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A total of 15 samples from the Lükati Formation was examined under the transmitted light and fluorescence microscopes. Four of these samples and the sample GGU from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland [for a detailed description see Vidal and Peel ()] were analyzed chemically. The sample Ko from Estonia was separated using fluorescence flow Cited by: The source of the Sirius Passet fauna is an outcrop of the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation, located near J. P. Koch Fjord in Peary Land, central North Greenland (Text-ﬁgs 1–2). It forms part of the Franklinian Basin succession of the Canadian Arctic Islands (Peel and Sønderholm, ); the intervalCited by: Preservation of a fragment of an arthropod from starved trough sediments of the Bøggild Fjord Formation (Ordovician, Floian) of Johannes V. Jensen Land in north Peary Land, North Greenland. Marine shelf siliciclastics of the early Cambrian Buen Formation of North Greenland have yielded the earliest abundant, well localised Bradoriida (Arthropoda) from the Laurentian part of North America: the shelf-dwelling Petrianna gen. nov. Petrianna apparently has a fairly rigid, phosphatic shell. Its assignment to the Cambriidae, a family markedly dissimilar morphologically from the phosphatocopines Cited by:
The morphology and phylogenetic significance of Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Budd (Buen Formation, Lower Cambrian, N Greenland) Specimens of Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Budd are described, from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna of N by: Blaker, M.R. () A new genus of nevadiid trilobite from the Buen Formation (Early Cambrian) of Peary Land, central North Greenland. Rapport Grønlands geologiske Undersøgelse, , Cited by: Buen Formation (Greenland) The Buen Formation is a geologic formation in the north of Greenland. The shale preserves fossils dating back to the Early Cambrian period (Atdabanian in the local timescale, about to Ma).Coordinates: 83°06′N 33°48′W / °N . Vidal, G. and Peel, J. S. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland. Grønlands geologiske Undersøgelse Bulletin, , Moczydlowska, M. and Vidal, G. Lower and Middle Cambrian acritarch-based biozonation of the Baltic Syneclise and adjacent areas (East European Platform)-a few remarks.
Additional chemical analyses of microfossils from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation of North Greenland confirmed the presence of the dinoflagellate-related biomarkers at a second Early Cambrian. Acritarch biostratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian and the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary in southeastern Poland. Fossils and Strata 1 – Moczydłowska, by: Articulated halkieriids from the Lower Cambrian of of North Greenland and their role in early protostome evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 35 (4): J.S. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Bulletin Cited by: Vidal, G., and Peel, J. S., , Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland, Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse Bulletin 1– Google Scholar Vidal, G., and Siedlecka, A., , Planktonic, acid-resistant microfossils from the Upper Proterozoic strata of the Barents Sea region of Varanger Peninsula, East Cited by: