Short-lived early Cenomanian volcanic atolls of Mt. Carmel, northern Israel

@article{Bialik2021ShortlivedEC,
  title={Short-lived early Cenomanian volcanic atolls of Mt. Carmel, northern Israel},
  author={Or M. Bialik and Elias Samankassou and Aaron Meilijson and Nicolas D. Waldmann and Josh Steinberg and Kul Karcz and Yizhaq Makovsky},
  journal={Sedimentary Geology},
  year={2021},
  volume={411},
  pages={105805}
}

Stratigraphic evolution and karstification of a Cretaceous Mid‐Pacific atoll (Resolution Guyot) resolved from core‐log‐seismic integration and comparison with modern and ancient analogues

Atolls are faithful recorders helping us understand eustatic variations, the evolution of carbonate production through time, and changes in magmatic hotspots activity. Several early Cretaceous

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