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Biodiversity and evolutionary ecology of extinct organisms / Rituparna Bose.

By: Bose, Rituparna [author].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer theses.Publisher: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, 2013Description: xvii, 100 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783642317200 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Atrypidae -- East (U.S.) | Atrypidae -- Evolution | Brachiopoda, Fossil -- East (U.S.) | Brachiopoda -- Evolution | Paleontology -- Silurian | Paleontology -- Devonian | Paleontology -- East (U.S.)DDC classification: 564.68
Contents:
1. A geometric morphometric approach in assessing paleontological problems in atrypid taxonomy, phylogeny, evolution and ecology -- 2. Testing the taxonomy and phylogeny of eastern North American atrypid brachiopods: a geometric morphometric approach -- 3. Morphological evolution in an atrypid brachiopod lineage from the Middle Devonian Traverse Group of Michigan, USA: a geometric morphometric approach -- 4. Morphological shape, episkeletobiont analysis, and life orientation study in Pseudoatrypa cf. lineata (brachiopoda) from the Lower Genshaw formation of the Middle Devonian Traverse Group, Michigan: a geometric morphometric approach -- 5. Success of geometric morphometrics in deducing morhpological shape change patterns in paleozoic atrypids.
Summary: This highly rated monograph could help save our planet. The author collates data on current and past biodiversity, species development, and extinction, to help us predict the characteristics of future biodiversity, and thus the quantity of available fuels.
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"Doctoral thesis accepted by Indiana University, Bloomington, United States of America."

Includes bibliographical references.

1. A geometric morphometric approach in assessing paleontological problems in atrypid taxonomy, phylogeny, evolution and ecology --
2. Testing the taxonomy and phylogeny of eastern North American atrypid brachiopods: a geometric morphometric approach --
3. Morphological evolution in an atrypid brachiopod lineage from the Middle Devonian Traverse Group of Michigan, USA: a geometric morphometric approach --
4. Morphological shape, episkeletobiont analysis, and life orientation study in Pseudoatrypa cf. lineata (brachiopoda) from the Lower Genshaw formation of the Middle Devonian Traverse Group, Michigan: a geometric morphometric approach --
5. Success of geometric morphometrics in deducing morhpological shape change patterns in paleozoic atrypids.

This highly rated monograph could help save our planet. The author collates data on current and past biodiversity, species development, and extinction, to help us predict the characteristics of future biodiversity, and thus the quantity of available fuels.

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