Neogene


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Neogene

[′nē·ə‚jēn]
(geology)
An interval of geologic time incorporating the Miocene and Pliocene of the Tertiary period; the Upper Tertiary.
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Systematics of the Neogene Siwalik hipparions (Mammalia, Equidae) based on cranial and dental morphology.
2006): Neogene structures overprinting Palaeozoic thrust systems in the Andean Precordillera at 30[degrees]S latitude.
From genetic viewpoint this area represents longitudinal intramount depression filled by Neogene sediments and volcanics.
Neogene deformation between central Utah and the Mojave Desert.
Recientemente el perezoso gigante o gliptodonte, pieza fundamental de la sala de exhibicion de Geologia (ver foto anexa) fue objeto de un interesante estudio cientifico en la reconocida revista Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (The Most complete known neogene Glyptodontidae (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Cingulata) from northern South America: taxonomic paleobiogeographic and phylogenetic implications) y publicado por nuestro colega Arley de Jesus Gomez, junto a otros cientificos de Colombia y Argentina en el volumen 33 (3) de 2013.
As well, he edited several monographs, including a large volume entitled Atlas of Pollen and Spores of the Poland Neogene that he completed in late June 2013.
Washington, Sept 30 ( ANI ): In order to understand past climate and response of plants to the changing climate, researchers have discovered more than ten well preserved Neogene plant fossil sites in Southwestern China after ten years' survey.
The use of gill rakers in fossil cetorhinid taxonomy is further complicated by the fact that some undescribed Neogene Cetorhinus have gill rakers very much like Recent C.
There are also Neogene carbonates and Cenozoic calc-alkaline rocks that outcrop on San Andres Island.
Sandra's research is concerned with the long-term geological evolution of the Australian continent and she has current research projects on rocks that range in age from the Proterozoic to the Neogene.
Itea has generally been viewed as a classic eastern North American-eastern Asian disjunct taxon (Li, 1952; Wu, 1983; Wen, 1999; Guo & Ricklefs, 2000), with evidence from fossils suggesting that its geographical distribution was likely relictual from a Paleogene to Neogene Northern Hemisphere distribution that included at least Europe and eastern North America (e.