Definition of Eocene. Meaning of Eocene. Synonyms of Eocene
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Definition of Eocene
Eocene E"o*cene, a. [Gr. ? daybreak, dawn + ? new, recent.]
Pertaining to the first in time of the three subdivisions
into which the Tertiary formation is divided by geologists,
and alluding to the approximation in its life to that of the
present era; as, Eocene deposits. -- n. The Eocene formation.
Meaning of Eocene from wikipedia
- The Eocene
( /ˈiː.əˌsiːn, ˈiː.oʊ-/ EE-ə-seen, EE-oh-) Epoch
is a geological epoch
56 to 33.9 million years
ago (mya). It is the...
- The Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
"Eocene thermal maximum
1" (ETM1), and formerly known
as the "Initial Eocene
" or "Late Paleocene...
- K–Pg Tr–J P–Tr Cap Late D O–S The Eocene
event, the transition between
the end of the Eocene
(33.9 Ma) and the beginning
- Two immature specimens
of polyxenidan millipedes
from the Eocene Bitterfeld amber
(Germany) by Haug et al. (2018). First known
- Eocene Thermal Maximum
2 (ETM-2), also called
H-1 or the Elmo (Eocene Layer
Origin) event, was a transient period
of global warming
Carnivora). The Eocene Epoch ranged
from 56 million years
to 33.9 million years
ago. In the Early-Eocene
, species living
- Columbia, Canada, that represents
one of the best preserved collections
of Eocene Epoch floras
in the world, with rich species abundance
and diversity. It...
the peak of odd-toed ungulate
existence, from the Eocene
to the Oligocene, perissodactyls
over much of the globe...
et al. 2007 (Late Eocene
Desert, Peru) Pachydyptes Oliver
1930 (Late Eocene
) Inkayacu Clarke
et al. 2010 (Late Eocene
K.; Covert, Herbert
H. (2014). "A new genus
of early Eocene
minimonstrum, from Bitter
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