ESR dating of pleistocene mammal teeth and its implications for the biostratigraphy and geological evolution of the coastal plain, Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil

@inproceedings{Lopes2010ESRDO,
  title={ESR dating of pleistocene mammal teeth and its implications for the biostratigraphy and geological evolution of the coastal plain, Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil},
  author={Renato Pereira Lopes and Luiz F. F. de Oliveira and Ana Maria Graciano Figueiredo and Angela Kinoshita and Oswaldo Baffa and Francisco Sekiguchi Buchmann},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract The fossiliferous deposits in the coastal plain of the Rio Grande do Sul State, Southern Brazil, have been known since the late XIX century; however, the biostratigraphic and chronostratigraphic context is still poorly understood. The present work describes the results of electron spin resonance (ESR) dating in eleven fossil teeth of three extinct taxa ( Toxodon platensis , Stegomastodon waringi and Hippidion principale ) collected along Chui Creek and nearshore continental shelf, in… CONTINUE READING

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