Stat-tracks and mediotypes: powerful tools for modern ichnology based on 3D models

@inproceedings{Belvedere2018StattracksAM,
  title={Stat-tracks and mediotypes: powerful tools for modern ichnology based on 3D models},
  author={Matteo Belvedere and Matthew R Bennett and Daniel Marty and Marcin Budka and Sally Christine Reynolds and Rashid Bakirov},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2018}
}
Vertebrate tracks are subject to a wide distribution of morphological types. A single trackmaker may be associated with a range of tracks reflecting individual pedal anatomy and behavioural kinematics mediated through substrate properties which may vary both in space and time. Accordingly, the same trackmaker can leave substantially different morphotypes something which must be considered in creating ichnotaxa. In modern practice this is often captured by the collection of a series of 3D track… CONTINUE READING
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