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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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Institute of Paleobiology PAS

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Acta palaeontologica Polonica, 2020, Vol.65 (1), p.209-218

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English

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Institute of Paleobiology PAS

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The reworking of a trace by a subsequently following organism represents a so-called sequorichnial behavior and leads to formation of a “burrowing highway”. Burrowing highways occur more frequently than assumed in the fossil record. Their ichnological and sedimentological meaning is elucidated by using the trace fossil Gyrochorte. Gyrochorte produc...

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Gyrochorte 'highways' and their environmental significance in shallow-marine sediments

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0567-7920

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1732-2421

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10.4202/app.00655.2019

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