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Reserve a copy 1. Deep ocean black shales: organic geochemistry and paleoceanographic setting (1986)
Meyers, P.A.; Mitterer, R.M.
Copies: 1
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  2. Documentation and significance of progressive microfabric changes in Middle Ordovician trench mudstones
LASH, G.G.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 101, No. 10, 1268-1279
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  3. Evidence for low sulphate and anoxia in a mid-Proterozoic marine basin
SHEN, Y.; Knoll, A.H.; Walter, M.R.
In: Nature, 423, No. 6940, 632-635
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  4. Intermittent euxinia: reconciliation of a Jurassic black shale with its biofacies
KENIG, F.; Hudson, J.D.; DAMSTE, J.S.S.; POPP, B.N.
In: Geology, 32, No. 5, 421-424
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  5. Interpreting benthic oxygen levels in mudrocks: a new approach
Wignall, P.B.; Myers, K.J.
In: Geology, 16, No. 5, 452-455
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  6. Late Jurassic palaeogeography and anaerobic-dysaerobic sedimentation in the northern Antarctic Peninsula region
Pirrie, D.; Crame, J.A.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 152, Pt. 3, 469-480
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  7. Model for transgressive black shales?
Wignall, P.B.
In: Geology, 19, No. 2, 167-170
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  8. Mudstone lithofacies in the Kimmeridge Clay formation, Wessex Basin, southern England: implications for the origin and controls of the distribution of mudstones
Macquaker, J.H.S.; Gawthorpe, R.L.
In: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 63, No. 6, 1129-1143
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  9. Mudstone sedimentation at high latitudes: ice as a transport medium for mud and supplier of nutrients
Macquaker, J.H.S.; Keller, M.A.
In: Journal of Sedimentary Research, 75, No. 4, 696-709
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  10. Origin, sequence stratigraphy and depositional environment of an upper Ordovician (Hirnantian) deglacial black shale, Jordan
Armstrong, H.A.; Turner, B.R.; Makhlouf, I.M.; WEEDON, G.P.; Williams, M.; AL SMADI, A.; ABU SALAH, A.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 220, 273-289
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  11. Reply to "Origin, sequence stratigraphy and depositional environment of an upper Ordovician (Hirnantian) deglacial black shale, Jordan"
Armstrong, H.A.; Turner, B.R.; Makhlouf, I.M.; WEEDON, G.P.; Williams, M.; AL SMADI, A.; ABU SALAH, A.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 230, No. 3-4, 356-360
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