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During Aptian to Albian times a major influx of terrigenous material from the emerged Arabian Shield led to the deposition of the Nahr Umr Formation within the intracratonic Bab Basin. This argillaceous facies interfingers in northern Oman with sediments shed from reefal complexes. We studied a 100 km transect across the zone of facies intercalation extending from the margin of the Neo-Tethys (northern Jabal Akhdar) into the fringes of the Bab Basin in northern Oman (Foothills). The age of formation boundaries and key beds and surfaces in a reference section (Wadi Bani Kharus; I) was dated by use of...

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