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Stratotype Albien [French]

Geology Guide
By: Claude Colleté(Author)
330 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
Stratotype Albien [French]
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Language: French

This book explores the Albien, a fossil bed in the Aube region of France dating back to the Cretaceous period. Beautiful photographic plates allow you to discover many fossil ammonites, nautilus, bivalves, gastropods, sea urchins, crustaceans and occasionally shark teeth and remains of reptiles.

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L'Albien est une couche géologique fossilière de plus de 100 millions d'années (Crétacé inférieur) que l'on rencontre principalement du sud-ouest au nord-est de l'Aube. Sur toute son épaisseur, soit environ 140 mètres, l'Albien est de nature sableuse, argileuse et marneuse (matière première idéale à la fabrication de tuiles et de briques). Avec ce livre unique en son genre, l'Albien n'aura plus de secrets pour vous. De belles planches photographiques vous permettront de découvrir de nombreux fossiles : ammonites, nautiles, bivalves, gastéropodes, oursins, crustacés et plus ponctuellement des dents de requins et des restes de reptiles.

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Geology Guide
By: Claude Colleté(Author)
330 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
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