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“…quadrata and Arguniella cf. ventricosa from the upper Chengzihe Formation provide direct correlation with the Shahai Formation of the Jehol Group in western Liaoning [9]. The overlying Fuxin Formation of the upper part of the Jehol Group can be correlated with the Muling Formation of the upper part of the Jixi Group, through a Sphaerium bivalve fauna contained in both formations.…”
Section: Marine-nonmarine Correlationmentioning
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“…quadrata and Arguniella cf. ventricosa from the upper Chengzihe Formation provide direct correlation with the Shahai Formation of the Jehol Group in western Liaoning [9]. The overlying Fuxin Formation of the upper part of the Jehol Group can be correlated with the Muling Formation of the upper part of the Jixi Group, through a Sphaerium bivalve fauna contained in both formations.…”
Section: Marine-nonmarine Correlationmentioning
“…nipponicum and Pseudohaploceras peideense, with subordinate Eogaudryceras (E.) cf. yunshanense [9]; 2) an abundant bivalve fauna containing Nuculana (Praesaccella) cf. yatsushiroensis, Filosina subovalis and Thracia rotundata [8]; 3) a low-diversity, poorly preserved radiolarian fauna containing Archaeodictyomitra sp., Novixitus sp.…”
Section: Marine Transgressions In Eastern Heilongjiangmentioning
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“…Sea levels have been relatively high for the past 250 Ma (Haq, 2014). The Cretaceous Period witnessed a series of major global geological and ecological events, such as the emplacement of major igneous provinces (Jones & Jenkyns, 2001;Wu et al 2005;He et al 2006;Zhang et al 2011Zhang et al , 2018Jiang et al 2015;Li & Matsuka, 2015;Li & Bengtson, 2018), oceanic anoxic events (Leckie et al 2002;Jenkyns, 2010), biomass evolution and extinction of clusters (Hardenbol et al 1998;Wan et al 2003;Ogg & Hinnov, 2012;Haq, 2014;Ogg et al 2016;Zhang et al 2018). In addition, the global source rocks were formed predominantly in this period (Irving et al 1974;Klemme & Ulmishek, 1991;.…”
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