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Benchmarks for correlation of Carboniferous and Permian marine deposits in Siberia and the Far East



Benchmarks for correlation of Carboniferous and Permian marine deposits in Siberia and the Far East



Geologiya I Geofizika (Novosibirsk): 463: 256-272



Data on stratigraphy of Carboniferous and Permian deposits formed in marginal seas of Angarida, which is the ancient Siberian continent covering the territory of Siberia and the Far East, have been generalized. The biostratigraphic base of interregional correlation consists of. zonal faunal complexes of the key Verkhoyansk-Okhotsk region, nine reference correlation intervals, and six event borders. The most important event levels were soles of transgressive-regressive cycles corresponding to mass extinction of biota, innovation, immigration of new communities, change of dominants, etc. The most drastic changes in paleogeography of marginal seas of Angarida and composition of faunal communities are related to the Tournaisian-Visean Shcheglov and Middle Bashkirian Tylakh events. Geodynamically oriented paleogeographic flow charts have been compiled for three time sections (Late Tournaisian, border of the Early and Middle Carboniferous, beginning of the Early Permian).

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