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2012 Supplementary Data


January 2012, Volume 27, Number 1
Trilobite biofacies along an Ordovician (Sandbian) carbonate buildup to basin gradient, southwestern Virginia
     Jesse R. Carlucci and Stephen R. Westrop
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Ichnological analysis of lateral environmental heterogeneity within the Bonarelli Level (uppermost Cenomanian) in the classical localities near Gubbio, Central Apennines, Italy
     Paolo Monaco, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Tovar, and Alfred Uchman
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February 2012, Volume 27, Number 2
What controls the taphonomy of exceptionally preserved taxa .Environment or biology? A case study using frogs from the Miocene Libros Konservat-Lagerstätte (Teruel, Spain)
     Maria E. McNamara, Patrick J. Orr, Luis Alcalá, Pere Anadón, and Enrique Peñalver
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March 2012, Volume 27, Number 3
Shell taphonomy and fidelity of living, dead, Holocene, and Pleistocene land snail assemblages
     Yurena Yanes
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Carbonate facies control on the fidelity of surface-subsurface agreement in benthic foraminiferal assemblages: Implications for index-based paleoecology
     Simon A.F. Darroch
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Decomposing lithification bias: Preservation of local diversity structure in recently cemented storm-beach carbonate sands, San Salvador Island, Bahamas
     Rafa? Nawrot
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April 2012, Volume 27, Number 4
Correlation of early Paleogene global diversity patterns of large benthic foraminifera with Paleocene and Eocene climatic events
     Katherine J. Whidden and Robert W. Jones
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Deep-water incised valley deposits at the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary in southern Namibia contain abundant Treptichnus pedum
     Jonathan P. Wilson, John P. Grotzinger, Woodward W. Fischer, Kevin P. Hand, Sören Jensen, Andrew H. Knoll, John Abelson, Joannah M. Metz, Nicola McLoughlin, Phoebe A. Cohen, and Michael M. Tice
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252




May 2012, Volume 27, Number 5
Lagerstätten through time: A collection of exceptional preservational pathways from the terminal Neoproterozoic through today
     James D. Schiffbauer and Marc Laflamme
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July 2012, Volume 27, Number 7
Depositional Setting And Fossil Insect Preservation: A Study Of The Late Eocene Florissant Formation, Colorado
     Jenell Thoene Henning, Dena M. Smith, César R. Nufio, and Herbert W. Meyer
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August 2012, Volume 27, Number 8
Fruit dispersal ecology of woody taxa in temperate to tropical forests of China and Japan
     Ute C. Knörr, Johanna Kovar-Eder, Petr Mazouch, and Anita Roth-Nebelsick
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Faunal succession of Norian (Late Triassic) level-bottom benthos in the Lombardian Basin: Implications for the timing, rate, and nature of the early Mesozoic marine revolution
     Lydia S. Tackett and David J. Bottjer
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September 2012, Volume 27, Number 9
Regional-scale marine faunal change in Eastern Australia during Permian climate fluctuations and its relationship to local community restructuring
     Matthew E. Clapham and Noel P. James
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December 2012, Volume 27, Number 12
Fruit ecology of Eocene and Neogene plant assemblages in Europe: Tracing shifts in dispersal syndromes
     Johanna Kovar-Eder, Ute C. Knörr, and Petr Mazouch
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