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2003

AUTHORS

Alain Preat , K. Kolo , B. Mamet , Anna A. Gorbushina , David C. Gillan

ABSTRACT

Paleosols and other types of subaerial exposures are present in ancient shallow water limestone sequences and continental facies (Wright, et al., 1988). They provide important information on sea-level changes, sedimentation rates and early diagenetic processes. Calcrete petrography is now well established, mainly from the soils on Recent and Pleistocene limestones (Freytet & Plaziat, 1982, Esteban & Klappa, 1983, Wright & Tucker, 1991). Although microbial organisms are frequently associated with calcretes, their role is still debated and poorly understood. Especially interesting is the association of surficial layers with microbial communities referred to as biofilms. In Recent subaerial environments such biofilms are ubiquitous and are dominated by microscopic fungi (micromycetes). Fungi are also dominant in modern soils and are therefore to be expected to occur in all buried environments. However, it is not clear, how subaerial biofilms and associated paleosols together with inhabiting organisms, are fossilized and preserved. These communities are particularly dominated by microscopical fungi, which were present in the Earth history since Precambrian (e.g. Tyler & Barghorn, 1954). Fungi are numerous in fossil record, however, their identification is difficult and prepares a lot of problems for mycologists and paleontologists (Sherwood-Pike & Gray, 1985). The aim of this paper is to describe fungal communities found in three distinct geological calcretes and to discuss the extent to which they participated in the calcrete carbonate factory. More... »

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291-306

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Fossil and Recent Biofilms

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978-90-481-6412-7
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