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Sr-isotope chronostratigraphy of Paleogene-Neogene marine deposits: Austral Basin, southern Patagonia (Argentina)
Abstract The Paleogene to Neogene San Julian and Monte Leon formations underlie the central and eastern parts of the Austral Basin (Patagonia, Argentina), and represent coastal plain to shallow shelfExpand
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Opening of Drake Passage gateway and Late Miocene to Pleistocene cooling reflected in Southern Ocean molluscan dispersal: evidence from New Zealand and Argentina
Thirty-two benthic marine molluscan genus-group taxa are newly recognised as common to New Zealand and Argentina. Previously suggested examples, including Panis, Athlopecten, Austrovenus, largeExpand
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Eocene bivalves from the Rio Turbio Formation, southwestern Patagonia (Argentina)
ABSTRAcr-The marine faunas from Patagonia, which are in need of a comprehensive revision, are particularly important in the understanding of the origin and evolution of the marine biota in theExpand
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Correlation of Marine Beds Based on Sr- and Ar-date Determinations and Faunal Affinities across the Paleogene/Neogene Boundary in Southern Patagonia, Argentina
Abstract The San Julian and Monte Leon formations (“Patagonian”) are exposed along the Atlantic coast of Patagonia, whereas in the west equivalent rocks are known as Centinela Formation. SixteenExpand
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Late Cretaceous (Campanian/Maastrichtian) freshwater to restricted marine mollusc fauna from the Loncoche Formation, Neuquén Basin, west-central Argentina
This study is the first detailed account of freshwater to restricted marine molluscs from the Upper Cretaceous sedimentary rocks in the northern sector of the Neuquen Basin. The fossils are from theExpand
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Late Cretaceous-early Tertiary gastropods from southwestern Patagonia, Argentina
Morphometric analysis demonstrates that Strepsidura ficus (Gabb) of Harris (1895), from the lower middle Eocene Reklaw and Queen City Formations of Texas, is specifically distinct from Whitneya ficusExpand
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Darwin's great patagonian tertiary formation at the mouth of the río Santa Cruz: a reappraisal
The classical section described by Darwin at the mouth of the Rio Santa Cruz was a landmark in the later stratigraphy of the marine Cenozoic of Patagonia. Sedimentological and paleontological studiesExpand
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Mass Mortality Of Fossil Decapods Within the Monte LeóN Formation (Early Miocene), Southern Argentina: Victims Of Andean Volcanism
Abstract Four exposed planar surfaces within the type area of the Monte León Formation (early Miocene) of southern Patagonia, Argentina, enclose significantly different fossil assemblages positionedExpand
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A revision of the type specimens of Tertiary molluscs from Chile and Argentina described by d'Orbigny (1842), Sowerby (1846) and Hupé (1854)
Synopsis The 122 Cenozoic molluscan species from Chile and Argentina introduced by d'Orbigny (1842), Sowerby (1846) and Hupé (1854) are all based on material collected during early expeditions toExpand
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