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A new lithostratigraphic scheme for the Schinznach Formation (upper part of the Muschelkalk Group of northern Switzerland)

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A new lithostratigraphic scheme for the Schinznach Formation (upper part of the Muschelkalk Group of northern Switzerland)

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A new lithostratigraphic scheme for the Schinznach Formation (upper part of the Muschelkalk Group of northern Switzerland)

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A new lithostratigraphic scheme for the Schinznach Formation (upper part of the Muschelkalk Group of northern Switzerland)

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Cham: Springer International Publishing

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Swiss Journal of geosciences, 2016, Vol.109 (2), p.285-307

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1825815686

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English

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The sediments of late Anisian and Ladinian age in northern Switzerland, which were formerly named Upper Muschelkalk and Lower Keuper, mostly consist of carbonates. They accumulated in a transitional area between central parts of the Central European Epicontinental Basin and its margin towards the Vindelician Swell. Oolitic intervals imply the forme...

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A new lithostratigraphic scheme for the Schinznach Formation (upper part of the Muschelkalk Group of northern Switzerland)

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1661-8726

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1661-8734

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10.1007/s00015-016-0214-7

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