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Advances in Earth Science  1992, Vol. 7 Issue (6): 31-    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.1992.06.0031
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STUDY ON PERMIAN REEFS AND PALEOECOLOGY  OF REEF一BUILDING ORGANISMS
Zhang Wei
Institute of Geology , Academia Sinica , Beijing,100029
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Abstract  

Middle and Upper Permian reefs are widely distributed and well developed in south China. Sponges (sphinctozoans,inozoans ; and sclerosponges)are one of the most important frame一building organisms.Algae have played an exceedingly important role in the development of the reefs. Abundant records of Permian reef communities exist in South China. Most reefs clearly exhibit distinct cycles,which are consistent with the reef community flourishing. Results of the author research in individual paleoecology and community paleoecology furnished fresh evidences for further study on the development of Permian reefs of south China.

Key words:  reefs      reef-building organisms      paleoecology      Permian     
Received:  04 November 1991      Published:  01 November 1992
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Zhang Wei. STUDY ON PERMIAN REEFS AND PALEOECOLOGY  OF REEF一BUILDING ORGANISMS. Advances in Earth Science, 1992, 7(6): 31-.

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