Upper Eocene flora of Hordle, Hants by Marjorie Elizabeth Jane Chandler

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  • Paleobotany -- Eocene,
  • Paleobotany -- England -- Hampshire

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Issued as parts of v. 77, 78

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Statementby Miss Marjorie E. J. Chandler
SeriesPaleontographical Society, London. Monographs -- 360, 363, Palaeontographical Society monographs -- no. 360, 363
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Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL14618130M

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Hordle Cliff consists of relatively soft, sand and clay cliffs of fossiliferous Upper Eocene strata on the English Channel coast of the south of England. They contain the well-preserved remains of turtles, crocodiles, mammals and Swamp-Cypress trees, that lived about 40 million years ago in a formerly warmer climate.

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