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The Permian of Timor: stratigraphy, palaeontology and palaeogeography
The Permian of Timor in the Lesser Sunda Islands has attracted the attention of palaeontologists since the middle of the nineteenth century because of the richness, diversity and excellent state ofExpand
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Middle Albian stratigraphy in the Anglo-Paris basin
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The Albian stage and substage boundaries
Following discussions at the Second International Symposium on Cretaceous Stage Boundaries, held in Brussels, 8-16 September 1995, the Working Group has identified two possible GSSP's (GlobalExpand
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The stratigraphy of the Gault and Upper Greensand of the Weald
A brief review of the stratigraphy of the Lower Gault (Middle Albian) sediments is followed by a description of the Upper Gault and Upper Greensand in which new information is given. Sections in theExpand
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The Early Aptian of Aralar (northern Spain): stratigraphy, sedimentology, ammonite biozonation, and OAE1
The stratigraphy, sedimentology, ammonite faunas, and geochemistry of the early Aptian of the Aralar Mountains in northern Spain are described. This area contains a 983-m-thick succession ofExpand
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Correlation of Albian European and Tethyan ammonite zonations and the boundaries of the Albian Stage and substages: some comments
Although the so-called ‘standard’ ammonite zonation of the Albian contains index species which occur in the Tethyan province, the scheme largely reflects the faunal succession in the European faunalExpand
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Geology of London, UK
Abstract The population of London is around 7 million. The infrastructure to support this makes London one of the most intensively investigated areas of upper crust. However construction work inExpand
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The Gault and its Junction with the Woburn Sands in the Leighton Buzzard Area, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire
Sections in the Gault and of the Gault-Woburn Sands junction exposed in the Leighton Buzzard area of Bedfordshire are described. These give a much clearer picture of the ammonite zonal stratigraphyExpand
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