Jim Gehling
Jim Gehling
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TitleCited byYear
Microbial mats in terminal Proterozoic siliciclastics; Ediacaran death masks
JG Gehling
Palaios 14 (1), 40-57, 1999
5691999
Long expected sponges from the Neoproterozoic Ediacara fauna of South Australia
JG Gehling, JK Rigby
Journal of Paleontology 70 (2), 185-195, 1996
2871996
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
2802008
Life after snowball: The oldest complex Ediacaran fossils
GM Narbonne, JG Gehling
Geology 31 (1), 27-30, 2003
2682003
The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella Terranovica
JG Gehling, GM Narbonne, MM Anderson
Palaeontology 43 (3), 427-456, 2000
2492000
The case for Ediacaran fossil roots to the metazoan tree
JG GEHLING
The world of Martin F. Glaessner, 181-224, 1991
2251991
The rise of animals: evolution and diversification of the kingdom Animalia
MA Fedonkin, JG Gehling, K Grey, GM Narbonne, P Vickers-Rich
JHU Press, 2007
2132007
Ediacara-type fossils in Cambrian sediments
S Jensen, JG Gehling, ML Droser
Nature 393 (6685), 567, 1998
1931998
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
1772002
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
1632003
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
1532001
Trace fossil preservation and the early evolution of animals
S Jensen, ML Droser, JG Gehling
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 220 (1-2), 19-29, 2005
1522005
A critical look at the Ediacaran trace fossil record
S Jensen, ML Droser, JG Gehling
Neoproterozoic geobiology and paleobiology, 115-157, 2006
1442006
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
1442005
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
1422000
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
1402008
Complex trace fossils from the terminal Proterozoic of Namibia
S Jensen, BZ Saylor, JG Gehling, GJB Germs
Geology 28 (2), 143-146, 2000
1332000
The Ediacaran Period
GM Narbonne, S Xiao, GA Shields, JG Gehling
The geologic time scale 1, 413-435, 2012
1212012
Earliest known echinoderm—a new Ediacaran fossil from the Pound Subgroup of South Australia
JG Gehling
Alcheringa 11 (4), 337-345, 1987
1211987
Paleoenvironmental analysis of the late Neoproterozoic Mistaken Point and Trepassey formations, southeastern Newfoundland
DA Wood, RW Dalrymple, GM Narbonne, JG Gehling, ME Clapham
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 40 (10), 1375-1391, 2003
1182003
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