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Fragmentation Papers
New get Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record – p. 161
Vermeij, G.J. and Dudley, E.C. 1985. Distribution of adaptations: a comparison
between the functional shell morphology of freshwater and marine pelecypods, in
Trueman, E.R., and Clarke, M.R., eds., The Mollusca, Evolution: Academic Press,
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Zuschin, M.
Di Geronimo, I., and Robba, E., 1976, Metodologie qualitative e quantitative per
lo studio delle biocenosi e delle paleocomunita marine bentoniche: CNR Gruppo
Paleobenthos, Rapporto di Lavoro, no. 1, 35 p., [in Italian].
Kowalewski, M., Gürs, K., Nebelsick, J.H., Oschmann, W., Piller, W.E., and
Hoffmeister, A.P., 2002, Multivariate hierarchical analyses of Miocene mollusk
assemblages of Europe: Paleogeographic, paleoecological, and biostratigraphic
implications: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 114, p. 239-256, doi:
Staff, G.M., and Powell, E.N., 1990, Local variability of taphonomic attributes in a
parautochthonous assemblage; can taphonomic signature distinguish a
heterogeneous environment?: Journal of Paleontology, v. 64, p. 648-658.
Tolmacheva, T., Egerquist, E., Meidla, T., and Holmer. L., 2001, Spatial
variations in faunal composition, Middle Ordovician, Volkhov Stage, East Baltic:
GFF, v. 123, p. 65-72, doi: 10.1080/11035890101232065.
Alexander, R.R., and Dietl, G.P., 2001, Shell repair frequencies in New Jersey
bivalves: A Recent baseline for tests of escalation with Tertiary, Mid-Atlantic
congeners: Palaios, v. 16, p. 354-371.
Alexander, R.R. and Dietl, G.P. 2003, The fossil record of shell-breaking
predation on marine bivalves and gastropods, in Kelley, P.H., Kowalewski, M.,
and Hansen, T.A., eds., Predator-prey Interactions in the Fossil Record: Kluwer
Academic/ Plenum Publishers, New York, p. 141-176.
Badgley, C., 1986, Counting individuals in mammalian fossil assemblages from
fluvial environments: Palaios, v. 1, p. 328-338.
Bennington, J B., and Rutherford, S.D., 1999, Precision and reliability in
paleocommunity comparisons based on cluster-confidence intervals: How to get
more statistical bang for your sampling buck: Palaios, v. 14, p. 506-515, doi:
Behrensmeyer, A.K., and Barry, J.C., 2005, Biostratigraphic Surveys in the
Siwaliks of Pakistan: A Method for standardized surface sampling of the
vertebrate fossil record: Palaeontologia Electronica, v. 8, no. 1, 839KB, Checked June
Behrensmeyer, A.K., Kidwell, S.M., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2000. Taphonomy and
paleobiology: Paleobiology, v. 26, no. sp4, p. 103-147.
Bernasconi, M.P., and Stanley, D.J., 1997, Molluscan biofacies, their distributions
and current erosion on the Nile Delta Shelf: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 14, p.
Bush, A.M., Powell, M.G., Arnold, W.S., Bert, T.M. and Daley, G.M. 2002. Timeaveraging, evolution and morphologic variation: Paleobiology, v. 28, p. 9-25.
Carnevale, G., Landini, W., Ragaini, L., di Celma, C., and Cantalamessa, G.,
2011, Taphonomic and paleoecological analyses (mollusks and fishes) of the
Súa Member condensed shellbed, Upper Onzole Formation (Early Pliocene,
Ecuador): Palaios, v. 26, p. 160-172, doi: 10.2110/palo.2010.p10-070r.
Davies, D. J., Staff, G.M., Callender, W.R., and Powell, E.N., 1990, Description
of a quantitative approach to taphonomy and taphofacies analysis: All dead
things are not created equal, in Spencer, R., ed., Paleocommunity temporal
dynamics: The long-term development of multispecies assemblies:
Paleontological Society Special Publication no. 5, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, p. 328-350.
Dietl, G.P., Alexander, R.R., and Bien, W.F., 2000. Escalation in the Late
Cretaceous-early Paleocene oysters (Gryphaeidae) from the Atlantic Coastal
Plain: Paleobiology, v. 26, p. 215-237.
Gilinsky, N.L., and J B. Bennington, 1994, Estimating numbers of whole
individuals from collections of body parts: A taphonomic limitation of the
paleontologic record: Paleobiology, v. 20, p. 245-258. Have
Grey, M., Boulding, E.G., and Brookfield, M.E., 2006, Estimating multivariate
selection gradients in the fossil record: A naticid gastropod case study:
Paleobiology, v. 32, p. 100-108.
Johnson, R.G., 1960, Models and methods for analysis of the mode of formation
of fossil assemblages: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 71, p. 10751086, doi: 10.1130/0016-7606(1960)71[1075:MAMFAO]2.0.CO;2.
Kidwell, S.M., Rothus, T.A., and Best, M.M.R., 2001, Sensitivity of taphonomic
signatures to sample size, sieve size, damage scoring system, and target taxa:
Palaios, v. 16, p. 26-52.
Kelley, P.H., 1983, Evolutionary patterns of eight Chesapeake Group mollusks:
evidence of the model of punctuated equilibrium: Journal of Paleontology, v. 57,
p. 581-598. (have – pair with Grey et al 2006, whole shells necessary for
Kelley, P.H. and Hansen, T.A., 2003. The fossil record of drilling predation on
bivalves and gastropods, in Kelley, P.H., Kowalewski, M., and Hansen, T.A., eds.,
Predator-prey Interactions in the Fossil Record: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum
Publishers, New York, p. 113-137.
Kolbe, S.E., Zambito, J.J., IV., Brett, C.E., Wise, J.L., and Wilson, R.D., 2011,
Brachiopod shell discoloration as an indicator of taphonomic alteration in the
deep-time fossil record: Palaios, v. 26, p. 682-692, doi: 10.2110/palo.2011.p11023r.
Kowalewski, M., Kiessling, W., Aberhan, M., Fürsich, F.T., Scarponi, D., Barbour
Wood, S.L., and Hoffmeister, A.P., 2006, Ecological, taxonomic, and taphonomic
components of the post-Paleozoic increase in sample-level species diversity of
marine benthos: Paleobiology, v. 32, p. 533-561.
Leighton, L.R., and Schneider, C.L., 2004, Neighbor Proximity Analysis, a
technique for assessing spatial patterns in the fossil record: Palaios, v. 19, p.
(see caveats, p. 401)
Mannion, P.D., and Upchurch, P., 2010, Completeness metrics and the quality of
the sauropodomorph fossil record through geological and historical time:
Paleobiology, v. 36, p. 283-302.
Mondal, S., Bardhan, S., Mallick, S., and Roy, A., 2014. Repair scars on Mactra
violacea from the eastern coast of India: A new classification and a model for
describing shell breakage on bivalves: Palaeontologia Electronica, v. 17.3, p. 113. Checked
June 2015. (have, sample with articulated specimens)
Olszewski, T.D., and Kidwell, S.M., 2007, The preservational fidelity of evenness
in molluscan death assemblages, Paleobiology, v. 33, p. 1-23, doi:
doi: 10.1666/05059.1.
Salamon, M.A., Gorzelak, P., Niedzwiedzki, R., Trzesiok, D., and Baumiller, T.K.,
2014, Trends in shell fragmentation as evidence of mid-Paleozoic changes in
marine predation: Paleobiology, v. 40, p. 14-23, doi: 10.1666/13018.
(example of fragments being sufficient, informative)
Miller, A.I., Counting fossils in a Cincinnatian storm bed: Spatial resolution in the
fossil record, in Brett, C.E., and Baird, G.C., eds., Paleontological Events:
Stratigraphic, Ecological, and Evolutionary Implications: Columbia University
Press, New York, p. 57-72.
Peters, S.E., 2004, Evenness of Cambrian–Ordovician benthic marine
communities in North America: Paleobiology, v. 30, p. 325-346.
Rollins, H.B., and West, R.R., 1997, Taphonomic constraints on event horizons:
Short-term time averaging of Anadara brasiliana valves, St. Catherines Island,
Georgia, in Brett, C.E., and Baird, G.C., eds., Paleontological Events:
Stratigraphic, Ecological, and Evolutionary Implications: Columbia University
Press, New York, p. 40-56.
Tomašových, A., and Kidwell, S.M., 2011, Accounting for the effects of biological
variability and temporal autocorrelation in assessing the preservation of species
abundance: Paleobiology, v. 37, p. 332-354, doi: 10.1666/09506.1.
White, P.D., Fastovsky, D.E., and Sheehan, P.M., 1998. Taphonomy and
suggested structure of the Dinosaurian assemblage of the Hell Creek Formation
(Maastrichtian), eastern Montana and western North Dakota: Palaios, v. 13, p.
Zaton, M., and Salamon, M.A., 2008, Durophagous predation on Middle Jurassic
molluscs, as evidenced from shell fragmentation: Palaeontology, v. 51, p. 63-70.
Zuschin, M.A., Stachowitsch, M., and Stanton, R.J., Jr., 2003. Patterns and
processes of shell fragmentation in modern and ancient marine environments:
Earth-Science Reviews, v. 63, p. 33-82. (have)
Zuschin, M., Harzhauser, M., and Mandic, O., 2005. Influence of size-sorting on
diversity estimates from tempestitic shell beds in the Middle Miocene of Austria:
Palaios, v. 20, p. 142, doi: 10.2210/palo.2003.p03-87.