35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort ascending Abstract
1068 Why Corumbella is a Cloudinid and not a Conularid Dr. Bernd Erdtmann Dr. Detlef Walde T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 1068.pdf
3960 An Early Ediacaran Predator from the Southwestern Siberian Craton: When did the Dawn of Metazoan Begin? Dr. Julius Sovetov T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 3960.pdf
2770 Systematic description of putative animal fossils from the early Ediacaran Lantian Formation of South China Dr. Bin Wan T44.6 - The Dawn of Animals: Cryogenian to Cambrian PDF icon 2770.pdf
90 Paleoneurology of Therapsida (Synapsida) and the Evolution of soft tissue traits in the mammalian ancestry Dr. Julien BENOIT T44.5 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 90.pdf
833 Southeastern Australia’s Cretaceous polar tetrapods in a Greenhouse World Dr. Thomas Rich T44.5 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 833.pdf
5347 South Africa's Triassic-Jurassic sauropodomorph fauna: phylogenetic fit to stratigraphy, evolutionary rates, and the biased appearance of characters in time Prof. Jonah Choiniere T44.5 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 5347.pdf
3618 The fossil plants from the Middle Triassic Linjia Formation in Benxi of eastern Liaoning, China and its paleoclimatic implication Prof. Yi Zhang T44.5 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 3618.pdf
4679 The Beaufort-Stormberg contact in the main Karoo Basin – the most important unconformity surface for understanding the basin’s development Dr. Philip John Hancox T44.5 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 4679.pdf
3857 The Pristerognathus AZ and the aftermath of the Capitanian extinction event in the main Karoo Basin Dr. Michael Day T44.4 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 3857.pdf
3735 Tapinocephalid dinocephalians, the first large terrestrial tetrapods – Potential for refined Middle Permian Biostratigraphy? Prof. Bruce Rubidge T44.4 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 3735.pdf
4456 On the evolutionary history of the Gorgonopsia, with new information on their global first and last appearances Dr. Christian Kammerer T44.4 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 4456.pdf
4550 Palaeoecology and palaeoenvironments of Glossopteris forests from the heart of Gondwana: the Lambert Graben, east Antarctica Prof. Stephen McLoughlin T44.4 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 4550.pdf
5279 Tetrapod biocorrelation of Pangea: the Permo-Triassic terrestrial vertebrate faunas of South Africa and Russia Dr. Fernando Abdala T44.4 - Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Ecosystems of Gondwana PDF icon 5279.pdf
1237 The Earliest Herbaceous Seed Plant from the Middle Jurassic of China Prof. Xin Wang T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 1237.pdf
1352 Late Cretaceous ostracod fauna from the Shenjiatun section (Songliao Basin, Northeast China) and its biostratigraphic, palaeoenvironmental implications Dr. Yaqiong Wang T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 1352.pdf
835 Mesozoic nonmarine palaeogeography and palaeotectonic evolution in the Middle-East China Dr. Yongqing Liu T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 835.pdf
967 Problem of terrestrial Jurassic and Cretaceous boundary in northern China Prof. Xiaoqiao Wan T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 967.pdf
4625 The relationships between Middle-Late Jurassic tectonics and formation of the Yanliao biota Prof. Diying Huang T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4625.pdf
4631 Feathered dinosaurs of Chinese Mesozoic lacustrine lagerstätten: Extraordinary preservation or extraordinary effort? Dr. Paul Olsen T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4631.pdf
4010 The record of caddisfly-dominated microbial-carbonated bioherms from the Early Cretaceous Yixan Formation in western Liaoning, China: occurrence and palaeoenvironmental implications Mr. Jiang Xu Mr. Enpu Gong T44.3 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4010.pdf
2789 Temporal and spatial distribution pattern of the marine-brackish-water bivalve Waagenoperna in China and its implications for Triassic?Jurassic transition climate and palaeogeography Prof. Jingeng Sha T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 2789.pdf
4781 Low-latitude terrestrial climate cooling event in the Late Triassic (Norian-Rhaetian): palaeobotanical evidence from the Sichuan Basin, southern China Prof. Yongdong Wang T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4781.pdf
3861 Jurassic reef events in Moroccan Atlasic domain (Middle Atlas and Central High Atlas in particular) Dr. Driss SADKI T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 3861.pdf
4790 Lacustrine expansion and carbon drawdown during the early Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event Prof. Dr. Stephen P. Hesselbo T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4790.pdf
4498 Astronomical constraints on the duration of the early jurassic pliensbachian and toarcian stages and global carbon-cycle and climatic perturbations Dr. MICHA RUHL T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 4498.pdf
1503 The Geology and Palaeontology of Tanzania Dr. Emma Msaky T44.2 - IGCP 632 Continental Crises of the Jurassic: Major extinction events and environmental changes PDF icon 1503.pdf
5344 Thylacocephalan arthropods from the Upper Devonian of Poland. Mr. Krzysztof Broda T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 5344.pdf
2849 Use of morphometric data in taxonomy and functional morphology: a case study of modern and Cretaceous diving birds Dr. Alyssa Bell T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2849.pdf
4885 Angolan fossil vertebrates and geotectonic influences inform Cretaceous and Cenozoic paleoenvironments of Africa Dr. Louis Jacobs T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4885.pdf
3437 A fossil biota indicates the presence of warm and wet lowlands in central Tibet during the late Oligocene Dr Feixiang Wu T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3437.pdf
2905 Why is sexual size dimorphism restricted to a single lineage of post-Triassic nautiloids? Dr. Kalyan Halder T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2905.pdf
2970 Geoarchaeology of the Douglas Korongo East and Bell's Korongo East sites, Olduvai Gorge: Preliminary results Dr. Cynthia M. Fadem T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2970.pdf
5462 The influence of coastal and marine geology on archaeological occupation in Pondoland: the South African Wild Coast Dr. Hayley Cawthra T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 5462.pdf
4903 Biogeographic mixing in the Maastrichtian of Angola Dr. Louis Jacobs T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4903.pdf
2414 First report on Trace Fossils from flysch sediments of Nagaland, Northeast India and their Significance Dr. Hemanta Singh Rajkumar T44.15 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2414.pdf
2047 Plio-Pleistocene hominin evolution in the Malawi Rift: Persistent C3 vegetation in heterogeneous wooded savanna ecosystems Mrs. Tina Luedecke T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2047.pdf
4166 Mio-Pliocene environmental changes in Southern Africa Dr. Loïc SEGALEN T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4166.pdf
3019 Evaluating aridity using triple oxygen isotopes in tooth enamel Ms. Sophie B. Lehmann T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 3019.pdf
5460 Evidence for former land surfaces on the emergent South Coast shelf, South Africa Dr. Hayley Cawthra T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 5460.pdf
2495 Subtropical precipitation and the evolution of ocean temperature gradients over the last 5 million years Dr. Natalie Burls T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 2495.pdf
763 (U-Th)-He dating of CaCO3 speleothems: a new perspective for dating fossil-bearing cave deposits Mr. Tebogo Vincent Makhubela T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 763.pdf
1031 Palaeoclimatic implications of summer breeding frog taxa from Langebaanweg at 5.1 Mya at the south-western tip of Africa Dr. Thalassa Matthews T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 1031.pdf
4599 Assessing the fidelity of fossil marine microvertebrate oxygen isotope signatures and their potential palaeo-ecological and -climatic utility Dr. Milo Barham T44.11 - Palaeontology and Palaeo-anthropology PDF icon 4599.pdf
1012 Biostratigraphic succession of acanthomorphic acritarchs of the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation at the Yangtze Gorges area and its implication for the global correlation Prof. Pengju Liu T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 1012.pdf
3358 New record of organic-walled, morphologically distinct microfossils from the late Paleoproterozoic Changcheng Group in the Yanshan Range, North China Ms. Lanyun Miao T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 3358.pdf
4705 Decimeter-scale multicellular eukaryotes from the 1.56-billion-year-old Gaoyuzhuang Formation, North China Prof. Maoyan Zhu T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 4705.pdf
4276 Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes: Evidence from Proterozoic successions of India Dr. Mukund Sharma T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 4276.pdf
1684 Biostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy and kerogen paleothermometry of the Proterozoic Mbuji-Mayi Supergroup (Kasaï, Democratic Republic of Congo) Mr. Blaise KABAMBA BALUDIKAY T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 1684.pdf
720 Unraveling biological information from early single-celled eukaryotes in the Paleo-Mesoproterozoic Ruyang Group, North China Dr. Ke Pang T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 720.pdf
2421 Evolutionary trends of the earliest eukaryotes: evidence from the 1.8 Ga Changcheng Group and the 1.7-1.4 Ga Ruyang Group, North China Craton Dr. Heda Agic T44.10 - Origin and diversification of Precambrian eukaryotes PDF icon 2421.pdf

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