Stratigraphic Schemes for the North Pacific Palaeogene and Neogene: Geological Events, Biotic Evolution, and Biogeographical Scenarios for the Last 65 Myr
New Cenozoic stratigraphic schemes for the Kamchatka–Sakhalin region are described. Scenarios of geological events and the evolution of biotic assemblages are presented. Five large stages of North Pacific ecosystem evolution are established.
KeywordsCenozoic North Pacific Geological events Palaeoclimates
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