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High-resolution approaches in stratigraphic paleontology High-resolution approaches in stratigraphic paleontology
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LCC: QE711.2 .H54 2003 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 560/.17 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2003053041
Table Of Contents
Limits of paleontological resolution / MichaƂ Kowalewski, Richard K. Bambach
Best-fit intervals and consensus sequences: comparison of the resolving power of traditional biostratigraphy and computer-assisted correlation / Peter M. Sadler, Roger A. Cooper
Combining stratigraphic sections and museum collections to increase biostratigraphic resolution: comparison of the resolving power of traditional biostratigraphy and computer-assisted correlation / Mark Webster ... [et al.]
Zoophycos, systematic stratigraphic leaking, and lamella stratigraphy: do some spreiten contain a unique record of high-frequency depositional dynamics? / Charles E. Savrda
Variation in adult size of scaphitid ammonites from the upper cretaceous Pierre Shale and Fox Hills formation / Neil H. Landman ... [et al.]
Controls on shell shape in acanthoceratid ammonites from the cenomanian-turonian western interior seaway / Margaret M. Yacobucci
Reappraisal of the relationship between sea level and species richness / Peter J. Harries
Diversity patterns of nonmarine cretaceous vertebrates of the western interior basin / Jeffrey G. Eaton, James I. Kirkland
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 / Carlton E. Brett ... [et al.]
Late Devonian sequence and event stratigraphy across the Frasnian-Famennian (F-F) boundary, Utah and Nevada / Jared R. Morrow, Charles A. Sandberg
Vertebrate biostratigra phy of the Smoky Hill chalk (Niobrara formation) and the Sharon Springs member (Pierre Shale) / Kenneth Carpenter
Limestone concretions as near-isochronous surfaces: a cretaceous example from the western interior of North America / Erle G. Kauffman
Contents of the compact disc: CONOP9 programs for solving the stratigraphic correlation and seriation problems as constrained optimization / Peter M. Sadler ... [et al.].
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Harries, Peter J. High-resolution approaches in stratigraphic paleontology