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Cainozoic ferns and their distribution
The phytogeographic distribution of Cainozoic ferns is reported based upon a critical re-appraisal of the macrofossil and mesofossil record also taking account of evidence from a few highlyExpand
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Episodic fresh surface waters in the Eocene Arctic Ocean
It has been suggested, on the basis of modern hydrology and fully coupled palaeoclimate simulations, that the warm greenhouse conditions that characterized the early Palaeogene period (55–45 Myr ago)Expand
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Cretaceous wildfires and their impact on the Earth system
Abstract A comprehensive compilation of literature on global Cretaceous charcoal occurrences shows that from the Valanginian on throughout the Cretaceous, terrestrial sedimentary systems frequentlyExpand
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Refined correlation of the UK Late Eocene–Early Oligocene Solent Group and timing of its climate history
The dominantly nonmarine Solent Group of the Hampshire Basin, southern England , spans the Late Eocene and earliest Oligocene. It contains a rich biota, including mammals and charophytes, butExpand
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Eocene–Oligocene mammalian faunal turnover in the Hampshire Basin, UK: calibration to the global time scale and the major cooling event
A new high-resolution, c. 1 Ma mammalian record in continental Eocene–Oligocene strata in the Hampshire Basin is used to investigate the nature and timing of the major Europe-wide mammalian faunalExpand
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The Determinants of Employee Responses to Total Quality Management: Six Case Studies
Total quality management has been a central element in many efforts directed towards organizational change. Theories tend to fall into two extreme camps, which hold either that TQM transformsExpand
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Alternative origin of aliphatic polymer in kerogen
The origin of sedimentary organic matter (kerogen) has been attributed to random recombination reactions of biological components in sediments or to selective preservation of decay-resistantExpand
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Terrestrial cooling in Northern Europe during the Eocene–Oligocene transition
Geochemical and modeling studies suggest that the transition from the “greenhouse” state of the Late Eocene to the “icehouse” conditions of the Oligocene 34–33.5 Ma was triggered by a reduction ofExpand
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