Completely revises the species of Inoceramus and 3 related genera from the important U. Turonian - L. Coniacian interval, and describes new stratigraphically-significant taxa. Eight inoceramid zones can be recognised, and their boundaries can be tied in accurately with those of the standard substages, the European succession, and the ammonite zonation used in the US Western Interior.
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