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thebiogeographicalrelictphenomenonofextantlandvertebratesatthespecieslevelhasbeenconsideredinrelationtoclimaticchangessincethequaternarythreemajorrelicpatternsoccurringinchinahavebeenillustratedtheresultsseemlyarenot
Zhang Rongzu
2004
Source Publication动物学报
ISSN1674-5507
Volume050Issue:005Pages:841
Abstract在第四纪冰期中,中国东部地区是否发生过冰川,长期存在争议。中国东部地区冰川说的创始人李四光教授在提出该学说时,从古生物方面未得到冰期生物群的证据。现存生物种的地理残留现象可反映地质历史时期的气候变化。本文作者依据中国陆生脊椎动物的北方残留、热带-亚热带残留、温带湿润带残留等现象,推断:(1)在冰期的冷期中喜暖动物南迁时,中国东部地区是一避难地;(2)在中国东部地区未见有典型冰川残留种的存在;(3)一些湿润种的间断残留分布与中国北方黄土及干旱气候的发展有密切的关系。此结论似不支持中国东部冰川说动物学报50(5):841—851,2004。
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/116435
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Affiliation中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
First Author Affilication中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
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Zhang Rongzu. thebiogeographicalrelictphenomenonofextantlandvertebratesatthespecieslevelhasbeenconsideredinrelationtoclimaticchangessincethequaternarythreemajorrelicpatternsoccurringinchinahavebeenillustratedtheresultsseemlyarenot[J]. 动物学报,2004,050(005):841.
APA Zhang Rongzu.(2004).thebiogeographicalrelictphenomenonofextantlandvertebratesatthespecieslevelhasbeenconsideredinrelationtoclimaticchangessincethequaternarythreemajorrelicpatternsoccurringinchinahavebeenillustratedtheresultsseemlyarenot.动物学报,050(005),841.
MLA Zhang Rongzu."thebiogeographicalrelictphenomenonofextantlandvertebratesatthespecieslevelhasbeenconsideredinrelationtoclimaticchangessincethequaternarythreemajorrelicpatternsoccurringinchinahavebeenillustratedtheresultsseemlyarenot".动物学报 050.005(2004):841.
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