Campanian


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Campanian

[kam′pan·ē·ən]
(geology)
European stage of Upper Cretaceous.
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2 Campanian No Grey fissile Sample shale, strike of N156[degrees]/ E8[degrees]SW, dip direction of 2560/80 112 17 No Grey fissile shale Sample dip amount of 8[degrees], strike of N156[degrees]E/ 8[degrees]SW 80 10 No Grey fissile shale Sample 70 22 No Grey fissile shale Sample with normal fault (Throw 0.
extant Alnus, occur during the Santonian and the Campanian in Japan, the
The Pflugerville Formation of the Austin Group is within the Delawarella delawarensis Zone and correlates with the Lower Campanian Substage (Young, 1986).
By the Campanian Age of the Late Cretaceous, post-Ostenigunnera-grade pollen occurs in Antarctica, New Zealand, Australia, and Africa.
The Odum-2 well validates the upside potential of the Campanian play on the West Cape Three Points Block, which has been determined to be separate from the Jubilee Field play.
During the Aptian to Campanian, a geodynamic volcanic island arc regime was established in the Caribbean.
The G-19 well was drilled to a total depth of 7,483 feet in 1,263 feet of water and encountered 113 feet of net oil pay in the Campanian.
This crust conforms part of the paleo--Pacific plate or paleo--Caribbean (Mauffret and Leroy, 1997), which begins to accreted with the western margin of South America during Campanian in Ecuador (Aspden and McCourt, 2002; Kerr et al.
It is transgressive and similar to the facies characterising the Maestrichtian (Shiranish) and Campanian (Soukhne) formations of the Palmyrids.
3 mya) and that by the Late Santonian-Early Campanian (83.
The Banda-1 well also was designed to test the Upper Campanian interval, which was water bearing.
Correlation via ammonites with the midcontinent suggests that the condensed bed accumulated slowly (at least two million years) from the mid Early Campanian to the early Late Campanian.