The Inoceramidae are a group of bivalves that became extinct in Cretaceous time. It is a group with many geological applications, mainly in the fields of biostratigraphy, paleoenvironmental analyses and evolution.
A REPORT FROM THE FIRST WORKSHOP ON EARLY TURONIAN INOCERAMIDS (Oct. 5-8, 1992) IN HAMBURG, GERMANY
LOWER TURONIAN EURAMERICAN INOCERAMIDAE:
A MORPHOLOGIC, TAXONOMIC, AND BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC OVERVIEW
An introduction to the principles of inoceramid nomenclature, taxonomy, morphometric research, and stratigraphy. Detailed figures and an appendix with important terms help to understand the specific language of inoceramidologists.