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  ↑ Late Cretaceous ostracod fauna from the Shenjiatun Section (Songliao Basin, Northeast China): Biostratigraphic and Palaeoecological implications. (WANG Yaqiong et al., 2017. Cretaceous Research)  



  Clam shrimp genus Ordosestheria from the Lower Cretaceous Dalazi Formation in Jilin Province, north-eastern China. (TENG Xiao, LI Gang, 2017. Cretaceous Research) 



  ↑ Brachiopod faunas after the end Ordovician mass extinction from South China: Testing ecological change through a major taxonomic crisis. (HUANG Bing et al., 2017. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences) 



  SEM morphological study of clam shrimp Diestheria (spinicaudatan) of the Jehol Biota of China. (LI Yuling et al., 2017. Sci. Rep.Niigata Univ.(Geology)) 



  ↑ Middle–Late Ordovician chitinozoans from the Yichang area, South China, and their macroevolutionary and palaeobiogeographical implications.  (LIANG Yan et al., 2017. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology)   



  ↑ Acanthomorphic acritarchs of the Doushantuo Formation from an upper slope section in northwestern Hunan Province, South China, with implications for early–middle Ediacaran biostratigraphy. (OUYANG Qing et al., 2017. Precambrian Research). 



  ↑ Microfacies analysis of the Lower-Middle Ordovician succession at Xiangshuidong, southwestern Hubei Province, and the drowning and shelf-ramp transition of a carbonate platform in the Yangtze region. (LUAN Xiaocong et al., 2017. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology) 



  ↑ Llandovery (Silurian) conodont provincialism: An update based on quantitative analysis. (CHEN Zhongyang et al., 2017. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology)  



  Heterogenous oceanic redox conditions through the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary limited the metazoan zonation. (ZHANG Junpeng et al., 2017. Scientific Reports) 



  Integrated conodont biostratigraphy and carbon isotope chemostratigraphy in the Lower–Middle Ordovician of southern Sweden reveals a complete record of the MDICE. (WU Rongchang et al., 2017. Geological Magazine) 



  Nuclei and nucleoli in embryo-like fossils from the Ediacaran Weng’an Biota. (YIN Zongjun et al., 2017. Precambrian Research)  



  Astronomical tuning and magnetostratigraphy of the Upper Triassic Xujiahe Formation of South China and Newark Supergroup of North America: Implications for the Late Triassic time scale. (LI Mingsong, et al., 2017. Earth and Planetary Science Letters)  



  New Early Cretaceous clam shrimps (Spinicaudata) from uppermost Bouhedma Formation of northern Chotts range, southern Tunisia: Taxonomy, stratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental implications. (LI Gang et al., 2017. Cretaceous Research) 



  Discovery of Late Devonian plants from the southern Yellow Sea borehole of China and its palaeogeographical implications. (GUO Xingwei, XU Honghe* et al., 2017. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology) 



  Graptolite diversification during the Floian and Dapingian (Early-Middle Ordovician): A case study from the Ningkuo Formation of Hunan Province, China. (LI Lixia et al., 2017. Palaeoworld)  



  Tremadocian (Early Ordovician) chitinozoan biostratigraphy of South China: An update. (LIANG Yan et al., 2017. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology) 



  Stromatolites in Middle Ordovician carbonate–evaporite sequences and their carbon and sulfur isotopes stratigraphy, Ordos Basin, northwestern China. (MENG Fanwei et al., 2017. Carbonates and Evaporites) 



  Post-glacial Foraminifera of the incised Yangtze paleo-valley and paleoenvironmental implications. (KE Xue, LI Baohua* et al., 2017. Journal of Paleontology) 



  Late Triassic ecosystem variations inferred by palynological records from Hechuan, southern Sichuan Basin, China. (LI Liqin et al., 2017. Geological Magazine) 



  Orthrozanclus elongata n. sp. and the significance of sclerite-covered taxa for early trochozoan evolution. (ZHAO Fangchen et al., 2017. Scientific Reports) 



  The Yudomski Event and subsequent decline: New evidence from δ34S data of lower and middle Cambrian evaporites in the Tarim Basin, western China. (MENG Fanwei et al., 2017. Carbonates and Evaporites) 


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