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  1. 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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  2. Angiosperm diversification and paleolatitudinal gradients in Cretaceous floristic diversity
Crane, P.R.; Lidgard, S.
In: Science, 246, No. 4930, 675-678
Crane, P.R. (Peter R.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Angiosperm fossils from latitude 70oS
Thomson, M.R.A.; BURN, R.W.
In: Nature, 269, No. 5624, 139-141
Thomson, M.R.A. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Angiosperm fossils in supposed Jurassic volcanogenic shales, Antarctica
Jefferson, T.H.
In: Nature, 285, No. 5761, 157-158
Jefferson, T.H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Antarctica: cradle or grave for its Nothofagus (1964)
CRANWELL, L.M.
Copies: 1
CRANWELL, L.M. (Author)582.632.2ChapterAdd To Basket
  6. Are paleoclimate estimates biased by foliar physiognomic responses to increased atmospheric CO2?
Gregory, K.M.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 124, 39-51
Gregory, K.M. (Author)551.583.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. 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
  8. Community associations and structure in the Late Cretaceous vegetation of southeast Australasia and Antarctica
SPECHT, R.L.; Dettman, M.E.; JARZEN, D.M.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 94, 283-309
SPECHT, R.L. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Cretaceous and early Tertiary climates of Antarctica: evidence from fossil wood
Francis, J.E.; Poole, I.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 182, 47-64
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 12. Cretaceous angiosperm leaf floras from Antarctica. Vol.1 (1999)
HAYES, P.A.
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Reserve a copy 13. Cretaceous angiosperm leaf floras from Antarctica. Vol.2. Appendix (1999)
HAYES, P.A.
Copies: 1
HAYES, P.A. (Author)561.5Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  14. Cretaceous angiosperms from an allegedly Triassic flora at Williams Point, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands
Rees, P.M.; Smellie, J.L.
In: Antarctic Science, 1, No. 3, 239-248
Rees, P.M. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Cretaceous fossil wood and palynomorphs from Williams Point, Livingston Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Chapman, J.L.; Smellie, J.L.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 74, 163-192
Chapman, J.L. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Cretaceous fossil wood from the Raggatt Basin, southern Kerguelen Plateau (Site 750)
Francis, J.E.; Coffin, M.F.
In: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 120, 273-280
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Cretaceous patterns of floristic change in the Antarctic Peninsula (2002)
Cantrill, D.J.; Poole, I.
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  18. Early Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from southern South America
ROMERO, E.J.; ARCHANGELSKY, S.
In: Science, 234, No. 4783, 1580-1582
ROMERO, E.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 19. Early flowers and Angiosperm evolution (2011)
Friis, E.M.; Crane, P; Pedersen, K.R.
ISBN: 9780521592833
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Friis, E.M. (Else Marie) (Author)561.51Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  20. Early Oligocene Nothofagus from CRP-3, Antarctica: implications for the vegetation history
Cantrill, D.J.
In: Terra Antartica, 8, No. 4, 401-406
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Evidence from fossil plants for Antarctic palaeoclimates over the past 100 million years
Francis, J.E.
In: Terra Antartica Reports, No. 3, 43-52
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Fildesia pulchra gen. et sp. nov. - fohla fossil do Terciario Inferior da Peninsula Fildes, Ilha Rei George, Antartica
ROHN, R.; ROSLER, O.; CZAJKOWSKI, S.
In: Boletim IG-USP, Serie Cientifica, 18, 11-16
ROHN, R. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. First Cretaceous flowers from Antarctica
EKLUND, H.
In: Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 127, No. 3-4, 187-217
EKLUND, H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  26. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. First study of in situ fossil woods from the Upper Cretaceous of Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica: palaeoecological investigations
PHILIPPE, M.; BARALE, G.; Torres, T.; COVACEVICH, V.
In: Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences, Serie II, 317, 103-108
PHILIPPE, M. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. La flora fosil en las inmediaciones de la peninsula Ardley, isla 25 de Mayo, islas Shetland del Sur
ORLANDO, H.A.
In: Contribucion del Instituto Antartico Argentino, No. 79, 17pp
ORLANDO, H.A. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Fossil angiosperm wood: its role in the reconstruction of biodiversity and palaeoenvironment
Poole, I.
In: Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 134, 361-381
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Fossil forests from the Lower Cretaceous of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Jefferson, T.H.
In: Palaeontology, 25, Pt. 4, 681-708
Jefferson, T.H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Fossil plants from the Pliocene Sirius Group, Transantarctic Mountains: evidence for climate from growth rings and fossil leaves
Francis, J.E.; Hill, R.S.
In: Palaios, 11, No. 4, 389-396
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. Fossil wood from Allan Hills and Litell Rocks, Victoria Land, Antarctica
SELMEIER, A.
In: Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung fur Palaontologie und historische Geologie, 37, 95-118
SELMEIER, A. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Fossil wood from South Georgia
Jefferson, T.H.; Macdonald, D.I.M.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 54, 57-64
Jefferson, T.H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. 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
  37. 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
Reserve a copy 38. The geological history of plants (1888)
Dawson, J.W.
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  39. Growth rings in Cretaceous and Tertiary wood from Antarctica and their palaeoclimatic implications
Francis, J.E.
In: Palaeontology, 29, Pt. 4, 665-684
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  40. 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
  41. Hallazgos de maderas fosiles de angiospermas y gimnospermas del Cretacico Superior en punta Williams, isla Livingston, islas Shetland del Sur, Antartica. (Fossil wood findings of angiosperms and gymnosperms of the Upper Cretaceous.)
Torres, T.; Lemoigne, Y.
In: Serie Cientifica. Instituto Antartico Chileno, No. 39, 9-29
Torres, T. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  42. Herbivory in Antarctic fossil forests: evolutionary and palaeoclimatic significance (2007)
McDONALD, C.M.; Francis, J.E.; COMPTON, S.G.; Haywood, A.M.; ASHWORTH, A.C.; HINOJOSA, L.F.; Smellie, J.L.
Copies: 1
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  43. Die heutige und fruhere Verbreitung der Koniferengattung Acmopyle Pilger
Florin, R.
Florin, R. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  44. High-resolution leaf-fossil record spanning the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
JOHNSON, K.R.; Nichols, D.J.; ATTREP, M.; ORTH, C.J.
In: Nature, 340, No. 6236, 708-711
JOHNSON, K.R. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. Historical development of temperate vegetation in the Americas
Axelrod, D.I.; ARROYO, M.T.K.; RAVEN, P.H.
In: Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 64, 413-446
Axelrod, D.I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  47. Jurassic trees at Jason Peninsula, Antarctica
Valle, R.A. del; LIRIO, J.M.; LUSKY, J.C.; MORELLI, J.R.; NUNEZ, H.J.
In: Antarctic Science, 9, No. 4, 443-444
Valle, R.A. del (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 48. Late Cenozoic grasses and other angiosperms from Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado : biostratigraphy and relationship to living taxa (1979)
Thomasson, J.R.
ISBN: X780048112
Copies: 1
Thomasson, J.R. (Author)06315Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  49. 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
  50. Late Triassic climate in southernmost Parana Basin (Brazil): evidence from dendrochronological data
PIRES, E.F.; SOMMER, M.G.; dos SANTOS SCHERER, C.M.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 18, No. 2, 213-221
PIRES, E.F. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  51. 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
  52. 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
  53. Maderas fosiles de la isla Seymour, Formacion La Meseta, Antartica
Torres, T.; Marenssi, S.; SANTILLANA, S.
In: Serie Cientifica. Instituto Antartico Chileno, No. 44, 17-38
Torres, T. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  54. Marine molluscan constraints on the age of Cretaceous fossil forests of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Kelly, S.R.A.; MONCRIEFF, A.C.M.
In: Geological Magazine, 129, No. 6, 771-778
Kelly, S.R.A. (Author)564ArticleAdd To Basket
  55. Mesozoic conifer leaves with 'Sciadopitys-like' stomatal distribution. A re-evaluation based on fossils from Spitzbergen, Greenland and Baffin Island
Bose, M.N.; MANUM, S.B.
In: Skrifter. Norsk Polarinstitutt, No. 192, 81pp
Bose, M.N. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  56. A method to distinguish between woods produced by evergreen and deciduous coniferopsids on the basis of growth ring anatomy: a new palaeoecological tool
Falcon-Lang, H.J.
In: Palaeontology, 43, Pt. 4, 785-793
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 57. Mid Cretaceous fossil forests of Alexander Island, Antarctica (2003)
HOWE, J.
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Reserve a copy 58. Middle Triassic Charophyta of south Sweden (1954)
Horn af Rantzien, H.
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Horn af Rantzien, H. (Henning) (Author)561.571Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  59. Modelling Late Oligocene C4 grasses and climate
Lunt, D.J.; ROSS, I.; HOPLEY, P.J.; Valdes, P.J.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 251, No. 2, 239-253
Lunt, D.J. (Daniel J) (Author)551.583.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  60. Molecular evidence for pre-Cretaceous angiosperm origins
Martin, W.; GIERL, A.; SAEDLER, H.
In: Nature, 339, No. 6219, 46-48
Martin, W. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  61. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. 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
  63. A new araucarian pollen cone with in situ Cyclusphaera Elsik from the Aptian of Patagonia, Argentina
DEL FUEYO, G.M.; ARCHANGELSKY, S.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 26, No. 5, 757-768
DEL FUEYO, G.M. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  64. 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
Reserve a copy 65. New taxona of angiosperms from Upper Senonian-Paleocene deposits in the Carpathians (1983)
Portnyagina, L.A.
ISBN: X780081462
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  66. Nothofagus fossils in the Sirius Group, Transantarctic Mountains: leaves and pollen and their climatic implications
Hill, R.S.; Truswell, E.M.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 60, 67-73
Hill, R.S. (Robert S.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  67. Nothofagus: living and fossil (1963)
CRANWELL, L.M.
Copies: 1
CRANWELL, L.M. (Author)582.632.2ChapterAdd To Basket
  68. The origin and early diversification of angiosperms
Crane, P.R.; Friis, E.M.; Pedersen, K.R.
In: Nature, 374, No. 6517, 27-33
Crane, P.R. (Peter R.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 69. Origin and early evolution of angiosperms (1976)
Beck, C.B.; International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology
ISBN: 0231038577
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Beck, C.B. (Charles B.) (Author)561.51Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 70. Palaeobiology of angiosperm origins : problems of Mesozoic seed-plant evolution (1976)
Hughes, N.F.
ISBN: 0521208092
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Hughes, N.F. (Norman Francis), 1918-1994 (Author)561.51Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 71. Palaeobiology of angiosperm origins. Problems of Mesozoic seed-plant evolution (1976)
Hughes, N.F.
ISBN: 0521208092
Copies: 1
Hughes, N.F. (Author)561.5Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 72. Palaeobotanical contributions to the geology of Alexander Island, Antarctica (1981)
Jefferson, T.H.
Copies: 1
Jefferson, T.H. (Author)561.5Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  73. 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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  74. Palaeoclimatic significance of Cretaceous-early Tertiary fossil forests of the Antarctic Peninsula (1991)
Francis, J.E.
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  75. Palaeoclimatic significance of some Mesozoic Antarctic fossil floras (1983)
Jefferson, T.H.
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Reserve a copy 76. Palaeoenvironmental and climatic significance of Araucaria-dominated Eocene flora from Seymour Island, Antarctica (2007)
CARPENTER, R.S.
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CARPENTER, R.S. (Author)561.5Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  77. 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 78. Les palmiers : histoire iconographique ... (1878)
Kerchove de Denterghem, O.
ISBN: X780104152
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  79. Permian climates of the southern margins of Pangea: evidence from fossil wood in Antarctica (1994)
Francis, J.E.; Woolfe, K.J.; ARNOT, M.J.; Barrett, P.J.
Copies: 1
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  80. Permian forests of Allan Hills, Antarctica: the palaeoclimate of Gondwanan high latitudes
Francis, J.E.; Woolfe, K.J.; ARNOT, M.J.; Barrett, P.J.
In: Special Papers in Palaeontology, No. 49, 75-83
Francis, J.E. (Jane E.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  81. Permian plant macrofossils from Fossilryggen, Vestfjella, Dronning Maud Land
McLOUGHLIN, S.; LARSSON, K.; LINDSTROM, S.
In: Antarctic Science, 17, No. 1, 73-86
McLOUGHLIN, S. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  82. A permineralized wood flora of probable early Tertiary age from King George Island, South Shetland Islands
LUCAS, R.C.; Lacey, W.S.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 53, 147-151
LUCAS, R.C. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  83. Pollens of Nothofagus Blume from Tertiary deposits in Australia
Cookson, I.C.
In: Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 71, Pts. 1-2, 49-63
Cookson, I.C. (Author)58.081.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  84. The present is not the key to the past: a polar forest from the Permian of Antarctica
Taylor, E.L.; TAYLOR, T.N.; Cuneo, N.R.
In: Science, 257, No. 5077, 1675-1677
Taylor, E.L. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  85. The preservation of conifer wood examples from the Lower Cretaceous of Antarctica
Jefferson, T.H.
In: Palaeontology, 30, Pt. 2, 233-249
Jefferson, T.H. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  86. Primer hallazgo de madera fosil en Cabo Shirreff, isla Livingston, Antartica
Torres, T.
In: Serie Cientifica. Instituto Antartico Chileno, No. 43, 31-39
Torres, T. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  87. Quantitative analyses of the early angiosperm radiation
Lidgard, S.; Crane, P.R.
In: Nature, 331, No. 6154, 344-346
Lidgard, S. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  88. Reconstruction of Antarctic palaeoclimates using angiosperm wood anatomy
Poole, I.; Francis, J.E.
In: Acta Palaeobotanica Supplementum, 2, 173-179
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 89. Records of angiospermid pollen entry into the English Early Cretaceous succession : Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 50(3) 1987 p255-272
Hughes, N.F.; McDougall, A.B.
ISBN: X780149539
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Hughes, N.F. (Author)03503Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  90. The relationship between leaf longevity and growth ring markedness in modern conifer woods and its implications for palaeoclimatic studies
Falcon-Lang, H.J.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 160, 317-328
Falcon-Lang, H.J. (Howard J.) (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  91. Relationships between leaf morphology and climate, Bolivia: implications for estimating paleoclimate from fossil floras
GREGORY-WODZICKI, K.M.
In: Paleobiology, 26, No. 4, 668-688
GREGORY-WODZICKI, K.M. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  92. Responses of some Southern Hemisphere tree species to a prolonged dark period and their implications for high-latitude Cretaceous and Tertiary floras
READ, J.; Francis, J.E.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 99, 271-290
READ, J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  93. Southern Hemisphere Mesozoic and Tertiary Podocarpaceae and Fagaceae and their palaeogeographic significance (1960)
COUPER, R.A.
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Reserve a copy 94. Symposium on Origin and Phytogeography of Angiosperms : [papers] (1974)
Symposium on Origin and Phytogeography of Angiosperms
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Symposium on Origin and Phytogeography of Angiosperms. Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, (1971) (Conference)561.51Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  95. 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
Poole, I. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  96. 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
Cantrill, D.J. (Author)561.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  97. 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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  98. Terrestrial paleoecology of the Cretaceous (Early Aptian) Cerro Negro Formation, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica: a record of polar vegetation in a volcanic arc environment
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