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Hipparion dispersal in Europe: magnetostratigraphic constraints from the Daroca area (Spain).

@inproceedings{Garcs2003HipparionDI,
  title={Hipparion dispersal in Europe: magnetostratigraphic constraints from the Daroca area (Spain).},
  author={M. Garc{\'e}s and W. Krijgsman and P. Pel{\'a}ez-Campomanes and M. A. A. Sierra and R. Daams},
  year={2003}
}
The Nombrevilla section in the Calatayud-Daroca basin (Central Spain) bears one of the best late Aragonian to early Vallesian large and small vertebrate fossil records in Europe, including important findings of the equid Hipparion. Magnetostratigraphic dating of the Nombrevilla section thus provides further age constraints on the timing of Hipparion dispersal in Europe, a bioevent which defines the base of the Vallesian mammal stage. Correlation of the Nombrevilla magnetic polarity… Expand

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