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Book Reference 75 sondages au sud de Liège sur la rive gauche de la Meuse
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Book Reference “East Yunnan 1991”. Geological and speleological reconaissance of the East Yunnan Karst (P.R. China). Preliminary results of a field trip between 17.12.1990 and 3.01.1991
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Inbook Reference “Vernaculair” gebruik van witstenen in Oost-Vlaanderen
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Article Reference 2010: The kick-off year of EGS.CO2.
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Techreport Reference 2013 Annual National Report Belgium
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Techreport Reference 2014 ASCOBANS National Report: Belgium
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Book Reference A check-list of the diatoms in the Holocene deposits of the western Belgian coastal plain with a survey of their apparent ecological requirements. II. Centrales
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Book Reference A check-list of the diatoms in the Holocene deposits of the western Belgian coastal plain with a survey of their apparent ecological requirements. I. Introduction, ecological code and complete list
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Article Reference A highly diverse micrososm in a hostile world: a review on the associates of red wood ants (Formica rufa group)
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Article Reference A land micro-mammal fauna from the Early Eocene marine Egem deposits (NP12, Belgium) and the first occurrence of the peradectid marsupial Armintodelphys outside North America
Dental remains of land mammals are sometimes discovered in shallow marine Paleogene deposits of the North Sea Basin. Such is the case for eleven specimens we describe here from the Early Eocene Egemkapel Clay Member in the middle part of the Tielt Formation, found in Ampe quarry at Egem in Northwestern Belgium. The small fauna consists of 6 taxa, including the neoplagiaulacid multituberculate Ectypodus, the erinaceomorph insectivore Macrocranion, the nyctitheriid Leptacodon, an eochiropteran bat possibly belonging to a palaeochiropterygid, an unidentified perissodactyl possibly belonging to an equoid, and a new species of the peradectid marsupial Armintodelphys. The latter represents the first European occurrence of the genus, which was previously only known from the North American late Early and early Middle Eocene of the Wind River and Green River basins in Wyoming and the Uinta Basin in Utah. Biogeographic and biostratigraphic analyses of peradectid marsupials suggest that Armintodelphys dispersed between North America and Europe around the time of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum. The Egemkapel Clay Member has been dated as middle NP12, early late Ypresian, whereas the Egem mammal fauna can be correlated to the fauna of Avenay from the Paris Basin, which is the international reference-level MP8+9 of the mammalian biochronological scale for the European Paleogene.
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