Ross P. Anderson
Ross P. Anderson
Senior Researcher of Natural History & Royal Society University Research Fellow University of Oxford
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Experimental evidence that clay inhibits bacterial decomposers: implications for preservation of organic fossils
S McMahon, RP Anderson, EE Saupe, DEG Briggs
Geology 44 (10), 867-870, 2016
A mineralogical signature for Burgess Shale–type fossilization
RP Anderson, NJ Tosca, RR Gaines, NM Koch, DEG Briggs
Geology 46 (4), 347-350, 2018
The ‘Tully monster’is a vertebrate
VE McCoy, EE Saupe, JC Lamsdell, LG Tarhan, S McMahon, S Lidgard, ...
Nature 532, 496–499, 2016
All the better to see you with: eyes and claws reveal the evolution of divergent ecological roles in giant pterygotid eurypterids
VE McCoy, JC Lamsdell, M Poschmann, RP Anderson, DEG Briggs
Biology letters 11 (8), 20150564, 2015
Doushantuo-type microfossils from latest Ediacaran phosphorites of northern Mongolia
RP Anderson, FA Macdonald, DS Jones, S McMahon, DEG Briggs
Geology 45 (12), 1079–1082, 2017
What big eyes you have: the ecological role of giant pterygotid eurypterids
RP Anderson, VE McCoy, ME McNamara, DEG Briggs
Biology letters 10 (7), 20140412, 2014
Tonian-Cryogenian boundary sections of Argyll, Scotland
IJ Fairchild, AM Spencer, DO Ali, RP Anderson, R Anderton, I Boomer, ...
Precambrian Research 319, 37–64, 2018
Palaeobiology of latest Ediacaran phosphorites from the upper Khesen Formation, Khuvsgul Group, northern Mongolia
RP Anderson, S McMahon, FA Macdonald, DS Jones, DEG Briggs
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 17 (6), 501–532, 2019
Early formation and taphonomic significance of kaolinite associated with Burgess Shale fossils
RP Anderson, NJ Tosca, EE Saupe, J Wade, DEG Briggs
Geology 49 (4), 355-359, 2021
Aluminosilicate haloes preserve complex life approximately 800 million years ago
RP Anderson, NJ Tosca, G Cinque, MD Frogley, I Lekkas, A Akey, ...
Interface focus 10 (4), 20200011, 2020
Late Ediacaran paleogeography of Avalonia and the Cambrian assembly of West Gondwana
B Wen, DAD Evans, RP Anderson, PJA McCausland
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 552, 116591, 2020
Microstructures in metasedimentary rocks from the Neoproterozoic Bonahaven Formation, Scotland: Microconcretions, impact spherules, or microfossils?
RP Anderson, IJ Fairchild, NJ Tosca, AH Knoll
Precambrian Research 233, 59–72, 2013
Macroscopic structures in the 1.1 Ga continental Copper Harbor Formation: concretions or fossils?
RP Anderson, LG Tarhan, KE Cummings, NJ Planavsky, M Bjørnerud
Palaios 31 (7), 327–338, 2016
Palaeobiology of the early Ediacaran Shuurgat Formation, Zavkhan Terrane, south-western Mongolia
RP Anderson, S McMahon, U Bold, FA Macdonald, DEG Briggs
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 15 (11), 947–968, 2017
Oldest fossil ciliates from the Cryogenian glacial interlude reinterpreted as possible red algal spores
PA Cohen, M Vizcaíno, RP Anderson
Palaeontology 63 (6), 941-950, 2020
Taphonomic disparity in foraminifera as a paleo-indicator for seagrass
SAF Darroch, ER Locatelli, VE Mccoy, EG Clark, RP Anderson, LG Tarhan, ...
Palaios 31 (5), 242–258, 2016
Tonian deltaic and storm-influenced marine sedimentation on the edge of Laurentia: the Veteranen Group of northeastern Spitsbergen, Svalbard
TM Gibson, AEG Millikin, RP Anderson, PM Myrow, AD Rooney, ...
Sedimentary Geology, 2021
Microscopic and geochemical analyses of the Tonian Longfengshan biota from the Luotuoling Formation (Hebei Province, North China) with taphonomic implications
Y Jing, ZQ Chen, RP Anderson, X Wang, Z Zheng, X Feng
Precambrian Research 382, 105899, 2022
Fossilisation processes and our reading of animal antiquity
RP Anderson, CR Woltz, NJ Tosca, SM Porter, DEG Briggs
Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2023
Taphonomy of eukaryotic microfossils between Cryogenian ice ages explored in the Zavkhan terrane, southwestern Mongolia
RP Anderson, A Francis, NJ Tosca, T Bosak, U Bold, DEG Briggs
Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, 2014
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