Edited By: Mikael Fortelius, John Kappelman, Sevket Sen and Raymond L Bernor
409 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
The Sinap Formation, located near the city of Ankara in central Turkey, preserves a rich record of mammalian evolution from about 15 to 5 million years ago. It is one of the few sites in the area that also has fossil apes. The authors have put together a detailed record of faunal change and, by adding paleomagnetic and radiometric dating techniques, have produced a chronostratigraphy for the formation.
Recommended -- E. Delson Choice Important and significant. -- Andrew Hill Journal of Mammalian Evolution Sept 26 2007
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