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Foraminiferal assemblages from the bajocian global stratotype section and point (GSSP) at Cape Mondego (Portugal)
A detailed study of the benthic foraminiferal assemblages at the Bajocian Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP— Murtinheira section, Lusitanian Basin, western Portugal) presented hereinExpand
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Latest Toarcian-earliest Bajocian (Jurassic) Grammoceratinae (Hildoceratidae,Ammonitina) of the western Tethys: Their palaeobiogeographic andphylogenetic significance
Grammoceratinae (Hildoceratidae, Ammonitina) abound in the Toarcian strata of many western Tethyan localities, especially the Subbetic and Lusitanian basins (of southern Spain and central westernExpand
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Foraminifera of the Toarcian-Aalenian boundary from the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal): a paleoecological analysis
The detailed study of 37 well preserved benthic foraminiferal assemblages sampled throughout the upper Toarcian-middle Aalenian in two well calibrated sections representing different facies withinExpand
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Palynology of the Morro do Chaves Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Sergipe Alagoas Basin, NE Brazil: Paleoenvironmental implications for the early history of the South Atlantic
Abstract The break-up of Gondwana and the origin of related source rocks and reservoir intervals of the Brazilian coastal basins are being increasingly studied in the last decades. In this contextExpand
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Foraminifera from the Lower-Middle Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin, Portugal: biostratigraphic and palaeocological significance
The detailed study of benthic foraminifera of four reference sections from the Lower-Middle Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin has allowed the recognition of the biozonal scale based on foraminifera,Expand
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Foraminifera from theAalenian and theBajocianGSSP ( Middle Jurassic ) of Murtinheira section ( Cabo Mondego , West Portugal ) : Biostratigraphy and paleoenvironmental implications
The detailed study of benthic foraminifera in 28 samples from Late Toarcian–Aalenian–Early Bajocian hemipelagic sediments of the Murtinheira section (Cabo Mondego, Lusitanian Basin, West Portugal),Expand