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Abundance biozone boundary types and characteristics determined using beta diversity: An example using Pleistocene benthonic foraminifera in DSDP Hole 148, eastern Caribbean Sea

Brent Wilson

The advantage of thin section preparations over acetate peels in the study of late Paleozoic fungi and other microorganisms

Thomas N. Taylor

An agrichnial feeding strategy for deep-marine Paleogene Ophiomorpha group trace fossils

John Paul Cummings

Brachiopod shell discoloration as an indicator of taphonomic alteration in the deep-time fossil record

Sarah E. Kolbe

Calcareous nannofossils from Eastbourne (southeastern England) and the paleoceanography of the Cenomanian–Turonian Boundary interval

Christian Linnert

Cambrian Orsten Lagerstätte from the Alum Shale Formation: Fecal pellets as a probable source of phosphorus preservation

Haruyoshi Maeda

A combined trace- and body-fossil approach reveals high-resolution record of oxygen fluctuations in Devonian seas

Diana L. Boyer

Comment: Marine Influence in the Upper Ordovician Juniata Formation (Potters Mills, Pennsylvania): Implications for the history of life on land: PALAIOS, v. 25, no. 8, p. 527–539, 2010.

Gregory J. Retallack

Comment: No major stratigraphic gap exists near the Middle–Upper Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian–Missourian) stage boundary in North America: PALAIOS, v. 26, no. 3, p. 125–139, 2011.

Robert H. Wagner

Complex tetrapod burrows from Middle Triassic red beds of the Argana Basin (western High Atlas, Morocco)

Sebastian Voigt

Compositional changes in a mid-Stephanian (Kasimovian) Flora in relation to alluvial plain deposits derived from westward-receding mountains and bordered by the Paleotethys: La Magdalena Coalfield, northwestern Spain

Robert H. Wagner

Controlled excavations in the Romualdo Formation Lagerstätte (Araripe Basin, Brazil) and pterosaur diversity: Remarks based on new findings

Bruno C. Vila Nova

Dealing with incompleteness: New advances for the use of fossils in phylogenetic analysis

Ignacio H. Escapa

Detrital record of Upper Triassic Reefs in the Olds Ferry Terrane, Blue Mountains Province, northeastern Oregon, United States

Todd A. LaMaskin

Dinosaur footprints as ultimate evidence for a terrestrial environment in the late Sinemurian Trento Carbonate Platform

Fabio Massimo Petti

Drilling predation in mollusks from the early and middle Miocene of the Central Paratethys

Jennifer A. Sawyer

Dynamics of a paleoecosystem reef associated with oceanic change in carbonate sedimentary regime and carbon cycling (Oxfordian, Swiss Jura)

Markus Bill

Early Ordovician shift in reef construction from microbial to metazoan reefs

Natsuko Adachi

Ecological fidelity of Pleistocene-Holocene land snail shell assemblages preserved in carbonate-rich paleosols

Yurena Yanes

Eolian-aquatic deposits and faunas of the middle Cambrian Potsdam Group

James W. Hagadorn

Evaluating taphonomic bias of paleoecological data in fossil benthic foraminiferal assemblages

Christina L. Belanger

Evidence from carbonate platforms bearing on climate, salinity, dasycladalean diversity, and marine anoxic events during the Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous greenhouse

Antun Husinec

Evidence of terrestrial diets in Pliocene Eurasian Papionins (Mammalia: Primates) inferred from low-magnification stereomicroscopy of molar enamel use-wear scars

Frank L'Engle Williams

Experimental modeling of a possible Oryctodromeus cubicularis (Dinosauria) burrow

D. Cary Woodruff

Expression of an oceanic anoxic event in a neritic setting: Lower Aptian coral rubble deposits from the western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain, Spain)

Telm Bover-Arnal

Feathers of the Ingersoll shale, Eutaw Formation (Upper Cretaceous), eastern Alabama: The largest collection of feathers from North American Mesozoic rocks

Terrell K. Knight

Fidelity of molluscan assemblages from the Touro Passo Formation (Pleistocene-Holocene), southern Brazil: Taphonomy as a tool for discovering natural baselines for freshwater communities

Fernando Erthal

Fishes and tetrapods in the Upper Pennsylvanian (Kasimovian) Cohn Coal Member of the Mattoon Formation of Illinois, United States: Systematics, paleoecology, and paleoenvironments

David Carpenter

Fish feeding traces from middle Eocene limestones (Gargano Promontory, Apulia, southern Italy)

Matteo Belvedere

Genus-level taphonomic variation within cladid crinoids from the Upper Pennsylvanian Barnsdall Formation, northeastern Oklahoma

James R. Thomka

The Geozoic supereon

Michał Kowalewski

Growth rates and carbonate production by coralline red algae in upwelling and non-upwelling settings along the Pacific coast of Panama

Priska Schäfer

Heavy minerals add weight to neoichnological research

Ilya V. Buynevich

Hydrobia as "Jonah in the Whale": Shell repair after passing through the digestive tract of shelducks alive

Gerhard C. Cadée

Ichnological record of environmental changes in early Quaternary (Gelasian–Calabrian) marine sediments of the Stirone Section, northern Italy

Peter Pervesler

An improved understanding of the Alaska Coastal Current: The application of a bivalve growth-temperature model to reconstruct freshwater-influenced paleoenvironments

Nadine Hallmann

Integrated Plant Record (IPR) Vegetation Analysis applied to modern vegetation in southeastern China and Japan

Vasilis Teodoridis

A Late Cretaceous coniferous woodland from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico

K. Sian Davies-Vollum

Mammalian bite marks on juvenile fur seal bones from the late Neogene Purisima Formation of central California

Robert W. Boessenecker

Methods of microvertebrate sampling and their influences on taphonomic interpretations

Joseph E. Peterson

Microtaphofacies analysis of lower Oligocene turbid-water coral assemblages

Giulia Silvestri

The mollusk fauna of soft sediments from the tropical, upwelling-influenced shelf of Mauritania (northwestern Africa)

Julien Michel

Neoichnological experiments with the freshwater ostracode Heterocypris incongruens: Implications for reconstructing aquatic settings

Julie B. Retrum

New insights on the taphonomy of the exceptional mammalian fossil sites of Cerro de los Batallones (late Miocene, Spain) based on rare earth element geochemistry

M. Soledad Domingo

A new look at old data; an example from the arthropods

Martin Stein

A new technique for assessing tubificid burrowing activities, and recognition of biogenic grading formed by these oligochaetes

Lynn T. Dafoe

No major stratigraphic gap exists near the Middle–Upper Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian–Missourian) Stage boundary in North America

Howard J. Falcon-Lang

PALAIOS 2010 Best Papers

PALAIOS 2010 Honorable Mention Paper

PALAIOS 2011 Author Index

PALAIOS 2011 Reviewers

Paleoclimatic and paleoecological implications of a Paleocene–Eocene fossil leaf assemblage, Chickaloon Formation, Alaska

David Sunderlin

Paleoecological dynamics of Furongian (late Cambrian) trilobite-dominated communities from northwestern Argentina

Diego Balseiro

Paleoecologic assessment of an edrioasteroid (Echinodermata)–encrusted hardground from the Upper Ordovician (Maysvillian) Bellevue Member, Maysville, Kentucky

René A. Shroat-Lewis

Paleoecology of the olenid Trilobite Triarthrus: New evidence from Beecher's Trilobite Bed and other sites of pyritization

Úna C. Farrell

Paleoenvironmental changes during the late Miocene (Messinian)–Pliocene transition (Bajo Segura Basin, southeastern Spain): Sedimentological and ichnological evidence

J.E. Caracuel

Paleogene evolution of precipitation in northeastern China supporting the middle Eocene intensification of the East Asian monsoon

Cheng Quan

Paleohydrographic influences on Permian radiolarians in the Lamar Limestone, Guadalupe Mountains, west Texas, elucidated by organic biomarker and stable isotope geochemistry

Paula J. Noble

Plant debris accumulations in the Preto River Subbasin, Itanhaém, São Paulo, Brazil: Insights from geotechnology

Fresia Ricardi-Branco

Postmortem encrustation of the alien bivalve Ensis americanus (Binney) by the barnacle Balanus crenatus Brugière in the North Sea

Stephen K. Donovan

Preservation of trace fossils and molds of terrestrial biota by intense storms in mid-last interglacial (MIS 5c) dunes on Bermuda, with a model for development of hydrological conduits

Paul J. Hearty

Recent ichnocoenosis in deep water macroids, Ryukyu Islands, Japan

D. Bassi

Reconstructing paleocatchments by integrating stable isotope records, sedimentology, and taphonomy: A Late Cretaceous case study (Montana, United States)

Brady Z. Foreman

Reef recovery following the Frasnian–Famennian (Late Devonian) mass extinction: Evidence from the Dugway Range, West-Central Utah

Jared Morrow

Reply: Marine Influence in the Upper Ordovician Juniata Formation (Potters Mills, Pennsylvania): Implications for the history of life on land: PALAIOS, v. 25, no. 8, p. 527–539, 2010.

Neil S. Davies

Reply: No major stratigraphic gap exists near the Middle–Upper Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian–Missourian) stage boundary in North America: PALAIOS, v. 26, no. 3, p. 125–139, 2011.

Howard J. Falcon-Lang

Response of tracemakers to temporary platform drowning: Lower Cenomanian of southern Istria (eastern Croatia)

Igor Vlahović

Sequence stratigraphy of Dinosaur Lake: Small-scale fluvio-deltaic stratal relationships of a dinosaur accumulation at the Aaron Scott Quarry, Morrison Formation, San Rafael Swell, Utah

David L. Jeffery

A surrogate approach to studying the chemical reactivity of burrow mucous linings in marine sediments

Daniel A. Petrash

Suspending the rules: Unraveling the ichnological signature of the Lower Triassic post-extinction recovery interval

John-Paul Zonneveld

Taphonomic analyses of an early Eocene Litolophus (Perissodactyla, Chalicotherioidea) assemblage from the Erlian Basin, Inner Mongolia, China

Bin Bai

Taphonomic and paleoecological analyses (mollusks and fishes) of the Súa Member condensed shellbed, upper Onzole Formation (early Pliocene, Ecuador)

Giorgio Carnevale

Taphonomic effects of high temperature on avian eggshell

Jennifer D. Janssen

Taxonomic and ecologic persistence across the onset of the late Paleozoic ice age: Evidence from the Upper Mississippian (Chesterian Series), Illinois Basin, United States

James R. Bonelli

Terrestrial and aquatic neoichnological laboratory experiments with the freshwater crayfish Orconectes: Trackways on media of varying grain size, moisture, and inclination

Justin M. Fairchild

Triassic floras of Antarctica: Plant diversity and distribution in high paleolatitude communities

Ignacio H. Escapa

The Triassic–Jurassic boundary carbon-isotope excursions expressed in taxonomically identified leaf cuticles

Karen L. Bacon

Using multiple environmental proxies to determine degree of marine influence and paleogeographical position of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Melissa Grey

Vertebrate burrow system from the Upper Triassic of Poland

Mateusz Tałanda

Vertebrate fossil preservation in blue paleosols from the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, with implications for vertebrate biostratigraphy in the Chinle Formation

Katharine M. Loughney