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Molluscan assemblages from the marine middle miocene of South Jutland and their environments.
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Molluscan assemblages from the marine middle Miocene of South Jutland and their environments. Several kinds of evidence indicate that cooling rather than the areal effect of eustatic sea-level lowering was the primary cause of the excessive extinction: (1) heavy Plio-Pleistocene extinction of mollusks was not global but concentrated around the margins of the northern Atlantic—an ocean fringed by polar ice caps; (2) taxa of tropical Cited by: Molluscan assemblages from the marine Middle Miocene of South Jutland and their environments.
Danmarks Geologiske Understfgelse II, raekke, 79 Cited by: The goal of this study is to correlate in chronostratigraphic order the fossil assemblages of selected, historical Lower and Middle Miocene localities of the Torino Hills.
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Warm tem-perate climatic conditions are observed in the Late Miocene. During the early-middle Tortonian, the values are from to °C for the MAT, from to °C for the CMT and between and mm for theFile Size: 3MB.The Miocene occurred after the Oligocene and before the Pliocene and is dated between () million years ago.
It is often divided into the Early Miocene epoch ( to million years ago), the Middle Miocene epoch ( to million years ago), and the Late Miocene epoch ( to million years ago).