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Advances in Angiosperm Paleobotany and Paleoclimatic Reconstruction Contributions Honouring David L. Dilcher and Jack A. Wolfe

Edited By: David M Jarzen, SR Manchester, G Retallack and SA Jarzen
189 pages, 100 figures, tables
Advances in Angiosperm Paleobotany and Paleoclimatic Reconstruction
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Retallack, G.J., Manchester, S.R. & Upchurch, G.R. Jr.: David Dilcher:
An Appreciation 1

Upchurch, G.R. J., Spicer, R.A. & Leopold, E.B.: The Life and career of
Jack A. Wolfe (July 10, 1936 - August 12, 2005) 11

Doyle, J.A.: Systematic value and evolution of leaf architecture across the
angiosperms in light of molecular phylogenetic analyses 21

Barclay, R., McElwain, J., Dilcher, D. & Sageman, B.: The Cuticle Database:
Developing an interactive tool for taxonomic and paleoenvironmental study
of the fossil cuticle record 39

Upchurch, G.R. Jr., Lomax, B.H. & Beerling, D.J.: Paleobotanical Evidence
for Climatic Change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary, North America:
Twenty Years after Wolfe and Upchurch 57

Sun, G., Akhmetiev, M.A., golovneva, L., Bugdaeva, E., Quan, C., Kodrul, T.M.,
Nishida, H., Sun, Y., Sun, C., Johnson, K. & Dilcher, D.:
Late Cretaceous plants from Jiayin along Heilongjiang River,
Northeast China 75

Pigg, K.B. & DeVore, M.L.: East meets West: the Contrasting Contributions
of David L. Dilcher and Jack A. Wolfe to Eocene Systematic Paleobotany
in North America 85

Greenwood, D.R.: Fossil angiosperm leaves and climate: from Wolfe and
Dilcher to Burnham and Wilf 95

Spicer, R.A.: Recent and Future Developments of CLAMP: Building on the
Legacy of Jack A. Wolfe 109

Cecil, M.R., Chase, C.G. & Wolfe, J.A.: Geologic and stratigraphic context
of paleoflora from Eocene river systems, Northern Sierrra Nevada, California

Leopold, E.B., Reinink-Smith, L. & Liu, G.: Overview of Alaskan Tertiary
Floras - building on the work of Jack Wolfe 129

Schorn, H.E., Myers, J.A. & Erwin, D.M.: Navigating the Neogene: An
updated chronology of Neogene paleofloras from the western United
States 139

DeSantis, L.R.G. & MacFadden, B.: Identifying forested environments in
Deep Time using fossil tapirs: evidence from evolutionary morphology and
stable isotopes 147

Christophel, D.C. & Gordon, P.J.: Foliar Physiognomy and Taphonomy as
Tools for Understanding the Paleoclimate of Australia's Fossil
Rainforests 159

Grote, P.J.: Studies of Fruits and Seeds from the Pleistocene of
northeastern Thailand 171

Wagner, F., Visscher, H., K#rschner, W.M. & Dilcher, D.L.: Influence of
Ontogeny and Atmospheric CO2 on Stomata Parameters of Osmunda regalis 183

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Edited By: David M Jarzen, SR Manchester, G Retallack and SA Jarzen
189 pages, 100 figures, tables
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