mehdi_hadi_s at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 1 11:15:18 GMT 2014
I am looking for to find the fallowing papers. So, I would like and hope that someone might have a PDF file send to me.
Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. (1975) Sediment structures produced by a spatangoid echinoid: a problem of preservation. Bull. Geol. Soc. Denmark, 24, 261–281.
KANAZAWA, K., 1995, How spatangoids produce their traces: relationship between burrowing mechanism and trace structure: Lethaia, v. 28, p. 211–219.
THAYER, C.W., 1983, Sediment-mediated biological disturbance and the evolution of marine benthos, in Tevesz, M.J.S., and McCall, P.L., eds., Biotic Interactions in Recent and Fossil Benthic Communities: New York, Plenum Press, p. 479–625.
TIPPER, J.C., 1983, Rates of sedimentation, and stratigraphical completeness: Nature, v. 302, p. 696–698.
TEDESCO, L.P., AND WANLESS, H.R., 1990, Role of burrow excavation and infilling in creating the preserved depositional fabric of the core facies of modern and Paleozoic mud mounds [Abstract]: 13th International Association of Sedimentologists Annual Meeting, Nottingham, England, Abstracts, Posters, p. 214 .
TEDESCO, L.P., AND WANLESS, H.R., 1991, Generation of sedimentary fabrics and facies by repetitive excavation and storm infilling of burrow networks, Holocene of South Florida and Caicos Platform, B.W.I.: Palaios, v. 6, p. 326–343.
TEDESCO, L.P., AND WANLESS, H.R., 1995, Growth and burrow-transformation of carbonate banks: comparison of modern skeletal banks of south Florida and
Pennsylvanian phylloid banks of south-eastern Kansas, USA: International Association of Sedimentologists, Special Publication 23, p. 495–521.
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