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  1. Utahs top Paleontologist Jim Kirkland posted this chart on the dinosaur fauna in his state. Pretty amazing diversity See below for an enhanced poster into the triassic
  2. Devonian trilobites of Gondwana studied with newer mathematical models to determine evolutionary connections https://phys.org/news/2019-01-reconstruction-trilobite-ancestral-range-southern.amp
  3. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Grand Canyon Paleontology

    Hey y'all, hope you're all having a good time! This recently published report by Hodnett & Elliott (2018) describes two fairly diverse chondrichthyan faunas from the late Mississippian/early Pennsylvanian of western Grand Canyon (Arizona). The assemblages, from 2 separate formations, are described on the basis of quite many tooth specimens, and other material (i.e. denticles). Differences between those faunas and other similar-aged Euro-American faunas indicate paleogeographical implications relating to the formation of Pangaea. Hodnett,
  4. doushantuo

    ediacaran finds

    arrodiscoiscyphozoanaturesrep30590.pdf Ediacaran discs from South America:probable soft-bodied macrofossils unlock the paleogeography of the Clymene ocean Maria Julia Arrouy,Lucas V.Warren,Fernanda Quaglio,Daniel Poire ,Marcello Guimares Soares,Milena Boselli Rosa,Lucia E.Gomez Peral * Nature Scientific reports (6) 30590 publ.: 27-7-2016 *all diacritics omitted
  5. doushantuo

    Jersey shore, more or less

    Maureen Mid-Pliocene shorelines of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain — An improved elevation database with comparison to Earth model predictions A. Rovere , P.J. Hearty , J. Austermann , J.X. Mitrovica, J. Gale, R. Moucha, A.M. Forte, M.E. Raymo Earth-Science Reviews 145 (2015) 117–131 Am i saying this would be almost automatically of use to,say,anyone interested in e.g. the Yorktown,or the Pliocene Atlantic coastline in general? No,I am not always difficult ,these Should I tag MikeR,for instance??
  6. doushantuo

    Silurian of Norway

    a recognized classic Indispensable! Worsley,Aarhus et al:The Silurian Succession of the Oslo Region NGU Bull.384,1983 ABOuT 7,5 MB NB: NO fossils are figured,the emphasis is on local correlation and stratigraphy
  7. QUAT glacai The Scheldt estuary trawl crowd might find this useful,perhaps About 5-10 mB each,source: JGSL,jan 2018 issue
  8. doushantuo

    Texas, a short while back

    I liked the uncluttered format of this pic,decided to post it
  9. doushantuo

    Carboniferous Midcontinent

    Concise & clear.What more do you want? algeidcontin143.pdf About 1,5 Mb
  10. Animals Used The Lost Continent Of Zealandia To Spread Across The Pacific Millions Of Years Ago, Brid-Aine Parnell, Forbes, September 28, 2017 https://www.forbes.com/sites/bridaineparnell/2017/09/28/animals-used-lost-continent-of-zealandia-to-spread-across-the-pacific/ Zealandia: Scientists Reveal Secrets From First Expedition To Lost Continent, Trevor Nace, Forbes, September 28, 2017 https://www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2017/09/28/zealandia-scientists-reveal-secrets-from-first-expedition-to-lost-continent/ New Zealand Is Not Just A Small Bu
  11. doushantuo

    Givetian North America

    Amongst other things,the article shows North American Paleogeography in the Devonian The correlation chart for Mid-Devonian geochemical events ain't bad ,either Zambito_givetitaghaeventisotop_2015.pdf
  12. doushantuo

    ordovician fauna and plates

    old,but good,still cited LARGE FILE!!! http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/royprsb/136/883/291.full.pdf NB.:link expires nov.6th
  13. a book review of: "The Monkey's Bridge: Mysteries of Evolution in Central America" by David Rains Wallace. Trinity University Press trade paperback edition (originally published by Sierra Club Books, 1997). 277 pages. Suggested Retail: $18.95 USD. The formation of the Isthmus of Panama, the land bridge connecting the Americas, was the most recent, significant tectonic event of the Cenozoic Era. It occurred just over three million years ago and carried with it not only local but also global consequences. The land connection allowed terrestrial plants and animals to invade new territories
  14. Regarding the geographic distribution of desmostylians, it's quite ironic that no desmostylians have ever been found in the West Indies or eastern North America or even Africa because DNA studies point to an African origin for all afrotheres and desmostylians themselves are afrotheres (as a matter of fact, a sirenian fossil from the Early Eocene of Tunisia described by Benoit et. al. 2013 is about the same age as the Caribbean forms Prorastomus and Pezosiren, confirming that sirenians did indeed originate in Africa along with other afrothere groups). What would be a possible explanation for th
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