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Dr Peter Skelton

Dr Peter Skelton

Dr Peter Skelton's research

Peter W. Skelton, José Manuel Castro and Pedro Alejandro Ruiz-Ortiz (2019) Aptian carbonate platform development in the Southern Iberian Palaeomargin (Prebetic of Alicante, SE Spain), In BSGF - Earth Sciences Bulletin 3(190)

Xin Rao et al. (2019) Shajia, a new genus of polyconitid rudist from the Langshan Formation of the Lhasa Block, Tibet, and its palaeogeographical implications, In Cretaceous Research

Andy S. Gale and Peter W. Skelton (2018-11) The Cretaceous acorn barnacle Archaeochionelasmus nekvasilovae Kočí, Newman and Buckeridge, 2017 (Cirripedia, Neobalanomorpha) is a fragmentary rudist (Bivalvia, Mollusca), In Cretaceous Research(91)

Xin Rao et al. (2017-05) Evolution and palaeogeographical dispersion of the radiolitid rudist genus Auroradiolites (Bivalvia, Hippuritida) with descriptions of new material from Tibet and archived specimens from Afghanistan, In Papers in Palaeontology 2(3), Wiley

M. Hédi Negra et al. (2016-11) Recognition of massive Upper Cretaceous carbonate bodies as olistoliths using rudist bivalves as internal bedding indicators (Campanian Merfeg Formation, Central Tunisia), In Cretaceous Research(66)

Jennifer Worthington et al. (2012-04) Evolution MegaLab: a case study in citizen science methods, In Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2(3)

Jonathan Silvertown et al. (2011-04-27) Citizen science reveals unexpected continental-scale evolutionary change in a model organism, In PloS one 4(6)

Peter W. Skelton (2004) Oedomyophorus shaybahensis, a new genus and species of ?caprinid rudist from the Lower Aptian Shu'aiba of eastern Saudi Arabia, In 5th International Congress on Rudists(247), Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg Frankfurt am Main

J. Pantoja-Alor, Peter W. Skelton and J.-P. Masse (2004) Barremian rudists of the San Lucas Formation around San Lucas, Michoacan, SW Mexico, In 5th International Congress on Rudists(247), Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg Frankfurt am Main

C. Gourrat, J.-P. Masse and Peter W. Skelton (2003-12) Hypelasma salevensis (FAVRE, 1913) from the Upper Kimmeridgian of the French Jura, and the origin of the rudist family Requieniidae, In Geologia Croatica 2(56)

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