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The sauropodomorph biostratigraphy of the Elliot Formation of southern Africa: Tracking the evolution of Sauropodomorpha across the Triassic–Jurassic boundary
The latest Triassic is notable for coinciding with the dramatic decline of many previously dominant groups, followed by the rapid radiation of Dinosauria in the Early Jurassic. Among the most commonExpand
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New theropod remains from the Tiourarén Formation (?Middle Jurassic, Niger) and their bearing on the dental evolution in basal tetanurans
Abstract A fragment of a maxilla and isolated theropod teeth from the (?) Middle Jurassic Tiouraren Formation are described. The specimens come from Tadibene, in the rural community of Aderbissinat,Expand
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First Lower Jurassic vertebrate burrow from southern Africa (upper Elliot Formation, Karoo Basin, South Africa)
Abstract Vertebrate burrows are common ichnofossils in the Permo-Triassic of the main Karoo Basin in South Africa. They are generally attributable to one of several lineages of therapsid, includingExpand
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Isolated Theropod Teeth from the Middle Jurassic of Niger and the Early Dental Evolution of Spinosauridae
Four isolated theropod teeth from the ?Bathonian “Argiles de l'Irhazer” in Niger are described. The teeth were found in association with the holotype of the basal sauropod SpinophorosaurusExpand
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Magnetostratigraphy across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary in the main Karoo Basin
Abstract The end-Triassic mass extinction and the transition and explosive diversification of fauna over the Triassic-Jurassic boundary is poorly understood and poorly represented in the rock recordExpand
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Permian-Triassic vertebrate footprints from South Africa: Ichnotaxonomy, producers and biostratigraphy through two major faunal crises
Abstract The fossil record of mid to late Permian terrestrial vertebrates in the South African Karoo Basin is regarded as the most abundant and diverse in the world. Despite the extensive research onExpand
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Fluctuations in Miocene climate and sea levels along the southwestern South African coast: inferences from biogeochemistry, palynology and sedimentology
Palaeontological Scientific Trust NRF/DST Centre of Excellence in Palaeosciences South African National Research Foundation African Origins Platform/West Coast Fossil Park initiative (NRF AOP/WCFP)Expand
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Scampering, trotting, walking tridactyl bipedal dinosaurs in southern Africa: ichnological account of a Lower Jurassic palaeosurface (upper Elliot Formation, Roma Valley) in Lesotho
Abstract In Gondwana, Early Jurassic dinosaur track sites are especially concentrated in Lesotho. Despite intensive investigations during the third quarter of the twentieth century, a limited numberExpand
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Palaeoclimatic conditions in the Late Triassic-Early Jurassic of southern Africa: A geochemical assessment of the Elliot Formation
Abstract The Triassic-Jurassic boundary marks a global faunal turnover event that is generally considered as the third largest of five major biological crises in the Phanerozoic geological record ofExpand
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Miocene climate and vegetation changes in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa: Evidence from biogeochemistry and palynology
Organic material from the Noordhoek area on the western margin of the Cape Peninsula, South Africa, was obtained from a ~ 50 m-long drill-core dominated by fluvio-lacustrine siliciclastic sediments.Expand
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