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From: 100 years of Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments

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From Senckenbergiana to Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeo-environments. 100 years of evolution of the journals’ scientific focus, layout and corporate design. Pictures from left to right: The first Senckenbergiana published in 1919. Senckenbergiana lethaea was established in 1954 in response to the growth of natural science, 1955 volume 35(5/6) is pictured here. Changing layout and format in 1993, pictured here 1999 volume 79(1), special issue in memoriam of Dr. Wolfgang Struve. The last volume of Senckenbergiana lethaea 88(2) in 2008 before it was replaced by the new title Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments in 2009, pictured here 2019 volume 99(4) special issue “Taking the Orient Express? The role of Anatolia in mediterranean Neogene palaeobiogeography”

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