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Faunal and environmental change in the late Miocene Siwaliks of northern Pakistan
Abstract The Siwalik formations of northern Pakistan consist of deposits of ancient rivers that existed throughout the early Miocene through the late Pliocene. The formations are highly fossiliferous
Baluchimyinae, a new ctenodactyloid rodent subfamily from the Miocene of Baluchistan. American Museum novitates ; no. 2841
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A revision of Aceratherium blanfordi Lydekker, 1884 (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) from the Early Miocene of Pakistan: postcranials as a key
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A phylogenetic analysis based on 282 morphological characters scored for 28 taxa strengthens this statement and supports Pleuroceros and Mesaceratherium as monophyletic genera within Rhinocerotinae.
Key Biostratigraphic Events in the Siwalik Sequence
Miocene movements of crustal plates brought about fundamental changes in the oceans by fragmenting the Tethys Seaway and further isolating the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific basins. Although
The Beginning of the Age of Mammals
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The Beginning of the Age of Mammals is the leading textbook on early Cenozoic mammalian evolution available for teaching at the graduate level, authoritative, up-to-date, and full of references to corroborate synthetic overviews of major events in mammalian evolution.
Enrichment and stability in the Pliocene mammalian fauna of North China
The Late Neogene vertebrate fossil record from Yushe Basin presents multiple, superposed assemblages from a single area, spanning roughly the interval of 6-2 Ma. Both large and small mammals show
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