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Rapport Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse
The German mining term lagerstatten, referring to a rock of any composition containing constituents of economic interest, has been widely applied to occurrences of abundant or unusually well preserved fossils (cf. Seilacher et al., 1985). The Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale of western Canada is perhaps the most famous of all fossil-lagerstatt, with many of the approximately 140 known species preserving exquisite details of the soft anatomy of members of a community of organisms that wasdoi:10.34194/rapggu.v155.8180 fatcat:bzxtuefpmbd5hjojoitfkno6ea