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INFLUENCE OF SPATIOTEMPORAL SCALE ON THE INTERPRETATION OF PALEOCOMMUNITY STRUCTURE: LATERAL VARIATION IN THE IMPERIAL FORMATION OF CALIFORNIA
Abstract Numerous paleocommunity studies of marine ecosystems have demonstrated that water depth was the primary factor structuring paleocommunities. In contrast, many ecological studies find otherExpand
NEW LATE CRETACEOUS LOBSTERS FROM THE KYZYLKUM DESERT OF UZBEKISTAN
Abstract Description of two new species of macruran decapod crustaceans, Hoploparia uzbekensis and Linuparus dzheirantuiensis, from Late Cretaceous rocks in the Kyzylkum Desert, Uzbekistan,Expand
Multivariate Faunal Analyses of the Turonian Bissekty Formation: Variation in the Degree of Marine Influence in Temporally and Spatially Averaged Fossil Assemblages
Abstract The Bissekty Formation, exposed on the Dzharakuduk escarpment (Kyzylkum Desert) in Uzbekistan, contains the richest and most abundant Turonian terrestrial fauna known from Eurasia. ThisExpand
A new species of the basal plesiadapiform Purgatorius (Mammalia, Primates) from the early Paleocene Ravenscrag Formation, Cypress Hills, southwest Saskatchewan, Canada: further taxonomic and dietary
The fossil record of the earliest primates, purgatoriid plesiadapiforms, has become increasingly well documented during the past two decades, but their dietary preferences remain poorly understood.Expand
The hopping dead: Late Cretaceous frogs from the middle – late Campanian (Judithian) of western North America
Abstract The Mesozoic record for anurans (i.e., crown-clade frogs) in North America extends from the Early Jurassic to terminal Cretaceous. Here we review the record for middle – late Campanian (=Expand
Geological setting of vertebrate microfossil localities across the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary in southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada
The Frenchman and Ravenscrag formations of southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada, record an apparently continuous sequence of nonmarine clastic sediments across the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) boundary.Expand
Utilizing vertebrates to understand the factors that influence terrestrial ecosystem structure
Utilizing Vertebrates to Understand the Factors that Influence Terrestrial Ecosystem Structure. (May 2012) Cory Martin Redman, B.S., University of Wyoming; M.S., San Diego State University Chair ofExpand