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Trace Fossils Biology, Taphonomy and Applications

By: Richard G Bromley
361 pages, B/w figs & illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Trace Fossils
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  • Trace Fossils ISBN: 9780412614804 Edition: 2 Paperback Feb 1996 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
Price: £155.00
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The aim of this text is to apply knowledge gained from present day studies to the interpretation of the activities of fossil organisms. This new comparative approach has lead to the development of ecological groupings or ichnoguilds - a new concept in the classification of trace fossils, and is backed up using case studies.
`It is, without doubt, one of the best modern works on bioturbations and trace fossils' - Palaeontology Newsletter


Part 1 Neoichnology: animal sediment relations; sediment stirrers; the work of worms; some celebrated burrowers; the synecology of bioturbation; Part 2 Palaeoichnology: the fossilization barrier; some ichnological principles; ichnotaxonomy and classification; stratinomy and ethology of trace fossils; trace fossil assemblages, diversity and facies; application of trace fossils to environmental interpretation; ichnofabric and trace fossils in core. Appendix: ichnotaxa used in this book.

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By: Richard G Bromley
361 pages, B/w figs & illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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