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Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences
ISSN 1736-7557 (Electronic)
ISSN 1736-4728 (Print)
Impact Factor (2020): 0.789

Vol 63, Issue 4, 2014

Preface.; pp. 187–188
Kathleen Histon
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Phylogenetic paleobiogeography of Late Ordovician Laurentian brachiopods; pp. 189–194
Alycia L. Stigall, Jennifer E. Bauer
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δ13C chemostratigraphy of the Middle and Upper Ordovician succession in the Tartu-453 drillcore, southern Estonia, and the significance of the HICE; pp. 195–200
Heikki Bauert, Leho Ainsaar, Kairi Põldsaar, Siim Sepp
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The Llandovery (Silurian) conodont species diversity on the Upper Yangtze Platform, South China; pp. 201–206
Zhongyang Chen, Junxuan Fan, Xudong Hou, Linli Lu
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The stratigraphic imprint of a mid-Telychian (Llandovery, Early Silurian) glaciation on far-field shallow-water carbonates, Anticosti Island, Eastern Canada; pp. 207–213
François Clayer, André Desrochers
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Composition and significance of the Katian (Upper Ordovician) conodont fauna of the Vaux Limestone (‘Calcaire des Vaux’) in Normandy, France; pp. 214–219
Annalisa Ferretti, Andrea Messori, Stig M. Bergström
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Carbon isotope chemostratigraphy of the Llandovery in northern peri-Gondwana: new data from the Barrandian area, Czech Republic; pp. 220–226
Jiří Frýda, Petr Štorch
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Ordovician graptolites from the basal part of the Palaeozoic transgressive sequence in the Karadere area, Zonguldak Terrane, NW Turkey; pp. 227–232
M. Cemal Göncüoglu, Valeri Sachanski, Juan Carlos Gutiérrez-Marco, Cengiz Okuyucu
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Centimetre-scale variability of redox-sensitive elements in Tremadocian black shales from the eastern Baltic Palaeobasin; pp. 233–239
Rutt Hints, Alvar Soesoo, Margus Voolma, Siim Tarros, Toivo Kallaste, Sigrid Hade
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Species-abundance models for brachiopods across the Ordovician–Silurian boundary of South China; pp. 240–243
Bing Huang, Renbin Zhan
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Traces of explosive volcanic eruptions in the Upper Ordovician of the Siberian Platform; pp. 244–250
Warren D. Huff, Andrei V. Dronov, Bryan Sell, Aleksandr V. Kanygin, Taras V. Gonta
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Provenance shift in Cambrian mid-Baltica: detrital zircon chronology of Ediacaran–Cambrian sandstones in Estonia; pp. 251–256
Heikki Bauert, Yukio Isozaki, Anne Põldvere, Hiroki Nakahata, Kazumasa Aoki, Shuhei Sakata, Takafumi Hirata
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Mean grain size fluctuations of the siliciclastic component in the Aizpute-41 core: implication for end-Ordovician glaciation; pp. 257–263
Enli Kiipli, Sven Siir, Toivo Kallaste, Tarmo Kiipli
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Geochemical discrimination of the Upper Ordovician Kinnekulle Bentonite in the Billegrav-2 drill core section, Bornholm, Denmark; pp. 264–270
Tarmo Kiipli, Toivo Kallaste, Arne T. Nielsen, Niels H. Schovsbo, Sven Siir
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The early Katian (Late Ordovician) reefs near Saku, northern Estonia and the age of the Saku Member, Vasalemma Formation; pp. 271–276
Björn Kröger, Linda Hints, Oliver Lehnert, Peep Männik, Michael Joachimski
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δ13C chemostratigraphy in the upper Tremadocian through lower Katian (Ordovician) carbonate succession of the Siljan district, central Sweden; pp. 277–286
Oliver Lehnert, Guido Meinhold, Rongchang Wu, Mikael Calner, Michael M. Joachimski
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Aphanitic buildup from the onset of the Mulde Event (Homerian, middle Silurian) at Whitman’s Hill, Herefordshire, UK: ultrastructural insights into proposed microbial fabrics; pp. 287–292
Jan-Filip Päßler, Emilia Jarochowska, David C. Ray, Axel Munnecke, Graham Worton
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Upper Wenlock δ13C chemostratigraphy, conodont biostratigraphy and palaeoecological dynamics in the Ledai-179 drill core (Eastern Lithuania); pp. 293–299
Sigitas Radzevičius, Andrej Spiridonov, Antanas Brazauskas, Audrius Norkus, Tõnu Meidla, Leho Ainsaar
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New data on acritarchs from the Upper Ordovician of the Tungus basin, Siberian Platform; pp. 300–304
Elena Raevskaya, Andrei V. Dronov
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Revision of the conodont zonation of the Wenlock–Ludlow boundary in the Prague Synform; pp. 305–311
Ladislav Slavík
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The Digital Atlas of Ordovician Life: digitizing and mobilizing data for paleontologists and the public; pp. 312–316
Alycia L. Stigall, Jennifer E. Bauer, Hannah-Maria R. Brame
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A swollen crinoid pluricolumnal from the Upper Ordovician of northern Kentucky, USA: the oldest record of an amorphous paleopathologic response in Crinoidea?; pp. 317–322
James R. Thomka, Thomas J. Malgieri, Carlton E. Brett
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Darriwilian Saucrorthis Fauna: implications for the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE); pp. 323–328
Renbin Zhan, Xiaocong Luan, Bing Huang, Yan Liang, Guangxu Wang, Yi Wang
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Reconstruction of the mid-Hirnantian palaeotopography in the Upper Yangtze region, South China; pp. 329–334
Linna Zhang, Junxuan Fan, Qing Chen, Shuang-Ye Wu
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