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Studies on Fossil and Recent Cephalopods

Out of Print
Series: Denisia Volume: 32
By: Björn Berning(Foreword By), Alexander Lukeneder(Foreword By)
Publisher: Biologiezentrum
Studies on Fossil and Recent Cephalopods
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About this book

Language: Contributions in either English or German

This volume contains eight contributions on fossil and recent cephalopods.

Contents

- Björn Berning, Alexander Lukeneder, (2014): Vorwort - 5-6
- David H. Evans, Andy H. King, Kathleen Histon, Marcela Cichowolski, (2014): Nautiloid cephalopods - a review of their use and potential in biostratigraphy - 7-22
- Dirk Fuchs, Alexander Lukeneder, (2014): Cenozoic coleoids (Cephalopoda) from Austria - a review of Schultz's Catalogus Fossilium Austriae - 23-32
- Rene Hoffmann, (2014): Spirula - das unbekannte Wesen aus der Tiefsee - 33-46
- Andy H. King, (2014): Taxonomic review of early Darriwilian estonioceratids (Tarphycerida, Nautiloidea) from Sweden, Estonia, and the "Diluvium-Geschiebe" of northern Germany and Poland - 47-57
- Alexander Lukeneder, (2014): Cretaceous ammonites from Upper Austria - 59-79
- Alexander Lukeneder, Susanne Lukeneder, Christian Gusenbauer, (2014): Computed tomography and laser scanning of fossil cephalopods (Triassic and Cretaceous) - 81-92
- Johannes Thomas Weidinger, (2014): Die Fossilien- und Mineralien-Sammlung Ferdinand Estermann aus dem Gschliefgraben- Rutschgebiet am Traunsee-Ostufer - Eine Dauerausstellung in den Kammerhof Museen Gmunden und ihre geologisch-tektonische Herkunft - 93-112
- Yuri D. Zakharov, Kazushige Tanabe, Peter P. Safronov, Olga P. Smyshlyaeva, (2014): New data on microstructure and isotopic composition of some cephalopods from the Upper Cretaceous of North America and Europe: significance for oxygen isotope palaeotemperature measurements - 113-132

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Out of Print
Series: Denisia Volume: 32
By: Björn Berning(Foreword By), Alexander Lukeneder(Foreword By)
Publisher: Biologiezentrum
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