Details Details PDF BIBTEX RIS Title Biostratigraphy and Inoceramus survival across the Cenomanian–Turonian (Cretaceous) boundary in the Ram River section, Alberta, Canada Journal title Acta Geologica Polonica Yearbook 2016 Volume vol. 66 Numer No 4 Authors Walaszczyk, Ireneusz ; Plint, A. Guy ; Kennedy, William J. 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