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The fossil fishes from the sierra madre formation, Ocozocoautla, Chiapas, Southern Mexico
Recently, the diverse fossil assemblage discovered in El Espinal and El Chango quarries, near Ocozocoautla de Espinosa, Chiapas, southeastern Mexico, has called the attention of Mexican
Mesozoic Osteichthyans of Mexico
This paper provides an updated review of the Mesozoic fossil Osteichthyan record of Mexico. This catalogue includes multiple entries of papers, theses, and diverse scientific meeting reports
Review of Vallecillichthys, multivertebratum (Teleostei : Ichthyodectiformes), a Late Cretaceous (early Turonian) "Bulldog fish" from northeastern Mexico
A complete description of Vallecillichthys multivertebratum Blanco and Cavin, 2003, is provided. This ichthyodectiform fi sh was collected in the Vallecillo Member of the Agua Nueva Formation (Upper
Estimating the rainwater potential per household in an urban area: Case study in Central Mexico
In cities with problems of aridity and a shortage of drinking water supply, there is an urgent need to establish alternatives for an adequate water management program. This study proposes an
The oldest stratigraphic record of the Late Cretaceous shark Ptychodus mortoni Agassiz, from Vallecillo, Nuevo León, northeastern Mexico
In this paper we report the oldest geologic world record of Ptychodus mortoni, from the Vallecillo Member (Agua Nueva Formation), at Vallecillo, Nuevo Leon, northeastern Mexico. The presence of the
Contamination Potential of an Urban Mine Tailings Deposit in Central Mexico —A Preliminary Estimation
This study consisted of a geochemical analysis of the Dos Carlos tailings' deposit located in the Mining District of Pachuca-Real del Monte in the state of Hidalgo, Central Mexico. The goal of the
Fossil Stomatocysts in Upper Cretaceous Sedimentary Pyrite from Central Mexico
In this paper six fossil forms of Chrysophycean stomatocysts are described. The material was collected from sedimentary pyrite embedded in well-laminated organic-rich limestone of the Upper
Endocranial morphology of the extinct Antillean shrew Nesophontes (Lipotyphla: Nesophontidae) from natural and digital endocasts of Cuban taxa
The presence of the planktonic foraminifera Rotalipora cushmani concomitant with Inoceramus labiatus indicates a time interval from the Late Cenomanian to the Earliest Turonian for the Agua Nueva Formation at Xilitla, thus indicating that this interval of intermittent severe oxygen deficient conditions is coeval with the global Oceanic Anoxic.