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The Great American Biotic Interchange: Dispersals, Tectonics, Climate, Sea Level and Holding Pens
  • M. Woodburne
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Journal of Mammalian Evolution
  • 14 July 2010
The biotic and geologic dynamics of the Great American Biotic Interchange are reviewed and revised and trans-isthmian land mammal exchanges during the Pleistocene glacial intervals appear to have been promoted by the development of diverse non-tropical ecologies.
Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic mammals of North America : biostratigraphy and geochronology
ContentsPreface, by M. O. WoodburneList of ContributorsDefinitionsIntroduction, by M. O. WoodburnePrinciples and Procedures, by M. O. WoodburneMammalian Biochronology of the Latest Cretaceous, by R.
Formation of the Isthmus of Panama
An exhaustive review and reanalysis of geological, paleontological, and molecular records converge upon a cohesive narrative of gradually emerging land and constricting seaways, with formation of the Isthmus of Panama sensu stricto around 2.8 Ma.
Land Mammal High-Resolution Geochronology, Intercontinental Overland Dispersals, Sea Level, Climate and Vicariance
The generally well developed and understood stratigraphic record associated with fossil mammals in North America is combined with independent chronological data sets that foster the development of
Land mammal biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of the Etadunna Formation (late Oligocene) of South Australia
ABSTRACT Field work recently completed in the Lake Eyre Basin, South Australia, has resulted in the development of a land mammal (marsupial) biostratigraphy of the Etadunna Formation. Whereas