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Geochemistry of modern brachiopods: applications and implications for oceanography and paleoceanography
Abstract Modern Rhynchonellida, Terebratulida, Thecideida and a few inarticulated brachiopods were collected live or soon after death at 30 locations from depths of 2–3940 m, from the equator to highExpand
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THE NATURE OF MAUISAURUS HAASTI HECTOR, 1874 (REPTILIA: PLESIOSAURIA)
Abstract A newly prepared elasmosaurid plesiosaur specimen, from the Haumurian (Upper Cretaceous) Conway Formation of North Canterbury, is more complete than any found previously in New Zealand. TheExpand
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Morphologic and Ontogenetic Patterns in Elasmosaur Neck Length, with Comments on the Taxonomic Utility of Neck Length Variables
Elasmosaur cervical vertebrae are common fossils, but their taxonomic utility is limited due to a lack of understanding concerning their shape within and among taxa. In this paper, we analyze dataExpand
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Permo-Triassic fluvial systems in the southeastern Karoo Basin, South Africa
Abstract A prominent clastic wedge of latest Permian to early Triassic age (Katberg Sandstone) prograded northwestwards into the main Karoo Basin from a southerly source area as a sedimentaryExpand
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New placoderm fishes from the Late Devonian of South Africa
ABSTRACT New placoderm fishes are described from a black shale lens in the Famennian Witpoort Formation, near Grahamstown, South Africa. Arthrodires include a new species of Groenlandaspis, G.Expand
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AN EARLY CENOZOIC NEOSELACHIAN SHARK FAUNA FROM THE SOUTHWEST PACIFIC
Abstract:  An early Cenozoic shark fauna, comprising at least 16 taxa, is described from Paleocene sedimentary rocks on the South Island of New Zealand. Although representing a remote SouthernExpand
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Benthic Communities in the South African Devonian
Abstract The Lower Devonian clastic Bokkeveld Group of South Africa likely resulted from the vertical stacking of a number of wave dominated deltaic complexes. Concentrating on the lowermost of theseExpand
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Alexandronectes zealandiensis gen. et sp. nov., A New Aristonectine Plesiosaur from the Lower Maastrichtian of New Zealand
ABSTRACT A fragmentary plesiosaur skull from lower Maastrichtian levels of the Conway Formation, New Zealand, is redescribed. Originally regarded as pertaining to two separate individuals, we argueExpand
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