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Posted by C Lowry Aug 8, 2012

Publications for the previous 4 weeks (Search done 7th August)

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EARTH SCIENCES

ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL MINERALOGY

CUADROS, J. 2012. Clay crystal-chemical adaptability and transformation mechanisms. Clay Minerals, 47(2): 147-164. 

Pan, J.F., Buffet, P.E., Poirier, L., Amiard-Triquet, C., Gilliland, D., Joubert, Y., Pilet, P., Guibbolini, M., de Faverney, C.R., Romeo, M., VALSAMI-JONES, E. & Mouneyrac, C. 2012. Size dependent bioaccumulation and ecotoxicity of gold nanoparticles in an endobenthic invertebrate: The Tellinid clam Scrobicularia plana. Environmental Pollution, 168: 37-43. 

INVERTEBRATES AND PLANTS

Stone, P. & RUSHTON, A.W.A. 2012. The pedigree and influence of fossil collections from the Falkland Islands: From Charles Darwin to continental drift. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 123(3): 520-532. 

David, J., Garrity, G.M., Greuter, W., HAWKSWORTH, D.L., Jahn, R., Kirk, P.M., McNeill, J., Michel, E., KNAPP, S., Patterson, D.J., Tindall, B.J., TODD, J.A., van Tol, J. & Turland, N.J. 2012. Biological nomenclature terms for facilitating communication in the naming of organisms. Zookeys(192): 67-72. 

 

VERTEBRATES, ANTHROPOLOGY & MICROPALAEONTOLOGY

Allsworth-Jones, P., Oyelaran, P.A., STRINGER, C. & COMPTON, T. 2012. Itaakpa, a Late Stone Age site in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Field Archaeology, 37(3): 163-177. 

BOURDON, E. & Cappetta, H. 2012. Pseudo-toothed birds (Aves, Odontopterygiformes) from the Eocene phosphate deposits of Togo, Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32(4): 965-970. 

DUFFIN, C.J. 2012. A Survey of Birds and Fabulous Stones. Folklore, 123(2): 179-197. 

Edwards, D., Morris, J.L., RICHARDSON, J.B., Axe, L. & Davies, K.L. 2012. Notes on sporangia and spore masses containing tetrads or monads from the Lower Devonian (Lochkovian) of the Welsh Borderland, UK. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 179: 56-85. 

HERRIDGE, V.L. & LISTER, A.M. 2012. Extreme insular dwarfism evolved in a mammoth. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 279(1741): 3193-3200. 

Higham, T., Basell, L., JACOBI, R., Wood, R., Ramsey, C.B. & Conard, N.J. 2012. Testing models for the beginnings of the Aurignacian and the advent of figurative art and music: The radiocarbon chronology of Geissenklosterle. Journal of Human Evolution, 62(6): 664-676. 

Morris, J.L., Edwards, D., RICHARDSON, J.B. & Axe, L. 2012. New dyad-producing plants from the Lower Devonian (Lochkovian) of the Welsh Borderland. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 169(4): 569-595. 

Nystrom, V., Humphrey, J., Skoglund, P., McKeown, N.J., Vartanyan, S., Shaw, P.W., Liden, K., Jakobsson, M., Barnes, I., Angerbjorn, A., LISTER, A. & Dalen, L. 2012. Microsatellite genotyping reveals end-Pleistocene decline in mammoth autosomal genetic variation. Molecular Ecology, 21(14): 3391-3402. 

Peacock, J.D., Horne, D.J. & WHITTAKER, J.E. 2012. Late Devensian evolution of the marine offshore environment of western Scotland. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 123(3): 419-437. 

Trinajstic, K., Long, J.A., JOHANSON, Z., Young, G. & Senden, T. 2012. New morphological information on the ptyctodontid fishes (Placodermi, Ptyctodontida) from Western Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32(4): 757-780. 

 

 

LIFE SCIENCES 

 

AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES

BARNES, N., Kim, H.G. & Lee, W. 2012. New species of free-living marine Sabatieriinae (Nematoda: Monhysterida: Comesomatidae) from around South Korea. Zootaxa(3368): 263-290.

CLARK, P.F., Fujita, Y., BALL, A.D. & Ng, P.K.L. 2012. The first zoeal stage morphology of Crossotonotus spinipes (De Man, 1888) and Pseudopalicus serripes (Alcock & Anderson, 1895), with implications for palicoid systematics (Crustacea: Brachyura: Palicoidea). Zootaxa(3367): 191-203.

Mendoza, J.C.E., CLARK, P.F. & Ng, P.K.L. 2012. The identity of Pilumnoplax acanthomerus Rathbun, 1911 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Xanthidae), with new records from the central and western Pacific. Zootaxa(3367): 211-221.

Sitnikova, T., MICHEL, E., Tulupova, Y., Khanaev, I., Parfenova, V. & Prozorova, L. 2012. Spirochetes in gastropods from Lake Baikal and North American freshwaters: new multi-family, multi-habitat host records. Symbiosis, 56(3): 103-110. 

WIKLUND, H., Altamira, I.V., GLOVER, A.G., Smith, C.R., Baco, A.R. & Dahlgren, T.G. 2012. Systematics and biodiversity of Ophryotrocha (Annelida, Dorvilleidae) with descriptions of six new species from deep-sea whale-fall and wood-fall habitats in the north-east Pacific. Systematics and Biodiversity, 10(2): 243-259. 

 

GENOMIC AND MICROBIAL DIVERSITY

NIE, R.E., Xue, H.J., Hua, Y., Yang, X.K. & VOGLER, A.P. 2012. Distinct species or colour polymorphism? Life history, morphology and sequence data separate two Pyrrhalta elm beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Systematics and Biodiversity, 10(2): 133-146.

Xu, Y., Miao, M., WARREN, A. & Song, W.B. 2012. Diversity of the karyorelictid ciliates: Remanella (Protozoa, Ciliophora, Karyorelictida) inhabiting intertidal areas of Qingdao, China, with descriptions of three species. Systematics and Biodiversity, 10(2): 207-219.

 

PARASITES & VECTORS

RICHARDS, C.S., SIMONSEN, T.J., ABEL, R.L., HALL, M.J.R., Schwyn, D.A. & Wicklein, M. 2012. Virtual forensic entomology: Improving estimates of minimum post-mortem interval with 3D micro-computed tomography. Forensic Science International, 220(1-3): 251-264. 

McCarthy, E., Cunningham, E., Copley, L., Jackson, D., JOHNSTON, D., Dalton, J.P. & Mulcahy, G. 2012. Cathepsin L proteases of the parasitic copepod, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Aquaculture, 356-57: 264-271. 

 

PLANTS

David, J., Garrity, G.M., Greuter, W., HAWKSWORTH, D.L., Jahn, R., Kirk, P.M., McNeill, J., Michel, E., KNAPP, S., Patterson, D.J., Tindall, B.J., TODD, J.A., van Tol, J. & Turland, N.J. 2012. Biological nomenclature terms for facilitating communication in the naming of organisms. Zookeys(192): 67-72. 

ELLIS, L.T., Alegro, A., Bednarek-Ochyra, H., Ochyra, R., Bergamini, A., Cogoni, A., Erzberger, P., Gorski, P., Gremmen, N., Hespanhol, H., Vieira, C., Kurbatova, L.E., Lebouvier, M., Martincic, A., Asthana, A.K., Gupta, R., Nath, V., Natcheva, R., Ganeva, A., Ozdemir, T., Batan, N., Plasek, V., Porley, R.D., Randic, M., Sawicki, J., Schroder, W., Sergio, C., Smith, V.R., Sollman, P., Stefanut, S., Stevenson, C.R., Suarez, G.M., Surina, B., Uyar, G. & Surina, Z.M. 2012. New national and regional bryophyte records, 31. Journal of Bryology, 34: 123-134. 

KNAPP, S. 2012. 1493: How Europe's Discovery of the Americas Revolutionized Trade, Ecology and Life on Earth [Book Review]. Nature, 487(7405): 35-35. 

Ortiz-Rodriguez, A.E., Lorea-Hernandez, F., Perez-Farrera, M.A. & MONRO, A.K. 2012. First record of Pilea pteridophylla AKMonro (Urticaceae) and Ocotea heribertoi T.Wendt (Lauraceae) for the flora of Chiapas. Botanical Sciences, 90(2): 203-206. 

 

TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATES

CARPENTER, D., SHERLOCK, E., JONES, D.T., CHIMINOIDES, J., Writer, T., Neilson, R., Boag, B., Keith, A.M. & EGGLETON, P. 2012. Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group (vol 21, pg 475, 2012) [Correction]. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21(8): 2173-2175. 

Fikacek, M., Prokin, A., ANGUS, R.B., Ponomarenko, A., Yue, Y.L., Ren, D. & Prokop, J. 2012. Phylogeny and the fossil record of the Helophoridae reveal Jurassic origin of extant hydrophiloid lineages (Coleoptera: Polyphaga). Systematic Entomology, 37(3): 420-447. 

Johnson, K.P., Shreve, S.M. & SMITH, V.S. 2012. Repeated adaptive divergence of microhabitat specialization in avian feather lice. Bmc Biology, 10

Li, H.H. & SATTLER, K. 2012. A taxonomic revision of the genus Mesophleps Hubner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Zootaxa(3373): 1-82. 

Li, J., Xue, D.Y., Han, H.X. & GALSWORTHY, A.C. 2012. Taxonomic review of Syzeuxis Hampson, 1895, with a discussion of biogeographical aspects (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Larentiinae). Zootaxa(3357): 1-24. 

Pham, N.T., BROAD, G.R., Matsumoto, R. & Wagele, W.J. 2012. First record of the genus Brachyzapus Gauld and Dubois (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) from Vietnam, with descriptions of six new species. Journal of Natural History, 46(27-28): 1639-1661.

RICHARDS, C.S., SIMONSEN, T.J., ABEL, R.L., HALL, M.J.R., Schwyn, D.A. & Wicklein, M. 2012. Virtual forensic entomology: Improving estimates of minimum post-mortem interval with 3D micro-computed tomography. Forensic Science International, 220(1-3): 251-264. 

 

VERTEBRATES

Carranza, S. & ARNOLD, E.N. 2012. A review of the geckos of the genus Hemidactylus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Oman based on morphology, mitochondrial and nuclear data, with descriptions of eight new species. Zootaxa(3378): 1-+. 

SAN MAURO, D., GOWER, D.J., Cotton, J.A., Zardoya, R., WILKINSON, M. & Massingham, T. 2012. Experimental Design in Phylogenetics: Testing Predictions from Expected Information. Systematic Biology, 61(4): 661-674. 

 

 

SCIENCE FACILITIES

CLARK, P.F., Fujita, Y., BALL, A.D. & Ng, P.K.L. 2012. The first zoeal stage morphology of Crossotonotus spinipes (De Man, 1888) and Pseudopalicus serripes (Alcock & Anderson, 1895), with implications for palicoid systematics (Crustacea: Brachyura: Palicoidea). Zootaxa(3367): 191-203. 

RICHARDS, C.S., SIMONSEN, T.J., ABEL, R.L., HALL, M.J.R., Schwyn, D.A. & Wicklein, M. 2012. Virtual forensic entomology: Improving estimates of minimum post-mortem interval with 3D micro-computed tomography. Forensic Science International, 220(1-3): 251-264. 

 

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One-day meeting sponsored by the QRA, QUAVER, NERC and the NHM

Wednesday 19 September 2012, 10 am – 6 pm

Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum. 

 

Confirmed speakers:

 

Tony Stuart (Durham) – Megafaunal extinction and survival, with special reference to northern Eurasia

Adrian Lister (NHM) – Mammoth extinction, refugia, and the synergy of climate and people

John Stewart (Bournemouth) & Chris Stringer (NHM) – Range shifts and extinction of Neanderthals and other human populations in the Late Quaternary

Ian Barnes (Royal Holloway) - Applying ancient DNA to Late Quaternary extinctions

Judy Allen, Yvonne Collingham & Brian Huntley (Durham) – Modelling vegetation change and  Late Quaternary extinctions

Martin Street (Neuwied) – Implications of the Western and Central European Late Upper Palaeolithic archaeological record for Late Quaternary Extinctions

Sam Turvey (ZSL) & Susanne Fritz (Frankfurt)  – The ghosts of mammals past: global patterns of mammalian extinction during the Holocene

Jennifer Crees (Imperial): Large mammal extinctions in Holocene Europe: case closed?

Kenneth Rijsdijk (Amsterdam) & the Dodo Research Programme team - Climate induced mass mortality vs. human induced extinction: an interdisciplinary analysis of a dodo mass grave on Mauritius

Ben Collen, Lucie Bland & Martina Di Fonzo (ZSL) – Wildlife in a changing world: predicting how populations decline to extinction

Kate Jones (UCL) - Current and future extinctions: windows into the past

 

For full programme details and registration (required), please go to http://qra.org.uk/meetings/70