Morphometric materials for analyzing Eulipotyphlans across the Paleocene-Eocene-Thermal Maximum

Natasha Vitek
Interpreting the impact of climate change on vertebrates in the fossil record can be complicated by the effects of potential biotic drivers on morphological patterns observed in taxa. One promising area where this impact can be assessed is a high-resolution terrestrial record from the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, that corresponds to the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), a geologically rapid (~170 ky) interval of sustained temperature and aridity shifts about 56 million years ago. The PETM has...
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