New results related to the wealden deposits of the Mons Basin (Belgium) are discussed. In the western part of the Basin, we present an unpublished general succession of about 283 meters thick. In the eastern part of the Basin, occurrences of dinoflagellates suggest evident marine influences in the wealden deposits. Special attention is given to the precise ages and the mineralogical contents of the sediments. A general interpretation of the wealden deposits in western Europe is also suggested.
|Pages (de - à)||39-42|
|Nombre de pages||4|
|Etat de la publication||Publié - 1 déc. 2002|