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Aptian/Albian (Early Cretaceous) paleogeography of the South Atlantic: a paleontological perspective
Brazilian Journal of Geology
Paleontological data obtained in recent years reinforce the hypothesis that Aptian marine sedimentation in the sedimentary basins of the Brazilian continental margin -except the Pelotas basin, the southernmost Brazilian basin -took place under the domain of waters coming from the north through the Tethys Sea (Central Atlantic). Tethyan waters could reach the basins of the Brazilian continental margin via the seaway then existing in the present-day region of northeastern Brazil. Here there aredoi:10.5327/z2317-4889201400020012 fatcat:f3vf543w7bbtdofmn5iyhzff4y