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Ecosystem paleobiology and geobiology : presented as a Paleontological Society short course at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, Colorado, October 26, 2013 / convened by Andrew M. Bush, Sara B. Pruss, Jonathan L. Payne, editors.


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[Boulder, Colo.] : Paleontological Society, [2013]
Copyright notice:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xiv, 194 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
"October 2013"--Page preceding title page.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Introduction : Ecosystem paleobiology and geobiology : connecting the biological and earth systems / Andrew M. Bush, Sara B. Pruss, and Jonathan L. Payne
  • Theoretical ecospace for ecosystem paleobiology : energy, nutrients, biominerals, and macroevolution / Andrew M. Bush and Sara B. Pruss
  • Quantifying seafood through time : counting calories in the fossil record / Seth Finnegan
  • Microbial sedimentology of stromatolites in Neoproterozoic cap carbonates / Tanja Bosak, Giulio Mariotti, Francis A. Macdonald, J. Taylor Perron, and Sara B. Pruss
  • Tackling the 99% : can we begin to understand the paleoecology of the small and soft-bodied animal majority? / Erik A. Sperling
  • Altered primary production during mass-extinction events / Bas van de Schootbrugge and Sabine Gollner
  • Mass extinctions and the structure and function of ecosystems / Pincelli M. Hull and Simon A.F. Darroch
  • Ancient bug bites on ancient plants record forest ecosystem response to environmental perturbations / Ellen D. Currano
  • Modeling 400 million years of plant hydraulics / Jonathan P. Wilson.
Bush, Andrew M. (Andrew Milton), editor and contributor.
Pruss, Sara B., editor and contributor.
Payne, Jonathan L., editor and contributor.
Paleontological Society.
Geological Society of America. Meeting (125th : 2013 : Denver, Colo.)
The Paleontological Society papers, 1089-3326 ; volume 19
Paleontological Society papers ; v. 19.

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