Köveskal Borehole Kk-9, Sample 21 (Triassic of Hungary)

Where: Hungary (46.9° N, 17.6° E: paleocoordinates 0.1° N, 30.0° E)

• coordinate based on nearby landmark

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Upper Member (Csopak Marl Formation), Early/Lower Triassic (252.2 - 247.2 Ma)

• group of beds-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: lagoonal or restricted shallow subtidal; bioturbated, fine-grained, gray, green, calcareous marl and silty marl

• lagoonal, pertidal dolomite complex.
• The prevailing rock type is calcareous marl, with alternations of argillaceous darker and lighter layers, both layers with some bioclastic limestone intercalations.

Size classes: macrofossils, microfossils

Collection methods: bulk,

Primary reference: C. Broglio Loriga, F. Goczan, J. Haas, K. Lenner, C. Neri, A.S. Oravecz, R. Posenato, I. Szabo, and A.M. Toth. 1990. The lower Triassic sequences of the Dolomites (Italy) and transdanubian mid-mountains (Hungary) and their correlation. Memorie di Scienze Geologiche 42:41-103 [L. Villier/J. Millet/J. Millet]more details

Purpose of describing collection: biostratigraphic analysis

PaleoDB collection 139182: authorized by Martin Aberhan, entered by Thomas Schossleitner on 09.02.2013

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