His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Ecology, Cenozoic, Central American Seaway and Palynology. His study in Paleontology concentrates on Structural basin, Sedimentary rock, Late Miocene, Fluvial and Sedimentary basin. As a part of the same scientific study, Carlos Jaramillo usually deals with the Ecology, concentrating on Biological dispersal and frequently concerns with Biogeography and Phylogeography.
His Cenozoic study combines topics in areas such as Tropical climate, Foraminifera, Mesozoic, Global temperature and Fauna. His research in Central American Seaway intersects with topics in Debris, Orocline, Magmatism, Panama and Zircon. His Palynology research incorporates themes from Climatology, Facies and Spore.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Ecology, Neogene, Palynology and Cenozoic. His work is dedicated to discovering how Paleontology, Panama are connected with Central American Seaway and other disciplines. His work on Extinction expands to the thematically related Ecology.
His work deals with themes such as Fauna, Physical geography and Peninsula, which intersect with Neogene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Foothills and Amazon rainforest. His Cretaceous research integrates issues from Canopy and Pollen.
Carlos Jaramillo mainly investigates Ecology, Paleontology, Neogene, Palynology and Rainforest. His studies in Ecology integrate themes in fields like Clade and Extinction. He has included themes like Species richness and Functional diversity in his Extinction study.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Amazon rainforest and Paleontology. The various areas that Carlos Jaramillo examines in his Neogene study include Foraminifera, Peninsula, Ecosystem, Biome and Physical geography. His Rainforest research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Insect, Leaf damage and Fossil Record.
Carlos Jaramillo focuses on Neogene, Ecology, Biome, Palynology and Rainforest. Carlos Jaramillo combines subjects such as Geochemistry, Outcrop, Carbonate rock and Carbonate platform with his study of Neogene. His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Clade and Pleistocene.
His Palynology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Peninsula, Dry forest, Physical geography and Vegetation. His Biogeography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biodiversity hotspot, Biodiversity, Macroevolution, Amazon rainforest and Floristics. His Amazon rainforest research includes themes of Sedimentary rock and Paleontology.
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Amazonia Through Time: Andean Uplift, Climate Change, Landscape Evolution, and Biodiversity
C. Hoorn;F. P. Wesselingh;H. ter Steege;M. A. Bermudez.
Middle Miocene closure of the Central American Seaway
C. Montes;A. Cardona;Carlos A. Jaramillo;A. Pardo.
Biological evidence supports an early and complex emergence of the Isthmus of Panama
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Sensitivity of leaf size and shape to climate: Global patterns and paleoclimatic applications
Daniel J. Peppe;Daniel J. Peppe;Dana L. Royer;Bárbara Cariglino;Sofia Y. Oliver.
New Phytologist (2011)
Cenozoic Plant Diversity in the Neotropics
Carlos Alberto Jaramillo;Carlos Alberto Jaramillo;Carlos Alberto Jaramillo;Milton J. Rueda;Milton J. Rueda;Milton J. Rueda;German Mora;German Mora;German Mora.
Explosive Radiation of Malpighiales Supports a Mid‐Cretaceous Origin of Modern Tropical Rain Forests
Charles C. Davis;Campbell O. Webb;Kenneth J. Wurdack;Carlos A. Jaramillo.
The American Naturalist (2005)
The Late Miocene paleogeography of the Amazon Basin and the evolution of the Amazon River system
Edgardo Manuel Latrubesse;Mario Cozzuol;Silane A.F. da Silva-Caminha;Catherine A. Rigsby.
Earth-Science Reviews (2010)
Evidence for middle Eocene and younger land emergence in central Panama: Implications for Isthmus closure
Camilo Montes;Camilo Montes;A. Cardona;A. Cardona;R. McFadden;S.E. Morón.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2012)
Fracturing of the Panamanian Isthmus during initial collision with South America
David W. Farris;Carlos Jaramillo;German Bayona;Sergio A. Restrepo-Moreno;Sergio A. Restrepo-Moreno.
Middle Eocene rodents from Peruvian Amazonia reveal the pattern and timing of caviomorph origins and biogeography
Pierre Olivier Antoine;Laurent Marivaux;Darin A. Croft;Guillaume Billet.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
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