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Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the Thomel Level (OAE2) in the Lambruisse section, Vocontian Basin, southeast France
The Thomel Level of the Lambruisse section in the Vocontian Basin (southeast France), which is marked by intercalations of black shales and organic-rich marls, accumulated during the oceanic anoxicExpand
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Litho-, bio- and chemostratigraphy across the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary (OAE 2) in the Vocontian Basin of southeastern France
The Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (OAE 2) was one of at least two large oceanic anoxic events during the Cretaceous Period, and it is characterized in the stratigraphic record by double positive peaks inExpand
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Cenozoic dynamics of shallow-marine biodiversity in the Western Pacific
Aim Cenozoic dynamics of large-scale species diversity patterns remain poorly understood, especially for the Western Pacific, in part, because of the paucity of well-dated fossil records from theExpand
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Prevailing oxic environments in the Pacific Ocean during the mid-Cretaceous Oceanic anoxic event 2.
The occurrence of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (OAE2) 94 million years ago is considered to be one of the largest carbon cycle perturbations in the Earth's history. The marked increase in the spatialExpand
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Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphic study of forearc basin sediments: Lower to Upper Cretaceous Budden Canyon Formation (Great Valley Group), northern California, USA
The results of a calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphic investigation of the North Fork Cottonwood Creek section of the Budden Canyon Formation (BCF; Hauterivian- Turonian) in northern CaliforniaExpand
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Calcareous nannofossils in surface sediments of the eastern and western South China Sea
Abstract A detailed interbasinal study of calcareous nannofossils in surface sediments and their environmental preferences was conducted across the South China Sea, from the upwelling area offExpand
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A New Cerithioidean Genus Megistocerithium (Gastropoda; Mollusca) from the Miocene of Southeast Asia: A Possible Relict of Mesozoic “Eustomatidae”
Abstract. Based upon large cerithiform gastropod specimens from the middle Miocene beds of Java, Indonesia and the Philippines, a new genus and new species, Megistocerithium magoi, is describedExpand
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