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         Paleobotany:     more books (100)
  1. Stratigraphy and Paleobotany (Memoir - Geological Society of America ; 150) by L. J. Hickey, 1977-06
  2. Contribution in the Paleobotany of the Eocene of Texas by O. M. Ball, 1931
  3. A contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas (Bulletin of the A & M college of Texas. 4th ser, v.2, no. 5 , May 1, 1931. Professional paper) by Oscar Melville Ball, 1931
  4. Contributions to the paleobotany of middle and South America, (The Johns Hopkins University studies in geology) by Edward Wilber Berry, 1939
  5. Paleobotany Part II Triassic Thru Plioce (Paleobotany) by Thomas N.Taylor, Edith L. Smoot, 1997-06
  6. Principles of Paleobotany 2ND Edition by DarrahWilliamC, 1960
  7. Textbook of paleobotany, (The Century biological series, Robert Hegner, editor) by William Culp Darrah, 1939
  8. Paleobotany, Paleoecology, and Evolution Vol. 1 & 2 (1 & 2) by Karl J. Niklas, 1981
  9. Paleobotany: A sketch of the origin and evolution of floras by Edward Wilber Berry, 1920
  10. Paleobotany: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Science, 3rd ed.</i> by Bill Freedman, 2004
  11. Historical Perspective of Early Twentieth Century Carboniferous Paleobotany in North America: In Memory of William Culp Darrah (Memoir (Geological Society of America))
  13. Paleobotany: An Introduction to Fossil Plant Biology by Thomas N. Taylor, 1981-11
  14. Systematic and Taxonomic Approaches in Paleobotany (Systematics Association Special Volume) by R. A. Spicer, B. A. Thomas, 1987-02-26

21. Paleobotany GL 310 Syllabus
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22. Palaeontographica (since 1846)
Scholarly journal published in two series. Series A (Abt. A) is devoted to paleozoological papers while Series B (Abt. B) deals with papers on paleobotany. German and English.
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(Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte der Vorzeit) Palaeontographica publishes original monographic contributions of paleozoological contents of less than 80 printed pages in Palaeontgraphica's large format of 9.2 by 12.3 inches (23 x 31 cm) [instructions for authors] ) Its claim to fame is the large format and very high quality plates. Palaeontograpica is thematically subdivided in two Abteilungen (sections):
Abteilung A publishes papers on paleozoological and stratigraphic problems while papers published in Abteilung B deal with paleophytological (paleobotanical) problems and their application to stratigraphy.
Back issues of most of the issues listed below are still available today. Please contact us for availability and price.
A printed index of all papers published in Palaeontographica between 1846 and 1996 is available for EUR 4./US$ 5. directly from the publisher ( order

paleobotany. paleobotany can be a dynamic and contributing science to a working knowledge of biological systems of the past, present, and possibly the future.
A Brief Introduction to
Although most of the "green things" that populate our oceans and continents don't have the ability to move about and, hence, grab out attention, the world's biota couldn't exist without these organisms. The Plant Kingdom is the base of Earth's food chain and, as such, is the foundation for all life as we know it today, in the recent past, and in the deep past. That's not to say that today's biota is exactly like that of the past. Indeed, there have been dramatic changes in the base of the food chain since its first appearance. Documentation of these changes and understanding the reasons for these changes is only part of what Paleobotany - the study of fossil plants sensu latu (in the broad sense) - attempts to do.
Those scientists who actively pursue study of these seemingly "uninteresting" organisms have devised several approaches to examine life's history that can be separated into two broad categories TRADITIONAL and INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES. Traditional approaches follow methodologies established during and immediately after the Renaissance, while Integrative approaches are based upon methodologies that could only be established following advances in technology of the 20 th Century. Advances in analytical techniques in the next several decades will, once again, change the way in which we approach this and other disciplines but, the traditional approaches will remain basic to all avenues of research. If you don't know how it was preserved, what it is, how it is constructed, and what is its life cycle, you can't take the organism(s) and use it with any amount of credibility for more synthetic approaches in our desire to develop local, regional, and global models of how Earth works.

24. Agathis Australis Description
, range, dendrochronologic studies, ethnobotany, and paleobotany.......New Zealand kauri tree
'Mother' tree and offspring, Nature Loop, Puketi Forest. Large tree about 3 m diameter [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
The 'Square Kauri', a large tree near the crest of the Coromandel Peninsula. Observation platform at base of tree gives scale [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Bark on a tree 20 cm diameter, Kaueranga Valley [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Bark on a large tree; view about 50 cm across [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Branch abscision on a tree 15 cm diameter [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Foliage from the crown of the Square Kauri [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
New foliage on an epicormic shoot; tree in Kaueranga Valley [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Foliage and cone (Hortus Botanicus Catinensis 2000).
Distribution map ( Metcalf 2002
Trees in mixed forest above Waihoanga Gorge, Puketi Forest. Globular crown of a large kauri is outlined in red. Pyramidal crowns of a stand of young kauris are outlined in blue [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].
Tane Mahuta, currently thought to be the largest living kauri, in Waipoua Forest. In Maori cosmology, Tane is the son of Ranginui the Sky Father and Papatuanuku the Earth Mother. Tane tore his parents apart, breaking their primal embrace, to bring light, space and air and allowing life to flourish. Tane is the lifegiver - all living creatures are his children (Department of Conservation sign at the tree). Canoe at Waitangi Treaty Grounds, made from two kauri logs [C.J. Earle, Mar-2003].

25. Paleobotany In Antarctica
paleobotany in Antarctica. Collecting Permineralized Fossil Plants from Jurassic Sediments of the Transantarctic Mountains, Southern Victoria Land.
Paleobotany in Antarctica Collecting Permineralized Fossil Plants from Jurassic Sediments of the Transantarctic Mountains, Southern Victoria Land To: Other Paleobotanical Web Sites Last update: 12 Jan. 1998 by the Ohio University SCIENTIFIC IMAGING FACILITY Webmaster:Gar W. Rothwell (

26. Paleobotany In Antarctica-Participants
paleobotany in Antarctica. Edie is a Profssor of Botany and Senior Curator in the Division of paleobotany of the Natural History Museum, University of Kansas.
Paleobotany in Antarctica For the 1997-1998 Field Season the Participants Include Four Team Members and Two Guest Collectors Thomas N. Taylor, University of Kansas ( This is the 9th Antarctic season for Tom, who started comming to the "ice" in 1985. He is Professor of Botany, and Professor and Chair of the Department of Systematics and Ecology, and Senior Curator of Paleobotany at the Natural History Muesum and Biodiversity Research Center at the University of Kansas. His research interests, in addition to Antarctic Permian, Triassic and Jurassic plants, include fossil fungi through time and fossil symbioses. He is co-author with Edith L. Taylor of the text book, "The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants".
Edith L. Taylor University of Kansas ( Edie is a Profssor of Botany and Senior Curator in the Division of Paleobotany of the Natural History Museum, University of Kansas. Her first field season was at the Beardmore Glacier camp in 1985-86. This year marks her 6th season collecting fossil plants in Antarctica. Her research interests include Permian, Triassic and Jurassic floras from Antarctica. She is especially interested in studying fossil plants for evidence of ancient climates and is analyzing tree rings from Antarctic fossil forests. Gar W. Rothwell, Professor of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University (

27. Department Of Geological Sciences, U Of M
Evolutionary paleobotany, University of Michigan.
Robyn J. Burnham Associate Professor
Ph.D. Botany, University of Washington, 1987 Paleobotany, Paleoecology
Geological Sciences
University of Michigan
2534 C.C. Little Building, 425 E. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1063
Voice: 734-647-2585; Fax: 734-936-1380
Email: Personal Pages Ruthven Museum Search Sponsored Research Database ( hints Research Interests Dr. Burnham is interested in the evolution of modern tropical ecosystems from the earliest angiosperm-dominated environments of the Mesozoic up to and including complex tropical rainforests of the modern Amazon Basin. Specifically, her research efforts have been directed toward reconstructing ancient forests from the patterns of plant litter preserved in the fossil record. She has determined that under certain conditions, the fossil record can be extremely reliable in its reflection of community and species-level parameters that describe structure and resources of ancient forests. Current research efforts are directed toward the extant and fossil history of vines and lianas and their role in ecosystems over time. Research projects involve: liana distribution and diversity in modern Amazonian Ecuador; Miocene fossil plants from Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia; and plant taphonomy in tropical lowlands of South America.
Selected Publications ournal of Tropical Ecology

28. Paleobotany Links
paleobotanyrelated links. International Organization of paleobotany The international organization of paleobotanists. Has links to many other sites.
Part of the Botanical Society of America 's website. Index
Paleobotany Awards


Bibliography of American Paleobotany.
Officers and Bylaws

Paleobotany links
Paleobotany-related links.
University of California Museum of Paleontology , Berkeley, CA UCMP houses one of the world's largest holdings of Tertiary plant assemblages from western North America. To visit the collections or borrow material please contact Dr. Diane M. Erwin Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida A large (200,000+) collection of primarily Cretaceous and Tertiary material from southeastern United States and Western United States. Visitors and researchers are always welcome to use the collection. Loan requests should be directed to Dr. D.M. Jarzen Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists (with an Upper Triassic bias). This is a nice set of links for paleobotanists including fossil information, teaching, booksellers, etc. Also search links for finding paleobotanists around the world. Administrator of URL: Klaus-Peter Kelber, Institute of Mineralogy, University of Wuerzburg, Am Hubland, D-97074 Wuerzburg, Germany

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Paleontology, paleobotany, and pollen analysis links.

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30. Plant Glossary -
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Plants A B C D ... Z Click on an underlined word for more information on that subject. If the plant term you are looking for is not in the dictionary, please e-mail us A ABAXIAL
Abaxial means being located on the side away from the axis . The abaxial surface of a leaf is its underside. ABSCISIC ACID Abscisic acid is a plant hormone that inhibits growth, causes the abscission of leaves, induces dormancy, closes stomata, and triggers other phenomena in response to adverse conditions. ABSCISSION Abscission is the normal separation of a leaf , fruit, or flower from a plant. Abscisic acid is the plant hormone involved in abscission. ABSCISSION ZONE The abscission zone is the area at the base of leaf's petiole, a fruit stalk, or a branch in which the separation (abscission) layer develops. The disintegration of this layer causes a

31. Internet Directory For Botany
Alphabetical list of links pertaining to paleobotany.
The Internet Directory for Botany - Subject Category List and the Helsinki mirror site of the Internet Directory for Botany - Alphabetical List have been closed. The main page of the Internet Directory for Botany in Canada is still accessible.

32. The URL For The Paleobotany Laboratory At Weston Observatory Has
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33. Paleobotany And Palynology
Paleobotanical and palynological holdings of the museum. Site contains type collection information, publications data and image gallery.
Paleobotany and Palynology
at the Florida Museum of Natural History
Picture of Archaeanthus , a 100 million year old angiosperm.
Also, see the fossil.
Graduate degree programs in Paleontology and Paleobiology
Paleobotany and Palynology Staff, Students and Alumni

Paleontological resources
Paleobotany/Palynology Image Gallery

The FLMNH Paleobotanical Collection includes approximately 300,000 specimens. This is a conservative estimate that does not take into account the fact that an individual hand sample may contain more than one fossil of interest. In addition, the facility houses the John W. Hall paleobotanical collection (approximately 20,000 specimens) currently on a long-term loan from the University of Minnesota. The collection is international in scope, ranging from the Proterozoic to the Pleistocene, and including collections from 47 countries. Particular strengths of the collection are: Cretaceous of the US western interior, Cretaceous and Eocene of southeastern North America, Eocene and Oligocene of the Pacific northwest, and Pennsylvanian of Indiana and Illinois. Systematically the greatest strength of the collection is in Cretaceous-Tertiary angiosperms, which are represented by large numbers of well-preserved fruits and flowers as well as leaves and wood. A majority of publications generated by the collection have dealt with angiosperm systematics, but publications also have been generated on algae, fungi, lycopods, ferns, seed ferns, conifers, and insect mines and have been used to address questions of phylogeny, paleogeography, and paleoclimate.

34. AASP Portal For Palynology
paleobotany. North American Plant Macrofossil Database. The Paleobotanical Section of the Botanical Society of America. The index
Palynology Portal main page. update 18 August 2001.

35. Paleobotany



36. Education World® - *Science : Physical Science : Earth Science : Paleontology :
Florida Museum of Natural History paleobotany and Palynology. Hans paleobotany Pages Website on fossil plants. Hazlegrove House King s Bruton Jnr.

37. Paleobotany
N A T U R A L H I S T O R Y M U S E U M S A N D R E S E A R C H C E N T E R S. Email P A L E O B O T A N Y.
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(Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen)
Denmark The Collection of Invertebrate and Plant Type Palaeontological Collection - The Type Collection , is a depository of scientifically described and figured fossil invertebrates and plant specimens from Denmark and Greenland. About 22,000 specimens are registrated in the Type Collection which includes rich invertebrate collections of fossils from the Danish Cretaceous, Tertiary and Quaternary deposits, and many specimens from the Mesozoic and Palaeozoic exposures on Bornholm, together with well preserved specimens of cephalopods, plant fossils and rich Palaeozoic material from Greenland. Museon
The Netherlands Geology The Museon has some exquisite petrified wood exhibits in all colours of the rainbow.

38. Paleobotany
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology paleobotany. ..Hans paleobotany Pages, ..Pteridosperms Carboniferous Seed Ferns.
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology Paleobotany Hans' Paleobotany Pages Pteridosperms : Carboniferous Seed Ferns History of Palaeozoic Forests The First Forests ... Introduction to the Progymnosperms

39. Hans' Paleobotany Pages
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology paleobotany Hans paleobotany Pages. ..Silurian The oldest land plants (1), ..Carboniferous
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology Paleobotany Hans' Paleobotany Pages Silurian - The oldest land plants (1) Carboniferous* - The horsetail tree Calamites Devonian - The oldest land plants (2) Carboniferous* - The gymnospermous tree... ... Cretaceous - New! The tree fern Tempskya

40. Search Results For Paleobotany - Encyclopædia Britannica
1), paleobotany from sciences paleobotany is the study of fossil plants. 3), Williamson, William Crawford English naturalist, a founder of modern paleobotany.

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