Biostratigraphic events close to the Tortonian-Messinian boundary at ODP Hole 107-654A (Table 1), supplement to: Channell, James E T; Rio, Domenico; Sprovieri, Rodolfo; Glacon, Georgette (1990): Biomagnetostratigraphic correlations from Leg 107 in the Tyrrhenian Sea. In: Kastens, KA; Mascle, J; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 107, 669-682

James E T Channell, Domenico Rio, Rodolfo Sprovieri & Georgette Glacon
Correlations of biostratigraphic datums to the geomagnetic reversal time scale (GRTS) at Leg 107 sites provide a means of correlating these datums to sections outside the Mediterranean. Unfortunately, poor recovery and core deformation due to rotary drilling at Sites 651, 652, and 654 severely hampered efforts to acquire detailed magnetostratigraphies and biostratigraphies. However, many biostratigraphic markers could be correlated to the GRTS, including those close to the Miocene/Pliocene and Tortonian/Messinian boundaries. These boundaries are interpreted...
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