Magnetochronology of the Oligocene mammalian faunas in the Lanzhou Basin, Northwest China

@article{Zhang2018MagnetochronologyOT,
  title={Magnetochronology of the Oligocene mammalian faunas in the Lanzhou Basin, Northwest China},
  author={Peng Zhang and H. Ao and M. Dekkers and Z. An and Lijuan Wang and Yongxian Li and Shihang Liu and X. Qiang and Hong Chang and Hui Zhao},
  journal={Journal of Asian Earth Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={159},
  pages={24-33}
}
  • Peng Zhang, Peng Zhang, +11 authors Hui Zhao
  • Published 2018
  • Geology
  • Journal of Asian Earth Sciences
Abstract The fluvio-lacustrine sequence in the Lanzhou Basin, located at the northeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau, is a rich source of Oligocene–Miocene mammalian fossils, critical to our understanding of the terrestrial Asian mammal and environmental evolution. While the Miocene mammalian faunas have been dated with magnetostratigraphy, the numerical age of the Oligocene faunas remains controversial. Here, we present new high-resolution magnetostratigraphic records from two fluvio… Expand
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