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Identification of the best sequence of planktonic foraminiferal events that is reproducible across the Coniacian–Santonian boundary interval is determined by comparison of data from three reference sections: the Cantera de Margas section at Olazagutia in northern Spain (Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point [GSSP] for the base of the Santonian Stage), the Ten Mile Creek section in southern Texas (candidate GSSP stratotype for the base of the Santonian Stage), and Tanzania Drilling Project (TDP) Site 39 drilled in Tanzania. In the stratotype section, the GSSP is marked by the lowest occurrence of the inoceramid Cladoceramus undulatoplicatus (= Platyceramus undulatoplicatus...

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