Geoconservation
1. Management of the Palaeozoic Palaeontological Heritage Associated With Metamorphic Bedrocks: Courel Mountains UNESCO Global Geopark (Spain)

Daniel Ballesteros; Manuel García-Ávila; José B. Diez; Ramón Vila; Xosé Carlos Barros; Juan Carlos Gutiérrez-Marco; Pablo Caldevilla; Martín Alemparte

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.30486/gcr.2020.1912243.1039

Abstract
  The Spanish Courel Mountains UNESCO Global Geopark has strong educational and touristic resources despite limited preservation of Paleozoic invertebrate fossil assemblages within metamorphic rocks. The paleontological sites are managed by means of their inventory and integration in a Geographical Information ...  Read More

Geoconservation
2. The Silurian Section of the Valle syncline (Sierra Norte de Sevilla UNESCO Global Geopark, Spain) as an International Standard for Graptolite Biostratigraphy

Juan Carlos Gutierrez-Marco; David K. Loydell; Petr Storch

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.30486/gcr.2020.1908691.1032

Abstract
  The Paleozoic succession of the Sierra Norte de Sevilla UNESCO Global Geopark (Ossa Morena Zone of the Iberian Massif, SW Spain) includes a nearly complete Silurian succession, ca. 150 m thick, deposited in an outer shelf setting. In the core part of the Valle syncline, the El Pintado-1 section exhibits ...  Read More

3. The Checa Silurian Section, an Outstanding Fossil Site in the Molina-Alto Tajo UNESCO Global Geopark, Spain

Juan Carlos Gutierrez-Marco; Petr Storch

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.30486/gcr.2021.1912072.1037

Abstract
  The Paleozoic succession in the Nevera inlier of the Molina-Alto Tajo UNESCO Global Geopark (Western Iberian Cordillera, NE Spain) includes an incomplete, richly fossiliferous Silurian succession, ca. 350‒400 m thick, at the locality of Checa, one of the geosites of international interest in the Paleozoic ...  Read More