Stable oxygen and carbon isotope compositions of Campanian grainstones and rudstones, supplement to: McClain, WR; Freeman-Lynde, R P; Lohmann, Kyger C (1988): Petrography and stable oxygen and carbon isotope compositions of campanian grainstones and rudstones, Northeast Providence Channel, Bahamas: ODP Leg 101, Hole 634A. In: Austin, JA Jr.; Schlager, W; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 101, 245-253

WR McClain, R P Freeman-Lynde & Kyger C Lohmann
Petrographic descriptions and stable oxygen and carbon isotope compositions of microsamples of Campanian-age sediment gravity-flow deposits from Northeast Providence Channel, Bahamas, indicate deep-marine cementation of shallow-marine skeletal grains that were transported to the channel during the Late Cretaceous. Shallow-marine components are represented by mollusks, especially rudists, and shallow-water benthic foraminifers as well as sparse echinoderm and algal grains. The sole evidence of diagenesis in shallow-marine environments consists of micrite envelopes around skeletal grains. Shallow-marine skeletal...
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