Carbonate Sedimentology and Paleoecology
The journal Facies presents papers dealing with the interpretation of ancient and modern biotopes and carbonate depositional environments by means of facies analysis in its broadest sense. Once the central part of research in hydrocarbon exploration, facies analysis integrates modern and ancient biogeological processes of a changing earth. Special emphasis is placed on paleobiology and -ecology, basin evolution, sedimentology including diagenesis and geochemistry, as well as studies emphasizing the impact of life on earth history.
Lower Jurassic Bahamian-type facies in the Choč Nappe (Tatra Mts, West Carpathians, Poland) influenced by paleocirculation in the Western Tethys
Eocene carbonate clasts in Oligocene siliciclastic sediments of the Trapani Basin (NW Sicily): depositional and stratigraphic significance
Andrea Benedetti (April 2018)
Late Smithian microbial deposits and their lateral marine fossiliferous limestones (Early Triassic, Hurricane Cliffs, Utah, USA)
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