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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 September 2004
GSA Bulletin (2004) 116 (9-10): 1043-1058.
...Giovanni Muttoni; Dennis V. Kent; Paul E. Olsen; Piero Di Stefano; William Lowrie; Stefano M. Bernasconi; Fátima Martín Hernández Abstract We present the magnetostratigraphy and stable isotope stratigraphy from an expanded (∼430-m-thick) Upper Triassic marine limestone section at Pizzo Mondello...
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TABLE 1. PALEOMAGNETIC DIRECTIONS AND POLES FROM <b>PIZZO</b> <b>MONDELLO</b>
Published: 01 September 2004
TABLE 1. PALEOMAGNETIC DIRECTIONS AND POLES FROM PIZZO MONDELLO
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Figure 1. The <b>Pizzo</b> <b>Mondello</b> section is located in Sicily (A), and particul...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 1. The Pizzo Mondello section is located in Sicily (A), and particularly in the Sicani Mountains of central-western Sicily (B). The section crops out near the village of Bivona at the locality La Cava along the Acque Bianche Creek (C, D) (section coordinates: topographic sheet 266 I NE
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Figure 2. The Late Triassic <b>Pizzo</b> <b>Mondello</b> section, whose ∼150-m-thick basa...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 2. The Late Triassic Pizzo Mondello section, whose ∼150-m-thick basal part straddling the conodont Carnian-Norian boundary was studied by Muttoni et al. (2001a) . The upper part of the section, up to meter level ∼430 in the uppermost Norian, is the subject of this study.
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Figure 3. The Late Triassic <b>Pizzo</b> <b>Mondello</b> section, with indication of bios...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 3. The Late Triassic Pizzo Mondello section, with indication of biostratigraphic age (T. 2—Tuvalian 2, LAC. 1—Lacian 1), lithology units (i) to (iv) (Ch. Lm.—Cherty Limestone), paleomagnetism samples from this study (i.e., from unit [iv]) as well as Muttoni et al. (2001a) (i.e., from units
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Figure 7. The biostratigraphic stage boundaries from <b>Pizzo</b> <b>Mondello</b> were ma...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 7. The biostratigraphic stage boundaries from Pizzo Mondello were magnetostratigraphically correlated with the Newark APTS. Two correlation options are proposed and discussed: option #1 (left) and option #2 (right). Preference is given to the statistically more realistic option #2, which
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Figure 8. The <b>Pizzo</b> <b>Mondello</b> geomagnetic reversal sequence in linear depth ...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 8. The Pizzo Mondello geomagnetic reversal sequence in linear depth coordinates was slid along the Newark APTS in linear age coordinates maintaining the internal polarity coherency, and a t value was calculated for each of the 16 possible correlation options (t = R*sqrt[(N − 2)/(1 − R 2
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1967
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1967) S7-IX (1): 104-110.
... part of the evaporite series, is overridden by the Pizzo Mondello structural unit in which are represented all the stratigraphic units except the evaporites. The Monte Rose unit is primarily composed of Triassic rocks and is thrust over the Pizzo Mondello unit and the evaporite series. The last...
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 June 2012
Geology (2012) 40 (6): 515-518.
...M. Rigo; J.A. Trotter; N. Preto; I.S. Williams Abstract The oxygen isotopic composition of conodonts from the Pizzo Mondello section in the Sicani Basin (Sicily, Italy), on the northwestern Tethys margin, has been used to reconstruct regional paleoseawater conditions. The δ 18 O phos values (21...
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Figure 4. The natural remanent magnetization (NRM) intensities of the <b>Pizzo</b>...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 4. The natural remanent magnetization (NRM) intensities of the Pizzo Mondello section are on average less than 0.01 mA/m (A). Basic rock magnetic properties using isothermal remanent magnetization (IRM) acquisition curves (B), and thermal decay of three-component IRM (C) indicate
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Figure 11. Detailed correlation between the lower parts of the <b>Pizzo</b> Mondel...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 11. Detailed correlation between the lower parts of the Pizzo Mondello section, Silicka Brezova composite section ( Channell et al., 2003 ), and the Newark APTS. The lower part of the Silicka Brezova composite section containing the Carnian-Norian boundary is composed of the Lower Trench
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2011
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2011) 130 (1): 42-60.
.... In this tectonic frame Rocca Busambra is a 15 km long, E-W-trending large antiform, slightly rotated to the NW-SE on its eastern limb (Pizzo Marabito). The unit forms a southerly verging ramp structure; it is bound, to the south, by E-W and WNW-ESE striking major reverse faults and, to the north, by the E-W...
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Figure 1. Correlation of Pignola 2 section to Silickà Brezovà ( Channell ...
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Published: 01 December 2006
Figure 1. Correlation of Pignola 2 section to Silickà Brezovà ( Channell et al., 2003 ), Pizzo Mondello ( Muttoni et al., 2004 ), and astronomical polarity time scale (APTS) of Newark Basin ( Kent and Olsen, 1999 ). Carnian– Norian boundary and magnetostratigraphic correlations according
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Correlation of the HWQ section with the Newark Astrochronostratigraphic Pol...
Published: 18 December 2018
Fig. 9. Correlation of the HWQ section with the Newark Astrochronostratigraphic Polarity Time Scale (APTS) ( Kent et al. 2017 ) and Pizzo Mondello, Sicily ( Muttoni et al. 2004 ), based on conodont biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy ( Zhang et al. 2015 ; Jin et al. 2018
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Correlation of the HWQ section with the Newark APTS ( Kent  et al.  2017 ) ...
Published: 18 December 2018
Fig. 10. Correlation of the HWQ section with the Newark APTS ( Kent et al. 2017 ) and Pizzo Mondello, Sicily ( Muttoni et al. 2004 ), based on ammonoid biostratigraphy (this study; Balini et al. 2012 , for Pizzo Mondello) and magnetostratigraphy ( Zhang et al. 2015 ). The Carnian–Norian
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Figure 5. Vector end-point demagnetization diagrams of representative sampl...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 5. Vector end-point demagnetization diagrams of representative samples from Pizzo Mondello. Closed symbols are projections onto the horizontal plane, and open symbols onto the vertical plane in geographic (in situ) coordinates. Demagnetization temperatures are expressed in °C.
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Figure 6. Equal-area projections before (in situ) and after bedding tilt co...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 6. Equal-area projections before (in situ) and after bedding tilt correction of the characteristic component directions from Pizzo Mondello ( Table 1 , data entry #1). Closed symbols are projections onto the lower hemisphere and open symbols onto the upper hemisphere.
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Figure 10. A Triassic time scale was constructed by adopting the biostratig...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 10. A Triassic time scale was constructed by adopting the biostratigraphic stage boundaries from Pizzo Mondello, magnetostratigraphically correlated with the Newark APTS. The carbon isotope shift located close to the conodont Carnian-Norian boundary at Pizzo Mondello is indicated
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Location of the study area and sections during the Late Triassic. ( a ) Pos...
Published: 18 December 2018
Fig. 1. Location of the study area and sections during the Late Triassic. ( a ) Position of study area (star) in eastern Tethys during the Late Triassic (simplified from Golonka 2007 ). Carnian–Norian GSSP candidate sections: BBR, Black Bear Ridge, British Columbia; PMS, Pizzo Mondello, Sicily
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Other Late Ladinian and Carnian bio-magnetostratigraphies and probable corr...
Published: 01 May 2007
Fig. 15.  Other Late Ladinian and Carnian bio-magnetostratigraphies and probable correlations to the Central Spitsbergen sections. Newark Supergroup from Kent et al . (1995) and Le Tourneau (1999) . Pizzo Mondello from Muttoni et al . (2001, 2004) . Silická Brezová from Channell et al