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The silurian succession of the oslo region: geological survey of norway. [David et al. Worsley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. David et al. Worsley: : Books.

The Silurian Succession of the Oslo Region,Paleontological Contributions, Number 93 pages with 21 figures. et al. Worsley] on *FREE* shipping on Author: D. et al. Worsley. THE LLANDOVERY SUCCESSION [LOWER SILURIAN] OF THE CENTRAL OSLO REGION.

[B Gudveig. Baarli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : B Gudveig. Baarli. Silurian succession of the Oslo Region; this work was impressive, not least because of its advanced interpretations of regional facies patterns and its impact was such that it has since been accepted as the definitive work on this part of the Lower Palaeozoic sequence.

Get this from a library. The Ordovician successions of the Oslo region, Norway. [Alan W Owen;] -- This study subdivides the Ordovician successions of the Oslo region of southern Norway in terms of a modern lithostratigraphic scheme.

The Ringerike Group is a terrigenous succession of Upper Silurian sediments that outcrops in a number of areas within the Oslo Region of southern Norway. Buy THE SILURIAN SUCCESSION OF THE OSLO REGION: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NORWAY. by David et al. Worsley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David et al.

Worsley. Owen ( p) originally defined the SKØYEN Sandstone as a dominantly arenaceous formation which extends up into the lowest Silurian.

In their revision of the Silurian successions of the Oslo Region, Worsley et al. (, p) argued that the upper part of the SKØYEN Sandstone may be ascribed to their lower Llandovery Sælabonn Formation. The Ringerike Group is a terrigenous succession of Upper Silurian sediments that outcrops in a number of areas within the Oslo Region of sout- hern Norway.

Despite being the focus of a number of studies in the past, the stratigraphic relationships between different outcrop areas are still poorly understood. the pentameracea of the oslo region being a description of the klÆr collection of pentamerids by j.

jo se ph with 23 figures in the text and 8 plates contents. p age pre face. INTRODUCTION The marine Silurian succession of the Oslo Region is subdivided into 13 forma- tions, only one of which, the Rytterhker Formation (Middle Llandovery), extends over the whole region (Worsley et al., ).

This paper is part of a sedimentological study of this limestone unit and focusses on local and regional sea level by: The Llandovery Series of the Oslo Region,Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy, 38 pages with illustrations. Paperback – January 1, by D. et al. Worsley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: D.

et al. Worsley. This places the Oslo Region at least km from an undeformed western continental mar- gin. In mid-Ordovician time, a gentle east sloping basinal gradient developed across the region (Ramberg and Spjeldnees, ). This slope was also Cited by: 9.

The generally gentle deformational style, characterized by large open folds as displayed in the study area, is consistent with the general structural style in the upper Cambro-Silurian succession in the Oslo Region (Morley a). Back-thrusts are however the most dominant of the exposed thrust faults in the study area.

On the basis of detailed bathymetric analyses, the Lower and Middle Llandovery succession of the Oslo Region shows signs of a transitory uplift which. NORGES GEOLOGISKE UNDERSOKELSE BULLETIN THE SILURIAN SUCCESSION OF THE OSLO REGION. (SIGNED). [David et al.

Worsley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : David et al. Worsley. The Silurian of the Oslo Region was reviewed by Worsley et al.

() and, again, the lowest Silurian of Oslo-Asker is the most fully documented. The Telychian succession in the central Oslo region was previously interpreted as deposited in a relatively deep, calm environment showing a continuous transgressive development.

A new analysis of fossil assemblages shows that sediments in the central districts were deposited at varying water depths in an environment marked by intense infaunal activity in soft by: 7.

Oslo Region but almost none of this is preserved. Sailing in the sounds between the islands we get very good cross sections illustrating the tectonic style of the Caledonian folding. The Oslo rift is a part of the Carboniferous and Permian rift system which are found in File Size: KB.

ȣ) The Silurian succession of the Oslo Region. Nor. geol. unders. j The marine Silurian succession ofthe Oslo Region displays a great variety ofmixed clastic and carbonate lithofacies.

Maximum thicknesses (region in the Ringerike and Asker Size: 7MB. The marine Silurian succession on the Oslo Region is divided into the lower B~rum Group with the S~labonn, Rytter~ker, Vik and Bruflat Formations, and the upper Hole Group with the Braks~ya and Steinsfjorden Forma- tions (Fig.2).Cited by: The Silurian succession of the Oslo Region.

D. Worsley, N. Aarhus, +3 authors S. Olaussen; Geological Survey of Norway Bulle 57 pp. ; VIEW 17 EXCERPTS. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. The Lower Silurian graptolites of the Oslo region.

M.P.A. Howe; Paleontological Contributions from the University of OsloThe Lower Palaeozoic of southern Sweden and the Oslo Region, Norway.

Field Guide for the 3rd Annual Meeting of the IGCP project @inproceedings{CalnerTheLP, title={The Lower Palaeozoic of southern Sweden and the Oslo Region, Norway.