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First appearance datum

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First appearance datum (FAD) is a term used by geologists and paleontologists to designate the first appearance of a species in the geologic record. FADs are determined by identifying the geologically oldest fossil discovered, to date, of a particular species.[1] A related term is last appearance datum (LAD), the last appearance of a species in the geologic record.[2]

FADs are frequently used to designate segments in the geologic time scale. A given FAD can be used to define a Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP).[1] For example, the beginning of the Tremadocian Stage of the Ordovician Period is marked by the first appearance of the conodont Iapetognathus fluctivagus in the geologic record. This occurs in bed 23 of the rock formation known as the Green Point section, located in western Newfoundland, as well as in geologically correlated strata in many parts of the world.[3] However, diachronous FADs can be problematic for correlating chronostratigraphic units, particularly over longer distances.[1][4] Use of other data, such as radiometric data, may be ultimately necessary in order to establish more reliable correlations of chronostratigraphic units.[5]

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References

  1. ^ a b c Landing, Ed; Geyer, Gerd; Brasier, Martin D.; Bowring, Samuel A. (August 2013). "Cambrian Evolutionary Radiation: Context, correlation, and chronostratigraphy—Overcoming deficiencies of the first appearance datum (FAD) concept". Earth-Science Reviews. 123: 135. Bibcode:2013ESRv..123..133L. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.03.008 – via Astrophysics Data System.
  2. ^ "Last-appearance datum". Oxford Reference. Retrieved 2021-04-22.
  3. ^ "International Commission on Stratigraphy". stratigraphy.org. Retrieved 2021-04-05.
  4. ^ Servais, Thomas; Molyneux, Stewart G.; Li, Jun; Nowak, Hendrik; Rubinstein, Claudia V.; Vecoli, Marco; Wang, Wen Hui; Yan, Kui (2018). "First Appearance Datums (FADs) of selected acritarch taxa and correlation between Lower and Middle Ordovician stages". Lethaia. 51 (2): 248. doi:10.1111/let.12248. ISSN 1502-3931.
  5. ^ Pasquo, Mercedes di; Grader, George W.; Isaacson, Peter; Souza, Paulo A.; Iannuzzi, Roberto; Díaz-Martínez, Enrique (2015-10-03). "Global biostratigraphic comparison and correlation of an early Cisuralian palynoflora from Bolivia". Historical Biology. 27 (7): 891. doi:10.1080/08912963.2014.910204. ISSN 0891-2963. S2CID 129872538.

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