Mixed carbonate-siliciclastic record on the North African margin (Malta)-coupling of weathering processes and mid Miocene climate

John, Cédric M.; Mutti, Maria; Adatte, Thierry
February 2003
Geological Society of America Bulletin;Feb2003, Vol. 115 Issue 2, p217
Academic Journal
Investigates rock outcrops, global climate cooling to determine continental weathering rates and terrigenous fluxes in Malta. Examination of coupling between regional climate and carbonate accumulations; Occurrence of abrupt changes in clay-dominated marls.


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