Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America
This book places into modern context the information by which
North American mammalian paleontologists recognize, divide,
calibrate, and discuss intervals of mammalian evolution known as
North American Land Mammal Ages. It incorporates new information on
the systematic biology of the fossil record and utilizes the many
recent advances in geochronologic methods and their results.
The book describes the increasingly highly resolved stratigraphy
into which all available temporally significant data and
applications are integrated. Extensive temporal coverage includes
the Lancian part of the Late Cretaceous, and geographical coverage
includes information from Mexico, an integral part of the North
American fauna, past and present.
Subjects: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Paleontology, General Science
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