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The Cenomanian-Turonian boundary at Eastbourne (Sussex, UK): a proposed European reference section
The Cenomanian‐Turonian boundary (CTB) section at Eastbourne, Sussex, England is the thickest at outcrop in the Anglo‐Paris Basin, is rhythmic throughout, rich in macro-, micro- and nanno-fossils,Expand
Oceanic primary productivity and dissolved oxygen levels at the Cretaceous/Tertiary Boundary: Their decrease, subsequent warming, and recovery
Thirty-six different geochemical and foraminiferal analyses were conducted on samples collected at closely spaced intervals across the Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary exposed at Caravaca, Spain. AExpand
Spike of pyrosynthetic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons associated with an abrupt decrease in δ13C of a terrestrial biomarker at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary at Caravaca, Spain
The first vertical high-resolution record of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) of pyrosynthetic origin and the corresponding δ 13 C profile of a terrestrial biomarker across theExpand
The Global Boundary Stratotype and Section Point (GSSP) for the Base of the Santonian Stage, "Cantera de Margas", Olazagutia, Northern Spain
The GSSP for the base of the Santonian Stage is defined at 94.4 m in the eastern border of the "Cantera de Margas" quarry, Olazagutia (Navarra, N. Spain: 42o 52' 05.3" N, 2o 11' 40" W) and marked byExpand
Quantitative estimates of calcareous nannofossil changes across the Plenus Marls (latest Cenomanian), Dover, England: implications for the generation of the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event
Quantitative data on absolute abundance and diversity of nannofossils, insoluble residues, δ13C and δ18O from the top Abbots Cliff Chalk, through the Plenus Marls and into the Melbourn Rock at Dover,Expand
Fossil occurrences in the Upper Cenomanian-Lower Turonian at Ganuza, northern Spain: an approach to Cenomanian/Turonian boundary chronostratigraphy☆
An Upper Cenomanian to Lower Turonian section has been sampled in the vicinity of Ganuza, northern Spain. Ammonoids, inoceramids and microfossils including foraminifera and calcareous nannofossilsExpand
The Cenomanian–Turonian boundary event and dinocyst record at Ganuza (northern Spain)
Abstract An excellent record of the Cenomanian–Turonian transition zone occurs in an expanded section near the village of Ganuza, northern Spain. The sequence at Ganuza shows no evidence ofExpand
Catastrophic extinction of planktonic foraminifera at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary evidenced by stable isotopes and foraminiferal abundance at Caravaca, Spain
We present data demonstrating constant δ13C values in 12 common planktonic foraminiferal species, which constitute >99% of the total specimens (>63 mu m) in assemblages collected across theExpand
Foraminiferal stratigraphy of Late Cretaceous red beds in southern Tibet
Abstract A group of red beds occurs in the hemipelagic to pelagic Upper Cretaceous succession of southern Tibet. They are composed of red shale, marl and foraminiferal wackestone and packstone, andExpand