A new age model for the middle Eocene deep-marine Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees

@inproceedings{Scotchman2014ANA,
  title={A new age model for the middle Eocene deep-marine Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees},
  author={I. Scotchman and Paul Bown and Kevin T Pickering and M. BouDagher-Fadel and N. J. Bayliss and Stuart A. Robinson},
  year={2014}
}
The middle Eocene Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees, comprises ~4 km of deepmarine sedimentary rocks belonging to the Hecho Group. Despite extensive study of these exemplary deep-marine clastic successions, there has been no comprehensive chronostratigraphic framework that provides primary ages for the submarine fan and related deposits. Here, we present a new composite basin stratigraphy based upon biostratigraphic analyses of the Upper Hecho Group submarine-fan and interfan deposits. Calcareous… CONTINUE READING

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