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  1. Communal hierarchy and significance of environmental parameters for brachiopods : the New Zealand Permian model /
    By: Waterhouse, J. Bruce. - Royal Ontario Museum.
    Publication info: [Toronto :Royal Ontario Museum],1973.
    Contributed by: ROM - University of Toronto (archive.org)
    Subjects: Brachiopoda, Fossil  New Zealand  Paleoecology  Paleontology  Permian  
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  2. Lower-middle Devonian conodont biostratigraphy and palaeoecology, Niagara Peninsula, Ontario /
    By: Telford, P. G. - Tarrant, G. A. - Von Bitter, Peter H. - Royal Ontario Museum.
    Publication info: Toronto :Royal Ontario Museum,1977.
    Contributed by: Royal Ontario Museum (archive.org)
    Subjects: Conodonts  Devonian  Niagara Peninsula  Ontario  Paleoecology  Paleontology  
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  3. Oligocene sedimentation, stratigraphy, paleoecology and paleoclimatology in the big Badlands of South Dakota [by] John Clark, James R. Beerbower [and] Kenneth K. Kietzke.
    By: Clark, John, - Beerbower, James R., - Kietzke, Kenneth K.,
    Publication info: [Chicago]Field Museum of Natural History,1967.
    Contributed by: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    Subjects: Badlands (S.D. and Neb.)  Geology  Geology, Stratigraphic  Oligocene  Paleoclimatology  Paleoecology  
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  4. The paleoecological history of two Pennsylvanian black shales / Rainer Zangerl and Eugene S. Richardson, Jr. ; with contributions by Bertram G. Woodland...[et al.].
    By: Zangerl, Rainer, - Richardson, Eugene Stanley,
    Publication info: Chicago :Chicago Natural History Museum,1963.
    Contributed by: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    Subjects: Paléoécologie  Paleoecology  Paleontologie  Paleontology  Pennsylvanian  Pennsylvanien  
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  5. Paleoecology of the Hay Hollow site, Arizona / Vorsila L. Bohrer, Assistant Professor, Biology, University of Massachusetts. Foreword: Paul S. Martin, Chairman Emeritus, Anthropology.
    By: Bohrer, Vorsila L. - Martin, Paul S.
    Publication info: [Chicago]Field Museum of Natural History,1972.
    Contributed by: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    Subjects: Arizona  Hay Hollow site  Hay Hollow site, Ariz  Paleoecology  Palynology  
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  1. Fossil Chondrichthyans from the Upper Pliocene Horcón Formation, Valparaíso Region, central Chile
    By: CARRILLO-BRICEÑO,JORGE D - GONZÁLEZ-BARBA,GERARDO - Landaeta,Mauricio F - NIELSEN,SVEN N
    Type: Article
    In: Revista chilena de historia natural
    Date: 2013-06-01
    Subjects: fossil sharks and rays  Neogene  Paleobiogeography  Paleoecology  South America  
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