Assinaturas tafonômicas em moluscos recentes e seu significado paleoambiental

Autores

  • Fernando Erthal Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  • Matias do Nascimento Ritter Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  • Carla Bender Kotzian Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/td.v13i1.8648624

Palavras-chave:

Tafonomia atualística. Moluscos marinhos. Registro fóssil.

Resumo

A partir do tipo de dano (injúria) presente nos restos bioclásticos é possível inferir os processos de alteração de informação biológica que agem durante a incorporação destes restos no registro fossilífero. Tais danos, denominadas assinaturas tafonômicas, possuem direta relação com os fatores ambientais que atuaram após a morte e durante a permanência dos bioclastos no sedimento antes da fossilização final, e durante a eodiagênese. Assim, é possível interpretar as condições ambientais a partir da identificação do padrão de assinaturas tafonômicas presentes (perfil de dano) nos restos fossilizáveis. Propósito deste texto é explorar os prinpadrão de assinaturas tafonômicas presentes (perfil de dano) nos restos fossilizáveis. propósito deste texto é explorar os principais tipos de dano presentes em restos de moluscos (conchas) de acordo com sua origem ambiental. Além disso, será explicado como funciona, tafonomicamente, o intervalo sedimentar onde as assinaturas se originam, com detalhamento da bioturbação e dos principais aspectos geoquímicos presentes nesta zona de alteração dos restos biológicos. Será dada maior ênfase em estudos conduzidos com restos de moluscos marinhos, por serem mais bem conhecidos e mais numerosos na bibliografia. Também será demonstrada a viabilidade de interpretação paleoambiental a partir das assinaturas tafonômicas em moluscos.

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Biografia do Autor

Fernando Erthal, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Departamento de Paleontologia Estratigrafia do Instituto de Geociência da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande so Sul

Matias do Nascimento Ritter, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Doutorando do programa de pós graduação do Instituo de Geociência da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Carla Bender Kotzian, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biodiversidade Animal do Centro de Ciências Naturais e Exatas da Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

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ERTHAL, F.; RITTER, M. do N.; KOTZIAN, C. B. Assinaturas tafonômicas em moluscos recentes e seu significado paleoambiental. Terrae Didatica, Campinas, SP, v. 13, n. 1, p. 4–29, 2017. DOI: 10.20396/td.v13i1.8648624. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/td/article/view/8648624. Acesso em: 27 out. 2021.

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