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Geology of Denmark Survey Bulletin was published by the Geological Survey of Denmark (DGU) between 1998 and 2001. It consists of two printed volumes of peer-reviewed monographs and research articles relevant to Danish geology and gesocience. This series replaced former series Danmarks Geologiske Undersøgelse Serie (A–D) and Række (1–5).

DGU merged with the Geological Survey of Greenland (GGU) in 1995 to form a single organisation, GEUS. The two surveys maintained their own scientific series until these too were merged into one, GEUS Bulletin, in 2003.

 


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Part of the map sheet 'København' (M 3130), 1:20 000

Part of the map sheet 'København' (M 3130), 1:20 000

Illustration: Part of the map sheet 'København' (M 3130), 1:20 000, enlarged x 1.3. Copyright: Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen. inset: Dr Poul Harder (photograph in the files of the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland) and three of the new gastropod species established in this bulletin.

Kaj Ingemann Schnetler

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries during urban excavations in the Copenhagen area, a rich mollusc fauna was recovered from the early Selandian (Late Paleocene) Lellinge Greensand. One location, Sundkrogen, attracted particular attention since the molluscs collected in 1920 from the newly exposed strata here became the subject of a long-lasting controversy about publication rights. One aspect of this conflict was that the collection made by Poul Harder was never studied in detail.

This bulletin recalls the controversy and describes the now submerged Sundkrogen locality in the context of a detailed study of the molluscs from this, and other, Danish localities. The study recognises 27 new mollusc species and one new genus. Selandian stratigraphy and palaeoenvironment are described, and affinities to other faunas in Europe and Greenland are discussed. 

Published: 2001-12-28
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