The late Cenomanian carbon isotope excursion can be shown to be synchronous over most areas of the globe where micropalaeontological data are adequate. The sedimentological variations seen in these different areas are thought to be due to palaeobathymetry. The relationship between this ‘anoxic’ event and the major faunal change in the late Cenomanian is described.

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