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Conodont Biology and Phylogeny: Interpreting the Fossil Record

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Edited By: Mark A Purnell and Philip CJ Donoghue
218 pages, Illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Conodont Biology and Phylogeny: Interpreting the Fossil Record
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About this book

Contributors include Walter C.Sweet, Howard A.Armstrong, Oliver Lehnert, James F Miller and Steven A.Leslie.

Contents

Preface: Mark A. Purnell and Philip C. J. Donoghue. Between Death and Data: Biases in Interpretation of the Fossil Record of Conodonts: Mark A. Purnell and Philip C. J. Donoghue. Modes of Growth in the Euconodont Oral Skeleton: Implications for Bias and Completeness in the Fossil Record: Howard A. Armstrong. An Experimental Investigation of Post-depositional Taphonomic Bias in Conodonts: Peter H. Von Bitter and Mark A. Purnell. Biases in the Recovery and Interpretation of Micropalaeontological Data: Lennart Jeppsson. Multielement Conodont Apparatuses of Triassic Gondolelloidea: Michael J. Orchard. Silurian Conodont Biostratigraphy and Palaeobiology in Stratigraphic Sequences: James E. Barrick and Peep Ma nnik. Cambro-Ordovician Sea-level Fluctuations and Sequence Boundaries: The Missing Record and the Evolution of New Taxa: Oliver Lehnert, James F. Miller, Steven A. Leslie, John E. Repetski and Raymond l. Ethington. Graphical Refinement of the Conodont Database: Examples and a Plea: Walter C. Sweet. The Likelihood of Stratophenetic-based Hypotheses of Genealogical Succession: Peter D. Roopnarine. The Chronophyletic Approach: Stratophenetics Facing an Incomplete Fossil Record: Jerzy Dzik. Cladograms, Phylogenies and the Veracity of the Conodont Fossil Record: Linda M. Wickstro m and Philip C. J. Donoghue.

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Journal / Magazine
Edited By: Mark A Purnell and Philip CJ Donoghue
218 pages, Illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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