High-resolution magnetic susceptibility and geochemistry for the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary GSSP with correlation to time equivalent core


The Upper Cretaceous Cenomanian/Turonian (C/T) boundary represents the most significant thermal climatic event in the Mesozoic, and it has been well-studied. Here we present a relatively new approach for providing both independent, climate-based cyclostratigraphic analysis and correlation among C/T sections. We have collected samples for bulk (initial) low… (More)


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