Paleonet: GSA session "The Arthropoda: Paleoecology, Diversity, Taphonomy, and Phylogeny"
adielklompmaker at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 15:24:25 GMT 2013
We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to our session at the
Annual Geological Society of America meeting during the 125th birthday of
the society to be held in Denver (27-30 October 2013). Our T245 session is
titled: “*The Arthropoda: Paleoecology, Diversity, Taphonomy, and Phylogeny*
Today, arthropods are the most diverse animal phylum. From the fossil
record on the order of tens of thousands of species are known. This session
presents research on broad, cutting-edge topics dealing with (fossil)
arthropods. Abstract submissions on any aspect of arthropods are welcome.
Three invited speakers have agreed to contribute to our session (listed in
alphabetical order): *Loren Babcock* (*Ohio State University & Lund
University*, Sweden), *Steve Donovan* (*Naturalis Biodiversity Center*, The
Netherlands), and *Conrad Labandeira* (*National Museum of Natural History
- Smithsonian Institution*). Our session is sponsored by the
Paleontological Society and the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM).**
For those interested, here is direct link for submission to our session:
You can submit an abstract through August 6th.
We hope to see you there.
Adiël Klompmaker (*Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida*),
Rodney Feldmann (*Kent State University*), and Carrie Schweitzer (*Kent
*Dr. Adiël A. Klompmaker***
*Jon L. and Beverly A. Thompson Post-Doctoral Fellow*
*Florida Museum of Natural History***
*University of Florida*
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