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Post-Caledonian sediments in North-East Greenland between 76° and 78°30'N
Rapport Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse
Post-Caledonian sediments in North-East Greenland between 76° and 78° 30´N are, with the exception of an outlier near Kulhøj, restricted to Store Koldewey. The sediments on Store Koldewey, believed to span the Middle Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous (Callovian to Aptian), are dominated by fine-grained sand and silt. They contain a rich macrofauna which, together with material collected for microfloral investigations, will form the basis for a detailed stratigraphy and dating of the sequence.doi:10.34194/rapggu.v148.8131 fatcat:6cvukd35xjgjznhrtulmmifrfm