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a region of southwestern Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea including the islands of Capri and Ischia

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antecessor (Wetmore, 1962) is from the Pflugerville Formation of Travis County, and another is from the Roxton Member of the Gober Chalk of Fannin County, both Campanian.
The subgenus Perpensum became distinct in the Campanian at more or less the same time as Milligania.
The Caribbean plate accreted in Campanian at the western margin of the northwestern South American corner.
However, fossil pollen from the Upper Eocene of New Zealand has been related to the genus Quintinia (Mildenhall, 1980), as have fusainized fossil flowers from the Late Santonian-Early Campanian of Southern Sweden (Friis, 1990).
Two nautiloid species, Cimomia ozani new species and Eutrephoceras dekayi (Morton), are described from the Campanian Ozan Formation of the Taylor Group in northeast Texas.
After the introduction and ah overview of Campanian volcanoes, the chapters follow a strict chronological order and are interspersed with excurses in boxes and 101 illustrations.
In fact entries for Umbria include Gubbio and Gualdo Tadino, but it feels strange that many centres in southern France which are in varying degrees receptive to Etruscan goods figure here, whereas Latin and Campanian sites such as Satricum, Castel di Decima, Ficana, Cales, which are replete with Etruscan and Etruscan-style material culture, do not.
The Jubilee and Odum discoveries have established the Turonian and Campanian intervals as working geological plays in the region.
The article sets out to accomplish the apparently straightforward task of locating the Campanian city of Trimalchio and analyzing the epigraphic style of the freedman's projected epitaph, for the purpose of dating the work.
And one of those blasts, the Campanian Ignimbrite, is thought to have been the most powerful eruption in Europe in the last 200,000 years.
Campanian ammonites from the Tombigbee Sand Member of the Eutaw formation, the Mooreville Formation, and the basal part of the Demopolis Formation in Mississippi and Alabama.
The basin has also been considered to be a positive shallow depression which received a relatively thin sediments supply and was formed during the Campanian stage associated with the Benue--Abakaliki anticlinorium and the subsidence of the Anambra platform which gave rise to the Anambra basin.
The age of these rocks ranges from late Campanian to early Maastrichtian.
The discovery is a stratigraphic trap in a Campanian age fan system and opens a second new play fairway in the Tano Basin.