Late Paleozoic Glacial Events and Postglacial Transgressions by Oscar R. López-Gamundí, Luis A. Buatois

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Si S G TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON (%) 0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 290 290 300 300 310 310 320 330 320 G 330 G Shales (Fl) with Tasmanites Mudstones with granules and pebbles Mudstones Stratified diamictites (Dms), thinly bedded Dropstone shales (Fld) Stratified diamictites (Dms) Fine-grained sandstones Basement Glendonites Figure 12. , 1993), with TOC (total organic carbon) values for the Tasmanites-rich interval. Grain-size scale in log: Si—silt; S—sand; G—gravel. See location in Figure 11. 22 López-Gamundí A C transgression is far greater for the rapid base-level rise than during the slow rise, and that the time of maximum flooding is nearly synchronous with the end of the rapid base-level rise.

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