This volume delves into a spectrum of theoretical as well as applied aspects of high-resolution stratigraphic approaches in paleontology. It explores how increasingly detailed knowledge of the fossil record can enhance our understanding of the evolution of life on Earth and also allows geoscientists to address a broad range of important evolutionary and environmental questions in this arena.
Chapter 1: The Limits of Paleontological Resolution; M. Kowalewski, R.K. Bambach.Chapter 2: Best-Fit Intervals and Consensus Sequences: Comparison of the Resolving Power of Traditional Biostratigraphy and Computer-Assisted Correlation; P.M. Sadler, R.A. Cooper.Chapter 3: Combining Stratigraphic Sections and Museum Collections to Increase Biostratigraphic Resolution: Comparison of the Resolving Power of Traditional Biostratigraphy and Computer-Assisted Correlation; M. Webster, P.M. Sadler, M.A. Kooser, E. Fowler.Chapter 4: Zoophycos, Systematic Stratigraphic Leaking, and Lamella Stratigraphy: Do Some Spreiten Contain a Unique Record of High-Frequency Depositional Dynamics? C.E. Savrda.Chapter 5: Variation in Adult Size of Scaphitid Ammonites from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale and Fox Hills Formation; N.H. Landman, S.M. Klofak, K.B. Sarg.Chapter 6: Controls on Shell Shape in Acanthoceratid Ammonites from the Cenomanian-Turonian Western Interior Seaway; M.M. Yacobucci. Chapter 7: A Reappraisal of the Relationship between Sea Level and Species Richness; P.J. Harries.Chapter 8: Diversity Patterns of Nonmarine Cretaceous Vertebrates of the Western Interior Basin; J.G. Eaton, J.I. Kirkland.Chapter 9: Use of Event Beds and Sedimentary Cycles in High-Resolution Stratigraphic Correlation of Lithologically Repetitive Successions: The Upper Ordovician Kope Formation of Northern Kentucky and Southern Ohio; C.E. Brett, T.J. Algeo, P.I. McLaughlin.Chapter 10: Late Devonian Sequence and Event Stratigraphy Across the Frasnian-Famennian (F-F) Boundary, Utah and Nevada; J.R. Morrow, C.A. Sandberg.Chapter 11: Vertebrate Biostratigraphy of the Smoky Hill Chalk (Niobrara Formation) and the Sharon Springs Member (Pierre Shale); K. Carpenter.Chapter 12: Limestone Concretions as Near-Isochronous Surfaces: A Cretaceous Example from the Western Interior of North America; E.G. Kauffman.Chapter 13: Contents of the Compact Disc: CONOP9 Programs for Solving the Stratigraphic Correlation and Seriation Problems as Constrained Optimization; P.M. Sadler, W.G. Kemple, M.A. Kooser.
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