Dating late Miocene marine incursions across Argentina and Uruguay with Sr-isotope stratigraphy

  title={Dating late Miocene marine incursions across Argentina and Uruguay with Sr-isotope stratigraphy},
  author={Claudia J. R{\'i}o and Sergio Mart{\'i}nez and John M. McArthur and Matthew Thirlwall and Leandro Mart{\'i}n P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Journal of South American Earth Sciences},

A Complex Association of Invertebrates, Vertebrates and Trace Fossils in the Marine Camacho Formation (Late Miocene of Uruguay): Biostratigraphy and Paleoenvironments

Abstract. A complex fossil association from the San Pedro Member of the Camacho Formation (late Miocene) in Puerto Arazatí, San José department, southern Uruguay, is documented in this paper.

Diversity and biostratigraphy of the late Oligocene-late Miocene sand dollars (Echinoidea: Scutelliformes) of Argentina and Uruguay

Introduction: Scutelliforms were diverse and widespread in shallow marine environments during Neogene times in South America. Nevertheless, they have almost never been used as biostratigraphic tools.

Last interglacial (MIS 5e) sea-level proxies in southeastern South America

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Chronology of recent sedimentary infill of the Inner Río de la Plata Estuary, Argentina

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Isotopic, paleontologic, and ichnologic evidence for late Miocene pulses of marine incursions in the central Andes

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Middle Miocene tectonic development of the Transition Zone, Salta Province, northwest Argentina: Magnetic stratigraphy from the Metan Subgroup, Sierra de Gonzalez

Magnetostratigraphy, isotopic dating, and sandstone petrography establish age limits on the depositional history of 2100 m of foreland basin strata in the Neogene Metan Subgroup of northwest


ln this presentation, we compare the paleogeographie evolution of continental South America with the established plate tectonic history of the oceanic crust of the South American and African Plates.

Nature and Origin of Spectacular Marine Miocene Shell Beds of Northeastern Patagonia (Argentina): Paleoecological and Bathymetric Significance

Abstract Biofacies and taphonomic analysis has allowed for the reconstruction of the paleoenvironmental history of accumulation of a series of spectacular mollusk-dominated shell-concentrations from

Development of the Miocene Manantiales foreland basin, Principal Cordillera, San Juan, Argentina

ABSTRACT. Based on study of the ages and nature of Cenozoic nonmarine clastic strata of the Manantiales basin, at the boundary between the Principal and Frontal Cordilleras of the Andes of southern