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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History of Palaeobotany
Renowned Palaeobotanists, Progress in Palaeobotany ...
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,
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Institutions & Organisations
Selected Bot. Gardens and Herbaria, Nat. Hist. Museums,
Palaeobot. Collections, Internat. Palaeo Institutions ...
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Plant Anatomy & Taxonomy
Plant Classification, Chemotaxonomy, Phylogeography, Cladistic Methods ...
Palynology
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Ecology & Palaeoenvironment
Stress Conditions, Palaeoenvironment, Ecosystem Recovery,
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Charcoal & Coal Petrology
Fossil charcoal, Fire Ecology, Coal Petrology, Coalification ...
Palaeoclimate
Stomatal Density, Rise of Oxygen, Pre-Neogene Growth Rings ...
Evolution & Extinction
Evolution Sciences vs Creationism, Insect Evo, P-Tr Extinction ...
Selected Geology
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! iDigBio. The Integrated Digitized Biocollections, the National Resource for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) funded by the National Science Foundation. Through ADBC, data and images for millions of biological specimens are being made available in electronic format for the research community. Go to:
! iDigBio Portal: iDigBio serves as the coordinating center for the national digitization effort; fosters partnerships and innovations; facilitates the determination and dissemination of digitization practices and workflows. Worth to check out: Digitization Resources.
! See especially: Search records.

D.L. Contreras (2018): A workflow and protocol describing the field to digitization process for new project-based fossil leaf collections. Open access, Applications in Plant Sciences, 6: e1025.

V. Krypczyk and C. Veikko Krypczyk, Christopher Ezell (2018), entwickler.de (in German): Grundkurs Datenbanken: Wichtige Datenbanksysteme im Überblick.

J. Dal Corso (et al. 2018): Carnian (Late Triassic) C-isotope excursions, environmental changes, and biotic turnover: a global perturbation of the Earth’s surface system. Abstract, Journal of the Geological Society, 176, 129-131. See also here (in PDF).

! MORPYHLL - database for acquisition of ecophysiologically relevant morphometric data of fossil leaves.
See also here. Please note:
C. Traiser et al. (2018): MORPHYLL: A a database of fossil leaves and their morphological traits. Palaeontologia Electronica, 21.1.1T: 1-17. Available in PDF.

M. Bernardi et al. (2018): Permian–Triassic terrestrial ecosystems of the Dolomites (Southern Alps): Field trip on the occasion of the Paleodays 2018. In PDF, Geo.Alp, 5.
Note fig. 17 (PDF page 19): The late Permian reconstruction of the Dolomites region, Northern Italy. Artwork by Davide Bonadonna.

Landesamt für Geologie, Rohstoffe und Bergbau Baden-Württemberg (LGRB), Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (in German). Go to:
Neuigkeiten zu den Geoanwendungen und Geodatendiensten des LGRB.
! Download-Bereich.
! Aufschlussdatenbank.

E.P. Coturel et al. (2018): New species of osmundaceous fertile leaves from the upper Triassic of Argentina. Open access, Acta Palaeobotanica, 58: 107–119.

J. Dal Corso (et al. 2018): The Carnian pluvial episode (Late Triassic): new insights into this important time of global environmental and biological change. Open acces, Journal of the Geological Society, 175: 986-988.

U. Lombardo (2017): River logjams cause frequent large-scale forest die-off events in Southwestern Amazonia. In PDF, Earth Syst. Dynam. Discuss. See also here.

Karl Zelger (1867): Geognostische Wanderungen im Gebiete der Trias Franken´s. PDF file, in German. See also here and there (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek).

H. Grigonis (2018); Digitaltrends.com: How to use focus stacking to get impossibly sharp photos.

DP Review: ! Thoughts on cameras w/ built-in focus bracketing/stacking. Forum contributions, started September 13, 2017.

! R. Berdan (2017), The Canadian Nature Photographer:
Focus Stacking comparing Photoshop, Helicon Focus and Zerene.
"... For stacking images once in a while, I think that Photoshop does a satisfactory job but lacks the ability to tweak the stacking process. Helicon was the easiest software to use, supports RAW files, offers features to optimize stacking and creates 3D files from the stacks. Zerene also created nice stacks and stereo images, though its lack of RAW file support and high price makes the other programs more attractive ...".

Gary Ayton's Photography Wiki:
Automatic in-camera focus stacking function for greater depth of field on Olympus cameras.

A. Woodworth (2018), Digital Photo Pro:
Stacking The Deck.

ProPhoto:
Focus Bracketing und Focus Stacking: Automatische Fokus-Aufnahmereihen. In German.

F. Heller (1930): Geologische Untersuchungen im Bereiche des fränkischen Grundgipses. PDF file, in German. Abhandl. Naturhist. Ges. Nürnberg, 33: 45-114. See also here (Google books).

! J.E.J. Mertens et al. (2017): The use of low cost compact cameras with focus stacking functionality in entomological digitization projects. Open access, Zookeys, 712: 141–154.
Images of a professional setup were compared with the Olympus Stylus TG-4 Tough, a low-cost compact camera with internal focus stacking functions.

D. Demolder (2018), LumixG Experience: In-Camera Focus Stacking.

M. Bridge (2016), SLR Lounge: Is Helicon Focus The Best Focus Stacking Software? {Review}

R. Mukherjee (2017), Photo Workout:
Best Macro Cameras (Compare 9 Top Picks in 2018).

DSLR Forum (in German):
Welche Kameras bieten internes Stacking? In German.

Have Camera Will Travel:
Focus Stacking with the Olympus TG-5 Tough Camera.

J. Sherman (2019), Photographylife.com: Nikon D850 Focus Stacking Overview.

Nikon Professional Services (NPS). This is a Nikon organization designed solely to assist qualified, full-time professional photographers:
Focus Shift Photography.
! Technical Solutions, D850 TIPS: Focus Stacking (Focus Shift Photography). In-Camera Focus Stacking.

Bruce Wunderlich, Digital Photography School:
A Beginner’s Guide to Focus Stacking.

U. Fischer (2016):
Focus Stacking leicht gemacht. In German.

! M.J. Donoghue et al. (2015): Confluence, synnovation, and depauperons in plant diversification. Open access, New Phytologist, 207: 260–274.

C. Weiss et al., (2006); Institut für Paläontologie, Erlangen: Naturwerksteine im westlichen Oberfranken - von Bamberg nach Coburg. In German. Institut für Angewandte Geowissenschaften, TU Berlin.

D. Casane and P. Laurenti (2013): Why coelacanths are not ‘living fossils’. A review of molecular and morphological data. In PDF, Bioessays, 35: 332–338.

D.J. Bennett et al. (2018): Quantifying the living fossil concept. Palaeontologia Electronica.

P. Grandcolas et al. (2014): Relict species: a relict concept? In PDF, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 29: 655–663. See also here.

D.J. Bennett et al. (2017): Evolutionarily distinct “living fossils” require both lower speciation and lower extinction rates. In PDF, Paleobiology, 43: 34-48. See also here.

T.J.M. Schopf (1984): Rates of Evolution and the Notion of "Living Fossils". Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 12. See also here.

! A.M.F. Tomescu et al. (2018): Why Are Bryophytes So Rare in the Fossil Record? A Spotlight on Taphonomy and Fossil Preservation Transformative Paleobotany. Abstract. In: Papers to Commemorate the Life and Legacy of Thomas N. Taylor. Pages 375-416. See also here (in PDF).
! A.M.F. Tomescu et al. (2017): The bryophyte fossil record database, Paleozoic through Paleogene. Zip-file (doc), hosted by Book companion - Transformative Paleobotany.
"The tables contain mosses and liverworts and hornworts, respectively, arranged in alphabetical order. Each entry represents a taxonomically and stratigraphically distinct (i.e., in terms of rock unit) occurrence".

! B. Cariglino et al. (2018): A Middle Triassic macroflora from southwestern Gondwana (Mendoza, Argentina) with typical Northern Hemisphere elements: Biostratigraphic, palaeogeographic and palaeoenvironmental implications. Abstract, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 257: 1-18. See also here (in PDF).

! R. Pérez-de la Fuente et al. (2018): The hatching mechanism of 130-million-year-old insects: an association of neonates, egg shells and egg bursters in Lebanese amber. In PDF, Palaeontology, 2018, pp. 1–13. See also here (open access).

S.L. Wing et al. (1992): Mesozoic and early Cenozoic terrestrial ecosystems. In PDF.
The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.
! See especially page 329 (on PDF page 3): "Triassic Biotas"

Library, Berkeley University of California: Online Vegetation and Plant Distribution Maps: World. A link directory.

Jonathan Adams, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN: An atlas of the ice age Earth. Ecosystems maps, based on compilations of the available information in the literature. Dates are given in radiocarbon years.
Snapshot provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Julia K. Johnson, Stephen J. Reynolds (Dept. of Geological Sciences, Arizona State University), Nicholas J. Olejniczak, and Jonathan A. Foley (Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment, University of Wisconsin, Madison) Biosphere 3D. The Biosphere 3D site (mostly using maps from the "Atlas of the Biosphere") has links to QuickTime movies of maps of the Biosphere draped over digital topography in globes that you can spin and tilt. Globes may be rotated using the mouse, zoomed using the shift-key, and unzoomed using the crtl-key.
Website outdated. The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

J.M. Adams and H. Faure, Quaternary Environments Network (QEN): Global atlas of paleovegetation since the last glacial maximum. A set of preliminary, broad-scale ecosystem map reconstructions is presented for the world at the Last Glacial Maximum (18,000 years ago) and the early Holocene (8,000 years ago), the mid Holocene (5,000 years ago).
The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! W. Cao et al. (2017): Improving global paleogeography since the late Paleozoic using paleobiology. In PDF, Biogeosciences, 14: 5425–5439. See also here, and especially
! there. (EarthByte, an internationally leading eGeoscience collaboration between several Australian Universities, international centres of excellence and industry partners.

! T.H. Torsvik and L.R.M. Cocks (2004): Earth geography from 400 to 250 Ma: a palaeomagnetic, faunal and facies review. In PDF, Journal of the Geological Society, 161: 555-572. See also here.

! C.R. Scotese and N. Wright (2018): PALEOMAP Paleodigital Elevation Models (PaleoDEMS) for the Phanerozoic. In PDF, earthbyte.org. See especially:
! PaleoDEM Resource – Scotese and Wright. A complete set of the PALEOMAP PaleoDEMs can be downloaded.

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Mapping tools for botanists, part one: SimpleMappr.
Mapping tools for botanists, part two: Locus Map.

P.M. Rees et al. (2002): Permian Phytogeographic Patterns and Climate Data/Model Comparisons. PDF file. The link is to a version archived by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.
See also here and there.

Raino Lampinen, Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History CARTOGRAPHIC LINKS FOR BOTANISTS.
This expired link is now available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! L. Ragnia and T. Greb (2018): Secondary growth as a determinant of plant shape and form. Open access, Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology, 79: 58-67.

! M.D. Crisp et al. (2011): Flammable biomes dominated by eucalypts originated at the Cretaceous–Palaeogene boundary. Open access, Nature Communications.

! M. Haworth and J. McElwain (2008): Hot, dry, wet, cold or toxic? Revisiting the ecological significance of leaf and cuticular micromorphology. In PDF, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 262: 79–90. See also here.

B. Gomez et al. (2001): Plant taphonomy and palaeoecology in the lacustrine Uña delta (Late Barremian, Iberian Ranges, Spain). Abstract, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 170: 133-148. See also here (in PDF).

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Natural science in schools, Mission: Climate Earth. Teaching material, in PDF.

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Natural science in schools, Diversity of Life. Teaching material, in PDF.

R. Van Noorden (2014): Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network. Giant academic social networks have taken off to a degree that no one expected even a few years ago. Nature, 512.

C. Hauschke (2016): Artikel bei ResearchGate und Co hochladen: Welcher Verlag erlaubt was? Und wie Open Access ist das eigentlich?. In German, Bibliblog der Hochschule Hannover.

R.S. Kelly and A. Nel (2018): Revision of some damsel-dragonflies (Odonata, Liassophlebiidae and Anglophlebiidae new family) from the Triassic/Jurassic of England and Antarctica. In PDF, Journal of Paleontology, 92: 1035-1048.

D. Coty et al. (2014): The First Ant-Termite Syninclusion in Amber with CT-Scan Analysis of Taphonomy. Open access, PLoS ONE 9.

Student Life, Post University, Waterbury, Connecticut, USA:
! 7 Great Educational Search Engines for Students.

Issac Avila, Association of Internet Research Specialists (AIRS), Toronto, ON, Canada:
! Top 9 Educational Search Engines for Students.

Anna Heinrich, Rasmussen College:
! 15 Educational Search Engines College Students Should Know About.

The Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
! Databases. The electronic registration of the plant collections. "The goal is to provide an efficient way of searching for specimens and working on particular groups of plants or fossil sites". Go to:
Triassic and Jurassic plants of Scania; see especially Specimens by publication.
! Triassic plants of Thale, Germany; see especially Specimen by publication.
! Triassic plants of Lunz, Austria.
Triassic plants of Eastern Australia.
Also worth to visit:
The Schweitzer Collection.

P.E. Olsen et al. (2018): Colorado Plateau Coring Project, Phase I (CPCP-I): a continuously cored, globally exportable chronology of Triassic continental environmental change from western North America. In PDF, Sci. Dril., 24: 15–40.

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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
! List of academic databases and search engines.

Quertime (a source for info and news in technology, social media, mobile, design and more):
! Top 25 Educational Search Engines for Students and Academic Researchers.

L.C.A. Martínez et al. (2017): A new Encephalarteae trunk (Cycadales) from the Cretaceous of Patagonia (Mata Amarilla Formation, Austral Basin), Argentina. In PDF, Cretaceous Research, 72: 81-94. See also here.

J.G. Pausas and E. Ribeiro (2017): Fire and plant diversity at the global scale. In PDF, Global Ecol Biogeogr., 26: 889–897. See also here.

D.W. Taylor and H. Li (2018): Paleobotany: Did flowering plants exist in the Jurassic period? eLife, 7: e43421.
"... we infer that Nanjinganthus shows substantial similarity to predicted models of ancestral characters and Early Cretaceous angiosperms, so the evidence suggests that it is a Jurassic flowering plant. ..."

H. Piwowar et al. (2018): The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles. Open access, PeerJ, 6.

! Kopernio (Clarivate Analytics). Kopernio is a free browser plug-in and web platform, powered by ground-breaking technology that enables one-click access to academic journal articles, across library subscriptions, publisher websites, OA repositories, databases and search engines. Worth to find out: Kopernio: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). See especially:
The New Plugins — What Goals Are the Access Solutions Pursuing? (by Kent Anderson, 2018, The Scholarly Kitchen).
Sie wollen den Turbo für Wissenschaftler im Netz bauen. In German.
Web of Science owner buys tool that offers one-click access to journal articles. Kopernio’s web-browser extension simplifies process of finding and legally downloading scholarly publications. (Nature, 2018).
Two New Services Aim to Improve Access to Scholarly PDFs (by Terry Ballard, 2017).

! Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Münster, Zweigbibliothek Medizin: Elf Wege an Elsevier-Artikel zu kommen, die nicht in Münster verfügbar sind. In German.

N. Nastase (2017): The open access road to content. Library Trends.

C. Rapple (2018): Understanding and supporting researchers’ choices in sharing their publications: the launch of the FairShare Network and Shareable PDF. In PDF, Insights, 31: 7, 1–7. See also here.










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