Data for: Erosion of Tortonian phosphatic intervals in upwelling zones: the role of internal waves

Published: 8 Nov 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/t57m2hvr28.1
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Tab 1 - Representative chemical compositions (EMP analyses, wt%) of phosphate concretions from the studied samples. a: optically isotropic outer rim of phospatized lithoclast; b: internal portion of phosphatized lithoclast; c: aggregate of minute isopachous uncoloured fibers with low birefringence in phosphatized lithoclast; d: associated with glauconite in outer surfaces of phosphatized lithoclast; e: incompletely phosphatized carbonate matrix of planktonic wackestone; f: iron oxyhydroxides-phosphate-carbonate mixture in phosphatized lithoclast
Tab 2 - Representative chemical compositions (EMP analyses, wt%) of glauconites from the studied samples. Mineral structural formula calculated assuming 12 cations (excluding Ca, Na and K), 20 O and 4 (OH + Cl+F). a: bioclast-infill in phosphatized lithoclast; b: associated with phosphate in phosphatized lithoclast; c: glauconitic pellet in planktonic wackestone; d: planktonic moldic in planktonic wackestone.

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Erosion of Tortonian phosphatic intervals in upwelling zones: The role of internal waves

Published in: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

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    2019-11-08

    Published: 2019-11-08

    DOI: 10.17632/t57m2hvr28.1

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    Brandano, Marco; Di Bella, Letizia; Ronca, Sara (2019), “Data for: Erosion of Tortonian phosphatic intervals in upwelling zones: the role of internal waves”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/t57m2hvr28.1

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