LATEST TOURNAISIAN (EARLY CARBONIFEROUS) CONODONTS FROM THE TABAI LIMESTONE, TIRAH, NORTHWESTERN PAKISTAN

Authors

  • FAZL-I-RABBI KHAN
  • SAHADAT-UR-REHAMAN
  • RUTH MAWSON
  • MOHAMMED IHSAN AFRIDI

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https://doi.org/10.13130/2039-4942/5829

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Abstract

A new stratigraphic unit, the Tabai Limestone of the poorly known Tirah area of northwest Pakistan, is one of several Early Carboniferous carbonate units distributed along the North Gondwana margin, some connected with transgressive interludes. The Tabai Limestone has produced latest Tournaisian (Early Carboniferous) conodonts indicative of the middle of the anchoralis-latus Zone.

Author Biographies

FAZL-I-RABBI KHAN

SAHADAT-UR-REHAMAN

RUTH MAWSON

MOHAMMED IHSAN AFRIDI

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2004-11-30

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