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Publications 2022

Amano, K., Kiel, S., Hryniewicz, K., and Jenkins, R.G. 2022. Bivalvia in ancient hydrocarbon seeps. In: A. Kaim, N.H. Landman, and J.K. Cochran (eds.), Ancient Hydrocarbon Seeps. Topics in Geobiology 50, 267-321. Springer, Cham.

Chen, F., Topper, T.P., Skovsted, C.B., Strotz, L.C., Shen, J. and Zhang, Z., 2022. Cambrian ecological complexities: perspectives from the earliest brachiopod-supported benthic communities in the early Cambrian Guanshan Lagerstätte. Gondwana Research 107: 30-41. link

Danise, S., Slater, S. M., Vajda, V., & Twitchett, R. J. 2022. Land-sea ecological connectivity during a Jurassic warming event. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 578: 17290. DOI: link

Dekov, V.M., Kyono, K., Yasukawa, K., Guéguen, B., Ivarsson, M., Kamenov, G.D., Yamanaka, T., Asael, D., Ishida, M., Cavalcante, L.L., Kato, Y., Toki, T., Ishibashi, J.-I. 2022. Mineralogy, geochemistry and microbiology insights into precipitation of stibnite and orpiment at the Daiyon-Yonaguni Knoll (Okinawa Trough) hydrothermal barite deposits. Chemical Geology, 610, link

Denk, T., Güner, H. T. & Bouchal, J. M. 2022. Catalogue of revised and new plant macrofossils from the Aquitanian-Burdigalian of Soma (W Turkey) – Biogeographic and palaeoclimatic implications. Review of Palaeobotnay and Palynology 296: 104550. link

Ebbestad, J., Hybertsen, F., Högström, A., Jensen, S., Palacios, T., Taylor, W., Agic, H., Höyberget, M. & Meinhold, G., in press. Distribution and correlation of Sabellidites cambriensis (Annelida?) in the basal Cambrian on Baltica. Geological Magazine, 1-22. doi:10.1017/S0016756821001187external link

Ericson, P.G.P, Irestedt, M., Zuccon, D., Larsson, P., Tison, J.-L., Emslie, S.D., Götherström, A., Hume, J.P., Werdelin, L., & Qu, Y. 2022. A 14,000-year-old genome sheds light on the evolution and extinction of a Pleistocene vulture. Communications Biology 5:857 link

Fielding, C.R., Frank, T., Savatic, K., Mays, C., McLoughlin, S., Vajda, V. & Nicoll, R. 2022. Environmental change in the late Permian of Queensland, NE Australia: the warmup to the end-Permian Extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 594, 110936. link

Flink, T., and Werdelin, L. 2022. Digital endocasts from two late Eocene carnivores shed light on the evolution of the brain at the origin of Carnivora. Papers in Palaeontology 8:e1422. link

Goedert, J.L., Guthrie, L.S., and Kiel, S., 2022. Octocorals (Alcyonacea and Pennatulacea) from Paleogene deep-water strata in western Washington State, USA. Journal of Paleontology 96: 539-551. 10.1017/jpa.2022.5external link

Goedert, J.L., Kiel, S., and Tsai, C.-H. 2022. Miocene Nautilus (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) from Taiwan, and a review of the Indo-Pacific fossil record of Nautilus. Island Arc: e12442.

Guan, H., Feng, D., Birgel, D., Kiel, S., Peckmann, J., Li, S., and Tao, J., 2022. Lipid biomarker patterns reflect nutritional strategies of seep-dwelling bivalves from the South China Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 831286. link

Hopley, P.J., Cerling, T.E., Crété, L., Werdelin, L., Mwebi, O., Manthi, F.K., & Leakey, L.N. 2022. Stable isotope analysis of carnivores from the Turkana Basin, Kenya: evidence for temporally-mixed fossil assemblages. Quaternary International. link

Hybertsen, F., Kiel, S., and Goedert, J.L. 2022. Squiresica, a new fossil genus of the chemosymbiotic bivalve family Vesicomyidae from western North America. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 67: 703-709. link

Ivarsson, M., 2022. Traces of Life in Basaltic Crust. In: Gargaud M. et al. (eds) Encyclopedia of Astrobiology. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. link

Jiangzuo, Q., Werdelin, L. & Sun, Y. 2022 A dwarf sabertooth cat (Felidae: Machairodontinae) from Shanxi, China, and the phylogeny of the sabertooth tribe Machairodontini. Quaternary Science Reviews 284. link

Jovells-Vaqué, S. & Mörs, T. 2022. The aberrant hamster Melissiodon (Cricetidae, Rodentia) from the early Miocene of Echzell and other German and French localities. Historical Biology. link

Kalthoff, D.C., Fejfar, O., Kimura, Y., Bailey, B. & Mörs, T. 2022. Incisor enamel microstructure places New and Old World Eomyidae outside Geomorpha (Rodentia, Mammalia). Zoologica Scripta 51(4): 381-400. link

Kiel, S., Fernando, A.G., Magtoto, C.Y., and Kase, T. 2022. Mollusks from Miocene hydrocarbon-seep deposits in the Ilocos-Central Luzon Basin, Luzon Island, Philippines. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 67. link

Lewis, M.E. & Werdelin, L. 2022. A revision of the genus Crocuta (Mammalia, Hyaenidae). Palaeontographica Abt. A 322(1-4): 1-115. https://10.1127/pala/2022/0120external link

Li, ZY, Mörs, T, Zhang, YX, Xie, K & Li, YX. 2022. New material of schizotheriine chalicothere (Perissodactyla, Chalicotheriidae) from the Xianshuihe Formation (early Miocene) of Lanzhou Basin, Northwestern China. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. link

Liu, F. Skovsted, C. B., Topper, T. P. & Zhang, Z. 2022. Hyolithid-like hyoliths without helens from the early Cambrian of South China, and their implications for the evolution of hyoliths. BMC Ecology and Evolution 22:64. link

McLoughlin, S., 2022. Late Permian flora of the Little River Coal Measures, northeastern Australia. Geophytology 50, 37–48. link

McLoughlin, S., 2022. The history of palaeobotanical research at the Swedish Museum of Natural History.PDF In: 11th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference Abstracts, Program and Proceedings. McLoughlin, S., (Ed.), Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, pp. 11–34.

McLoughlin, S., 2022. Palaeobotanical collections and facilities at the Swedish Museum of Natural History.PDF In: 11th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference Abstracts, Program and Proceedings. McLoughlin, S., (Ed.), Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, pp. 35–43.

McLoughlin, S., 2022. The range of palaeobotanical studies in Sweden and future opportunities for research.PDF In: 11th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference Abstracts, Program and Proceedings. McLoughlin, S., (Ed.), Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, pp. 45–56.

McLoughlin, S. & Mays, C., 2022. Synchrotron X-ray imaging reveals the three-dimensional architecture of beetle borings (Dekosichnus meniscatus) in Middle–Late Jurassic araucarian conifer wood from Argentina. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 297, 104568. link

Macaluso, L., Villa, A. & Mörs, T. 2022. A new proteid salamander (Urodela; Proteidae) from the middle Miocene of Hambach (Germany) and implications for the evolution of the family. Palaeontology. link

Mays, C., & McLoughlin, S., 2022. End-Permian burnout: The role of Permian-Triassic wildfires in extinction, carbon cycling and environmental change in eastern Gondwana. Palaios 37, 292–317. link

Mays, C., Vajda, V. & McLoughlin, S., 2022. Rise of the toxic slime. Scientific American 327, 56–63. link

Philippe, M., McLoughlin, S., Strullu-Derrien, C., Bamford, M., Kiel, S., Nel, A., and Thévenard, F. 2022. Life in the woods: taphonomic evolution of a diverse saproxylic community within fossil woods from Upper Cretaceous submarine mass flow deposits (Mzamba Formation, southeast Africa). Gondwana Research 109: 113-133. link

Reed, K.E., Kuykendall, K.L., Herries, A.I.R., Hopley, P.J., Sponheimer, M. & Werdelin, L. 2022. Geology, fauna, and paleoenvironmental reconstructions of the Makapansgat Limeworks Australopithecus africanus-bearing paleocave. In: Reynolds, S.C. & Bobe, R. (eds) African Palaeoecology and Human Evolution. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 66-81.

Rowan, J., Lazagabaster, I.A., Campisano, C.J., Bibi, F., Bobe, R., Boisserie, J.-R., Frost, S.R., Getachew, T., Gilbert, C.C., Lewis, M.E., Melaku, S., Scott, E., Souron, A., Werdelin, L., Kimbel, W.H., & Reed, K.E. in press. Early Pleistocene large mammals from Maka’amitalu, Hadar, lower Awash Valley, Ethiopia. PeerJ 10:e13210. https://10.7717/peerj.13210external link

Slater, S.M., Bown, P., Twitchett, R.J. , Danise, S. & Vajda, V. 2022. Global record of “ghost” nannofossils reveals plankton resilience to high CO2 and warming. Science 376: 853-856. DOI: 10.1126/science.abm7330external link.

Steinthorsdottir, M., Jardine, P.E., Lomax, B.H. & Sallstedt, T. 2022. Key traits of living fossil Ginkgo biloba are highly variable but not influenced by climate – Implications for palaeo-pCO2 reconstructions and climate sensitivity. Global and Planetary Change 211: 103786. link

Sui, G., Lin, Y., McLoughlin, S., Yang, S.-L. & Feng, Z., 2022. A new lycophyte megaspore, Paxillitriletes permicus, from the upper Permian of Southwest China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 304, 104722. link

Topper, T. P., Betts, M. J., Dorjnamjaa, D., Li, G., Li, L., Altanshagai, G., Enkhbaatar, B. & Skovsted, C. B. 2022. Locating the BACE f the Cambrian: Bayan Gol in southwestern Mongolia and global correlation of the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary. Earth-Science Reviews 229: 104017. link

Vasilyan, D., Čerňanský, A., Szyndlar, Z. & Mörs, T. 2022. Amphibian and reptilian fauna from the early Miocene of Echzell, Germany. Fossil Record 25 (1): 99-145. link

Wang, X., Fan, D., Kiel, S., Gong, S., Liang, Q., Tao, J., Chen, D., and Feng, D. 2022. Archives of short-term fluid flow dynamics and possible influence of human activities at methane seeps: Evidence from high-resolution element geochemistry of chemosynthetic bivalve shells. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 960338.