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Synonyms for Eocene

from 58 million to 40 million years ago

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The Wadi Al-Hitan, which is now a UNESCO world heritage site, was once a shallow sea during the late Eocene period and is remarkable for its wealth of marine fossils.
Targeted reservoirs in the area are mostly Carbonates (Chorgali, Sakesar and Lockhart Formations) precipitated in non-clastic settings of Paleocene and Eocene age.
As biologist, he was particularly attracted by paleobiological aspects such as flight and echolocation in Eocene bats e.g.
Researchers at Purdue University stated that the changes in ocean circulation patterns were the drivers of cooling temperatures near the end of the Eocene 'hothouse' period, but some blamed the declining levels of carbon dioxide.
There, the facies extends upwards embracing the whole Eocene and includes the Upper Eocene.
By: Noha Ragab CAIRO - 24 July 2017: The Sannur Cave in Bani Suef governorate, which is located about 115 km south of Cairo is one of the unique places dating back to 65 million years of the Middle Eocene Epoch, which was known to have lasted from 56 to 33.9 million years.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 17, 2017-Cima Group forms joint venture with Eocene Health Systems
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15 March 2017 - US-based telecommunications and digital solutions conglomerate Cima Group and healthcare solutions developer and manufacturer of Eocene Systems have completed the creation of a joint venture, Cima Care Solutions, the companies said.
As a result, the depositional age of the Fushun Basin is considered to be the Paleogene to Eocene. The stratum combination and pollen records of sediments in the Meihe Basin indicated its deposition during the Eocene to Oligocene sedimentary stage [10].
Georgia, July 15 -- Skyland Petroleum Limited (ASX: SKP) ("Skyland" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that testing of the Kumisi #2 Well in Georgia has resulted in gas flow with good pressure from the Lower Eocene interval.
The Crassostrea gigantissima is shown in Figure 1, a specimen from Shell Bluff, and it rests in its geologic period of history, the Eocene. In 1911, Veatch and Stephenson correlated the extensive shell bed with the McBean formation (Veatch and Stephenson 1911).
At some point, later in the Eocene, these Asian anthropoids got to Africa and started to diversify there.