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  • ISBN 0930050010
  • ISBN13 978-0930050016
  • Language English
  • Author Johannes Walther
  • Publisher University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (1997)
  • Pages 273
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Synonyms: Law of facies; Walther’s law Definition: The Walther’s Law of Facies was introduced by the German geologist Johannes Walther (1860–1937) as an important geological principle, after the establishment of th. .

Synonyms: Law of facies; Walther’s law Definition: The Walther’s Law of Facies was introduced by the German geologist Johannes Walther (1860–1937) as an important geological principle, after the establishment of the concept of facies, one of the foundations of modern stratigraphy. Walther’s Law states that any vertical progression of facies is the result of a succession of depositional environments

Johannes Walther was one of the pioneers in sedimentology combining lithological and ecological aspects. Johannes Walther: The Law of Desert Formation-Present and Past. University of Miami, Geological Milestones IV, 273pp.

Johannes Walther was one of the pioneers in sedimentology combining lithological and ecological aspects. He was born July 20, 1860 in Neustadt/Orla, Germany and died May 4, 1937 in Hofgastein. Principles of Stratigraphy, 2, Dover. Johannes Walther's law of the correlation of facies. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 84: 979–988. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Der Weg zur Walther.

the law of desert formation, present and past

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Johannes Walther (July 20, 1860 in Neustadt an der Orla, Germany – May 4, 1937 in Bad Hofgastein, Germany) was a German geologist who discovered important principles of stratigraphy, including Walther's Law. Walther came from a religious home and studied botany, zoology, and philosophy at the University of Jena. In 1882 he successfully completed this course with a doctorate. Then he studied geology and palaeontology in Leipzig and later Munich.

As author of the law of correlation of facies, he was one of the first geologists to present a thorough discussion of the concept of facies.

Walther was the son of Kuno Walther, an evangelical clergyman, and his wife, Marianne Louise Schwabe Walther. He was educated in Dermbach-Rhön and in Eisenach. In 1879 he entered the University of Jena, where he studied biology and anatomy with E. A. Strasburger, Ernst Stahl, and Oscar and Richard Hertwig. As author of the law of correlation of facies, he was one of the first geologists to present a thorough discussion of the concept of facies. He also formulated the modern concept of diagenesis and was one of the founders of paleoecology.

Johannes Walther: The Law of Desert Formation - Present and Past. The Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory Division of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami: 273pp. Elsevier, Amsterdam: 222p. The desert of southeast Arabia: a product of Quaternary climatic change. In: Alsharhan AS, Glennie KW, Whittle GL and Kendall CGStC, Ed. Quaternary Deserts and Climatic Change. Balkema, Rotterdam: 279–291. The Desert of Southeast Arabia.

Johannes Walther's Law of the Correlation of Fades

Johannes Walther's Law of the Correlation of Fades. ABSTRACT T h e writings of Johannes Walther (18601937) have been neglected in the west and his Law of the Correlation (or Succession) of Facies has been ignored or misstated in many textbooks of stratigraphy. JOHANNES WALTHER'S LAWCORRELATION OF FACIES lowed him in the chair at Halle, has made important contributions to "Aktuopalontologie" and Walther's works have no doubt influenced workers in this field (for example, Schfer, 1962).

John Walther (1860 - 1937) between the reef and the desert - in 3D crime scene on the occasion of his 150th Birthday).

The Law of Desertification in the Present and the Past (Das Gesetz der Wüstenbildung in Gegenwart und Vorzeit), 2007 reprint. Modern Lithogenesis, 1883–84. Introduction to geology as a historical science (Einleitung in die Geologie als historische Wissenschaft), 1893–94. History of the Earth and Life, (Geschichte der Erde und des Lebens), 1908. General Palaeontology (Allgemeine Paläontologie), 1919–1927. John Walther (1860 - 1937) between the reef and the desert - in 3D crime scene on the occasion of his 150th Birthday).

INTRODUCTION The name of Johannes Walther is not well known to the present generation of English- speaking .

INTRODUCTION The name of Johannes Walther is not well known to the present generation of English- speaking stratigraphers and sedimentologists. If Walther is known at all, it is as the author of Walther's Law of Correlation of Facies. Walther was indeed one of the first geologists to give a thorough discussion of the concept of facies: he was also the first to formulate the modern concept of diagenesis (Dunoyer de Segonzac, 1968). Unfortunately, neither of these impor- tant concepts was popular among geologists writing in English until recent times

Johannes Walther (July 20, 1860 in Neustadt an der Orla, Germany – May 4, 1937 in Bad Hofgastein, Germany) was a German geologist who discovered important principles of stratigraphy, including Walther's Law.

Johannes Walther (July 20, 1860 in Neustadt an der Orla, Germany – May 4, 1937 in Bad Hofgastein, Germany) was a German geologist who discovered important principles of stratigraphy, including Walther's La. Neustadt an der Orla is a town in Saale-Orla-Kreis district, in Thuringia. It is situated at the small river Orla, 17 km north of Schleiz, and 25 km southeast of Jena. The former municipality Stanau was merged into Neustadt an der Orla in January 2019. Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe, lying between the Baltic and North Seas to the north, and the Alps to the south.