Of Mice and Ice in the Late Pliocene of North America

@inproceedings{Repenning2006OfMA,
  title={Of Mice and Ice in the Late Pliocene of North America},
  author={Charles Albert Repenning},
  year={2006}
}
Between 2.5 to 1.8 million years ago changes in arctic climate and in meadow mouse dispersal routes correlate with part of the history of uplift and glacial erosion of the Chugach and Saint Elias mountains in Alaska and adjacent Canada. Earlier meadow mice dispersing from Asia to central North America followed a southward coastal route between these mountains and the Pacific Ocean, appearing first in the United States Pacific Northwest. Two and a half million years ago, accelerated uplift of… CONTINUE READING

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