35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort ascending Abstract
617 Paleoecological and taphonomic analysis of Permian coal seam of Rio Bonito Formation, Paraná basin, western Gondwana Dr. FRESIA RICARDI-BRANCO T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 617.pdf
4661 Conchostracans of the Middle-Late Jurassic Daohugou and Linglongta beds in NE China Mr. Huanyu Liao Dr. Diying Huang Mr. Yanbin Shen T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4661.pdf
370 Exploring for Vertebrate Fossils in the Riversleigh Area of Queensland using Field-Portable XRF Prof. David Cohen T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 370.pdf
3225 Evaluating Uranium as a Tool to Infer Cryogenian Marine Oxygenation Ms. Claire Miles T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3225.pdf
4958 The Hirnantia fauna and the stratigraphic assessment of the uppermost Ordovician in the central Anti-Atlas (Morocco) Dr. Enrique Villas T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4958.pdf
1581 Geochemical evidences for photic zone euxinia during the end - Ordovician mass extinction event from the black shales of Poland Mrs. Justyna Smolarek T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 1581.pdf
4012 Caddisfly-dominated microbial-carbonate bioherms from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation, Western Liaoning China Mr. Enpu Gong Mr. Jiang Xu T44.P2 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4012.pdf
3933 Dwarfism of irregular echinoids from Poland during the Campanian-Maastrichtian Boundary Event (CMBE) Ms. Katarzyna Lesko T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3933.pdf
4875 Taxonomy of Cypridea Bosquet 1852 (Crustacea, Ostracoda) from Quiricó Formation, Lower Cretaceous from São Francisco basin, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil: new relative dating and remarks on nodding Ms. Amanda Moreira Leite T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4875.pdf
338 Fossil woods from the Cretaceous deposits of Russian Far East Dr. Maxim Afonin T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 338.pdf
1390 Hexactinellid sponge Amphispongia from Pennsylvanian of United States of America Msc. Lucas Mouro T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 1390.pdf
2304 A first report of wood-boring trace fossil Asthenopodichnium and Teredolites from the Barmer Hill Formation of the Barmer Basin, Western Rajasthan, India. Dr. Suresh Chandra Mathur T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2304.pdf
2760 Changes in rodents associations from cave sediments (Romania) during the Upper Pleistocene main climatic events Dr. Alexandru Petculescu T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2760.pdf
2306 First Report of Trace Fossils from Lower Odania Member of Lathi Formation of Jaisalmer Basin, Akal area, district -Jaisalmer, Western Rajasthan, India. Dr. Virendra Singh Parihar T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2306.pdf
1807 Advance in Cretaceous bennettitalean trunk from China Dr. Yeming Cheng T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 1807.pdf
2311 The Microvertebrate fauna from the Palaeocene – Eocene of Akli Formation of Barmer Basin, Western Rajasthan, India Dr. Shanker Lal Nama T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2311.pdf
3954 Dwarfism of irregular echinoids from Poland during the Campanian-Maastrichtian Boundary Event (CMBE) Ms. Katarzyna Lesko Dr. Mariusz Salamon T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3954.pdf
311 Role of temperature in brachiopod migration? Evidence from the Jurassic sediments of western India Dr. Debahuti Mukherjee T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 311.pdf
4718 On Damonella ultima from the Santana Formation (Upper Aptian, Lower Cretaceous), Araripe basin, Northeastern Brazil Dr. Lucas Antonietto T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4718.pdf
3788 Towards a better understanding of the origins of microlens arrays in Mesozoic echinoderms Dr. Przemyslaw Gorzelak T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3788.pdf
3457 Juvenile Kosoidea sp. from Lower Paleozoic strata, Paraná Basin, Brazil Dr. Carolina Zabini T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3457.pdf
4333 New findings of galeaspids (Agnatha) from the Siluro-Devonian of China Dr. Zhikun Gai Dr. Yuhai Liu Dr. Min Zhu T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4333.pdf
257 Corals of Narara Bet, Jamnagar District, Gujarat and its implication in Sea level Changes Dr. Arpita Pankaj T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 257.pdf
920 Middle Ordovician La Cristalina Formation: After 50 years new fossil localities were found, including the first Ordovician foraminifera in Colombia Ms. Maria Fernanda Almanza Melendez T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 920.pdf
1416 Carbon isotope in tooth enamel of Pleistocenic megamammals from Alagoas and Pernambuco, northeastern Brazil Dr. Alcides Sial T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 1416.pdf
5193 Stratigraphy and paleoecology of Middle Jurassic dinocyst assemblages from the Dnieper-Donets Basin of central Ukraine Dr. Olena Shevchuk Professor Vivi Vajda T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 5193.pdf
2235 Turritelline dominated assemblages from the Miocene of Kutch, western India reveal depositional histories and the nursery ground of the species Dr. Kalyan Halder T44.P1 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2235.pdf
1128 Ecology and phylogenetic affinity of the early Cambrian tubular microfossil Megathrix longus Mr. Xiaodong Shang T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1128.pdf
2255 The diversity and systematics of early Cambrian lophotrochozoans (the Chengjiang Lagerstatte, China): discoveries and new progress Prof. Zhifei Zhang T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 2255.pdf
1134 A new locality of the Burgess Shale-type fauna from the Lower Cambrian Shuijingtuo Formation in Changyang, Hubei, South China Dr. Dongjing Fu T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1134.pdf
4396 New species of Vetulicolians from the Lower Cambrian Guanshan Biota, China St. Jinshu Li T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4396.pdf
3579 Evolution of biological innovations in early complex cells Prof. Emmanuelle J. Javaux T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3579.pdf
3132 Early sponges and toxic protists: Cryostane, a new biomarker antedating Sturtian Snowball Earth Dr. Jochen Brocks T44.9 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3132.pdf
3374 The Environmental Context of the Cryogenian-Ediacaran Diversification of Metazoa Dr. Douglas Erwin T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3374.pdf
3642 Onychophorans: a key role in understanding arthropod origins? Prof. Jianni Liu T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3642.pdf
4405 New advance of Guangweicaris from the Cambrian (Stage 4, Series 2) Guanshan Biota in Kunming , Yunnan , South China St. Yichen Wu T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4405.pdf
1697 Primary producers and detritivores: Microbial fossils from the lowest Cambrian of South China Professor Xingliang Zhang T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1697.pdf
4723 Substrate-related phenotypic variation in the Cambrian Burgess Shale brachiopod Micromitra burgessensis Dr. Timothy Topper T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4723.pdf
4991 Early diversification of the Cambrian Explosion: Significance of a remote graveyard in the Sirius Pass, North Greenland Dr. David Harper T44.8 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4991.pdf
984 Authigenic and early diagenetic minerals as indicators of geomicrobiological processes in shelly fossil preservation and their significance for late Neoproterozoic-early Palaeozoic near-surface environments Mr. Drew Muscente T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 984.pdf
5635 Mistaken Point (Ediacaran, Canada): The World’s First Precambrian World Heritage Site Prof. Guy Narbonne T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 5635.pdf
4255 New Precambrian trace fossils, the end of the Ediacara biota, and the first mass extinction of complex life Dr. Simon Darroch T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4255.pdf
4544 The palaeobiology of Ediacaran rangeomorphs: reproduction, environmental sensitivity and ecological succession Ms. Charlotte Kenchington T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4544.pdf
2523 Beyond the stony veil; reconstructing early trace fossils using Micro-CT analysis, a case study from the Yangtze Gorges area, South China. Dr. Michael Meyer T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 2523.pdf
4728 Studies In Ediacaran Preservation Dr. Marc Laflamme T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4728.pdf
4911 Improving the Ediacaran geological time scale for the study of oceanic redox history and early animal evolution Prof. Shuhai Xiao T44.7 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4911.pdf
1678 The Last of the Ediacara Biota: The Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary at Mt. Dunfee, Nevada, USA Dr. Emmy Smith T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1678.pdf
4165 Ediacaran macroalgae and the early evolution of animals Mrs. Natalia Bykova T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4165.pdf
3612 Behavioural and taphonomical testimony of Treptichnus pedum, inferences from the Nagaur Sandstone, Marwar Supergroup, India Dr. Mukund Sharma T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3612.pdf
4316 Ediacaran tubular fossils with Burgess Shale-type preservation, Arroyo del Soldado Group, Uruguay Dr. Claudio Gaucher T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 4316.pdf

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