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THE ELASMOSAURID PLESIOSAUR ARISTONECTES CABRERA FROM THE LATEST CRETACEOUS OF SOUTH AMERICA AND ANTARCTICA
Abstract Aristonectes parvidens Cabrera, 1941, and Morturneria seymourensis (Chatterjee and Small, 1989), two plesiosaurs from the Maastrichtian of South America and Antarctica whose phylogeneticalExpand
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THE FIRST DUCK-BILLED DINOSAUR (FAMILY HADROSAURIDAE) FROM ANTARCTICA
Department of Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside, California 92521Duck-billed dinosaurs or hadrosaurs are a very common family ofdinosaurs in the Late Cretaceous of North America andExpand
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Paleoenvironmental interpretations of rare earth element signatures in mosasaurs (reptilia) from the upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale, central South Dakota, USA
Abstract Rare earth elements were analyzed from fossil marine reptile (Mosasauridae) bones collected from five superposed members (Sharon Springs, Gregory, Crow Creek, DeGrey, and Verendrye) of theExpand
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Plionarctos, a tremarctine bear (Ursidae: Carnivora) from western North America
Abstract The Pliocene Ringold Formation of eastern Washington has yielded important new materials of tremarctine bears of the anagenetic Plionarctos lineage. The genus is reviewed in light of thisExpand
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Palaeobiological significance of high-latitude Late Cretaceous vertebrate fossils from the James Ross Basin, Antarctica
Abstract A diverse marine assemblage of vertebrate fossils has been collected in recent years under the auspices of the British Antarctic Survey from Seymour, James Ross and Vega islands east of theExpand
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Rapid, single-subject genotyping to predict red blood cell antigen expression.
Genotyping is useful to predict the expression of those RBC antigens for which antisera are difficult to obtain and to determine the probable phenotype of highly transfused patients, and it can beExpand
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Fundamentals of Vibration Sensing with Distributed Fibre Optic Sensors through Downscaled Experiments
In the past few years the Distributed Vibration Sensing of fibre optic sensors (also called Distributed Acoustic Sensing) has gained great interest in geophysics, despite the fundamentals of theExpand
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Shear wave elastography of cetacean tissues.
An ultrasound‐based elastography system is being developed to noninvasively measure the complex shear speed in cetacean head tissues, including brain, jaw fat, and melon. The system instrumentationExpand