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Title: Paleoclimatic correlations between Western european continental and marine areas Contribution of big villafranchian fauna
Authors: Bonifay, M.-F.
Keywords: Paleoclimatic correlations
Villafranchian fauna
marine isotopic records
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: It is very difficult to make paleoclimatic correlations between continental and marine areas, but it is possible with biostratigraphic data. Reliable correlations can be made only between broad periods: between 3.5 and 3 Ma, around 2.4 Ma, until 1.6 Ma and after 1.6 Ma. The arid Mediterranean phases led to the disappearance of the European Villafranchian fauna (1.0 Ma).
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