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“…In the tropical Pacific Ocean, top Zeug rhabdotus bicrescenticus lies above top Tranolithus orionatus (Lees and Bown, 2005) and, in the tropical South Atlantic, it falls in the lower part of UC19 right above top Reinhardtites levis (Thibault, 2016a). The same observation has been made in the Zagros Basin (Iran) in the eastern Tethys (Razmjooei et al, 2018). However, these bioevents are not well documented in Bulgarian sections and further investigations are needed to test their stratigraphic utility.…”
Section: Correlation With Local Nannofossil Zonation Schemes For the Upper Campanian-maastrichtian Intervalmentioning
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“…In the tropical Pacific Ocean, top Zeug rhabdotus bicrescenticus lies above top Tranolithus orionatus (Lees and Bown, 2005) and, in the tropical South Atlantic, it falls in the lower part of UC19 right above top Reinhardtites levis (Thibault, 2016a). The same observation has been made in the Zagros Basin (Iran) in the eastern Tethys (Razmjooei et al, 2018). However, these bioevents are not well documented in Bulgarian sections and further investigations are needed to test their stratigraphic utility.…”
Section: Correlation With Local Nannofossil Zonation Schemes For the Upper Campanian-maastrichtian Intervalmentioning
“…At Gubbio, the first occurrence of Lithraphidites quadratus has also been shown to lie very close to the base of Chron C31n and has been used to draw the lower/upper Maastrichtian boundary (Gardin et al, 2012). The same nannofossil biohorizon has also been used as a marker for the base of the upper Maastrichtian in the Danish Basin (Thibault et al, 2012a, b) and in the Zagros Basin, Iran (Razmjooei et al, 2014(Razmjooei et al, , 2018. Thus, again due to the lack of proper chronostratigraphic framework for section Kladorub, the lower/upper Maastrichtian boundary in the present study has been placed at the base of Lithraphidites quadratus at 96 m.…”
Section: The Lower/upper Maastrichtian Boundarymentioning
“…In this research, however, the R. calcarata Zone is only late Campanian in age and does not contain the C/M boundary. Razmjooei et al (2018) placed the C/M boundary near the FO of Gansserina gansseri and the LO of U. trifidus (calcareous nannofossil) at the Shahneshin section (Zagros Basin, Iran). However, we recorded the FOs of Contusotruncana walfichensis, Globotruncanella minuta and Trinitella scotti in the middle part of this zone and used these events to indicate the C/M boundary.…”
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“…This is indicative of the P hankeninoides Zone or CF1 in the scheme of Li and Keller (1998), which is apparently ~3 m thick at Brazos. This zone is well defined globally in Maastrichtian shallow and deep-water successions (Keller et al, 2008;Coccioni and Premoli-Silva, 2015;Razmjooei et al, 2018). The LA of Gansserina gansseri (Bolli, 1951) and the FA of Pseudoguembelina hariaensis Nederbragt, 1991, occur 7.3 m and ~18 m, respectively below the K-Pg boundary in core Mullinax-1 defining the base of zones CF2 and CF3, respectively.…”
Section: Biostratigraphic Analysis and Correlationmentioning