지질연대와 맞지 않는 화석들

지질연대와 맞지 않는 화석들 

(Anomalously Occurring Fossils)


    이 표는 지질시대와 맞지 않는 위치에서 발견된 화석들에 대한 200 여편 이상의 발표된 논문들을 정리해 놓은 표이다. 왼쪽부터 화석의 종류, 화석이 발견되어야할 적합한 시대, 비정상적으로 발견된 시대, 발견된 장소, 참고문헌 순이다. 화석들의 사례는 1)화석 종류별(보통) 2)적합한 시대별 3)비정상적 시대별 4)지리학적 위치별(국가, 주, 퇴적지층 등)과 같은 사항으로 분류되어 표로 만들어졌다. 참고문헌 70, 73, 77, 78, 88, 100, 150의 화석 예들은 물속에서(깊은 바다, 해안, 강어귀) 얻어졌고, 대부분의 다른 예들은 육상의 퇴적암 층에서 얻어졌다. 참고문헌 70, 17, 72, 82, 84, 89, 96, 147, 148, 153, 160은 아래 지층으로 '흘러 내려가 침투되었거나(downwash infiltration)”, 또는 ”오염(contamination)” 으로 추정하고 있다. 그리고 다른 대부분의 예들은 화석들이 젊은 시대의 지층들로 '미끄러져 들어갔다고(reworking)” 한다. 이 표에서 일부의 화석 사례들은 'reworking' 보다는 오히려 화석이 발견되는 지층범위가 확장되어야 한다고 저자들에 의해서 주장되었다. 이 표에서 2차적인 위치의 화석들, 가령 집괴성 구성물(constituents of conglomerates) 내의 화석들이나, 홍적세의 빙력토(Pleistocene glacial till)에 있는 현화식물 화석들의 수많은 예들은 포함되지 않았다.


 

 

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