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The Cretaceous was punctuated by several episodes of accelerated global change, defined as Oceanic Anoxic Events (OAE), that reflect abrupt changes in global carbon cycling. In this progress report, we present a new drill core recovering an Aptian section spanning OAE1a in southern Spain. The Cau section is located in the easternmost part of the Prebetic Zone (Betic Cordillera). All the studies performed reveal that the Cau section represents an excellent site to further investigate OAE1a.
Articles | Volume 21
Sci. Dril., 21, 41–46, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-41-2016
Sci. Dril., 21, 41–46, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-41-2016

Progress report 10 Aug 2016

Progress report | 10 Aug 2016

New drilling of the early Aptian OAE1a: the Cau core (Prebetic Zone, south-eastern Spain)

Pedro Alejandro Ruiz-Ortiz et al.

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The Cretaceous was punctuated by several episodes of accelerated global change, defined as Oceanic Anoxic Events (OAE), that reflect abrupt changes in global carbon cycling. In this progress report, we present a new drill core recovering an Aptian section spanning OAE1a in southern Spain. The Cau section is located in the easternmost part of the Prebetic Zone (Betic Cordillera). All the studies performed reveal that the Cau section represents an excellent site to further investigate OAE1a.
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