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Publications IGFL

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 7 references in this bibliography folder.

Brayard, A, Krumenacker, LJ, Botting, JP, Jenks, JF, Bylund, KG, Fara, E, Vennin, E, Olivier, N, Goudemand, N, Saucede, T, Charbonnier, S, Romano, C, Doguzhaeva, L, Thuy, B, Hautmann, M, Stephen, DA, Thomazo, C, and Escarguel, G (2017).
Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna
Science Advances, 3(2).

Brosse, M, Baud, A, Bhat, GM, Bucher, H, Leu, M, Vennemann, T, and Goudemand, N (2017).
Conodont-based Griesbachian biochronology of the Guryul Ravine section (basal Triassic, Kashmir, India)
Geobios.

Brosse, M, Bucher, H, and Goudemand, N (2017).
Reply to the Comment on "Quantitative biochronology of the Permian-Triassic boundary in South China based on conodont unitary associations"
Earth-Science Reviews, 164:259-261.

Brosse, M, Bucher, H, Baud, A, Hagdorn, H, Nützel, A, Ware, D, Frisk, �, and Goudemand, N (2017).
The biotic recovery in the aftermath of the Permian-Triassic Boundary: New data from The Griesbachian of Oman
In: EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, vol. 19, pp. 13931. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts.

Widmann, P, Leu, M, Goudemand, N, Schaltegger, U, and Bucher, H (2017).
New high precision U-Pb calibration of the late Early-Triassic (Smithian-Spathian Boundary, South China)
In: EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, vol. 19, pp. 7218. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts.

Brosse, M, Bucher, H, and Goudemand, N (2016).
Quantitative biochronology of the Permian-Triassic boundary in South China based on conodont unitary associations
Earth-Science Reviews, 155:153-171.

Urdy, S, Goudemand, N, and Pantalacci, S (2016).
Looking Beyond the Genes: The Interplay Between Signaling Pathways and Mechanics in the Shaping and Diversification of Epithelial Tissues
Curr Top Dev Biol, 119:227-90.

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