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Maastrichtian to early Tertiary stratigraphy and palaeogeography of the Central and Northern Oman Mountains
Abstract Maastrichtian to Tertiary sedimentary rocks outcrop extensively around the periphery of the Oman Mountains. They form part of a geologically distinct suite of strata deposited afterExpand
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The Cretaceous World
Preface Part I. Survey of the Cretaceous World: 1. Introduction to the Cretaceous 2. The mobile palaeogeographical framework 3. Fluctuating sea-level 4. Changing climate and biota 5. Changing climateExpand
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A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)
Preface This classification summarizes the suprageneric taxonomy of the Bivalvia for the upcoming revision of the Bivalvia volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N.
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Rudists as gregarious sediment-dwellers, not reef-builders, on cretaceous carbonate platforms
Abstract It has sometimes been claimed that rudist bivalves competitively displaced corals from reef frameworks during the Cretaceous. This hypothesis combines two assertions: (1) that the autecologyExpand
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Rudists and carbonate platforms in the Aptian: a case study on biotic interactions with ocean chemistry and climate
Variations in Aptian carbonate platform growth and associated turnover among rudists are reviewed and the results synthesized with evidence for climate change to yield an explanatory model. ExtensiveExpand
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Corals to rudists—an environmentally induced assemblage succession
Abstract Corals and rudist bivalves commonly coexisted on the shallow carbonate platforms of the Cretaceous Tethyan Realm. Usually, the carbonate platforms show lateral and vertical biotic zonations.Expand
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Stratigraphy, composition and age of Cuban rudist-bearing deposits
Reinaldo Rojasl, Manuel IturraldeVinentl and Peter W. Skelton2 Along the NE flank of Cuba, parts of the Bahamian carbonate platform are exposed, while in the central part of the island a CretaceousExpand
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Evolution MegaLab: a case study in citizen science methods
We planned and executed the Evolution MegaLab, one of the largest surveys of polymorphism in wild species so far undertaken. Expand
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Rudist classification for the revised Bivalvia volumes of the 'Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology'
An updated phylogenetic classification of rudist bivalves is proposed for the revised Bivalvia volumes of the 'Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology'. Already formalised as Order Hippuritida Newell,Expand
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Evolution : a biological and palaeontological approach
I. MICROEVOLUTION 1. Introduction to Evolution 2. Adaptation 3. Heredity and Variation 4. Natural Selection 5. Reproductive Patterns 6. The Focus of Selection 7. Sexual Selection and Mating SystemsExpand
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