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e-Book Sirenian evolution in the North Pacific Ocean (University of California publications in geological sciences ; v. 118) download

e-Book Sirenian evolution in the North Pacific Ocean (University of California publications in geological sciences ; v. 118) download

by Daryl P Domning

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Geological Sciences, 118, 1-176. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Fossil middle triassic sea cows – placodont reptiles as macroalgae feeders along the north-western Tethys coastline with Pangaea and in the Germanic basin. AUTHORS: Cajus G. Diedrich.

Geological Sciences, 118, 1-176. KEYWORDS: Placodont Reptiles; Triassic; Convergent Evolutionary Ecological Adaptation; Sirenia; Macroalgae Feeders; NW Tethys Shelf; Palaeoecology. JOURNAL NAME: Natural Science, Vo. N., January 29, 2011.

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, volume 11. This work was Daryl Domning's P. This monograph presents the evolution of the Sirenia in the North Pacific Ocean from the early Eocene to the present

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, volume 118. This monograph presents the evolution of the Sirenia in the North Pacific Ocean from the early Eocene to the present.

University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, Volume 118. Responsibility: by Daryl P. Domning. Confirm this request.

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Dusisiren is a sirenian exemplar of the evolutionary theory of punctuated equilibrium. University of California Press, Berkeley. It evolved from a mangrove-eating ancestor to adapt to cold climates in the North Pacific by developing the capability to feed on kelp beds out on the open coast Species. A new fossil sirenian from Santa Barbara County, California. Carnegie Institution of Washington 348:9-11.

Sirenian evolution in the North Pacific Ocean". University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 118: 1–176. Encyclopedia Article. Extinction, IUCN Red List, Commander Islands, California, Alaska. Extant Sirenia species by family.

Sirenian evolution in the North Pacific Ocean. Repenning, C. and Tedford, R. H. 1977. Otarioid seals of the Neogene. Geological Survey Professional Paper 992. Savin, S. Dougla, R. and Stehli, F. G. 1975. University of California Publications Geological Science 118. Domning, D. P. 1981. Sea cows and sea grasses. Paleobiology 7:417–420. Morgan, G. and Ray, C. E. 1982. North American Eocene sea cows (Mammalia: Sirenia). Tertiary marine paleotemperatures. Geological Society of America Bulletin 86:1499–1510.

Abstract North Pacific fossil sirenians comprise representatives of three subfamilies of the Dugongidae . The Recent Dugong probably entered the Pacific from the Indian Ocean.

Abstract North Pacific fossil sirenians comprise representatives of three subfamilies of the Dugongidae: Halitheriinae (Metaxytherium arctodites, Middle Miocene, North America), Hy-drodamalinae (Dusisiren sp. Early-Late Miocene, and Hydrodamalis sp. Late Miocene-Pleistocene, North America and Japan), and Dugonginae (Dioplotherium allisoni, Early-Middle Miocene, North America). The presence in the North Pacific Miocene of at least three sympatric dugongid lineages, together with desmostylians, is evidence for a diversity of marine plants that was reduced by subsequent climatic cooling.

Pp. xi, 176; 18 full page black-and-white plates, 37 text-figures (line-drawings and maps). Publisher's original light tan printed wrappers, lg 8vo. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, volume 118. This work was Daryl Domning's Ph.D. dissertation. This monograph presents the evolution of the Sirenia in the North Pacific Ocean from the early Eocene to the present. The Sirenia, or sea cows, are an order of herbivorous marine mammals. The order is very sensitive to climate change and is currently under stress from global warming. No ownership marks and no signs of use.
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