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Portée de la revue :

La Société Géologique de Belgique a publié des articles et des documents originaux portant sur tous les aspects des sciences de la terre, avec un accent particulier sur la géologie régionale de la Belgique et de l’Afrique centrale.

Elle publia les Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique (ISSN 0037-9395) de 1874 (Vol. 1) à 1997 (Vol. 120).

Entre 1874 (Vol. 1) et 1977 (Vol. 99), les Annales ont été publiées au format in-8°. Elles contenaient les Bulletins et les Mémoires in-8°. Entre 1910 (Vol. 38) et 1936 (Vol. 59), elle publia également les Publications relatives au Congo Belge et aux régions voisines sous forme d’annexes séparées. A partir de 1937 (Vol. 60), ces publications relatives au Congo belge furent intégrées aux Annales. La distinction entre Bulletins et Mémoires in-8° fut supprimée à partir de 1968 (Vol. 91). A partir de 1977 (Vol. 100), la Société Géologique de Belgique a publié les Annales au format A4.

En 1998, les Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique et le Bulletin de la Société belge de géologie ont fusionné pour créer un nouveau journal, Geologica Belgica.

La Société Géologique de Belgique a également publié des Mémoires in-4° (ISSN  0365-2491) entre 1900 (Tome 1) et 1967 (Tome 10).

Elle a publié des publications spéciales (livres, actes de congrès, bibliographies, cartes) entre 1884 et 1974.

La Société publia la Revue de Géologie et des Sciences connexes entre 1921 (Vol. 1) et 1940 (Vol. 20).

Les éditeurs furent l'Imprimerie H. Vaillant-Carmanne (Liège) entre 1874-1961 et la Société Géologique de Belgique (Liège) entre 1961-1997.

Périodicité :

Pour les Annales : un volume annuel composé de fascicules (habituellement 2 à 4).

Editeur :

Société géologique de Belgique
Quartier AGORA – Bât. B20
Allée du Six Août, 12                                                                                                                                                                                             
B-4000 Liège
BELGIUM
Secretary: Dr Annick ANCEAU
e-mail: a.anceau@ulg.ac.be

 

 

Scope of the journal:

The Geological Society of Belgium formerly published original papers and documents concerning all aspects of the earth sciences, with a particular emphasis on the regional geology of Belgium and central Africa.

The Society published the Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (ISSN 0037-9395) from 1874 (Vol. 1) to 1997 (Vol. 120).

Between 1874 (Vol. 1) and 1977 (Vol. 99), the Annales were published in octavo. They contained Bulletins and Mémoires in-8°. Between 1910 (Vol. 38) and 1936 (Vol. 59), the Society also published the Publications relatives au Congo Belge et aux Régions Voisines (Publications relative to the Belgian Congo and neighbouring regions) as separate appendixes. From 1937 (Vol. 60), these publications about the Belgian Congo were integrated into the Annales. The distinction between Bulletins and Mémoires in-8° was suppressed from 1968 (Vol. 91). From 1977 (Vol. 100), the Geological Society of Belgium published the Annales in A4 size.

In 1998, the Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique and the Bulletin de la Société Belge de Géologie merged into a new journal: Geologica Belgica.

The Geological Society of Belgium also published Mémoires in-4° (ISSN  0365-2491) between 1900 (Vol. 1) and 1967 (Vol. 10).

The Society published some special publications (books, proceedings, bibliographies, maps) between 1884 and 1974.

The Society also published the Revue de Géologie et des Sciences Connexes between 1921 (Vol. 1) and 1940 (Vol. 20).

The publishers were the Imprimerie H. Vaillant-Carmanne (Liège) between 1874-1961, and the Société géologique de Belgique (Liège) between 1961-1997.

Frequency of issue:

For the Annales: one annual volume including fascicules (usually 2 to 4).

Editor:

Société géologique de Belgique
Quartier AGORA – Bât. B20
Allée du Six Août, 12                                                                                                                                                                                             
B-4000 Liège
BELGIUM
Secretary: Dr Annick ANCEAU
e-mail: a.anceau@ulg.ac.be

 

 

Scope of the journal:

The Geological Society of Belgium formerly published original papers and documents concerning all aspects of the earth sciences, with a particular emphasis on the regional geology of Belgium and central Africa.

The Society published the Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (ISSN 0037-9395) from 1874 (Vol. 1) to 1997 (Vol. 120).

Between 1874 (Vol. 1) and 1977 (Vol. 99), the Annales were published in octavo. They contained Bulletins and Mémoires in-8°. Between 1910 (Vol. 38) and 1936 (Vol. 59), the Society also published the Publications relatives au Congo Belge et aux Régions Voisines (Publications relative to the Belgian Congo and neighbouring regions) as separate appendixes. From 1937 (Vol. 60), these publications about the Belgian Congo were integrated into the Annales. The distinction between Bulletins and Mémoires in-8° was suppressed from 1968 (Vol. 91). From 1977 (Vol. 100), the Geological Society of Belgium published the Annales in A4 size.

In 1998, the Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique and the Bulletin de la Société Belge de Géologie merged into a new journal: Geologica Belgica.

The Geological Society of Belgium also published Mémoires in-4° (ISSN  0365-2491) between 1900 (Vol. 1) and 1967 (Vol. 10).

The Society published some special publications (books, proceedings, bibliographies, maps) between 1884 and 1974.

The Society also published the Revue de Géologie et des Sciences Connexes between 1921 (Vol. 1) and 1940 (Vol. 20).

The publishers were the Imprimerie H. Vaillant-Carmanne (Liège) between 1874-1961, and the Société géologique de Belgique (Liège) between 1961-1997.

Frequency of issue:

For the Annales: one annual volume including fascicules (usually 2 to 4).

Editor:

Société géologique de Belgique
Quartier AGORA – Bât. B20
Allée du Six Août, 12
B-4000 Liège
BELGIUM
Secretary: Dr Annick ANCEAU
e-mail: a.anceau@ulg.ac.be

 

 

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S.G. Molyneux

The contribution of palaeontological data to an understanding of the Early Palaeozoic framework of eastern England

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Abstract

Palaeontological data can provide various lines of evidence to further understanding of the early Palaeozoic framework of eastern England. Biostratigraphical dating and correlation underpin interpretations of stratigraphy, while other palaeontological data may aid interpretation of depositional environments and thermal histories. Each of these lines of enquiry can contribute to the delineation of cratonic and basinal areas. Seventeen boreholes have proved Lower Palaeozoic sequences in the putative concealed Acadian fold belt of eastern England. Sequences proved beneath Upper Palaeozoic or younger successions include strata of Tremadoc, Llanvirn, Caradoc, Llandovery, Wenlock, Ludlow, Přídolí and Emsian age. In contrast, most Lower Palaeozoic sequences proved at subcrop on the eastern part of the postulated Midlands Microcraton are Tremadoc or older; later Ordovician strata are not known from the eastern part of the microcraton, and Silurian strata are only encountered in its more central and southern parts. These distributions are consistent with the idea of a fold belt lying to the east of the microcraton. Facies variations eastwards from the microcraton to the concealed fold belt are in general poorly documented. However, those in the late Llandovery and Wenlock Series (Silurian) mirror the gross variations in facies that occur westwards from the microcraton into the Welsh Basin, and generally concur with models that position the boundary between the microcraton and the concealed fold belt along a line from the vicinity of Charnwood to the Thames Estuary.

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S.G. Molyneux, «The contribution of palaeontological data to an understanding of the Early Palaeozoic framework of eastern England», Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique [En ligne], Volume 114 (1991), Fascicule 1 (Proceedings of the International Meeting on the Caledonides of the Midlands and the Brabant Massif), 93-105 URL : http://popups.ulg.ac.be/0037-9395/index.php?id=1397.

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British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5GG, U.K.