In the geologic timescale, the Bajocian is an age or stage in the Middle Jurassic. It lasted from approximately 170.3 Ma to around 168.3 Ma (million years ago).
Bajocian Stage, second of the four divisions of the Middle Jurassic Series, representing all rocks formed worldwide during the Bajocian Age, which occurred between ...
Bajocian [bə′jō·shən] (geology) A European stage: the middle Middle or lower Middle Jurassic geologic time; above Toarcian, below Bathonian.
BAJOCIAN, in geology, the name proposed in 1849 by d'Orbigny for the rocks of Middle Jurassic age which are well developed in the neighborourhood of Bayeux, Calvados.
BAJOCIAN, in geology, the name proposed in 1849 by d'Orbigny for the rocks of Middle Jurassic age which are well developed in the neighbourhood of Bayeux ...
I6 勿G. Pavia andR. Enay Definition of the Aalenian-Bajocian Stage boundary The Global boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP)for the Bajocian Stage,formally ...
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The Bathonian age succeeds the Bajocian age and precedes the Callovian age. [1 Stratigraphic definitions. The Bathonian stage takes its name from Bath, a spa town ...