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  • . The See also: of fossils from enormous thicknesses of Flysch makes the correlation with other formations difficult; often the only indications of organisms are the abundant markings supposed to represent See also: (Chondrites, &c.), which have given rise to the See also: " Hieroglyphic-See also: ." The most noteworthy exceptions are perhaps the Oligocene See also: -See also: of See also: , the Eocene nummulitic beds in See also: , and the Aptychus beds of Waidhofen.

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  • . Based on cross-observations performed on calcareous nannofossils and palynomorphs, we conclude that the Albidona Formation must be assigned to the Eocene and, based on these evidences, we make a review of the previous biostratigraphic literature.
  • . By considering stratigraphic and sedimentological features, we suggest a correlation of the Albidona Formation with analogue turbidite suites cropping out in the Apennines, discussing their significance in the context of the Eocene tectonic paroxysm in the Mediterranean area.

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  • . 2000) Italian Peninsula Umbria, northern Apennines Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene 43˚ CCW (Lowrie & Alvarez 1974) Umbria, northern Apennines Cretaceous and Eocene 25˚ CCW (Lowrie & Alvarez 1975) Post-Eocene rotations Gran Sasso, central Apennines Cretaceous to Pliocene Up to 90˚ CCW (Dela Pierre et al.
  • . 1994) Southern Apennines Late Miocene – middle Pliocene 39˚ CCW (Scheepers & Langereis 1994) Central Apennines Eocene - Oligocene 35˚±5˚ CCW (Mattei et al.

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  • . But that in lertiary bli nes there was a high interior zone of crystalline rocks is lit licated by the character of the Eocene beds in the southern re )ennines.
  • . at Be this as it may, the Apennines, excepting in Calabria, are (n ~med chiefly of Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous, Eocene and (n iocene beds.
  • . In the south the deposits, from the Trias to the ea ddle Eocene, consist mainly of limestones, and were laid re wn, with a few slight interruptions, upon a quietly subsiding te t-floor.
  • . In the later part of the Eocene period began the in ding which gave rise to the existing chain.

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  • . The Flysch is not of the same age in every place; thus in the western parts of Switzerland the oldest portions probably belong to the Eocene period, but the principal development is of Oligocene age; as it is traced eastward we find in the east Alps that it descends into the upper Cretaceous, and in the Vienna region and the Carpathians it contains intercalations which clearly indicate a lower Cretaceous horizon for the lower parts.
  • . The most noteworthy exceptions are perhaps the Oligocene fish-bed of Glarus, the Eocene nummulitic beds in Calabria, and the Aptychus beds of Waidhofen.

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  • . Planktonic foraminifer, extinction of Hantkenina Base of marl bed at 19m above base of Massignano quarry, Ancona, Italy Ratified 1992 Episodes 16 (3), p.379-382, 1993 Eocene Series base Priabonian Stage 37.2 0.1 Calibrated magnetic anomaly scale relative to base-Miocene and C24n Near lowest occurrence of calcareous nannofossil Chiasmolithus oamaruensis (base Zone NP18) Tiziano Bed, Alano section (Piave River; Veneto Prealps, Belluno province, N.
  • . Episodes article in preparation Paleocene Series base Thanetian Stage 58.7 0.2 Astronomical cycles in sediments scaled from base Paleocene, using base of magnetic polarity chronozone C26n.

    Facies 49 / 2003
  • . (2003): Paleoceanographic Implications of Smaller Benthic and Planktonic Foraminifera from the Eocene Pazin Basin (Coastal Dinarides, Croatia).- Facies, 49, 49-60, 5 Figs., 1 Tab., Erlangen Smaller benthic and planktonic foraminifera from the clastic sediments of the Pazin Basin (Istria, Croatia) were studied in order to obtain more data about paleoceanographic conditions that existed in the Middle Eocene Dinaric foreland basin.
  • . The succession investigated corresponds to the Middle Eocene planktonic foraminiferal zones Globigerapsis kugleri/Morozovella aragonensis (P11), Morozovella lehneri (P12), and Globigerapsis beckmanni (P13).

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  • . Shallow water benthic communities at the Middle-Upper Eocene boundary.
  • . Shallow water benthic communities at the Middle-Upper Eocene boundary.

  • . La zona di Lanciaia fra il Cretaceo inferiore e l'Eocene inferiore.

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  • . La giacitura invertita delle formazioni è dovuta al fatto che, a partire dall'Eocene, questi terreni paleozoici furono ripresi da nuove fasi orogeniche che diedero luogo a ricoprimenti.

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    Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Peter DeCelles
  • . Trip title: Paleocene synorogenic alluvial fan deposits of the Beartooth Range, Montana.
  • . DeCelles, P.G., Gehrels, G.E., Quade, J., and Ojha, T.P., 1998, Eocene-early Miocene foreland basin development and the history of Himalayan thrusting, western and central Nepal: Tectonics, v.
  • . DeCelles, P.G., and Currie, B.S., 1996, Long-term sediment accumulation in the Middle Jurassic-early Eocene cordilleran retroarc foreland basin system: Geology, v.
  • . DeCelles, P.G., 1994, Late Cretaceous-Paleocene synorogenic sedimentation and kinematic history of the Sevier thrust belt, northeast Utah and southwest Wyoming: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 106, 32-56.
  • . DeCelles, P.G., Gray, M.B., Ridgway, K.D., Cole, R.B., Srivastava, P., Pequera, N., and Pivnik, D.A., 1991, Kinematic history of foreland uplift from Paleocene synorogenic conglomerate, Beartooth Range, Wyoming and Montana: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 103, 1458-1475.
  • . G., 1996, Long-term sediment accumulation in the Middle Jurassic-Eocene Cordilleran foreland basin system: reconciling stratigraphic and structural/metamorphic records of mountain building: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 28, p.
  • . DeCelles, P.G., Cole, R.B., Gray, M.B., Pequera, N., Ridgway, K.D., Pivnik, D., and Srivastava, P., 1989, Paleocene-Eocene synorogenic sedimentation, northwestern Wyoming, U.S.A.: International Association of Sedimentologists, International Fluvial Congress, Barcelona, 117.
  • . 1992-1994 Incremental retrodeformation of NE Utah thrust belt using late Cretaceous-Paleocene synorogenic conglomerates: National Science Foundation, $65, 000.
  • . K., 1997, Evolution of Late Cretaceous-Paleocene nonmarine deposystems in the Thistle wedge-top basin, east central Utah: MS thesis, The University of Arizona, 65 p Currie, B.

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