Early Middle Pleistocene mammalian faunas from Kärlich and Miesenheim I and their biostratigraphical implications

@inproceedings{Kolfschoten1996EarlyMP,
  title={Early Middle Pleistocene mammalian faunas from K{\"a}rlich and Miesenheim I and their biostratigraphical implications},
  author={T. Kolfschoten and E. Turner},
  year={1996}
}
  • T. Kolfschoten, E. Turner
  • Published 1996
  • Geography
  • The Kärlich and Miesenheim I localities are situated in the Neuwied Basin, in the Central Rhineland of Germany. The Pleistocene deposits in the Kärlich clay-pit have yielded several stratified faunas within which the Mimomys-Arvicola transition occurs. Based on palaeomagnetic data and heavy mineral associations, these are correlated with phases within the Dutch 'Cromerian-Complex'. The older Cromerian faunas from Kärlich indicate the presence of very high-crowned Mimomys molars; whereas in the… CONTINUE READING
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