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Comparison of lacustrine successions and their palaeohydrological implications in two sub-basins of the Triassic Cuyana rift, Argentina
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2015-12)
Continental carbonates are rich in paleoclimatic, paleoenvironmental, and paleontologic information. While carbonate sedimentation-precipitacion mechanisms have been described for different continental environments and in ...
Asociaciones de Diatomeas en Paleoambientes Cuaternarios de la Costa Sur de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
(Instituto de Geociências /Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2002)
Excerpts From The 6th Latin American Congress Of Sedimentology
(SOC BRASILEIRA GEOLOGIASAO PAULO, 2015)
Sedimentology and alluvial architecture of the Bajo Barreal Formation (Upper Cretaceous) in the Golfo San Jorge Basin: outcrop analogues of the richest oil-bearing fluvial succession in Argentina
This study addresses the sedimentology, architecture and dimensions of fluvial deposits in the Bajo Barreal Formation (Upper Cretaceous) in the Codo del Senguerr anticline, Golfo San Jorge Basin, Argentina. The stratigraphic ...
Negative sea level oscillation in Bahía Blanca Estuary related to a Global Climatic Change around 2,650 yr B.P
(Coastal Education & Research Foundation, 2006-12)
Bathymetric and side scan sonar surveys, sedimentological analyses and boreholes carried out in the external zone of Bahía Blanca Estuary, determined the regional presence of cohesive fine-stratified layers cropping out ...
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction based on charophytes andsedimentology: Can the mid-Holocene Optimum be recognised inwestern Argentina?
(Elsevier Science, 2014-09-06)
We sought to recognise to which extent the mid-Holocene Optimum can be identified in the Río Jarilla region of western Argentina, situated at the boundaries of the South American Arid Diagonal. The palaeoenvironmental ...
Shell beds from the Low Head Member (Polonez Cove Formation, early Oligocene) at King George Island, west Antarctica: new insights on facies analysis, taphonomy and environmental significance
(Cambridge Univ Press, 2014-08-01)
Shell bed levels in the Low Head Member of the early Oligocene Polonez Cove Formation at King George Island, West Antarctica, are re-interpreted based on sedimentological and taphonomic data. The highly fossiliferous Polonez ...