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Did the continent and sea have different temperatures in the northern Antarctic Peninsula during the Middle Eocene

@inproceedings{Cione2007DidTC,
  title={Did the continent and sea have different temperatures in the northern Antarctic Peninsula during the Middle Eocene},
  author={A. Cione and Reguero and C. A. Hospitaleche},
  year={2007}
}
  • A. Cione, Reguero, C. A. Hospitaleche
  • Published 2007
  • Geology
  • The Seymour Island beds include a remarkable representation of the continental flora and fauna and marine fauna of Eocene in southern high latitudes. We suggest that, at least during the deposition of the best sampled unit, the Cucullaea I Allomember of the La Meseta Alloformation in the Seymour Island area, a cold temperate terrestrial environment co-existed with relatively warmer temperatures in the adjacent shallow shelf sea. This is suggested by the fish and invertebrate fauna and could… CONTINUE READING
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