1 edition of upper Paleocene-lower Eocene of the upper Nile valley. found in the catalog.
upper Paleocene-lower Eocene of the upper Nile valley.
by Micropaleontology Press, American Museum of Natural History in New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Micropaleontology. Vol. 49 (Supplement 1)|
|Statement||Khaled Ouda and Marie-Pierre Aubry, editors.|
|Contributions||Ouda, Khaled., Aubry, Marie-Pierre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Wadi Abu Ghurra section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt). (). Zonation of Cretaceous to Pliocene marine sediments based on planktonic : Muhammad Hanif. Berggren, W. A. and K. Ouda (). "Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Dababiya section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt)." Micropaleontology Berggren, W. A., K. Ouda, et al. (). "Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal. biostratigraphy of the Wadi Abu Ghurra section, Upper Nile.
Ouda Kh, Berggren WA, Saad K (). The Gebel Oweina and Kilabiya sections in the Idfu-Esna area, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt). In: Ouda K, Aubry MP, editors. The upper Paleocene–lower Eocene of the upper Nile Valley, Part 1, Stratigraphy: Micropaleontology 49(1) Perch-Nielsen K (). Cenozoic calcareous nannofossils. Berggren WA, Ouda Kh () Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Qreiya (Gebel Abu had) section, upper Nile Valley (Egypt). In: Ouda Kh, Aubry M-P(eds) The upper Paleocene-lower Eocene of the upper Nile Valley Cited by: 3.
Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and environmental history of the Upper Nile Valley (Egypt). Fifth conference on Climate and Biota of the Early Paleogene (CBEP-V), Feb. , , Luxor, Egypt, Abstract Book Page B Upper Nile (state), a state of South Sudan Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name.
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In the upper Nile Valley, from Idfu below the First Cataracts for kilometers downstream to the vicinity of Qena, uppermost Cretaceous and lower Paleogene neritic to bathyal marine sedi. The Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene of the Upper Nile Valley: Part 1, Stratigraphy - Introduction Article in Micropaleontology II-IV January with 22.
Cenozoic lower Eocene Eocene Egypt Esna Shale Paleocene Paleogene North Africa microfossils Nile Valley Protista Africa Foraminifera Invertebrata Tertiary upper Paleocene You do not currently have access to this by: Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Dababiya section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt) Article (PDF Available) in Micropaleontology 49(1).
The Dababiya Quarry offers remarkable three-dimensional exposures of the Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene succession in the Nile Valley which comprises the Tarawan Chalk, the Esna Shale and the Thebes.
Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Qreiya (Gebel Abu Had) section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt). January Micropaleontology 49(1) We describe the lithostratigraphy and planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the upper Paleocene- lowermost Eocene (Zones P4a-P5c) stratigraphic section exposed in a neritic/shelf carbonate setting at Wadi Abu Ghurra in the southern part of the Upper Nile by: Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene calcareous nannofossil stratigraphy at the Misheiti Section, Central Sinai, Egypt Gurnah, Nile Valley, Egypt.
This formation was assigned to the Ypresian. About m of hard white, chalky limestone with chert bands and nodules in the lower part of the. Biostratigraphic correlation of the Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene succession in the Upper Nile Valley: A synthesis: Khaled Ouda and William A. Berggren. Subdivisions.
The Eocene epoch is conventionally divided into early, middle, and late subdivisions. The corresponding rocks are referred to as lower, middle, and upper Eocene. The Ypresian stage constitutes the lower, the Priabonian stage the upper; and the Lutetian and Bartonian stages are united as the middle Eocene.
The Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene succession is well represented in the area by two main rock formations, the Tarawan Chalk and Esna Shale. The Tarawan Chalk/Formation (Awad and Ghobrial, ) outcrops west of the road, whereas the Esna Shale/Formation (Beadnell,Said, ) forms isolated hills east of by: 6.
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Ouda K, Aubry M-P () The Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene of the Upper Nile Valley: part I, stratigraphy. Micropaleontol Spec Publ 1– Ouda K, Berggren WA () Biostratigraphic correlation of the Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene succession in the Upper Nile Valley: a by: 2.
Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Dababiya section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt) Micropaleontology High resolution planktic foraminiferal biostratigraphy and correlation across the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary in the TethysCited by: Stratigraphic correlations of upper Paleocene-lower Eocene sections in the southern Nile Valley are correlated based on the most prominent events.
The biostratigraphy of the Tarawan Chalk and Esna Shale are correlated with the Integrated Magnetobiostratigraphic scale of Berggren et al. The vertical (stratigraphic) and lateral (geographic) changes in biota and depositional environments and their facies variants are examined over ~ km from the vicinity of Qena Cited by: The lower feet of the Atwell Gulch Member contains Paleocene plant and vertebrate fossils.
No fossils have been reported from the Molina or the upper part of the Atwell Gulch Member; however, the Shire Member contains middle early and late early Eocene vertebrate by: A peculiar lithology characterizes the upper Paleocene-lower Eocene succession in the southwestern portion of the Nile Val-ley.
This succession is well exposed along the main western scarp that flanks the southern part of the Nile Valley between Wadi Abu Ghurra, NW Kom Umbo and Sin E1 Kaddab SW of Aswan. Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Qreiya (Gebel Abu Had) section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt) William A.
Berggren1 and Khaled Ouda2 Department of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA e-mail: [email protected] over a century ago. A review of studies on the Paleocene-lower Eocene sedimentary record in the central and southern (upper) Nile Valley and the adjacent Eastern and Western Desert is pre-sented by Ouda (, Chapter 2, this volume).
The Paleocene/Eocene Boundary Working Group has been in-vestigating Paleocene/Eocene boundary sections for the past. The established zone could be also correlated with the upper part of Nummulites gizahensis and the lower part of Orbitolites complanatus zones that were recorded by Mansour et al.
() from the Middle Eocene of the Nile Valley and equivalent to the upper part of Nummulites cf. syricus zone that was recorded from north Eastern Desert by Author: Ibrahim M. Abd El-Gaied, Gamal M. Attia, Abd El-Aziz A. Mahmoud, Safaa Abu Bakr. W.A. Berggren, Kh OudaUpper Paleocene-Lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Qreiya (Gebel Abu Had) section, Upper Nile Valley (Egypt) Kh Ouda, M.-P.
Aubry (Eds.), The Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene of the Upper Nile Valley, Stratigraphy, Micropaleontology, vol. 49(1) (), pp. Cited by: 4.The suite of gebels that overlook the upper Nile Valley, from south of Esna up to Assiut, displays continuous exposures of Paleocene to lower Eocene epicontinental (neritic to upper bathyal) sediments (Said ) divided into formations (in stratigraphic order) of the Dakhla Shale (Said ), Tarawan.The Lower Eocene 3 Thebes Formation is one of the thickest (∼ m) and regionally extensive outcropping lithostratigraphic units of Egypt (Snavely et al.,Fig.
1).Extending from the Farafra Oasis in the west to Upper Egypt (mostly between Qena-Esna) and beyond to the Red Sea coast and the Sinai in the east (), it forms hills and plateaus that dominate the Egyptian Cited by: 8.