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Reserve a copy 1. Conifer twigs from the London Clay (Eocene) of southeast England : Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 94(1-2) 1996 p.25-38
Poole, I.
ISBN: X780940392
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  2. Cretaceous and Cenozoic vegetation of Antarctic integrating the fossil wood record (2006)
Poole, I.; Cantrill, D.J.
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  3. Cretaceous and early Tertiary climates of Antarctica: evidence from fossil wood
Francis, J.E.; Poole, I.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 182, 47-64
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  4. Cretaceous patterns of floristic change in the Antarctic Peninsula (2002)
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
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Reserve a copy 5. A Dipterocarpaceous twig from the Eocene London Clay Formation of Southeast England : IN: M.E.Collinson & A.C.Scott (ed), Studies in Palaeobotany and Palynology. London: Palaeontographical Association (Special Paper 49) p.155-163
Poole, I.
ISBN: 0901702501
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  6. Evidence for Gondwanan origins for Sassafras (Lauraceae)? Late Cretaceous fossil wood of Antarctica
Poole, I.; RICHTER, H.G.; Francis, J.E.
In: IAWA Journal, 21, No. 4, 463-475
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  7. The first record of fossil atherospermataceous wood from the upper Cretaceous of Antarctica
Poole, I.; Francis, J.E.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 107, 97-107
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  8. The first record of fossil wood of Winteraceae from the Upper Cretaceous of Antarctica
Poole, I.; Francis, J.E.
In: Annals of Botany, 85, 307-315
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  9. Fossil angiosperm wood: its role in the reconstruction of biodiversity and palaeoenvironment
Poole, I.
In: Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 134, 361-381
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  10. 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
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  11. 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
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  12. 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
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  13. Fossilised forests in a frozen land
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
In: NERC News, Spring 2002, 18-20
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  14. Illicioxylon, an element of Gondwanan polar forests? Late Cretaceous and Early Tertiary woods of Antarctica
Poole, I.; GOTTWALD, H.; Francis, J.E.
In: Annals of Botany, 86, 421-432
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  15. 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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  16. Monimiaceae sensu lato, an element of Gondwanan polar forests: evidence from the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary wood flora of Antarctica
Poole, I.; GOTTWALD, H.
In: Australian Systematic Botany, 14, 207-230
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  17. 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
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  18. 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
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  19. Paleogene West Antarctic climate and vegetation history in light of new data from King George Island
HUNT, R.J.; Poole, I.
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Reserve a copy 20. Pyritized twigs from the London Clay, Eocene, of Great Britain : Tertiary Research 13(2/4) 1992 p.71-86
Poole, I.
ISBN: X78067238X
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  21. Reconstruction of Antarctic palaeoclimates using angiosperm wood anatomy
Poole, I.; Francis, J.E.
In: Acta Palaeobotanica Supplementum, 2, 173-179
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  22. Systematics of Cretaceous and Tertiary Nothofagoxylon: implications for Southern Hemisphere biogeography and evolution of the Nothofagaceae
Poole, I.
In: Australian Systematic Botany, 15, 247-276
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  23. 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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Reserve a copy 24. Two sapindaceous woods from the London Clay (Eocene) of southeast England : Reviews in Palaeobotany and Palynology 75(1/2) 1992 p.65-75
Poole, I.; Wilkinson, H.P.
ISBN: X780687263
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  25. 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 26. The vegetation of Antarctica through geological time (2012)
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
ISBN: 9780521855983
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