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The relationships of the Westphalian biozonation to the lithostratigraphic systems of Cameron (1993b) and Besly (2002) is shown in [[:File:YGS_CHR_02_CARB_FIG_06.jpg|Figure 6]]. Recognition of the biozones allows a level of calibration of the lithostratigraphic units. Importantly, the diachronous nature of the boundaries of the units defined by Cameron (1993b) become readily apparent where they cross biozone boundaries related to major marine bands, for example, where the biozones allow the discrimination of strata below the Aegiranum Marine Band (latest Duckmantian) from those of earliest Bolsovian age above that horizon.
 
The relationships of the Westphalian biozonation to the lithostratigraphic systems of Cameron (1993b) and Besly (2002) is shown in [[:File:YGS_CHR_02_CARB_FIG_06.jpg|Figure 6]]. Recognition of the biozones allows a level of calibration of the lithostratigraphic units. Importantly, the diachronous nature of the boundaries of the units defined by Cameron (1993b) become readily apparent where they cross biozone boundaries related to major marine bands, for example, where the biozones allow the discrimination of strata below the Aegiranum Marine Band (latest Duckmantian) from those of earliest Bolsovian age above that horizon.
  
Some of the boundaries of the lithostratigraphical units of Besly (2002) are defined by major marine bands that can be correlated with the palynostratigraphy ([[:File:YGS_CHR_02_CARB_FIG_01.jpg|Figure 1]]). Recognition of these marine bands, using palynological or other criteria, is key to accurate lithostratigraphic understanding of the Late Carboniferous of the North Sea.
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Some of the boundaries of the lithostratigraphical units of Besly (2002) are defined by major marine bands that can be correlated with the palynostratigraphy ([[:File:YGS_CHR_02_CARB_FIG_01.jpg|Figure 1]]). Recognition of these marine band, using palynological or other criteria, is key to accurate lithostratigraphic understanding of the Late Carboniferous of the North Sea.
  
 
=== 3.4 Low- to medium-resolution interwell correlation ===
 
=== 3.4 Low- to medium-resolution interwell correlation ===

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