belemnite


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a conical calcareous fossil tapering to a point at one end and with a conical cavity at the other end containing (when unbroken) a small chambered phragmocone from the shell of any of numerous extinct cephalopods of the family Belemnitidae

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Strontium isotope profile of the early Toarcian (Jurassic) oceanic anoxic event, the duration of ammonite biozones, and belemnite palaeotemperatures.
And while Charmouth's gently sloping beach makes it ideal for playing in the sand, you may be able to entice the family into a search for the fossilised remains of an ammonite (pictured), belemnite or shell-shaped bivalve.
A secondary standard calibrated against a fossil belemnite from Pee Dee formation was used for comparison.
13]C values were expressed relative to Vienna-Pee Dee Belemnite (V-PDB) standard.
The squid-like belemnite fossil shown at the bottom of the page, showing its internal shell, ink sac, and other internal structures, supposedly demonstrates the rare preservation of the soft body outline.
Here, next to the ammonite, is the darkbullet shaped mark of a belemnite, which would have had squidlike tentacles emerging from it.
13]C, em relação ao padrão internacional Peedee Belemnite (PDB), com erro de análise da ordem de 0,2[par mille], e calculado pela Equação 1:
Hiking trails lead past floodplain forests, over the hills and ridges of the Tafeljura, where a practiced eye can still find many an ammonite or belemnite.
13]C values are reported in per mil relative to Vienna Pee Dee belemnite standard and the reproducibility was better than [+ or -] 0.
All values are expressed in standard delta notation relative to Vienna Pee Dee Belemnite (VPDB).
13]C ([per thousand]) data are relative to the Vienna Pee Dee Belemnite standard.