DIATOMEAS DEL PLEISTOCENO DE PEHUEN-CÓ (PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRES): INFERENCIAS PALEOAMBIENTALES
AbstractThrirty seven diatom species (Clase Bacillariophyceae) are recorded from Upper Pleistocene sediments containing mammal and bird fossil footprints impressed on an abras ion platform at Pehuen-Có, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. These levels outcrop at the supralittoral zone of the beach. Diatoms suggest a freshwater environment rich in nutrients of a temperate climate.
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