Special Issue: Geology and paleontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula of Advances in Polar Science (Vol. 30 No. 3 ) are available freely now

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Special Issue: Geology and paleontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula of Advances in Polar Science (Vol. 30 No. 3 ) are available freely now

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Dear All,

The papers on Vol. 30 No. 3 of Advances in Polar Science (Special Issue: Geology and paleontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula) are available freely now.

http://www.aps-polar.org/paper/2019/30/03/

 

We welcome your involvement in APS's future editions. We look forward to the submission of new manuscripts and for any suggestions of future “Special Issues” (which can be made via email to the editorial office at [hidden email]). We encourage you to share this announcement broadly with interested colleagues.

 

In this Special Issue, the essence of the Antarctic Treaty is honored and celebrated. Ten original scientific works are presented by researchers from ten different countries (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, UK, USA) in a collaboration that highlights the current state of knowledge of this classic geological site, addressing both highly relevant questions and opening exciting new lines of inquiry for Antarctic Earth Sciences.

Here is its contents:

 

Special Issue: Geology and paleontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula

 

Reviews

Mesozoic and Cenozoic microbiotas from the eastern Antarctic Peninsula: adaptation to a changing palaeoenvironment         165

Paleobiological significance of the James Ross Basin     186

The fossil record of durophagous predation in the James Ross Basin over the last 125 million years  

Cretaceous Antarctic plesiosaurs: stratigraphy, systematics and paleobiogeography 210

Late Cretaceous non-avian dinosaurs from the James Ross Basin, Antarctica: description of new material, updated synthesis, biostratigraphy, and paleobiogeography        228

The fossil record of birds from the James Ross Basin, West Antarctica 251

The fossil record of Antarctic land mammals: commented review and hypotheses for future research       274

Eocene Antarctica: a window into the earliest history of modern whales      293

 

Article

Late Maastrichtian–Paleocene chronostratigraphy from Seymour Island, James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: Eustatic controls on sedimentation       303

Trend

Antarctic Paleontological Heritage: Late Cretaceous–Paleogene vertebrates from Seymour (Marambio) Island, Antarctic Peninsula         328





凌晓良编辑

Mr. Xiaoliang Ling

 

Assistant Editor

Email: [hidden email]

Website: http://www.aps-polar.org 

Online Submission: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/apsci 

Tel 86-21-58713642

MB 13818202982

Editorial Office of Advances in Polar Science

Polar Research Institute of China

451 Jinqiao Road, Pudong New Area 

Shanghai 20136

China


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