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The View from the Pliocene

4 The View from the Pliocene It is clear from the study of their fossil remains that, anatomically speaking, the australopithecines were peculiarly defenseless creatures.

MIOCENE AND PLIOCENE VERTEBRATES FROM ARIZONA GARY S. MORGAN1 ...

115 Heckert, A.B., and Lucas, S.G., eds., 2005, Vertebrate Paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin No. 29.

PLIOCENE – QUATERNARY PALEOGEOGRAPHICAL EVOLUTION OF THE ...

pliocene - quaternary paleogeographical evolution of the dacian basin (western part) pliocene – quaternary paleogeographical evolution of the dacian basin (western part)

Split Rock Formation (Miocene) and Moonstone Formation ...

Split Rock Formation (Miocene) and Moonstone Formation (Pliocene) in Central Wyoming By J. D. LOVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1121-1 The new names, Split Rock formation and Moonstone formation, are intro­ duced for strata that partly bury Precambrian knobs and ...

Workshop Reports Workshop on Pliocene Climate

Workshop on Pliocene Climate by Johan Etourneau and Nabil Khéli! doi:10.2204/iodp.sd.9.11.2010 52 Scientific Drilling, No. 9, April 2010 Workshop Reports The warm Pliocene epoch (5-3 million years ago) is often cited as a good analog for the near future climate because of its striking ...

Titre courant : Lissasfa (Maroc) et le Mio-Pliocène de la ...

Raynal et al -1!Titre courant : Lissasfa (Maroc) et le Mio-Pliocène de la Meseta Contribution du site paléontologique de Lissasfa (Casablanca, Maroc) à une nouvelle interprétation du Mio-Pliocène de la Méseta.

Nature Geoscience 3, 60 (2009). doi:10.1038/ngeo706

Earth system sensitivity inferred from Pliocene modelling and data Nature Geoscience 3, 60 (2009). doi:10.1038/ngeo706

7. DESCRIPTION, CLASSIFICATION, AND ORIGIN OF UPPER PLIOCENE ...

7. description, classification, and origin of upper pliocene-holocene marine sediments in the alboran basin

Pliocene marine mammals from the Whalers Bluff Formation of ...

Introduction The Pliocene epoch (1.8-5.3 Ma) is generally considered to be the time during which the modern marine mammal fauna evolved, with the extinction of archaic taxa (as well as some taxa with novel adaptations), and widespread geographic distribution of extant families and genera (Barnes ...

A PLIOCENE GULL FROM FLORIDA

A PLIOCENE GULL FROM FLORIDA BY PIERCE BRODKORB F EW fossil gulls have been described and none is known from the Pliocene Epoch. The only Pliocene record for the Laridae as a whole is that of Wetmore (1944), who examined an undetermined tern from Kansas.