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Journal of Creation 26(2):82
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Evaluating potential post-Flood boundaries with biostratigraphy—the Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary

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On-line supplementary information to: Ross, M., Evaluating potential post-Flood boundaries with biostratigraphy—the Pliocene/Pleistocene boundaryJournal of Creation 26(2):82–87, 2012.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Bovidae (cows, bison). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database

Figure 4. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Bovidae (cows, bison). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Figure 5. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Camelidae (camels). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Figure 5. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Camelidae (camels). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Figure 6. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Canidae (wolves, foxes). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Figure 6. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Canidae (wolves, foxes). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Felidae (cats).

Figure 7. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Felidae (cats). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Soricidae (shrews). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Figure 8. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Soricidae (shrews). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Talipdae (moles).

Figure 9. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Talipdae (moles). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Leporidae (rabbits).

Figure 10. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Leporidae (rabbits). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Equidae (horses). .

Figure 11. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Equidae (horses). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Rhioceratidae (rhinos).

Figure 12. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Rhioceratidae (rhinos). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Mammutidae (mammoths).

Figure 13. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Mammutidae (mammoths). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.

Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Gomphotheriidae (gomphotheres [extinct elephant-like animals).

Figure 14. Biostratigraphic distribution of the North American Gomphotheriidae (gomphotheres [extinct elephant-like animals). Figure produced and modified from the Paleobiology Database.


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