Biostratigraphy

Just out | Reconstructing recent environmental changes using non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in two high mountain lakes from northern Patagonia, Argentina @ Journal of Paleolimnology

Just out @ Journal of Paleolimnology Reconstructing recent environmental changes using non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in two high mountain lakes from northern Patagonia, Argentina Author(s) Fernanda Montes de Oca, Luciana Motta, María Sofía Plastani, Cecilia Laprida, Andrea Lami, Julieta Massaferro Abstract: Remote lakes of northern Patagonia are ideal sites for examining climate- and non-climate-driven changes in aquatic ecosystems because there is little evidence of human influence and there is no detailed

Just out | Famennian (Upper Devonian) conodont zonation: revised global standard @ Bulletin of Geosciences

Just out @ Bulletin of Geosciences Famennian (Upper Devonian) conodont zonation: revised global standard Author(s) Spalletta C, Perri MC, Over DJ, Corradini C Abstract: The revision of the Famennian part of the “Late Devonian Standard Conodont Zonation” is based on the in-equivalence between biozones and time, and the rejection of the presumed single phyletic concept on which the previous zonation was based. It is also intended to simplify the zonation,

Just out | The Pannonian C hipparions from the Vienna Basin @ Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

Just out @ Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology The Pannonian C hipparions from the Vienna Basin Author(s) Raymond L. Bernor, Ursula B. Göhlich, Mathias Harzhauser, Gina M. Semprebon Abstract: The “Hipparion” Datum has been recognized as being a key geochronologic marker for early late Miocene Eurasian and African horizons. The Vienna Basin Pannonian C hipparions are the stratigraphically oldest (basal MN9, ca. 11.4–11.0 Ma), and we contend herein, the most primitive of all Old