Late Neogene Oceanographic Change along Florida's West Coast: Evidence and Mechanisms

@article{Allmon1996LateNO,
  title={Late Neogene Oceanographic Change along Florida's West Coast: Evidence and Mechanisms},
  author={W. Allmon and S. D. Emslie and D. Jones and G. Morgan},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  year={1996},
  volume={104},
  pages={143 - 162}
}
Evidence from vertebrate and invertebrate fossil assemblages and isotopic analyses supports the hypothesis that during the Pliocene biological productivity in the eastern Gulf of Mexico was considerably higher than during the Pleistocene and Recent. Late Pliocene faunal changes in the eastern Gulf, Western Atlantic, and possibly elsewhere may have resulted, at least in part, from this shift in productivity conditions. Even if marine temperatures declined, paleontological and isotopic data… Expand
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