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Up: photograph to the south of the sub-site E1 (see Fig. 2 for location) located in the Plicatilis zone (Middle Oxfordian). Down: interpreted drawings of the front view and the left side view showing carbonate lenses, lenticular in shape, interbedded with nodules-rich marls. On a vertical section, the thickest part of an overlying carbonate lens is systematically located where the underlying carbonate lens is thinning; this staggered arrangement suggests a progressive lateral shift of the carbonate lenses in any direction through time with respect to the general stratigraphy (S0).
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