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The Organic-Rich and Siliceous Bahloul Formation: Environmental Evolution Using Facies Analysis and Sr/Ca & Mn Chemostratigraphy, Bargou Area, Tunisia

By Mohamed Soua, Hela Fakhfakh-Ben Jemia, Dalila Zaghbib-Turki, Jalel Smaoui, Mohsen Layeb, Moncef Saidi and Mohamed Moncef Turki

Submitted: December 6th 2010Reviewed: June 22nd 2011Published: December 7th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24391

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Mohamed Soua, Hela Fakhfakh-Ben Jemia, Dalila Zaghbib-Turki, Jalel Smaoui, Mohsen Layeb, Moncef Saidi and Mohamed Moncef Turki (December 7th 2011). The Organic-Rich and Siliceous Bahloul Formation: Environmental Evolution Using Facies Analysis and Sr/Ca & Mn Chemostratigraphy, Bargou Area, Tunisia, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Imran Ahmad Dar and Mithas Ahmad Dar, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24391. Available from:

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