Geological Society of America Memoir. Libro 113. Roger Yates Anderson Douglas W. Kirkland1 de enero de 1969.
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In western North America, pollen data from highland lakes are often used to reconstruct vegetation on the adjacent lowlands. Plant macrofossils and pollen from packrat middens now provide a means to evaluate such reconstructions. Early Holocene middens from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, and a terminal Pleistocene midden from Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, show that blue spruce, limber pine, Douglas fir, dwarf juniper, and Rocky Mountain juniper expanded at least down to 1770 m elevation Neither Colorado pinyon nor ponderosa pine was found as macrofossils in the middens.
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The Southern High Plains of northwestern Texas and eastern New Mexico are rich .
The Southern High Plains of northwestern Texas and eastern New Mexico are rich in Paleoindian archaeological sites, including such well-known ones as Clovis, Lubbock Lake, Plainview, and Midland. 21. Stratigraphy Soils and Geochronology of Paleoindian Sites. 50. Regional Comparisons.
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The Early-Middle Pleistocene transition (c. –0. 5 Ma), sometimes known as the ‘mid-Pleistocene revolution’, represents a major episode in Earth history. Low-amplitude 41-ka obliquity-forced climate cycles of the earlier Pleistocene were replaced progressively in the later Pleistocene by high-amplitude 100-ka cycles.