We are thrilled to present this special issue of PALAIOS that highlights projects of students who attended a field course offered in the summer of 2010 at the Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. The course, supported by a generous grant from the Paleontological Society, was devoted to taphonomic and ecological processes in tropical environments. The attendees were an international group of students (see group photo) with diverse backgrounds and disparate scholarly interests. The success of this course, as demonstrated by the research papers assembled in this volume and numerous student presentations at annual meetings of the...
Research Article| March 01, 2012
DEATH AND DISINTEGRATION IN BAHAMAS: TAPHONOMIC PATTERNS AND PROCESSES IN TROPICAL ISLAND SETTINGS
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MICHAŁ KOWALEWSKI, THOMAS A. ROTHFUS; DEATH AND DISINTEGRATION IN BAHAMAS: TAPHONOMIC PATTERNS AND PROCESSES IN TROPICAL ISLAND SETTINGS. PALAIOS ; 27 (3): 123–126. doi: https://doi.org/10.2110/palo.2012.SO2
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