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EVIDENCE FOR INSECT AND ANNELID ACTIVITY ACROSS THE TRIASSIC-JURASSIC TRANSITION OF EAST GREENLAND

MARGRET STEINTHORSDOTTIR, ANNE-MARIE P. TOSOLINI, JENNIFER C. MCELWAIN

PALAIOS

... vertical bar). Scale in meters. Log redrawn from Hesselbo et al. (2002). tool—the WAPUM method (Wagner parsimony Applied to Palaeosynecology Using...

2015

A Sub-Pennsylvanian Paleovalley System in the Central Appalachian Basin and its Implications for Tectonic and Eustatic Controls on the Origin of the Regional Mississippian-Pennsylvanian Unconformity

Jack D. Beuthin

Special Publications of SEPM

... that the paleovalleys were carved by more than one drainage system; parsimony supports the inference of a single, integrated paleodrainage network. The fact...

1996

The limits of Burgess Shale-type preservation: assessing the evidence for preservation of the blood protein hemocyanin in the Burgess Shale

Robert R. Gaines, Alexander J. Lombardo, Iris O. Holzer, Jean-Bernard Caron

PALAIOS

... in the otherwise massive argillites (Piper 1972; Conway Morris 1985; Petrovich 2001), parsimony suggests that the occurrence of chalcopyrite in and around...

2019

Notes on Changing Paleoenvironments Across the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary (Scollard Formation) in the Red Deer River Valley of Southern Alberta

David A. Eberth, Shaun C. O'Connell

CSPG Bulletin

... characteristics and in-channel sediment load. On the basis of parsimony and the absence of evidence to the contrary, we reject the suggestion...

1995

Cenozoic Tectonics of SE Asia and Australasia

Robert Hall

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... not be amenable to simple plate tectonic analysis. There are important problems in identifying vertical axis rotations on a regional scale. A logical parsimony...

1997

Trace-Fossil Assemblages in the Lower Triassic Toad Formation, La Biche River Map Area, Southeastern Yukon

Robert B. MacNaughton, John-Paul Zonneveld

CSPG Bulletin

...); none of these specimens, however, preserves the expected lower, U-shaped portion of the burrow. Parsimony leads us to assign these traces...

2010

NICHE PARTITIONING OF THE EUROPEAN CARNIVOROUS MAMMALS DURING THE PALEOGENE

FLORÉAL SOLÉ, DUBIED MORGANE, KÉVIN LE VERGER, MENNECART BASTIEN

PALAIOS

..., HOLROYD, P.A., AND SEIFFERT, E.R, 2016, Hyainailourine and teratodontine cranial material from the late Eocene of Egypt and the application of parsimony...

2018

A coal-sulfur model for Sydney Coalfield (Upper Carboniferous), Nova Scotia, Canada

Erwin L. Zodrow

Atlantic Geology

... of the variables. Decreasing factor contribution Principle of parsimony: fewer factors than variables. Factor characteristics: all general factors are bipolar...

1991

The American Whale Oil Industry: A Look Back to the Future of the American Petroleum Industry?

James L. Coleman Jr.

Tulsa Geological Society

... a mixture of "courage, hardihood, skill, thrft carried to the point of parsimony, shrewdness, stubborn perseverance, ingenuity, steady independence...

1996

Chemostratigraphic Proxy Records: Forward Modeling the Effects of Unconformities, Variable Sediment Accumulation Rates, and Sampling-Interval Bias

Paul M. Myrow, John P. Grotzinger

Special Publications of SEPM

... result from spatial which results in local back principle of parsimony would generally lead one to not com press or expand time thickness relationships...

2000

Estimating Parameters for Hierarchical Permeability Correlation Models

Zhenxue Dai, Robert W. Ritzi Jr., David F. Dominic

Special Publications of SEPM

... parameters on the basis of model parsimony, values of objective functions, the coefficients of variation for parameters, as well...

2004

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, Howard J. Falcon-Lang, Michael J. Benton, W. John Nelson

PALAIOS

..., T., JR., MARTIN, K.L.M., and DIAZ-URIARTE, R., 1997, Reconstructing ancestral trait values using squared-change parsimony: Plasma osmolarity...

2011

End-Member Modeling of Siliciclastic Grain-Size Distributions: The Late Quaternary Record of Eolian and Fluvial Sediment Supply to the Arabian Sea and Its Paleoclimatic Significance

Maarten A. Prins, Gert Jan Weltje

Special Publications of SEPM

... to the original data X In ness of fit increases as the number of end members is increased The parsimony is a useful guideline to the choice of q...

1999

George Bernard Reynolds: A Forgotten Pioneer of Oil Discoveries in Persia and Venezuela

Rasoul Sorkhabi

Petroleum History Institute

..., and of very good presence with much experience. in contact, except his Scottish employers, whose short-sighted parsimony had so nearly wrecked a great...

2010

Empirical Determination of Physical Controls on Megafaunal Footprint Formation Through Neoichnological Experiments with Elephants

Brian F. Platt, Stephen T. Hasiotis, Daniel R. Hirmas

PALAIOS

... simultaneously maximizing parsimony—s, rb, hv, and hv2. Results of the regression with these variables are given in Table 6 and yield an adjusted R2 value...

2012

Field Trip A7: The Triassic-Jurassic Faunal and Floral Transition in the Fundy Basin, Nova Scotia

Paul Olsen, Jessica Whiteside, Tim Fedak

Atlantic Geoscience Society Special Publications

.... Parsimony suggests, however, that one unifying rather than two different explanations should explain the same phenomena. STOP 3: Wasson Bluff: Rhaetian...

2005

ISOTOPIC TEMPERATURES FROM THE EARLY AND MID-PLIOCENE OF THE US MIDDLE ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN, AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CAUSE OF REGIONAL MARINE CLIMATE CHANGE

ANDREW L.A. JOHNSON, ANNEMARIE VALENTINE, MELANIE J. LENG, HILARY J. SLOANE, BERND R. SCHÖNE, PETER S. BALSON

PALAIOS

... cause— cool-current flow farther south (Cronin and Dowsett 1996)—is available and PA L A I O S should be favored on grounds of parsimony alone...

2017

Rio Thrusting, Multi-Stage Migration, and Formation of Vertically Segregated Paleozoic Oil Pools At Torchlight Field On the Greybull Platform (Eastern Bighorn Basin): Implications For Exploration

Donald S. Stone

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... the principal of parsimony or Ockham's razor (entities should not be rnultipl~edwithout necessity), in this case, multiple entitles require a compound...

2004

Shannon Sandstone of the Powder River Basin: Orthodoxy and Revisionism in Stratigraphic Thought

Donald J.P.Swift, Brian Parsons

Special Publications of SEPM

... argument based on the principle of parsimony which says that when faced with multiple explanations embrace the simplest There is nothing inherently...

1999

Chapter 2: The Ribbon Continent of South America in Ecuador, Colombia, and Venezuela

Armando Altamira, Kevin Burke

AAPG Special Volumes

... mass of the planet. Advances in the past 25 years have come in parsimony. First, it is clear that pre-Pangean continents, such as Rodinia, did...

2015

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