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Taphonomy, the understanding of fossilization processes
mhornДата: Sunday, 04.01.2009, 15:31 | Сообщение # 1
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Temporal free access to special issue of Geobios (Volume 41, Issue 1, Pages 1-182, January-February 2008): Taphonomy, the understanding of fossilization processes in paleontology and archeology

link to this issue: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science....1f413f3

Table of contents:
1. Taphonomy, the understanding of fossilization processes in paleontology and archeology
2. Distinction between fill channels and abrasion furrows on ammonoid internal moulds
3. The infaunal echinoid Micraster: Taphonomic pathways indicated by sclerozoan trace and body fossils from the Upper Cretaceous of northern Spain
4. Taphonomy of fossil macro-invertebrate assemblages as a tool for ecostratigraphic interpretation in Upper Jurassic shelf deposits (Prebetic Zone, southern Spain)
5. Bioerosion versus colonisation on Bivalvia: A case study from the Upper Miocene of Cacela (southeast Portugal)
6. Tafonomía de bivalvos holocenos en la costa del estuario de Bahía Blanca, Argentina
7. Taphonomy and palaeopathology in archaeozoology
8. Faunal and taphonomic analyses of a Late Pleistocene bird-bone assemblage from a cave deposit in north-west Hungary
9. Taphonomic study of leporid remains accumulated by the Spanish Imperial Eagle (Aquila adalberti)
10. La acción tafonómica de mamíferos carnívoros en el sitio arqueológico Inca Cueva-cueva 4, borde oriental de la Puna argentina
11. Propiedades tafonómicas de las asociaciones óseas de pinnípedos en la costa atlántica de la Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
12. Los pumas (Puma concolor) como agentes tafonómicos. Análisis actualístico de un sitio de matanza en los Andes de Mendoza, Argentina
13. Vertebrate taphonomy in loess-palaeosol deposits: A case study from the late Miocene of central Argentina
14. Biostratigraphy and biochronology of the Late Miocene of central Argentina: Evidence from rodents and taphonomy
15. Experimental taphonomy in museums: Preparation protocols for skeletons and fossil vertebrates under the scanning electron microscopy


Middle Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous ammonites & aptychi
 
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