Growth of ancient carbonate mounds: In bathyal depths or in shallow shelf waters?


Carbonate mounds are important and ubiquitous components of the sedimentary rock record throughout the Phanerozoic. They have been formed by a variety of organisms since the early Paleozoic. The structure and genesis of fossil... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Elias Samankassou (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Geneva)
  2. Dierk Hebbeln (MARUM — Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen)

Topic Areas

Topics: Biotic sedimentary processes , Topics: The frontiers of sedimentology


MS12 » Microbiology and sediments II (17:00 - Wednesday, 25th May, FES 1)

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