Earth Inferno by Austin Osman Spare

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Eke Group, 11. Burgsvik Sandstone and Oolite, 12. Hamra Limestone, 13. Sundre Limestone. THE STRATIGRAPHY OF HEDE 37 38 THE PALAEOZOIC DEPOSITS O F GOTLAND stratigraphy of Gotland (Hede, 1921, 1925a, 1958, 1960), the geological maps with their accompanying descriptions especially give evidence of the conscientiousness with which he c a r r i e d out h i s work. Hede's stratigraphy ofthe Silurianof Gotland (cf. 11) is, fromtop to bottom: ( 1 3 )Sundre Limestone. Very fossiliferous limestones, especially rich in crinoid remains, but also in stromatoporoids, corals and bryozoans; and reef limestones.

Chapter XI). In conclusion, the validity of Von Bubnoff's view of a l a r g e Silurian sea must be denied. A palaeogeographical situation with a s m a l l e r s e a covering part of the present Baltic area is m o r e likely. The area now constituting Gotland formed p a r t of this sea, but was relatively close t o the northwestern shore. F u r t h e r south this sea had a connection with a n other, western s e a . T h i s connection occupied the area of the present Scania and Kattegat. This Page Intentionally Left Blank 29 Chapter III llE PALAEOZOIC DEPOSITS OF GOTI,AND THE BASEMENT O F GOTLAND Knowledge of the basement of the Silurian s t r a t a exposed in Gotland h as been obtained f r om the c o r e s of two deep borings, one near Visby (Hedstrom, 1923d), the other in the a r e a of File Haidar, between TingstPde TrXsk and Slite (Thorslund and Westerggrd, 1938).

Klinteberg Limestone, 9. Hemse Group, 10. Eke Group, 11. Burgsvik Sandstone and Oolite, 12. Hamra Limestone, 13. Sundre Limestone. THE STRATIGRAPHY OF HEDE 37 38 THE PALAEOZOIC DEPOSITS O F GOTLAND stratigraphy of Gotland (Hede, 1921, 1925a, 1958, 1960), the geological maps with their accompanying descriptions especially give evidence of the conscientiousness with which he c a r r i e d out h i s work. Hede's stratigraphy ofthe Silurianof Gotland (cf. 11) is, fromtop to bottom: ( 1 3 )Sundre Limestone.

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