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“…Vandenberghe et al (2004) interpreted strata in the Maastricht area in terms of sequence-stratigraphic concepts and regarded the so-called belemnite lag deposit ('belemnite graveyard') at the base of the Vijlen Member in the so-called 'Beutenaken area' as a separate sequence, followed by the next sequence starting in the Bovenste Bos quarry with the 'typical' Vijlen Member with the 'conglomerate' at the base. The beginning of the sedimentation of the 'belemnite graveyard' with Belemnella obtusa Schulz, 1979 as the dominating belemnite species may thus correlate with the lower transgressive system tract identified by Engelke et al (2018) in the Belemnella obtusa Zone of the Kronsmoor section. Keutgen et al (2010) summarised the belemnite sequence in the burrows that pipe down into the topmost Beutenaken Member typical of the 'belemnite graveyard' at the base of the Vijlen Member in the Bovenste Bos quarry as follows.…”
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“…Vandenberghe et al (2004) interpreted strata in the Maastricht area in terms of sequence-stratigraphic concepts and regarded the so-called belemnite lag deposit ('belemnite graveyard') at the base of the Vijlen Member in the so-called 'Beutenaken area' as a separate sequence, followed by the next sequence starting in the Bovenste Bos quarry with the 'typical' Vijlen Member with the 'conglomerate' at the base. The beginning of the sedimentation of the 'belemnite graveyard' with Belemnella obtusa Schulz, 1979 as the dominating belemnite species may thus correlate with the lower transgressive system tract identified by Engelke et al (2018) in the Belemnella obtusa Zone of the Kronsmoor section. Keutgen et al (2010) summarised the belemnite sequence in the burrows that pipe down into the topmost Beutenaken Member typical of the 'belemnite graveyard' at the base of the Vijlen Member in the Bovenste Bos quarry as follows.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…This numerical age marks the beginning of the sedimentation of the Vijlen Member within the channel-like structures and, hence, a transgressive event. For the sake of completeness, it should be mentioned that the sequence boundary at KMa1 (72 Ma) may correspond to that identified by Engelke et al (2018) in the uppermost Campanian (Belemnella lanceolata Zone) of the Kronsmoor section (northern Germany). In the Maastricht area it might be linked with the formation of the 'belemnite graveyard' at the basis of the Vijlen Member in the so-called 'Beutenaken area', which may be regarded as a transgressive event as well, but further studies are needed to settle this matter.…”
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“…Palaega carteri or Cardiaster granulosus). However, such a predominance of epibenthic taxa in macrobenthic offshore assemblages from Upper Cretaceous chalks has also been demonstrated by Engelke et al (2016), without any palaeoecological (Engelke et al 2017) or geochemical (Engelke et al 2018) evidence for oxygen restriction.…”
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“…The most common element ratios that have been used as proxies for terrigenous supplies are Ti/Al, Zr/Al, K/Al, Mg/Al, Rb/Al, and Si/Al (e.g., Hild and Brumsack, 1998;Niebuhr, 2005;Calvert and Pedersen, 2007;Engelke et al, 2018).…”
Section: Elemental Geochemistrymentioning