Paleontological interpretations of crater processes and infilling of synimpact sediments from the Chesapeake Bay impact structure

@inproceedings{SelfTrail2009PaleontologicalIO,
  title={Paleontological interpretations of crater processes and infilling of synimpact sediments from the Chesapeake Bay impact structure},
  author={J. Self-Trail and L. Edwards and R. J. Litwin},
  year={2009}
}
  • J. Self-Trail, L. Edwards, R. J. Litwin
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • Using onshore sediments, Brenner (1963) recognized four pollen assemblage zones and Doyle and Robbins (1975) noted five pollen assemblage zones in different temporal subsets of the (?)Valanginian to Turonian time range. Both studies subdivided the second oldest zone into three subzones. Using offshore sediments, Bebout (1981) also noted five pollen assemblage zones through this time range, but assigned their respective ages somewhat differently and used different index taxa to define his zones… CONTINUE READING

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