Professor David J. Cantrill
Professor David J. Cantrill
Chief Botanist, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
Verified email at rbg.vic.gov.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
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
7612008
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
2872012
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
2622011
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
1902009
New Caledonia–Australian connections: biogeographic patterns and geology
PY Ladiges, D Cantrill
Australian Systematic Botany 20 (5), 383-389, 2007
1592007
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
1312014
Maastrichtian stratigraphy of Antarctica
JA Crame, JE Francis, DJ Cantrill, D Pirrie
Cretaceous Research 25 (3), 411-423, 2004
1032004
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
962008
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
922005
What status for the Quaternary?
PL Gibbard, AG Smith, JA Zalasiewicz, TL Barry, D Cantrill, AL Coe, ...
Boreas 34 (1), 1-6, 2005
882005
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
882000
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
862001
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
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
802003
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
802001
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
752004
The vegetation of Antarctica through geological time
DJ Cantrill, I Poole
Cambridge University Press, 2012
722012
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
662001
A Cretaceous (Aptian) flora from President Head, Snow Island, Antarctica
DJ Cantrill
Palaeontographica Abteilung B, 153-191, 2000
632000
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
622001
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