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

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8220;We're not abandoning our original mission of creating possibilities for young Neapolitan and Campanian innovators,” states Amelia Antonucci, Managing Partner at Campania Felix.
Although in 1951 an Assisted Migration Agreement was signed by the governments of Australia and Italy, in the case of the majority of Campanian migrants arriving in Adelaide, their resettlement was made possible largely through sponsorship, with spouses, relatives of paesani acting as sponsors.
proriger specimen from the Campanian Pierre Shale Formation, South Dakota, mounted in the Georgia Southern Museum (Statesboro, GA).
Decodon tiffneyi is the second oldest known fossil occurrence of the Lythraceae, after the recent discovery of Lythrum/ Peplis pollen in the early Campanian (82-81 Ma) Eagle Formation of northwestern Wyoming, USA (Grimsson et al.
Paleobiological implications of Campanian coprolites.
When the points are grouped based on their age (look at the large coloured shapes), it is clear that there is a much larger range in skull shapes (in other words, disparity) during the late Campanian (blue) and early Maastrichtian (green).
Stephen Hermeston, president and CEO, said, 'This 3D seismic program has been designed to better image the up-dip limits of the Eagle Deep stratigraphic play at the Turonian and Campanian and to cover the two early Cretaceous, Albian prospects (Crabwood and Kabukalli) which are underlying the Company's 100 percent owned Corentyne offshore Petroleum Prospecting License (PPL) and for which CGX obtained an independent resources evaluation report from DeGolyer and MacNaughton of Dallas earlier this year that provided a total best estimate (P50) of prospective resources of 325 million barrels of oil.
A new species of Cypraeidae is described from the middle Campanian (Late Cretaceous) portion of the Schulz Ranch Member of the Williams Formation, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, southern California.
Consider the little-known Campanian Ignimbrite eruption, which devastated southern Italy some 39,000 years ago just as Europeans were developing stone tools.
Prior to the discovery or a specimen from the Campanian of New Jersey (Parris et al.
The well was designed to test the Upper Campanian interval, which was water bearing.
epigraphically-attested Campanian name Pactumeius, may suggest that