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We describe twelve foraminiferal zones of the Cretaceous continental margin of Zaire and Cabinda (Angola). These zones correspond as follows: one to the late Albian; four to the Cenomanian (one lateral facies); two to the Turonian; one to the Coniacian; one to the Santonian; two to the Campanian; and one to the Maestrichtian. The foraminiferal fauna indicate a transgression from the late Albian to middle Campanian interrupted by three short regressions at the end of the middle Cenomanian, late Turonian, and late Santonian. A regression began from middle Campanian to late Maestrichtian. The paleobathymetric curve of Cabinda (Angola) and...

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