|Reworked acritarchs as provenance indicators in the Lower Palaeozoic of Denmark|Vecoli, M.; Samuelsson, J. (2001). Reworked acritarchs as provenance indicators in the Lower Palaeozoic of Denmark. C. r. Acad. sci., Sér. 2, Sci. terre planètes 332(7): 465-471. dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1251-8050(01)01555-5
In: Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences. Série IIA. Sciences de la Terre et des Planètes = Earth and Planetary Science. Gauthiers-Villars: Paris. ISSN 1251-8050, more
acritarchs; Danish-North German Basin; foreland basin; Lower Silurian;Ordovician
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- Vecoli, M.
- Samuelsson, J.
Profuse and well-preserved acritarchs were recovered from subsurface Lower Palaeozoic successions cored by the boreholes Slagelse-1 and Pernille-1 (Danish-North German Basin). Together with Llandovery in situ microphytoplankton, reworked Cambrian and Ordovician species occur. The reworked Ordovician acritarchs show a clear Perigondwanan palaeobiogeographic affinity and indicate elastic sedimentary input from a Perigondwanan-related terrane located south of the East European Platform. Microfloral similarity enables identification of the detrital source area with the Avalonia Terrane. The present data also suggest that development of a foreland basin marginal to the Caledonian Deformation Front in the Danish-North German Basin started in Early Silurian times.