Late Silurian Lau Event

Czehoslovakia Wales 1993

Fig. 11. The figure shows locations where previous studies have presented firm evidence for anomalies either in stable isotopes, biodiversity, or facies during the Lau Event. Stars with white dot indicate that the cited study does not include stable isotope data. AU - Austria (Schönlaub 1986; Wenzel 1997); CR - Czech Republic (Lehnert et al. 2003, 2007b), EB - East Baltic Area (Kaljo et al. 2003), NE - Nevada (Saltzman 2001), NSW - New South Wales (Talent et al. 1993), OK - Oklahoma (Saltzman 2001), PO - Poland (Kozlowski 2003), SW - Sweden (Samtleben et al. 2000; Calner and Eriksson 2006b)

Fig. 11. The figure shows locations where previous studies have presented firm evidence for anomalies either in stable isotopes, biodiversity, or facies during the Lau Event. Stars with white dot indicate that the cited study does not include stable isotope data. AU - Austria (Schönlaub 1986; Wenzel 1997); CR - Czech Republic (Lehnert et al. 2003, 2007b), EB - East Baltic Area (Kaljo et al. 2003), NE - Nevada (Saltzman 2001), NSW - New South Wales (Talent et al. 1993), OK - Oklahoma (Saltzman 2001), PO - Poland (Kozlowski 2003), SW - Sweden (Samtleben et al. 2000; Calner and Eriksson 2006b)

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