Campanian


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Campanian

[kam′pan·ē·ən]
(geology)
European stage of Upper Cretaceous.
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Thickness (m) Upper Cretaceous Maestrichtiense Mixed limestone <30 and dolomites Campanian Argillaceous 25 limestone Massive limestone 120 Santonian Limestone 100 Coniacian Limestone 100 Marls, limestone Turonian and argillaceous 50 Limestone Cenomanian Clay, marls and Argillaceous 15-30 limestone Lower Cretaceous Albian Gravels, sands, 150 lutites and Clays Aptian Sandstones and 600 Lutites Barremian
FIANO A Campanian grape that feels most at home in the sun-drenched vineyards of Sicily (but is also starting to pop up in South Australia), fiano at it's best has delicious, honeyed citrus fruit, reflected in Fiano Mandrarossa IGT 2014, Sicily (PS7.
Upham also made reference to taxa otherwise known from the Campanian Judith River Formation of Montana.
Rather than addressing just innovative entrepreneurial initiatives among young Neapolitans, and Campanian startuppers, FVSV this year mires to open a real door for American innovators, investors and corporations to gain a privileged access to Europe's vast wealth of technological talents, frontier inventors, makers, and the myriad of startups that are flourishing across the Old Continent.
During the Campanian, when this vertebra was deposited, the eastern Canadian Arctic was likely isolated both from western North America by the Western Interior Seaway and from more southern regions of eastern North America by the Hudson Seaway.
And throughout, Winterbottom nods lovingly to Italy's rich history as cinematic locale, setting scenes in the street where Gregory Peck's love-struck reporter lived in "Roman Holiday" the Campanian villa where John Huston and Humphrey Bogart shot parts of "Beat the Devil" the Napoli catacombs visited by Ingrid Bergman's character in "Voyage to Italy," and the cliffside Casa Malaparte immortalized by Godard in "Contempt.
Discoveries to date are stratigraphic traps comprising Turonian and Campanian turbidite fans drilled in water depths of 500-2,500 metres.
The oolite/pisolite ironstone is part of a Campanian to Mstrictian (Upper Cretaceous) continental fluvio deltaic to shallow marine sequence of the Agbaja Formation and includes interceded sandstone and mudstone.
The quarry mined the various subfacies of the Late Campanian-Paleocene-aged limestone, which appears as red-grey-colored limestone intercalated with claystone, sandstone and marl, conformably overlying the Late Santonian-Early Campanian volcanics (Ercikdi, 2004; Karaman, 2011).
For the lower part of the analyzed section, it is possible to assign a Late Campanian to Early Maastrichtian age.
Lolita Winter Sparkling Italian Aglianico: Made from Aglianico grapes harvested in the Campanian region in Southern Italy, this sparkling wine is coral pink with a continuous stream of fine, persistent bubbles.
MPC), has produced since 1955 from Cretaceous carbonates: the fractured Shiranish marly limestone of the Maestrichtian/ Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) where 32[degrees] API, 3% sulphur oil has been depleting; and the Middle Cretaceous Qamchuqa Fm (29[degrees] API oil, 2.