Senonian


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Senonian

[sə′nō·nē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time, forming the Upper Cretaceous, above the Turonian and below the Danian.
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In the Lower Senonian, an 11-metre perforated section of the oil bearing column flowed at a stabilised rate of 1,525 barrels per day of 27A API oil and 0.6 million cubic feet per day of associated gas through a 28-/64-inch choke.
Previous researches have shown that two large-scale marine transgressions originated from the East-Asian Paleosea during the early Senomanian stage and the late Turonian to early Senonian stage in the Songliao Basin [11].
Stratigraphy and sedimentation in the Senonian Anambra basin of Eastern Nigeria.
(1979) assigned a Senonian age to the group, on the basis of Maastrichtian fauna present in the overlying Humai Formation and suggested a total thickness of about 10,000 m.
9-11), in the Senonian (the Taizhou Formation in northern Jiangsu and
VDF FutureCeuticals, Momence, IL, has earned self-affirmed GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status for its elemin Senonian Trace Minerals, a proprietary, all-natural complex of more than 70 plant-based trace minerals, following a comprehensive review by an independent panel of experts.
This fault constitutes the tectonic boundary between Lower Cretaceous-Turonian limestone and Senonian limestone.
Scattered wells depend on an aquifer in the Turonian limestones at depths of 100 m or more, which is sealed by the Senonian marls.
Chert (flint) rocks of the Mishash formation (Senonian) (Bartov et al., 1981) form relatively smooth outcrops in a few places in the study area, but they are too small to be drawn on a map at the scale of Figure 7 or Figure 8.