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Synonyms for Pliocene

from 13 million to 2 million years ago

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43 MCF/d of gas from a Pliocene Kafr al-Shaikh formation (Fm) at a depth of 2,226m.
These villages are situated in the Attock district, Punjab, Pakistan, comprising the outcrops of Late Miocene - Early Pliocene, date to 10.
In the richer Italian assemblage there is a very good agreement in all details and morphological variation between the Pliocene achenes and the extant C.
The fauna indicates an age ranging from Late Miocene to Middle Pliocene.
The thickest Pliocene deposits are referred to as the Beaufort Formation and are formed by an extensive braided river system.
The coexistence of two species of Paraethomys differing mainly in size has been recorded in several Pliocene localities from the Teruel and Granada Basins (Adrover, 1986; Adrover et al.
The primary objective was to target the Pliocene formation from which it is now producing; and the secondary objective was to test the deeper Miocene formation for hydrocarbon potential.
I bid on a lot of 50,000 shells, all from the Pliocene era; the owner said it was all or nothing," she recalls.
The basin fill consists of Permo-Carboniferous Gondwana Group, Pliocene Dupi Tila Formation and Pleistocene Madhupur Clay.
Among the topics are the character and significance of flood deposits in continental and marine environments, a case study of genetic indices in hyperpycnal systems in the Late Oligocene to Early Miocene merecure formation in Venezuela's Maturin Sub-basin, fluvial-derived turbidites in the Los Molles formation, ichnologic signatures of hyperpycnal flow deposits in Cretaceous river-dominated deltas in the Austral Basin of southern Argentina, and evidence of shelfal hyperpycnal deposition of Pliocene sandstones in the Oilbird Field on the southeast coast of Trinidad.
delavayi complex was the highest during the late Miocene, declined in the late Pliocene, and then increased during the present epoch.
The block contains the shallow water portion of the Mamberamo delta and an undeveloped gas discovery in Pliocene turbidite reservoirs.
They discovered that melting took place repeatedly between five and three million years ago, during a geological period called Pliocene Epoch, which may have caused sea levels to rise approximately ten metres.
The sediments depict the end of the Pliocene epoch, which lasted from 5.
There are few modern day Chelonians in Idaho but they were plentiful in the Pliocene and Miocene, including giant forms.