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Naissance de la stratigraphie (J. Gaudant)

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Cuvier & Brongniart (1822). – Description géologique des environs de Paris. Chez G. Dufour et E. d’Ocagne, Paris, VIII+428 p.

Deshayes G. (1831). – Tableau comparatif des espèces de coquilles vivantes avec les espèces de coquilles fossiles des terrains tertiaires de l’Europe, et des espèces de fossiles de ces terrains entr’eux. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France, (1)1, p. 185-187.

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Laudan R. (1976). – William Smith. Stratigraphy without Palaeontology. Centaurus, 20(3), p. 210-226.

Lehmann J.G. (1756). – Versuch einer Geschichte von Flötz-Gebürgen, Gottlieb August Lange, Berlin. Trad. fr. : Essai d’une histoire naturelle des couches de la Terre, Paris, 1759, 498 p.

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Oppel A. (1856-1858). – Die Juraformation Englands, Frankreichs und südwestlichen Deutschlands. Ebner und Seubert, Stuttgart, 857 p.

Orbigny A. d’ (1840-1847) – Paléontologie française. Terrains crétacés, Arthus Bertrand, Paris. (Cf. tomes 1, 2 et 4).

Orbigny A. d’ (1849-1852). – Cours élémentaire de Paléontologie et de Géologie stratigraphiques. Victor Masson, Paris, 2 vol., 299+847 p.

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Smith W. (1817). – The stratigraphical System of organized fossils, with reference to the specimens of the original geological collection in the British Museum. E. Williams, London, XI+118 p.

Werner A.G. (1787). – Kurze klassifikation und Beschreibung der verschiedenen Gebirgsarten, Waltherischen Hofbuchhandlung, Dresden, 28 p.

 

 

Calibration astronomique des échelles de temps géologiques (J. Laskar)

Boulila S., Galbrun B., Hinnov L., Collin P., Ogg J., Fortwengler D., and Marchand D. (2010). – Milankovitch and sub-Milankovitch forcing of the oxfordian (Late jurassic) terres noires formation (SE france) and global implications. Basin Research, 22, p. 717-732.

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Kuiper K.F., Deino A., Hilgen F.J., Krijgsman W., Renne P.R. and Wijbrans J.R. (2008). – Synchronizing rock clocks of Earth history. Science, 320, p. 500.

Laskar J. (1989). – A numerical experiment on the chaotic behaviour of the solar system. Nature, 338, p. 237.

Laskar J. (1990). – The chaotic motion of the solar system - a numerical estimate of the size of the chaotic zones. Icarus, 88, p. 266-291.

Laskar J., Fienga A., Gastineau M. and Manche H. (2011). – La2010: a new orbital solution for the long-term motion of the Earth. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 532, p. 89.

Laskar J., Robutel P., Joutel F., Gastineau M., Correia A.C.M. and Levrard B. (2004). – A long-term numerical solution for the insolation quantities of the Earth. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 428, p. 261–285.

Lourens L., Hilgen F., Laskar J., Shackleton N. and Wilson D. (2004). – The Neogene period, in F. Gradstein, J. Ogg and A. Smith (eds) “A Geological Timescale 2004”, p. 409-440.

Lourens L.J., Sluijs A., Kroon D., Zachos J.C., Thomas E., Röhl U., Bowles J. and Raffi I. (2005). – Astronomical pacing of late Palaeocene to early Eocene global warming events. Nature, 435, p. 1083-1087.

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Olsen P.E. and Kent D.V. (1999). – Long-period Milankovitch cycles from the late triassic and early Jurassic of eastern north America and their implications for the calibration of the early Mesozoic time-scale and the long-term behaviour of the planets. Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions, Series A, 357(1757), p. 1761-1786.

Olsen P.E. and Kent D.V. (1996). – Milankovitch climate forcing in the tropics of Pangea during the late Triassic. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 122(1-4), p. 1-26.

Pälike H., Frazier J. and Zachos J.C. (2006). – Extended orbitally forced palaeoclimatic records from the equatorial Atlantic ceara rise. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25(23-24), p. 3138–3149.

Pälike H., Laskar J. and N.J. Shackleton (2004). – Geologic constraints on the chaotic diffusion of the solar system. Geology, 32, p. 929-932.

Westerhold T., Röhl U., Laskar J., Raffi I., Bowles J., Lourens L.J. and Zachos J.C. (2007). – On the duration of magnetochrons C24r and C25n and the timing of early Eocene global warming events: Implications from the ocean drilling program leg 208 Walvis ridge depth transect. Paleoceanography, 22, PA2201.

Zachos J.C., Shackleton N.J., Revenaugh J.S., Pälike H. and Flower B.P. (2001). – Climate response to orbital forcing across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary. Science, 292, 5515, p. 274–278.

 

 

Un enregistrement exceptionnel des cycles astroclimatiques au Jurassique supérieur : Les Terres Noires oxfordiennes du Sud-Est de la France (S. Boulila)

Boulila S., Hinnov L.A., Huret E., Collin P.Y., Galbrun B., Fortwengler D., Marchand D. and Thierry J. (2008). – Astronomical calibration of the Early Oxfordian (Vocontian and Paris basins, France): Consequences of revising the Late Jurassic time scale. Earth Planet. Sc. Lett., 276, p. 40-51.

Boulila S., Galbrun B., Hinnov L.A., Collin P.Y., Ogg J.G., Fortwengler D. and Marchand D. (2010). – Milankovitch and sub-Milankovitch forcing of the Oxfordian (Late Jurassic) Terres Noires Formation (SE France) and global implications. Basin Research, 22, p. 717-732.

Boulila S., Galbrun B., Miller K.G., Pekar S.F., Browning J.V., Laskar J. and Wright J.D. (2011). – On the origin of Cenozoic and Mesozoic “third-order” eustatic sequences. Earth Science Reviews, 109, p. 94-112.

Cecca F., Martin Garin B., Marchand D., Lathuillère B. and Bartolini A. (2005). –Paleoclimatic control of biogeographic and sedimentary events in Tethyan and peri-Tethyan areas during the Oxfordien (Late Jurassic). Paleogeogr. Paleoclimatol. Paleoecol., 222, p. 10-32.

Fischer A.G. (1986). – Climatic rhythms recorded in strata. Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci., 14, p. 351-376.

Laskar J., Robutel P., Joutel F., Gastineau M., Correia A.C.M. and Levrard B. (2004). – A long-term numerical solution for the insolation quantities of the Earth. Astron. Astrophys., 428, p. 261-285.

Weedon G.P., Jenkyns H.C, Coe A.L. and Hesselbo S.P. (1999). – Astronomical of the Jurassic time scale from cyclostratigraphy in British mudrock formations. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc., 357, p. 1787-1813.

 

 

Premiers vertébrés et biostratigraphie du Paléozoïque moyen (A. Blieck)

Blieck A., Goujet D., Janvier P. and Meilliez F. (1995). – Revised Upper Silurian-Lower Devonian ichthyostratigraphy of northern France and southern Belgium (Artois-Ardenne). In: Arsenault M., Lelièvre H. et Janvier P. eds., Études sur les Vertébrés inférieurs (VIIe Symposium International, Parc de Miguasha, Québec, 9-22 Juin 1991). Bull. Mus. natl. Hist. nat., Paris, 4e sér., 17, C(1-4), p. 447-459, 6 fig.

Blieck A. and Turner S. eds. (2000). – Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biochronology and Global Marine/Non-Marine Correlation — Final Report of IGCP 328 (1991-1996). Cour. Forsch.-Inst. Senckenberg, 223, 575 p., 140 figs, 29 tables, 37 pl.

Blieck A. and Turner S. (2003). – Global Ordovician vertebrate biogeography. In: Servais T., Alvaro J.J. et Blieck A. eds., Early Palaeozoic Palaeo(bio)geographies of Western Europe and North Africa. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimat. Palaeoecol., Special Issue, 195(1-2), p. 37-54, 3 fig.

Long J.A. ed. (1993). – Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biostratigraphy and Biogeography. Belhaven Press, London, 369 p.

Schultze H.-P. (2005). – The first ten symposia on early/lower vertebrates (1967 – 2004). In: Richter, M. ed., 10th International Symposium on Early Vertebrates / Lower Vertebrates (Gramado, 24-28 May 2004). Rev. brasil. Paleont., 8(2), p. V-XVIII, 15 fig., 1 tabl.

Young G.C. and Zhu M. eds. (2010). – Middle Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biogeography, Palaeogeography and Climate (IGCP Project 491). Palaeoworld, Special Issue, 19(1-2), p. 205 p.

Zhao W.-J. and Zhu M. (2010). – Siluro-Devonian vertebrate biostratigraphy and biogeography of China. In: Young G.C. et Zhu M. eds., Middle Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biogeography, Palaeogeography and Climate (IGCP Project 491). Palaeoworld, Special Issue, 19(1-2), p. 4-26, 3 tabl., 6 fig.

 

 

Biochronologie à haute résolution et événements globaux: exemple des ammonoïdes du Trias inférieur (A. Brayard et C. Monnet)

Agterberg F.P. & Gradstein F.M. (1999). – The RASC method for ranking and scaling of biostratigraphic events. Earth-Science Reviews, 46, p. 1-25.

Brayard A., Escarguel G., Bucher H., Monnet C., Brühwiler T., Goudemand N., Galfetti T. & Guex J. (2009). – Good genes and good luck: ammonoid diversity and the end-Permian mass extinction. Science, 325, p. 1118-1121.

Brühwiler T., Bucher H., Brayard A. & Goudemand N. (2010). – High-resolution biochronology and diversity dynamics of the Early Triassic ammonoid recovery: the Smithian faunas of the Northern Indian Margin. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 297, p. 491-501.

Escarguel G. & Bucher H. (2004). – Counting taxonomic richness from discrete biochronozones of unknown duration: a simulation. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 202, p. 181-208.

Galfetti T., Bucher H., Ovtcharova M., Schaltegger U., Brayard A., Brühwiler T., Goudemand N., Weissert H., Hochuli P.A., Cordey F. & Guodun K. A. (2007). – Timing of the Early Triassic carbon cycle perturbations inferred from new U-Pb ages and ammonoid biochronozones. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 258, p. 593-604.

Guex J. (1991). – Biochronological correlations. Springer, Berlin, 252 p.

Kemple W.G., Sadler P.M. & Strauss D.J. (1995). – Extending graphic correlation to many dimensions: stratigraphic correlation as constrained optimization. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication, 53, p. 65-82.

Monnet C., Klug C., Goudemand N., De Baets K. & Bucher, H. (2011). – Quantitative biochronology of Devonian ammonoids from Morocco and proposals for a refined unitary association method. Lethaia, 44, p. 469-489.

Sadler P.M. (2004). – Quantitative biostratigraphy – achieving finer resolution in global correlation. Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 32, p. 187-213.

 

 

La biostratigraphie des nannofossiles calcaires. Potentiel, application et limites (S. Gardin et N. Thibault)

Bown P.R. (1998). – Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy. Chapman and Hall, London, 288 p.

Bralower T.J., Leckie R.M. et al. (1995). – An integrated Cretaceous microfossil biostratigraphy; Geochronology, time scales and global stratigraphic correlation. Special Publication SEPM, 54, p. 65-79.

Burnett J.A. (1998). – Upper Cretaceous. In: Bown P.R. (Ed.), Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphy. Chapman and Hall, London, p. 132-199

Martini E. (1971). – Standard Tertiary and Quaternary calcareous nannoplankton zonation. Planktonic Conference, 2e, proceedings, Rome, edizioni tecnoscienza.

Okada H. and Bukry D. (1980). – Supplementary modification and introduction of code numbers to the low-latitude coccolith biostratigraphic zonation (Bukry, 1973; 1975). Marine Micropaleontology, 5(3), p. 321-325.

Perch-Nielsen K. (1983). – Recognition of Cretaceous stages by means of calcareous nannofossils. In: Symposium on Cretaceous stage boundaries, Copenhagen October 18-21, 1983, Abstracts (Birkelund T. et al. eds), University of Copenhagen, p. 152-156.

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Roth P.H. (1973). – Calcareous nannofossils, Leg 17, Deep Sea Drilling Project. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 17(23), p. 695-795.

Self-Tail J. (2001). – Biostratigraphic subdivision and correlation of Upper Maastrichtian sediments from the Atlantic coastal plain and Blake Nose, western Atlantic. In : Kroon R.D. & Klaus, A. (eds.) “Western North Atlantic Palaeogene and Cretaceous palaeoceanography”. Geological Society London., 183, p. 93-110.

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Thibault N., Gardin S. and Galbrun B. (2010). – Latitudinal migration of calcareous nannofossil Micula murus in the Maastrichtian: implications for global climate change. Geology, 38(3), p. 203-206.

 

 

Fin de l’ère Primaire : le grand chambardement (A. Baud)

Baud A., Cirilli S. and Marcoux J., (1997). – Biotic response to mass extinction: the Lowermost Triassic microbialites. Facies, 36, p. 238-242.

Baud A., Holser W.T. and Magaritz M. (1989). – Permian-Triassic of the Tethys: Carbon isotope sudies. Geol. Rundschau, 78, p. 649-677.

Baud A., Richoz S. and Marcoux J. (2005). – Calcimicrobial cap rocks from the basal Triassic units: western Taurus occurrences (SW Turkey). Comptes Rendus Palevol, 4, p. 569-582.

Baud A., Richoz S. and Pruss S. (2007) - The lower Triassic anachronistic carbonate facies in space and time. Global and Planetary Change, 55, p. 81-89.

Beauchamp B. and Baud A. (2002). – Growth and demise of Permian biogenic chert along northwest Pangea: evidence for end-Permian collapse of thermohaline circulation. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 184, p. 37-63.

Brayard A., Escarguel G., Bucher H., Monnet C., Bruhwiler T., Goudemand N., Galfetti T. and Guex J., (2009). – Good Genes and Good Luck: Ammonoid Diversity and the End-Permian Mass Extinction. Science, 325, p. 1118-1121.

Brennecka G.A., Herrmann, A.D., Algeo, T.J., Anbar, A.D., (2011). – Rapid expansion of oceanic anoxia immediately before the end-Permian mass extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, p. 17631-17634.

Ehrenberg S.N., Svånå T.A., Swart P.K. (2008). – Uranium depletion across the Permian-Triassic boundary in Middle East carbonates: Signature of oceanic anoxia. Amer. Ass. Petrol. Geol. Bull., 92, p. 691-707.

Erwin DH. (2006). – Extinction: How Life Nearly Died 250 Million Years Ago. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press. 296 p.

Georgiev S., Stein H.J., Hannah J.L., Bingen B., Weiss H.M., Piasecki S. (2011). – Hot acidic Late Permian seas stifle life in record time. Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 310, p. 389-400.

Grice K., Nabbefeld B., Maslen E. (2007). – Source and significance of selected polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediments (Hovea-3 well, Perth Basin, Western Australia) spanning the Permian-Triassic boundary. Organic Geochemistry, 38, p. 1795-1803.

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Kershaw S., Crasquin S., Li Y., Collin P.Y., Forel M.B., Mu X., Baud A., Wang Y., Xie S., Maurer F., Guo L. (2012). – Microbialites and global environmental change across the Permian–Triassic boundary: a synthesis. Geobiology, 10, p. 25-47.

Jin Y.G., Wang Y., Wang W., Shang Q.H., Cao C.Q., Erwin D.H. (2000). – Pattern of marine mass extinction near the Permian-Triassic boundary in South China. Science, 289, p. 432-436.

Isozaki Y. (2009) - Illawarra Reversal: The fingerprint of a superplume that triggered Pangean breakup and the end-Guadalupian (Permian) mass extinction. Gondwana Res., 15, 421-432.

Marenco P.J., Corsetti F.A., Baud A., Bottjer D.J., Kaufman A.J. (2005). – Euxinia as the cause of the end-Permian mass extinction: evidence from sulfur isotope chemostratigraphy. In Earth Systems Processes meeting, Geol.Soc. of America Abstract book, Calgary.

Mundil R., Ludwig K.R., Metcalfe I., Renne P.R. (2004). – Age and Timing of the Permian Mass Extinctions: U/Pb Dating of Closed-System Zircons. Science, 305, p. 1760-1763.

Orchard M.J. (2007). – Conodont diversity and evolution through the latest Permian and Early Triassic upheavals. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 252, p. 93-117.

Payne J.L., Turchyn A.V., Paytan A., DePaolo D.J., Lehrmann D.J., Yu M., Wei J. (2010) - Calcium isotope constraints on the end-Permian mass extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, p. 8543-8548.

Rampino M.R., Prokoph A., Adler A.C., (1999). – Permian/Triassic boundary events: high resolution stratigraphy based on fast -Fourier transform and wavelet analyses of Milankovitch cyclicity, in: GSA (Ed.), GSA Annual Meeting, Denver.

Reichow M.K., Pringle M.S., Al'Mukhamedov A.I., Allen M.B., Andreichev V.L., Buslov M.M., Davies C.E., Fedoseev G.S., Fitton J.G., Inger S., Medvedev A.Y., Mitchell C., Puchkov V.N., Safonova I.Y., Scott R.A., Saunders A.D. (2009). – The timing and extent of the eruption of the Siberian Traps large igneous province: Implications for the end-Permian environmental crisis. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 277, p. 9-20.

Richoz S., Krystyn L., Baud A., Brandner R., Horacek M., Mohtat-Aghai P., (2010). – Permian-Triassic boundary interval in the Middle East (Iran and N. Oman): Progressive environmental change from detailed carbonate carbon isotope marine curve and sedimentary evolution. J. Asian Earth Sci., 39, p. 236-253.

Sanei H., Grasby S.E., Beauchamp B. (2012) – Latest Permian mercury anomalies. Geology, 40, p. 63-66.

Shen S.-Z., Crowley J.L., Wang Y., Bowring S.A., Erwin D.H., Sadler P.M., Cao C.-Q., Rothman D.H., Henderson C.M., Ramezani J., Zhang H., Shen Y., Wang X.-d., Wang W., Mu L., Li W.-Z., Tang Y.-G., Liu X.-L., Liu L.-J., Zeng Y., Jiang Y.-F., Jin Y.-G., (2011). – Calibrating the End-Permian Mass Extinction. Science, 334, p. 1367-1372.

Shen Y., Farquhar J., Zhang H., Masterson A., Zhang T., Wing B.A. (2011). – Multiple S-isotopic evidence for episodic shoaling of anoxic water during Late Permian mass extinction. Nat. Commun. 2, 210.

Silva-Tamayo J.C., Nägler T.F., Newton R., Wignall P., Grice K., Bottcher M.E., (2009). – Global shallow marine euxinia triggering the latest Permian mass extinction: Evidence from Mo-isotopes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta Supplement, 73, A1224.

Svensen H., Planke S., Polozov A.G., Schmidbauer N., Corfu F., Podladchikov Y.Y., Jamtveit B. (2009). – Siberian gas venting and the end-Permian environmental crisis. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 277, p. 490-500.

Visscher H., Sephton M.A., Looy C.V. (2011). – Fungal virulence at the time of the end-Permian biosphere crisis? Geology, 39, p. 883-886.

Yin H., Zhang K., Tong J., Yang Z., Wu S. (2001). – The Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) of the Permian-Triassic Boundary. Episodes, 24, p. 102-114.

 

 

La limite Trias-Jurassique : une énigmatique crise biologique (A. Bartolini, S. Gardin et J. Guex)

Bambach R.K., Knoll A.H. and Wang S.C. (2004). – Origination, extinction, and mass depletions of marine diversity. Paleobiology, 30, p. 522–542.

Bartolini A., Guex J., Spangenberg J., Taylor D., Schoene B., Schaltegger U., Atudorei V. (2012). – Disentangling the Hettangian carbon isotope record: implications for the aftermath of the end-Triassic mass extinction. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 13, p. 1-11.

Belcher C.M., Mander L., Rein G., Jervis F.X., Haworth M., Hesselbo S.P., Glasspool I.J., McElwai J.C. (2010). – Increased fire activity at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary in Greenland due to climate-driven floral change. Nature Geoscience, 3, p. 426–429.

Clémence M.E., Gardin S., Bartolini A., Paris G., Beaumont V. and Guex J. (2010a). – Bentho-planktonic evidence from the Austrian Alps for a decline in sea-surface carbonate production at the end of the Triassic. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 103, p. 293–315.

Clémence M.E., Bartolini A., Gardin S., Paris G., Beaumont V. and Page K.N. (2010b). – Early Hettangian benthic–planktonic coupling at Doniford (SW England) : Palaeoenvironmental implications for the aftermath of the end-Triassic crisis. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 295, p. 102-115.

Deenen M.H.L., Ruhl M., Bonis N.R., Krijgsman W., Kuerschner W.M., Reitsma M. and van Bergen M.J. (2010). – A new chronology for the end-Triassic mass extinction. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 291, p. 113–125.

Gardin S., Krystyn L., Richoz S., Bartolini A. and Galbrun B. (2012). – Where and when the earliest coccolithophores? Lethaia. DOI: 10.1111 ⁄ j.1502-3931.2012.00311.x.

Guex J., Bartolini A., Atudorei V. and Taylor D. (2004). – High-resolution ammonite and carbon isotope stratigraphy across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary at New York Canyon (Nevada). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 225, p. 29-41.

Guex J., Schoene B., Bartolini A., Spangeberg J., Schaltegger U., O'Dogherty L., Taylor D., Bucher H. and Atudorei V. (2012). – Geochronological constraints on post-extinction recovery of the ammonoids and carbon cycle perturbations during the Early Jurassic. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, sous presse.

Marzoli A., Renne P.R., Piccirillo E.M., Ernesto M., Bellieni G. and De Min A. (1999). – Extensive 200-million-year-old continental flood basalts of the Central Atlantic magmatic province. Science, 284, p. 616-618.

McElwain J.C., Wagner P.J. & Hesselbo S.P. (2009). – Fossil plant relative abundances indicate sudden loss of Late Triassic biodiversity in East Greenland. Science, 324, p. 1554-1556.

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Raup D.M. and Sepkoski J.J. (1982). – Mass extinctions in the marine fossil record. Science, 215, p. 1501–1503.

Schoene B., Guex J., Bartolini A., Schaltegger U. and Blackburn T. (2010a). – Correlating the end-Triassic mass extinction and flood basalt volcanism at the 100,000-year level. Geology, 38, p. 387–390.

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Tanner L.H., Lucas S.G. and Chapman M.G. (2004). – Assessing the record and causes of late Triassic extinctions. Earth-Science Reviews, 65, p. 103-139.

 

 

Vers une meilleure définition de la limite Jurassique/Crétacé (J.F. Deconinck)

Mahoney J.J., Duncan R.A., Tejada M.L.G. Sager W.W. and Bralower T.J. (2005). – Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary age and mid-ocean-ridge-type mantle source for Shatsky Rise. Geology, 33, p.185-188.

Ogg J.G., Agterberg F.P. and Gradstein F.M. (2004). – The Cretaceous Period, In: J.G. Ogg & Al.G. Smith F.M. Gradstein (eds) “A Geological Time Scale 2004”. Cambridge University Press, p. 344-383.

Pessagno E.A., Cantu-Chapa A, Mattinson J.M., Meng X.Y, and Kariminia, S.M. (2009). – The Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary : new data from North America and the Caribbean. Stratigraphy, 6(3), p.185-262.

Wimbledon W.A.P., Casellato C.E., Rehakova D., Bulot L.G., Erba E., Gardin S., Verreussel R.M.C.H., Munsterman D.K., Hunt C.O. (2011). – Fixing a basal Berriasian and Jurassic/Cretaceous (J/K) boundary – Is there perhaps some light at the end of the tunnel? Riv. Ital. Paleont. Strat., 117(2), p. 295-307.

 

 

Patrimoine stratigraphique de France (P. De Wever, M. Guiomar et A. Cornée)

Busnardo R. (1965 a). – Le stratotype du Barrémien. I. - Lithologie et macrofaune. Mém. Bur. Rech. Géol. Min., 34, p. 101-116.

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