John Long
John Long
Professor in Palaeontology, Flinders University, School of Biological Sciences
Verified email at flinders.edu.au - Homepage
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The rise of fishes: 500 million years of evolution
JA Long
UNSW Press, Australia; Johns Hopkins University Press, USA, 1995
339*1995
Trace element content of sedimentary pyrite as a new proxy for deep-time ocean–atmosphere evolution.
RR Large, JA Halpin, LV Danyushevsky, VV Maslennikov, SW Bull, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 389, 209-220, 2014
3122014
Early-Middle Palaeozoic biogeography of Asian terranes derived from Gondwana
C Burrett, J Long, B Stait
Geological Society, London, Memoirs 12 (1), 163-174, 1990
2641990
Prehistoric mammals of Australia and New Guinea: one hundred million years of evolution
J Long, M Archer, T Flannery, S Hand
University of New South Wales Press, Sydney; Johns Hopkins University Press …, 2002
1582002
The greatest step in vertebrate history: a paleobiological review of the fish‐tetrapod transition
JA Long, MS Gordon
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77 (5), 700-719, 2004
1382004
An arid-adapted middle Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from south-central Australia
GJ Prideaux, JA Long, LK Ayliffe, JC Hellstrom, B Pillans, WE Boles, ...
Nature 445 (7126), 422-425, 2007
1352007
Live birth in the Devonian period
JA Long, K Trinajstic, GC Young, T Senden
Nature 453 (7195), 650-652, 2008
1302008
An exceptional Devonian fish from Australia sheds light on tetrapod origins
JA Long, GC Young, T Holland, TJ Senden, EMG Fitzgerald
Nature 444 (7116), 199-202, 2006
1282006
New palaeoniscoid fishes from the Late Devonian and Early Carboniferous of Victoria
JA Long
1231988
Middle Palaeozoic macrovertebrate biostratigraphy of eastern Gondwana
ST Young, GC, Appendix by Young, G.C, Long, J.A
Palaeozoic vertebrate biostratigraphy and biogeography, 208-251, 1993
107*1993
Copulation in antiarch placoderms and the origin of gnathostome internal fertilization
JA Long, E Mark-Kurik, Z Johanson, MSY Lee, GC Young, M Zhu, ...
Nature 517, 196-199, 2015
1042015
A new rhizodontiform fish from the Early Carboniferous of Victoria, Australia, with remarks on the phylogenetic position of the group
JA Long
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9 (1), 1-17, 1989
1041989
Crossopterygian fishes from the Devonian of Antarctica: Systematics, Relationships and Biogeographic Significance
GC Young, JA Long, A Ritchie
Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 14, 1-78, 1992
1031992
The Late Devonian Gogo Formation lägerstatte of Western Australia: exceptional early vertebrate preservation and diversity
JA Long, K Trinajstic
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 38, 255-279, 2010
1002010
Osteology and functional morphology of the osteolepiform fish Gogonasus andrewsae Long, 1985, from the Upper Devonian Gogo Formation, Western Australia
JA Long, RE Barwick, KSW Campbell
Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 53, 1-89, 1997
981997
Devonian arthrodire embryos and the origin of internal fertilization in vertebrates
JA Long, K Trinajstic, Z Johanson
Nature 457 (7233), 1124-1127, 2009
932009
Bayesian morphological clock methods resurrect placoderm monophyly and reveal rapid early evolution in jawed vertebrates
B King, T Qiao, MSY Lee, M Zhu, JA Long
Systematic Biology 66 (4), 499-516, 2017
812017
The structure of the sarcopterygian Onychodus jandemarrai n. sp. from Gogo, Western Australia: with a functional interpretation of the skeleton
SM Andrews, JA Long, PE Ahlberg, RE Barwick, KSW Campbell
Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 96 (3), 197-307, 2006
802006
A new osteolepiform fish from the lower Carboniferous Raymond Formation, Drummond Basin, Queensland
RC Fox, KSW Campbell, RE Barwick, JA Long
Memoirs-Queensland Museum 38 (1), 97-221, 1995
771995
Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and other animals of the Mesozoic Era
JA Long
UNSW Press, Sydney; Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1998
751998
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