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Type: Conference paper
Title: A revised correlation of Lower Ordovician sedimentary rocks in the Central Iberian Zone (Portugal and Spain)
Author: Sá, A.
Gutiérrez-Marco, J.
Meireles, C.
Garcia-Bellido, D.
Rábano, I.
Citation: STRATI 2013: First International Congress on Stratigraphy: At the Cutting Edge of Stratigraphy, 2014 / Rocha, R., Pais, J., Kulberg, C., Finney, S. (ed./s), pp.441-446
Publisher: Springer Geology
Publisher Place: Switzerland
Issue Date: 2014
Series/Report no.: Springer Geology
ISBN: 3319043641
9783319043647
ISSN: 2197-9545
Conference Name: International Congress on Stratigraphy At the Cutting Edge of Stratigraphy (STRATI 2013) (01 Jul 2013 - 07 Jul 2013 : Lisbon, Portugal)
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A. A. Sá, J. C. Gutiérrez-Marco, C. A. Meireles, D. C. García-Bellido and I. Rábano
Abstract: Widespread Lower Ordovician sandstones (Armorican Quartzite facies) represent the initial passive margin sedimentation that occurred over a huge area of southwestern Europe during the late Floian. Their deposition ended during the Dapingian to early Darriwilian. Precursors of the Armorican Quartzite were deposited behind the border of a rift system, leading to the formation of conglomerate fans associated with the fault planes of tilted blocks generated during rifting of the Cadomian basement. ?Tremadocian deposits, coeval with volcanic events, are also recorded across this extensional basin. There is a scarcity of sedimentological studies and other elements aiding both correlation and a more accurate reconstruction of the basin architecture.
Keywords: Lower Ordovician; Central Iberian Zone; Lithostratigraphic correlation; Armorican Quartzite; Toledanian unconformity
Rights: © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014
RMID: 0030021071
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-04364-7_85
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