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Thematic special issues from e-journals which the Library provides offsite access to for Fellows using 'Athens' logins are listed below. Open Access special issues which require no passwords are also listed.



Gondwana researchMélanges: 100th anniversary of the inception of the term and concept

Gondwana research vol.74 Pages 1-270 (October 2019)
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The papers in this special issue present observations and interpretations of various typeset classical mélanges from around the world, their formation processes, diagnostic criteria for differentiating different types, and related terminology. The majority of the papers are based on contributions presented at a dedicated Mélange session held at the GSA Meeting in Seattle in October 2017.

Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecologyGlobal events of the Late Devonian to Early Permian. Prelude and progression of the Late Paleozoic Ice Age

Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology vol.531B (1 October 2019)
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Twelve papers on glaciation in Gondwana. Geographic areas include Africa, Brazil, China, North America and Iran. There are also papers on the North American Midcontinent Sea, the Paleo-Tethys Ocean, and biomarkers for Glossopteris.

Monograph of the Palaeontographical SocietyThe Early Jurassic Bivalvia from the Hettangian and Lower Sinemurian of south-west Britain. Part 3

Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society vol.173 no.1 Pages 113-159 (2019)
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This monograph continues the descriptions of early Jurassic bivalves from the Hettangian and Lower Sinemurian stages of south-west Britain. Nine species are assigned to the subclass Anomalodesmata, including the genera Pholadomya (Pholadomya), Homomya, Goniomya (Goniomya), Pleuromya, Platymyoidea (including P. morrisi sp. nov.), Gresslya, Pteromya and Mactromya. The genus Mactromya is reassigned from the Lucinoidea to the Edmondioidea based on hinge and musculature features.