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  • Neptunian dikes along submarine escarpments : examples from the Jurassic of Monte Kumeta (Sicily)
  • Biostratigraphy ; Dyke ; Italy ; Jurassic ; Mesozoic ; Regional geology ; Sicilia ; Tectonics
  • Along the Jurassic escarpment of Monte Kumeta (western Sicily), the opening of neptunian dikes is related either to extensional tectonics or to dilatation due to down-slope sliding. Crosscutting relationships coupled with biostratigraphic data
  • indicate that at least three generations of fractures formed Early to Middle Jurassic times. - (NF)
  • Early development of Tethys and Jurassic ophiolite displacement
  • The apparent ages (Ar-Ar) suggest that initial oceanic plate disruption and tectonic emplacement of the Zagros and Makran ophiolites occurred in the middle Jurassic (170 Myr ago) with further displacements in the late Cretaceous (97 Myr and 89 Myr
  • ago). The similarity of the Jurassic age with ophiolite emplacement ages in Yugoslavia and Greece is possible evidence of a middle Jurassic collision of an early Mesozoic Tethyan ridge system with both eastern Europe and central Asia.
  • Jurassic carbonate depositional systems of the Mt. Catria-Mt. Acuto area (Umbria-Marche Apennines, Italy)
  • Appennino ; Carbonate rock ; Italy ; Jurassic ; Lithology ; Marche (Italy) ; Mesozoic ; Palaeogeography ; Platform ; Regional geology ; Sedimentology ; Tectonics ; Umbria
  • A geologic survey, integrated with sedimentalogic observations and macrofacies analysis, has been carried out for the Jurassic deposits outcropping in the Mt. Catria - Mt. Acuto area. The study area is located within the northern Umbria-Marche
  • Apennines and is characterized by the presence of Jurassic different type successions that reflect depositional environment variability. The aim of this paper is to reconstruct the Jurassic paleographic structural setting and the paleotectonic evolution
  • of the area. The data obtained allowed for the identification of two isolated, uplifted blocks of the carbonate platform (Corno di Catria and Mt. Acuto), reduced in size, bounded by escarpments of tectonic origin and separated by a narrow Jurassic basinal area
  • Les paléoclimats du Jurassique en Europe occidentale. in Paléoclimats. (The Jurassic paleoclimates in western Europe)
  • The Paleobathymetry of the Atlantic Ocean from the Jurassic to present
  • Jurassic sea-floor spreading in the Eastern Equatorial Atlantic
  • Petrography of the youngest known Murihiku Supergroup, New Zealand: latest Jurassic arc volcanism on the southern margin of Gondwana in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • The continental margin of Gondwana, principally in central western Argentina: Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous palynomorphs and calcareous microfossils in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • Late Jurassic and early Cretaceous Evolution of the Western Central Pacific Ocean
  • Late jurassic ash-flow tuffs in the Eastern part of Hong Kong, South China
  • Dinosaur tracks in a marginal marine environment : the Coste dell’Anglone ichnosite (Early Jurassic, Trento Platform, NE Italy)
  • Carbonate rock ; Dinosaur ; Fossil fauna ; Italy ; Jurassic ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeogeography ; Platform ; Trentino-Alto Adige
  • Bipedal tridactyl dinosaur footprints dominate the Early Jurassic Coste dell’Anglone tracksite, located on the eastern slope of the Mt. Biaina-Mt. Brento chain (Trentino Alto-Adige, NE Italy). The site yielded 544 tridactyl footprints, arranged
  • deposited in a marginal area of the Trento carbonate Platform, which has so far been considered fully marine (subtidal) in origin. The Coste dell’Anglone outcrop represents one of the most extensive Early Jurassic dinosaur tracksites in the Southern Alps
  • and is probably the last dinosaur occurrence on the Trento Platform. This new discovery therefore supports calls for a re-examination of the palaeogeographic reconstruction of the Southern Alps during the Early Jurassic. - (NF)
  • of the mountains are the main ridge. The E-SE part is called Muntii Olăneştilor, it is made up mainly of detritic sedimentary rocks. The most interesting part is the massif called Buila-Vînturariţa. It is made of Jurassic limestone. Piatra Tîrnovului on the NE edge
  • of the mountains is also made up of Jurassic limestone. It is much smaller in area than Buila-Vînturariţa Massif. - (ZK)
  • Cycles of sand-flat sandstone and playa-lacustrine mudstone in the Triassic-Jurassic Blomidon redbeds, Fundy rift basin, Nova Scotia : implications for tectonic and climatic controls
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Geomorphology ; Jurassic ; Limestone ; Numerical analysis ; Romania ; Topography ; Valley
  • The Trascău Mountains are located in the eastern part of Apuseni Mountains. The 400–1400 m high mountains are lithologically compound and from a morphological viewpoint, Jurassic Limestone terrains are the most characteristic. Deep-walled
  • Jurassic turbidites in central western Argentina (Neuquén Basin) in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • The protection potential of soils and post-Jurassic covers against nitrate seepage (Southern Franconian Jura, Germany)
  • The mid-mountain plateau of the Southern Franconian Jura exhibits base rocks of bedded and massive Upper Jurassic (Malm) carbonate rocks. These only provide a low protection potential against nitrate seepage. Hence, post-Jurassic covers may play
  • Development of relief on a Middle Jurassic cemented sea floor: origin of submarine pseudo-anticlines in the Bathonian of Normandy
  • Mass movements of various ages on the Swabian Jurassic escarpment : geomorphologic processes and their causes
  • The MABIS project was established in 1995, and includes 6 geomorphological research teams investigating landslide occurrences in selected regions of Germany (Bonn area, Thuringia Basin Muschelkalk escarpment, Rheinhessen escarpment, Swabian Jurassic
  • escarpment, Northern Alps, Franconian Jurassic escarpment) and, if already possible, the interrelationship between landslide, climate and time.