2 edition of Quaternary mammals of the Smolućka Cave in southwest Serbia = found in the catalog.
Quaternary mammals of the Smolućka Cave in southwest Serbia =
Vesna M. DimitrijevicМЃ
|Other titles||Kvartarni sisari Smolućke pećine (JZ Srbija)|
|Statement||Vesna M. Dimitrijević.|
|Series||Palaeontologia Jugoslavica ;, sv. 41|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .P49 sv.41|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||96189750|
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Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Late Pleistocene found ( total) alternate case: late Pleistocene Panthera spelaea (2, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Panthera leo fossilis Diedrich, C. G. (). "Palaeopopulations of Late Pleistocene Top Predators in Europe: Ice Age Spotted Hyenas and Steppe Lions in The Buena Pinta Cave was discovered in while conducting a survey in the area as part of a project to search for the earliest human settlements in central Iberia. This small cave lies slightly above the bottom of the valley at an altitude of m. Its geographic coordinates are 40° 55’ ” N, 3° 48’ ” W (datum WGS84)?id=/
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Over items of vertebrate remains were discovered in the left, deadend passage at the entrance of Gradašnica cave (Miroč, east Serbia). This paper presents data on Rodentia and :// M a r k o v i ć, Z. – Rodentia and Lagomorpha from Gradašnica cave in E. Serbia 69 Bulletin of the Natural History Museum,1.
localities in Serbia: Smolućka Pećina cave (Dimitrijević The Janda cavity at Fruška Gora, the first cave assemblage from the southeast Pannonian lowland (Vojvodina, Serbia) Article in Quaternary International () August with 1.
Introduction. Modern and complex behavior has been discussed widely in the scientific literature. The “package” related to modernity and complexity includes evidence associated with technological, social, and cognitive innovations in relation to hunting methods and diet, hafting procedures, and heat treatment, among others (see McBrearty and Brooks,Villa and Roebroeks, ).
Dimitrijevi Ć V., - Quaternary Mammals of the Smolućka Cave in Southwest Serbia. Paleontologia Jugoslavica, 41, Dimitrijevi Ć V., - Upper Pleistocene mammals from cave deposits in Serbia. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia, 39 (1), Dimitrijevi Ć V., - Upper Pleistocene Mammals from Cave Deposits in :// The new Quaternary site of Los Rincones in the region of Moncayo (Zaragoza, north-east Spain) has provided a well-preserved mandible of Panthera pardus.
This mandible shows morphological similarities with that of snow leopard, Panthera uncia. The resemblance between specimens described as P. pardus in the European Pleistocene and P. uncia raises the question of whether the morphological ?lang=en. There are four possible explanations for the unique mix of cold- and heat-loving animals that were common during the Ice Age: 1) seasonal migration, 2) increased climatic tolerances, 3) the mixing of glacial and interglacial fossils, and 4) an equable climate /possible-explanations-for-disharmonious-associations.
Pleistocene megafauna is the set of large animals that lived on Earth during the Pleistocene epoch and became extinct during the Quaternary extinction event. Megafauna are any animals with an adult body weight of over 44 kg (97 lbs). The Quaternary period (from ± million years ago to the present) saw the extinctions of numerous predominantly megafaunal species, which resulted in a collapse in faunal density and diversity and the extinction of key ecological strata across the globe.
The most prominent event in the Late Pleistocene is differentiated from previous Quaternary pulse extinctions by the widespread In Serbia, caves are usually formed in the plentiful Mesozoic limestone of the Carpatho-Balkan mountain belt in the east, and the Dinaric Alps in the west.
Cave deposits usually date from the Pleistocene to Holocene, and, when properly interpreted, are a valuable source of The recently discovered Janda cavity yielded the first large mammal fossil assemblage of the Late Pleistocene age in the southeast Pannonian lowland (Vojvodina), outside the karst region of Serbia.
The cavity is formed in the Badenian reef limestone on the northern hillside of the Fruška Gora :// The country of Serbia is situated on the Balkan Peninsula and has a moderate continental climate.
Dramatic tectonic activity in the early Miocene generated two main mountain ranges and led to the How complex is the evolution of small mammal communities during the Late Glacial in southwest France.
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1; 34).It is part of a cave complex, formed by Mala and Velika Balanica caves, with entrances separated by 7 :// Syear-old human remains were discovered in the "Cave With Bones", and being Europe’s oldest remains of Homo sapiens, they may represent the first modern humans to have entered the continent.Among the oldest traces of human existence and activity found in Romania include those dating from the remains were found at Bugiulești (Vâlcea County), Ohaba-Ponor Toponymy.
The region and former margraviate of Moravia, Morava in Czech, is named after its principal river is theorized that the river's name is derived from Proto-Indo-European *mori: "waters", or indeed any word denoting water or a marsh. The German name for Moravia is Mähren, from the river's German name could have a different etymology, as march is a term used in The cave’s records for these species are either the southernmost or among the most southerly for Late Pleistocene Europe.
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American Antiquity 8(3)These deductions are based on (1) the food preferences of the surviving mammals, (2) the elephant as an analog for the mammoth, (3) the stomach contents of frozen carcasses that contain abundant grasses, and (4) mammoth dung preserved in caves of the southwest United States This leads us to conclude that Siberia was a huge grassland during