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«To cite this version: Aihua Yuan. Latest Permian Deep-Water Ostracod (Crustacea) Fauna from South China. Pa- leontology. Universit´ Pierre et Marie ...»

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Chapter 1 Regional Geology and Stratigraphic Correlation ······································································5

§1.1 Description of sections··················································································································6

Dongpan Section (DP) & Liuqiao Section (LQ) ···························································6 1.1.1

Shaiwa Section (SW)·······································································································12

1.1.2

Chaohu Section (CH)·······································································································13

1.1.3

§1.2 Stratigraphic correlation··············································································································16

Permian-Triassic Boundary ····························································································16

1.2.1

Section Correlation···········································································································18

1.2.2

Chapter 2 Taxonomy of Ostracoda ···········································································································19

§2.1 Generality on ostracods···············································································································19

Soft parts of living ostracods ··························································································20

2.1.1

Reproduction and ontogeny····························································································21

2.1.2

Shell morphology ·············································································································23

2.1.3 Principles for orientation and measurement ·································································27 2.1.4 Adopted taxonomic classification (Fossil Ostracods)·················································30 2.1.5

§2.2 Methodology ·······························································································································33

Sampling····························································································································33

2.2.1

Extracting···························································································································33

2.2.2 Picking, scanning and identifying··················································································38 2.2.3

§2.3 Systematic descriptions···············································································································40

Chapter 3 General features and distribution of ostracod faunas·······························································89 §3.1 Ostracod distribution in studied sections ···················································································89

Dongpan Section (DP)·····································································································89





3.1.1

Liuqiao Section (LQ)·······································································································89

3.1.2

Shaiwa Section (SW)·······································································································89

3.1.3

Chaohu Section (CH)·······································································································94

3.1.4 §3.2 General features and correlation with previous studies·····························································94

Chapter 4 Paleoecological analysis············································································································99

§4.1 General paleoenvironmental interpretations with ostracod tool···············································99

§4.2 Paleobathymetric variation·······································································································102

Introduction of concept··································································································102

4.2.1

Adopted model················································································································106

4.2.2 Paleobathymetric evaluation on ostracod faunas·······················································107 4.2.3

Integration with other data ····························································································111

4.2.4

§4.3 Oxygen level reconstruction·····································································································114

Oxygen level reconstruction by other data ·································································115 4.3.1 Generality on ostracod alimentation mode·································································116 4.3.2 Oxygen level reconstruction on ostracods ··································································118 4.3.3

Discussion························································································································121

4.3.4 Chapter 5 Was there an "Extinction Event" in Deep Water Ostracod Faunas?····································123 §5.1 Review on ostracod extinction during Permian-Triassic events ············································123 §5.2 “Extinction event” in the studied ostracod faunas···································································125 Discussion on several hotspots related to the extinction event································125 5.2.1 Concrete discussion on Dongpan and Liuqiao faunas ··············································127 5.2.2

Comparison and Discussion ·························································································133

5.2.3

Chapter 6 Conclusions and Perspectives·································································································139

§6.1 Conclusions ·······························································································································139

§6.2 Perspectives ·······························································································································142

References·····························································································································································145

Appendices····························································································································································161

Appendix 1: Index of figures and tables··································································································161

Appendix 2: Alphabetic index of identified species in this dissertation················································167

Appendix 3: Published paper···················································································································172

Plate & Plate Captions··········································································································································201

1 2008/5 PhD dissertation of University of Pierre Marie Curie & China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Preface

Ostracod, a small bi-valved animal, is one of the most widespread and diverse crustaceans with 33,000 living and fossil species (Holmes & Chivas, 2002, p.5). These small crustacean have a long temporal repartition since the Ordovician and a vast spatial distribution in all aquatic and some semi-terrestrial environments. Both the ostracod individual and assemblage has a sensitive relationship with all (paleo)physiochemical conditions of their habitats. Thus ostracoda play an important role in (paleo) environmental reconstructions, especially during the great transitional interval of the geological history.

Brief review on Late Permian ostracod study in South China

The end-Permian mass extinction was the largest event among the “Big Five” during the Phanerozoic history (Sepkoski, 1981; Erwin, 1994). As the other marine organisms, ostracods suffered drastic change (Wang, 1978; Hao, 1994, 1996; Wang & Wang, 1997; Crasquin-Soleau et al., 2004, 2007;

Yi, 2004).

In South China, Late Permian strata are well and widely exposed. Many previous studies on Late Permian shallow water ostracod faunas in South China have been evolved in the taxonomy, biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironment (Wang, 1978; Chen & Shi, 1982; Shi & Chen, 1987, 2002;



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