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- Restricted accessDiagenetic effects on the oxygen isotope composition of bones of dinosaurs and other vertebrates recovered from terrestrial and marine sedimentsBy Clive Trueman, Carolyn Chenery, David A. Eberth and Baruch SpiroArticle | Published in 2003 in Journal of the Geological Society 160 (6)Publisher: Geological Society of LondonDOI: 10.1144/0016-764903-019Clive TruemanCarolyn CheneryDavid A. EberthBaruch Spiro
- Restricted accessStable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios of individual amino acids give new insights into bone collagen degradationBy Susanne Turban-Just and Stefan SchrammArticle | Published in 1998 in Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 169 (1)Publisher: Société Géologique de FranceSusanne Turban-JustUniversitaet Muenchen, Institut fuer Anthropologie und Humangenetik, Munchen, Federal Republic of GermanyStefan SchrammUniversitaet Muenchen, Institut fuer Anthropologie und Humangenetik, Munchen, Federal Republic of Germany
- Restricted accessProblems and prospects for carbon isotope analysis of very small samples of fossil tooth enamelBy Julia A. Lee-Thorp, Lee Manning and Matthew SponheimerArticle | Published in 1997 in Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 168 (6)Publisher: Société Géologique de FranceJulia A. Lee-ThorpUniversity of Cape Town, Department of Archaeology, Rondebosch, South AfricaLee ManningUniversity of Cape Town, Department of Archaeology, Rondebosch, South AfricaMatthew SponheimerUniversity of Cape Town, Department of Archaeology, Rondebosch, South Africa
- Restricted accessUnderstanding specifics in generalist diets of carnivorans by analyzing stable carbon isotope values in Pleistocene mammals of FloridaBy Robert S. Feranec and Larisa R. G. DeSantisArticle | Published in 2014 in Paleobiology 40 (3)DOI: 10.1666/13055Robert S. FeranecRobert S. Feranec. Research and Collections, New York State Museum, CEC 3140, Albany, New York 12230, U.S.A. E-mail: email@example.com. Corresponding authorLarisa R. G. DeSantisLarisa R. G. DeSantis. Department of Earth and Environmental Science, Vanderbilt University, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, PMB 351805, Nashville, Tennessee 37235-1805, U.S.A. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Restricted accessEvolution of dental wear and diet during the origin of whalesBy J. G. M. Thewissen, Jennifer D. Sensor, Mark T. Clementz and Sunil BajpaiArticle | Published in 2011 in Paleobiology 37 (4)DOI: 10.1666/10038.1J. G. M. ThewissenJennifer D. SensorMark T. ClementzSunil Bajpai
- Restricted accessUsing ecological niche modeling for quantitative biogeographic analysis: a case study of Miocene and Pliocene Equinae in the Great PlainsBy Kaitlin Clare Maguire and Alycia L. StigallArticle | Published in 2009 in Paleobiology 35 (4)DOI: 10.1666/0094-8373-35.4.587Kaitlin Clare MaguireAlycia L. Stigall
- Restricted accessHadrosaurid migration: inferences based on stable isotope comparisons among Late Cretaceous dinosaur localitiesBy Henry C. Fricke, Raymond R. Rogers and Terry A. GatesArticle | Published in 2009 in Paleobiology 35 (2)DOI: 10.1666/08025.1Henry C. FrickeRaymond R. RogersTerry A. Gates
- Restricted accessStable isotope evidence for changes in dietary niche partitioning among hadrosaurian and ceratopsian dinosaurs of the Hell Creek Formation, North DakotaBy Henry C. Fricke and Dean A. PearsonArticle | Published in 2008 in Paleobiology 34 (4)DOI: 10.1666/08020.1Henry C. FrickeDean A. Pearson
- Restricted accessStable isotopes in early Eocene mammals as indicators of forest canopy structure and resource partitioningBy Ross Secord, Scott L. Wing and Amy ChewArticle | Published in 2008 in Paleobiology 34 (2)DOI: 10.1666/0094-8373(2008)034[0282:SIIEEM]2.0.CO;2Ross SecordScott L. WingAmy Chew
- Restricted accessIsotopic discrimination of resource partitioning among ungulates in C3-dominated communities from the Miocene of Florida and CaliforniaBy Robert S. Feranec and Bruce J. MacFaddenArticle | Published in 2006 in Paleobiology 32 (2)DOI: 10.1666/05006.1Robert S. FeranecBruce J. MacFadden