Links for Palaeobotanists

An annotated collection of pointers to information on palaeobotany
or to WWW resources which may be of use to palaeobotanists (with an Upper Triassic bias).

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Teaching Documents
Palaeobotany, Palaeontology, Palaeoecology, Field Trip Guides ...
Fossil and Recent Plant Taxa
Sphenophyta, Cycads, Bennettitales, Coniferophyta ...
Preservation & Taphonomy
Plant Taphonomy, Cuticles, Amber, Log Jams ...
Palaeobotanical Tools
Preparation & Conservation, Drawing, Writing,
Microscopy, TEM, Photography, Microtomography ...
Institutions & Organisations
Selected Bot. Gardens and Herbaria, Nat. Hist. Museums,
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Conferences & List Server
Conferences, Mailing Lists, Newsgroups ...

Articles in Palaeobotany
Plant Evolution, What is Palaeobotany? Jurassic Palaeobotany ...
Plant Anatomy & Taxonomy
Plant Classification, Chemotaxonomy, Phylogeography, Cladistic Methods ...
Palynological Associations, Acritarchs, Dinoflagellates, Palynofacies ...
Ecology & Palaeoenvironment
Stress Conditions, Palaeoenvironment, Ecosystem Recovery,
Palaeosoils, Plant Roots, Playa Lakes, Animal-Plant Interaction ...
Charcoal & Coal Petrology
Fossil charcoal, Fire Ecology, Coal Petrology, Coalification ...
Stomatal Density, Rise of Oxygen, Pre-Neogene Growth Rings ...
Evolution & Extinction
Evolution Sciences vs Creationism, Insect Evo, P-Tr Extinction ...
Selected Geology
Geological Timescale, Palaeogeography, Sedimentology, Gaia Hypothesis ...
Palaeontological Software, Software of all topics ...
All about Upper Triassic
Triassic Palaeobotany, Tr. Palynology, Tr. Climate,
Triassic Stratigraphy, The European Keuper ...
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S.N. Césari and C. Colombi (2016): Palynology of the Late Triassic Ischigualasto Formation, Argentina: Paleoecological and paleogeographic implications. In PDF, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 449. See also here, and there.

J.G. Ogg et al. (2019): Global Paleogeography through the Proterozoic and Phanerozoic: Goals and Challenges. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition), 93: 59-60. See also here.

Wayne´s Word (by W.P. Armstrong):
Parasitic Flowering Plants. Flowering plants that live on other plants.

X. Liu et al. (2018): Liverwort Mimesis in a Cretaceous Lacewing Larva. Open access, Current Biology, 28: 1475-1481.
Note figure 3: Reconstruction of two larvae resting on liverworts.

! E. Martinetto et al. (2018): Worldwide temperate forests of the Neogene: Never more diverse? Abstract, in PDF. 10th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference, University College Dublin, Ireland.
See also here.

N. Haider (2018): A Brief Review on Plant Taxonomy and its Components. In PDF, The Journal of Plant Science Research, 34: 275-290. See also here.

Wayne´s Word (by W.P. Armstrong):
Bryophyte Photos.

T. He et al. (2019): Fire as a key driver of Earth's biodiversity. In PDF, Biological Reviews. See also here.

S. McMahon et al. (2018): A Field Guide to Finding Fossils on Mars. Open access, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 123: 1012–1040.

! L. Meho and K. Yang (2007): Impact of data sources on citation counts and rankings of LIS faculty: Web of Science versus Scopus and Google Scholar. In PDF, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58: 2105-2125. See also here.
"... Results show that Scopus significantly alters the relative ranking of those scholars that appear in the middle of the rankings and that GS [Google Scholar] stands out in its coverage of conference proceedings as well as international, non-English language journals. The use of Scopus and GS, in addition to WoS [Web of Science], helps reveal a more accurate and comprehensive picture of the scholarly impact of authors. ..."

E. Garfield (2006): The history and meaning of the journal impact factor. JAMA-Journal of the American Medical Association, 295: 90-93. See also here.

K. Antelman (2004): Do open-access articles have a greater research impact? Open access, Coll. Res. Libr., 65: 372-382.
"... The finding is that, across all four disciplines, freely available articles do have a greater research impact. ..."

P.A. Lawrence (2007): The Mismeasurement of Science. Open access, Current Biology, 17. See also here (PDF file).

Jeff Crabaugh (University of Wyoming), The Science Education Resource Center (SERC), Carleton College: Teaching Geoscience with Visualizations: Using Images, Animations, and Models Effectively, River Systems: Process and Form. Snapshot taken by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.
This site provides access to a number of visualizations and supporting material that can be used effectively to teach students about physical processes acting in rivers and their floodplains. Visualizations include simple animations, visual output from numerical models, as well as numerous static illustrations and photos.
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

É. Archambault and V. Larivière (2009): History of the journal impact factor: Contingencies and consequences. In PDF, Scientometrics.
Website outdated, download a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

J. Hill and K. Davis, Geology Rocks: Introduction to Carbonates.
This expired link is now available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Philippe Claeys, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of California, Berkeley: When the sky fell on our heads: Identification and interpretation of impact products in the sedimentary record. U.S. National Report to IUGG, 1991-1994, Rev. Geophys. Vol. 33 Suppl.; 1995. American Geophysical Union.
The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! E. Kustatscher and G. Roghi (2016; starting on PDF page 4): The Triassic flora of northern Italy.
! N. Buratti et al. (2016; starting on PDF page 22): The Triassic flora from central Italy.
! N. Buratti et al. (2016; starting on PDF page 26): The Triassic flora of southern Italy.
! G.G. Scanu et al. (2016; starting on PDF page 34): The Triassic flora of Sardinia.
In: A. Bertini and A. Miola (eds.): Palaeobotany of Italy. Publication of the Museum of Nature South Tyrol, 9.
See also here and there.

H. Drake and C.J. Burrows (1980): The influx of potential macrofossils into Lady Lake, north Westland, New Zealand. In PDF, New Zealand Journal of Botany, 18: 257-274.

! D. Peris et al. (2017): False Blister Beetles and the Expansion of Gymnosperm-Insect Pollination Modes before Angiosperm Dominance. Open access, Current Biology, 27: 897–904.

S.C. Cappellari et al. (2013): Evolution: Pollen or Pollinators — Which Came First? Open access, Current Biology, 23.

M. Wei-Haas (2019): Bizarre Fossils Reveal Asia's Oldest Known Forest. National Geographic Australia.

R. Butzmann (2016): Neu in Angriff genommen:die Bearbeitung der Flora der Fossillagerstätte Brunn Oberes Kimmeridgium. PDF file, in German. Freunde der Bayerischen Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und Historische Geologie München e.V. See also here.
Note fig. 1: The palaeogeographical map.

BBC News:
Scientists want creationism teaching ban in Welsh schools (September 05, 2019).

National Center for Science Education (NCSE), Oakland, CA. Some actual reports.
NCSE is a US-nationally-recognized clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and "scientific creationism" out.
Banning creationism in Welsh schools? (by Glenn Branch, September 06, 2019).

C. Blanco-Moreno et al. (2019): A novel approach for the metric analysis of fern fronds: Growth and architecture of the Mesozoic fern Weichselia reticulata in the light of modern ferns. Open access, PLoS ONE, 14: e0219192.

! D. Turner and J.C. Havstad (2019): Philosophy of Macroevolution. Open access, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

G. Wilson (2016): How Digital Plagiarism Detection of Your Content Protects Your Business. Business 2 Community.

Purdue University Global: Plagiarism and Paraphrasing. Information on how to provide proper citations and credibility in academic writing.

W.A. DiMichele et al. (2006): Paleoecology of Late Paleozoic pteridosperms from tropical Euramerica. In PDF, The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 133: 83-118. See also here.

T.P. Wyka et al. (2013): Phenotypic correlates of the lianescent growth form: a review. Free access, Annals of Botany, 112: 1667–1681.

M.J. Benton (2016): The Triassic. Open access, Current Biology, 26: R1214–R1218.

Deutsche Apotheker Zeitung (in German): Moose – vielversprechend und enttäuschend.

! D. Wang et al. (2019): The Most Extensive Devonian Fossil Forest with Small Lycopsid Trees Bearing the Earliest Stigmarian Roots. Current Biaology, 29: 2604-2615. See also here (in PDF).
Note figure 6: Reconstruction of Guangdedendron.
! Note figure 7: Reconstruction of Xinhang Forest Landscape.
Also worth checking out: Ältester fossiler Wald Asiens entdeckt. Scinexx, in German.

V.A. Krassilov and Y.D. Zakharov (1975): Pleuromeia from the Lower Triassic of the Far East of the USSR. In PDF, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. See also here.

American Society of Plant Biologists: Education & Research - Bookmarks > Selaginella.
Website outdated. The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Michel Desfayes, Fully, Switzerland ("the irrepressible compiler"):
Bibliography of Isoetes (2006). Including fossil species.
Now recovered from the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

H.-B. Wei et al. (2019): Fungi–plant–arthropods interactions in a new conifer wood from the uppermost Permian of China reveal complex ecological relationships and trophic networks. In PDF, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. See also here.

S. Xiao and Q. Tang (2018): After the boring billion and before the freezing millions: evolutionary patterns and innovations in the Tonian Period. In PDF, Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, 2: 161–171. See also here,

D.E. Soltis et al. (2018): Using and navigating the plant tree of life. In PDF, American Journal of Botany, 105: 287–290. See also here.

M. Dolezych and W. Schneider (2006): Inkohlte Hölzer und Cuticulae dispersae aus dem 2. Miozänen Flözhorizont im Tagebau Welzow (Lausitz)–Taxonomie und vergleichende feinstratigraphisch-fazielle Zuordnung. PDF file, in German. Zeitschrift für geologische Wiss. See also here.
Note photographs of tree stumps on plate 2.

M. Dolezych (2005): Koniferenhölzer im Lausitzer Flöz und ihre ökologische Position. PDF file, in German, with English summary (starting on PDF page 27). LLP Contributions Series, 19. See also here.
Note photographs on PDF page 312, 313, 336.

! X. Shi (2016): Fossil plants and environmental changes during the Permian-Triassic transition in Northwest China. Thesis, Paleontology, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris. See also here.

A.M.F. Tomescu et al. (2017): Developmental programmes in the evolution of Equisetum reproductive morphology: a hierarchical modularity hypothesis. In PDF, Annals of Botany, 119: 489–505. See also: Sporangiophore development and Equisetum strobilus: how fossils and reproductive morphologies illuminate horsetail origins and homology. Free access, Content Snapshot.

G. Nice and P. Sikkema: The Ancient Horsetail. In PDF, Purdue Extension Weed Science.

I. Metcalfe et al. (2015): High-precision U-Pb CA-TIMS calibration of Middle Permian to Lower Triassic sequences, mass extinction and extreme climate-change in eastern Australian Gondwana. Abstract, Gondwana Research, 28: 61-81. See also here (in PDF).
"... There appears to be no evidence for terrestrial or marine extinctions in southern hemisphere Gondwana related to the Emeishan LIP or low-latitude marine extinctions in the northern hemisphere. Proposed causative mechanisms (dramatic sea-level fall, volcanism, cooling) for the Capitanian extinctions appear to have only affected northern hemisphere low-latitude warm-climate biota. ..."

E. Schneebeli-Hermann et al. (2013): Evidence for atmospheric carbon injection during the end-Permian extinction. Abstract, Geology, 41: 579-582. See also here (in PDF).

A. Bekker et al. (2004): Dating the rise of atmospheric oxygen. Free access, Nature, 427: 117-120.
"Several lines of geological and geochemical evidence indicate that the level of atmospheric oxygen was extremely low before 2.45 billion years (Gyr) ago, and that it had reached considerable levels by 2.22 Gyr ago. (...) evidence that the rise of atmospheric oxygen had occurred by 2.32 Gyr ago".

Robert A. Berner (2004): The Phanerozoic carbon cycle: CO2 and O2. In PDF, Oxford University Press.

J.F. Kasting (2001): Department of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University: The Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen. PDF file, Science 293.
This expired link is now available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

M. Stoffel and C. Corona (2014): Dendroecological dating of geomorphic disturbance in trees. In PDF, Tree-Ring Research 70: 3-20. See also here.

S. Bengtson et al. (2017): Three-dimensional preservation of cellular and subcellular structures suggests 1.6 billion-year-old crown-group red algae. Open Access, PLoS Biol., 15: e2000735.

M.A. Fedonkin (2003): The origin of the Metazoa in the light of the Proterozoic fossil record. In PDF, Paleontological Research, 7: 9-41. See also here.

R. Sharma et al. (2019): Distribution of phytoliths in plants: a review. Open access, Geology, Ecology, and Landscapes, 3: 123-148.

J.B. Riding and J. Lucas-Clark (2016): The Life and Scientific Work of William R. Evitt (1923–2009). In PDF, Palynology, 40.

S.J. Fischer and S.T. Hasiotis (2018): Ichnofossil assemblages and palaeosols of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, south-eastern Utah (USA): Implications for depositional controls and palaeoclimate. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae, 88: 127-162. See also here.

C.H. Wellman et al. (2019): Filamentous green algae from the Early Devonian Rhynie chert. Free access, PalZ.

B.H. Lomax et al. (2014): Reconstructing relative genome size of vascular plants through geological time. Free access, New Phytologist, 201: 636–644.

David D. Cass, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta: Earliest Evidence of Flowering Plants. 32 slides.
Website outdated. The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

J. Tong et al. (2019): Triassic integrative stratigraphy and timescale of China. Free access, SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences, 62, 1: 189-222. See also here.

R. Below and M. Bundschuh (2009): Befahrung des Tagebaues Garzweiler der RWE - Protokoll. PDF file, in German. See also here.

Dennis Blank (in German):
Welche Olympus OM-D? Vergleich und Kaufberatung von E-M5, E-M10 und E-M1 (January 3, 2015).
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Einstellungen, Tipps & Tricks (May 18, 2014).

S. Specht (2014): Stratigraphie und Tektonik im Grossraum Massbach (Lauer) zwischen den Naturparks Bayerische Rhön und Hassberge. PDF file; Thesis, in German. Thesis, Julius–Maximilians–Universität Würzburg.

E.L. Zodrow and J.A. D'angelo (2013): Digital compression maps: an improved method for studying Carboniferous foliage. In PDF, Atlantic Geology. See also here.
"... The image of any freed frond segment of compression foliage that has been reprocessed digitally to represent its original structure is called a compression map. ..."

I.H. Escapa et al. (2019): Integrative Paleobotany: Affirming the Role of Fossils in Modern Plant Biology—Introduction and Dedication. In PDF, Special Issue—Rothwell Celebration, Int. J. Plant Sci., 180: 459–463. 2019. See also here.

O. Rösler (1978): Advances in Palaeobotany and Allied Sciences in Brazil. PDF file.

! C.C. Loron et al. (2019): Early fungi from the Proterozoic era in Arctic Canada. The complimentary shared article; Nature, 570: 232–235. See also here and there (in German).

M. Backer et al. (2019): Frond morphology and epidermal anatomy of Compsopteris wongii (T. Halle) Zalessky from the Permian of Shanxi, China. Open access, PalZ.

Hans-J. Weiss, Rabenau, Germany: Chert News. You can also navigate from the Site map.

! J. Barros et al. (2015): The cell biology of lignification in higher plants. Free access, Annals of Botany, 115: 1053–1074.

L. Marynowski et al. (2008): Systematic relationships of the Mesozoic wood genus Xenoxylon: an integrative biomolecular and palaeobotanical approach. PDF file, N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh., 247: 177-189.
This expired link is now available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

D.M. Wilkinson (2012): Paleontology and Ecology: Their Common Origins and Later Split. In PDF.
In: J. Louys (ed.): Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation.
See also here (in PDF).

D. Uhl (2013); article start on page 433:
The paleoflora of Frankenberg/Geismar (NW-Hesse, Germany) - a largely unexplored "treasure chest" of anatomically preserved plants from the Late Permian (Wuchiapingian) of the Euramerican floral province. PDF file; In: Lucas, S.G., et al. eds., The Carboniferous-Permian Transition. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Bulletin, 60, 433-443. See also here.
Note Fig. 6c: Fine-grained pyrite in cell lumina and granular pyrite replacing former cell walls in a fragment of a pyritized needle of Pseudovoltzia liebeana.

Z. Feng et al. (2019): Beetle borings in wood with host response in early Permian conifers from Germany. Free access, PalZ.

M.J. Hopkins et al. (2018): The inseparability of sampling and time and its influence on attempts to unify the molecular and fossil records. Free access, Paleobiology, 44: 561–574.
"... Although neither the molecular record nor the fossil record are perfect, the two records bear independent limitations, and what is missing from one is often available in the other. We must deal with the different and sometimes complex relationships between time and sampling to take full advantage of the complementary nature of the two records. ..."

Q. Liu et al. (2018): High niche diversity in Mesozoic pollinating lacewings. Open access, Nature Communications, 9: 3793.

P. Kenrick (2017): Changing expressions: a hypothesis for the origin of the vascular plant life cycle. Free access, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, 373: 20170149.
Note reconstructions of early land plants in fig. 4 and 5: Aglaophyton majus, Horneophyton lignieri, Remyophyton delicatum, Lyonophyton rhyniense, Lycopodium annotinum.

C.C. Davis and S. Matthews (2019):
! Evolution of Land Plants. In PDF. Evolution of land plants in a nutshell, including a selected annotated bibliography.
Issued in Oxford Bibliographies, selected bibliographies for a variety of academic topics.

C.C. Davis and H. Schaefer (2011): Plant Evolution: Pulses of Extinction and Speciation in Gymnosperm Diversity. Open access, Current Biology.

G.D.A. Werner et al. (2014): A single evolutionary innovation drives the deep evolution of symbiotic N2-fixation in angiosperms. Open access, Nature Communications, 5: 4087.

P.R. Crane et al. (2010): Darwin and the Evolution of Flowers. PDF file, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, 365: 347-350.
The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Yin-Long Qiu and Jeffrey D. Palmer (1999): Phylogeny of early land plants: insights from genes and genomes. In PDF.
Now recovered from the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! S.A. Salamon et al. (2018): Putative late ordovician land plants. In PDF, New Phytologist.

E. Kustatscher et al. (2019): Did the Czekanowskiales already exist in the late Permian? Free access, PalZ.

C. Sun et al. (2015): A New Species of Czekanowskia (Czekanowskiales) from the Middle Jurassic of Ordos Basin, China. In PDF, Botanica Pacifica, 4: 149-155.

W. Huang et al. (2016): New Phoenicopsis leaves (Czekanowskiales) from the Middle Jurassic Daohugou Biota, China and their roles in phytogeographic and paleoclimatic reconstruction. In PDF, Palaeoworld, 25: 388–398. See also here.

R. Li et al. (2019): Ricciopsis sandaolingensis sp. nov., a new fossil bryophyte from the Middle Jurassic Xishanyao Formation in the Turpan-Hami Basin, Xinjiang, Northwest China. Open access, Palaeontologia Electronica. See also here (in PDF).

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