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  1. 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and palynology of the Cerro Negro Formation, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica: a new radiometric tie for Cretaceous terrestrial biostratigraphy in the Southern Hemisphere
Hathway, B.; Duane, A.M.; Cantrill, D.J.; Kelley, S.P.
In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (BAS), 46, No. 4, 593-606
Hathway, B. (Author)550.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. 100 million years of Antarctic climate evolution: evidence from fossil plants (2008)
Francis, J.E.; ASHWORTH, A.C.; Cantrill, D.J.; Crame, J.A.; HOWE, J.; STEPHENS, R.S.; TOSOLINI, A.-M.; THORN, V.
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Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ChapterAdd To Basket
  3. The age of the base of the Gustav Group in the James Ross Basin, Antarctica
Riding, J.B.; Crame, J.A.; Dettman, M.E.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 19, No. 1, 87-105
Riding, J.B. (James B. (BGS 1980-) (Author)551.763ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Biodiversity and terrestrial ecology of a mid-Cretaceous, high-latitude floodplain, Alexander Island, Antarctica
Falcon-Lang, H.J.; Cantrill, D.J.; Nichols, G.J.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 158, Pt. 4, 709-724
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Broadening our horizons
Cantrill, D.J.; Storey, B.C.
In: NERC News, Autumn 1997, 8-10
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)791.44ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. A Cretaceous (Aptian) flora from President Head, Snow Island, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Palaeontographica Abt. B, 253, No. 4-6, 153-191
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Cretaceous (Late Albian) coniferales of Alexander Island, Antarctica. 2. Leaves, reproductive structures and roots
Cantrill, D.J.; Falcon-Lang, H.J.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 115, 119-145
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Cretaceous (Late Albian) coniferales of Alexander Island, Antarctica. I. Wood taxonomy: a quantitative approach
Falcon-Lang, H.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 111, 1-17
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Cretaceous and Cenozoic vegetation of Antarctic integrating the fossil wood record (2006)
Poole, I.; Cantrill, D.J.
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  10. Cretaceous high-latitude terrestrial ecosystems: an example from Alexander Island, Antarctica (2001)
Cantrill, D.J.
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  11. Cretaceous patterns of floristic change in the Antarctic Peninsula (2002)
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
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  12. Early Cretaceous fern foliage from President Head, Snow Island, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Alcheringa, 22, 241-258
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.35ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Early Cretaceous Gleicheniaceae and Matoniaceae (Gleicheniales) from Alexander Island, Antarctica
NAGALINGUM, N.S.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 138, No. 2, 73-93
NAGALINGUM, N.S. (Author)561.35ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. Early Oligocene Nothofagus from CRP-3, Antarctica: implications for the vegetation history
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Terra Antartica, 8, No. 4, 401-406
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  15. Fern thickets from the Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica containing Alamatus bifarius Douglas and Aculea acicularis sp. nov
Cantrill, D.J.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 17, No. 2, 169-182
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.35ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Ferns from the Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica: implications for Cretaceous phytogeography of the Southern Hemisphere
Cantrill, D.J.; NAGALINGUM, N.S.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 137, 83-103
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.35ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Floristics of a Lower Cretaceous freshwater lake deposit from President Head, Snow Island, South Shetland Islands (1997)
Cantrill, D.J.
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  18. The fossil record of Cunoniaceae: new evidence from Late Cretaceous wood of Antarctica
Poole, I.; Cantrill, D.J.; HAYES, P.; Francis, J.E.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 111, 127-144
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. A fossil wood flora from King George Island: ecological implications for an Antarctic Eocene vegetation
Poole, I.; HUNT, R.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Annals of Botany, 88, 33-54
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. Fossil woods from Williams Point Beds, Livingston Island, Antarctica: a Late Cretaceous southern high latitude flora
Poole, I.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Palaeontology, 44, Pt. 6, 1081-1112
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Fossilised forests in a frozen land
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
In: NERC News, Spring 2002, 18-20
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Gymnosperm woods from the Cretaceous (mid-Aptian) Cerro Negro Formation, Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, Antarctica: the arborescent vegetation of a volcanic arc
Falcon-Lang, H.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 22, No. 3, 277-293
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Hepatophytes from the Early Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica: systematics and paleoecology
Cantrill, D.J.
In: International Journal of Plant Sciences, 158, No. 4, 476-488
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Late Cretaceous plant mesofossils from Table Nunatak, Antarctica
EKLUND, H.; Cantrill, D.J.; Francis, J.E.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 25, No. 2, 211-228
EKLUND, H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian-Tithonian) macrofossil assemblage from Jason Peninsula, Graham Land: evidence for a significant northward extension of the Latady Formation
Riley, T.R.; Crame, J.A.; Thomson, M.R.A.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Antarctic Science, 9, No. 4, 434-442
Riley, T.R. (Author)56ArticleAdd To Basket
  26. Late Triassic megaspores from the Amery Group, Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.; DRINNAN, A.N.
In: Alcheringa, 18, 71-78
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)58.081.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Late Triassic plant fossils from the Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.; DRINNAN, A.N.; Webb, J.A.
In: Antarctic Science, 7, No. 1, 51-62
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. Latest Jurassic-earliest Cretaceous age for a fossil flora from the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula
HUNTER, M.A.; Cantrill, D.J.; Flowerdew, M.J.
In: Antarctic Science, 18, No. 2, 261-264
HUNTER, M.A. (Author)551.76ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Leaf phenology of some mid-Cretaceous polar forests, Alexander Island, Antarctica
Falcon-Lang, H.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Geological Magazine, 138, No. 1, 39-52
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Maastrichtian stratigraphy of Antarctica
Crame, J.A.; Francis, J.E.; Cantrill, D.J.; Pirrie, D.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 25, No. 3, 411-423
Crame, J.A. (Author)551.763ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Macrofossil floras of the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula
Cantrill, D.J.; HUNTER, M.A.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 48, No. 3, 537-553
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Mid-Jurassic age for the Botany Bay Group: implications for Weddell Sea Basin creation and southern hemisphere biostratigraphy
HUNTER, M.A.; Cantrill, D.J.; Flowerdew, M.J.; Millar, I.L.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 162, Pt. 5, 745-748
HUNTER, M.A. (Author)551.862ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Middle Miocene to Pliocene history of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean (2009)
Haywood, A.M.; Smellie, J.L.; ASHWORTH, A.C.; Cantrill, D.J.; FLORINDO, F.; Hambrey, M.J.; Hill, D.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; Hunter, S.J.; Larter, R.D.; Lear, C.H.; PASSCHIER, S.; VAN DE WAL, R.S.W.
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Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author)551.583.7ChapterAdd To Basket
  34. Molecular isotopic heterogeneity of fossil organic matter: implications for delta13Cbiomass and delta13Cpalaeoatmosphere proxies
Poole, I.; van BERGEN, P.F.; KOOL, J.; Schouten, S.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Organic geochemistry, 35, 1261-1274
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  35. A multi-proxy approach to determine Antarctic terrestrial palaeoclimate during the Late Cretaceous and Early Tertiary
Poole, I.; Cantrill, D.J.; UTESCHER, T.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 222, 95-121
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Neogene vegetation of the Meyer Desert Formation (Sirius Group) Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
ASHWORTH, A.C.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 213, No. 1-2, 65-82
ASHWORTH, A.C. (Author)561ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. A new Eocene Araucaria from Seymour Island, Antarctica: evidence from growth form and bark morphology
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
In: Alcheringa, 29, No. 2, 341-350
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. A new macroflora from the South Orkney Islands, Antarctica: evidence of an Early to Middle Jurassic age for the Powell Island Conglomerate
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Antarctic Science, 12, No. 2, 185-195
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  39. A new stratigraphy for the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula : Part 1, Ellsworth Land Volcanic Group
Hunter, M.A.; Riley, T.R.; Cantrill, D.J.; Flowerdew, M.J.; Millar, I.L.; British Antarctic Survey; Swedish Museum of Natural History
In: In: Geological Magazine Vol. 143 pt/no 6 (2006) p. 777-796, p. 777-796
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  40. A new stratigraphy for the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: Part 1, Ellsworth Land Volcanic Group
HUNTER, M.A.; Riley, T.R.; Cantrill, D.J.; Flowerdew, M.J.; Millar, I.L.
In: Geological Magazine, 143, No. 6, 777-796
HUNTER, M.A. (Author)551.762ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. A new stratigraphy for the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: Part 2, Latady Group and basin evolution
HUNTER, M.A.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Geological Magazine, 143, No. 6, 797-819
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  42. The occurrence of the fern Hausmannia Dunker (Dipteridaceae) in the Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Alcheringa, 19, 243-254
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.35ArticleAdd To Basket
  43. Palaeoclimate analysis of Late Cretaceous of angiosperm leaf floras, James Ross Island, Antarctica (2006)
HAYES, P.A.; Francis, J.E.; Cantrill, D.J.; Crame, J.A.
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  44. Palaeoecology and taxonomy of Pentoxylales from the Albian of Antarctica
HOWE, J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 22, No. 6, 779-793
HOWE, J. (Author)561.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. A petrified cycad trunk from the Late Cretaceous of the Larsen Basin, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Alcheringa, 24, 307-318
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. The pteridophyte Ashicaulis livingstonensis (Osmundaceae) from the Upper Cretaceous of Williams Point, Livingston Island, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 40, No. 3, 315-323
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  47. Table Nunatak: a key outcrop of Upper Cretaceous shallow-marine strata in the southern Larsen Basin, Antarctic Peninsula
Hathway, B.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Riding, J.B.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Geological Magazine, 135, No. 4, 519-535
Hathway, B. (Author)552.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  48. Taxonomic turnover and abundance in Cretaceous to Tertiary wood floras of Antarctica: implications for changes in forest ecology
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 215, No. 3-4, 205-219
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  49. Taxonomy and palaeoecology of Early Cretaceous (Late Albian) angiosperm leaves from Alexander Island, Antarctica
Cantrill, D.J.; Nichols, G.J.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 92, 1-28
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  50. Tectonic and climatic controls on a Mesozoic forearc basin succession, Alexander Island, Antarctica
Nichols, G.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Geological Magazine, 139, No. 3, 313-330
Nichols, G.J. (Author)552.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  51. Terrestrial paleoecology of the Cretaceous (Early Aptian) Cerro Negro Formation, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica: a record of polar vegetation in a volcanic arc environment
Falcon-Lang, H.J.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Palaios, 17, No. 5, 491-506
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  52. Valdivian ecosystems in the Late Cretaceous and Early Tertiary of Antarctica: further evidence from myrtaceous and eucryphiaceous fossil wood
Poole, I.; MENNEGA, A.M.W.; Cantrill, D.J.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 124, 9-27
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Reserve a copy 53. The vegetation of Antarctica through geological time (2012)
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
ISBN: 9780521855983
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