PALEOECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF LARGE-SIZED WILD BOAR TRACKS RECORDED DURING THE LAST INTERGLACIAL (MIS 5) AT HUELVA (SW SPAIN)
EARLY–MIDDLE ORDOVICIAN SEASCAPE-SCALE AGGREGATION PATTERN OF SPONGE-RICH REEFS ACROSS THE LAURENTIA PALEOCONTINENT
REEVALUATION OF THE INFERRED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LIVING RHODOLITH MORPHOLOGIES, THEIR MOVEMENT, AND WATER ENERGY: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERPRETING PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS
COVER EXPLANATION.—Sus scrofa foraging in the coastal environments of Doñana National Park (Huelva, Southern Spain), photo by J.M. Peréz de Ayala. The first tracks of this species were found in similar ecological conditions during the MIS 5 Interglacial at Matalascañas (Huelva Province).
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