Biostratigraphy and average linear sedimentation rate and accumulation rate of ODP Site 159-959 (Table 1), supplement to: Wagner, Thomas (2002): Late Cretaceous to early Quaternary organic sedimentation in the eastern Equatorial Atlantic. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 179(1-2), 113-147

Thomas Wagner
Reconstructing the long-term evolution of organic sedimentation in the eastern Equatorial Atlantic (ODP Leg 159) provides information about the history of the climate/ocean system, sediment accumulation, and deposition of hydrocarbon-prone rocks. The recovery of a continuous, 1200 m long sequence at ODP Site 959 covering sediments from Albian (?) to the present day (about 120 Ma) makes this position a key location to study these aspects in a tropical oceanic setting. New high resolution carbon...
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