Advances in Angiosperm Paleobotany and Paleoclimatic Reconstruction: Contributions Honouring David L. Dicher and Jack A. Wolfe
The sixteen peer-reviewed contributions of this volume were presented at a 3-day symposium at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville in 2006 and honour two landmark contributors to North American angiosperm paleobotany born in the morning of July 10, 1936: David L. Dilcher and Jack Wolfe. levels from leaves of this fern genus over much longer periods of geologic time.
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David Dilcher An Appreciation
Systematic value and evolution of leaf architecture across the angiosperms in light of molecular
The Cuticle Database Developing an interactive
Paleobotanical Evidence for Climatic Change across
Sun G Akhmetiev M A Golovneva L Bugdaeva E Quan C Kodrul T Nishida H Sun Y Sun
Fossil angiosperm leaves and climate from Wolfe and Dilcher to Burnham and Wilf
Recent and Future Developments of CLAMP Building on the Legacy of Jack A Wolfe
Overview of Alaskan Tertiary Floras building on the work
Identifying forested environments in Deep Time using fossil tapirs
Studies of Fruits and Seeds from the Pleistocene of northeastern Thailand