We show here the structure of a matrix-related database developed specifically for Late Pleistocene Mammals.
The database I created is organized using matrixes, which are reciprocally related to each other using common attributes. For this project, tables are organized as shown in the following schema in the pgAdmin GUI for PostgreSQL management system.
The webMAP has been uploaded into the Lizmap Web Client. Users can take advantage of its friendly interface, having an overview regarding the locations and the estimate ranges-of-influence of selected species.
The LP Mammal DB is a useful tool for both palaeontologists during excavations and field works, as well as for researchers dealing with other topics, i.e. zoologists and paleoarchaeologists, when they are searching for information about related faunas and the inferred environments.
Data are available on demand or as .pdf in the following list
- Paleogeographic data for Late Pleistocene Mammals
The name of species are released as cited in bibliography or in the original labels.
“id_publication” refers to the following list
- Paleogeographic publications (not filtered for Late Pleistocene only)
Any verifications or corrections? write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to cite: Ghezzo E. (2017). Late Pleistocene Mammals DB. Licensed under CC BY 4.0, retrieved <data> from http://www.paleogeographic.com.