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“…The examined aragonite fragments of the shells were found in siliceous limestones with high porosity [19,20], which should have promoted rapid dissolution and the removal of the skeleton from the fossil record. For example, in British Cretaceous chalk the aragonite is “totally absent” [18].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The examined aragonite fragments of the shells were found in siliceous limestones with high porosity [19,20], which should have promoted rapid dissolution and the removal of the skeleton from the fossil record. For example, in British Cretaceous chalk the aragonite is “totally absent” [18].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although the occurrence of aragonite fossils is quite common in Cenozoic deposits, the preservation potential of aragonite decreases with geological age (see [18]). The aragonite fossils of Mesozoic and (only exceptionally) Paleozoic age are only found when enclosed by argillaceous rocks or other impermeable deposits, so the highly porous siliceous limestones (opokas) typical of Upper Cretaceous deposits of central Europe (see [19,20]) are not considered a suitable environment for the preservation of pristine aragonite. To date, no fossils with preserved original aragonitic shells have been reported from these deposits; the formerly aragonitic shells typically occur as moulds (Fig 1A–1C; see also [21–23]) or entirely transformed (calcitized) specimens.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, relevant research offers important insights into the impact of silification on primary structural and textural features, allowing for a determination of the influence of sedimentology and diagenesis on properties of the rocks studied. The recognition of changes in the primary sediment matrix is significant as the history of diagenesis is studied [33][34][35][36].…”
Section: Geological Settingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The name ‘opoka’ is widely used in Polish geological literature and refers to a specific variety of a siliceous limestone (see Jurkowska et al . 2019; Machalski & Malchyk 2019).…”
Section: Geological Settingmentioning
confidence: 99%