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Comment on ‘The geometry and stratigraphic position of the Maassluis Formation (western Netherlands and south-eastern North Sea)’ by Jansen et al. (2004b)

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P. Cleveringa
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Two papers (Jansen et al., 2004a, b) in the Netherlands Journal of Geosciences deal with the age and geometry of the Maassluis Formation of the Netherlands. Age estimates are derived mainly from strontium (Sr) isotope measurements (Jansen et al., 2004a). Based on a combination of methods, but most heavily relying on Sr data and sequence boundaries ages based on the Haq curve, the authors (in Jansen et al., 2004b) discuss the possible occurrence of hiatuses in the Maassluis Formation covering intervals of 0.04 to 0.18 Ma.

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