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van Keulen & Rhebergen, 2017

Viidevan Keulen, P., Rhebergen, F., 2017: Typology and fossil assemblage of Sandbian (Ordovician) ‘baksteenkalk’: an erratic silicified limestone of Baltic origin from the northeastern Netherlands and adjacent areas of Germany. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 66, 4, 198-219. https://doi.org/10.3176/earth.2017.18
Autor(id)van Keulen, P., Rhebergen, F.
Aasta2017
PealkiriTypology and fossil assemblage of Sandbian (Ordovician) ‘baksteenkalk’: an erratic silicified limestone of Baltic origin from the northeastern Netherlands and adjacent areas of Germany
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AjakiriEstonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 66, 4
KirjastusEstonian Academy Publishers
Leheküljed198-219
Abstrakt

This study seeks to describe ‘baksteenkalk’, an erratic silicified bioclastic carbonate of the Upper Sandbian from the eastern part of the Netherlands. To date, baksteenkalk has received little attention among palaeontologists. This is to be regretted on two grounds First, baksteenkalk contains a varied fossi flora and fauna comprising many species, several of which are not or only rarely found in coeval rocks. Second, owing to a complicated silicification process, fossils, in particular algae, have preserved exceptional anatomical details. The primary aim of this study is to arouse the interest of professional, in particular, Estonian, palaeontologists in baksteenkalk. Based on lithology and fossil assemblage (most conspicuously, with regard to the algal flora), two basic types of baksteenkalk are distinguished. A list of species, differentiated for both types, is provided. It is argued that baksteenkalk reflects the ecology of a shallow, subtropical, epicontinental sea. The distribution of erratics, facies and fossil content point to an origin within the North Estonian Confacies Belt, probably west of Estonia. Baksteenkalk survived as an erratic because it was already silicified at its place of origin. A potential source of silica may have been Upper Ordovician bentonite layers. The causes and mechanisms of the silicification process which gave shape to baksteenkalk are not yet understood, however. The palaeontology of baksteenkalk is compared with that of two other erratic Sandbian silicified carbonates of Baltic origin: German backsteinkalk and ‘Lavender-blue Hornstein’.

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DOIhttps://doi.org/10.3176/earth.2017.18
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Kirje ID6665
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