Richard J. Knecht
Richard J. Knecht
Tufts University, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu
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Late Carboniferous paleoichnology reveals the oldest full-body impression of a flying insect
RJ Knecht, MS Engel, JS Benner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (16), 6515-6519, 2011
272011
Timing of post-glacial reinhabitation and ecological development of two New England, USA, drainages based on trace fossil evidence
JS Benner, JC Ridge, RJ Knecht
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 272 (3-4), 212-231, 2009
212009
Surculichnus bifurcauda n. igen., n. isp., a trace fossil from Late Pleistocene glaciolacustrine varves of the Connecticut River Valley, USA, attributed to notostracan …
RJ Knecht, JS Benner, DC Rogers, JC Ridge
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 272 (3-4), 232-239, 2009
172009
Wealden ironmasters in the age of Elizabeth
JJ Goring, EW Ives, RJ Knecht, JJ Scarisbrick
Wealth and Power in, 1978
141978
Tonganoxichnus: a revision of the ichnogenus with new material from Massachusetts
JS Benner, RJ Knecht, MS Engel
Ichnology: papers from Ichnia III. Edited by D. McIllroy. Geological …, 2015
62015
Wealth and Power in Tudor England
EW Ives, RJ Knecht, JJ Scarisbrick
London, 1978
51978
Comment on Marden (2013):“Reanalysis and experimental evidence indicate that the earliest trace fossil of a winged insect was a surface skimming neopteran”
JS Benner, RJ Knecht, MS Engel
Evolution 67 (7), 2142-2149, 2013
42013
Early-to mid-Pennsylvanian vertebrate fauna of an intermontane basin inferred from tracks and trackways of the Wamsutta Formation, southeastern New England
RJ Knecht, JS Benner
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40, 370, 2008
42008
Deconstructing Tonganoxichnus: Morphology, behavior, and a new ichnospecies from Massachusetts
JS Benner, RJ Knecht, MS Engel
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Northeastern Section …, 2011
22011
A new Late Carboniferous trace fossil assemblage from the Wamsutta Fm. of Massachusetts and its significance
RJ Knecht, JS Benner, AF Gardulski, JL Dean
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40, 370, 2009
22009
Music in Early Virginia
LE Semler, W Aglionby, LB Alberti, J Rykwert, N Leach, R Tavernor, ...
The Early Modern Grotesque: English Sources and Documents 1500–1700 3 (3), 1-35, 2019
2019
A CARBONIFEROUS SPONGE FOREST ON THE CARBONATE RAMP OF THE ANTLER FORELAND BASIN, CENTRAL IDAHO
L Tapanila, R Knecht
Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section 41 (6), 15, 2009
2009
Lacustrine Bioturbation and Icnofacies
JM de Gibert, LA Buatois
Elsevier, 2009
2009
The hills were alive… Late Carboniferous continental trace fossils from an intermontane upland setting
JS Benner, RJ Knecht
2nd Interntional Congress on Ichnology, 2008
2008
The oldest known trace fossil of a flying insect
RJ Knecht, JS Benner, JC Ridge
2nd International Congress on Ichnology, 2008
2008
Trace fossils of crustacean origin as indicators of ecological maturity and glacial-to-nonglacial transition in lacustrine varves; A case study from the late Pleistocene of New …
RJ Knecht, JS Benner, JC Ridge
33rd International Geological Congress, 2008
2008
The Royal Adventurers in England
T Dickson, S James, C Balfour Paul, T McInnes, L Athol, RD John, ...
Black Lives in the English Archives, 1500–1677: Imprints of the Invisible 13 …, 2008
2008
Images of Tudor Kingship
RJ Knecht
Renaissance Studies 7 (3), 314-317, 1993
1993
War taxation, institutional change and social conflict in provincial France: the royal taille in Dauphine, 1494-1559
RJ Knecht, T Bèze, P Brantôme, L Lalanne, G Guiffrey, FA Isambert, ...
French Renaissance Monarchy: Francis I and Henry II 1 (3), vii-vii, 1984
1984
Religious conflict and Civil War in France c. 1560-1600-week 4
RJ Knecht
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