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  1. On the stratigraphy and paleobotany of the Cenozoic plant beds of the Sendai area by Haruo Okutsu, 1955
  2. Bibliography of North American paleobotany for 1985 by Gary E Dolph, 1986
  3. Index of generic names of fossil plants, 1974-1978: Based on the Compendium index of paleobotany of the U.S. Geological Survey (Geological Survey bulletin ; 1517) by Arthur Dwight Watt, 1981
  4. Contributions to Pennsylvanian paleobotany Mazocarpon oedipternum,: Sp. nov. and Sigillarian relationships, (Illinois.State geological survey.Report of investigations) by James Morton Schopf, 1941
  5. Introduction To Paleobotany by ArnoldChesterA, 1947
  6. Paleobotany of Porto Rico (New York Academy of Sciences. Scientific survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands) by Arthur Hollick, 1928
  7. The stratigraphy of the Stephahanian rocks of the Sabero Coalfield, León (NW. Spain) and an investigation of the fossil flora: Part 3, Systematic paleobotany, pecopterids (Palaeontographica) by John A Knight, 1985
  8. Laboratory exercises in paleobotany and vertebrate paleontology by Greg J Retallack, 1985
  9. Report on European paleobotany, 1939-1947 by Olof H Selling, 1948
  10. Contributions to Pennsylvanian paleobotany: Notes on the Lepidocarpaceae (Illinois State Geological Survey. Circular) by James Morton Schopf, 1941
  11. Upper Pennyslvanian coals and associated rocks : depositional environments, sedimentation, paleontology, and paleobotany : upper Ohio River Valley, NE ... Section, Geological Society of America) by Aureal T Cross, 1988
  12. Growth of paleobotany in relation to biostratigraphy of India (Sir Albert Charles Seward Memorial lecture) by A. K Ghosh, 1979
  13. Introduction to Paleobotany by Arnold Ca, 1947
  14. Tertiary stratigraphy and paleobotany of the Cook Inlet region, Alaska: Discussion of stratigraphic significance of fossil plants from the Chickaloon, ... of the Cook Inlet region, Alaska) by Jack A Wolfe, 1966

81. PBIO 460/560 Paleobotany: Winter 2000
Ohio University paleobotany - PBIO 460/560 Winter Quarter 2000. Call s 04455 04461. courses/460-560-00gwr/
Ohio University - Paleobotany - PBIO 460/560 Winter Quarter 2000

82. Science Search > Paleobotany
6. paleobotany Type Catalog and Collection A searchable catalog containing information on type specimens of fossil plants, algae and fungi.

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Preliminary land ecosystem maps of the world since the Last Glacial Maximum. detailed information Rating: [7.00] Votes: [2030] Links for Palaeobotanists Links for Palaeobotanists detailed information Rating: [6.00] Votes: [1085] A History of Palaeozoic Forests, by Hans Kerp This web version contains the original illustrations as appeared in the printed version and many links directly relate detailed information Rating: [6.00] Votes: [1976]

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What We Do. paleobotany is the study of all aspects of ancient plants, including their anatomy, morphology, evolution, and ecological relationships.
PLANT PALEOBIOLOGY Reconstruction of an Early Miocene landscape, Great Plains of North America J.H. Maternes mural, U.S. Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution What We Do Paleobotany is the study of all aspects of ancient plants, including their anatomy, morphology, evolution, and ecological relationships. Most paleobotanical research involves the study of variously-preserved larger plant fossils, including wood, leaves, cones, flowers, seeds, etc. Palynology is a specialized field within paleobotany, dedicated to the study of microscopic plant remains, including spores and pollen grains. Palynology is an important tool in oil exploration, where both the age of specific rock layers and the environment of deposition can be determined using the palynomorphs preserved in the rocks. Palynology is also valuable for the reconstruction of ancient ecosystems. Paleoecology involves the reconstruction of various aspects of ancient ecosystems. Since plants are the defining elements in most terrestrial communities, paleobotanical and palynological research provides a means to reconstruct the major components of terrestrial ecosystems. Such studies can include the composition and distribution of various community elements; the prevailing climate with respect to temperature and rainfall; and patterns of vegetation dynamics (succession) in response to factors such as climatic change, volcanism, fire, and hydrologic disturbance. Reconstruction of the plant components of ancient ecosystems provides a basis for defining the nature of the interactions between plants and the animals present in ancient communities.

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87. Paleobotany Of Australia And New Zealand Conifers
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Paleobotany of Australia and New Zealand conifers Source: All text below this point is quoted verbatim. Pole, M. (1993). Keeping in touch: vegetation prehistory on both sides of the Tasman. Australian Systematic Botany At the end of the Cretaceous New Zealand broke away from the Australian-Antarctic continental mass and was physically isolated by the Tasman Sea. Early in the Tertiary New Zealand moved a long way north relative to Australia, but with the rapid northward movement of Australia, starting in the Eocene, Australia overtook New Zealand, so that much of the South Island of New Zealand now lies south of Tasmania. The northward and relative movements of the two blocks provide an interesting framework for comparing the development of their vegetation. In the Late Cretaceous New Zealand and Australia were physically attached and shared a flora dominated by podocarp and araucarian conifers and deciduous angiosperms, consistent with growth in a polar latitude with periods of winter darkness. When New Zealand broke away and moved north, a typically evergreen angiosperm-dominated flora developed. This showed similarities to the extant and fossil flora of the Australian mainland. To the south, Tasmania developed a quite distinct flora often dominated by conifers.

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92. Paleobotany And Paleoclimate Of The Southern Colorado Plateau (page 1 Of 2)
Researchpaleobotany and paleoclimate of the southern Colorado Plateau (page 1 of 2). Adapted by R. Scott Anderson from R. Scott Anderson
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Adapted by R. Scott Anderson from R. Scott Anderson, Julio L. Betancourt, Jim I. Mead, Richard H. Hevly, David P. Adam. 2000. Middle- and late-Wisconsin paleobotanic and paleoclimatic records from the southern Colorado Plateau, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
The biota of the Colorado Plateau during the middle (50,000-27,500 B.P.) and late (27,500-14,000 B.P.) Wisconsin time periods was dramatically different from that seen today. Evidence for these significant changes is found in packrat middens alluvial and cave sites, and in ancient

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Museum paleobotany collection This collection includes excellent plant fossils from the Late Devonian Cleveland Shale (360 million years ago) not known
Museum Paleobotany collection

This collection includes excellent plant fossils from the Late Devonian Cleveland Shale (360 million years ago) not known anywhere else in the world and the Zimmerman Collection of 1,000 specimens of petrified wood, mostly from the western United States. The largest holding in the collection is the Hoskins Collection of 25,000 fossil plant specimens from North America and around the world.
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Studying the Deccan Intertrappean flora of India in relation to the environment and assessing the age of the sediments that preserved the plant matter; working on the flora of the Late Devonian Cleveland Shale and contemporary rocks in relation to their systematics, significance in evolution and depositional environment.
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95. BSA 1998 - Paleobotany Section Index, By Author
1998 Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America 26 August, 1998 Baltimore, MD. paleobotany Section Abstract Index, By Author.
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  • AXSMITH, BRIAN J.*, THOMAS N. TAYLOR, AND EDITH L. TAYLOR. - A new cheirolepidiaceous conifer from the Lower Jurassic of North America.
  • BUECHLER, WALTER K.*, MICHAEL T. DUNN, AND WILLIAM C. REMBER. - The Late Miocene Pickett Creek flora. [Poster]
  • COOK, MARTHA E.* AND WILLIAM E. FRIEDMAN. - Development of tracheids in the basal extant vascular plant Huperzia lucidula (Lycopodiaceae): implications for the early evolution of plant water-conducting cells.
  • CORDI, JENNIFER. - Devonian vascular plant groups and the inference of macroevolutionary pattern and process: a phylogenetic comparative approach to the analysis of trends in early vascular plant evolution.
  • CRESSLER, WALTER. - A diverse Late Devonian flora preserved in a fluvial setting, north-central Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  • 96. Paleobotany
    Idaho State University American Association of Museums, paleobotany. The Paleonbotany collection is comprise of approximately 400 specimens of extinct plants.
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    The Paleonbotany collection is comprise of approximately 400 specimens of extinct plants. It is central to the Museum's research, exhibits, and educational programs in archaeology, paleontology, and botany. This collection is used by faculty and students of Idaho State University as well as by other researchers from the region.
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    97. Faculty Research Interest Paleobotany Penn State Institutes Of
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    99. Paleobotany. The American Heritage® Dictionary Of The English Language: Fourth
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