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FS11-3105 100%

The Sirte Basin originated as a Cretaceous rift that evolved into a post-rift basin dominated by thermal subsidence;


YABUMOTO, Y. & UYENO, T. (1994) (Meso-Cénozoïque Japon) 96%

At the end of the Cretaceous Period a number of cartilaginous fishes disappeared.


UNDERWOOD, C.J. & WARD, D.J. (2008) (Carcharhiniformes) 86%

Reinterpretation of previously figured Jurassic and Cretaceous fossils, along with collection of new specimens from the Cretaceous of the British Isles, has allowed the early record of this order to be reinterpreted.


WOODWARD, A.S. (1894) (Crétacé UK) 79%



Carr et al 2017 (1) 75%

Jason R. Moore5 A new species of tyrannosaurid from the upper Two Medicine Formation of Montana supports the presence of a Laramidian anagenetic (ancestor-descendant) lineage of Late Cretaceous tyrannosaurids.


Aadjour 73%

Palynostratigraphy of Jurassic-Cretaceous deposits in wells MAC-1 (Doukkala basin) and ADM-1 (Essaouira basin), western Morocco.


WELTON, B.J. & FARISH, R.F. (1993) (Crétacé Texas) 71%

(1993) (Crétacé Texas) The Collector's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays From the cretaceous of Texas Hybodus - Lissodus Polyacrodus Pfychodus Hexanchus Squalus ~ Etmopterinae Somniosinae Heterodontus Pararhincodon Cretorecfolobus Odontaspis Cretolamna Paraisurus Leptosfyrax


Main report 6 70%

Main report 6 Removal of Several Heavy Metals by Tunisian Natural Limestones and Clays in Aqueous System January 2012 Ali SDIRI  Removal of Several Heavy Metals by Tunisian Natural Limestones and Clays in Aqueous System A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, the University of Tsukuba in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Science (Doctoral Program in Geoenvironmental Sciences) Ali SDIRI Abstract The present study has been conducted to characterize physico-chemical properties of the Upper Cretaceous deposits from Tunisia, including the Abiod limestones and the Aleg clays, and to evaluate their capacities in removing toxic metals from aqueous solutions in mono- and multiple-elements systems.


EGU2017-6229 59%

Geological constraints from the inverted Cretaceous basin of the North-Pyrenean Zone (‘Chaînons Béarnais’, Western Pyrenees) Benjamin Corre (1), Yves Lagabrielle (1), Pierre Labaume (2), Abdeltif Lahfid (3), Philippe Boulvais (1), Geraldine Bergamini (1), Serge Fourcade (1), and Camille Clerc (4) (1) Géosciences Rennes, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes, France (, (2) Géosciences Montpellier, Université de Montpellier 2, Montpellier, France (, (3) Bureau de Recherche Géologique et Minière, Orléans, France (, (4) Laboratoire Insulaire du Vivant et de l’Environnement, University of New Caledonia, Nouméa, France ( Sub-continental lithospheric mantle rocks are exhumed at the foot of magma-poor distal passive margins as a response to extreme stretching of the continental crust during plate separation.