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First Hominoid from the Late Miocene of the Irrawaddy Formation (Myanmar)
(PLoS ONE, 2011)
For over a century, a Neogene fossil mammal fauna has been known in the Irrawaddy Formation in central Myanmar. Unfortunately, the lack of accurately located fossiliferous sites and the absence of hominoid fossils have ...
Late Visean to Gzhelian foraminiferal assemblages from the Paleo-Tethyan seamount-type carbonates in the Changning-Menglian Belt, westYunnan, southwest China
(34th International Geological Congress Unearthing our Past and Future — Resourcing Tomorrow, 2012)
The Changning-Menglian Belt of West Yunnan, Southwest China is known as a closed remnant of the Paleo-Tethys. Carboniferous to Permian carbonates of mid-oceanic seamount origin from the central part of this belt is studied ...
Neogene syn-tectonic sedimentation in the eastern margin of Arakan-Bengal basins, and its implications on for the Indian-Asian collision in western Myanmar
(Gondwana Research, 2014)
The Arakan Basin is one of the major sedimentary basins formed in the frontal part of the Himalayan orogenic belt since the Late Cenozoic. Defining one of the four major sedimentary basins of Myanmar, it is geomorphologically ...
1320525 Neogene Sedimentary Fringe, West of Indo-Burma Ranges in Western Myanmar: Some Evidences for Late Cenozoic Synorogenic Sedimentation in Himalayan-Bengal System
The Arakan Basin is one of the representative clastic basins formed in the frontal part of the Himalayan orogenic belt since the Late Cenozoic. Defining one of the four major sedimentary basins of Myanmar, it is ...