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Late Cretaceous stratigraphy of the Admiralty Sound region, James Ross Basin, Antarctica
Key exposures through the Late Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian) Marambio Group are located in the Admiralty Sound region, James Ross Island group, Antarctica. On southern James Ross Island, anExpand
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An evolutionary perspective on marine faunal connections between southernmost South America and Antarctica
The origins of present day benthic marine faunas from both the Magellan and Antarctic provinces may lie as far back as the Early Cretaceous (approx. 130 Ma). This was the time of the firstExpand
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100 Million Years of Antarctic Climate Evolution: Evidence from Fossil Plants
The evolution of Antarctic climate from a Cretaceous greenhouse into the Neogene icehouse is captured within a rich record of fossil leaves, wood, pollen, and flowers from the Antarctic Peninsula andExpand
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The origin of the Southern Ocean marine fauna
Abstract Current knowledge of the break-up of Gondwana during the Tertiary indicates that shallow water marine habitats may have been present continuously, and on occasions were considerably moreExpand
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Maastrichtian stratigraphy of Antarctica
Application of a strontium isotope stratigraphy to the Late Cretaceous sedimentary succession of Antarctica has provided the impetus for a comprehensive stratigraphical revision of the terminalExpand
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Definition of Late Cretaceous Stage Boundaries in Antarctica Using Strontium Isotope Stratigraphy
New 87Sr/86Sr analyses of macrofossils from 13 key marker horizons on James Ross and Vega Islands, Antarctica, allow the integration of the Antarctic Late Cretaceous succession into the standardExpand
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The Southern Ocean Benthic Fauna and Climate Change: A Historical Perspective
Environmental change is the norm and it is likely that, particularly on the geological timescale, the temperature regime experienced by marine organisms has never been stable. These temperatureExpand
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Evolution and diversity of the benthic fauna of the Southern Ocean continental shelf
The modern benthic fauna of the Antarctic continental shelf is characterized by the lack of active, skeleton-breaking (durophagous) predators such as crabs, lobsters and many fish, and the dominanceExpand
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Campanian–Maastrichtian (Cretaceous) stratigraphy of the James Ross Island area, Antarctica
One of the most important outcrops of uppermost Cretaceous (Campanian–Maastrichtian) sedimentary rocks in the southern high latitudes occurs within the James Ross Island group, northeastern AntarcticExpand
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Miocene glaciomarine sedimentation in the northern Antarctic Peninsula region: the stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Hobbs Glacier Formation, James Ross Island
The onshore record of Cenozoic glaciation in the Antarctic Peninsula region is limited to a number of isolated localities on Alexander Island, the South Shetland Islands and in the James Ross IslandExpand
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