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Comparative Taphonomy and Paleoecology of a Glaciomarine Fauna, Carboniferous (Westphalian - Namurian) La Capilla Fm., Argentina.
Bivalve taphonomy in tropical mixed siliciclastic-carbonate settings. I. Environmental variation in shell condition
Bivalve taphonomy in tropical mixed siliciclastic-carbonate settings. II. Effect of bivalve life habits and shell types
Taphonomic pathways and comparative biofacies and taphofacies in a Recent intertidal/shallow shelf environment.
Taphonomy of debris-flow hosted dinosaur bonebeds at Dalton Wells, Utah (Lower Cretaceous, Cedar Mountain Formation, USA)
A taphonomic study of the Lower Cretaceous, Dalton Wells (DW) dinosaur bonebeds near Moab, Utah, provides insight into the origins, preservational biases, and paleobiological significance of one of the richest and most diverse Early Cretaceous dinosaur sites known. The bonebeds occur in a stacked succession of debris flows at the base of the Yellow Cat Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation, which was deposited in a seasonally-dry, alluvial-lacustrine setting. Although only 5% of the locality has been collected, more than 4200 bones were recovered, representing an assemblage overwhelmingly dominated by dinosaurs — with a minimum of 67 individuals that represent at least eight genera. The assemblage also includes...