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Geochemical and radiogenic isotope records of the Weissert Event in south Tethyan sediments

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posted on 2022-12-06, 12:01 authored by M. Shmeit, C. Chauvel, F. Giraud, E. Jaillard, S. Reboulet, M. Masrour, J. E. Spangenberg, A. El-Samrani
Fig. S2. Location of selected samples (arrows) in Zalidou and DSDP Hole 416A; colors correspond to the pre-Weissert Event (blue), Weissert Event (green) and post-Weissert Event intervals (orange), following Shmeit et al. (2022). In Zalidou, the recognized stages are plotted with, the ammonite biostratigraphy (zones/subzones), calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy (zones/subzones), sedimentary discontinuities (D0 to D8) and lithology (Reboulet et al. 2022; Shmeit et al. 2022). In Hole 416A, the recognized stages are plotted with, the calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy (zones/subzones) same as for Zalidou, the lithological units, magnetic anomalies and lithology. Also, in Hole 416A, the Berriasian/Valanginian boundary is fixed following Čepek and Gartner (1980), and the top of the Valanginian stage is fixed following Shmeit et al. (2022). Abbreviations: Berr., Berriasian; Haut., Hauterivian; T. pertra., T. pertransiens; N. prem., N. premolicus; N. neocomiensi., N. neocomiensiformis; B. camp., B. campylotoxus; K. i., K. inostranzewi; S. ver., S. verrucosum; K. pro.; K. pronecostatum; T. c., Tescheniceras callidiscum and magnetic anom., magnetic anomalies.