The 8th Plant Taphonomy Meeting
CHALONER, W.: John Lindley and plant taphonomy in the 1830s
CHANNING, A.: Hot springs, plants, and taphonomy
EDWARDS, D. & WANG, Y.: Pinnatiramosus: Is this the earliest vascular plant?
FALCON-LANG, H.: Fire ecology of the Joggins Formation, Nova Scotia, Canada
FARRIS, M.: Palynomorph taphonomy in Triassic red-bed sequences: Sedimentary facies, sampling, and diagenetic controls
FRANCIS, J.: Eocene fossil plants from sub-glacial outcrops, Antarctica
GRÖCKE, D.: Carbon- and nitrogen-isotope ratios in fossil plants: Environmentally or globally controlled?
HABGOOD, K.: The occurrence of land plant spores in Lower Palaeozoic coprolites
HOFMANN, C.-C. & ZETTER, R.: Palynofacies and palynology of carbonaceous to coal-bearing sediments of Badersdorf, Austria
HUBER, W. & FERGUSON, D.K.: The significance of wear and tear in fruits and seeds
JONES, T. et al.: Strontium isotopes and Miocene browncoals
KÜRSCHNER. W.M. & WAGNER, F.: Taphonomic aspects of palaeoatmospheric CO2 reconstructions by means of stomata analysis
MARTINETTO, E.: Progress on fruit and seed research, as presented at Liège 1993
NGUYEN TU, T.T. et al.: Bulk and molecular preservation of the isotopic signal in Cenomanian terrestrial plants
TITCHENER, F.: The preservation of mines and arthropod traces on simulated autochthonous leaves in a lacustrine deposit
Van KONIJNENBURG-Van CITTERT, J.H.A.: An example from the Lower Liassic of Germany of fossilization after transport over only a short distance.
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