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Origin and environmental setting of ancient agriculture in the lowlands of Mesoamerica.
Archaeological research in the Gulf Coast of Tabasco reveals the earliest record of maize cultivation in Mexico. The first farmers settled along beach ridges and lagoons of the Grijalva River delta.Expand
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Performance of some diversity and biotic indices in rivers affected by coal mining in northwestern Spain
Diversity and biotic indices are often used to asses freshwater quality. However, few studies have been made of their applicability to mining-derived impact. Biotic indices, in particular, areExpand
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A new lithographic limestone deposit in the Upper Cretaceous Austin Group at El Rosario, county of Múzquiz, Coahuila, northeastern Mexico
At El Rosario, 170 km WNW of Muzquiz in northern Coahuila, Mexico, alternating evenly layered platy limestone and fi ssile marly limestone of late Turonian-early Coniacian age (Late Cretaceous)Expand
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EARLY CRETACEOUS ARTHROPODS FROM THE TLAYUA FORMATION AT TEPEXI DE RODRIGUEZ, PUEBLA, MEXICO
The arthropod macrofauna from the Middle Member of the lithographic limestones of the Tlayda Formation, in quarries at Tepexi, Mexico, is comprised of marine and nonmarine components. Marine taxaExpand
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NEW CRABS FROM THE EOCENE AND OLIGOCENE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO AND AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EVOLUTIONARY AND PALEOBIOGEOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS OF MEXICAN FOSSIL DECAPODS
Abstract A new collection of fossil decapod crustaceans from the Cretaceous Rosario Formation, the Eocene Tepetate Formation and the Oligocene El Cien Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico, hasExpand
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The aquatic and semiaquatic biota in Miocene amber from the Campo LA Granja mine (Chiapas, Mexico): Paleoenvironmental implications
Abstract Amber from the Campo La Granja mine in Chiapas, Mexico, is distinct from other sources of amber in Chiapas. Campo La Granja amber has distinct layers created by successive flows of resinExpand
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MAASTRICHTIAN CRUSTACEA (BRACHYURA: DECAPODA) FROM THE OCOZOCUAUTLA FORMATION IN CHIAPAS, SOUTHEAST MEXICO
Abstract More than thirty complete specimens of Carcineretes planetarius Vega, Feldmann, Ocampo, and Pope, 1997, a member of the extinct decapod family Carcineretidae, have been collected from theExpand
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Chicxulub impact ejecta deposits in southern Quintana Roo, México, and central Belize
Discoveries of Chicxulub impact ejecta of the Albion Formation in road cuts and quarries in southern Quintana Roo, Mexico and Belize, broaden our understanding of ejecta depositional processes inExpand
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Isotopic composition of low-latitude paleoprecipitation during the Early Cretaceous
The response of the hydrologic cycle in global greenhouse conditions is important to our understanding of future climate change and to the calibration of global climate models. Past greenhouseExpand
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Provenance of Upper Cretaceous–Paleogene sandstones in the foreland basin system of the Sierra Madre Oriental, northeastern Mexico, and its bearing on fluvial dispersal systems of the Mexican
Sandstone petrography and detrital zircon U-Pb analysis of Upper Cretaceous–Paleogene sandstones in the foreland basin of the Sierra Madre Oriental in northeastern Mexico indicate long-distanceExpand
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