Cretaceous Marine Nutrients, Greenhouse Carbonates, and the Abundance of Turritelline Gastropods

@article{Allmon2007CretaceousMN,
  title={Cretaceous Marine Nutrients, Greenhouse Carbonates, and the Abundance of Turritelline Gastropods},
  author={W. Allmon},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  year={2007},
  volume={115},
  pages={509 - 523}
}
  • W. Allmon
  • Published 2007
  • Geology
  • The Journal of Geology
Modern marine carbonate sediments accumulate where carbonate‐producing organisms are abundant and siliciclastic input is low. Such accumulations occur today in two main environments and may be characterized as warm, low‐nutrient (WLN; also known as tropical or chlorozoan) carbonates or cool, high‐nutrient (CHN; also known as cool‐water, temperate, nontropical, foramol, or heterozoan) carbonates. Few carbonates form today in warm, high‐nutrient (WHN) conditions because such environments are very… Expand
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