Wood-remains from the lower Pleistocene of Tegelen, The Netherlands

by J. van der Burgh

Publisher: Rijksmuseum van Geologie en Mineralogie in Leiden

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  • Netherlands,
  • Tegelen.


  • Trees, Fossil -- Netherlands -- Tegelen.,
  • Paleobotany -- Pleistocene.,
  • Paleobotany -- Netherlands -- Tegelen.

Edition Notes

StatementJ. van der Burgh.
SeriesScripta geologica ;, 25
LC ClassificationsQE991 .B83
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4794088M
LC Control Number75515092

classical locality of Tegelen (province of Limburg, The Netherlands) O'REGAN, H., BISHOP, L., ELTON, S., LAMB, A. & TURNER, A.: Afro-Eurasian mammalian dispersal routes of the Late Pliocene and Early Pleistocene, and their bearing on earliest hominin movements MAZZA, P.P.A.: Response of Italian Late Neogene and Quaternary large.   O'Regan, H. J. & Turner, A. Biostratigraphic and palaeoecological implications of new fossil felid material from the Plio-Pleistocene site of Tegelen, the Netherlands.   Reumer, J.W.F. (): Ruscinian and early Pleistocene Soricidae (Insectivora, Mammalia) from Tegelen (The Netherlands) and Hungary. Scripta Geolog Sanchez-Goni, M.F.,d'Errico, F. (): La historia de la vegetacion y el clima del ultimo ciclo climatico (OIS5-OIS1, anos BP) en la Peninsula Iberica y su posible.   This applies to such different cases as the Somme valley in northern France (Tuffreau & Antoine, ), the Lower Pleistocene Tegelen clay pits in the Netherlands (e.g., Dubois, ; see also Luttschwager & van Bemmel, ; Peeters et al., ), the Upper Val d'Arno basin in Italy, whose mammal fauna was already known to the seventeenth.

The important discoveries of Lower Palaeolithic artefacts in stratigraphical context within Lower and early Middle Pleistocene deposits in the western continental part of Europe along the rift systeme of the Rhine Valley are pointing at the possible continuous presence of hominins since the Lower Pleistocene. This paper reports on lithic industry from its early appearance at around million. Villa A., Blain H.-A., van den Hoek Ostende L.W. & Delfino M. () – Fossil amphibians and reptiles from Tegelen (Province of Limburg) and the early Pleistocene palaeoclimate of The Netherlands. Quaternary Science Reviews, Charcoals collected from the middle-late Pliocene sediments of the Taigu Basin, Shanxi Province, China, have been identified as Ulmus sp. (Ulmaceae), Prunus sp., Maloidoxylon sp. (Rosaceae), and Maclura sp. (Moraceae). These taxa, along with the previously known fossils, indicate the occurrence of temperate climate and local wildfire at that time. Charcoals of trees and/or shrubs and the.   The Pleistocene is the last-named epoch of the Cenozoic Era (65 million years ago to the present) and is the first epoch of the Quaternary period, which continues to this day. Climate and Geography The end of the Pleistocene epoch (20, to 12, years ago) was marked by a global ice age, which led to the extinction of many megafauna mammals.

  A stratigraphy using the intra-crystalline protein from the calcitic opercula of Bithynia is presented. Focused on Britain, but also using samples from a few continental sites, the coverage has been extended back to ∼3 Ma. This aminostratigraphy is consistent with independent geochronology, terrace stratigraphy and biostratigraphy. The aminostratigraphic framework has been linked to the. Late Pleistocene Environment at Kharaneh IV. The Azraq wetland is fed by several springs, which are filled by surface runoff and groundwater [].The springs have a low discharge-to-replenishment ratio, with a residence time of 20, years [45, 46].In the past, prior to modern water demands, the springs provided a secure supply of water, even under arid conditions [35, 44, 47]. Founded in , the Dutch society for Pleistocene Mammals (Werkgroep Pleistocece Zoogdieren) is an organization in which Dutch and foreign professional and amateur-palaeontologists co-operate. Approximately Dutch members and 75 foreign members . Introduction. Compared to other clades of the largest mammalian family of Muridae, the genus Micromys shows several striking peculiarities. The genus is composed of a single extant species, Micromys minutus (Pallas, ), one of the smallest forms of the family. Although it resembles the synchorological genera Apodemus or Mus (tribes Apodemini and Murini sensu) in its dental and cranial.

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Wood-remains of the Lower Pleistocene type locality of the Tiglian have been described and identified. The resulting flora is compared with Recent European forest-vegetations and a strong affinity. Wood-remains from the lower Pleistocene of Tegelen, The Netherlands (Scripta geologica) [Burgh, J.

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s from the Pleistocen Lower oef Tegelen (The Netherlands). Script Geol.a, 1 - 35, 2 tables 6, pls., Leiden, November Wood-remains of the Lowe Pleistocenr type e locality o Tigliaf the havn beee n. Title: Wood-remains from the Lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands) Published in: Scripta Geologica, 25, 1 - ISSN Author: J.

van der BurghCited by: Wood-remains from the Lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands) Journal: Scripta Geologica: Volume: Year: Pages: ISSN: Abstract: Wood-remains of the Lower Pleistocene type locality of the Tiglian have been described and identified.

The resulting flora is compared with Recent European forest-vegetations and a. Wood-remains from the Lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands).

Scripta Geologica No. 1–   Journals & Books; Help J. Wood remains of the Lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands) Scr Geol, 25 1 35 Van der Burgh, J, a_ HOlzer aus dean Phozan der Nlederrheanischen Bucht Fortsehr.

Geol Rhemld Westf. 28 Van der Burgh, J, b The Phocene flora of Fortuna- Garsdorf, 1 Fruits and seeds of Angiosperms Rev. Geological research on the Early Pleistocene Tiglian Stage sites of the Dutch-German border area, near Venlo and Tegelen, has formed the framework of the Early Pleistocene stratigraphy in The Netherlands (Reid and Reid, ; Van der Vlerk and Florschütz, ; Zagwijn,a).It has been developed by compilation of evidence derived from palaeobotanical (i.e.

pollen and plant. The larger voles from Tegelen (The Netherlands) are 50 T. van Kolfschoten referred to as M. pliocaenicus (Freudenthal et al., ; Kolfschoten and Meulen, ). Within this group there The Netherlands book, however, at least one very high-crowned M1 without an enamel islet and the M3 specimens can be divided into two groups on the basis of the height of the.

A left lower molar of the European jaguar, Panthera onca gombaszoegensis (Kretzoi, ), collected ex situ at the locality 'De Kuilen' near Langenboom (province of Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands. The other end of the niveau sequence proposed here offers a further possibility for a connection: The mammalian local fauna of Tegelen (The Netherlands) is associated with a local flora, in which a certain number of typical Tertiary elements are missing.

The Tegelen flora already has a Pleistocene, interglacial charactel. Schreuder () published a lower canine from the Tegelen Clay (the Netherlands) and Willemsen () a few more remains which he separated between Enhydrictis and Pannonictis, based on size criteria principally.

Detailed studies of recently exposed Lower Pleistocene clay deposits and their fossil content (pollen, plant macrofossils, molluscs and mammals) in the Maalbeek pit near Tegelen are presented.

Few Quaternary herpetofaunas have been recovered from The Netherlands. Among these, the one coming from the early Pleistocene site of the Russel-Tiglia-Egypte pit near Tegelen is of particular. Reid at Tegelen-sur-Meuse.

Here the top of the peaty clay was much afl'ected by cryoturbation and overlaid by ' young cover sands' extending to the present podsolized heath surface. Such ' young cover sands' occur extensively throughout the lowlands of Holland, and have been attributed to the Late-Glacial period following the last glaciation.

Wood-remains from the Lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands). Scripta Geologica 1– Google Scholar; Van der Burgh, J. Hölzer aus dem Pliozän der Niederrhenishcen Bucht. Fortschr. Geol. Rheinld. Westf – Google Scholar; Watari, S.

Studies on the fossil woods from the Tertiary of Japan, I. Fossil woods. The Lower Pleistocene fluvial (clay) deposits in the Maalbeek pit near Tegelen, The Netherlands Westerhoff, W. / Cleveringa, P. / Meijer, T. / Van Kolfschoten, T. / International Association for Quaternary Research; Subcommission on European Quaternary Stratigraphy / European Quaternary Mammal Research Association |   LOWER JURASSIC FORAMINIFERA FROM THE LLANBEDR (MOCHRAS FARM) BOREHOLE, NORTH WALES, UK by Philip Copestake & Ben Johnson.

Monograph of the Palaeontological Society, London (no. for ), No. of pages: pp., 21 plates. Price: UK£‐ ISSN ‐ (paperback) Nigel Ainsworth; Pages: The Corbicula DIL ratio of NoorderhoeveE is comparable to that of ZuurlandC and clearly lower than the Belvédère ratio.

(Oostingh & Florschütz, ; Meijer, ). Burgh, J. van der. Wood-remains from the lower Pleistocene of Tegelen (The Netherlands). Scripta Geologica 1– Google Scholar. In the Late Pleistocene, most of the Netherlands was part of Doggerland, a vast area of land connecting Britain and continental Europe.

In the early Holocene, the coastline lay farther west than it does at present, and around BC, the relative sea level of the.

Tesakov A.S. Voles of the Tegelen fauna, Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO, 60,Abstract. Text. van Kolfschoten T. & Tesakov A.S.

The early Pleistocene Mimomys hordijki sp. nov. from the Zuurland borehole (The Netherlands). Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO. Thijs van Kolfschoten () is professor emeritus in mammalian palaeo- and archaeozoology and Quaternary biostratigraphy.

He studied Geology and Biology and obtained his Ph.D. in Palaeontology, at the Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands).

The Lower Paleozoic brachiopod and trilobite faunas of Anglesey. 75 S., 2 Abb., 14 Taf. The discovery of a human lower jaw associated with stone tools and animal bones from the Sima del Elefante in northern Spain is reported. The finds have been dated to. HYPOLAGUS FROM THE TEGELEN CLAY; WITH A NOTE ON RECENT NESOLAGUS BY A.

SCHREUDER. ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM, AMSTERDAM. Only two remains of a Hare have been gathered, a few years ago, in the Tegelen Clay, viz.

a left mandibular ramus with the incisor and four cheek-teeth in situ (coll. Zool. Mus. Amsterdam), and a right tibia the middle portion of which has been. Start studying Euro Wood Book Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The present paper deals with small mammal cranial and postcranial remains from two Bronze Age archaeological sites on Crete, Greece: Mochlos on Eastern Crete and Khania on Western Crete.

The endemic Pleistocene species Mus minotaurus and Crocidura zimmermanni were identified in skeletal material from archaeological excavations under the modern city of Khania, while M. musculus. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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