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Late Tertiary Plant Macrofossils from Localities in Arctic/Subarctic North America: A Review of the Data
Bryophyte and vascular plant fossils occur at many late Tertiary sites in Alaska and northern Canada. A number of these floras are received here. The oldest flora, possibly of late Early Miocene age,Expand
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Ballast Brook and Beaufort Formations (late Tertiary) on Northern Banks Island, Arctic Canada
Excellent exposures of late Tertiary terrestrial sediments occur in the Ballast Brook region of northwestern Banks Island (Canadian Arctic Archipelago). These sediments contain abundantExpand
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Dated wood from Alaska and the Yukon: Implications for forest refugia in Beringia
Abstract Postulations on the existence of forest refugia in parts of Beringia during the last glacial have been, in large part, based on ambiguous evidence. Existing data on radiocarbon-dated andExpand
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Arctic North American seasonal temperatures from the latest Miocene to the Early Pleistocene, based on mutual climatic range analysis of fossil beetle assemblages
Late Tertiary and early Quaternary fossil beds in the arctic regions of North America have yielded abundant, well-preserved remains of plants and arthropods, documenting the existence of coniferousExpand
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The Cape Deceit fauna—Early pleistocene mammalian assemblage from the Alaskan arctic
Abstract Pleistocene exposures located near Cape Deceit on the south shore of Kotzebue Sound (Alaska) contain a complex sequence of organic sediments which have yielded fossil vertebrates ofExpand
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Quaternary Environments at Cape Deceit (Seward Peninsula, Alaska): Evolution of a Tundra Ecosystem
Unconsolidated sediments at Cape Deceit near Deering, Alaska, range in age from latest early Pleistocene to Holocene. Plant and insect fossils from these sediments, as well as certain sedimentaryExpand
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