Dinantian The Lower Carboniferous sub-System in western Europe, overlain by the Silesian and comprising the Tournaisian and Visean Series. It is dated at 362.5–332.9 Ma ( Harland et al., 1989) and is roughly contemporaneous with the Carboniferous Limestone (Britain), Kinderhockian, Osagean, Meramecian, and lower Chesterian (N.America).
Dinantian See Carboniferous.
Dinantian See CARBONIFEROUS.
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