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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN PALEOBOTANY

FOR 2001

Paleobotanical Section
Botanical Society of America

Compiled under the auspices
of the Paleobotanical Section, Botanical Society of America
by
Wilson A. Taylor
Departmet of Biology
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Eau Claire, WI 54701


(Issued July, 2002)

ISBN 0-939201-11-9


CONTENTS

**The author would like to express his thanks to Dr. Patricia Gensel for the information on Dr. Henry Andrews and the cover illustration, and to Ms. Faith Bogstad for her tireless editorial efforts.


In Memoriam: Henry N. Andrews, Jr., Paleobotanist, Educator and Explorer, 1910-2002

Dr. Henry N. Andrews, Jr. 91, Professor Emeritus at the University of Connecticut and member, National Academy of Sciences and Phi Beta Kappa, died March 3, 2002 in Concord, New Hampshire. He had lived in Sanbornton, New Hampshire since his retirement in 1975.

Henry was born in Melrose, Massachusetts June 15, 1910 and graduated from Melrose High School. He received his BS in Food Technology at MIT in 1934. After becoming interested in fossils because of a course with paleontologist Herve Shimer, Henry then spent a year taking courses in “things he was interested in” (plants and paleontology) under the guidance of Professor Ray E. Torrey at the University of Massachusetts. This led him to become acquainted with Edgar Anderson, who offered Henry support for graduate study in botany at Washington University. He received his M.S. and Ph.D degrees in 1937 and 1939, respectively, from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, under the direction of Dr. Robert Woodson. During that time he also studied at Cambridge University with H. H. Thomas and worked at the British Museum of Natural History. He also studied fossil plants in Belgian coal mines, supported by a Belgian American Educational Foundation fellowship. While at Washington University, Henry met Lib (Elisabeth Ham), whom he married in 1939.

Henry was appointed instructor at the Henry Shaw School of Botany at Washington University in 1940, where he established a dynamic and productive research program. He also joined the Missouri Botanical Garden staff as paleobotanist (1947-1964) and served for about five years as assistant to the director. He became the administrative head (The Dean) of the Botany Deptartment at Washington University, and also served as a temporary staff member of the U. S. Geological Survey. He was a Fulbright lecturer at Poona University, India. Twice a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, Henry also received a special Guggenheim award for exploratory research that led to his Arctic expeditions. Henry left St. Louis in 1964 to become Head, first of Botany (1964-67) and then of the Systematics and Environmental Section of the Biological Sciences Group at the University of Connecticut (1967-1970). He retired in 1975. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences that same year.

Henry made major contributions to the study of Upper Carboniferous coal-ball plants in his earlier years, then shifted to investigating Devonian plants. Along with his students, Professor Andrews studied representative taxa of nearly every major plant group present in the Upper Carboniferous, often presenting a first modern description and assessment of their significance. Similarly, he published ground-breaking papers on first Late, then Early Devonian plants from the US and Canadian Arctic. Henry truly enjoyed natural history and exploration. He was a superb writer and educator. He published numerous papers and authored or co-authored four books, including a popular account about plant fossils, Ancient Plants and the World They Lived In (1947), a paleobotany text Studies in Paleobotany (1961), a profile of paleobotanists entitled The Fossil Hunters (1980), and, with P.G. Gensel, Plant Life in the Devonian (1984). Henry also prepared a comprehensive account of fossil ferns for the Traité de Paleobotanique, ed. E. Boureau (1971). He compiled and published two volumes of the Index to Generic names of Fossil Plants as part of his work with the USGS. In both his teaching and his writing, Henry demonstrated the love of exploration, curiosity and wisdom that marks his work and made his presentations about paleobotany and natural history memorable for students, colleagues and laypersons alike.

Henry was a member of the Botanical Society of America (recipient of the Merit Award, 1966, Chairman of the Paleobotanical Section), a Fellow of the Geological Society of America, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a member of the Torrey Botanical Club (and assistant editor for several years), The New England Botanical Club, Sigma Xi, The Palaeontological Society, and the International Organization for Palaeobotany (served as Secretary and Vice-President). He also was an Honorary member of the Paleobotanical Society of India and a charter member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. He was recognized on several occasions for his volunteer service, involving the interpretation or preservation of natural or historical areas/sites by the State of New Hampshire.

Henry and his wife Lib were well known for their wonderful hospitality wherever they lived, be it Missouri, Connecticut, New Hampshire, India, or England. They generously and graciously shared their knowledge, wisdom, and resources, hosting and helping colleagues, foreign visitors, students, friends, and family, thus touching the lives of many in numerous ways.

Henry is survived by two sons, Hollings T. Andrews of Gainesboro, Tennessee (a botanist) and Henry N. Andrews III of Westfield, New Jersey; a daughter Nancy Andrews Adams of Sanbornton, New Hampshire, grandchildren Eric N. Andrews and Heather A. Pippin, a great-grandson, and cousins, nieces and nephews.

Books

  • 1947 Ancient Plants and the World they lived in. Ithaca, NY: Comstock Publishing Co., 279 pp. (reprinted 1963)
  • 1955 Index of Generic Names of Fossil Plants, 1820-1950. U.S. Geological Survey Bull., 1013: 262 pp.
  • 1961 Studies in Paleobotany. New York, NY: John Wiley, 487 pp.
  • 1970 Index of Generic Names of Fossil Plants, 1820-1965. U.S. Geological Survey Bull., 1300, 354 pp.
  • 1980 The Fossil Hunters. Ithaca, New York, Cornell University Press, 421 pp.
  • 1984 Plant Life in the Devonian. (with P.G. Gensel) New York: Praeger Publishers, 380 pp.

Articles

  • 1936
    • A new Sequoioxylon from Florissant, Colorado. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard., 23: 439-443.\
    • Transitional pitting in tracheids of Psilotum (with J.A. Moore). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 23: 151-156.
  • 1939
    • An apparent double sporophyte in Polytrichum commune L. Torreya 39: 69-72.
  • 1940
    • On the stelar anatomy of the pteridosperms with particular reference to the secondary wood. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 27: 51-118.
  • 1941
    • Dichophyllum moorei and certain associated seeds. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 28: 375-384.
    • On the flora of the Frontier Formation of southwestern Wyoming. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 28: 165-192.
  • 1942
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. I. Scleropteris, gen.nov., Mesoxylon and Amyelon. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 29: 1-18.
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. II. Lepidocarpon. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 29:19-34.
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. V. Heterangium. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 29: 275-282.
    • A fossil araucarian wood from western Wyoming (with E. Pannell). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 29: 285-286.
  • 1943
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. VI. Certain filicinean fructifications. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 30: 429-442.
    • Notes on the genus Tempskya. Am. Midl. Nat. 29: 133-136.
    • On the vascular anatomy of the cycadeoid cone axis. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 30: 421-427.
    • A mycorrhizome from the Carboniferous of Illinois (with L. W. Lenz). Torrey Bot. Club. Bull. 70: 120-125.
  • 1945
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. VII. Some pteridosperm stems from Iowa. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 32: 323-360.
    • The pine fern- a living link with the past. Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 33: 84-90.
    • Cytoplasmic hybrids in Penicillium notatum (with C. C. Lendegren). Torrey Bot. Club. Bull. 72: 361-366.
  • 1946
    • Preservation of plants as fossils. Earth Sci. Dig. 1: 3-7.
    • Ancient plants of the west. A fossil hunting trip in Idaho. Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 34: 85-89.
      Coal balls—a key to the past. Sci. Mon. 62: 327-334.
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. VIII. Another Medullosa from Iowa (with J.A. Kernen). Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 33: 141-147.
    • Contributions to our knowledge of American Carboniferous floras. IX. Some petrified seeds from Iowa (with E. M. Kern.). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 33: 291-306.
    • The Gallatin fossil forest (with L. W. Lenz). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 33: 309-313.
  • 1947
    • The King’s pines. Historical New Hampshire (N. H. Hist. Soc.) March, pp. 1-14.
    • The Idaho Tempskyas and associated fossil plants (with E. M. Kern). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 34: 119-186.
    • Fossil polypores from Idaho (with L. W. Lenz). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 34: 113-114.
  • 1948
    • A Crossotheca from northern Illinois (with S. H. Mamay). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 35: 203-204.
    • A note on Fomes idahoensis Brown. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 35: 207.
    • Some evolutionary trends in the pteridosperms. Bot. Gaz. 110: 13-31.
  • 1949
    • Nucellangium, a new genus of fossil seeds previously assigned to Lepidocarpon. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 36: 479-504.
  • 1950
    • A fossil osmundaceous tree-fern from Brazil. Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 77: 29-34.
    • A contribution to our knowledge of the anatomy of Botryopteris (with S. H. Mamay). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 77: 462-494.
  • 1951
    • American coal ball floras. Bot. Rev. 17: 430-469.
    • A new American species of Bowmanites. Bot. Gaz. 113: 158-165.
  • 1952
    • Some American petrified calamitean stems. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 39: 189-218.
    • A brief conspectus of American coal ball studies (with S. H. Mamay). Palaeobotanist 2: 66-72.
    • The gametophyte of Cardiocarpus Graham (with C. J. Felix). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 39: 27-135.
  • 1953
    • Some American Medullosas (with S. H. Mamay). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 40: 183-209.
  • 1955
    • Some recent advances in morphological palaeobotany. Phytomorphology 5: 372-393.
  • 1956
    • A note on the nodal anatomy of Ankyropteris glabra Baxter. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 43: 379-380.
    • A new fossil plant from the New Albany shale with some comments on the origin of land vascular plants (with K. S. Alt). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 43: 355-378.
  • 1957
    • A study of Botryopteris globosa Darrah (with W. H. Murdy). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 84: 252-267.
  • 1958
    • Lepidophloios—and ontogeny in arborescent lycopods (with W. H. Murdy). Am. J. Bot. 45: 552-560.
  • 1959
    • Evolutionary trends in early vascular plants. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia 24: 217-234.
    • Notes on a visit to Leningrad and Moscow. AIBS Bull., November: 14-16.
  • 1960
    • Calamophyton bicephalum, a new species from the Middle Devonian of Belgium (with S. Leclercq). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 47: 1-23.
  • 1961
    • Plant riddles in the rocks—their contribution to evolutionary studies. Sir Albert Charles Seward Memorial Lecture. Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow, 7 pp.
    • The extra-stelar tissues of certain American calamite axes (with T. S. Mahabale). Professor S. P. Agharkar Commemoration Volume, 1961: 89-96.
  • 1962
    • A new fern from the American Carboniferous (with S. N. Agashe). Palaeobotanist 11: 46-48.
  • 1963
    • Arctic Island—a botanical trip to Ellesmere Land. Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 51: 17-23.
    • Botany in Ellesmere Island. Wash. Univ. Alumni Mag., Spring: 50-55.
    • Early seed plants. Science 142: 925-931.
    • Hill Stations of India: Appalachia, December Issue, p. 663-677.
    • An occurrence of the medullosan seed-fern Sutcliffia in the American Carboniferous (with T. L. Phillips). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 50: 29-51.
  • 1964
    • Return to Ellesmere Land. Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 52: 1-9.
  • 1965
    • Some exceptionally large calamite stems (with S. N. Agashe). Phytomorphology 15: 103-108.
    • A fructification of Anachoropteris from the middle Pennsylvanian of Illinois (with T. L. Phillips). Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 52 (3): 251-261.
    • Palaeobotanical studies in Arctic Canada. I. Archaeopteris from Ellesmere Island (with T. L. Phillips and N. W. Radforth). Can. J. Bot. 43: 545-556.
  • 1966
    • Some recent developments in our understanding of pteridophyte and early gymnosperm evolution. Plant Biology Today, Wadsworth, pp. 114-145.
    • Catenopteris simplex gen. et sp. nov., a primitive pteridophyte from the upper Pennsylvanian of Illinois (with T. L. Phillips). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 93: 117-128.
    • Erect plants in the early Silurian of Maine (with J. M. Schopf, E. Mencher, and A. J. Boucot). U. S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Paper 550D: D69- D75.
  • 1968
    • The Long Range Mountains of Newfoundland (with F. M. Hueber and A. E. Kasper). Appalachia, Dec. 1968: 288-299.
    • Psilophyton forbesii, a new Devonian plants from northern Maine (with A. E. Kasper and E. Mencher). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 95: 1-11.
    • Rhacophyton from the Upper Devonian of West Virginia (with T. L. Phillips). J. Linn. Soc. Lond. 61: 37-64.
    • Biscalitheca (Coenopteridales) from the Upper Pennsylvanian of Illinois (with T. L. Phillips). Palaeontology 11: 104-115.
  • 1969
    • Kaulangiophyton, a new genus of plants from the Devonian of Maine (with P. G. Gensel and A. E. Kasper). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 96: 265-276.
    • Canipa quadrifica, gen. et sp. nov., a synangial fructification from the Middle Pennsylvanian of West Virginia (with J. E. Skog and S. H. Mamay). Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 96:276-287.
  • 1970
    • Plant fossils of the Trout Valley formation (with A. E. Kasper). Maine Geol. Surv. Bull. 23: 3-16.
    • Filicophyta, in Boureau, E., Ed. Traité de Paleobotanique, V. 4, fasc. 1: Paris, Masson et Cie, 519 p. (with C. A. Arnold, E. Boureau, J. Doubinger and S. Leclercq).
  • 1971
    • A Devonian lycopod stem with well preserved cortical tissues (with C. B. Read and S. H. Mamay). Palaeontology 14: 1-9.
  • 1972
    • Pertica, a new genus of Devonian plants from northern Maine (with A. E. Kasper). Am. J. Bot. 59: 897-911.
    • Two heterosporous species of Archaeopteris from the Upper Devonian of West Virginia (with T. L. Phillips and P. G. Gensel). Palaeontographica 139B: 47-71.
  • 1974
    • Paleobotany, 1947-1972. In: M. Crosby et al. (Editor), 25 years of Botany. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 61: 179-202.
    • New fertile species of Psilophyton from the Devonian of Maine (with A. E. Kasper and W. H. Forbes). Am. J. Bot. 61: 339-359.
    • An apparently heterosporous plant from the Middle Devonian of New Brunswick (with P. G. Gensel and W. H. Forbes). Palaeontology 17: 387- 408.
  • 1975
    • A new species of Sawdonia with notes on the origin of microphylls and lateral sporangia (with P. G. Gensel and W. H. Forbes). Bot. Gaz. 136:50-62.
    • A new fossil plant of probable intermediate affinities (Trimerophyte-Progymnosperm) (with P. G. Gensel and A. E. Kasper). Canadian J. Bot. 53: 1719-1728.
  • 1976
    • A new species of Pertica from the Devonian of eastern Canada (with J. A. Granoff and P. G. Gensel). Palaeontographica 155B: 119-128.
    • The morphology and variation in Rhacophyton ceratangium from the Upper Devonian and its bearing on frond evolution (with B. Cornet and T. L. Phillips). Palaeontographica 158B: 105-129.
  • 1977
    • Early Devonian flora of the Trout Valley Formation of northern Maine (with A. E. Kasper, W. H. Forbes, P. G. Gensel, and W. G. Chaloner). Review Palaeobot. Palynol. 23: 255-285.
  • 1978
    • New occurrences of trimerophytes from the Devonian of eastern Canada (with J. B. Doran and P. G. Gensel). Can. J. Bot. 56: 3052-3068
  • 1987
    • The early evolution of land plants (with P. G. Gensel). American Scientist 75: 478-489.
  • 1988
    • Plant Paleontology in the State of Maine, a review (with A. E. Kasper, P. G. Gensel and W. H. Forbes). Maine Geological Survey C. T. Jackson 150th Anniversary Volume. Vol. 1: 109-128.
  • 1990
    • Frederick Maurice Wonnacott 1902-1990: International Organization of Palaeobotany Newsletter 43, p. 6-8.

 


TECHNIQUES

Boyce, C.K.

Boyce, C. K., Knoll, A. H., and Hazen, R. M. 2001. Nondestructive, in situ, cellular-scale mapping of elemental abundances including organic carbon in permineralized fossils. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 5970-5974.

Knoll, A.H.

Boyce, C.K., Hazen, R.M. and Knoll, A.H. 2001. Nondestructive, in situ, cellular scale mapping of organic carbon in fossils. Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences, USA 98: 5970-5974.


REVIEWS

Gee, C.T.

Gee, C.T. 2001. Book review of: Cleal, C.J. & Thomas, B.A. 1999. Plant Fossils: The History of Land Vegetation. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 29: 133-134.

Klavins, S.D.

Taylor, T. N. and Klavins, S.D. 2001. Review of: Cleal, C. J. and Thomas, B. A. 1999. Plant fossils: the history of land vegetation. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 116: 252.

Meyer, H.W.

Meyer, H.W. 2000. Book review of: Graham, A. 1999. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic History of North American Vegetation. Palaios 15: 493-494.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Review of Feldmann, R.M. and Hackathorn, M. [eds] Fossils of Ohio. Priscum 10(2): 20.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Review of Janis, C., Scott, K. and Jacobs, L. [eds] Evolution of Tertiary mammals of North America. Vol. 1. Terrestrial carnivores, ungulates and ungulatelike mammals. Priscum 10(2): 21-22.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Review of Long , J.A. Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and other animals of the Mesozoic era. Priscum 10(2): 22-23.

Rothwell, G.W.

Rothwell, G.W. 2002. in press Review of – Gensel, P.G. and Edwards, D. [eds.], 2001. Plants invade the land (perspectives in paleobiology and earth history). Columbia University Press, New York, 304 pp. Plant Systematics and Evolution.

Smith, U.R.

Smith, U. R., 2001. Poppies: A Guide to the Poppy Family in the Wild and in Cultivation; Grey-Wilson, Christopher, 2000. Plant Science Bulletin 47(4): 173.

Smith, U. R., 2002. Spatial Pattern Analysis in Plant Ecology; Dale, Mark R. T., 2000. Plant Science Bulletin 48(1): 24.

Srivastava, S.K.

Srivastava, S. K. 2000 Review of: Jones, T. P. and Rowe, N. P. [eds.], 1999. Fossil plants and spores: Modern techniques, Geological Society, London. AAPG Bulletin 84(2): 291.


BOOKS

DiMichele, W.A.

Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], 2000. Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, A Short Course. Paleontological Society Papers 6, 308 pp.

Johnson, K.R.

Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki, K. M., Johnson, K. R. 2001. Fossil flora and stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, series 4, no. 1, 218 pp.

McElwain, J.C.

Willis, K.J. and McElwain, J.C. 2002. The Evolution of Plants. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 352 pp.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Soils of the past: an introduction to paleopedology. 2nd edition. Blackwells, Oxford, 600 pp.

Sun, G.E.

Sun G., Zheng S.L., Dilcher D.L., Wang Y.D. and Mei S.W. 2001. Early angiosperms and their associated plants from western Liaoning, China. Shanghai Sci. Techn. Educ. Press. 227 pp.


GENERAL

Archangelsky, S.

Archangelsky, S., Edwards, D.,Gall, J.C., Lipps, J.H. and Ashley, G.M. 2000. Societies. In Lane, R.H., Steininger, F.F., Kaesler, R.L., Zigler, W. & Lipps, J. [eds.], Fossils and the future - Paleontology in the 21st. Century. Senckenberg Buch Nr. 74: 109-113.

Ash, S.R.

Ash, S. R. 2001. Plant-animal interactions: herbivory. In Briggs, D. E. G., and Crowther, P. R. [eds.], Palaeobiology II, 424-426. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.

Cressler, W.L.

Cressler, W.L. 2001. Evidence of Earliest Known Wildfires. Palaios 16: 171-174.

DiMichele, W.A.

DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Ecosystem dynamics. McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, NY. 129-131.

Doyle, J.A.

Sanderson, M. J. and Doyle, J. A. 2001. Sources of error and confidence intervals in estimating the age of angiosperms from rbcL and 18S rDNA data. American Journal of Botany 88: 1499-1516.

Doyle, J. A., Sanderson, M. J. and Magallón, S. 2001. Integrating fossil and molecular data on the age of angiosperms: effects of fossil age constraints and rate smoothing methods. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p 63.

Doyle, J. A. 2002. in press. Significance of molecular phylogenetic analyses for paleobotanical investigations on the origin of angiosperms. The Palaeobotanist Golden Jubilee Volume.

Farley,M.B.

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Grauvogel-Stamm, L.

Marchal-Papier, F., Nel, A. and Grauvogel-Stamm, L. 2000. Nouveaux orthoptères (Ensifera, Insecta) du Trias des Vosges (France). Acta Geologica Hispanica, 35 (1-2): 5-18.

Knoll, A.H.

Myers, N. and Knoll, A.H. 2001. The future of evolution. Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences, USA 98: 5389-5392.

Niklas, K.J.

Niklas, K. J. 2001. Taxing debate for taxonomists. Science 292: 2249.

Niklas, K. J., and Enquist, B. J. 2001. Invariant scaling relationships for interspecific plant biomass production rates and body size. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 98: 2928 – 2933.

Niklas, K. J., and Speck, T. 2001. Evolutionary trends in safety factors against wind-induced stem failure. The American Journal of Botany 88: 36–48.

Burgert, I., Bernasconi, A., Niklas, K.J. and Eckstein, N. 2001. The relationship between transverse elastic anisotropy and volume fraction of rays in green wood of deciduous trees. Holtzforschung 55: 1 – 6.

Enquist, B. J., and Niklas, K.J. 2001. Invariant scaling relations across tree-dominated communities. Nature 410: 655-670.

Enquist, B., Haskel, J., Niklas, K.J. and Tiffney, B.H. 2001. Plant communities, evolution of. In: Levin, S.A. [ed.], The Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Vol. 4: 631–643.

Ottone, E.G.

Ottone, E. G. 2001. Los primeros hallazgos de plantas fósiles en Argentina (The first records of fossil plants in Argentina). Asociación Paleontológica Argentina, Publicación Especial 8. Buenos Aires.

Pigg, K.B.

Pigg, K. B., and DeVore, M. L. 2001. Paleobotany. Geotimes 46: 35-36.

Pigg, KB. 2001. Isoetalean lycopsid evolution: from the Devonian to the present. American Fern Journal 91: 99-114.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G. J. 2002. in press, Carbon dioxide and climate over the past 300 million years. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

Retallack, G. J. 2002, Triassic-Jurassic atmospheric CO2 spike. Nature 415: 387-388.

Retallack, G. J. 2002. Atmospheric CO2 from fossil plant cuticles. Nature 415: 38.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. A 300 million year record of atmospheric carbon dioxide from fossil plant cuticles. Nature 411: 287-290.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Phanerozoic non-marine ichnofaceis and atmospheric change. Abstracts of the Geological Society of America 33(6): A386.

Sheldon, N.D. and Retallack, G.J. 2001. Equation for compaction of paleosols due to burial. Geology 29: 247-250.

Sheldon, N.D., Retallack, G.J. and Reed, M.H. 2001. Siderite-iron-silicate equilibria in paleosols as an atmospheric CO2 paleobarometer or paleoproductivity index? Abstracts of the Geological Society of America and Geological Society of London Global Meeting – Earth System Processes, Edinburgh, 42.

Wynn, J.G. and Retallack, G.J. 2001. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of middle Miocene paleosols bearing Kenyapithecus and Victoriapithecus, Nyakach Formation, southwestern Kenya. Journal of Human Evolution 40: 263-288.

Rothwell, G.W.

Abstract: Tomescu. A.M.F and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Exploring the cladistic relationships of Sphenopsida. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 71.

Smith, U.R.

Smith, U. R., 2001. Integrated research on fossil and extant flowering plants via a descriptive database. PaleoBios 21(2 supplement): 118. Abstract, North American Paleontological Convention 2001; LA-UR-01-3561.

Smith, U. R., 2001. Systematic analysis of fossil fruits placed in the eurosid II clade. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.)

Taylor, E.L.

Taylor, E.L., and Taylor, T.N. 2001. Adolphe Brongniart. In Robinson, R. [editor in chief], Plant Sciences, Macmillan Reference USA, Vol 1: 103-104.

Tiffney, B.H.

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GENERAL PALYNOLOGY

Osborn, J.M.

Osborn, J. M., El-Ghazaly, G. and Cooper, R.L. 2001. Development of the exineless pollen wall in Callitriche truncata (Callitrichaceae) and the evolution of underwater pollination. Plant Systematics and Evolution 228: 81-87.

Taylor, W.A.

Taylor, W.A. in press. Studies in cryptospore ultrastructure: variability in the tetrad genus Tetrahedraletes and type material of the dyad Dyadospora murusattenuata. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

Taylor, W.A. 2001 Evolutionary hypothesis of cryptospore producing plants based on wall ultrastructure. In D.K. Goodman and R.T. Clarke [eds.], Proceedings of the Ninth International Palynological Congress, Houston, Texas, U.S.A., 1996. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation. pp. 11-15.


PRECAMBRIAN

Knoll, A.H.

Javaux, E., Knoll, A.H. and Walter, M.R. 2001. Ecological and morphological complexity in early
eukaryotic ecosystems. Nature 412: 66-69.

Bartley, J.K., Semikhatov, M. A., Kaufman, A.J., Knoll, A.H., Pope, M.C. and Jacobsen, S.B. 2001. Global events across the Mesoproterozoic-Neoproterozoic boundary: C and Sr isotopic evidence from Siberia. Precambrian Research 111: 165-202.

Xiao, S., Yuan, X., Steiner, M. and Knoll, A.H. 2001. Carbonaceous macrofossils in a terminal Proterozoic shale: a systematic reassessment of the Miaohe biota, South China. Journal of Paleontology 76: 345-374.


PALEOZOIC

Archangelsky, S.

Cesari, S.N.,Archangelsky,S. & Vega,J.C. 2001. Consideraciones sobre un nuevo caule con anatomia preservada de la Formacion Jejenes (Carbonifero) provincia de San Juan. II Simposio Argentino del Paleozoico Superior (Trelew,Chubut), (abstr). p 5.

Vega, J.C. & Archangelsky, S., 2001. Austrocalyxaceae, a new Pteridosperm family from Gondwana. Palaeontographica B 257: 1-16.

Ottone, E. & Archangelsky, S., 2001. A new Bryophyte from the Upper Carboniferous of Argentina. Ameghiniana 38: 219-223.

Boyce, C.K.

Boyce, C. K. and Knoll, A. H. in press. Evolution of developmental potential and the multiple independent origins of leaves in Paleozoic vascular plants. Paleobiology.

DiMichele, W.A.

DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Carboniferous Coal Swamp Forests. In: Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther, P.R. [eds.], Palaeobiology II. London: Blackwell Science. pp 79-82.

DiMichele, W.A., Dixon, W.H., Nelson, W.J., Chaney, D.S. and Hook, R.W. 2000. An Early Permian coastal flora from the Central Basin Platform of Gaines County, west Texas. Palaios. 15: 524-534.

Pfefferkorn, H.W., Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. 2000. Ecological stability during the late Paleozoic cold interval. In: Gastaldo, R.A. and DiMichele, W.A. [eds.], Terrestrial Ecosystems, A Short Course. Paleontological Society Papers 6: 63-78.

DiMichele, W.A., Mamay, S.H.,Chaney, D.S., Hook, R.W. and Nelson, W.J. 2001. An Early Permian flora with Late Permian and Mesozoic affinities from north-central Texas. Journal of Paleontology 75: 449-460.

DiMichele, W.A., Pfefferkorn, H.W. and Gastaldo, R.A. 2001. Response of Late Carboniferous and Early Permian plant communities to climate change. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 29: 461-487.

DiMichele, W.A., Stein, W.E. and Bateman, R.M. 2001. Ecological sorting during the Paleozoic radiation of vascular plant classes. In: Allmon, W.D. and Bottjer, D.J. [eds.], Evolutionary Paleoecology. Columbia University Press. pp. 285-335.

Fairon-Demaret, M.

Berry, C.M and Fairon-Demaret, M. The Middle Devonian Flora revisited. In Gensel, P.G. and Edwards, D. [eds.], Plants invade the land. Evolutionary and environmental perspectives. Critical moments and Perspectives in Earth History and Palaeobiology, 120-139. Columbia University Press, New-York.

Fairon-Demaret, M. and Leponce I. 2001. Leaf dimorphism in Archaeopteris roemeriana (Progymnosperm): further early fossil evidence of shoot dorsiventrality. American Journal of Botany 88 (4): 729-735.

Fairon-Demaret, M, Leponce, I. and Streel, M. 2001. Archaeopteris from ther Upper Famennian of Belgium: hetertospory, nomenclature, and palaeobiogeography. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 115: 79-97.

Gastaldo, R.A.

DiMichele, W.A., Pfefferkorn, H.W., and Gastaldo, R.A. 2001. Response of Late Carboniferous and Early Permian plant communities to climate change. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 29: 461-487.

Klavins, S.D.

Klavins, S. D., Taylor, E. L., Krings, M. and Taylor, T. N. 2001. An unusual, anatomically preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 115: 107-117.

Jarvis, D. E. and Klavins, S. D. 2001. Palaeobotany, palynofacies, and palaeoenvironment of plant-bearing horizons at Sandeel Bay, Hook Head, Co. Wexford, Ireland. Programme and Abstracts of the First Meeting of the Commission Internationale de Microflore du Paléozoïque Spores and Pollen Subcomission, Cork, Ireland, p 22. (abstr.)

Knaus, M.J.

Knaus, M. J. and S. G. Lucas. in press. A Permo-Carboniferous tree-like neuropterid from Carrizo Arroyo, central New Mexico. To be published in the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin: Geology and Paleontology of the Carrizo Arroyo, central New Mexico.

Knaus, M. J. and W. H. Gillespie. 2001 Genselia compacta (Jongmans et al.) Knaus et Gillespie comb. nov.: New insights into possible evolutionary pathways of early photosynthetic units. Palaeontographica B. 256: 69-94.

Knaus, M. J., and Lucas, S. G. 2001 Upper Paleozoic Plants of New Mexico. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.)

Knaus, M. J., Lucas, S. G., and Rowland, J. M., 2000. An Early Permian Flora from the Abo Formation, Placitas, Sandoval County, New Mexico. Abstract: New Mexico Geology, NM Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Socorro, MN.

Krings, M.

Klavins, S.D., Taylor, E.L., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. 2001. An unusual, structurally preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 115: 107-117.


Krings, M. 2001. Pilzreste auf und in den Fiedern zweier Pteridospermen aus dem Stefan von Blanzy-Montceau (Zentralmassiv, Frankreich). Geologica Saxonica - Abhandlungen des Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie Dresden 46/47: 189-196.

Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. 2001. Reconstruction of Pseudomariopteris busquetii, a vine-like Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperm. American Journal of Botany 88: 767-776.

Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, T.N. and Taylor, E.L. in press. How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: on scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous - Early Permian pteridosperms. Botanical Review.

Krings, M., Taylor, T.N., Taylor, E.L., Axsmith, B.J. and Kerp, H. 2001. Cuticles of Mariopteris occidentalis White nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Oklahoma (USA), and a new type of climber hook for mariopteroid pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 114: 209-222.

Mapes, G.

Hernandez-Castillo, G., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Compound pollen cones in Paleozoic conifers. American Journal of Botany 88: 1139-1142.

Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Barthelia furcata gen. et sp. nov., with a review of Paleozoic coniferophytes and a discussion of coniferophyte systematics. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 637-667.

Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Lyginopteris royali sp. nov. from the Upper Mississippian of North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 116: 159-173.

Dunn, M.T., Rothwll, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. On Paleozoic plants from marine strata: Hexaloba finisensia new genus and species, a trigonocarpalean ovule from the Virgilian (Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas. Journal of Paleontology 76: 173-180.

Hernandez-Castillo, H., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Thucydiaceae fam. nov., with a review and reevaluation of Paleozoic walchian conifers. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 1155-1185.

Dunn, M.T., Rothwll, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Upper Missippian ovules with characteristics of two unique morphogenera: Stephanospermum and Rhynchosperma. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 63.

Hernandez-Castillo, G., Rothwll, G. W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Evidence for compound pollen cones in Paleozoic conifers. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 65.

Meyer-Berthaud, B.

Daviero V., Meyer-Berthaud B. and Lecoustre R., 2000 - Computer simulation of sphenopsid architecture. I.
Principles and methodology. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynolology 109: 121-134.

Meyer-Berthaud B., Scheckler S.E. & Bousquet J-L., 2000 - The development of Archaeopteris: new evolutionary characters from the structural analysis of an early Famennian trunk of SE Morocco. American Journal of Botany, 87: 456-468.

Meyer-Berthaud B. and Gerrienne P. 2001 - Aarabia, an Early Devonian vascular plant from Africa. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynolology, 116: 39-53.

Soria A., Meyer-Berthaud B. and Scheckler S.E. 2001 Reconstructing the architecture and growth habit of Pietzschia levis sp. nov. (Cladoxylopsida) from the Late Devonian of South-Eastern Morocco. International Journal of Plant Science, 162 : 911-926.

Klug C., Rücklin M., Meyer-Berthaud B., Soria A., Korn D. and Wendt J. in press – Late Devonian pseudoplanktonic crinoids. Neue Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie.

Ottone, E.G.

Ottone, E. G. and Archangelsky, S. 2001. A new bryophyte from the Upper Carboniferous of Argentina. Ameghiniana 38: 219-223.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Scoyenia burrows from Ordovician paleosols of the Juniata Formation in Pennsylvania. Palaeontology 44: 209-235.

Rothwell, G.W.

Hilton, J., Rothwell, G.W., Galtier, J. Li, C-S and Wang, S-J. 2001. Permineralized cardiocarpalean ovules in wetland vegetation from Early Permian volcanoclastic sediments of China. Palaeontology 44: 811-825.

Hernandez-Castillo, G., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Compound pollen cones in Paleozoic conifers. American Journal of Botany 88: 1139-1142.

Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G . 2001. Barthelia furcata gen. et sp. nov. with a review of Paleozoic coniferophytes and a discussion of coniferophyte systematics. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 637-667.

Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Lyginopteris royali sp. nov. from the Upper Mississippian of North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 116: 159-173.

Dunn, M.T., Rothwll, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. On Paleozoic plants from marine strata: Hexaloba finisensia new genus and species, a trigonocarpalean ovule from the Virgilian (Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas. Journal of Paleontology 76: 173-180.

Hernandez-Castillo, H., Rothwell, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Thucydiaceae fam. nov. with a review and reevaluation of Paleozoic walchian conifers. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 1155-1185.

Dunn, M.T., Rothwll, G.W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Upper Missippian ovules with characteristics of two unique morphogenera: Stephanospermum and Rhynchosperma. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 63.

Hernandez-Castillo, G., Rothwll, G. W. and Mapes, G. 2001. Evidence for compound pollen cones in Paleozoic conifers. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 65.

Taylor, E.L.

Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2000. Fungi in palaeoecosystems. In: Palaeobiology II (Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther, P.R. [eds.], Blackwell Science, Ltd., Oxford, U.K., pp. 464-467.

Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, E.L., and Taylor, T.N. 2001. Reconstruction of Pseudomariopteris busquetti from the Upper Carboniferous and Lower Permian of France and Germany. American Journal of Botany 88: 767-776.

Krings, M., Taylor, T.N., Taylor, E.L., Axsmith, B.J. and Kerp, H. 2001. Cuticles of Mariopteris occidentalis White nov. emend. from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Oklahoma (USA) and a new type of climber hook for mariopteroid pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 114: 209-222.

Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2001. in press How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: On scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous-Early Permian pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

Klavins, S.D., Taylor, E.L., Krings, M., and Taylor, T.N. 2001. An unusual, structurally preserved ovule from the Permian of Antarctica. American Journal of Botany 115: 107-117.

McManus, H.A., Taylor, E.L., Taylor, T.N., Collinson, J.W. 2002. in press A petrified Glossopteris flora from Collinson Ridge, central Transantarctic Mountains: Late Permian or Early Triassic? Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

Krings, M., Kerp, H., Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2002. in press. How Paleozoic vines and lianas got off the ground: On scrambling and climbing Late Carboniferous-Early Permian pteridosperms. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

Axsmith, B.J., Serbet, R., Krings, M., Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2001. New interpretations of the enigmatic Paleozoic plants Spermopteris and Phasmatocycas. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 61.

Tiffney, B.H.

Mattinson C. G. and Tiffney, B.H. 2001. Mississippian Plant Fossils of the Diamond Peak Formation, Northern White Pine Range, White Pine County, Nevada. Paleobios 21(3): 1 -11.

Tomescu, A.M.F.

Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W., Mapes G. 2001. Lyginopteris royalii sp. nov. from the Upper Mississippian of North America. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 116 (3-4), 159-173.

Wagner, R.H.

Wagner, R.H. 1998. Consideraciones sobre los pesos de la Serie Estefaniense. Monografias Academic de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza, 13: 9-19.

Wagner, R.H. 1999. Macrofloras del Carbonifero/Permico. In Aguirre, E. y Rabano, I. [eds.], “La Huella del pasado”. Fosiles de Castilla – La Mancha: 77-98. Patrimonio Historico. Arqueologia. Castilla – La Mancha.

Wagner, R.H. and Montero, A. 2000. Palaeobotanical Museum in the Botanical Garden, Cordoba, Spain. Monografias Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza, 16: 11-16.

Wagner, R.H. 2001. The extrabasianl elements in lower Pennsylvanian floras of the Maritime Provinces, Canada: description of Adiantites, Pseudadiantites and Rhacopteridium. Revista Espanola de Paleontologia, 16 (2): 1870296.

Wagner, R.H. 2001. Fosiles vegetales. Serie Recursos Naturales, N?6. Departamento Medio Ambiente ye Proteccion Civil, Diputacion de Cordoba, Espana, 105 pp

Wagner, R.H., J.B. Diez & R. Calvo, 2001. El Bosque Carbonifero de Verdena. In Nuche, R. [ed.], Patrimonio Geologico de Castilla y Leon: 380-393. ENRESA, Madrid.

Willard, D.A.

Grantz, A., Pease, V.L., Willard, D.A., Phillips, R.L., and Clark, D.L., 2001. Bedrock cores from 89° North: Implications for the geologic framework and Neogene paleoceanography of Lomonosov Ridge and a tie to the Barents shelf. GSA Bulletin 113: 1272-1281.


PALEOZOIC PALYNOLOGY

Ottone, E.G.

Ottone, E. G., Holfeltz, G. D., Albanesi, G. L. and Ortega, G. 2001. Chitinozoans from the Ordovician Los Azules formation, central Precordillera, Argentina. Micropaleontology 47: 97-110.

Taylor, W.A.

Taylor, W.A. 2001 Evolutionary hypothesis of cryptospore producing plants based on wall ultrastructure. In D.K. Goodman and R.T. Clarke [eds.], Proceedings of the Ninth International Palynological Congress, Houston, Texas, U.S.A., 1996. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation. pp. 11-15.

Taylor, W.A. in press. Studies in cryptospore ultrastructure: variability in the tetrad genus Tetrahedraletes and type material of the dyad Dyadospora murusattenuata. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

Willard, D.A.

Grantz, A., Pease, V.L., Willard, D.A., Phillips, R.L., and Clark, D.L., 2001. Bedrock cores from 89° North: Implications for the geologic framework and Neogene paleoceanography of Lomonosov Ridge and a tie to the Barents shelf. GSA Bulletin 113: 1272-1281.


MESOZOIC

Archangelsky, S.

Del Fueyo, G.M. & Archangelsky, S. 2001. New studies on Karkenia incurva Archang. from the Early Cretaceous of Argentina. Palaeontographica B 256: 111-121.

Archangelsky, S. 2001. Evidences of an Early Cretaceous floristic change in Patagonia. Special Public. Argentine Paleontologicla Society (VII International Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Buenos Aires 2000), 7: 15-19.

Ash, S.R.

Ash, S. R. 2001. New cycadophytes from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation in the southwestern United States. PaleoBios 21: 15-28.

Ash, S. R. 2001. The fossil ferns of Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, and their paleoecological implications. In Santucci, V. L., and McClelland, L. [eds.], Proceedings of the 6th Fossil Resource Conference, 3-10. National Park Service, Geologic Resources Division, Lakewood CO. 80227.

Del Fueyo, G.M.

Del Fueyo, G.M. & S. Archangelsky. 2001. New studies on Karkenia incurva Archang. from the Early Cretaceous of Argentina. Evolution of the seed cone in Ginkgoales. Palaeontographica 256: 111-121.

Del Fueyo, G.M. and Archangelsky, A. in press. Araucaria grandifolia Feruglio from the Lower Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina. Cretaceous Research.

Gee, C.T.

Gee, C.T., Meyer, C.A. and van Konijnenberg-van Cittert, J.H.A. Work in press since 1998. The first unequivocal sphenophytes from the Late Jurassic of northwestern Switzerland (late Oxfordian Vellerat Formation) -- Paleobotany and implications for facies interpretation. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg.

Grauvogel-Stamm, L.

Lugardon, B., Grauvogel-Stamm, L. and Dobruskina, I. 2000. Comparative ultrastructure of the megaspores of the Triassic Lycopsid Pleuromeia rossica Neuburg. - C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 330, IIa: 501-508.

Rothwell. G.W., Grauvogel-Stamm L. and Mapes G. 2000 An herbaceous fossil conifer: Gymnospermous ruderals in the evolution of Mesozoic vegetation. - Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol, 156: 139-145; Erratum, 161: 479.

Grauvogel-Stamm L. and Lugardon, B. 2001 The Triassic lycopsids Pleuromeia and Annalepis: relationships, evolution and origin. - American Fern Journal 91(3): 115-14

Grauvogel-Stamm L., Meyer-Berthaud, B. and Vozenin-Serra C. 2001 Permineralized conifer axes from the Middle Triassic of Switzerland: morphology and affinities. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg (à l’impression).

Herendeen, P.S.

Lupia, R., Herendeen, P. S., and Keller, J. A. in press. A new fossil flower and associated coprolites: evidence for angiosperm-insect interactions in the Santonian (Late Cretaceous) of Georgia, U.S.A. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

Takahashi, M., Herendeen, P. S., and Crane, P. R. in press. Lauraceous fossil flowers from the Kamikitaba Locality (Lower Coniacian; Upper Cretaceous) in northeastern Japan. Journal of Plant Research.

Magallón, S., Herendeen, P. S. and Crane, P. R. 2001. Floral diversity in Hamamelidoideae (Hamamelidaceae): Androdecidua endressi gen. et sp. nov. from the late Santonian (Late Cretaceous) of Georgia, U.S.A. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 963-983.

Klavins, S.D.

Klavins, S. D., Taylor, T. N., and Taylor, E. L. 2002. Anatomy of the ovulate cupules of Umkomasia (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of Antarctica. American Journal of Botany 89: 688 - 700.

Klavins, S. D., Taylor, E. L., and Taylor, T. N. 2001. Anatomy of the ovulate cupules of Umkomasia (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of Antarctica. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 66.

Krings, M.

Axsmith, B.J., Krings, M. and Taylor, T.N. 2001. A filmy fern from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina (U.S.A.). American Journal of Botany 88: 1558-1567.

Magallón, S

Magallón, S., Herendeen, P.S. and Crane, P.R. 2001. Androdecidua endressii gen. et sp. nov., from the Late Cretaceous of Georgia (United States): further floral diversity in Hamamelidoideae (Hamamelidaceae). International Journal of Plant Scences 162: 963-983.

Magallón, S., and Sanderson, M.J. 2001. Absolute diversification rates in angiosperm clades. Evolution 55:1762-1780.

Mapes, G.

Ratzel, S.R., Rothwell, G.W., Mapes, G., Mapes, R.H. and Doguzhaeva, L.A. 2001. Pityostrobus hokodzensis, a new species of pinaceous cone from the Cretaceous of Russia. Journal of Paleontology 75: 895-900.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J. 2002. in press, Lepidopteris callipteroides (Carpentier) comb. nov., the earliest Triassic seed fern in the Sydney Basin, New South Walkes. Alcheringa.

Rothwell, G.W.

Ratzel, S.R., Rothwell, G.W., Mapes, G., Mapes, R.H. and Doguzhaeva, L.A. 2001. Pityostrobus hokodzensis, a new species of pinaceous cone from the Cretaceous of Russia. Journal of Paleontology 75: 895-900.

Stockey, R.A., Rothwell, G.W., Addy, H.D. and Currah, R.S. 2001. Mycorrhizal association of the extinct conifer Metasequoia milleri. Mycological Research 105: 202-205.

Rothwell, G.W., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. 2002. in press, Ashicaulis woolfei n. sp, additional evidence for the antiquity of osmundaceous ferns from the Triassic of Antarctica. American Journal of Botany.

Rothwell, G.W. and Stockey. R. 2001. Pollen Tubes, contractile tissue, and pollination biology in Cycadeoidales/Bennettitales. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 25.

Stockey, R.A. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Permineralized cycad seeds from the Jurassic of British Columbia, Canada. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 70.

Stockey, R.A. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. An ovulate Williamsonia cone from the Upper Cretaceous of western North America. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.).

Rothwell, G.W. and Stockey, R. 2001. Systematic characters of ovulate Cycadeoidea/Bennettites cones from the Cretaceous of Vancouver Island, British
Columbia, Canada. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 69.

Rothwell, G.W. and. Stockey, R.A. 2001. Pollen tubes, contractile tissue, and pollination biology in Cycadeoidales/Bennettitales. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 25.

Stockey, R.A. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Fossil seeds and pollination biology in Mesozoic plants from British Columbia. Fourth British Columbia Paleontological Symposium Kamloops, BC - Abstracts. p 27.

Rothwell, G.W. and Stockey, R.A. 2001. Anatomically preserved cycadeoid cones from the Cretaceous of Vancouver and Hornby Islands. 4th BC Paleontological Symposium Kamloops, BC - Abstracts p 25.

Skog, J.E.

Skog, J. E. 2001. Biogeographic Distribution of Mesozoic Ferns related to modern fern families. Brittonia. 53: 236-269

Smith, U.R.

Smith, U. R. 2001. Revision of the Cretaceous fossil genus Palaeoaster (Papaveraceae) and clarification of pertinent species of Eriocaulon, Palaeoaster, and Sterculiocarpus. Novon 11: 258--260.

Sun G

Sun G., Mosbrugger V., Li J. and Cheng X.S. 2001. Late Triassic flora of the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China. Proc. Sino-German Symp. Preh. Lif. Geol. Junggar Bas. Xinjiang, China: 8-20

Taylor, E.L.

Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2000. Fungi in palaeoecosystems. In: Palaeobiology II (Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther, P.R. [eds.], Blackwell Science, Ltd., Oxford, U.K., pp 464-467.

Klavins, S.D., Taylor, T.N., and Taylor, E.L. 2002. in press, Anatomy of Umkomasia (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of Antarctica. American Journal of Botany.

Klavins, S.D., Taylor, E.L., and Taylor, T.N. 2001. Anatomy of the ovulate cupules of Umkomasia (Corystospermales) from the Triassic of Antarctica. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.)

Wheeler, E.A.

Lehman, T.M. and Wheeler, E.A. 2001. Fossil dicotyledonous forest from the Upper Cretaceous of Big Bend National Park, Texas. Palaios 16: 102-108.

Zhou, Z.

Zhou Zhiyan, Wu Xiangwu and Zhang Bole, 2001. Tharrisia, a new fossil organ genus, with description of three species from China. Palaeontographica B 256: 95-109.

Zhou Zhiyan, Wu Xiangwu et al., Bibliography of Chinese Palaeobotany (Megafossils) (1865-2000)

Zhou Zhiyan, Zhang Bole, Wang Yongdong and Guignard, G., A new Karkenia (Ginkgoales) from the Jurassic Yima Formation, Henan, China and its megaspore membrane ultrastructure. Rev Palaeobot. Palynol.

Thevenard, F., Guignard, G., Gomez, B. and Zhou. Z., 2000. Genere Glenrosa, example de plantes xerophytes ou accommodation physiologique? Monografias de la Academia de Ciencias, fasicas Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragosa (Spain), 16: 45-51.


MESOZOIC PALYNOLOGY

Gee, C.T.

Gee, C.T. 2001. The mangrove palm Nypa in the geologic past of the New World. In Duke, N.C. and Schwarzbach, A.E. [guest eds.], Life on the Edge: Past and Future of Mangroves. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 9: 181-194.

Gee. C.T. and Mörs, T. 2001. Aquatic macrophytes from the upper Oligocene fossillagerstätte of Rott (Rhineland, Germany). Part I: Seeds. Palaeontographica, Abt. B., 259: 33-45.

Grauvogel-Stamm, L.

Lugardon B., Grauvogel-Stamm L. and Dobruskina I. 2000 Comparative ultrastructure of the megaspores of the Triassic Lycopsid Pleuromeia rossica Neuburg. - C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 330, IIa : 501-508.

Ottone, E.G.

Ottone, E. G. and Pérez Loinaze, V. S. 2001. A new dinoflagellate from the Lower Cretaceous of Argentina. Ameghiniana 38.

Ottone, E. G. and Rodriguez Amenábar, C. 2001: A new disaccate pollen grain from the Triassic of Argentina. Ameghiniana 38: 157-161
Srivastava, S.K.

Srivastava, S. K. 2000 Palaeogeography of some Neocomian-Albian pollen and their significance in the evolution of phytogeoprovinces around the Early Cretaceous Atlantic Ocean. In: Harley, M. M., Morton, C. M. and Blackmore, S. [eds.], Pollen and Spores: Morphology and Biology, 451-466. Royal Botanic Garden, Kew.

Sun, G.

Ashraf A.R., Wang X.F., Ge Sun, Li J. and Mosbrugger V. 2001. Palynostratigraphic analysis of the Huangshanjie-, Haojiagou- and Badaowan formations in the Junggar Basin (NW China). Proc. Sino-German Symp. Preh. Lif. Geol. Junggar Bas. Xinjiang, China: 40-64


TERTIARY

Farley, M.B.

Farley, M.B. 2001. Vegetation response to long-term climate change in the Paleogene of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. International Conference on Climate and Biota of the Early Paleogene, Powell, Wyoming. (abstr.)

Fairon-Demaret, M.

Gerrienne, P., Damblon, F., Fairon-Demaret, M. Hauregard, F. Petricevic, D. and Smith, T. La forêt fossile d’Overlaar, Belgique (transition Paléocène-Eocène). Monografias Academia Ciencias, Exactas Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza 16: 27 – 30.

Magioncalda, R., Dupuis, C., Blamart, D., Fairon-Demaret, M., Perreau, M., Renard, M., Riveline, J., Roche, M. and Keppen, E. 2001 L’excursion isotopique du carbone organique (d13Corg) dans les paléoenvironnements continentaux de l’intervalle Paleocène/Eocène de Varangeville (Haute-Normandie). Bulletin de la Société géologique de France 3: 349-358.

Gee, C.T.

Gee, C.T. 2001. The mangrove palm Nypa in the geologic past of the New World. In Duke, N.C. and Schwarzbach, A.E. [guest eds.], Life on the Edge: Past and Future of Mangroves. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 9: 181-194.

Ickert-Bond, S.M.

Pigg, K.B., Wehr, W.C. and Ickert-Bond, S.M. Trochodendron and Nordenskioldia (Trochodendraceae) from the Middle Eocene of Washington State, U.S.A. Int. J. Plant Science 162(5): 1187-1198.

Jacobs, B.F.

Harrison, T., Msuya, C., Murray, A., Jacobs, B., Baez, A., Ludwig, K. and Mundil, R. 2001. Paleontological investigations at the Eocene locality of Mahenge in north-central Tanzania, East Africa. In Gunnell, G. [ed.], Eocene biodiversity: rarely sampled habitats and unusual occurrences, p 39-74. Plenum Press, New York.

Jacobs, B.F. in press. Estimation of low latitude paleoclimates using fossil angiosperm leaves: examples from the Miocene Tugen Hills, Kenya. Paleobiology.

Johnson, K.R.

Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki, K. M., Johnson, K. R. 2001. Fossil flora and stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, series 4, no. 1, 218 pp.

Wilf, P., Labandeira, C.C., Johnson, K.R., Coley, P.D., and Cutter, A.D. 2001. Insect herbivory, plant defense, and early Cenozoic climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 6221-6226.

LePage, B.A.

Labandeira, C.C., LePage, B.A. and Johnson, A.H. 2001. A Dendroctonus bark engraving (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) from a middle Eocene Larix (Coniferales: Pinaceae): early or delayed colonization? American Journal of Botany 88: 2026-2039.

LePage, B.A. 2001. New species of Picea (Pinaceae) from the middle Eocene of Axel Heiberg Island, Arctic Canada. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 135: 137-167.

Jagels, R., LePage, B.A. and Jiang, M. 2001. Definitive identification of Larix wood based on anatomy from the Eocene of Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic. IAWA Journal 22: 73-83.

Liu, Y.S.

Liu, Y.S., Zetter, R., Mohr, B.A.R. and Ferguson, D.K. 2001. The flowers of an extinct legume from the Miocene of southern Germany. Palaeontographica Abteilung B Palaeophytologie 256(4-6): 159-174.

Magallion, S.A.

Magallón, S., and Sanderson, M.J. 2001. Absolute diversification rates in angiosperm clades. Evolution 55: 1762-1780.

Manchester, S.R.

Kvacek, Z., Hably, L. and Manchester, S.R. 2001. Sloanea (Elaeocarpaceae) fruits and foliage from the Early Oligocene of Hungary and Slovenia. Palaeontographica Abt. B,259: 113-124.

Kvacek, Z., Manchester, S.R., and Guo, Shuang-xing. 2001. Trifoliolate leaves of Platanus bella (Heer) comb. n. from the Paleocene of North America, Greenland, and Asia and their relationships among extinct and extant Platanaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 441-458.

Kvacek, Z., Manchester, S.R., Zetter, R. and Pingen, M. in press. Fruits and seeds of Craigia bronnii (Malvaceae: Tilioideae) and associated flower buds from the late Miocene Inden Formation, Lower Rhine Basin, Germany. Acta Paleobotanica.

Manchester, S.R. in press. Leaves and fruits of Davidia (Cornales) from the Paleocene of North America and eastern Asia. Systematic Botany.

Manchester, S.R. 2001. Leaves and fruits of Aesculus (Sapindales) from the Paleocene of North America. International Journal of Plant Science 162(4): 985-998.

Manchester, S.R. 2001. Update on the megafossil flora of Florissant, Colorado, USA. In Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki K.M., Johnson K.R. [eds.], Fossil flora and stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado.Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Series 4, No. 1,137-161.

Manchester, S.R. and Tiffney B.H. 2001. Integration of paleobotanical and neobotanical data in the assessment of phytogeographic history of holarctic angiosperm clades. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162 (6, supplement): S19-S27.

McClain, A.M. and Manchester, S.R. 2001. Dipteronia (Sapindaceae) from the Tertiary of North America and implications for the phytogeographic history of the Aceroideae. American Journal of Botany 88(7): 1316-1325.

Pingen, M., Kvacek, Z. and Manchester, S.R. in press. Früchte und Samen von Craigia bronnii aus dem Obermiozän von Hambach (Niederrheinische Bucht - Deutschland. Documenta Naturae, München.

Tiffney B.H. and Manchester, S.R. 2001. The use of geological and paleontological evidence in evaluating plant phylogeographic hypotheses in the Northern Hemisphere Tertiary. 162 (6, supplement): S3-S17.

Meyer, H.W.

Meyer, H.W. 2001. A review of the paleoelevation estimates for the Florissant flora. In: Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki, K. and Johnson, K. [eds.], Fossil Flora and Stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Series 4, No. 1, p. 205-216.

Pigg, K.B.

Pigg, K.B., and Rothwell, G. W. 2001. Anatomically preserved Woodwardia virginica Blechnaceae) and a new filicalean fern from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora of central Washington, USA. American Journal of Botany 88: 777-787.

Pigg, K. B., Wehr, W. C., and Ickert-Bond, S. M.. 2001. Trochodendron and Nordenskioldia (Trochodendraceae) from the middle Eocene of Washington State, U.S. A. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 1187-1198.

DeVore, M. L., Pigg, K. B., and Mouton, S.J. 2001. Permineralized fruit with malvalean affinities from the Late Paleocene Almont flora, North Dakota. Botany 2001 Abstracts: p 62-63. .

Hansen, A, and Pigg, K. B. 2001. Taxodiaceous conifers from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora, Washington State, USA. Botany 2001 Abstracts: p 71.

Henry, A. M., and Pigg, K. B. 2001. Hamamelidaceous infructescences from the Late Paleocene Almont, North Dakota flora. Botany 2001 Abstracts: p 72.

Pigg, K. B. 2001. The role of permineralized plants in understanding plant diversity, phylogeny, and paleoenvironment: the Miocene Yakima Canyon chert. NAPC (Abstracts)

Pigg, K.B., DeVore, M. L., Dilcher, D L., and Freile, D. 2001. Fagaceous infructescences from the Oligocene Catahoula Formation of Texas. Botany 2001 Abstracts: p 68.

Radke, M. G., Pigg, K. B, and Wehr, W. C. 2001. Fossil Corylopsis and other Hamamelidaceae-like leaves from the middle Eocene flora of Republic, Washington, U.S.A. Botany 2001 Abstracts: p 72.

Tcherepova, M, and Pigg, K. B. 2001. Permineralized Nyssa (Cornaceae) and additional endocarps of uncertain affinity from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora, Washington State, USA. Botany 2001 Abstracts. P 72.

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J., Wynn, J.G., Benefit, B.R. and McCrossin, M.L. in press, 2002 Paleosols and paleoenvironments of the middle Miocene, Maboko Formation, Kenya. Journal of Human Evolution.

Retallack G.J. and Tanaka, S. 2002, in press, Late Miocene advent of tall grassland paleosols in central Oregon. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

Retallack, G. J. 2002. in press, Late Miocene (Clarendonian) fossil plants and animals from Unity, Baker, County Oregon. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America.

Retallack, G. J. and Smith, M. 2002, in press, Late Miocene sediments and fossils from Unity, Baker County, Oregon. Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Sciences.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Cenozoic expansion of grasslands and global cooling. Journal of Geology 109: 407-426.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Did grasslands spread with Cenozoic drying and cooling, or vice versa? Paleobios (Program and Abstracts North American Paleontological Convention) 21(supplement to 2): 108.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Fossil plant cuticular evidence for high atmospheric carbon dioxide during the middle Miocene thermal optimum. Abstracts of the Geological Society of America 33(6): A336.

Retallack, G.J., Krull, E.S. and Bockheim, J.G. 2001. New grounds for reassessing palaeoclimate of the Sirius Group, Antarctica. Journal of the Geological Society of London 158: 925-935.

Sheldon, N.D. and Retallack, G.J. 2001, Geochemical climate transfer functions from North American soils and application to paleosols across the Eocene-Oligocene boundary. Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union Fall Supplement 82(47): F787.

Prothero, D.R & Retallack, G.J. 2001. Magnetic stratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene Eugene/Fisher Formations, western Oregon: implications for the “terminal Eocene Event”. Paleobios (Program and Abstracts North American Paleontological Convention) 21(supplement to 2): 106.

Retallack, G.J. 2001. Milankovitch-scale paleoclimatic fluctuation through 5 million years of the upper Oligocene John Day Formation, Oregon. Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Sciences 37: 51.

Retallack, G.J. and Wynn, J.G. 2001. Milankovitch-scale fluctuations in mammal communities in the upper John Day Formation (29-24 Ma), central Oregon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Abstracts 21(supplement 3): 92A.

Rothwell, G.W.

Pigg, K.B. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Anatomically preserved Woodwardia virginica (Blechnaceae) and a new filicalean fern from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora of central Washington, USA. American Journal of Botany 88: 777-787.

Stockey, R.A., Rothwell, G.W. and Falder, A.B. 2001. Diversity among taxodiaceous conifers: Metasequoia foxii sp. nov from the Paleocene of central Alberta, Canada. Internatinal Journal of Plant Sciences 162: 221-234.

Stockey, R.A., Rothwell, G.W., Addy, H.D. and Randolph .S. 2001. Mycorrhizal association of the extinct conifer Metasequoia milleri. Mycological Research 105: 202-205.

Taylor, E.L.

Phipps, C.J., Taylor, T.N., Taylor, E.L., and Rember, W.C. 2001. Fossil fungi from the Miocene of Idaho. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.)

Tiffney, B.H.

Tiffney, B. H. 2000.Geographic and climatic influences on the Cretaceous and Tertiary historyof Euramerican floristic similarity. Acta Universitatis Carolinae -Geologica 44: 5 -16.

Wang, N. & B. H. Tiffney. 2001. Seeds of Rhododendron (Ericaceae) from the Late Eocene of California. Palaeontographica, Abt. B 259: 245 -254.

Tiffney, B. H. and S. R. Manchester. 2001. The Use of Geological andPaleontological Evidence in Evaluating Plant Phylogeographic Hypotheses inthe Northern Hemisphere Tertiary. International Journal of Plant Sciences162 (6 supplement): s3-s17

Manchester, S. R. and B. H. Tiffney. 2001. Integrating Paleobotanical and Neobotanical data in the Assessment of Phytogeographic History of HolarcticAngiosperm Clades. International Journal of Plant Sciences 162 (6supplement): s19 - s27.

Wheeler, E.A.

Wheeler, E.A. 2001. Fossil dicotyledonous woods from the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado. In: E. Evanoff, Gregory-Wodzicki, K.M., and Johnson, K.R. [eds.], Stratigraphy and Fossil Flora of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. Proceedings Denver Museum of Science and Nature, Series 4 (1): 197-214.

Wheeler, E.A. and Manchester, S.R. in press. Woods of the Middle Eocene Nut Beds Flora, Clarno Formation, Oregon, USA. IAWA Journal, Supplement 3.

Wilf, P.

Wilf, P., Labandeira, C.C., Johnson, K.R. Coley, P.D. and Cutter, A.D. 2001. Insect herbivory, plant defense, and early Cenozoic climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 6221-6226.

Burnham, R. J., Pitman, N.C.A., Johnson, K.R. and Wilf, P. 2001. Habitat-related error in estimating temperatures from leaf margins in a humid tropical forest. American Journal of Botany 88: 1096-1102.

Willard, D.A.

Grantz, A., Pease, V.L., Willard, D.A., Phillips, R.L., and Clark, D.L., 2001. Bedrock cores from 89° North: Implications for the geologic framework and Neogene paleoceanography of Lomonosov Ridge and a tie to the Barents shelf. GSA Bulletin 113: 1272-1281.


TERTIARY PALYNOLOGY

Graham, A.

Graham, A., Gregory-Wodzicki, K.M. and Wright, K.L. 2001. Studies in neotropical paleobotany. XV. A Mio-Pliocene palynoflora from the Eastern Cordillera, Bolivia: implications for the uplift history of the Central Andes. American Journal of Botany 88: 1545-1557.

Graham, A. 2001. Geologia y paleobotanica. In Stevens, W.D., Ulloa, C.U., Pool, A. and Montiel, O.M. [eds.], Flora de Nicaragua, 28-29. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.

Johnson, K.R.

Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki, K. M., Johnson, K. R. 2001. Fossil flora and stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, series 4, no. 1, 218 pp.

Willard, D.A.

Grantz, A., Pease, V.L., Willard, D.A., Phillips, R.L., and Clark, D.L., 2001. Bedrock cores from 89° North: Implications for the geologic framework and Neogene paleoceanography of Lomonosov Ridge and a tie to the Barents shelf. GSA Bulletin 113: 1272-1281.


QUATERNARY

Alcade Olivares, C.

Alcalde Olivares, C.; García-Amorena, I.; Gómez Manzaneque, F.; Maldonado Ruíz, J.; Morla Juaristi, C. and Postigo Mijarra, J.M. 2001. Estudio de los macrorrestos vegetales del yacimiento de Lomilla (Aguilar de Campoo, Palencia, España). Anales Jardín Botánico de Madrid 59 (1): 101-112

Franco Múgica, F., García Antón, M., Maldonado Ruiz J., Morla Juaristi, C. and Sainz Ollero, H. 2001. The Holocene history of Pinus forest in the Northern Spanish Meseta. The Holocene 11(3): 343-258.

Franco,F.; Gómez Manzaneque, F.; Maldonado, F.J.; Morla, C. and Postigo J.Mª. 2000. El papel de los pinares en la vegetación holocena de la península Ibérica. Ecología 14: 235-251.

Willard, D.A.

Willard, D.A., Cronin, T.M., and Verardo, S. in press. Late Holocene climate and ecosystem history from Chesapeake Bay sediment cores. The Holocene.

Willard, D.A., Holmes, C.W., Korvela, M., Mason, D., Murray, J.B., Orem, W.H., and Towles, T. 2002. in press, Paleoecological insights on fixed tree-island development in the Florida Everglades: I. Environmental controls. In Sklar, F. and van der Valk, A. [eds.], Tree Islands of the Everglades. Kluwer Publishers, Amsterdam.

Colman, S.M., Baucom, P.C., Bratton, J.F., Cronin, T.M., McGeehin, J.P., Willard, D.A., Zimmerman, A.R., and Vogt, P.R., 2002. Radiocarbon dating, chronologic framework, and changes in accumulation rates of Holocene estuarine sediments from Chesapeake Bay. Quaternary Research 57: 58-70.

Willard, D.A., Weimer, L.M., and Riegel, W.L., 2001. Pollen assemblages as paleoenvironmental proxies in the Florida Everglades. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 113: 213-235.

Willard, D.A., Holmes, C.W., and Weimer, L.M., 2001. The Florida Everglades ecosystem: climatic and anthropogenic impacts over the last two millennia. Bulletins of American Paleontology 361: 41-55.

Edwards, L.E., and Willard, D.A. 2001: Dinoflagellate cysts and pollen from sediment samples, Mississippi Sound and Gulf of Mexico. In Gohn, G.S. [ed.], Paleontology and geology of Mississippi Sound sediments. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-415.

Willard, D.A. and Korejwo, D.A. 2000: Holocene palynology from Marion-Dufresne cores MD99-2209 and 2207 from Chesapeake Bay, impacts of climate and historic land-use change. In Cronin, T.M., [ed.], Inital report on IMAGES V cruise of the Marion-Dufresne to Chesapeake Bay June 20-22, 1999. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-306, 78-86.

Willard, D.A., Cronin, T.M., and Ishman, S.E., 2000. Long-term patterns of vegetational and salinity change in the Lake Pontchartrain region, Louisiana. U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 00-520, 35 pp

Cronin, T., Willard, D., Karlsen, A., Ishman, S., Verardo, S., McGeehin, J., Kerhin, R., Holmes, C., Colman, S., and Zimmerman, A. 2000: Climatic variability in the eastern United States over the past millennium from Chesapeake Bay sediments. Geology 28: 3-6.

Karlsen, A.W., Cronin, T.M., Ishman, S.E., Willard, D.A., Kerhin, R., Holmes, C.W., and Marot, M. 2000: Historical trends in Chesapeake Bay dissolved oxygen based on benthic foraminifera from sediment cores. Estuaries 23, 488-508

Willard, D.A., and Edwards, L.E., 2001. Palynomorph biostratigraphy and paleoecology of subsurface upper Neogene and Quaternary sediments in southern Jackson County, Mississippi. In Gohn, G.S., [ed.], Stratigraphic framework of the Neogene and Quaternary sediments of the Mississippi coastal zone, Jackson County, Mississippi. U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 01-415.


QUATERNARY PALYNOLOGY

Willard, D.A.

Willard, D.A., Cronin, T.M., and Verardo, S. in press. Late Holocene climate and ecosystem history from Chesapeake Bay sediment cores. The Holocene.

Willard, D.A., Holmes, C.W., Korvela, M., Mason, D., Murray, J.B., Orem, W.H., and Towles, T. 2002. in press, Paleoecological insights on fixed tree-island development in the Florida Everglades: I.
Environmental controls. In: Sklar, F. and van der Valk, A. [eds.], Tree Islands of the Everglades. Kluwer Publishers, Amsterdam.

Colman, S.M., Baucom, P.C., Bratton, J.F., Cronin, T.M., McGeehin, J.P., Willard, D.A., Zimmerman, A.R., and Vogt, P.R., 2002. Radiocarbon dating, chronologic framework, and changes in accumulation rates of Holocene estuarine sediments from Chesapeake Bay. Quaternary Research 57: 58-70.

Willard, D.A., Weimer, L.M., and Riegel, W.L., 2001. Pollen assemblages as paleoenvironmental proxies in the Florida Everglades. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 113: 213-235.

Willard, D.A., Holmes, C.W., and Weimer, L.M., 2001. The Florida Everglades ecosystem: climatic and anthropogenic impacts over the last two millennia. Bulletins of American Paleontology 361: 41-55.

Edwards, L.E., and Willard, D.A. 2001: Dinoflagellate cysts and pollen from sediment samples, Mississippi Sound and Gulf of Mexico. In Gohn, G.S. [ed.], Paleontology and geology of Mississippi Sound sediments. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-415.

Willard, D.A. and Korejwo, D.A. 2000: Holocene palynology from Marion-Dufresne cores MD99-2209 and 2207 from Chesapeake Bay, impacts of climate and historic land-use change. In Cronin, T.M. [ed.], Inital report on IMAGES V cruise of the Marion-Dufresne to Chesapeake Bay June 20-22, 1999. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-306, 78-86.

Willard, D.A., Cronin, T.M., and Ishman, S.E., 2000. Long-term patterns of vegetational and salinity change in the Lake Pontchartrain region, Louisiana. U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 00-520, 35 pp

Cronin, T., Willard, D., Karlsen, A., Ishman, S., Verardo, S., McGeehin, J., Kerhin, R., Holmes, C., Colman, S., and Zimmerman, A. 2000: Climatic variability in the eastern United States over the past millennium from Chesapeake Bay sediments. Geology 28: 3-6.

Karlsen, A.W., Cronin, T.M., Ishman, S.E., Willard, D.A., Kerhin, R., Holmes, C.W., and Marot, M. 2000: Historical trends in Chesapeake Bay dissolved oxygen based on benthic foraminifera from sediment cores. Estuaries 23


TAPHONOMY

Boyce, C.K.

Boyce, C. K., Knoll, A. H., and Hazen, R. M. 2001. Nondestructive, in situ, cellular-scale mapping of elemental abundances including organic carbon in permineralized fossils. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98: 5970-5974.

Gastaldo, R.A.

Gastaldo, R.A. 2001. Plant Taphonomy. In Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther,P.R., [eds.], Palaeobiology II, 314-317. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford.

Johnson, K.R.

Burnham, R. J., Pitman, N. C. A., Johnson, K. R., Wilf, P. 2001. Habitat-related error in estimating temperatures from leaf margin analyses in a humid tropical forest. American Journal of Botany 88: 1096-1102.

Willard, D.A.

Willard, D.A., and Edwards, L.E., 2001. Palynomorph biostratigraphy and paleoecology of subsurface upper Neogene and Quaternary sediments in southern Jackson County, Mississippi. In Gohn, G.S. [ed.], Stratigraphic framework of the Neogene and Quaternary sediments of the Mississippi coastal zone, Jackson County, Mississippi. U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 01-415


NON-FOSSIL

Doyle, J.A.

Groot, E. P., Nichol, S. A., Doyle, J. A., Rost, T. L., 2001. Phylogenetic relationships and root apical meristem organization in the dicots. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p 21.

Sauquet, H., Le Thomas, A., Doyle, J. A., Hilu, K. H., Borsch, T., Chatrou, L. W., 2001. Insights into the origin and evolution of Myristicaceae (Magnoliales), based on morphological and molecular data. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p 140.
Graham, A.

Graham, A. 2001. Forensic palynology: the Ruidoso plane crash. In Goodman, D.K. and Clarke, R.T. [eds.], Proceedings IX International Palynological Congress (Houston, Texas, USA, 1996), 609-612. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Dallas, Texas

Herendeen, P.S.

Bruneau, A., Forest, F. Herendeen, P. S. Klitgaard, B. B. and Lewis, G. P. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships in the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) as inferred from chloroplast trnL intron sequences. Systematic Botany 26: 487-514.

Ickert-Bond, S.M.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2001. Reexamination of wood anatomical features in Pinus krempfii (Pinaceae). International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal 22 (4): 355-365.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Pinkava, D.J. 2001 Vascular plant types in the Arizona State University herbarium with a brief history of the herbarium. Sida 19(4): 850-885.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. and Cranfill, R.B. 2001. Revisiting Stapf: Phylogeny of Ephedra, insights from plastid genes and morphology. Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.), p. 119.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. 2001. in press, Ephedra L. (Ephedraceae) in Ecuador, contributions from micromorphology and anatomy. In A. Freire-Fierro y D. A. Neil- Memorias del III. Congreso Ecuatoriano de Botánica.

Manchester, S.R.

Manchester, S.R. 2002. Automated Multilingual Test Translation. International Organization of Palaeobotany Newsletter. 71: 3-5.

Osborn, J.M.

Osborn, J. M., El-Ghazaly, G. and Cooper, R.L. 2001. Development of the exineless pollen wall in Callitriche truncata (Callitrichaceae) and the evolution of underwater pollination. Plant Systematics and Evolution 228: 81-87.

Skog, J.E.

Skog, J.E., Mickel, J.T., Moran, R. and Zimmer, E.A. 2001. Phylogeny of the fern genus Elaphoglossum based on two chloroplast genes. American Journal of Botany, June 2001 (abstracts).

Skog, J. E., Mickel, J.T. and Zimmer, E.A. in press. Two chloroplast sequences in the fern genus Anemia confirm phylogeny from fossil evidence. American Fern Journal.

Smith, U.R.

Smith, U. R., Kuiken, C. L., and Bhattacharya, T., 2001. The evolutionary and biogeographic history of HIV-1 subtype C. In AIDS Vaccine 2001:Program and Abstracts, 112. Foundation for AIDS Vaccine Research and Development, Alexandria, Virginia. LA-UR-01-4292.

Taylor, W.A.

Korall, P. and Taylor, W.A. Integrating megaspore morphology and molecular phylogeny in Selaginella Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, August 12-16, 2001, Albuquerque, NM. (abstr.)

Tiffney, B.H.

Tiffney, B. H. 2001. Presentation ofthe Paleontological Society Medal to Jack A. Wolfe. Journal of Paleontology 75: 919.

Tiffney, B. H. 2001. The Christian Church and Science.California Journal of Science Education 1: 51-59.

Wheeler, E.A.

Powell, A.M. and Weedin, J.F. Chromosome numbers in Chihuahuan Desert Cactaceae III. Trans-Pecos Texas. American Journal of Botany 88: 481-485.

Baas, P. and Wheeler, E.A. 2001. A survey of the wood anatomy of the PROSEA timbers. In: Saw, L.G., Chua, L.S. and Khoo, K.C. [eds.], Taxonomy - the cornerstone of biodiversity. Proceedings of the Fourth International Flora Malesiana Symposium 1998, p 51-60. FRIM, Kuala Lumpur.

Zavada, M.S.

Zavada, M.S. and Simoes, P. 2001. The possible demi-lichenization of the basidiocarps of Trametes versicolor (L.:Fries) Pilat (Polyporaceae). Northeastern Naturalist, 8: 101-112.

Hasenstein, K.H. and Zavada, M.S. 2001. Auxin modification of the incompatibility response in Theobroma cacao L. Physiologia Plantarum, 112: 113-118.


THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

Boyce, C.K.

Boyce, C. K. 2001. Leaves, lignin, and the evolution of novel organ and cell types in early land plants. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Phipps, C.J.

Phipps, C. J. 2001. The evolution of epiphyllous fungal communities with an emphasis on the Miocene of Idaho. Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.


WORK IN PROGRESS

Ash, S.R.

Creber, G. T. and Ash, S. R. The Late Triassic Schilderia adamanica and Woodworthia arizonica trees of the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, USA.

Boyce, C.K.

Boyce, C. K., Cody, G. D., Feser, M., Jacobsen, C., Knoll, A. H., and Wirick, S. Submitted. Organic chemical differentiation within fossil plant cell walls detected with X-ray spectromicroscopy.

Doyle, J.A.

Molecular phylogenies, morphology of "basal" angiosperms, and angiosperm outgroups.

Phylogeny and evolution of "basal" angiosperms (with P. K. Endress).

Phylogeny of living and fossil Chloranthaceae (with H. Eklund and P. S. Herendeen).

Integrating fossil and molecular data on the age of angiosperms (with M. J. Sanderson and S. Magallón).

Phylogeny and biogeography of Myristicaceae and Annonaceae (with H. Sauquet, A. Le Thomas, and T. Scharaschkin).

Fairon-Demaret, M.

Berry, C.M. and Fairon-Demaret, M. The architecture of Pseudosporochnus nodosus Leclercq et Banks: a Middle Devonian Cladoxylopsid from Belgium. International Journal of Plant Sciences. Work in progress.

Fairon-Demaret, M. and Smith, T. Fruits and seeds from the Tienen Formation at Dormaal, Paleocene-Eocene transition in eastern Belgium. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynolgy. Work in progress.

Gastaldo, R.A.

Murphy, S., Staub, J.R., Utgaard, J.E., and Gastaldo, R.A.Distribution of Holocene Foraminifera in the Rajang River Delta, Sarawak, East Malaysia. PALAIOS.

Gastaldo, R.A. The relationship between bedform and log orientation in a Paleogene fluvial channel, WeiBelster basin, Germany.

Pashin, J.C., and Gastaldo, R.A., Carboniferous of the Black Warrior Basin. In Wagner, R.H., and Prins-Winkler, H. [eds.], The Carboniferous of the World, Vol. 4.

Staub, J.R., and Gastaldo, R.A., Late Quaternary Incised-valley Fill and Deltaic Sediments in the Rajang River Delta. SEPM Special Publication.

Pedentchouk, N., Gastaldo, R.A., and Staub, J.R. Dispersed Organic Matter of Holocene Deposits in the Rajang River Delta, Sarawak, Malaysia. I. Palynofacies Variation Within Siliciclastic Sediments. Sedimentary Geology.

Pedentchouk, N., Gastaldo, R.A., and Staub, J.R., Dispersed Organic Matter of Holocene Deposits in the Rajang River Delta, Sarawak, Malaysia. II. Spatial Variation of Palynofacies Assemblages Within Organic-Poor Siliciclastic Sediments. Sedimentary Geology

Ickert-Bond, S.M.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. Pollen dimorphism in Ephedra L. (Ephedraceae). (with J.J. Skvarla, and W.F. Chissoe) Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (submitted).

Jacobs, B.F.

Jacobs, B.F. and Herendeen, P.S. Submitted. Eocene (46 Ma) Rainfall Estimates for Tropical East Africa Based on Fossil Leaves from Mahenge, Tanzania.

Knoll, A.H.

Jolliff, B., Knoll, A., Morris, R., Moerschsuper, J., McSween, H., Gilmore, M., Arvidson, R., Greeley, R., Herkenhoff, K. and Squyres, S., in press. Remotely-sensed geology from lander-based to orbital perspectives: Results of FIDO rover May 2000 field tests. Journal of Geophysical Research.

Boyce, C.K. and Knoll, A.H., in press. Evolution of developmental potential and the multiple independent origins of leaves in Paleozoic vascular plants. Paleobiology.

Shen, Y., Canfield, D.E. and Knoll, A.H., in press. The chemistry of mid-Proterozoic oceans: evidence from the McArthur Basin, northern Australia. American Journal of Science.

Chacón-Baca, E., Beraldi-Campesi , H., Knoll, A.H., Golubic, S. and Cevallos-Ferriz, S.R., in press. 70
million year old non-marine diatoms from northern Mexico. Geology.

Bambach, R.K., Knoll, A.H., and Sepkoski, J.J., in press. Anatomical and ecological constraints on Phanerozoic animal diversity in the marine realm. Proceedings, National Academy of Sciences, USA.

Noffke, N., Knoll, A.H. and Grotzinger, J.P., in press. Sedimentary controls on the formation and preservation of microbial mats in siliciclastic deposits: a case study from the Upper Neoproterozoic Nama Group, Namibia. Palaios.

Porter, S.M., Meisterfeld, R. and Knoll, A.H., in press. Vase-shaped microfossils from the Neoproterozoic Chuar Group, Grand Canyon: a classification guided by modern testate amoebae. Journal of Paleontology.

LePage, B.A.

LePage, B.A. , Pfefferkorn, H.W. , Beauchamp, B. and Utting, J. Late Early Permian plant fossils from the Canadian High Arctic. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (submitted).

Jahren, A.H. and LePage, B.A. Warm Eocene conditions maintained by methanogenesis in Arctic soils. Geology (submitted).

Williams, C.J., Johnson, A.H., LePage, B.A., Vann, D.R. and Taylor, K.D. Reconstruction of Tertiary Metasequoia forests I. Test of a method for biomass determination based on stem dimensions. Paleobiology (submitted).

Williams, C.J., Johnson, A.H., LePage, B.A., Vann, D.R. and Sweda, T. Reconstruction of Tertiary Metasequoia forests II. Structure, biomass and productivity of Eocene floodplain forests in the Canadian Arctic. Paleobiology (submitted).

Vann, D.R., Williams, C.J. and LePage, B.A. Submitted. Possible evolution of photosystem parameters and deciduousness in response to paleoclimate seasonality in Metasequoia glyptostroboides. Proceedings of the Evolution of Plant Physiology: An International Symposium.

LePage, B.A. A new species of Tsuga (Pinaceae) and an assessment of the evolution and biogeographic history of the genus. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (submitted).

LePage, B.A. Taiwania cryptomeroides Hayata (Taxodiaceae) in the Early Cretaceous of Alaska: evolution, biogeography and paleoecology. International Journal of Plant Sciences (submitted).

LePage, B.A. In review. The evolution, biogeography, and paleoecology of selected genera of the Pinaceae. Proceedings of the 4th International Conifer Conference.

Magallon, S.A.

Magallón, S. and Sanderson, M.J. Relationships among seed plants according to highly conserved genes: sorting conflicting phylogenetic signals among ancient lineages.

Manchester, S.R.

Manchester, S.R., Akhmetiev M.A and Kodrul, T.M. Leaves and fruits of Celtis aspera (Newberry) comb. nov. (Celtidaceae) from the Paleocene of North America and eastern Asia. International Journal of Plant Sciences.

Manchester, S.R., Chen, Z., Lu A-M. Eastern Asian endemic plant genera and their paleogeographic history in the Northern Hemisphere. Botanical Review.

Akhmetiev, M.A., Kezina, T.V. Kodrul, T.M. and Manchester, S.R. Stratigraphy and flora of the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary layers in the southeast part of the Zeya-Bureya sedimentary basin.

Mapes, G.

Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Validating the Paleozoic conifer Emporia lockardii (Mapes and Rothwell) Mapes and Rothwell. Taxon (submitted).

Dunn, M.T., Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Pachytesta hexaloba: a new species of Pachytesta from the Virgilian (Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas, USA. Journal of Paleontology (submitted).

McElwain, J.C.

McElwain, J.C., Willis, K.J. and Niklas, K.J. Large-scale patterns in plant macroevolution linked to rapid increases in atmospheric CO2 concentration. Global Change Biology (submitted).

McElwain, J.C., Willis, K.J. and Lupia, R (submitted book chapter) Cretaceous atmospheric CO2 fluctuations and their role in the radiation and diversification of Angiosperms. In Cerling, T.E., Dearing, D. and Ehleringer, J.R. [eds]. A history of atmospheric CO2 and its effect on plants, animals and ecosystems. Prospectus for Ecological Studies.

Kouwenberg, L., McElwain, J.C., Wagner, R., Kurschner, W., Visscher, H., Beerling, D.J. and Mayle, F.E. A new method of estimating paleo-atmospheric CO2 concentrations from stomatal parameters of conifer leaves. American Journal of Botany (submitted).

Hesselbo, S.P., Morgans-Bell, H.S., McElwain, J.C., McAllister Rees, P., Robinson, S.A. A carbon-cycle perturbation in the Middle Jurassic and accompanying changes in terrestrial paleoenvironment. Journal of the Geological Society, London (submitted).

Pigg, K.B.

Wehr, W. C., and Pigg, K.B. Tertiary Flowers, Fruits and Seeds of Washington State and Adjacent Areas (Part III). Washington Geology (submitted).

Retallack, G.J.

Retallack, G.J. 2002. Ecological polarities of Cenozoic fossil soil, plants and animals from central Oregon. Paleobiology (submitted).

Retallack, G.J. 2002. End-Cretaceous acid rain as a selective extinction mechanism between birds and dinosaurs. In J. Wright [ed.], Florida Symposium on Dinosaur-Bird Evolution.

Retallack, G.J. 2002. Late Oligocene bunch grassland and Early Miocene sod grassland paleosols from central Oregon, U.S.A.. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology (in preparation).

Rothwell, G.W.

Mapes, G. and G.W. Rothwell. 2001. Validating the Paleozoic conifer Emporia lockardii (Mapes and Rothwell) Mapes and Rothwell. Taxon (submitted).

Dunn, M.T., Mapes, G. and Rothwell, G.W. 2001. Pachytesta hexaloba: a new species ofPachytesta from the Virgilian (Gzhelian) Finis Shale of Texas, USA. Journal of Paleontology (submitted).

Rothwell, G.W. and Stockey, R.A. 2002. Anatomically preserved Cycadeoidea (Cycadeoidaceae), with a reevaluation of systematic characters for the seed cones of Bennettitales. American Journal of Botany (submitted).

Smith, U.R.

Novitsky, V., Smith, U. R., Gilbert, P., McLane, M. F., Chigwedere, P., Williamson, C., Ndung'u, T., Klein, I., Chang, S., Peter, T., Thior, I., Foley, B. T., Gaolekwe, S., Rybak, N., Gaseitsiwe, S., Vannberg, F., Marlink, R., Lee, T. H., and Essex, M., HIV-1 subtype C molecular phylogeny: consensus sequence for an AIDS vaccine design. Journal of Virology (submitted).

Taylor, E.L.

McManus, H.A., Boucher, L.D., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. 2002. A new stem with unusual anatomy from the Triassic of Antarctica. American Journal of Botany (submitted).

Cúneo, N.R., Taylor, E.L. and Taylor, T.N. 2002. An in situ fossil forest from the upper Fremouw Formation (Triassic) of Antarctica: Paleoenvironmental setting and paleoclimate analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (submitted).

Tomescu, A.M.F.

Tomescu, A.M.F., Rothwell, G.W. Evidence for a lower Silurian (Llandoverian) terrestrial biota in transitional subtidal to supratidal deposits of Ohio, USA. Journal of Paleontology (submitted).

Wagner, R.H.

Wagner, R.H. The composition and ages of the floras of the Cumberland Basin in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

Ameron, H.W.J. van, Gillespie, H.W. and Wagner, R.H. Daubreeia pateraeformis (Germar) Zeiller, a Stephanian sphenopsid from western Europe and North America; stratigraphic and palaeoecological implications.

Wheeler, E.A.

Baas, P., Ewers, F.W., Davis, S., and Wheeler, E.A. Evolution of xylem physiology. In: Poole, I. and Hemsley, A. [eds.], The Evolution of Plant Physiology (submitted).

Wheeler, E.A. Woods of the Denver Basin. Rocky Mountain Geology (submitted).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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