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Fossil Mammals of AsiaNeogene Biostratigraphy and Chronology$
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Mikael Fortelius, Xiaoming Wang, and Lawrence Flynn

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780231150125

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231150125.001.0001

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Miocene Mammal Biostratigraphy of Central Mongolia (Valley of Lakes)

Miocene Mammal Biostratigraphy of Central Mongolia (Valley of Lakes)

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(p.477) Chapter 20 Miocene Mammal Biostratigraphy of Central Mongolia (Valley of Lakes)
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Fossil Mammals of Asia
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Gudrun Daxner-Höck

Demchig Badamgarav

Margarita Erbajeva

Ursula Bettina Göhlich

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Columbia University Press
DOI:10.7312/columbia/9780231150125.003.0020

This chapter presents new results for the biostratigraphy of Miocene land mammals of Central Mongolia (Valley of Lakes). The Valley of Lakes is well known for its basalt layers interfingered with Paleogene and Neogene sediments. It is among the best places in Mongolia where fossiliferous terrestrial sediments are associated with basalts. The Taatsiin Gol and Taatsiin Tsagaan Nur area comprises a sequence of terrestrial sediments that can be divided into the Gol and Loh formations. All Miocene small mammal fossils (biozones D to E) derive from sediments of the Loh Formation. The chapter begins with a description of the integrated Oligocene/Miocene stratigraphy from the Taatsiin Gol and Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur area. It then analyzes Miocene deposits in the area, along with emended biostratigraphy and biochronology of informal biozones D to E.

Keywords:   biostratigraphy, Miocene, land mammals, Central Mongolia, Valley of Lakes, terrestrial sediments, Loh Formation, fossils, biochronology, biozones

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