Muschelkalk-Synopsis Completed

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More Muschelkalk than ever – Seven pounds in twin pack

The weighty monograph covers 1256 pages in two volumes of A4 format. The 56 chapters written by 41 authors from eight countries summarise the state of the art in Muschelkalk research and offer new data. The carefully harmonised chapters have an English summary and one chapter is completely in English. With 477 colour figures and full-page tableaus plus 48 tables, the monograph is opulently illustrated.

Text and artwork address scientists as well as the countless collectors of Muschelkalk fossils. The latter will find a plethora of data and an up to date overview of the abounding literature. A commenting research report with reference data of palaeontological Muschelkalk literature after Martin Schmidt‘s Lebewelt unserer Trias will also be welcome among geologists and palaeontologists. People who want to gain deeper insight into development, stratigraphy and fauna of the Muschelkalk in Central Europe, have to give attention to the Muschelkalk-Synopsis in the DGGV publication series. The Muschelkalk-Synopsis will certainly be a standard reference work for many years.

How to order a copy of the Muschelkalk Synopsis

The two-volume set is welded and distributed as a package. Members of DGGV and its sections and working groups are allowed a subscription price of €119 until 31 May 2021, afterwards the price is €149 (plus shipping and handling). The publishing house Schweizerbart´sche Verlagsbuchhandlung offers a subscription price of €159 until 31 May 2021. The regular price is €189 (shipping and handling within Germany included).

Bibliographic data

Hans Hagdorn & Theo Simon für die Subkommission Perm-Trias (Hrsg.) (2020): Stratigraphie von Deutschland XIII. Muschelkalk. – Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, Heft 91: 1256 S., 477 Abb., 48 Tab.; Berlin.

Please order from

DGGV-Geoshop: https://www.dggv.de/geoshop.html or info@dggv.de immediately through DGGV or Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchandlung: https://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/list/series/sdgg