The chitinozoan diversity curve displays a lowstand within this biozone (see Nestor 2009b).
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LST stands for Lowstand
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It is speculated that during late glacial lowstands of the Arabian Gulf, combined with the enhanced Shamal winds of this time period, dunes were piled up in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia and moved onwards in SSE direction towards the Gulf of Salwa.
These sandstones are interpreted to have been deposited during a Mid- to Late Famennian lowstand period in erosional channels as seen on seismic inversion sections.
The predominance of flooding surfaces and the apparent absence of lowstand exposure surfaces reflect the rapid subsidence of the Cumberland Basin controlled by active basin-margin faults and salt withdrawal.
rather than that of Hunt and Tucker, who established the FSST nomenclature and placed the sequence boundary between the FFST and Lowstand System Tract.
Thus, it seems unlikely that these terraces formed prior to the last glacial sea-level lowstand.
Populations may have crossed the Bab al Mandab during lowstands or they may have employed boat technology to cross the Strait.
The lowstand system tract is represented by the succession from the reef facies to crinoid--foraminiferal packstones of the inner platform foreslope.