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Rimma KHODJANYAZOVA & Bernard MAMET

PALEOZOIC CALCAREOUS ALGAE FROM SOUTHERN TIEN SHAN, UZBEKISTAN, CENTRAL ASIA

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Mots-clés : KEYWORDS: Paleozoic, calcareous algae, Central Asia.

Abstract

ABSTRACT. This paper is the first illustration of Late Ordovician- Early Silurian, Early Devonian and Middle Car­boniferous- Early Permian calcareous marine algae from Uzbekistan. Chlorophyta are very prolific and diverse. They are associated with some cyanophytes and rhodophytes. Taxa have been previously recorded. The flora is typically Central Tethyan and compares easily with that of Central and Southern Urals. Most algae have a wide stratigraphie range, are facies sensitive, and thus have only local age significance.

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Rimma KHODJANYAZOVA & Bernard MAMET, «PALEOZOIC CALCAREOUS ALGAE FROM SOUTHERN TIEN SHAN, UZBEKISTAN, CENTRAL ASIA», Geologica Belgica [En ligne], volume 6 (2003), number 3-4 - The Graulich volume, 97-117 URL : http://popups.ulg.ac.be/1374-8505/index.php?id=2145.

About: Rimma KHODJANYAZOVA

Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Uzbek Akademy of Sciences, Khodjibaev St., 49, Tashkent, 700041, Uzbekistan.

About: Bernard MAMET

Laboratoire de Géologie, Sciences de la Terre et de l'Environnement, CP 160/02, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 50, av. F.D.Roosevelt, Bruxelles, B.1050.