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Stable isotope (δ18O, δ13C, and δD) signatures of recent terrestrial communities from a low-latitude, oceanic setting: Endemic land snails, plants, rain, and carbonate sediments from the eastern
Abstract Stable isotopes of oxygen and carbon extracted from fossil land snail shells have been used increasingly to interpret past environments. To evaluate the utility of this approach forExpand
Climatic cycles inferred from the aminostratigraphy and aminochronology of Quaternary dunes and palaeosols from the eastern islands of the Canary Archipelago
Aminochronological and aminostratigraphical methods have been used to study the Quaternary a e o l i a n deposits f r om the islands located east of the Canary Archipelago (Fuerteventura andExpand
Small vertebrate taphonomy of La Cueva del Llano, a volcanic cave on Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain). Palaeoecological implications
Abstract Cueva del Llano is a volcanic tube of Pleistocene age on Fuerteventura Island. A strand of it (Ramal Nuevo) contains a complex sedimentary infill which has been divided into threeExpand
Stratigraphy, Chronology, and Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of the Quaternary Sedimentary Infilling of a Volcanic Tube in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
Abstract La Cueva del Llano is a volcanic tube of Pleistocene age on Fuerteventura Island, in the Canary Islands. Part of it is infilled with sediments of external origin. These deposits areExpand
The submarine volcanic succession of the basal complex of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands : A model of submarine growth and emergence of tectonic volcanic islands
Three lithostratigraphic units have been distinguished in the volcanic succession of the basal complex of Fuerteventura Island. These units are, from bottom to top: the submarine volcanic group, theExpand
Epiclastic deposits associated with large-scale landslides and the formation of erosive calderas in oceanic islands: The example of the La Palma Island (Canary Archipelago)
Abstract The growth and evolution of the La Palma Island has frequently been punctuated by high magnitude mass-wasting events triggered by gravitational collapses of volcanic edifices and by theExpand
Testing limiting similarity in Quaternary terrestrial gastropods
Abstract The hypothesis of limiting similarity, which postulates that morphologically and/or ecologically similar species will differ enough in shape, size, or other variables to minimizeExpand
Marine-continental magnetobiostratigraphic correlation of the Dolomys subzone (middle of Late Ruscinian): implications for the Late Ruscinian age
Abstract Lacustrine deposits, which form part of a continental unit cropping out in many localities of the Jerez Basin (SW Spain), have for the first time been dated. These deposits are attributed toExpand
First record of a tropical shallow water barnacle Tetraclita sp. (Cirripedia: Tetraclitoidea) from the middle Neogene of the Canary Islands
This paper describes the first record of the intertidal, tropical tetraclitoid barnacle Tetraclita sp. cf. T. stalactifera (Lamarck, 1818) from the middle Neogene of the Canary Islands. The barnaclesExpand