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Paiste et al., 2020a

Paiste, T., Männik, P., Nõlvak, J., Meidla, T. 2020. The lower boundary of the Haljala Regional Stage (Sandbian, Upper Ordovician) in Estonia. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 69 (2), 76-90. | DOI | DETAILS

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ReferencePaiste et al., 2020a
AuthorPaiste, T., Männik, P., Nõlvak, J., Meidla, T.
Year2020
TitleThe lower boundary of the Haljala Regional Stage (Sandbian, Upper Ordovician) in Estonia
JournalEstonian Journal of Earth Sciences
Volume69
Number2
pgs.76-90
Source typearticle in journal
LanguageEnglish
DOI10.3176/earth.2020.05
Abstract

Multi­proxy correlation is used to address the boundary of the Kukruse and Haljala regional stages across the Estonianpart of the Baltoscandian Ordovician Palaeobasin. New biostratigraphic information on conodonts, chitinozoans and ostracods fromthe Peetri outcrop, northwestern Estonia, integrated with micropalaeontological data from five core sections all over Estonia, allowsjustification of the position of the stage boundary and correlation between conodont and chitinozoan biozones. In the Peetri outcropa marked stratigraphic hiatus was recognized at the Kukruse–Haljala boundary – the Baltoniodus gerdae conodont Subzone and the Armoricochitina granulifera, Angochitina curvata, Lagenochitina dalbyensis and Belonechitina hirsuta chitinozoan zones are missingin the section. The lowermost part of the Tatruse Formation in central Estonia and the Adze Formation in southern Estonia are olderthan previously thought, and the results show a principal advantage of the multi­proxy method over single­group studies. The lowerboundary of the Haljala Regional Stage is tied to the interval with gaps that are common all over the stratotype region.