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Late Pleistocene coastal paleogeography of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, and its implications for terrestrial biogeography and early postglacial human occupation
Molluscs, sediment lithology, and published sub-bottom profiles are used to deduce sea levels, outline the influence of glacially induced crustal displacement, and reconstruct the paleoenvironment ofExpand
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Paleogeography, glacially induced crustal displacement, and Late Quaternary coastlines on the continental shelf of British Columbia, Canada
Abstract Subsequent to the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), complex isostatic adjustments resulted from deglaciation, eustatic sea level change, tectonic faulting, and a relatively thin, flexibleExpand
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Biological Emergences: Evolution by Natural Experiment
This title serves as a critique of selectionism and the proposal of an alternate theory of emergent evolution that is causally sufficient for evolutionary biology. Natural selection is commonlyExpand
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Aspects of the biology of a gutless species of Solemya (Bivalvia: Protobranchia)
A new species of Solemya is found to lack a gut. It has no provision for the collection of food particles. The ciliation of the mantle cavity functions only to cleanse and irrigate the mantle cavity.Expand
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The Climate Connection: Climate Change and Modern Human Evolution
1. Introduction Part I. Early Human History: 2. From ape to human: the emergence of hominids 3. Human behavioural evolution 4. The migration and diaspora of Homo Part II. Climate During the LastExpand
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Malacological insights into the marine ecology and changing climate of the late Pleistocene - early Holocene Queen Charlotte Islands archipelago, western Canada, and implications for early peoples
The first intertidal species to colonize the Queen Charlotte Islands archipelago along the northeastern Pacific margin of Canada after the last glacial maximum (LGM) was Macoma nasuta at 13 210 ± 80Expand
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The structure and function of the stomach in bivalve molluscs
The structure and function of the stomachs of nine bivalves are examined. These animals belong to the Gastrotetartika, Gastrotriteia, and Gastropempta, the three orders of the Polysyringia, a newExpand
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Catheptic endopeptidases and protein digestion in the horse clam Tresus capax (Gould).
Abstract 1. 1. The investigation of protein hydrolysis by gastric and digestive diverticular extracts of Tresus , over a wide pH range, indicates that acid proteinases are the most important enzymes.Expand
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