Goeree Member CLZLG

PremiseUnit, defined by Van Adrichem Boogaert and Kouwe (1994).
Derivatio nominisNamed after the western part of the island of Goeree-Overflakkee in the province of Zuid-Holland.
Type sectionLocation mapSee figure (pdf)
WellS02-02 (pdf)
LocationN 51°51'21.7
E 03°36'32.3
Depth1883 to 2123 m
Length240 m along hole
Additional sectionLocation mapSee figure (pdf)
WellGeverik-1 (pdf)
LocationN 50°55’37.2
E 05°46’47.7
Depth992 to 1492 m
Length500 m along hole
DefinitionA sequence of grey to dark-grey and black limestones, thin- to thick-bedded and often partly silicified. The limestone beds often grade into calcareous and/or silicified black shales or black cherts toward the top. Very thin beds of tuffaceous rock occur, predominantly in the upper part of the member.
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AgeA late Visean (V3a-V3c; late Holkerian to Brigantian) age is generally found for the member, based on biomarkers including amongst others the conodont Gnathodus bilineatus and the foraminifers Archaediscus (Archaediscus), Nodosarchaediscus (Asperodiscus), Nodosarchaediscus (Asteroarchaediscus), Endothyra omphalata, Endothyranopsis, Howchinia, Millerella, Palaeotextularia (bilaminar) and Vissariotaxis compressa.
References See References Upper Carboniferous

Van Adrichem Boogaert, H.A. & Kouwe, W.F.P., 1993-1997. [Stratigraphic unit]. In: Stratigraphic Nomenclature of the Netherlands.
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