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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSP2 Sedimentary cyclicity in basinal deposits: possible mechanisms (co-sponsored by IAS)

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Soua, M.; Chebbi, M. R.; Gharssalli, R.
Sea level change, microfacies and facies analyses of a basal transgressive system tract in North-central Tunisia: the Cenomanian-Turonian Bahloul Formation

Westphal, H; Munnecke, A; Böhm, F; Brandano, M; Corda, L; Bornholdt, S
Potential diagenetic distortions of primary signals in rhythmic calcareous successions – box models and Neogene examples

Neuweiler, F.; Westphal, H.; Munnecke, A.
Rare earth element distribution patterns of Bahamian slope rhythmites, ODP 166

Munnecke, A; Westphal, H
Calcareous rhythmites - how to read the environmental signal behind diagenesis (withdrawn)

Pittet, B.; Mattioli, E.
A diagenetic origin of non-diagenetic marl-limestone alternations ? a test of applicability of the diagenetic model of Munnecke et al. (2001)

Reuning, L.; Reijmer, J.J.G; Mattioli, E.; Betzler, C.
On the origin of semiprecessional cycles in carbonate periplatform deposits

Grygar, T.; Lojka, R.; Blahova, A.; Drabkova, J.
Was the lifetime of a tropical lake in Bohemian basins (central Europe) during Stephanian B (Upper Carboniferous) driven by Milankovitch-like orbital forcing?

Wilmsen, M.; Niebuhr, B.; de Wall, H.
Basinal marl-limestone cycles in the Upper Cenomanian of Langre, northern Spain – a multi-proxy approach

Mattioli, E.; Pittet, B.
The contribution of calcareous nannofossils to the understanding of the origin of marl-limestone alternations

Küster, Y.; Schramm, M.; Leiss, B.
Different types of solid inclusions as indicators for the formation of laminated halite beds of Late Permian rock salt sequences

Tectonic controls of the high-frequency sedimentary cycles in the Upper Triassic Dachstein platform carbonates, Northern Calcareous Alps

Amirov, E
Depositional cycles in upper absheron substage succession in the Western flank of the South Caspian depression

Bádenas, B.; García-Ramos, J.C.; Aurell, M.; Pińuela, L.; Gónzalez, B.
Primary and diagenetic bedding at different-scales in hemipelagic successions (Pliensbachian of Asturias, NE Spain)

Beltran, C.; de Rafélis, M.; Renard, M.
Limestone-marl alternations : Preservation of primary environmental variation records

Schwarz, J.; Rendle-Buehring, R.H.; Steinke, S. ; Reijmer, J.J.G
Carbonate Nodules: Indicators for Early Diagenetic Alteration of Periplatform Carbonates.

Berra, F.; Galli, M.T.; Reghellin, F.; Torricelli, S.; Fantoni, R.
Constrains on the evolution of the Early Jurassic rifting in the western Southern Alps from stratigraphic analyses of the sedimentary succession of the Biellese area (Northern Italy)

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