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The Lake Victoria local fauna: a late pleistocene - Holocene fauna from Lake Victoria, southwestern New South Wales, Australia, Volume 1: Text

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posted on 13.05.2021, 01:52 by Larry Gene Marshall
The late Pleistocene - Holocene mammal fauna from
lunette deposits on the east side of Lake Victoria, New
South Wales, Australia is described. The fossil assemblage
is here named the Lake Victoria Local Fauna.
The lunette is of aeolian origin and the presence
of several well developed paleosols in the lunette indicates
that lunette formation occurred over a substantial period
of time, p,ossibly 40,000 yrs.

History

Campus location

Australia

Principal supervisor

James W. Warren

Year of Award

1973

Department, School or Centre

Department of Zoology

Course

Master of Science

Degree Type

Masters by research

Faculty

Faculty of Science

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