– LUCAS & SPIELMANN (2007) – The Global Triassic

Bulletin 41 New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science



Table of Contents
Pages i–v 

Dedication to Norman J. Silberling and E. Timothy Tozer
Spencer G. Lucas and Michael J. Orchard
Pages 1–12 

The Early Triassic carbon, sulfur and nitrogen isotope record
Viorel Atudorei, Jean Guex, Michael J. Orchard, Spencer G. Lucas and John-Paul Zonneveld
Page 13 

The Trachyceratidae from South Canyon (central Nevada): Record, taxonomic problems and stratigraphic significance for the definition of the Ladinian-Carnian boundary
Marco Balini and James F. Jenks
Pages 14–22

Lower Triassic microbialites versus skeletal carbonates, a competition on the Gondwana margin
Aymon Baud
Page 23 

Floral and paleoenvironmental changes during the end-Triassic: New data from European key sections
Nina R. Bonis, Wolfram M. Kürschner and Leopold Krystyn
Page 24

Smithian (Early Triassic) ammonoid successions of the Tethys: New preliminary results from Tibet, India, Pakistan and Oman
Thomas Brühwiler, Hugo Bucher, Nicolas Goudemand and Arnaud Brayard
Pages 25–26 

Global distribution of Rhaetian radiolarian faunas and their contribution to the definition of the Triassic-Jurassic boundary
Elizabeth S. Carter
Pages 27–31 

Ecologic collapse of benthic communities from restricted platform to ramp during the Permian-Triassic mass extinction: Case studies of the Meishan and Huangzhishan sections, south China
Zhong-Qiang Chen, Jinnan Tong and Zhuo-Ting Liao
Page 32 

What do we know about the magnetostratigraphy across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary?
Linda L. Donohoo-Hurley, John W. Geissman and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 33–38 

Early Triassic timescale and new U-Pb ages from south China: First calibration of the Early Triassic carbon cycle perturbations
Thomas Galfetti, Hugo Bucher, Maria Ovtcharova, Urs Schaltegger, Arnaud Brayard, Thomas Brühwiler, Nicolas Goudemand, Helmut Weissert, Peter A. Hochuli, Fabrice Cordey and Kuang Guodun
Page 39

New biostratigraphic data around the Carnian/Norian boundary from the Pizzo Mondello section, Sicani Mountains, Sicily
Chiara Guaiumi, Alda Nicora, Nereo Preto, Manuel Rigo, Marco Balini, Pietro Di Stefano, Maria Gullo, Marco Levera, Michele Mazza and Giovanni Muttoni
Pages 40–42

A study of the Lower Triassic cyclostratigraphy in the west Pingdingshan Section, Chaohu, Anhui Province
Gang Guo, Jinnan Tong, Shihong Zhang, Jie Zhang and Lingyan Bai
Pages 43–44

Dental morphology of the hybodontoid shark Lonchidion humblei Murry from the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, USA
Andrew B. Heckert, Alexander Ivanov and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 45–48 

Late Triassic aetosaur biochronology revisited
Andrew B. Heckert, Spencer G. Lucas, Adrian P. Hunt, and Justin A. Spielmann
Pages 49–50

Biostratigraphic utility of the Upper Triassic aetosaur Tecovasuchus (Archosauria:Stagonolepididae), an index taxon of St. Johnsian (Adamanian:late Carnian) time
Andrew B. Heckert, Justin A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 51–57 PDF (5.9 MB)

∂13C isotope curve in the Lower Triassic from shallow water carbonates in Japan, Panthalassa realm
Micha Horacek, Hiroyoshi Sano, Toshio Koike and Ethan Grossman
Page 58 

Multistratigraphic constraints on the NW Tethyan “Carnian crisis”
Thomas Hornung, Rainer Brandner, Leopold Krystyn, Michael M. Joachimski and Lorenz Keim
Pages 59–67 

Intercalibration of Boreal and Tethyan timescales: The magneto-biostratigraphy of the Botneheia Formation (Middle Triassic), and the late Early Triassic, Svalbard (Arctic Norway)
Mark W. Hounslow, Mengyu Hu, Atle Mørk, Wolfgang Weitschat, Jorunn Os Vigran, Vassil Karloukovski and Michael J. Orchard
Pages 68–70 

A new tetrapod ichogenus from the Upper Triassic of New Mexico, with notes on the ichnotaxonomy of Rhynchosauroides
Adrian P. Hunt and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 71–76 

The Triassic tetrapod track record: Ichnofaunas, ichnofacies and biochronology
Adrian P. Hunt and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 78–87 

A review of vertebrate coprolites of the Triassic with descriptions of new Mesozoic ichnotaxa
Adrian P. Hunt, Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann and Allan J. Lerner
Pages 88–107

Triassic marine fishes from Siberia, Russia
Alexander Ivanov and Tatyana Klets
Pages 108–109

Triassic-Jurassic boundary on the southern margin of Tethys: Implications of facies, tectonics and volcanism
Mohamed A. Khalifa
Pages 110–119

Archosaur footprints – Potential for biochronology of Triassic continental sequences
Hendrik Klein and Hartmut Haubold
Pages 120–130 

The problem of Triassic gondolellid conodont systematics (Conodontophorida, Conodonta)
T. Klets and A. Kopylova
Pages 131–133

Bivalve assemblages in North Vietnam and South China following the end–Permian crisis
Toshifumi Komatsu, Dang Tran Huyen and Chen Jinhua
Pages 134–136 

Upper Triassic conchostracan biostratigraphy of the continental rift basins of eastern North America: Its importance for correlating Newark Supergroup events with the Germanic basin and the international geologic time scale
Heinz W. Kozur and Robert E. Weems
Pages 137–188 

Proposal for a candidate GSSP for the base of the Rhaetian stage
L. Krystyn, H. Bouquerel, W. Kuerschner, S. Richoz and Y. Gallet
Pages 189–199 

Late Triassic palynostratigraphy: The early Rhaetian in the Northern Calcareous Alps (Austria)
Wolfram M. Kuerschner and Leopold Krystyn
Page 200 

The continental tetrapod-bearing Triassic of south Brazil
Max C. Langer, Ana M. Ribeiro, Cesar L. Schultz and Jorge Ferigolo
Pages 201–218 

Another dicynodont from the Triassic Muschelkalk of Germany and its biochronological significance
Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 219–221 

A giant skull, ontogenetic variation and taxonomic validity of the Late Triassic phytosaur Parasuchus
Spencer G. Lucas, Andrew B. Heckert and Larry Rinehart
Pages 222–228

Global Triassic tetrapod biostratigraphy and biochronology: 2007 status
Spencer G. Lucas, Adrian P. Hunt, Andrew B. Heckert and Justin A. Spielmann
Pages 229–240 

Topotypes of Typothorax coccinarum, a Late Triassic aetosaur from the American Southwest
Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann, Andrew B. Heckert and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 241–247 

Biochronological significance of Late Triassic tetrapods from Krasiejów Poland
Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 248–258

Taxonomy of Shuvosaurus, a Late Triassic archosaur from the Chinle Group, American Southwest
Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 259–261 

Conodonts viewed as evolving heavy-mineral grains
D.L. Macke and K.M. Nichols
Pages 262–267 

Paleoecology of the Late Triassic extinction event in southwest Britain
Luke Mander, Richard J. Twitchett and Michael J. Benton
Page 268 

Triassic paleogeographic and tectonic evolution of southwestern Laurentia through Jurassic tectonic overprint
John E. Marzolf
Pages 269–270 

The sequence-stratigraphic setting of the Triassic-Jurassic boundary, New York Canyon, Gabbs Valley Range, western Nevada
J.E. Marzolf, J.I. Satterfield and M.B. Steiner
Page 271 

Diversity dynamics and evolutionary ecology of Middle and Late Triassic halobiid and monotid bivalves
Christopher A. McRoberts
Page 272 

Calibration of Early and Middle Triassic time scales using orbital-climate cycles
M. Menning, J.G. Ogg and R.L. Romer
Pages 273–274

New constraints for the Ladinian-Carnian boundary in the Southern Alps: Suggestions for global correlations
P. Mietto, N. Buratti, S. Cirilli, V. De Zanche, P. Gianolla, S. Manfrin, A. Nicora, N. Preto, M. Rigo and G. Roghi
Pages 275–281 

New paleontological, biostratigraphic and paleogeographic results from the Triassic of the Mersin Mélange, SE Turkey
P. Moix , H.W. Kozur, G.M.Stampfli and H. Mostler
Pages 282–311

Ammonite-based correlation of the Middle/Late Anisian boundary (Middle Triassic) between Nevada and the southern Alps
Claude Monnet, Peter Brack, Hugo Bucher and Hans Rieber
Pages 312–313 

Critical view of the calibration of the Triassic time scale
Roland Mundil
Pages 314–315 

Conodont biostratigraphy and paleogeography of the Triassic of the Australian Plate and of the accreted terranes of New Zealand
Robert S. Nicoll, Michael J. Orchard and Hamish Campbell
Pages 316–317

40Ar-39Ar and U-Pb age constraints on the Triassic-Jurassic and Norian-Rhaetian boundaries, northern Vancouver Island, Canada
G.T. Nixon, R.M. Friedman, D.A. Archibald, M.J. Orchard and E.T.Tozer
Page 318

Triassic chronostratigraphic database and a display interface
James G. Ogg and Robert S. Nicoll
Page 319

New conodonts and zonation, Ladinian-Carnian boundary beds, British Columbia, Canada
Michael J. Orchard
Pages 321–330 

Conodont lineages from the Carnian-Norian boundary at Black Bear Ridge, northeast British Columbia
Michael J. Orchard
Pages 331–332 

Conodonts from the Ladinian-Carnian boundary beds of South Canyon, New Pass Range, Nevada, USA
Michael J. Orchard and Marco Balini
Pages 333–340

A summary of the conodont succession around the Olenekian-Anisian boundary at Deli Caira, North Dobrogea, Romania
Michael J. Orchard, Eugen Gradinaru and Alda Nicora
Pages 341–346

Conodonts from the Olenekian-Anisian boundary beds, Guandao, Guizhou Province, China
Michael J. Orchard, Daniel J. Lehrmann, Wei Jiayong, Wang Hongmei and Hillary J. Taylor
Pages 347–354

Latest Triassic conodonts and radiolarian-bearing successions in Baja California Sur
Michael J. Orchard, Patricia A. Whalen, Elizabeth S. Carter and Hillary J. Taylor
Pages 355–365

Towards a carbon isotope reference curve of the Upper Triassic
S. Richoz, L. Krystyn and C. Spötl
Pages 366–367

Detailed carbon isotope analysis of Triassic-Jurassic key sections in the western Tethys realm
Micha Ruhl, Wolfram M. Kuerschner, Gert-Jan Reichart and Leopold Krystyn
Page 368

Patterns of recovery of amphibian diversity in the Triassic
Mikhail A. Shishkin

Tetrapod fauna of the Upper Triassic (Revueltian) Owl Rock Formation, Chinle Group, Arizona
Justin A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas and Andrew B. Heckert
Pages 371–383 

Oldest records of the Late Triasssic theropod dinosaur Coelophysis bauri
Justin A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas, Larry F. Rinehart, Adrian P. Hunt, Andrew B. Heckert and Robert M. Sullivan
Pages 384–401

Sponge-microbial stromatolites and coral-sponge reef recovery in the Triassic of the Western Tethys domain
Joachim Szulc
Page 402

Tectonic controls of high-frequency sedimentary cycles in the Upper Triassic Dachstein Platform carbonates, Northern Calcareous Alps
Joachim Szulc
Page 403

Interpreting the Upper Triassic carbon isotope record
Lawrence H. Tanner
Pages 404–405

Upper Triassic carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Lagronegro succession, southern Apennines, Italy
Lawrence H. Tanner, Gloria Ciarapica, Letizia Reggiani and Viorel Atudorei
Pages 406–410

New data on the Late Triassic (Norian-Rhaetian) foraminiferans of the western Precaucasus (Russia)
Valery J. Vuks
Pages 411–412

Upper Triassic radilaria and conodonts from San Hipólito Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Patricia A. Whalen, Elizabeth S. Carter and Michael J. Orchard
Page 413

The Permo-Triassic crisis is prolonged, and the PTB mass extinction is multi-phase
Hongfu Yin, Qinglai Feng, Xulong Lai and Jinnan Tong
Page 414

Sedimentary framework of the lower Black Bear Ridge Section, British Columbia: A potential Carnian-Norian boundary GSSP
John-Paul Zonneveld, Tyler W. Beatty and Charles M. Henderson
Page 415