Mark A. Wilson
Mark A. Wilson
Professor of Earth Sciences, The College of Wooster
Zweryfikowany adres z wooster.edu - Strona główna
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Palaeoecology and evolution of marine hard substrate communities
PD Taylor, MA Wilson
Earth-Science Reviews 62 (1-2), 1-103, 2003
5792003
A new terminology for marine organisms inhabiting hard substrates
PD Taylor, MA Wilson
Palaios 17 (5), 522-525, 2002
1872002
Hardgrounds and hardground faunas
MA Wilson, TJ Palmer
University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1992
1791992
Sea-level oscillations during the last interglacial highstand recorded by Bahamas corals
WG Thompson, HA Curran, MA Wilson, B White
Nature Geoscience 4 (10), 684-687, 2011
1232011
Palaeoecological evidence for early aragonite dissolution in ancient calcite seas
TJ Palmer, JD Hudson, MA Wilson
Nature 335 (6193), 809-810, 1988
1201988
Categories of architectural designs in trace fossils: a measure of ichnodisparity
LA Buatois, M Wisshak, MA Wilson, MG Mángano
Earth-Science Reviews 164, 102-181, 2017
1122017
Calcite precipitation and dissolution of biogenic aragonite in shallow Ordovician calcite seas
T Palmer, M Wilson
Lethaia 37 (4), 417-427, 2004
972004
The development of an Early Ordovician hard ground community in response to rapid sea‐floor calcite precipitation
MA Wilson, TJ Palmer, TE GUENSBURG, CD Finton, LE KAUFMAN
Lethaia 25 (1), 19-34, 1992
971992
Disturbance and ecologic succession in an Upper Ordovician cobble-dwelling hardground fauna
MA Wilson
Science 228 (4699), 575-577, 1985
951985
Parasitism of Ordovician bryozoans and the origin of pseudoborings
TJ Palmer, MA Wilson
Palaeontology 31 (4), 939-949, 1988
941988
Ecological dynamics on pebbles, cobbles, and boulders
MA Wilson
Palaios 2 (6), 594-599, 1987
751987
Macroborings and the evolution of marine bioerosion
MA Wilson
Trace Fossils, 356-367, 2007
732007
Evolution of biomineralisation in ‘lophophorates’
PD Taylor, O Vinn, MA Wilson
Special Papers in Palaeontology 84, 317-333, 2010
722010
Patterns and processes in the Ordovician bioerosion revolution
MA Wilson, TJ Palmer
Ichnos 13 (3), 109-112, 2006
652006
Nomenclature of a bivalve boring from the Upper Ordovician of the midwestern United States
MA Wilson, TJ Palmer
Journal of Paleontology 62, 306-308, 1988
551988
Nomenclature of a bivalve boring from the Upper Ordovician of the midwestern United States
TJ Wilson, M.A. and Palmer
Journal of Paleontology 62, 306-308, 1988
551988
Coelobites and spatial refuges in a Lower Cretaceous cobble-dwelling hardground fauna
MA Wilson
Palaeontology 29 (4), 691-703, 1986
541986
Palaeocology of Hard Substrate Faunas from the Cretaceous Qahlah Formation of the Oman Mountains
MA Wilson, PD Taylor
Palaeontology 44 (1), 21-41, 2001
532001
Decoupled evolution of soft and hard substrate communities during the Cambrian Explosion and Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event
LA Buatois, MG Mángano, RA Olea, MA Wilson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (25), 6945-6948, 2016
522016
A new ichnogenus for etchings made by cheilostome bryozoans into calcareous substrates
PD Taylor, MA Wilson, RG Bromley
Palaeontology 42 (4), 595-604, 1999
521999
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