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A BRIEF REVIEW OF POPULUS FOSSILS FROM THE TIBETAN PLATEAU
Alternative TitleA BRIEF REVIEW OF POPULUS FOSSILS FROM THE TIBETAN PLATEAU
Shi GL(史恭乐)1; Ai KK(艾可可)2; Song BW(宋博文)3; Zhang KX(张克信)3
2019
Source PublicationActa Palaeontologica Sinica
ISSN0001-6616
Volume58Issue:3Pages:415-423
AbstractPopulus L. is an ecologically important tree genus in the Northern Hemisphere temperate forest. In this paper we summarize the Populus fossil records from the Paleogene and Neogene of the Tibetan Plateau with updated stratigraphic and chronological data. Fossil evidence shows that Populus first occurred in the plateau in the latest Eocene. The genus is well-documented in the southern and northern Tibetan Plateau in the Oligocene and Miocene, but lacking in the central plateau. Most of the fossil floras in the Tibetan Plateau containing Populus are temperate, deciduous and broadleaved, riparian vegetation, further confirming that the genus had favored a temperate and riparian environment in their early evolutionary history. Besides, the high diversity and prominent dominance of Populus in early Oligocene flora in the northern Tibetan Plateau suggests this region had played an important role in the early diversification stage of Populus.
Other AbstractPopulus L. is an ecologically important tree genus in the Northern Hemisphere temperate forest. In this paper we summarize the Populus fossil records from the Paleogene and Neogene of the Tibetan Plateau with updated stratigraphic and chronological data. Fossil evidence shows that Populus first occurred in the plateau in the latest Eocene. The genus is well-documented in the southern and northern Tibetan Plateau in the Oligocene and Miocene, but lacking in the central plateau. Most of the fossil floras in the Tibetan Plateau containing Populus are temperate, deciduous and broadleaved, riparian vegetation, further confirming that the genus had favored a temperate and riparian environment in their early evolutionary history. Besides, the high diversity and prominent dominance of Populus in early Oligocene flora in the northern Tibetan Plateau suggests this region had played an important role in the early diversification stage of Populus.
Keyword杨属 叶化石 青藏高原 渐新世 中新世 温带森林 Populus leaf fossil Tibetan Plateau Oligocene Miocene temperate forest
Indexed ByCSCD
Language英语
CSCD IDCSCD:6601322
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nigpas.ac.cn/handle/332004/38951
Collection中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所
2.绵阳师范学院
3.中国地质大学
First Author Affilication中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所
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Shi GL,Ai KK,Song BW,et al. A BRIEF REVIEW OF POPULUS FOSSILS FROM THE TIBETAN PLATEAU[J]. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica,2019,58(3):415-423.
APA 史恭乐,艾可可,宋博文,&张克信.(2019).A BRIEF REVIEW OF POPULUS FOSSILS FROM THE TIBETAN PLATEAU.Acta Palaeontologica Sinica,58(3),415-423.
MLA 史恭乐,et al."A BRIEF REVIEW OF POPULUS FOSSILS FROM THE TIBETAN PLATEAU".Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 58.3(2019):415-423.
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