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Rachel Wood
Rachel Wood
Cambridge University, Edinburgh University
E-mail megerősítve itt: ed.ac.uk
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Reef evolution
R Wood
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1999
6721999
Effective use of cerium anomalies as a redox proxy in carbonate-dominated marine settings
R Tostevin, GA Shields, GM Tarbuck, T He, MO Clarkson, RA Wood
Chemical Geology 438, 146-162, 2016
3482016
Ocean acidification and the Permo-Triassic mass extinction
MO Clarkson, SA Kasemann, RA Wood, TM Lenton, SJ Daines, S Richoz, ...
Science 348 (6231), 229-232, 2015
3092015
Compilation and network analyses of Cambrian food webs
JA Dunne, RJ Williams, ND Martinez, RA Wood, DH Erwin
PLoS biology 6 (4), e102, 2008
2302008
Nutrients, predation and the history of reef-building
R Wood
Palaios, 526-543, 1993
2241993
Proterozoic modular biomineralized metazoan from the Nama Group, Namibia
RA Wood, JP Grotzinger, JAD Dickson
Science 296 (5577), 2383-2386, 2002
2072002
Anoxia as the cause of the mid-Early Cambrian (Botomian) extinction event
AY Zhuravlev, RA Wood
Geology 24 (4), 311-314, 1996
1961996
Assessing the utility of Fe/Al and Fe-speciation to record water column redox conditions in carbonate-rich sediments
MO Clarkson, SW Poulton, R Guilbaud, RA Wood
Chemical Geology 382, 111-122, 2014
1672014
Integrated records of environmental change and evolution challenge the Cambrian Explosion
R Wood, AG Liu, F Bowyer, PR Wilby, FS Dunn, CG Kenchington, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 528-538, 2019
1552019
The ecological evolution of reefs
R Wood
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29 (1), 179-206, 1998
1431998
Ediacaran metazoan reefs from the Nama Group, Namibia
AM Penny, R Wood, A Curtis, F Bowyer, R Tostevin, KH Hoffman
Science 344 (6191), 1504-1506, 2014
1412014
An introduction to prior information derived from probabilistic judgements: elicitation of knowledge, cognitive bias and herding
MC Baddeley, A Curtis, R Wood
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 239 (1), 15-27, 2004
1372004
Eve of biomineralization: controls on skeletal mineralogy
AY Zhuravlev, RA Wood
Geology 36 (12), 923-926, 2008
1322008
Dynamic redox conditions control late Ediacaran metazoan ecosystems in the Nama Group, Namibia
RA Wood, SW Poulton, AR Prave, KH Hoffmann, MO Clarkson, ...
Precambrian Research 261, 252-271, 2015
1282015
The changing biology of reef-building
R Wood
Palaios, 517-529, 1995
1251995
Low-oxygen waters limited habitable space for early animals
R Tostevin, RA Wood, GA Shields, SW Poulton, R Guilbaud, F Bowyer, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 12818, 2016
1152016
Oxygenation of the Mesoproterozoic ocean and the evolution of complex eukaryotes
K Zhang, X Zhu, RA Wood, Y Shi, Z Gao, SW Poulton
Nature Geoscience 11 (5), 345-350, 2018
1122018
A deep root for the Cambrian explosion: Implications of new bio-and chemostratigraphy from the Siberian Platform
M Zhu, AY Zhuravlev, RA Wood, F Zhao, SS Sukhov
Geology 45 (5), 459-462, 2017
1082017
Paleoecology of the earliest skeletal metazoan communities: implications for early biomineralization
RA Wood
Earth-Science Reviews 106 (1-2), 184-190, 2011
1062011
The ecology of Lower Cambrian buildups from Zuune Arts, Mongolia: implications for early metazoan reef evolution
R Wood, AY Zhuravlev, CT Anaaz
Sedimentology 40 (5), 829-858, 1993
1051993
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