«Transversarius-Bank»

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Representation and status

Index
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CMYK Color
N/A
RGB color
R: 125 G: 125 B: 125
Rank
lithostratigraphic Bed
Validity
Unit is in Use
Status
incorrect name (though informally used)
SCS note
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SCS date
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Comment
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Nomenclature

German
«Transversarius-Bank»
French
«Banc à Transversarius»
Italian
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English
«Transversarius Bed»
Origin of the Name

Namengebendes Fossil (Ammonitenart): Gregoryceras transversarium (Quenstedt 1849)

Historical Variants
Transversariusschichten (Moesch ----, Seeber 1911), Transversarius-Schichten (Kayser 1902), Zone à Peltoceras transversarium = alpha = Effinger Schichten + Birmensdorfer Schichten (Haug 1911), banc glauconieux à Peltoceras transversarius = Transversarius-Bank (Theobald 1950)
Nomenclatorial Remarks
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Synonyms

Synonyms
Non-synonyms
Possible confusion

Description

Description
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Geomorphology
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Thickness
6 m (Moesch ----)

Components

Lithological content
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Mineral content
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Fossil content
  • ammonites
  • rhynchonellids
  • terebratulids

Hierarchy and succession

Superordinate unit
Subordinate units
Units at roof
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Units at floor
Lateral equivalents
Upper boundary
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Lower boundary
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Stratigraphic discussion
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Age

Age at top
middle Oxfordian
Note about top
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Age at base
middle Oxfordian
Note about base
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Dating method
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Geography

Geographical extent
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Type area
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Type locality
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Type profile
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Reference profiles
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Point of interest
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Paleogeography and tectonic

Paleogeography
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Kind of protolith
  • sedimentary
Conditions of formation
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Sequence
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Tectonic Unit (resp. main category)
Jura
  • Southern Germany
  • Black Forest
  • Meriodional Jura
Helvetic
  • Dauphinois
  • Western Helvetics
  • Central Helvetics
  • Eastern Helvetics
Metamorphism
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Metamorphic facies
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Note on metamorphism
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References

Definition
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Revision
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Important publications
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Material and varia

Applications
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