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The Ediacaran to Cambrian Rift System of Southeastern South America: Tectonic Implications
The tectonic evolution of southeastern South America from the Middle Ediacaran to the Early Cambrian is marked by a series of small fault‐bounded siliciclastic and volcaniclastic basins and
Recurring extensional and strike-slip tectonics after the Neoproterozoic collisional events in the southern Mantiqueira province
In Eastern South America, a series of fault-bounded sedimentary basins that crop out from Southern Uruguay to Southeastern Brazil were formed after the main collisional deformation of the Brasiliano
Non-marine Ostracoda from the Aliança Formation in the north-central portion of the Jatobá Basin, Northeastern Brazil
This study presents the non-marine ostracode fauna from three localities of the Aliança Formation (upper Jurassic?), in the north-central portion of the Jatobá Basin. Twenty-two samples were
Tafonomy of macroinvertebrates and Albian marine ingression as recorded by the Romualdo Formation (Cretaceous, Araripe Basin, Brazil)
The Romualdo Formation, Araripe Basin, crops out in the municipality of Exu, Pernambuco State, exposing coquinas. Fauna survey, taphonomic analysis of the macrobenthos, and identification of
Paleolimnological reconstruction of a marginal area of Jurassic Capianga Lake, Jatobá Basin, northeast Brazil
The Aliança Formation, within the Brazilian Recôncavo–Tucano–Jatobá Rift System, is a succession of Late Jurassic sedimentary rocks that record the maximum flooding surface of shallow Capianga Lake
The Camaquã extensional basin: Neoproterozoic to early Cambrian sequences in southernmost Brazil
The Camaqua Basin is an extensional post-orogenic and pre-cratonic rift system of Neoproterozoic-Early Cambrian age located in the Gaucho Shield, Rio Grande do Sul, southernmost Brazil. The basin is
Facies architecture of the fluvial Missão Velha Formation (Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous), Araripe Basin, Northeast Brazil: paleogeographic and tectonic implications
Sedimentological analysis of the Missao Velha Formation (Araripe Basin, northeast Brazil) is the aim of this paper through detailed facies analysis, architectural elements, depositional systems and