LATE CRETACEOUS METHANE SEEPS AS HABITATS FOR NEWLY HATCHED AMMONITES

@article{Rowe2020LATECM,
  title={LATE CRETACEOUS METHANE SEEPS AS HABITATS FOR NEWLY HATCHED AMMONITES},
  author={Alison J. Rowe and N. Landman and J. Cochran and J. Witts and Matthew P. Garb},
  journal={Palaios},
  year={2020},
  volume={35},
  pages={151 - 163}
}
Abstract: Cold methane seeps were common in the Late Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway of North America. They provided a habitat for a diverse array of fauna including ammonites. Recent research has demonstrated that ammonites lived at these sites. However, it is still unknown if they hatched at the seeps or only arrived there later in ontogeny. To answer this question, we documented the abundance and size distribution of small specimens of Baculites and Hoploscaphites at eight seep sites in… Expand
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