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    Authors: BOSELLINI, FRANCESCA R.; TREVISANI, ENRICO;

    The Castelgomberto Limestone is a 2OO m thick unit of Early Oligocene age (Rupelian) outcropping in the Eastern Lessini Mountains (Southern Alps of Northern ltaly). The internal cyclic organization of this Oligocene unit is described and analyzed on the basis of four selected sections; about thirteen well-bedded grainstone units alternate with marly horizons rich in corals. This peculiar cyclicity is here interpreted as a response to variations in platform hydrodynamics, i. e. to smaller eustatic fluctuations affecting the Lessini Shelf reef-lagoonal complex. During highstand periods, the shelf was open and relatively deep (20-50 m), and tidal currents and periodic storms were able to distribute bioclastic sands (bars, sand waves and spillovers). During lowstands the shelf was more protected by the occurrence of marginal reefs and was colonized by patches of poritid corals, mainly branching. Moreover, the largely exposed northern areas supplied fine detritus to the shelf itself. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 98, No 3

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    Authors: RIGO, MANUEL; PRETO, NEREO; FRANCESCHI, MARCO; GUAIUMI, CHIARA;

    The Upper Triassic Calcari con Selce Formation, cropping out in the southern Apennines (S Italy), consists of 400 m of micritic limestones, often nodular, with chert beds and nodules, organized in dm to m beds intercalated with mm (rarely centimetric) marly horizons. Three intervals characterized by higher siliciclastic content have been recognized within this formation, and stratigraphically ordered after an accurate conodont biostratigraphical investigation: 1) the green clay-radiolaritic horizon, previously named in literature with the informal expression of “livello argilloso ad Halobia superba”, Tuvalian (upper Carnian); 2) an interval of some tens of meters of limestones and brown shales with abundant chert beds, here informally termed the "brown member", Tuvalian/Lacian (upper Carnian/lower Norian; 3) the ca. 3 m thick red shale horizon, Sevatian (upper Norian) in age. All these intervals are characterized by micritic limestones or marly limestones with bivalves, radiolarians and conodonts alternating with shales (green, brown or red) having thicknesses of 50 cm or more. These intervals are also associated to an increase of calciturbidites, consisting of echinoderm fragments, isolated thin-shelled bivalves and reworked, partially lithified intraclasts of the Calcari con Selce Fm. The Carnian green clay-radiolaritic horizon and the Sevatian red siliciclastic interval are useful lithostratigraphic markers recognizable throughout the Lagonegro Basin and have been used as guide horizons to evaluate the lateral continuity of contiguous limestone beds. The green clay-radiolaritic horizon has been logged in 4 sections (Pignola 2, Mt. Armizzone, Pezza la Quagliara, San Michele). The sections are presently at approximately 50 km distance - but Tertiary thrusts occur between the sections, suggesting a larger separation at the time of the deposition of the Formation. Above the green clay-radiolaritic horizon, single carbonate beds or banks with the same stratigraphic position and common characteristics are recognizable in all sections. The thickness of these limestone beds may vary, but the shale interlayers and cherty beds are identical, thus, the carbonate beds have been correlated. The stratigraphic interval comprising the Sevatian red shale horizon has been acquired in two sections separated by 7 km, Monte Buccaglione (i.e lower portion of the Sasso di Castalda section) and Monte Cugnone, with a Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS). TLSs produce high resolution and high accuracy 3D representations of outcrops, stored as point-clouds. A regular sequence of limestone beds and shale interlayers, distinguished because of their different reflectance, has been recorded below the red shale horizon, and the thickness of single carbonate banks resulted identical within the instrumental resolution. Calcareous beds or banks thus can be correlated at the basinal scale. This implies that the Lagonegro Basin is characterized by laterally continuous carbonate sedimentation, most probably controlled by allocyclic factors, providing potential for cyclostratigraphic investigations. Original papers Rivista italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Vol 118, No 1

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    Authors: CARBONE, SERAFINA; LENTINI, FABIO;

    On the base of some tentative geological profiles across the external areas of the Lucanian Apennines (Southern Italy), worked out by means of field and well data, has been possible to restare the generai geometrical framework. The results allow to discuss the possible evolution in time and space of the processes associated with the thrust faulting. Starting from the external zones it's possible to recognize two major structural elements: the Apulian Foreland and the Apenninic Chain. The Apulian Foreland, a very thick from Mesozoic to Pleistocene carbonate sequence, is downfaulted toward SW giving rise to a foredeep: the Bradanic Trough. Internal to this foredeep zone a carbonate platform more or less deformed from Upper Mio­cene onwards, has been recognized. It probably represents the more internal extension of the Apulian plat­form. Thus we distinguish an "Apulian Chain" representing a sector of the foreland, deformed since Late Mio­cene times, from the Apulian Foreland, where extensional regime was predominant. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 96, No 2-3

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    Authors: DI STEFANO, Pietro; RENDA, Pietro; Mcroberts, C; Tripodo, A; +2 Authors

    A section of carbonate megabreccias grading upward to deep-water Daonella limestones is described from the locality of Sant’Otiero, near Petralia Sottana, in the Madonie Mountains (Sicily). The megabreccia mainly consists of neritic elements containing dasycladalean algae (Diplopora annulatissima Pia) along with benthic foraminifers and problematics. The overlying calcilutitic strata are characterized by lumachella intercalations containing the bivalve Daonella tyrolensis Mojsisovics suggesting an early Late Ladinian (Protrachyceras longobardicum ammonoid zone) age. We informally name the Daonella limestone as the calcare di Sant’Otiero (Sant’Otiero limestone). The Daonella limestones along with the neritic megabreccia extraclasts with Diplopora annulatissima represent a previously unknown component of the pre-Carnian stratigraphy from the paleo-Alpine Sicily. Rivista italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Vol 118, No 2

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    Authors: GARZANTI, EDUARDO; NICORA, ALDA; TINTORI, ANDREA; SCIUNNACH, DARIO; +1 Authors

    In the Manang area (north Annapurna Range; Nepal Himalaya), the Permo-Carboniferous succession is 1000 to 1500 m thick. Crinoidal biocalcarenites (Tilicho Lake Fm.) pass upward to alternating black shales and sharp-based white quartzose sandstones (Thini Chu Group). Detailed stratigraphic analysis of this unit allowed us to recognize and establish 5 new formations and 8 new members. The Marsyandi Fm., of Visean age, records an increase of subarkosic terrigenous detritus during the initial stage of Neotethyan rifting, and is capped by two sequences "Syringotbyris beds") characterized by transgressive sandstones rich in Serpukhovian brachiopods. The overlying black shales with subordinate quartzarenites (Col Noir Shale) are followed in the more proximal Bangba section by diamictites yielding dolostone rock fragments, documenting the first advance of glacial ice on rift shoulders, actively uplifted since the Bashkirian-Moscovian (Bangba Fm.). Next, glaciomarine to transgressive shelfal deposits are enriched first in igneous detritus and then in arenaceous rock fragments (Braga Fm.). Mafic to felsic magmatism during the climax of rifting was thus followed by active erosion of sedimentary successions, probably around the Carboniferous/Permian boundary. A major Early Permian transgression, coinciding with ameliorating climates at the end of the Gondwana glaciation, was followed by mainly estuarine chert-bearing quartzose pebbly sandstones capped by richly bioclastic shelfal deposits (Puchenpra Fm.). This second major transgression, associated with quartzose sandstones documenting subdued rift reliefs, is dated as Bolorian at Bangba, as Murgabian-Midian at Col Noirand as Djulfian at Tilicho. The base of the condensed outer shelf/upper slope carbonates capping the Thini Chu Group ("topmost biocalcarenites") is also strongly heterochronous, being dated as Bolorian to Kubergandian-Murgabian at Bangba and as Djulfian-Dorashamian at Col Noir and Tilicho. Thermal subsidence associated with the opening of Neotethys thus began as early as the Early Permian. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), V. 100, N. 2

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    Authors: AMALIA SPINA; MICHAEL H. STEPHENSON; SIMONETTA CIRILLI; MOHAMMAD ARIA-NASAB; +1 Authors

    A detailed microfloristic study was conducted in the Faraghan Formation in nine boreholes drilled by the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and in four outcrops in the Zagros Basin. The Faraghan Formation, widely distributed in the Zagros area, generally consists of shale intercalated with sandstone and pebble conglomerate, with thin carbonate intercalations near the top. Due to the lack of significant fossils, the age of this rock unit has been strongly debated in the Iranian literature and uncertainly attributed to the Pennsylvanian or Cisuralian. In this study, the age of the Faraghan Formation was reviewed in light of new biostratigraphic advances in the Arabian Peninsula. The assemblage is characterized by an abundance of monosaccate pollen such as Florinites? balmei, Caheniasaccites spp., Plicatipollenites spp., Potonieisporites spp. and Striomonosaccites spp., and bisaccate pollen such as Alisporites spp., Corisaccites alutas, Distriatites insolitus, Hamiapollenites spp. and Striatopodocarpites spp.. The assemblage also contains polyplicate pollen such as Vittatina spp.. Spores such as Indotriradites mundus and Thymospora opaqua are also present. The stratigraphic ranges of the taxa allow reference to the biozone schemes for Oman and assignment of the Faraghan Formation to the Guadalupian. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), V. 124, N. 3 (2018)

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    Authors: MAURIZIO GAETANI; LUCIA ANGIOLINI; EDUARDO GARZANTI; FLAVIO JADOUL; +3 Authors

    The stratigraphical data collected during four geological expeditions to the Northern Karakorum (1996,1991,1992a,1992b) are discussed. The sedimentary succession has been classified by 9 formations, here formalised, and subdivided into members and lithozones. The biochronology has been established on fusulinids, brachiopods, and conodonts. Several plates illustrate the most significant fossil species as well as the litho- and microfacies. The sedimentary succession may be roughly subdivided into three parts. The lower part consists of terrigenous rocks, mostly pelitic and less frequently arenaceous(quartzarenites with thick arkose intervals during the latest Asselian-early Sakmarian). They are evidence of a continental to coxtal environment, with short term marine ingressions. The second part begins with the Sakmarian, when the marine environment spread over most of the studied area. Bioclastic sand bars with brachiopods and crinoids at the base are followed by huge fusulinid packages. In Hunza oolitic bars and dolostone peritidal cycles also follow. The carbonate ramp is often polluted by terrigenous sediments, especially westwards. Temporary arenaceous spillovers (quartzarenites), often linked to minor sedimentation gaps, occur both westwards in the Baroghil area, and eastwards in the Hunza-Shimshal area. In the centre, in the Upper Karambar valley, a large gap most probably occurs, with reappearance of the sedimentation only with the dolostones of the Upper Permian. These erosional episodes with arenaceous spillovers are interpreted as being linked to rifting events of the Neotethys opening, active southwards. The third part of rhe succession concerns the Late Permian. Towards the end at the Murgabian or at the beginning of the Midian, the Northern Karakorum is subdivided into two major areas. To the west, after a transgressive episode with ironstone deposition, a wide peritidal carbonate platform spread over from Baroghil to Chillinji in Karambar and the Pasu area in Hunza. This palaeogeographic pattern extends up to the Triassic. However, biostratigraphic control is poor. Instead to the north-east, a progressive sinking of the slope is observed, with spreading of deeper environments and cherty limestone deposition. The down-warping is activated by block-faulting resulting in huge megabreccia bodies interbedded with the cherty limestones. During the Dzhulfian, significant clay inputs dilute the carbonate mud accumulation and shales are dominant around the Permian-Triassic boundary. Pelagic carbonate sedimentation gradually recovers from the Smithian onward. The Permian of the Karakorum is the sedimentary evidence of the passive margin of a lithospheric block, detached from the Gondwana continent during the Permian, that will later migrate towards the centre of the Paleo-Tethys, along with other lithospheric blocks of the Mega Lhasa plate. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), V. 101, N. 2

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    Authors: MARCO BENVENUTI;

    In this paper are exposed the results of statigraphical and sedimentary analysis carried out in the north-western side of the Plio-Pleistocene fluviolacustrine upper Valdarno basin. The deposits of Montevarchi and Torrente Ciuffenna Successions were mapped. These deposits originated during the second and third phases, respectively, of a three-phases sedimentary history. They are separated by an erosional surface extended on the whole basin. According to the existing literature the chronostratigraphic gap extends from the upper part of the Early Pleistocene to the lower part of the Middle Pleistocene. The studied Successions can be classified using the unconformity-bounded stratigraphic units nomenclarure. The Sinthem term is proposed replacing the Succession term. The sedimentary evolution of the studied area is reconstructed starting from the Upper Pliocene. During the deposition of the Montevarchi Sinthem, a fluviolacustrine setting developed in this area. Facies analysis made it possible to recognize coarse-grained fan deltas prograding into a shallow lacustrine environment. The fan delta succession records significant tectonically induced variations of the clastic imput. The lower part of the fan delta succession is characterized by calcareous-arenaceous conglomerates of northwestern provenance. A subsequent rise of the Pratomagno chain lead to a predominance of arenaceous clastic material of eastern provenience. In the fan deltas deposits mammal fossils belonging to the Late Villafranchian and probably to the Early Galerian have been recovered. According ro these data the fluviolacustrine succession developed until the upper part of Lower Pleistocene. The unconformity separating the second and third phase may cover a smaller span of time in the studied area. In the third depositional phase an alluvial setting replaced the fluviolacustrine one previously developed. The alluvial fan succession building up the Torrente Ciuffenna Sinthem, filled the basin during the Middle Pleistocene. The erosion of the northern threshold closing the basin for the most part of the Pleistocene, induced in the Late Pleistocene the beginning of the erosive phase. On the whole the depositional evolution of the studied area was tectonically controlled. The climatic influence over the sedimentation was of lesser importance. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), V. 98, N. 4

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    Authors: FRANçOIS BAROZ; ROSSANA MARTINI; LOUISETTE ZANINETTI;

    Au N de Tessalonique, entre la route Tessalonique-Langhadas et la valleé du Gallikos, le petit chainon d'Oréokastro s'allonge sur environ 12 km suivant une direction NW-SE. Sa dorsale est constituée par des calcaires triasiques qui font l'objet de cette étude. L'analyse micropaléontologique, stratigraphique et sédi­mentologique a permis de distinguer deux séries stratigraphiques, l'une caractérisée par des associations de Fora­minifères du Trias inférieur, l'autre par des microfaunes attribuables au Trias moyen (Anisien). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 96, No 1

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    Authors: BERSEZIO, RICCARDO;

    A stratigraphic unit, Early Aptian in age, equivalent to the Lower Aptian Livello Selli of the Umbria-Marche Basin, has been recognized in the Lombardy Basin (Southern Alps) and is here described. The unit is up to 3 m thick, and consists of alternating pelagic calcilutites, marlstones, black shales and rare pelagic turbidites. Due to the uneven basin morphology, with intrabasinal structural highs, the Livello Selli Equivalent unit (LSE) is often lacking. The LSE is located in the central part of a stratigraphic unit, locally bounded by discontinuities, that is here interpreted as a complete transgressive/regressive (T/R) cycle of latest Barremian to Late Aptian age. The sedimentary features of this cycle, can be used to support comparisons between the lombardian succession and those from other basins. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 99, No 4

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    Authors: BOSELLINI, FRANCESCA R.; TREVISANI, ENRICO;

    The Castelgomberto Limestone is a 2OO m thick unit of Early Oligocene age (Rupelian) outcropping in the Eastern Lessini Mountains (Southern Alps of Northern ltaly). The internal cyclic organization of this Oligocene unit is described and analyzed on the basis of four selected sections; about thirteen well-bedded grainstone units alternate with marly horizons rich in corals. This peculiar cyclicity is here interpreted as a response to variations in platform hydrodynamics, i. e. to smaller eustatic fluctuations affecting the Lessini Shelf reef-lagoonal complex. During highstand periods, the shelf was open and relatively deep (20-50 m), and tidal currents and periodic storms were able to distribute bioclastic sands (bars, sand waves and spillovers). During lowstands the shelf was more protected by the occurrence of marginal reefs and was colonized by patches of poritid corals, mainly branching. Moreover, the largely exposed northern areas supplied fine detritus to the shelf itself. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 98, No 3

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    Authors: RIGO, MANUEL; PRETO, NEREO; FRANCESCHI, MARCO; GUAIUMI, CHIARA;

    The Upper Triassic Calcari con Selce Formation, cropping out in the southern Apennines (S Italy), consists of 400 m of micritic limestones, often nodular, with chert beds and nodules, organized in dm to m beds intercalated with mm (rarely centimetric) marly horizons. Three intervals characterized by higher siliciclastic content have been recognized within this formation, and stratigraphically ordered after an accurate conodont biostratigraphical investigation: 1) the green clay-radiolaritic horizon, previously named in literature with the informal expression of “livello argilloso ad Halobia superba”, Tuvalian (upper Carnian); 2) an interval of some tens of meters of limestones and brown shales with abundant chert beds, here informally termed the "brown member", Tuvalian/Lacian (upper Carnian/lower Norian; 3) the ca. 3 m thick red shale horizon, Sevatian (upper Norian) in age. All these intervals are characterized by micritic limestones or marly limestones with bivalves, radiolarians and conodonts alternating with shales (green, brown or red) having thicknesses of 50 cm or more. These intervals are also associated to an increase of calciturbidites, consisting of echinoderm fragments, isolated thin-shelled bivalves and reworked, partially lithified intraclasts of the Calcari con Selce Fm. The Carnian green clay-radiolaritic horizon and the Sevatian red siliciclastic interval are useful lithostratigraphic markers recognizable throughout the Lagonegro Basin and have been used as guide horizons to evaluate the lateral continuity of contiguous limestone beds. The green clay-radiolaritic horizon has been logged in 4 sections (Pignola 2, Mt. Armizzone, Pezza la Quagliara, San Michele). The sections are presently at approximately 50 km distance - but Tertiary thrusts occur between the sections, suggesting a larger separation at the time of the deposition of the Formation. Above the green clay-radiolaritic horizon, single carbonate beds or banks with the same stratigraphic position and common characteristics are recognizable in all sections. The thickness of these limestone beds may vary, but the shale interlayers and cherty beds are identical, thus, the carbonate beds have been correlated. The stratigraphic interval comprising the Sevatian red shale horizon has been acquired in two sections separated by 7 km, Monte Buccaglione (i.e lower portion of the Sasso di Castalda section) and Monte Cugnone, with a Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS). TLSs produce high resolution and high accuracy 3D representations of outcrops, stored as point-clouds. A regular sequence of limestone beds and shale interlayers, distinguished because of their different reflectance, has been recorded below the red shale horizon, and the thickness of single carbonate banks resulted identical within the instrumental resolution. Calcareous beds or banks thus can be correlated at the basinal scale. This implies that the Lagonegro Basin is characterized by laterally continuous carbonate sedimentation, most probably controlled by allocyclic factors, providing potential for cyclostratigraphic investigations. Original papers Rivista italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Vol 118, No 1

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    Authors: CARBONE, SERAFINA; LENTINI, FABIO;

    On the base of some tentative geological profiles across the external areas of the Lucanian Apennines (Southern Italy), worked out by means of field and well data, has been possible to restare the generai geometrical framework. The results allow to discuss the possible evolution in time and space of the processes associated with the thrust faulting. Starting from the external zones it's possible to recognize two major structural elements: the Apulian Foreland and the Apenninic Chain. The Apulian Foreland, a very thick from Mesozoic to Pleistocene carbonate sequence, is downfaulted toward SW giving rise to a foredeep: the Bradanic Trough. Internal to this foredeep zone a carbonate platform more or less deformed from Upper Mio­cene onwards, has been recognized. It probably represents the more internal extension of the Apulian plat­form. Thus we distinguish an "Apulian Chain" representing a sector of the foreland, deformed since Late Mio­cene times, from the Apulian Foreland, where extensional regime was predominant. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia (Research In Paleontology and Stratigraphy), Vol 96, No 2-3

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    Authors: DI STEFANO, Pietro; RENDA, Pietro; Mcroberts, C; Tripodo, A; +2 Authors

    A section of carbonate megabreccias grading upward to deep-water Daonella limestones is described from the locality of Sant’Otiero, near Petralia Sottana, in the Madonie Mountains (Sicily). The megabreccia mainly consists of neritic elements containing dasycladalean algae (Diplopora annulatissima Pia) along with benthic foraminifers and problematics. The overlying calcilutitic strata are characterized by lumachella intercalations containing the bivalve Daonella tyrolensis Mojsisovics suggesting an early Late Ladinian (Protrachyceras longobardicum ammonoid zone) age. We informally name the Daonella limestone as the calcare di Sant’Otiero (Sant’Otiero limestone). The Daonella limestones along with the neritic megabreccia extraclasts with Diplopora annulatissima represent a previously unknown component of the pre-Carnian stratigraphy from the paleo-Alpine Sicily. Rivista italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Vol 118, No 2

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