Proceedings of the Symposium Paleofloristic and Paleoclimatic Changes in the Cretaceous and Tertiary: Prague, August 28th - September 1st, 1989
Ervín Knobloch, Zlatko Kvaček
Geological Survey Publisher, 1990 - Paleobotany - 322 pages
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abundant Acer Alnus angiosperms Arctotertiary assemblages Barremian Basin beds Bohemia Campanian Cenomanian Central China clays climate coal complex composition Coniacian conifers correlation CRETACEOUS AND TERTIARY Daphnogene deciduous delta deposits dominated DOROF Early elements environments Eocene Eocene floras Europe evergreen facies ferns flora floristic forest fossil fossil floras fossil plants genera genus Geol geological Glyptostrobus Heer humid Juglandaceae KNOBLOCH Kvacek Late Cretaceous Lauraceae laurophyllous Laurophyllum leaf leaves localities Lower Miocene Maastrichtian marine microphyllous Middle Eocene Miocene Myrica Neogene North northern occur Oligocene Pacltova paleobotanical PALEOCLIMATIC CHANGES PALEOFLORISTIC AND PALEOCLIMATIC Paleogene palynological Paratethys Pautut flora Pinus Platanus Pleistocene Pliocene pollen Populus Prague Praha province Quercus region represented Santonian Sarmatian seam sediments Sequoia southern species specimens Stare Sedlo Formation strata stratigraphic studied subtropical swamp Symposium PALEOFLORISTIC taphofloras taxa Taxodiaceae Taxodium temperature tropical Turonian Ulmus Upper Cretaceous Upper Eocene vegetation WALTHER Wieliczk zone