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The Mammalian Faunas of Europe during Oxygen Isotope Stage Three
Book description: What role did Ice Age climate play in the demise of the Neanderthals, and why was it that modern humans alone survived? For the past seven years a team of international experts fromExpand
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Similarity and regional differences in Quaternary arvicolid evolution in Central and Eastern Europe
Because of their rapid evolution and abundant fossil record, arvicolid molars are commonly employed in Quaternary biostratigraphy. In addition, with their extensive geographical ranges these fossilsExpand
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Eastern European rodent (Rodentia, mammalia) faunas from the Early–Middle Pleistocene transition
Abstract The rodent faunas from nine sites on the Russian Plain and Taman Peninsula corresponding to the Early–Middle Pleistocene transition have been analyzed. These localities are situated in theExpand
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Ecosystems of Eastern Europe at the time of maximum cooling of the Valdai glaciation (24―18 kyr BP) inferred from data on plant communities and mammal assemblages
Abstract Data on Eastern European fossil mammal fauna and palaeoflora dated to the Last Glacial Maximum (24–18 kyr BP) have been summarized using PARADOX and ARC/VIEW software. PalaeobotanicalExpand
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Pleistocene mammal faunas of Eastern Europe
Abstract Systematic studies of the Pleistocene mammal assemblages of Eastern Europe have been carried out for more than a century, and they elucidated evolutionary changes and ascertainedExpand
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Small mammals from Palaeolithic sites of the Crimea
Abstract The Crimean region is unique in the abundance of Palaeolithic sites, particularly numerous in mountain parts of the peninsula. Most are attributed to the Middle Palaeolithic. During recentExpand
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New data on changes in the European distribution of the mammoth and the woolly rhinoceros during the second half of the Late Pleistocene and the early Holocene
The PALEOFAUNA database developed by the authors contains information on more than 5500 Eurasian localities that yielded Late Pleistocene and Holocene mammalian fossils. The database is used toExpand
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Middle-Upper Pleistocene bio-climatic and magnetic records of the Northern Black Sea Coastal Area
Loess-palaeosol sequences are widespread in the northern Black Sea coastal area. Unlike the quasi-continuous loess-palaeosol series in Central Asia and the Loess Plateau of China, the incompleteExpand
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Changes in the Eurasian distribution of the musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) and the extinct bison (Bison priscus) during the last 50 ka BP
Abstract A recent update of the PALEOFAUNA database (including new 14 C dates) revealed new insights in the changes in the geographical distribution and the (local) extinction of larger mammals inExpand
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