Neogene


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Neogene

[′nē·ə‚jēn]
(geology)
An interval of geologic time incorporating the Miocene and Pliocene of the Tertiary period; the Upper Tertiary.
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At the end of the Eocene the strike-slip extrusion stage, Oligocene differential strike-slip settlement stage, the trend of the strike-slip compression and uplift since the Neogene, corresponding to the six different strike-slip control basin backgrounds.
Both the sands of the lower channel unit and pelitic siltstone formed under the shallow lake conditions are exposed within the sites corresponding to the marginal parts of the Early-Middle Neogene paleoriver network.
Watanabe, "Molecular and carbon isotope compositions of hydrocarbon gas in Neogene sedimentary rocks in Horonobe area, northern Hokkaido, Japan," Journal of Geography, vol.
The stratigraphic succession exposed in the area is composed by a sequence of Ordovician carbonates covered by clastic sediments of Silurian, Devonian and Neogene ages (Fig.
The present day drainage patterns of the Congo river system and their Neogene evolution.
A Timeline runs along the top of the illustrations from Precambrian 3.75 billion years ago up to Neogene and Quateranry periods 11,700 years ago.
It also includes a complete Neogene sedimentary sequence (itself rare), involving an enormous range of sedimentary environments and classic dry land geomorphology.
The LINDENS program has been used to estimate lineament densities in the Neogene Duero Basin in Northern Spain [2].
In the East Slovak Basin there were delineated 16 hydrogeothermal structures in Neogene, volcanic and clastic sedimentary rocks or in Mesozoic carbonate underlier.