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BASSIOUNI, M.A.A. & LUGER, P. (1996):

Middle Eocene Ostracoda from Northern Somalia. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
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CAPPETTA, H. (1991):

Decouverte de nouvelles faunes de sélaciens (Neoselachii) dans les phosphates maastrichtiens de la mer rouge, Egypte. Mit: SCHMIDT-KITTLER, N. & HEIZMANN, E.P.J.: Prionogale breviceps n.gen. n.sp. - Evidence of an unknowm major clade of Eutherians in the Lower Miocene of East Africa. Mit: SAH, R.B. & KIRCHNER, M. & SCHAUDERNA, H. & SCHLEICH, H.H.: Diatomites and their Fossils from Kathmandu Valley, Central Nepal. Mit: SEYED-ENAMI, K. & SCHAIRER, G. & AGHANABATI, A.A. & FAZL, M.: Ammoniten aus dem Bathon der Gegend von Tabas - Nayband (Zentraliran). Mit: SCHAIRER, G. & SCHLAMPP, V.: Cymoceras (Ammonitina, Ochetoceratina) von Esselberg. Mit: BARTHELT, D. & FEJFAR, O. & PFEIL, F.H. & UNGER, E.: Notizen zu einem Profil der Selachier-Fundstelle Walbertsweiler im Bereich der miozänen Oberen Meeresmolasse Süddeutschlands. 208 S., 36 Abb., 27 Tab., 30 Taf.;
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CHANCELLOR, G.R. & KENNEDY, W.J. & HANCOCK, J.M. (1994):

Turonian ammonite faunas from Central Tunisia. - 118 pp., 37 pls, 19 text-figs.;
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EAMES, F.E. (1957):

Eocene mollusca from Nigeria: a revision. 48 S., 6 Taf.,
284
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FÖRSTER, R. (1975):

Die geologische Entwicklung von Süd-Mozambique seit der Unterkreide und die Ammonitenfauna von Unterkreide bis Cenoman. 324 S., 81 Abb., 2 Tab., 17 Taf.,
136
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GRIPP, K. / TUFAR, W. (1965):

Pyrit-Fossilien aus dem Unter-Eozän von Johannistahl bei Heiligenhafen (Ost-Holstein) (12 S., 4 Taf.); KRÖMMELBEIN, K.: Ostracoden aus der nicht-marinen Unter-Kreide („Westafrikanischer Wealden“) des Congo-Küstenbeckens (18 S.); LUTZE, G.F.: Zur Foraminiferen-Fauna der Ostsee (68 S., 15 Taf.); WETZEL, W.: Über einige bisher unbekannte Sedimentärgeschiebe Schleswig-Holsteins (% S., 1 Taf.); mit 3 weiteren Artikeln von BARNER und HORN. 251 S., 66 Abb., 5 Tab., 24 Taf.,
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HOLZAPFEL, , S. (1998):

Palökologie benthischer Faunengemeinschaften und Taxonomie der Bivalven im Jura von Südtunesien. 200 S., 11 Taf.,
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HOOIJER, D.A. (1975):

Miocene and Pleistocene Hipparions of Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia. 80 S., 1 Abb., 19 Taf.,
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LAPIS (199?):

Extra-Lapis 17: Madagaskar. - 96 S., sehr viele, farbige Abb.,
Das Paradies der Mineralien und Edelsteine. Eine aktuelle Landes-Mineralogie der edelsteinreichen Insel. Geologie und Entstehung der Lagerstätten: Skarne, Pegmatite, Alpine Klüfte. Amethyst und andere Quarze. Coelestine und Fossilien. Aktuell: die Saphire.
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LILTVED, W.R. (2001):

Cowries and their relatives of southern Africa. A study of the southern African cypraeacean and velutinacean gastropods. 2nd enlarged edition. - 232 S., 610 Abb., davon 550 farbig,
2968
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MEISTER, C. (1989):

Les ammonites du crétacé supérieur du Nigeria. 84 S., 42 Abb., 28 Taf.,
Ein gutes und reich illustriertes Bestimmungswerk über die Oberkreide-Ammoniten von Nigeria.
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PICKFORD, M. (1986):

Cainozoic paleontological Sites of Western Kenya. 151 S., 118 Abb., 23 Taf.,
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PICKFORD, M. (1986):

The Miocene Suidae and Tayassuidae (Artiodactyla, Mammalia) of Africa. 83 S., 81 Abb.,
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PIQUE, M.S.N. (2001):

Geology of Northwest Africa. 310 S., 125 Abb.,
Northwest Africa comprises a vast territory, from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia to Mauritania, made up out of rocks which range in age from the Archaean (Early Precambrian) to the Quaternary. The book is the result of the author's extensive field studies in many parts of the covered area and a comprehensive compilation of previously published data.

The author presents a description and an analysis of the various geological domains that this area consists of, ranging from the stable cratonic areas to the pericratonic zones in which major episodes of deformation occurred at the end of the Precambrian, to the Atlas mountains which were deformed together with their Paleozoic basement during the Mesozoic and Cainozoic. Further to the North, it comprises the Rif-Tell chain which borders the Mediterranean Sea and which is undergoing recent deformation. In the West, stable ancient basement passes into more recent successions and finally abuts upon the passive Atlantic margin. Each of the domains is described in detail; sedimentary, magmatic and metamorphic rocks are presented and their structural development is unravelled.

Furthermore, the author aims at presenting a synthetic overview of the geodynamic evolution of Northwest Africa, emphasizing the sequence of orogenic events from Precambrian times to the most recent tectonic activity.
Best.-Nr.: 16-429
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SAID, R. [ED.] (1989):

The geology of Egypt. [incl. palaeontological notes]. 734 S., ? Abb.,
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SCHLÜTER, T. (2008):

Geological Atlas of Africa. With Notes on Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Economic Geology, Geohazards and Geosites of Each Country. 2nd. Edition. - 272 p., 249 illus. With CD-ROM., Hardcover.

Here is the new edition of the first attempt to summarize the geology of Africa by presenting it in an atlas and to synthesize the stratigraphy, tectonics, economic geology, geohazards and geosites of each country and territory of the continent. Furthermore, the digitized geological maps are correlated and harmonized according to the current stratigraphic timetable. The atlas aims to contribute to capacity building in African Earth Sciences and to aid the initiation of research and enable the achievement of economic opportunities by providing a database of basic geological background information.

[von Maroko zu den Kanaren, von Namibia bis nach Madagaskar]

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SCHNEIDER, G. (2008):

Sammlung Geologischer Führer, 97: The Roadside Geology of Namibia. 2. Auflage. - 294 S., 112 Abb., 1 Tab.;
Since the beginning of the last century, Namibia has attracted scientists and laymen from all over the world to study the stupendous geology, uniquely exposed in Namibia's desert environment. Their research has shaped geological thinking worldwide, and led to the development of many new concepts.
The volume describes the geological landmarks of Namibia and presents itineraries of 29 field trips in Namibia. The guide has been authored by Dr. G. Schneider, head of the Geological Survey of Namibia and a group of competent coauthors on the occasion of the Survey's 100th anniversary.
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TASSY, P. (1986):

Nouveaux Elephantoidea (Mammalia) dans le miocène du Kenya. 176 S., 45 Abb., 26 Tab., 18 Taf.,
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TCHERNOV, E. (1986):

Evolution of the crocodiles in East and North Africa. 65 S., 25 Abb., 6 Taf.,
1953
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TEMBROCK, M.L. (1968):

Taxionomisch-stratigraphische Studie zur Scalaspira-Gruppe (Gastropoda, Tertiär). 28 S., 2 Abb., 2 Tab., 1 Karte, 18 Taf.; MIT: DIETRICH, W.O.: Fossile Löwen im europäischen und afrikanischen Pleistozän. 40 S., 1 Abb., 13 Tab., 8 Taf.,
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UHMANN, A. (1996):

Sedimentologische und fazielle Entwicklung in Jura und Kreide i Morondava Becken (Südwest-Madagaskar). 141 S., 54 Abb., 15 Tab., 6 Taf.,
[Untersuchungen zur Mikrofazies, Tongeologie und Schwermineralogie.]
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VERMA, I.M. / WESTERMANN, G.E.G. (1983):

Ammonoid Fauna of the Kimmeridgian-Tithonian Boundary Beds of Mombasa, Kenya. 128 S., div. Abb,
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VOIGT, E. (1957):

Dictyonema-Schiefer als Geschiebe bei Hamburg. 4 S., 1 Taf.; Mit: BACHMAYER, F.: Ein Galatheiden-Rest (Crust. Decap.) aus einem Tertiärgeschieb bei Hambrug. 2 S., 1 Taf.; Mit: LEHMANN, U.: Weitere Fossilfunde aus dem ältesten Pleistozän der Erpfinger Höhle (Schwäbische Alb). 40 S., 32 Abb., 4 Taf.; Mit: LEHMANN, U: Eine jungpleistozäne Wirbeltierfauna aus Ostafrika. 41 S., 26 Abb., 3 Taf.; 142 S.,
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ZABORSKI, P.M.P. (1985):

Upper Cretaceous ammonites from the Calabar region, South-east Nigeria. 72 S., 66 Abb.,
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ZABORSKI, P.M.P. (1987):

Lower Turonian (Cretaceous) ammonites from south-east Nigeria. 36 S., 46 Abb.,