Ammonite-radiolarian assemblage, Tobago Volcanic Group, Tobago, West Indies—Implications for the evolution of the Great Arc of the Caribbean

@inproceedings{Snoke2001AmmoniteradiolarianAT,
  title={Ammonite-radiolarian assemblage, Tobago Volcanic Group, Tobago, West Indies—Implications for the evolution of the Great Arc of the Caribbean},
  author={Arthur W. Snoke and P. J. Noble},
  year={2001}
}
An unusually fossiliferous sedimentary sequence is exposed near Scarborough, Tobago, West Indies. It occurs within the Tobago Volcanic Group above an undifferentiated sequence of volcaniclastic breccia and lava and includes volcanogenic sedimentary rocks at the base of the Bacolet Formation. An ammonite-radiolarian assemblage has been recovered from this sedimentary interval in the Tobago Volcanic Group. Ammonites from the Spring Gardens quarry are moderately evolute and have unbranched ribs… CONTINUE READING

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