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geologic sections of stratus exposed in sagamu quarry

Jun 22, 2011 2. Material and methods. The El Dababiya Quarry Member that records the PETM sequence occurs throughout the Upper Nile Valley, in the Western (Kharga Oasis) and in the Eastern Desert (Duwi Section) (Fig. 2 Ouda, 2003).This study focuses on the Dababiya Quarry section, which is located near the ancient quarry east of the village of Dababiya in the Eastern Desert close to the Jun 01, 2003 The Dababiya Quarry Section Lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and paleontology ... geochemistry and biostratigraphy. Robert W. OB. Knox Marie-Pierre Aubry William A. Berggren Christian Dupuis Khaled Ouda ... Upper Paleocene-lower Eocene planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Dababiya section, Upper Nile Valley ...

The Dababiya Quarry southeast Luxor Egypt a unique

East-West geological section showing the Dahomey Basin and upper part of the Niger Delta (After Whiteman 1982). SiO2 and Fe2O3 for Sagamu limestone are 89.2 1.9 1.5 5.7 and 5.9 . geochemistry the dababiya quarry section. Unit Esna 2 above the Dababiya Quarry Beds and Unit Esna . The composite Paleocene-lower Eocene Dababiya section recovered in the Dababiya Quarry core and accessible in out-crop in the Dababiya Quarry exhibits an unexpected contrast in thickness between the Lower Eocene succession (Esna Shales) and the

The PaleoceneEocene GSSP at Dababiya Egypt Revisited

The Dababiya Quarry section in Upper Egypt (E in Figure 1 Figure 2) was chosen as the GSSP and formally ratified in 2003 (Gradstein et al., 2004). It is located in an inactive quarry, approxi-mately 1 km east of the village of Dababiya, on the east bank of the Nile River, to the east of the LuxorAswan Road and 35 km south of Luxor. The GSSP is located in the DBH subsection 1.57m above the base of the subsection. The GSSP location is approximately at a latitude of 2530N and a longitude of 323152E. The Dababiya Quarry Beds are 3.68m thick in the DBH subsection. The GSSP lies at the base of Bed 1. Bed 5 1.00m thick, marly calcarenitic limestone.

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A high-resolution mineralogical and geochemical study of the Dababiya Quarry Member in the Dababiya core was carried out by Soliman et al. (2011) complementing the studies of Dupuis et al. (2003), Ernst et al. (2006), Soliman et al. (2006) and Schulte et al. (2011) on the adjacent Gabal Dababiya (Paleocene-Eocene GSSP) outcrop section. The ... The Dababiya Quarry Section Lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and paleontology C Dupuis, MP Aubry, E Steurbaut, WA Berggren, K Ouda, R Magioncalda, ... Micropaleontology 49 (Suppl_1), 41-59 , 2003

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Jan 11, 2020 Dupuis C, Aubry M-P, Steurbaut E, Berggren WA, Ouda K, Magioncalda R, Cramer BS, Kent DV, Speijer RP, Heilmann-Clausen C (2003) The Dababiya Quarry section lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and palaeontology. Micropaleontology 49(suppl. 1)4159. Google Scholar Jun 01, 2021 The Dababiya Quarry Section lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry, and paleontology Micropaleontology , 49 ( 2003 ) , pp. 41 - 59 View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

The Dababiya Core Awindow into Paleocene to Early

Dec 01, 2017 The Dababiya Quarry Section Lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and paleontology Kh Ouda , M.-P. Aubry (Eds.) , The Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene of the Upper Nile Valley , Stratigraphy, Micropaleontology , vol. 49(1) ( 2003 ) , pp. 41 - 59 1.58 m above the base of Section DBH in the Dababiya Quarry, on the east bank of the Nile River, about 35 km south of Luxor, Egypt. It is the base of Bed 1 of the Dababyia Quarry Beds of the El Mahmiya Member of the Esna Formation, interpreted as having recorded the basal inflection of the carbon isotope excursion (CIE), a prominent (3 to 5%) geochemical signature which is recorded in

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Feb 18, 2020 Dupuis CH, Aubry M-P, Steurbaut E et al (2003) The Dababiya quarry section lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and paleontology. Micropaleontology, Special Publication 494159. Article Google Scholar The Dababiya corehole (25 3009.9 N, 32 3127.1 E) was drilled in February 2004. It is located 200 m east of the Eo-cene GSSP DBH section (Aubry et al., 2007 Fig. 1). It was spudded in the El Mahmiya Member of the Esna Shale For-mation, 9.5 m above the Dababiya Quarry Member. It pene-

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The Dababiya Quarry Section Lithostratigraphy, clay mineralogy, geochemistry and paleontology more by Robert P Speijer , Christian Dupuis , and D. Kent Publication Date 2003 1.58 m above the base of Section DBH in the Dababiya Quarry, on the east bank of the Nile River, about 35 km south of Luxor, Egypt. It is the base of Bed 1 of the Dababyia Quarry Beds of the El Mahmiya Member of the Esna Formation, interpreted as having recorded the basal inflection of the carbon isotope excursion (CIE), a

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The Dababiya Quarry Member, in particular, is characterized by very high Gamma Ray and Resistivity Short Normal values. 1 . Introduction The GSSP for the base of the Eocene Series is located at 1.58 m above the base of Section DBH in the Dababiya Quar ry, on the east bank of the Nile River, about 35 km south of Luxor, Egypt (Aubry et al., 2007). The Global Strato-type Section and Point (GSSP) for the P/E boundary was defined at the Dababiya Quarry, 35 kmsouth of Luxor, Egypt (Aubry et al., 2002). Many complete Paleocene-Eocene successions ...

Geological heritage of Luxor and its vicinities Egypt a

We investigated the Paleocene-Eocene boundary GSSP (Dababiya quarry) near Luxor, Egypt, in two nearby (25m and 50m) sequences based on high-resolution biostratigraphy, lithostratigrapy, mineralogy and geochemistry. Feb 03, 2021 The Paleocene/Eocene thermal maximum (PETM) was the most dramatic global warming event (Zachos et al. 1993), which led to global biotic change (Thomas and Shackleton 1996 Kelly et al. 1998 Aubry et al. 2007) during the Cenozoic Era.In Egypt, the GSSP of the P/E boundary was selected in El-Dababiya Village, Luxor, Egypt, at the base of the Dababiya Quarry Member (DQM), which