Abstract

The major lithofacies and depth of accumulation of Mesozoic pelagic carbonate and siliceous formations are expressed as a function of the history of crustal subsidence and of the depths of various dissolution surfaces. This dissolution-facies model may afford a plausible starting point for unifying and explaining the sedimentological evolution of the Mesozoic pelagic sequences.

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