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late tertiary flora from Bahia, Brazil

Charles Arthur Hollick

late tertiary flora from Bahia, Brazil

by Charles Arthur Hollick

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Published by The Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brazil,
  • Bahia (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Paleobotany -- Tertiary.,
    • Paleobotany -- Brazil -- Bahia (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Part of the illustrations are numbered as plates.

      Statementby Arthur Hollick and Edward Wilber Berry.
      SeriesThe Johns Hopkins University Studies in Geology,, no. 5
      ContributionsBerry, Edward Wilber, b. 1875.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE926 .H7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p. l., [11]-136 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages136
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6670218M
      LC Control Number24024940
      OCLC/WorldCa885269

      Jurassic and Cretaceous taphofloras in South America are of a more cosmopolite type, while the Tertiary is characterized by the uplift of the Andean Cordillera, which gradually changed climatic conditions of vast areas and was responsible for the present distribution of the angiospermous by:   An important factor in determining species rarity is the geographic distribution of species. Estimates were made of the level of endemism of the flora of two sites in the southern Bahian wet forest zone. Estimates were made for endemism in the Atlantic forest biome and for the much more restricted area of southern Bahia and northern Espi´rito Santo and are derived from analyses of the Cited by:

      The Pantanal: Brazil's Forgotten Wilderness Hardcover – Septem Yet this book is not just about flora and fauna, but the entire life of the Pantanal, including the people who live there, from the farmers who are eking out a poor living with their cattle, to the gold miners who are reaping riches by destroying the land, to the /5(8).   The Princess Flower is one of the dominant species in Brazil, predominately found in the tropical rainforests and warm temperate regions. It presents as a large woody shrub tree 3 meters in height, and portrays saucer-shaped flowers and a four-angled stem with reddish branches at an early stage of development, which later turns to soft green and becomes covered with beautiful : Joyce Chepkemoi.

      1. atmosphere. It's a big city, which was built for historical reasons to serve as defense of the Portuguese colony in South America. Thus, the architecture of the city mixes modern buildings, areas of relevance to history and a difficult transi. Climate and important cities in Bahia, Brazil incl. temperatures, humidity, Rain days, hours of sunshine, Water temperature The most important cities in the region of Bahia Bahia is a part of Brazil and has an east-west extension of about km. From north to south it is approximately km. The biggest cities are Salvador and Feira de.


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