Sol Noetinger

Sol Noetinger
Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia"

PhD

About

47
Publications
8,601
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
320
Citations
Citations since 2016
20 Research Items
242 Citations
20162017201820192020202120220102030405060
20162017201820192020202120220102030405060
20162017201820192020202120220102030405060
20162017201820192020202120220102030405060
Additional affiliations
June 2012 - present
Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia"
Position
  • Researcher

Publications

Publications (47)
Article
Full-text available
Until the beginning of the twentieth century there were extensive subtropical seasonal thorny forests surrounding the Pampas grasslands of Argentina, known as the ‘Espinal’. In central Argentina there still exist relicts of the Espinal, belonging to the ‘Entrerrianense District’. These forests were never described or analyzed in detail. In 2004 we...
Article
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Euphyllophytes, a clade including living ferns, horsetails, and seed plants, have a rich fossil record going back to the Early Devonian. The euphyllophyte spore wall has a complex structure, the evolutionary origins of which are incompletely understood. Psilophyton is the best-characterized basal euphyllophyte genus; thus, dat...
Article
This investigation documents the first palynoassemblage spanning the Middle-Upper Devonian from four outcropping sections located in northwestern Argentina. The recovered material includes fairly well-preserved palynomorphs, both from marine and continental origin, including acritarchs, prasinophytes, cryptospores, spores and chlorophytes. In two o...
Article
The breakup of Gondwana and the associated climatic changes led to the fragmentation of floras that were once connected across the Southern lands. The diversity of the Gondwanan remnants has long been assumed to have fluctuated in Patagonia across the Cenozoic, although it has never been quantified so far. Here we address when the major floristic m...
Article
The Beartooth Butte Formation hosts the most extensive Early Devonian macroflora of western North America. The age of the flora at Cottonwood Canyon (Wyoming) has been constrained to the Lochkovian–Pragian interval, based on fish biostratigraphy and unpublished palynological data. We present a detailed palynological analysis of the plant-bearing la...
Article
Eocene paleofloras of Patagonia are diverse and increasingly known. A new assemblage of fossil wood has been recovered from Eocene sediments in Corcovado, western Argentinean Patagonia. The lithological succession (formerly Arroyo Lyn Formation sensu Pesce 1979) is correlated with the Huitrera Formation. The specimens were mostly found embedded in...
Article
Full-text available
We present the palynoflora recovered from the Pescado Formation in the Subandean Range, Salta Province, Argentina. The palynological assemblage comprises well-preserved marine and terrestrial palynomorphs, including cryptospores (one species), trilete spores (16 species), acritarchs (six species), prasinophytes (three species), and chlorophytes (th...
Article
Full-text available
UV-curable acrylates are used as an easy, economic and rapid mounting media to mount palynological samples. The aqueous palynological residue is dehydrated with ethanol in order to be set in UV-curable acrylates such as Trabasil ® NR2 and Acrysoft ® urethane acrylates. These mounting medias have advantages over other ones: specimens remain in fixed...
Article
Full-text available
UV-curable acrylates are used as an easy, economic and rapid mounting media to mount palynological samples. The aqueous palynological residue is dehydrated with ethanol in order to be set in UV-curable acrylates such as Trabasil ® NR2 and Acrysoft ® urethane acrylates. These mounting medias have advantages over other ones: specimens remain in fixed...
Article
The knowledge of palynomorphs, inclu-ding acritarchs, chitinozoan, prasinophytes, cryptospores, trilete spores and associated forms within the Paleozoic of the Zenta Range (Eastern Range of Argentina) display a significant increase in recent years. This increment in the studies comprises temporal distribution, composition of assemblages, relationsh...
Article
Full-text available
The knowledge of palynomorphs, including acritarchs, chitinozoan, prasinophytes, cryptospores, trilete spores and associated forms within the Paleozoic of the Zenta Range (Eastern Range of Argentina) display a significant increase in recent years. This increment in the studies comprises temporal distribution, composition of assemblages, relationshi...
Article
Full-text available
The Devonian System in northern Argentina has been broadly analysed, but details of its lithologies, biostratigraphy and fossil content have not been presented in a comprehensive study. We performed the first integrative analysis of the palynological and macrofossil content from the Pescado Formation at the Zenta Range, Argentina. We define a new s...
Article
Implications of a new collection of lycophytes of the genera Haplostigma Seward and Paleostigma Kräusel and Dolianiti from southern Bolivia and northern Argentina are presented. Fragmented herbaceous stems of lycophytes preserved as compressions, impressions and casts come from the Middle and Late Devonian Pescado (Huamampampa), Los Monos and Iquir...
Article
Devonian deposits in northwestern Argentina were historically studied with stratigraphical purposes, since these layers conform the source rocks of the producing basins of the region. A fairly well preserved palynomorph assemblage, from the Tonono Formation, provides an opportunity to perform the first quantitative analysis to study the evolution o...
Article
Full-text available
New palynological information recovered from cutting and core samples from the Puesto El Tigre x-1 well in northwestern Argentina is presented. The studied interval corresponds to the Copo, Caburé and Rincón formations. The assemblage comprises 41 spore and cryptospore species, 27 species of acritarchs together with prasinophycean and chlorophycean...
Article
Full-text available
The palynological analysis of the 2548-3628 m interval of the San Antonio x-1 Borehole in northwestern Argentina is presented. The illustrated palynoflora is composed of 96 species represented by diverse palynological groups such as trilete spores and cryptospores (46 species), microplankton (39 species), chitinozoans (7 species), scolecodonts, and...
Article
Full-text available
The surveyed microflora was recovered from six cores from the Tonono x-1 well in northwestern Argentina. Most of the studied interval corresponds to the Tonono Formation, i.e., the upper part to the Jollín Member and the basal part of the interval may be related to the Michicola Formation. The microflora totals 73 species represented by trilete spo...
Article
Full-text available
This study presents the first Devonian palynological record in the Zenta Range in Eastern Cordillera. Argentina. Two associations were recognized on the basis of differences in palynomorphs and palynofacies. The palynoassemblage AL1, from the lower part of the outcrop, is characterized by chitinozoans, such as Cingulochaitina sp. cf. C. serrata and...
Article
Full-text available
The study of microfloras and megafloras from western Argentina and southern Bolivia presented here extends our knowledge of the biodiversity and succession of floristic events during the Middle Devonian, and hence improves the current biostratigraphy. Among floral remains, species attributable to 'Haplostigma' are mostly recorded from the same Gran...
Article
Full-text available
New information on plants and palynomorphs from Angosto de Alarache, South Bolivia, is presented. The plant remains appear at the base of the section. Dichotomizing sterile forms are assigned to Hostinella sp. and scarce stems terminated in spherical structures are interpreted as indetermined sporangia. The palynological association 1 recovered fro...
Article
Full-text available
El Espinal puede considerarse un ecotono o región de transición entre las provincias fitogeográficas de la Estepa Pampeana, el Chaco y el Monte. Se distinguen varios distritos dentro de la Provincia del Espinal. El mejor definido se ubica al sur de su extensión, en lo que Cabrera (1953) denominó 'Distrito del Caldén', ya que es precisamente el 'cal...

Network

Cited By

Projects

Project (1)
Project
Devonian-Permian palynostratigraphy of Bolivia and related areas Carboniferous-Permian of western Argentina Devonian-Carboniferous of Montana (USA) Cretaceous-Paleogene of northern Patagonia and Antarctica Holocene of Entre Ríos (Argentina) For more projects see recent abstracts