This volume presents the proceedings of Symposium I "Stratigraphy" of the 30th International Geological Congress at Beijing. The proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Table of Contents
1. Multidisciplinary chronostratigraphy 2. Some constraints on the Phanerozoic time-scale 3. TBO-stratotype system and Non-Smith Stratigraphy 4. Sequencing, scaling and correlation of stratigraphic events 5. Sedimentation gaps in cyclic sequences 6. The application of RASC/CASC methods to quantitative biostratigraphic correlation of Neogene in Northern South China Sea 7. Application of high-resolution stratigraphic correlation approaches to fluvial reservoir 8. Carboniferous sequence stratigraphy and oil and gas in 9. Neoproterozoic acritarch biostratigraphy of China 10. Tremadoc trilobites from the Mungog Formation, Weongweol, Korea 11. Lower Silurian (Llandovery) rugose coral assemblage zones and their relation with the depositional sequence of Upper Yangtze region, China 12. Tethys- An archipelagic ocean model 13. An integrated chronostratigraphic scheme for the Permian System 14. High frequence glacio-eustasy and carbon isotope evolution of the Triticites Zone in South China 15. Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary in the neritic facies areas of South China from the view-point of integrative stratigraphy 16. Dicynodon and Late Permian Pangea 17. Correlation of the Permian-Triassic boundary in Arctic Canada and comparison with Meishan, China 18. Conodont sequences and their lineages in the Permian-Triassic boundary strata at the Meishan Section, South China 19. Late Paleozoic deep-water facies in Guangxi, South China and its tectonic implications 20. Morphological change of Late Permian Radiolaria as seen in pelagic chert sequences 21. Clastic rocks in Triassic bedded chert of the Mino terrane, Central Japan and the Samarka terrane, Sikhote-Alin, Russia 22. Holarctic fossil mammals and Paleogene Series boundaries 23. A candidate section for the Lower-Middle Pleistocene boundary (Apennine Foredeep, South Italy) 24. The Plio-Pleistocene diatom record from ODP Site 797 of the Japan Sea 25. Middle to Late Pleistocene shallow-marine sedimentary and faunal cycles correspond
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