Recently published Ordovician (and related) research

Selected publications from 2008-2012 (included in Ordovician News No 29 and 30):

  • Abre, P., Cingolani, C.A., Cairncross, B. & Chemale, F. Jr. 2012. Siliciclastic Ordovician to Silurian units of the Argentine Precordillera: constraints on provenance and tectonic setting in the proto-Andean margin of Gondwana. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 40, 1-22.
  • Aceñolaza, G., Aceñolaza, F. & Heredia, S. 2008. Trazas fósiles de la Formación Alto del Cóndor en su localidad tipo, Los Colorados, Jujuy. XVII Congreso Geológico Argentino, Jujuy. Actas 1: 333-334.
  • Aceñolaza, G., Fogliata, A., Nieva, S.M. & Mas, G. 2008. Los nódulos fosfáticos en el Ordovícico de la Sierra de Zenta (Sistema Interandino de las Provincias de Jujuy y Salta): caracteres geoquímicos y ambientes de depositación. XVII Congreso Geológico Argentino, Jujuy. Actas 1: 335-336.
  • Aceñolaza, G.F. & Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C. 2010. Icnoestratigrafía de Cruziana (traza fósil) en el Ordovícico de Sudamérica y sus registros en el Perú y Colombia. XV Congreso Peruano de Geología, Cusco. 189-192.
  • Aceñolaza, G.F. & Heredia S. 2008. The status of the Cruziana (trilobite trace fossil) stratigraphy in Western Gondwana: The mixing of Lower and Upper Ordovician Elements in the Central Andean Basin of South America. In: I. Rábano, R. Gozalo & D. García Bellido (Eds.) Advances in Trilobite Research. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 9, 13-17. Madrid.
  • Aceñolaza, G.F., Sá, A.A. & Gutiérrez-Marco J.C. 2008. Cruziana yini Yang, A peri-Gondwanan trilobite trace with new records in the Ordovician of South America and Iberia. In: I. Rábano, R. Gozalo & D. García Bellido (Eds.) Advances in Trilobite Research. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 9, 19-26. Madrid.
  • Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y, Liu, J. & Cao, J. 2011. Lower Ordovician stromatolites from the Anhui Province of South China: construction and geobiological significance. In: Advances in Stromatolite Geobiology. Reitner, J., Quéric, N.-V., Arp, G. (eds.), Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences (Springer) 131, 443-452.
  • Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y. & Liu J. 2012. The oldest bryozoan reefs: a unique Early Ordovician skeletal framework construction. Lethaia 45(1), 14-23.
  • Adachi, N., Ezaki, Y. & Liu, J. 2011. Early Ordovician shift in reef construction from microbial to metazoan reefs. Palaios 26, 106-114.
  • Adachi, N., Liu, J. & Ezaki, Y. 2012. Early Ordovician stromatoporoid Pulchrilamina spinosa from South China: Geobiological significance and implications for the early development of skeletal-dominated reefs. Paleontological Research 16(1), 59-69.
  • Adrain, J., McAdams, N.E.B. & Westrop, S.R. 2011. Affinities of the Lower Ordovician (Tulean; lower Floian) trilobite Gladiatoria, with species from the Great Basin, western United States. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 42, 321-367.
  • Adrain, J.M. & McAdams, N.E.B. 2012. The Lower Ordovician (upper Floian) bathyurid trilobite Aponileus Hu, with species from Utah, Texas, and Greenland. Zootaxa, 3293, 1–67.
  • Adrain, J.M. 2011. Class Trilobita Walch, 1771. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.), Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness. Zootaxa 3148, 104-109.
  • Adrain, J.M., McAdams, N.E.B. & Karim, T.S. 2012. The Middle Ordovician bathyurid trilobite Pseudoolenoides, with a revised trilobite biostratigraphy of the Dapingian and lower Darriwilian of western Laurentia. Zootaxa, 3467, 1–97.
  • Adrain, J.M., McAdams, N.E.B. & Westrop, S.R. 2009. Trilobite biostratigraphy and revised bases of the Tulean and Blackhillsian Stages of the Ibexian Series, Lower Ordovician, western United States. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 37, 541-610.
  • Adrain, J.M., McAdams, N.E.B., Westrop, S.R. & Karim, T.S. 2011. Systematics and affinity of the Lower Ordovician (Tulean; lower Floian) trilobite Psalikilopsis. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 42, 369-416.
  • Aitchison, J.C. & Buckman, S. 2012. Accordion vs. quantum tectonics: Insights into continental growth processes from the Paleozoic of eastern Gondwana. Gondwana Research 22, 674–680.
  • Albanesi, G.L., Ortega, G., Monaldi, C.R. & Zeballo, F.J. 2011. Conodontes y graptolitos del Tremadociano tardío de la sierra de Zenta, Cordillera Oriental de Jujuy, Argentina. Ameghiniana 48, 242-263.
  • Alfaro, M.B., Uriz, N.J., Cingolani, C.A., Tortello, F., Bidone, A.R. & Galeano Inchausti J.C. 2012. Graptolites and trilobites from the Eusebio Ayala Formation (Hirnantian?–early Llandovery), Paraná Basin, Eastern Paraguay. Geological Journal. DOI: 10.1002/gj.2448
  • Antoshkina A.I. 2011. Genetic types of carbonate psephytolithes in Lower Paleozoic in the north of the Urals: I. Composition and structure. J. Lithosphera 2, 31-41 (in Russian).
  • Antoshkina A.I. 2011. Genetic types of carbonate psephytolithes in Lower Paleozoic in the north of the Urals: II. Types, models and properties of formation. J. Lithosphera 3, 39-49 (in Russian).
  • Antoshkina A.I. 2011. Lower Paleozoic reef formation in the north of the Urals as an example of its interrelation with geo-biospheric changes; pp. 116-141, in: S.V. Rozhnov (Ed.) Reefogenous formations and reefs in biosphere evolution. Moscow: Paleontological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (in Russian). http://www.paleo.ru/institute/files/rif.pdf
  • Antoshkina, A.I. 2012. Reflection of the Hirnantian phase of the Gondwanan glaciation in deposits of the Subpolar Urals, p. 18-20 In A.I. Zhamoida (ed.) Palaeozoic of Russia: regional stratigraphy, paleontology, geo- and bioevents: Proceedings volume of the III-th All-Russian Meeting, September 24-28, 2012, St-Petersburg: SPb: VSEGEI. (in Russian).
  • Aráoz, L., Aceñolaza, G., Vergel, M.del M., Heredia, S., Tortello, M.F. & Milana, J.P. 2008.  El Ordovícico del sector central de la Sierra de Zenta (Sistema Interandino de las Provincias de Jujuy y Salta): Cronoestratigrafía y correlación. XVII Congreso Geológico Argentino, Jujuy. Actas 1: 339-340.
  • Baliński, A., Sun, Y. & Dzik, J. 2012. 470-million-year-old black corals from China. Naturwissenschaften 99, 645-653.
  • Balseiro, D. & Waisfeld, B.G. 2012. Ecological instability in Upper Cambrian–Lower Ordovician trilobite communities. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 370, 64-76.
  • Balseiro, D., Waisfeld, B.G. & Vaccari, N.E. 2011. Paleoecological dynamics of Furongian (Late Cambrian) trilobite dominated communities from the Northwestern Argentina. Palaios 26, 484-499.
  • Balthasar, U., Cusack, M., Faryma, L., Chung, P., Holmer, L.E., Jin, J., Percival, I.G., & Popov, L.E. 2011. Relic aragonite from Ordovician-Silurian brachiopods: implications for the evolution of calcification. Geology 39(10), 967–970. doi:10.1130/G32269.1
  • Bassett, M.G., Ghobadi Pour, M., Popov, L.E. & Kebria-ee Zadeh, M.R. 2013. First report of craniide brachiopods in the Palaeozoic of Iran (Pseudocrania, Ordovician), and Early – Mid Ordovician biogeography of the Craniida. Palaeontology 56(1), 209–216.
  • Bauer, J. 2012. Evolution and diversification of conodonts preserved in peritidal deposits, Simpson Group (Ordovician), southern Oklahoma. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 44(5), p. 1.
  • Bauer, J.A., 2010. Conodonts and Conodont Biostratigraphy of the Joins and Oil Creek Formations, Arbuckle Mountains, South-central Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geological Survey, Bulletin 150, 44 p.
  • Bellian, J.A., Kerans, C. & Repetski, J.E. 2012 [issued 2013]. Digital outcrop model of stratigraphy and breccias of the southern Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas, in J.R. Derby, R.D. Fritz, S.A. Longacre, W.A. Morgan & C.A. Sternbach (eds.), The Great American Carbonate Bank: The geology and economic resources of the Cambrian-Ordovician Sauk megasequence of Laurentia. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 98, 909–939 and 397a–402a.
  • Benedetto, J.L. (in press 2012). Gatosella, a new basal plectambonitoid brachiopod with undercut cardinal process from Mid Ordovician limestones of the Precordillera terrane, Argentina. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology.
  • Benedetto, J.L., Sánchez, T., Carrera, M.G., Halpern, K. & Bertero V. 2011. Faunal shifts and Climatic changesin the Upper Ordovician of South America (Western Gondwana). In: Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 55-60. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Beresi M.S. 2011. Discovery of Silurian sponge spicules from the Argentine Precordillera. Geological Journal. (published online: 6 Dec 2011-  DOI: 10.1002/gj.1334)
  • Beresi, M, S., Cabaleri, N. G.,  Buitrón Sánchez B.E., Rodriguez M.C., Heredia S.E. & Tortello, F. (in press 2012). Microfacies, biota y paleoambientes sedimentarios  del Ordovícico temprano a medio del Cerro Salazar, Sonora Central, México. Revista Mexicana de Geología.
  • Beresi, M.S., Cabaleri, N.G.,  Buitrón Sánchez, B.E., Rodriguez M.C., Heredia S.E., & Tortello, F. 2012. Microfacies, biota y paleoambientes sedimentarios del Ordovícico temprano a medio del Cerro Salazar, Sonora Central, México. Revista Mexicana de Geología 29 (2):330-345.
  • Bergström, S.M., Calner, M., Lehnert, O. & Noor, A. 2011. A new upper Middle Ordovician-Lower Silurian drillcore standard succession from Borenshult in
    Östergötland, southern Sweden: 1. Stratigraphical review and regional comparisons. GFF 133, 149-171.
  • Bergström, S.M., Kleffner, M., Schmitz, B. & Cramer, B.D. 2011. Revision
    of the position of the Ordovician-Silurian boundary in southern Ontario: regional chronostratigraphic implications of the δ13C chemostratigraphy of the Manitoulin Formation and associated strata. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 48, 1447-1470.
  • Beznosova, T., Majdl’, T., Männik, P. & Martma, T. 2011. The Ordovician–Silurian boundary on the western slope of Subpolar Urals. Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 19(4), 385-403.
  • Bogolepova, O.K., Gubanov, A.P. & Paris, F. 2013 (in press). Early Silurian chitinozoans from Severnya Zemlya, Russian Arctic. GFF.
  • Brett, C.E., 2012. Coordinated stasis reconsidered: A perspective at fifteen years. In Talent, J. (ed.), Global Biodiversity, Extinction Intervals and Biogeographic Perturbations through Time. Springer, Heidelberg, London, New York, p. 23-36.
  • Brett, C.E., Allison, P.A. & Hendy, A.J.W., 2011. Comparative taphonomy and sedimentology of small-scale mixed carbonate/siliciclastic cycles: Synopsis of Phanerozoic examples. In: Allison, P.A. & Bottjer, D.J., eds., Taphonomy: Process and Bias through Time. Springer Verlag.
  • Brett, C.E., Cramer, B.D., Datillo, B. F., McLaughlin, P.I., Schramm, T.J. & Thomka, J.R. 2012. Middle Paleozoic Sequence Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Cincinnati Arch. In Brett, C.E., Cramer, B.D. & Gerke, T. L. (eds.) Part 2. Northern Kentucky and SE Indiana. International Geoscience Programme (IGCP) Project 2nd Annual Meeting and 1st Foerste Symposium, Guidebook, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 94 pp.
  • Brett, C.E., McLaughlin, P.I., Histon, K., Schindler, E. & Ferretti, A. 2012. Time-specific aspects of facies: State of the art, examples, and possible causes. In: Ferretti, A., Histon, K., McLaughlin, P.I. & Brett, C.E. (Eds), Time-specific facies: the colour and texture of biotic events. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol. 367-368: 327-339, Amsterdam.
  • Brett, C.E., McLaughlin, P.I., Schramm, T.J., Sullivan, N.B. & Thomka, J.R. 2012. Middle Paleozoic Sequence Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Cincinnati Arch. In Brett, C.E., Cramer, B.D. & Gerke, T. L. (eds.) Part 1. Central Kentucky and Southern Ohio. International Geoscience Programme (IGCP) Project 2nd Annual Meeting and 1st Foerste Symposium, Guidebook, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. 160 pp.
  • Brett, C.E., Schramm, T., Dattilo, B. & Marshall, N.T. 2012. Upper Ordovician in Southern Ohio-Indiana: Shales, shell beds, storms, sediment starvation, and cycles. GSA North-Central Section Meeting. Field Guide 28: 1-79.
  • Brett, C.E., Smrecak, T., Parsons Hubbard, K.M. & Walker, S.E., 2012. Marine sclerobiofacies: Encrusting communities on shells through time and space. In Talent, J. (ed.), Global Biodiversity, Extinction Intervals and Biogeographic Perturbations through Time. Springer, Heidelberg, London, New York, 128-158.
  • Brett, C.E., Zambito, J.J., Hunda, B. & Schindler, E. 2012. Mid-Paleozoic trilobite Lagerstätten: Models of diagenetically enhanced obrution deposits. Palaios 27, 326-345.
  • Brezinski, D.K., Taylor, J.F. & Repetski, J.E. (in press). Sequential development of platform to off-platform facies of the Great American Carbonate Bank in the central Appalachians. In: Derby, J.R., Fritz, R., Longacre, S.A., Morgan, W. & Sternbach, C. (eds.) The Great American Carbonate Bank: The geology and petroleum potential of the Cambro-Ordovician Sauk Sequence of Laurentia. AAPG Memoir 98.
  • Brezinski, D.K., Taylor, J.F. & Repetski, J.E. 2012 [issued 2013]. Sequential development of platform to off-platform facies of the great American carbonate bank in the central Appalachians, in J.R. Derby, R.D. Fritz, S.A. Longacre, W.A. Morgan & C.A. Sternbach (eds.), The Great American Carbonate Bank: The geology and economic resources of the Cambrian-Ordovician Sauk megasequence of Laurentia. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 98, 383–420 and 241a–244a.
  • Bruton, D.L., Finney, S.C. & Percival, I.G. 2011. Ordovician of Iberia – report on the 11th International Symposium on the Ordovician System. Episodes 34, 270-273.
  • Budil, P., Fatka, O., Kolar, P. & David, M. 2011. Arthrorhachis Hawle & Corda, 1847 (Agnostida) in the Prague Basin (Barrandian area, Czech Republic) revisited. Bulletin of Geosciences 85(4), 707–724. http://www.geology.cz/bulletin/fulltext/1262_Budil.pdf
  • Budil, P., Fatka, O., Mergl, M. & Bokr, P. 2012. Nekolik poznámek k funkcni morfologii remopleuridnich a ellipsotaphridnich trilobitu prazske pánve (Several notes to the functional morphology of remopleurid and ellipsotaphrid trilobites of the Prague Basin). Geoscience Research Reports for 2011, 102–106. (in Czech) http://www.geology.cz/zpravy/obsah/2011/zpravy_2011-22.pdf
  • Budil, P., Fatka, O., Mergl, M. & David, M. 2011. Trilobite biostratigraphy of the Kraluv Dvur Formation (upper Katian, Prague Basin, Czech Republic): global faunal changes or facies-related distribution? Geologické výzkumy na Moravě a ve Slezsku, 4–10. http://www.sci.muni.cz/gap/casop/r2011_1/04_budil11.pdf
  • Buggisch, W., Joachimski, M.M., Lehnert, Oliver, Bergström, S.M. & Repetski, J.E. 2011. Did intense volcanism trigger the first Late Ordovician icehouse? – Reply: Geology 39, p. 238.
  • Bukolova, E.V. 2012. The graptolite Expansograptus hirundo zone in the Gorny Altai sections. The 6th International Siberian Early Career GeoScientists Conference: Proceedings of the Conference (9-23 June 2012, Novosibirsk, Russia). IGM, IPGG SB RAS & NSU: Novosibirsk, p.179.
  • Candela, Y. & Davidson, P. 2011. La place de la géologie à la réouverture du National Museum of Scotland, Edimbourg. Journal de l’ APF 60, 56-60.
  • Candela, Y. & Davidson, P. 2011. New geology exhibits in the redeveloped National Museum of Scotland. The Edinburgh Geologist 50, 8-14.
  • Candela, Y. 2011. A systematic revision of the Ordovician plectambonitoidean brachiopods Chonetoidea and Sericoidea. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 9(4), 499-522.
  • Candela, Y. 2011. Phylogenetic relationships of leptellinid brachiopods. Alcheringa 35, 413-426.
  • Carlorosi, J., Heredia, S. & Aceñolaza, G.2011. Ordovician conodonts from the Devendeus Formation at the Angosto de La Quesera (Cordillera Oriental de Salta): Taxonomic considerations and biostratigraphic meaning. Geologica Acta 9(2), 1-19.
  • Carlorosi, J., Heredia, S., Sarmiento, G.N. & Moya, C. 2011. Reworked Conodonts in the Upper Ordovician Santa Gertrudis Formation (Salta, Argentina). In: Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 83-87. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Carlucci, J., Westrop, S.R., Amati, L., Adrain, J.M. & Swisher, R.E. 2012. A systematic revision of the Upper Ordovician trilobite genus Bumastoides (Trilobita: Illaenidae) with new species from Oklahoma, Virginia, and Missouri. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 10, 679–723.
  • Carrera, M.G, Montoya, E., Rustan, J. & Halpern K. (in press). Silurian-Devonian coral associations across a sequence stratigraphic boundary in the Argentine Precordillera. Geological Journal. DOI: 10.1002/gj.1332
  • Carrera, M.G. & Halpern K. 2011. A post-glacial bryozoan fauna from the Upper Ordovician (Hirnantian) of the Argentine Precordillera. In: Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 89-94. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Cen Shen, Aldridge, R.J., Williams, M., Vandenbroucke, T.R.A. & Xi-guang Zhang. 2013. The earliest chitinozoans discovered in the Cambrian Duyun fauna of China. Geology 41(2), 191–194. doi: 10.1130/G33763.1.
  • Chen X., Zhang, Y.D., Li, Y., Fan, J.X., Tang, P., Chen, Q. & Zhang, Y.Y. 2012. Biostratigraphic correlation of the Ordovician black shales in Tarim Basin and its peripheral regions. Science China (Earth Sciences) 55(8), 1230–1237.
  • Chen, P., Jin, J. & Lenz, A.C. 2012. Palaeoecology of transported brachiopod assemblages embedded in black shale, Cape Phillips Formation (Silurian), Arctic Canada. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 367/368, 104-120.
  • Chen, X., Bergstrom, S.M., Goldman, D., Chen, Q. & Zhang, Y. 2011. Upper Ordovician (Sandbian-Katian) graptolite and conodont biozonation in the Yangtze Region, China. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 101, 1-24.
  • Chen, X., Zhang, Y.D., Fan, J.X., Tang, L. & Sun, H.Q. 2012. Onset of the Kwangsian Orogeny as evidenced by biofacies and lithofacies. Science China (Earth Sciences) 55(10), 1592–1600.
  • Cocks, L.R.M. (ed.). 2012. British Palaeozoic Fossils. 5th edition. The Natural History Museum, London. 1-168, 69 pls.
  • Cocks, L.R.M. & Torsvik, T.H. 2011. Global Silurian palaeogeography: answers and questions. Siluria revisited: programme and abstracts, Ludlow, 13.
  • Cocks, L.R.M. & Torsvik, T.H. 2011. The Palaeozoic geography of Laurentia: a stable craton with mobile margins. Earth-Science Reviews 106, 1-51.
  • Cocks, L.R.M. 2011. There’s no place like home: Cambrian to Devonian brachiopods crtically useful for analysing palaeogeography. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 41, 135-148.
  • Copper, P. & Jin, J. 2012. Early Silurian (Aeronian) East Point coral patch reefs of Anticosti Island, Eastern Canada: first reef recovery from the Ordovician/Silurian mass extinction in Eastern Laurentia. Geosciences 2, 64–89. [doi:10.3390/geosciences2020064]
  • Copper, P. 2011. 100 million years of reef prosperity and collapse: Ordovician to Devonian interval. In Stanley, G.D. (ed.) Corals and reefs: crises, collapse and change. The Paleontological Society Papers 17, 15-32.
  • Copper, P. 2011. 100 million years of reef prosperity and collapse: Ordovician to Devonian interval. In: Stanley, G.D. (ed.) Corals and reef crises, collapse and change. Paleontological Society Papers 17, 1-18.
  • Copper, P., Jin, J. & Desrochers, A. [in press] The Ordovician-Silurian boundary (late Katian-Hirnantian) of western Anticosti Island, E Canada: revised stratigraphy and benthic faunal correlations. Stratigraphy v.46.
  • Copper, P., Long, D.G.F. & Jin, J. 2012. The Early Silurian Gun River Formation of Anticosti Island, eastern Canada: A key section for the mid-Llandovery of North America. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 45(3), 263–280. [doi:10.1127/0076-0421/2012/0024]
  • Copper, P., Nestor, H. & Stock, C.W. 2011. Distal effects of glacially forced Late Ordovician mass extinction son the tropical carbonate platform of Laurentia: stromatoporoid losses and recovery at a time of stress, Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. In: Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 109-111. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Copper, P., Nestor, H. & Stock, C.W., 2011. Distal effects of glacially forced Late Ordovician mass extinctions on the tropical carbonate platform of Laurentia: stromatoporoid losses and recovery at a time of stress, Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. In Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 109-111. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Copper, P., Stock, C.W. & Jin, J. [in press for July 2013]. Quasiaulacera, a new Hirnantian (Late Ordovician) aulaceratid stromatoporoid genus from Anticosti Island, Canada. Journal of Paleontology 87.
  • Couto H. & Lourenço, A. 2011. Late Ordovician glacial deposits in Valongo Anticline (Northern Portugal): a revision of the Sobrido Formation and a contribution to the knowledge of ice-marginal locations. In: Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & García-Bellido, D. (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 113-118. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid.
  • Couto, H. & Lourenço, A. 2011. Late Ordovician to Lower Silurian transition in Valongo Anticline (Northern Portugal): Evidences of an erosional unconformity previous to the Silurian sea level rise. Mineralogical Magazine 75(3), Goldschmidt Abstracts. 07c/2013/Mo p. 701.
  • Couto, H. & Möelo, Y. 2011. Lower Ordovician oolitic ironstones of Valongo Anticline (Dúrico-Beirã area, Portugal) and of Châteaubriant Anticline (Armorican Massif, France): a comparative study. 11th Biennial Meeting SGA 2011. Let’s talk ore deposits, 26-29th September 2011 Antofagasta, Chile. Proceedings volume, pp 769-771.
  • Couto, H. 2011. Montalto Formation: A Middle Cambrian to basal Ordovician sequence in Dúrico-Beirã area (Northern Portugal). Mineralogical Magazine 75(3), Goldschmidt Abstracts. 07c/2014/Mo p. 700.
  • Couto, H., Knight, J. & Lourenço, A. (in press 2013). Late Ordovician ice-marginal processes and sea-level change from the north Gondwana platform: Evidence from the Valongo Anticline (northern Portugal). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.
  • Couto, H., Valério, M. & Neto de Carvalho, C. 2012. Geoconservation in the Ordovician of Portugal: Valongo Palaeozoic Park, Geological Interpretation Center of Canelas and Penha Garcia ichnological park. Proceedings of the 11th European Geoparks Conference (A. Sá, D. Rocha, A. Paz, V. Correia, eds.) Arouca Geopark, Portugal. p.85-86.
  • Cramer, B.D., Brett, C.E., Melchin, M.J., Männik, P., Kleffner, M.A., McLaughlin, P.I., Loydell, D.K., Munnecke, A., Jeppsson, L., Corradini, C., Brunton, F.R. & Saltzman, M.R. 2011. Revised correlation of Silurian Provincial Series of North America with global and regional chronostratigraphic units and δ13C-carb chemostratigraphy. Lethaia 44, 185-202.
  • Cramer, B.D., Munnecke, A., Schofield, D.I., Haase, K.M. & Haase-Schramm, A. 2011. A revised 87Sr/86Sr curve for the Silurian: Implications for global ocean chemistry and the Silurian timescale. The Journal of Geology 119, 335-349.
  • Cuerda, A.J.*, Alfaro, M.B., Cingolani, C.A., Campaña, M., 2012. Catálogo de Graptolitos estudiados en la División Geología del Museo de La Plata (1965-2011). Miscelánea 19, Instituto Superior de Correlación Geológica (INSUGEO), 1-169. Tucumán, Argentina (*dedicated to the memory of Prof. A. Cuerda, deceased 2009).
  • Cuffey, R.J. & Zhu Zhongde. 2010. Yichang (central China) – the oldest-known bryozoan reefs (mid-Early Ordovician), and comparison with the next-oldest (Garden Island, New York/Vermont, early Middle Ordovician). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(1), 64.
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