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Título : Magnetoestratigrafía de las sucesiones del Mioceno medio y superior del Vallès occidental (Depresión del Vallès-Penedès, NE de España): Implicaciones biocronológicas y cronoestratigráficas
Otros títulos: Magnetostratigraphy of the Middle to Late Miocene sequences from the western Valles (Valles-Penedes basin, NE Spain): Biochronological and chronostratigraphic implications
Autor : Garcés, Miguel
Palabras clave : Geocronología
Magnetoestratigrafía
Mioceno
Cataluña
Fecha de publicación : 1997
Editor: CSIC - Instituto de Ciencias de la Tierra Jaume Almera (ICTJA)
Citación : Acta Geológica Hispánica v. 32 (1997), no 3-4, p. 257-261
Resumen: The magnetostratigraphic analysis of the middle to late Miocene continental deposits from the Valles-Penedes basin, combined with its well-documented fossil mammal record, provides a well-resoluted chronology for the upper basin infill. It is based on the biostratigraphic and magnetostratigraphic cross-correlation of 18 sections throughout the alluvial and transitional/shallow marine sequences in the Western Valles area. The biostratigraphic framework consists of 24 mammal localities of upper Aragonian and Vallesian age. Correlation of the studied sections to the geomagnetic polarity time scale (GPTS) is based on the distinctive pattern of local magnetozones, as well as the radiometric age of the late Vallesian fauna from the Bicorp Basin (9.6 + 0.3 Ma) and the known relationship of the late Vallesian assemblages with marine beds belonging to the planktonic forarninifera N16 zone. It has led to an absolute dating of the fauna1 events and a precise chronostratigraphy of the Vallesian marnrnal stage in its type area. The Hipparion First Appearance Datum (FAD) defines the lower Vallesian boundary and is dated at 11.1 Ma, at the base of chron C5r. ln. It is in good agreement with radiometric ages from the early Hipparion bearing sites in the Vienna Basin (1 1.1 * 0.5 Ma) and the classic Howenegg locality in Germany (10.8 * 0.3 Ma). It also agrees with the age of the turkish localities of Yailacilar (1 1.6 + 0.25 Ma) and Yenieskihisar-2 (1 1.1 * 0.2 Ma) with absence of Hipparion. Al1 these support the isochrony of the dispersa1 of Hipparion throughout the Mediterranean region. A possible isochrony at a larger geographical scale (Old World, Mesogea) must await more reliable ages of the Hipparion FAD in Asia and Africa. The Cricetulodon FAD that defines the MN9a/MN9b boundary occurs at the middle part of C5n. Assuming an on average constant sedimentation rate, this datum has an age of approximately 10.4 Ma. The earlyllate Vallesian boundary is marked by one of the most distinct fauna1 events of the late Neogene: the dispersa1 of the muridae Progonomys into Europe and North Africa, which coincides with an important macromarnmal turnover. The first extensive appearance of Progonomys in Europe (MN9íMN10 boundary) is dated at 9.7 Ma (C4Ar3r), showing a remarkable diachrony with the Himalayan region. Fi dlly, the FAD of Rotundomys bressnnus occurs 9 in the upper part of C4Ar.ln (9.2-9.3 Ma). The Vallesian spans 2.4 Myr, from 11.1 Ma (CSr.ln) to 8.7 Ma (C4An), and correlates to the early Tortonian.
Descripción : Resumen de Tesis Doctoral. Fecha de Lectura: Mayo de 1995. Directores: Josep Maria Purés, Lluís Cabrera.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/6739
ISSN: 1695-6133
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