Palynology and stratigraphy of the Mesozoic Khorat Group red bed sequences from Thailand

@inproceedings{Racey2009PalynologyAS,
  title={Palynology and stratigraphy of the Mesozoic Khorat Group red bed sequences from Thailand},
  author={A. Racey and J. S. Goodall},
  year={2009}
}
  • A. Racey, J. S. Goodall
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • Abstract New palynological results are presented and integrated with previous data for the Mesozoic Khorat Group continental red bed succession of NE Thailand. The Khorat Group is traditionally considered to comprise, from bottom to top, the Nam Phong, Phu Kradung, Phra Wihan, Sao Khua, Phu Phan and Khok Kruat Formations. The group is unconformably overlain by the continental evaporitic Maha Sarakham Formation, which has been palynologically dated as mid-Albian–Cenomanian, therefore giving a… CONTINUE READING
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