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“This study opens an entirely new vista on an African region that, until now, was paleontologically empty,” says Sier, who is currently working on a project to investigate the influence of the orbital cycles on sediments in East Africa.
The present study is part of Paleo-Primate Project Gorongosa, an international scientific collaboration led by Dr. Susana Carvalho from the University of Oxford, whose objective is to protect the biodiversity and ecosystems of Gorongosa and promote development of the local community.
Sier participated in the archaeological surveys of the national park, in the teaching activities at the field school for students from Mozambique and the University of Oxford, and in the geochronological study of the sites at the CENIEH laboratories.
René Bobe et al, The first Miocene fossils from coastal woodlands in the southern East African Rift, iScience (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2023.107644
The first Miocene fossils from coastal woodlands in the southern East African Rift (2023, October 20)
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