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A new important record of earliest Cenozoic mammalian history: Eutheria and paleogeographic/biostratigraphic summaries
We provide systematic description and discussion for each of 47 species of eutherian (“placental”) mammals from the type Ferris Formation of the western Hanna Basin, south-central Wyoming. All
Life at the top of the greenhouse Eocene world--A review of the Eocene flora and vertebrate fauna from Canada's High Arctic
Early–middle Eocene (ca. 53–38 Ma) sediments of the Eureka Sound Group in Canada’s Arctic Archipelago preserve evidence of lush mixed conifer-broadleaf rain forests, inhabited at times by alligators,
Correlation of Cenozoic Sequences of the Canadian Arctic Region and Greenland; Implications for the Tectonic History of Northern North America
ABSTRACT Evidence is reviewed in this paper for the existence, on the polar margin of Canada and Greenland, of 12 regionally correlative depositional sequences that range from the Danian to the
Northernmost record of brontotheres, Axel Heiberg Island, Canada—Implications for age of the Buchanan Lake Formation and brontothere paleobiology
Eocene land vertebrates are rare, relatively recent, discoveries in the Canadian Arctic islands. The first were discovered in 1975 in Eocene-aged strata of the Eureka Sound Group, western Ellesmere
A new important record of earliest Cenozoic mammalian history :geologic setting, Multituberculata, and Peradectia
The type Ferris Formation of south-central Wyoming is thick, comparatively undeformed, and relatively fossiliferous. We documented more than 100 vertebrate-bearing, stratigraphically superposed
Significantly warmer Arctic surface temperatures during the Pliocene indicated by multiple independent proxies
Temperatures in the Arctic have increased by an astounding 1 °C in response to anthropogenic forcing over the past 20 years and are expected to rise further in the coming decades. The Pliocene
Puercan mammalian systematics and biostratigraphy in the Denver Formation, Denver Basin, Colorado
  • J. Eberle
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • 20 March 2003
As a result of the Denver Basin Project, several more fossils of Puercan mammals are reported here from five areas in the Denver Formation: South Table Mountain, Greater Denver, the West Bijou Site,
Vertebrate faunal changes through Lancian and Puercan time in southern Wyoming
We summarize faunal changes through the thickest and one of the most complete records of terrestrial vertebrates spanning Lancian (∼latest Cretaceous) and Puercan (∼earliest Paleocene) ages, the type