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Neogene Mammal Sites in Molina de Aragón (Guadalajara, Spain): Correlation to Other Karstic Sites of the Iberian Chain, and their Geoheritage Values

AuthorsMorales, Jorge ; Peláez-Campomanes, Pablo ; Pérez, Patricia; Alberdi, María Teresa ; Azanza, Beatriz; Pickford, Martin; Ríos, María; Sanisidro, Óscar ; Alcalde Rincón, Gema María ; Cantalapiedra, Juan L. ; Fraile, Susana ; García Yelo, Blanca A. ; Gómez Cano, Ana R. ; Hernández-Ballarín, Verónica ; Oliver Pérez, Adriana ; Cantero, Enrique; Valenciano, Alberto ; Montoya, Plinio
KeywordsIberian Chain
Tagus Basin
Issue DateSep-2018
CitationGeoheritage 10(3): 353–362 (2018)
AbstractCorral de Lobato, a karstic site in the area of Molina de Aragón has been studied in a preliminary way. Even though there are not many Neogene karstic sites in the Iberian Chain, they occur in four clusters, with ages ranging from latest middle Miocene (MN7/8) to early Pleistocene (MN17). Correlations between these clusters and the reference stratigraphical units of the Tagus Basin, as well as with local and global events, are proposed. These karstic sites provide a complementary source of fossil vertebrate remains to that of the stratified sites formed lowland. The Heritage significance of such sites arises from the enhanced preservation of rare taxa or associations, and the operation of biotic concentrative processes.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/s12371-018-0294-z
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