Journal article

Facies, cycles, and controls on the evolution of a keep-up carbonate platform (Kimmeridgian, Swiss Jura)

  • Colombié, Claude UMR 5125, UFR Sciences de la Terre, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, Villeurbanne, France
  • Strasser, André Department of Geosciences, Geology unit, Fribourg University, Switzerland
    15.12.2005
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  • Sedimentology. - 2005, vol. 52(6), no. 1207
English During the Late Jurassic, accelerated ocean-floor spreading and associated sea-level rise were responsible for a worldwide transgression, which reached its maximum in the Late Kimmeridgian. In many Western European basins, this major sea-level rise led to the formation of marly and condensed sections. In the Swiss Jura, however, a shallow carbonate platform kept growing and only subtle changes... Show more…
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Faculté des sciences
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Géosciences
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  • English
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Geology
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