Paleogeographically, the basin was located near 20[degrees] S paleolatitude
and rotated clockwise about 45[degrees] from its current orientation (Holland 1993; Brett & Algeo 1999; Holland & Patzkowsky 2007; Jin et al.
of the Songliao Basin ranged from 38 to 47[degrees] in the Cretaceous .
Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and paleolatitude
of the Triassic-Jurassic Blomidon Formation in the Fundy basin (Canada): implications for early Mesozoic tropical climate gradients.
This Early Eocene sphenisciformes diversity supports several separate dispersals of giant penguins from Antarctica to lower latitudes: Australia (late Eocene, paleolatitude
~ 33[degrees]S, Jenkins 1974), New Zealand (late Eocene/early Oligocene, paleolatitude
~ 45[degrees]S, Simpson 1971), Argentina (middle Eocene, paleolatitude
~ 54[degrees]S, Clarke et al.
Andrusevich VE, Engel MH, Zumberge JE (2000) Effects of paleolatitude
on the stable carbon isotope composition of crude oils.
The Pikopiko Fossil Forest grew on an alluvial plain not far above sea level, and was situated at a paleolatitude
of about 50[degrees]S.
Our new paleomagnetic investigation on a dyke swarm (LD B) in the Linzhou basin confirmed this by a paleolatitude
Myers' results are consistent with data from other low paleolatitude
, continental, Upper Jurassic deposits in Africa and with regional projections of paleoclimate generated by general circulation models.
A stable-isotope mass balance model has been used to generate estimates of Cenomanian precipitation rates that range from 1500 mm/yr at 25[degrees]N paleolatitude
to 3200 mm/yr at 45[degrees]N paleolatitude
Because the surface of the Earth is constantly shifting due to plate tectonics, the age of an impact is vital in determining its actual paleolatitude
and ancient proximity to other impacts on now widely separate continental masses.
Even more surprising, says Spray, all three had the same paleolatitude
The oxygen- and hydrogen-isotope compositions predicted for meteoric water at ~560 Ma, based on Avalonia paleolatitude
estimates (Murphy et al.