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“…The model has been used to reconstruct CO 2 during the Phanerozoic (Franks et al, 2014), including the late Paleozoic , middle Cretaceous (Richey et al, 2018), Late Cretaceous (Martínez et al, 2018), early Paleocene (Kowalczyk et al, 2018), middle Eocene (Maxbauer et al, 2014;Wolfe et al, 2017), Oligocene-Miocene boundary (Reichgelt et al, 2016;Tesfamichael et al, 2017) and early Miocene .…”
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“…The model has been used to reconstruct CO 2 during the Phanerozoic (Franks et al, 2014), including the late Paleozoic , middle Cretaceous (Richey et al, 2018), Late Cretaceous (Martínez et al, 2018), early Paleocene (Kowalczyk et al, 2018), middle Eocene (Maxbauer et al, 2014;Wolfe et al, 2017), Oligocene-Miocene boundary (Reichgelt et al, 2016;Tesfamichael et al, 2017) and early Miocene .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…12). Although there are macrofloral collections from lower Lefipán Formation strata (Andruchow-Colombo et al 2018;Martínez et al 2018), their precise age is not known, and the preserved diversity of dicot leaves is not nearly so extensive as in the upper Lefipán studied here. Therefore, observations across a wide stratigraphic range in the Lefipán Formation are not possible at this time.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…1A) (Spalletti 1996; Scasso et al 2012; Figari et al 2015). Leaf cuticular p CO 2 estimates (Martínez et al 2018), TEX 86 proxy records (Scasso et al 2012; Vellekoop et al 2017), and paleobotanical evidence (Baldoni 1992; Baldoni et al 1993; Barreda et al 2012; Wilf et al 2017) indicate that the upper Maastrichtian Lefipán Formation was deposited in mesothermal (or warmer), frost-free climates (Fig. 1A) along a coastline fringed by patchy woodlands and mangroves; macrofossil evidence suggests areas of rain forest as well (Wilf et al 2017; Escapa et al 2018).…”
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“…The macroflora of Cañadón del Loro is constrained to four fossiliferous levels (NF1–4, Fig. 1C) and it is characterized by an angiosperm flora of low diversity, possibly due to biostratinomic biases (Martínez et al, 2018; Cúneo et al, 2021), conifers of the families Araucariaceae and Cupressaceae (Andruchow‐Colombo et al, 2018; Cúneo et al, 2021), and ferns (Cúneo et al, 2021). The specimens here described were collected at the four fossiliferous levels of Cañadón del Loro locality, although the fossiliferous level 1 yield the most fossils (NF1 = coníferas site).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…The Cretaceous portion of the Lefipán Fm. yields both micro-and macrofossil assemblages of numerous fossil plants, the latter differ in composition among the localities at the south margin of the Chubut River, which are slightly younger in age, and those at its north margin (Cúneo et al, 2008;Wilf et al, 2017;Andruchow-Colombo et al, 2018;Escapa et al, 2018;Martínez et al, 2018;Stiles et al, 2020;Cúneo et al, 2021). Contrastingly, the paleobotanical component of the Danian portion of Lefipán only preserves palynological remains (Barreda et al, 2012).…”
Section: Geologic Settingmentioning