2002, Late Cretaceous to early Paleocene
climate and sea-level fluctuations: the Tunisian record.
The benthic foraminiferal species such as Miscellanea miscella(D' ARCHIAC and HAIME) with association of Lockhartiahaimei (DAVIES), Operculinasubsalsa DAVIES and PINFOLD and Lockhartiaconditi NUTTALL with Ranikothaliasindensis(DAVIES), Ranikothalianuttali (DAVIES), Operculinapatalensis DAVIES and PINFOLD, Discocyclinaranikotensis DAVIES and PINFOLD, Lockhartiatipperi (DAVIES) and Assilinasubspinosa DAVIES and PINFOLD suggesting an Upper Paleocene
The Upper Paleocene
Kabalar Formation, which is divided into marl, oil shale and siltstone members and was deposited in a lacustrine environment, conformably overlies the Middle Paleocene
Agsaklar Formation .
Only a handful of Asian Paleocene
mammals are known by their postcranial skeleton, which makes Ernanodon a unique source of very important information about its habits, lifestyle, and affinities," said Peter Kondrashov of A.
Malvaceae from northern South America and their biogeographical implications.
The section groups biozones P4c Acarinina soldadoensis Subzone (Late Paleocene
, Late Thanetian) to P7 Morozovella formosa formosa Zone (Middle-Early Eocene, Ypresian).
1976): The Cretaceous and Paleocene
Sediments of South Eastern Nigeria in: Kogbe, C.
Champsosaurus survived the end-Cretaceous extinction and in the Paleocene
was joined by another neochoristodere, Simoedosaurus.
The setting is the early Paleocene
epoch, 65 million years ago.
Fossil History of Amphiuma -- Although the fossil record of the paedomorphic salamander genus Amphiuma is limited, it dates back to the late Paleocene
(8), approximately 54 Ma B.
restricted to the Paleocene
and Eocene sequences (Fasola, 1969; Freile,
It's one that's still the norm in many subtropical regions, but during the greenhouse spike in the late Paleocene
epoch, monsoon climates extended well into what are now temperate latitudes.