Charles E. Mitchell
Charles E. Mitchell
Department of Geological Sciences, University at Buffalo, SUNY
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Late Ordovician to earliest Silurian graptolite and brachiopod biozonation from the Yangtze region, South China, with a global correlation
C Xu, R Jiayu, CE Mitchell, DAT Harper, F Junxuan, Z Renbin, ...
Geological Magazine 137 (6), 623-650, 2000
A comparison of crayfish burrow morphologies: Triassic and Holocene fossil, paleo‐and neo‐ichnological evidence, and the identification of their burrowing signatures
ST Hasiotis, CE Mitchell
Ichnos: An International Journal of Plant & Animal 2 (4), 291-314, 1993
The Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Hirnantian Stage (the uppermost of the Ordovician System)
X Chen, J Rong, J Fan, R Zhan, CE Mitchell, DAT Harper, MJ Melchin, ...
Episodes 29 (3), 183, 2006
Evolution and phylogenetic classification of the Diplograptacea
Palaeontology 30 (2), 353-405, 1987
Environmental changes in the Late Ordovician–early Silurian: Review and new insights from black shales and nitrogen isotopes
MJ Melchin, CE Mitchell, C Holmden, P Štorch
GSA Bulletin 125 (11-12), 1635-1670, 2013
Patterns and processes of latest Ordovician graptolite extinction and recovery based on data from South China
C Xu, MJ Melchin, HD Sheets, CE Mitchell, F Jun-Xuan
Journal of Paleontology 79 (5), 842-861, 2005
Local and global perspectives on carbon and nitrogen cycling during the Hirnantian glaciation
DF LaPorte, C Holmden, WP Patterson, JD Loxton, MJ Melchin, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 276 (1-4), 182-195, 2009
Application of morphologic burrow interpretations to discern continental burrow architects: lungfish or crayfish?
ST Hasiotis, CE Mitchell, RF Dubiel
Ichnos: An International Journal of Plant & Animal 2 (4), 315-333, 1993
Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) graptolites from the Upper Yangtze region, China
C Xu, FAN JUN‐XUAN, MJ Melchin, CE Mitchell
Palaeontology 48 (2), 235-280, 2005
A combined landmark and outline-based approach to ontogenetic shape change in the Ordovician trilobite Triarthrus becki
HD Sheets, K Kim, CE Mitchell
Morphometrics, 67-82, 2004
Late Ordovician extinction in the Graptoloidea
MJ Melchin, CE Mitchell, CR Barnes, SH Williams
Advances in Ordovician Geology 90 (9), 143-156, 1991
K-bentonites and graptolites biostratigraphy in the Middle Ordovician of New York State and Quebec; a new chronostratigraphic model
D Goldman, CE Mitchell, SM Bergstrom, JW Delano, S Tice
Palaios 9 (2), 124-143, 1994
Definition of a global boundary stratotype for the Darriwilian Stage of the Ordovician System
CE Mitchell, C Xu, SM Bergstrom, Y Zhang, Z Wang, BD Webby, ...
Why the null matters: statistical tests, random walks and evolution
HD Sheets, CE Mitchell
Microevolution Rate, Pattern, Process, 105-125, 2001
Graptoloid diversity and disparity became decoupled during the Ordovician mass extinction
DW Bapst, PC Bullock, MJ Melchin, HD Sheets, CE Mitchell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (9), 3428-3433, 2012
Rhyolitic glass in Ordovician K-bentonites: A new stratigraphic tool
JW Delano, SJ Tice, CE Mitchell, D Goldman
Geology 22 (2), 115-118, 1994
Uppermost Ordovician (upper Katian–Hirnantian) graptolites of north-central Nevada, USA
P Štorch, CE Mitchell, SC Finney, MJ Melchin
Bulletin of Geosciences 86 (2), 301-386, 2011
Temporal and spatial distribution of biozones and facies relative to geochemically correlated K-bentonites in the Middle Ordovician Taconic foredeep
CE Mitchell, D Goldman, JW Delano, SD Samson, SM Bergström
Geology 22 (8), 715-718, 1994
Phylogenetic analysis reveals that Rhabdopleura is an extant graptolite
CE Mitchell, MJ Melchin, CB Cameron, J Maletz
Lethaia 46 (1), 34-56, 2013
Lungfish burrows in the Upper Triassic Chinle and Dolores formations, Colorado Plateau; new evidence suggests origin by a burrowing decapod crustacean; discussion and reply
ST Hasiotis, CE Mitchell, RF Dubiel, RH Blodgett, TM Bown
Journal of Sedimentary Research 59 (5), 871-878, 1989
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