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Characterization of the Late Barremian in north central Tunisia: is it a prelude to the oceanic anoxic event 1a?
Khaled, H.; Chaabani, F.; Boulvain, F.; Mansoura, M. (2017). Characterization of the Late Barremian in north central Tunisia: is it a prelude to the oceanic anoxic event 1a? J. Afr. Earth Sci. 125: 177-190. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2016.11.008
In: Journal of African Earth Sciences. Elsevier: Oxford & Amsterdam. ISSN 1464-343X; e-ISSN 1879-1956
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Author keywords
    Petrography; Mineralogy; Major and trace elements; Carbon and oxygenisotopes; Paleoenvironment

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  • Khaled, H.
  • Chaabani, F.
  • Boulvain, F.
  • Mansoura, M.

Abstract
    The Late Barremian-Early Aptian of the Jebel Serdj was studied in detail regarding to lithology, microfacies, mineralogy and geochemistry in order to reconstruct the paleoenvironmental change of the Pre-Selli Event. The studied section is about 37 m-thick and it is consisting of limestone and marlstone interbeds spanning the latest Barremian-Early Aptian.During the latest Barremian, kaolinite/illite intensity ratios show high values possibly indicating a warming trend followed then by decreasing values that may indicate a cooling trend. During the Early Aptian, this cooling trend is reverted into humid/warming trend during the Selli event.During the Late Barremian, the low abundance of Ti/Al and K/Al ratios and the enrichment of some elements such as Ba, Cu and Ni suggests that the studied section is characterized by a high productivity, and a minimal detrital inputs.During the Late Barremian, the δ13C increases sporadically and is associated with enrichments in some redox-sensitive indices U/Th, V/V + Ni, Ni/Co and V/Cr indicating the presence of intermittent dysoxic to anoxic conditions.

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