A sedimentological study of the the early Aptian of the Cau drill-core (SE Spain): redox variations across Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a


Dark, laminated and organic-rich mud rocks, usually referred as “black shales”, are very typical of the Early Cretaceous rock record. They correspond to the so-called “Oceanic Anoxic Events” (OAE), and reflect abrupt... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Pedro Alejandro Ruiz Ortiz (University of Jaén)
  2. José Manuel Castro Jiménez (University of Jaén)
  3. Ginés Alfonso De Gea Guillén (University of Jaén)
  4. Ian Jarvis (University of Kingston)
  5. Hannes Loeser (UNAM, Hermosillo)
  6. Jose Miguel Molina (University of Jaén)
  7. Luis Miguel Nieto Albert (University of Jaén)
  8. Richard Pancost (University of Bristol)
  9. María Luisa Quijano López (University of Jaén)
  10. Matías Reolid Pérez (University of Jaén)
  11. Peter W. Skelton (Open University)
  12. Helmut Weissert (ETH Zürich, Geosciences)

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Topics: Sedimentary signatures of global changes


PS10 » Sedimentary signature of Global Changes - Poster Session (09:00 - Monday, 23rd May)

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