Stratigraphy. The Sakmarian stage is named after the Sakmara River in the Ural Mountains, a tributary to the Ural River. The stage was introduced into scientific ...
Sakmarian Stage, Permian Period in geologic time Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Source: International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS) second of the four stages of ...
Sakmarian Stage . the second stage from the bottom in the lower series of the Permian system. It was identified by the Soviet geologist V. E. Ruzhentsev in 1936.
Sakmarian [säk′mär·ē·ən] (geology) A European stage of geologic time; the lowermost Permian, above Stephanian of Carboniferous and below Artinskian.
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In the geologic timescale, the Sakmarian is an age or stage of the Permian. It is a subdivision of the Cisuralian epoch or series. The Sakmarian lasted between 295.5 ...
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Artinskian: 283.5–290.1: Sakmarian: 290.1–295.0: Asselian: 295.0–298.9: Carboniferous: ... In the geologic timescale, the Artinskian is an age or stage of the ...