Ichnotaxonomy and ichnostratigraphy of chambered trace fossils in palaeosols
attributed to coleopterans, ants, and termites.
The Napak deposits comprise predominantly sub-aerial volcanic ashes of carbonatitic and nephelinitic composition and palaeosols
derived from these ashes.
The top of the Simsima Formation is reddened possibly due to exposure prior to Muthaymimah deposition or to lateritic outwash from contemporaneously exposed lateritic palaeosols
at top ophiolite (Fig.
Upward-coarsening units are usually capped by palaeosols
. Fossils are most abundant in the mudstone beds overlying palaeosols
and tetrapod habitats in Pennsylvania.
The nature of the Pleistocene-Holocene palaeosols
in the Gaza Strip, Palestine.
Chesworth (eds), Developments in Earth Surface Processes 2, Weathering, Soils and Palaeosols
Hardpans/cements Subsurface carbonate and silica hardpans, palaeosols
, silcrete benches on sandplain seeps
Wadi al-Hammeh in the Middle Epipalaeolithic, for example, does not provide evidence, as claimed, for 'periods of alluvial accumulation in between palaeosols
', pointing to 'short geomorphic destabilisation events that occurred at the end of dry events when wet conditions returned swiftly' (p.
are covered by Genise and coauthors, who focus on ichnofabric analysis.
Our categorization of these relatively rare pedons as disharmonic relict palaeosols
will be justified in the subsection "Disharmonic soil-type interference on till".