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The Amazon at sea: Onset and stages of the Amazon River from a marine record, with special reference to Neogene plant turnover in the drainage basin
The Amazon submarine fan is a large sediment apron situated offshore Para (Brazil) and represents the most distal extent of the Amazon River. The age of onset of this transcontinental river remainsExpand
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Reassessment of the genus Sergipella Krömmelbein, 1967 (Ostracoda, Trachyleberididae), uppermost Aptian-Albian of Brazil and West Africa: Taxonomy and paleogeographic distribution
Abstract A revision and a redescription of the external and internal morphology of the carapace, ontogeny and sexual dimorphism of Sergipella transatlantica Krommelbein, 1967, from the uppermostExpand
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Late Cenozoic sea level changes evidenced by ostracodes in the Pelotas basin, southernmost Brazil
Abstract Ostracodes recovered from sediments in seven onshore boreholes within the Pelotas basin, State of Rio Grande do Sul, indicate several continuous nearshore environments and at least fourExpand
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The Effects of the Inception of Amazonian Transcontinental Drainage During the Neogene on the Landscape and Vegetation of the Solimões Basin, Brazil
ABSTRACT Amazonia covers nearly 50% of Brazil. The history of this biome is marked by many changes in the landscape caused mainly by the Central and Northern Andes uplift. This event has influencedExpand
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Late Cretaceous marine fossils and seawater incursion events in the Songliao Basin, NE China
Abstract The Songliao Basin is the largest non-marine oil-bearing basin in China. Because of the absence of substantial evidence, the hypothesis of seawater incursion events into the Songliao BasinExpand
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Ostracods of the non-marine Lower Cretaceous Dabeigou Formation at Yushuxia (Luanping basin, North China): Implications for the early Jehol Biota age
Abstract The Dabeigou Formation in the Luanping basin in northern China is well known for its continuous non-marine Lower Cretaceous deposits and the preservation of the early Jehol Biota, includingExpand
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Recent Ostracoda (Arthropoda, Crustacea) from São Pedro-São Paulo Archipelago, Brazil: a preliminary approach
The present study analyses ostracods from sedimentary samples collected in the Sao Pedro-Sao Paulo Archipelago, a small set of remote rock islands located Northeastern to the Brazilian coast.Expand
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Taxonomy of limnic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from the Quiricó Formation, Lower Cretaceous, São Francisco basin, Minas Gerais State, Southeast Brazil
Abstract. The present work presents a detailed taxonomic study on Ostracoda from the Quiricó Formation, Areado Group, São Francisco Basin, Brazil. The samples were collected from three outcrops inExpand
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Zoogeography of Holocene Podocopina (Ostracoda) from the Brazilian Equatorial shelf
Abstract This study reports on the Holocene ostracods of the Brazilian Equatorial shelf from French Guiana to near Natal, almost 1400 km in length. This part of the Western Atlantic TropicalExpand
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