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Aspects of Tethyan biogeography

Tethys, an Ancestral Mediterannean. (1966 University ofLeicester)

Aspects of Tethyan biogeography

a symposium

by Tethys, an Ancestral Mediterannean. (1966 University ofLeicester)

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Published by Systematics Association in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Mediterranean Region.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditedfor the Association by C.G. Adams and D.V. Ager.
    SeriesSystematics Association : Publication -- No.7, Systematics Association -- No.7.
    ContributionsAdams, Charles Geoffrey., Ager, Derek V.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi,336p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14939232M
    ISBN 100126058016

      To assess the role of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau uplift in shaping the intercontinental disjunction in Northern Hemisphere, we analyzed the origin and diversification within a geological Cited by: 4. Global biogeography of Albian ammonoids: A network-based approach Alexis Rojas. The Tethyan Realm in our biogeographic model extends from the open waters of the Tethyan Ocean, the Central Atlantic, and the paleo-Caribbean to paleolatitude ∼60°S, and includes the northernmost Antarctic Peninsula region. Aspects of ammonite biology Cited by: 9.

    In the Tethyan clade (Figs. 1, 6), physical defenses comprise branch and/or inflorescence tips ending in spines (11), the presence of sparse pearl bodies sometimes present on the lower leaf surfaces (7) and pods (65), calyx lobes longer than twice the length of the tube (35), which are correlated with small flowers protected by densely hairy Cited by: INTRODUCTION. The Paleo‐Tethys was a large ocean that existed between Laurasia and Gondwana from Devonian to Triassic time and is generally depicted as a huge paleo‐equatorial indentation of supercontinent Pangea in recent paleomaps (Golonka ; Blakey ).This ocean basin opened by the rifting from Gondwanaland of continental blocks that form the core .

    The first book to fully define this rapidly emerging subdiscipline, "Biogeography in a Changing World" elucidates the principles of biogeography and paves the way for its evolution into a stand-alone g on contributions from leading proponents of differing methods within biogeography, the book clearly defines the differing, sometimes. References Appendix Plates. Prev , Natural history of marine animals: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., p. Matsumoto, T., , Upper Cretaceous ammonites of , The influence of climatic fluctuations on species diversity within the Tethyan provincial system; in, Aspects of Tethyan biogeography, C. G. Adams and D. V. Ager.


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