Palaeoecology, taphonomy and diagenesis of Early Jurassic shell accumulations in Lake Sichuan, China, and their implications for Pre-Salt reservoirs in the South Atlantic
TitlePalaeoecology, taphonomy and diagenesis of Early Jurassic shell accumulations in Lake Sichuan, China, and their implications for Pre-Salt reservoirs in the South Atlantic
Author(s)Schneider, S., Guo, L., Kershaw, S., Hethke, M. and Shaw, D.
Project DetailsContinental Carbonate Project 2017-19
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