Jim Gehling
Jim Gehling
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Microbial mats in terminal Proterozoic siliciclastics; Ediacaran death masks
JG Gehling
Palaios 14 (1), 40-57, 1999
6541999
The Ediacaran emergence of bilaterians: congruence between the genetic and the geological fossil records
KJ Peterson, JA Cotton, JG Gehling, D Pisani
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
3152008
Life after snowball: the oldest complex Ediacaran fossils
GM Narbonne, JG Gehling
Geology 31 (1), 27-30, 2003
3042003
Long expected sponges from the Neoproterozoic Ediacara fauna of South Australia
JG Gehling, JK Rigby
Journal of Paleontology 70 (2), 185-195, 1996
3041996
The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella Terranovica
JG Gehling, GM Narbonne, MM Anderson
Palaeontology 43 (3), 427-456, 2000
2862000
The rise of animals: evolution and diversification of the kingdom Animalia
MA Fedonkin, A Mikhail, JG Gehling, K Grey, GM Narbonne, ...
JHU Press, 2007
2542007
The case for Ediacaran fossil roots to the metazoan tree
JG GEHLING
The world of Martin F. Glaessner, 181-224, 1991
2341991
Ediacara-type fossils in Cambrian sediments
S Jensen, JG Gehling, ML Droser
Nature 393 (6685), 567-569, 1998
2101998
Trace fossils and substrates of the terminal Proterozoic–Cambrian transition: implications for the record of early bilaterians and sediment mixing
ML Droser, S Jensen, JG Gehling
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (20), 12572-12576, 2002
1912002
A critical look at the Ediacaran trace fossil record
S Jensen, ML Droser, JG Gehling
Neoproterozoic geobiology and paleobiology, 115-157, 2006
1842006
Paleoecology of the oldest known animal communities: Ediacaran assemblages at Mistaken Point, Newfoundland
ME Clapham, GM Narbonne, JG Gehling
Paleobiology 29 (4), 527-544, 2003
1792003
Trace fossil preservation and the early evolution of animals
S Jensen, ML Droser, JG Gehling
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 220 (1-2), 19-29, 2005
1732005
Burrowing below the basal Cambrian GSSP, fortune head, Newfoundland
JG Gehling, S Jensen, ML Droser, PM Myrow, GM Narbonne
Geological Magazine 138 (2), 213-218, 2001
1722001
Ediacara organisms: relating form to function
JG Gehling, ML Droser, SR Jensen, BN Runnegar, DEG Briggs
Evolving form and function: fossils and development, 43-66, 2005
1692005
The Ediacaran Period
GM Narbonne, S Xiao, GA Shields, JG Gehling
The geologic time scale 1, 413-435, 2012
1652012
Complex trace fossils from the terminal Proterozoic of Namibia
S Jensen, BZ Saylor, JG Gehling, GJB Germs
Geology 28 (2), 143-146, 2000
1612000
Environmental interpretation and a sequence stratigraphic framework for the terminal Proterozoic Ediacara Member within the Rawnsley Quartzite, South Australia
JG Gehling
Precambrian Research 100 (1-3), 65-95, 2000
1582000
Eight-armed Ediacara fossil preserved in contrasting taphonomic windows from China and Australia
M Zhu, JG Gehling, S Xiao, Y Zhao, ML Droser
Geology 36 (11), 867-870, 2008
1502008
How well do fossil assemblages of the Ediacara Biota tell time?
JG Gehling, ML Droser
Geology 41 (4), 447-450, 2013
1492013
Textured organic surfaces associated with the Ediacara biota in South Australia
JG Gehling, ML Droser
Earth-Science Reviews 96 (3), 196-206, 2009
1372009
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