Professor David J. Cantrill
Professor David J. Cantrill
Chief Botanist, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
Verified email at rbg.vic.gov.au - Homepage
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Are we now living in the Anthropocene?
J Zalasiewicz, M Williams, A Smith, TL Barry, AL Coe, PR Bown, ...
Gsa Today 18 (2), 4, 2008
8392008
Testing the Impact of Calibration on Molecular Divergence Times Using a Fossil-Rich Group: The Case of Nothofagus (Fagales)
H Sauquet, SYW Ho, MA Gandolfo, GJ Jordan, P Wilf, DJ Cantrill, ...
Systematic Biology 61 (2), 289-313, 2012
3072012
Decline of a biome: evolution, contraction, fragmentation, extinction and invasion of the Australian mesic zone biota
M Byrne, DA Steane, L Joseph, DK Yeates, GJ Jordan, D Crayn, K Aplin, ...
Journal of biogeography 38 (9), 1635-1656, 2011
2832011
Contrasted patterns of hyperdiversification in Mediterranean hotspots
H Sauquet, PH Weston, CL Anderson, NP Barker, DJ Cantrill, AR Mast, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (1), 221-225, 2009
1962009
New Caledonia–Australian connections: biogeographic patterns and geology
PY Ladiges, D Cantrill
Australian Systematic Botany 20 (5), 383-389, 2007
1622007
New constraints on atmospheric CO2 concentration for the Phanerozoic
PJ Franks, DL Royer, DJ Beerling, PK Van de Water, DJ Cantrill, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (13), 4685-4694, 2014
1512014
Maastrichtian stratigraphy of Antarctica
JA Crame, JE Francis, DJ Cantrill, D Pirrie
Cretaceous Research 25 (3), 411-423, 2004
1102004
100 million years of Antarctic climate evolution: evidence from fossil plants
JE Francis, A Ashworth, DJ Cantrill, JA Crame, J Howe, R Stephens, ...
Antarctica: a keystone in a changing world, 19-28, 2008
1042008
A multi-proxy approach to determine Antarctic terrestrial palaeoclimate during the Late Cretaceous and Early Tertiary
I Poole, D Cantrill, T Utescher
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 222 (1-2), 95-121, 2005
1022005
Biodiversity and terrestrial ecology of a mid-Cretaceous, high-latitude floodplain, Alexander Island, Antarctica
HJ Falcon-Lang, DJ Cantrill, GJ Nichols
Journal of the Geological Society 158 (4), 709-724, 2001
952001
Cretaceous (Late Albian) coniferales of Alexander Island, Antarctica. 1: wood taxonomy: a quantitative approach
HJ Falcon-Lang, DJ Cantrill
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 111 (1-2), 1-17, 2000
932000
What status for the Quaternary?
PL Gibbard, AG Smith, JA Zalasiewicz, TL Barry, D Cantrill, AL Coe, ...
Boreas 34 (1), 1-6, 2005
912005
Valdivian ecosystems in the Late Cretaceous and Early Tertiary of Antarctica: further evidence from myrtaceous and eucryphiaceous fossil wood
I Poole, AMW Mennega, DJ Cantrill
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 124 (1-2), 9-27, 2003
892003
A fossil wood flora from King George Island: ecological implications for an Antarctic Eocene vegetation
I Poole, RJ Hunt, DJ Cantrill
Annals of Botany 88 (1), 33-54, 2001
892001
The vegetation of Antarctica through geological time
DJ Cantrill, I Poole
Cambridge University Press, 2012
842012
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of Early Cretaceous (late Albian) angiosperm leaves from Alexander Island, Antarctica
DJ Cantrill, GJ Nichols
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 92 (1-2), 1-28, 1996
831996
Neogene vegetation of the Meyer Desert Formation (Sirius Group) Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
AC Ashworth, DJ Cantrill
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 213 (1-2), 65-82, 2004
792004
Fossil woods from Williams Point beds, Livingston Island, Antarctica: a late Cretaceous southern high latitude flora
I Poole, D Cantrill
Palaeontology 44 (6), 1081-1112, 2001
722001
Gymnosperm woods from the Cretaceous (mid-Aptian) Cerro Negro Formation, Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, Antarctica: the arborescent vegetation of a volcanic arc
HJ Falcon-Lang, DJ Cantrill
Cretaceous Research 22 (3), 277-293, 2001
662001
A Cretaceous (Aptian) flora from President Head, Snow Island, Antarctica
DJ Cantrill
Palaeontographica Abteilung B, 153-191, 2000
652000
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