Carina Hoorn
Carina Hoorn
Associate Professor of Palynology, Paleoecology, Paleobiogeography, University of Amsterdam
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Amazonia through time: Andean uplift, climate change, landscape evolution, and biodiversity
C Hoorn, FP Wesselingh, H Ter Steege, MA Bermudez, A Mora, J Sevink, ...
science 330 (6006), 927-931, 2010
Andean tectonics as a cause for changing drainage patterns in Miocene northern South America
C Hoorn, J Guerrero, GA Sarmiento, MA Lorente
Geology 23 (3), 237-240, 1995
Geological and climatic influences on mountain biodiversity
A Antonelli, WD Kissling, SGA Flantua, MA Bermúdez, A Mulch, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (10), 718-725, 2018
Marine incursions and the influence of Andean tectonics on the Miocene depositional history of northwestern Amazonia: results of a palynostratigraphic study
C Hoorn
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 105 (3-4), 267-309, 1993
Late Miocene onset of the Amazon River and the Amazon deep-sea fan: Evidence from the Foz do Amazonas Basin
J Figueiredo, C Hoorn, P Van der Ven, E Soares
Geology 37 (7), 619-622, 2009
An environmental reconstruction of the palaeo-Amazon river system (Middle–Late Miocene, NW Amazonia)
C Hoorn
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 112 (3-4), 187-238, 1994
Why mountains matter for biodiversity
A Perrigo, C Hoorn, A Antonelli
Journal of Biogeography 47 (2), 315-325, 2020
Amazonia: landscape and species evolution: a look into the past
C Hoorn, F Wesselingh
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Tibetan uplift prior to the Eocene-Oligocene climate transition: Evidence from pollen analysis of the Xining Basin
G Dupont-Nivet, C Hoorn, M Konert
Geology 36 (12), 987-990, 2008
Biodiversity from mountain building
C Hoorn, V Mosbrugger, A Mulch, A Antonelli
Nature Geoscience 6 (3), 154-154, 2013
Fluvial palaeoenvironments in the intracratonic Amazonas Basin (early Miocene-early middle Miocene, Colombia)
C Hoorn
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 109 (1), 1-54, 1994
The Amazon at sea: Onset and stages of the Amazon River from a marine record, with special reference to Neogene plant turnover in the drainage basin
C Hoorn, GR Bogotá-A, M Romero-Baez, EI Lammertsma, SGA Flantua, ...
Global and Planetary Change 153, 51-65, 2017
The development of the amazonian mega-wetland (Miocene; Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia)
C Hoorn, FP Wesselingh, J Hovikoski, J Guerrero
Amazonia, landscape and species evolution: a look into the past 123, 142, 2010
Palynological evidence for vegetation development and climatic change in the Sub-Himalayan Zone (Neogene, Central Nepal)
C Hoorn, T Ohja, J Quade
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 163 (3-4), 133-161, 2000
The changing course of the Amazon River in the Neogene: center stage for Neotropical diversification
JS Albert, P Val, C Hoorn
Neotropical Ichthyology 16, e180033, 2018
Cenozoic sedimentary evolution of the Amazonian foreland basin system
M Roddaz, W Hermoza, A Mora, P Baby, M Parra, F Christophoul, ...
Amazonia, landscape and species evolution: a look into the past 5, 61-88, 2010
Aridification in continental Asia after the middle Eocene climatic optimum (MECO)
RE Bosboom, HA Abels, C Hoorn, BCJ van den Berg, ZJ Guo, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 389, 34-42, 2014
Conceptual and empirical advances in Neotropical biodiversity research
A Antonelli, M Ariza, J Albert, T Andermann, J Azevedo, C Bacon, ...
PeerJ 6, e5644, 2018
A late Eocene palynological record of climate change and Tibetan Plateau uplift (Xining Basin, China)
C Hoorn, J Straathof, HA Abels, Y Xu, T Utescher, G Dupont-Nivet
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 344, 16-38, 2012
Mountains, climate and biodiversity
C Hoorn, A Perrigo, A Antonelli
John Wiley & Sons, 2018
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