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Dawn of the Age of Mammals in Asia

Edited By: Christopher Beard and Mary R Dawson
348 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Dawn of the Age of Mammals in Asia
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Presents the latest scientific discoveries regarding the early evolution of mammals on the world's largest contiguous landmass. Includes synthetic treatments of Asian paleobiogeography as well as the latest information on international correlation of crucial Asian fossil sites and entire Asian Land Mammal Ages. Geographic coverage ranges from China to Turkey (east-west) and from Mongolia to India (north-south). Temporal coverage spans the Late Cretaceous to the Oligocene.

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Edited By: Christopher Beard and Mary R Dawson
348 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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