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- n. Depth of an ocean deposit at a particular time in the geologic past
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In three sections (~200–600 m paleodepth), black shales, consisting of dark brown laminated marls with as much as 2.7% total organic carbon (TOC), mark the late Paleocene thermal maximum.
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