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Formation of the Isthmus of Panama
Independent evidence from rocks, fossils, and genes converge on a cohesive narrative of isthmus formation in the Pliocene. The formation of the Isthmus of Panama stands as one of the greatest naturalExpand
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Chronostratigraphy and "land-mammal ages" in the Cenozoic of southern South America; principles, practices, and the "Uquian" problem
is proposed. This stage is based on a biostratigraphic scheme. The stratotypes of the stage and biozones are located in the fossiliferous southeastern Buenos Aires Province marine cliffs. The lowerExpand
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Predominance of arid climates indicated by mammals in the pampas of Argentina during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene
Abstract South American climates during the Pleistocene and Holocene are poorly known, especially in the lowlands east of the Andean ranges. However, there is relatively good biostratigraphic andExpand
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Did Humans Cause the Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene Mammalian Extinctions in South America in a Context of Shrinking Open Areas?
Capitulo VII de Haynes, Gary (ed). American megafaunal extinctions at the end of the Pleistocene. Springer, Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series, 2009, 202 p. + 32 il. ISBNExpand
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Marine vertebrate assemblages in the southwest Atlantic during the Miocene
Two biogeographical units are generally recognized in the present shelf area of Argentina: the Magellanian and Argentinian Provinces. The two provinces differ in their fossil record. The evolution ofExpand
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Changes of mammal assemblages in the pampean region (Argentina) and their relation with the Plio-Pleistocene boundary
Abstract A gradual impoverishment of autochthonous mammals in the southeastern pampean region (central eastern Argentina) during the Late Cenozoic is detected. It is partially coeval to the gradualExpand
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