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Evolution: life in the late Eocene By Jose D. Perezgonzalez [ed]
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D [ed] (2011). Evolution: life in the late Eocene. Journal of Knowledge Advancement & Integration (ISSN 1177-4576), 2011, pages 166-167. Keywords: Cenozoic, Prehistory,... More > Evolution, Simulation [See more at http://WikiofScience.wikidot.com]< Less
Evolution: life in the early Eocene By Jose D. Perezgonzalez [ed]
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D [ed] (2011). Evolution: life in the early Eocene. Journal of Knowledge Advancement & Integration (ISSN 1177-4576), 2011, pages 164-165. Keywords: Cenozoic, Prehistory,... More > Evolution, Simulation [See more at http://WikiofScience.wikidot.com]< Less
THE STONE SKELETON ATTERMINAL EOCENE EVENTS OF QUEUEUYING THEORY By MICHAEL TAYLOR
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A CHRISTIANIZED BOOK, A CHRIST SITTING ALIKE CHRIST OUR KING IN THAT WE MAY PASS THE TESTS OF GOD IF WE ARE SAVED. IN GODS NAME AMEN
Mammalia del paleocene e dell'eocene By Ruben Comitini
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Presentazione di alcuni mammiferi del paleocene e dell'eocene corredata da illustrazioni.
Mammalia del paleocene e dell'eocene By Ruben Comitini
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Presentazione di alcuni mammiferi del paleocene e dell'eocene corredata da illustrazioni.
Mammalian Faunal Change Across the Paleocene-Eocene Boundary in the Piceance Creek Basin, Western Colorado By Benjamin Burger
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The following book is my complete unpublished dissertation on the early Cenozoic fossil mammals of western Colorado. My research discusses the influence of a changing climate on the local mammalian... More > community in the Piceance Creek Basin of Colorado across the Paleocene and Eocene Epochs. I present evidence for a significant alteration of the mammalian fauna at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM). The book is divided into four sections; an introduction of the Piceance Creek Basin and the regional geology of Western Colorado; stratigraphic framework and carbon isotopic results; systematic paleontology of the 149 species of mammals documented, and a faunal analysis of the mammalian community through the entire stratigraphic sequence. The book includes over 500 high quality figures of fossilized dentitions that will be useful to researchers in the identification of fossil mammal species.< Less
Land Mammal Faunas of North America Rise and Fall During the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum By Michael Woodburne
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Denver Museum of Nature & Science Annals, No. 1, September 1, 2009 Climatic warming at the beginning of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum (EECO) resulted in major increases in plant diversity and... More > habitat complexity reflective of temporally unique, moist, paratropical conditions from about 53–50 Ma in the Western Interior of North America.< Less
DMNS Annals 3 By Michael G. Christiansen, Richard K. Stucky
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Denver Museum of Nature & Science Annals 3 Christiansen & Stucky: Revision of the Wind River Faunas,Early Eocene of Central Wyoming. Part 15. New Nyctitheriidae(?Lipotyphla) with Analysis of... More > the Relationships of North American Taxa Among the fossilized remains of early Eocene mammals collected from the Buck Spring Quarries of Wyoming are the dentitions of several previously undescribed nyctitheriids. Comparison of this material (from the Lost Cabin Member of the Wind River Formation,late Wasatchian Land Mammal Age (LMA), Lostcabinian Land Mammal Subage (LMSA, Wa-7)) to closely related taxa requires the description of a new genus and species of nyctitheres, Acrodentis rosenorum, as well as a new species of Nyctitherium, N. krishtalkai... (from the Abstract)< Less
Structural Geology of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming By U.S. Department of the Interior
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The \\'incl River Basin, which occupies 8,500 square miles in central ,vyoming, is typical of the large sedimentary and structural basins that formecl in the Rocky Mountain region cluring Laramide... More > cleformation. Broacl 'belts of folded and faulted Precambrian, Paleozoic, ancl Mesozoic rocks surround the basin, including the Wind River Range on the west, the Washakie Range and Owl Creek and southern Bighorn Mountains on the north, the Casper arch on the east, and the Granite Mountains ou the south. Belntively undeformed lower Eocene rocks occupy the central part of the !basin. Precambrian basement rocks exposecl in the cores of mountain ranges indicate n long ancl complex history of sedimentation, plutonism, metamorphism, ancl deformation during Precambrian time. noel, types nre chiefly granite, gneiss, and schist; abundant n1nfic dikes occur locally. During Paleozoic and much of Mesozoic time, central Wyoming was part of the forclancl bordering the Cordilleran geosyncline on the east.< Less
Myths and Dreams By Edward Clodd
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The object of this book is to present in compendious form the evidence which myths and dreams supply as to primitive man’s interpretation of his own nature and of the external world, and more... More > especially to indicate how evidence carries within itself the history of the origin and growth of beliefs in the supernatural. The examples are selected chiefly from barbaric races, as furnishing the nearest correspondences to the working of the mind in what may be called its “eocene” stage, but examples are also cited from civilised races, as witnessing to that continuity of ideas which is obscured by familiarity or ignored by prejudice. Had more illustrations been drawn from sources alike prolific, the evidence would have been swollen to undue dimensions without increasing its significance; as it is, repetition has been found needful here and there, under difficulty of entirely detaching arguments advanced in the two parts of this work: Such as: Solar Theory of Myth, Totemism: Belief in from Animal or Plants.< Less