Macroturbidites of ODP Hole 103-641C, supplement to: Haggerty, Janet A; Germann, Scott H (1988): Resedimentation and diagenesis, including silicification, of Barremian-Aptian shallow-water carbonates from the Galicia Margin, Eastern North Atlantic, at Ocean Drilling Program Site 641. In: Boillot, G; Winterer, EL; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 103, 513-530

Janet A Haggerty & Scott H Germann
Barremian through uppermost Aptian strata from ODP Hole 641C, located upslope of a tilted fault block on the Galicia margin (northwest Spain), are syn-rift sediments deposited in the bathyal realm and are characterized by rapid sedimentation from turbidity currents and debris flows. Calcarenite and calcirudite turbidites contain shallow-water carbonate, terrigenous, and pelagic debris, in complete or partial Bouma sequences. These deposits contain abraded micritized bioclasts of reefal debris, including rudist fragments. The youngest turbidite containing...
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