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Meteoric diagenesis of Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene-Eocene shallow-water carbonates in the Kruja Platform (Albania): geochemical evidence

References Allan J.R. & Matthews R.K. 2006: Isotope signatures associated with early meteoric diagenesis. Sedimentology 29, 797-817. Bellanca A., Claps M., Erba E., Masseti D., Neri R., Premoli-Silva I. & Venezia F. 1996: Orbitally induced limestone/marlstone rhythms in the Albian-Cenomanian Cismon section (Venetian region, northern Italy): sedimentology, calcareous and siliceous plankton distribution, elemental and isotope geochemistry. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 126, 227

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Clay mineralogy of the Paleozoic-Lower Mesozoic sedimentary sequence from the northern part of the Arabian Platform, Hazro (Diyarbakır, Southeast Anatolia)

. & Yalçın H. 2004a: New mineralogical data and implications for the tectono-metamorphic evolution of the Alanya Nappes, Central Tauride Belt, Turkey. Int. Geol. Rev. 46, 347-365. Bozkaya Ö. & Yalçın H. 2004b: Diagenetic to low-grade metamorphic evolution of clay mineral assemblages in Palaeozoic to early Mesozoic rocks of the Eastern Taurides, Turkey. Clay Miner. 39, 481-500. Bozkaya Ö. & Yalçın H. 2005: Diagenesis and very low-grade metamorphism of the Antalya Unit: Mineralogical evidences on the Triassic rifting

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Chemical signals and reconstruction of life strategies from ancient human bones and teeth - problems and perspectives

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Diagenetic signals from ancient human remains - bioarchaeological applications

. (1997). Isotopic biogeochemistry as a marker of Neandertal diet. Anthropologischer Anzeiger 55 (2), 101-120. Brady, A. L., White, Ch. D., Longstaffe, F. J., & Southam, G. (2008). Investigating intra-bone isotopic variations in biopatite using IR-laser ablation and micromilling: Implications for identifying diagenesis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 266 (3-4), 190-199. DOI:10.1016/j.palaeo.2008.03.031. Buckberry, J. (2000). Missing, presumed buried? Bone diagenesis and the under-representation of

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On the peritidal cycles and their diagenetic evolution in the Lower Jurassic carbonates of the Calcare Massiccio Formation (Central Apennines)

. Colorado School of Mines, Quarterly 81, 59–73. Iannace A., Capuano M. & Galluccio L. 2011: “Dolomites and dolomites” in Mesozoic platform carbonates of the Southern Apennines: geometric distribution, petrography and geochemistry. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 310, 324–339. James N.P. & Coquette P. 1990: Limestones — the meteoric diagenetic environment. In: McIlreath I.A. & Morrow D.A. (Eds.): Diagenesis. Geoscience Canada Reprint Series 4, 35–73. Lohmann K.C. 1988: Geochemical patterns of meteoric diagenetic systems and their application

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Multiphase carbonate cementation in the Miocene Pétervására Sandstone (North Hungary): implications for basinal fluid flow and burial history

sedimentary rocks. Hemphill Publishing Company . Austin, Texas, 1–190. Friedman I. & O’Neil J. 1977: Compilation of Stable Isotope Fractionation Factors of Geochemical Interest. In: M. Fleischer (Ed.): Data of Geochemistry. US Geological Survey Professional Paper , 440-KK, Washington. Gier S., Worden R.H., Johns W.D. & Kurzweil H. 2008: Diagenesis and reservoir quality of Miocene sandstones in the Vienna Basin, Austria. Mar. Pet. Geol . 25, 681–695. Gradstein F. & Ogg J. 2004: Geologic Time Scale 2004 — why, how, and where next!. Lethaia 37, 175

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Predictive diagenetic clay-mineral distribution in siliciclastic rocks as a tool for identifying sequence boundaries in non-marine successions: the Coalspur Formation, west-central Alberta

References Aitken, J. F. & Flint, S. S., 1995. The application of high-resolution sequence stratigraphy to fluvial systems: a case study from the Upper Cretaceous Breathitt Group, eastern Kentucky, USA. Sedimentology 42, 3-30. Bjorlykke, K., 1984. Formation of secondary porosity: how important is it? [In:] D. A. McDonald & R. C. Surdam (Eds): Clastic Diagenesis. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 37, 277-286. Catuneanu, O., 2006. Principles of Sequence

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Sedimentology and diagenesis as ‘hydrocarbon exploration tools’ in the Late Permian Zechstein-2 Carbonate Member (NE Netherlands)

References Adrichem Boogaert, H.A. & Kouwe, W.F.P., 1993. Stratigraphic nomenclature of the Netherlands, revision and update by RGD and NOGEPA. Mededelingen Rijks Geologische Dienst 50. Allen, J.R. & Matthew, R.K., 1982. Isotope signatures associated with early meteoric diagenesis. Sedimentology 29, 797-817. Badiozamani, K., 1973. The Dorag-dolomitisation model - application to the Middle Ordovician of Wisconsin. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 43, 965-984. Brongersma-Sanders M

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Xenotime-(Y) veins in a Neoproterozoic metamudstone (Małopolska Block, S Poland)

et Cosmochimica Acta 67, 709-731. KOWALSKA S., 2001: The degree of diagenesis of the Cambrian and Vendian? Rocks from the Malopolska Block. Polskie Towarzystwo Mineralogiczne - Prace Specjalne 18, 80-84. McDONOUGH W.F. FREY F.A., 1989: Rare earth elements in upper mantle rocks. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 21, 99-145. MICHALIK M., SZUSZKIEWICZ A., 2003: Secondary xenotime-like mineral in a pegmatitic feldspar from Gołaszyce (Strzegom-Sobótka Granitoid Massif). Polskie

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Mineralization of teeth and bones of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) from the Biśnik Cave, Southern Poland

References Bell L. S. (1990). Paleopathology and diagenesis: An SEM evaluation of structural changes using backscattered electron imaging. Journal of Archaeological Science , 17, 85-102. Belouafa S., Chaair H., Loukili H., Digua K., & Sallek B. (2008). Characterization of antiseptic apatite powders prepared at biomimetics temperature and pH. Materials Research , 11(1), 93-96. DOI: 10.1590/S1516-14392008000100018 Bocherens H., Brinkam D. B., Dauphin Y., & Mariotti A. (1994

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