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No.2 2015
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Zhenia xiai, an endoparasitoid fly in Burmese amber (Zhang et al., 2015, The Nature of Science)

New records of Jurassic petrified wood in Jianchang of western Liaoning, NE China with palaeoclimate implications (Tian et al., 2015, Science China: Earth Sciences)


Biota and microfacies of sphinctozoan-bearing reef from the upper Sanqushan Formation (upper Katian) in Wu’ai of western Zhejiang, E. China (Li et al., 2015, Facies)

Some typical Early Devonian graptolites from the Qinzhou Formation of Guangxi, South China (Chen et al., 2015, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences)


Exceptional-preserved clam shrimp eggs found from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota (Pan et al., 2015, Journal of Paleontology)

Sphaeroschwagerina fusuline fauna from northern Tibet confirms that the Qiangtang metamorphic belt is not from the Jinsha suture zone (Zhang et al., 2015 Geological Magazine)

First discovery of fossil Orthoptera in Jiuquan Basin, Gansu Province, NW China (Wang et al., 2015, Cretaceous Research)

Late Pennsylvanian to Wuchiapingian palynostratigraphy of the Baode section in the Ordos Basin, North China (Liu et al., 2015, Journal of Asia Earth Science)

An enigmatic Ephedra-like fossil lacking micropylar tube from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning, NE China (Liu et al., 2015, Palaeoworld )


Meganodular limestone of the Pagoda Formation: A time-specific carbonate facies in the Upper Orodovician of South China (Zhan et al., 2015, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology   

Mid-Cretaceous rudists from the Lhasa Block, Tibet (Rao et al., 2015, Papers in Palaeontology)

Carbon isotope stratigraphy in South China from the latest Devonian to the earliest Carboniferous (Qie et al., 2015, Geological Journal)

Palaeogeographical change of the Shiqian area through the Ordovician-Silurian transition and its correlation with Hirnantian glaciation and associated sea-level change (Wang et al., Newsletters on Stratigraphy)

New Lower–Middle Ordovician carbon isotopic curve from western Baltica, Jamtland, Sweden (Wu et al., Palaeoworld) 

d13Ccarb profile from the upper Changhsingian to the lowest Triassic at the Daijiagou section and its correlation with other sections in South China (Yuan et al., 2015, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences)

A synthetic comparison and correlation between the marine and terrestrial end-Permian extinctions (Zhang et al., 2015, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology) 


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