Charlie J Underwood
Charlie J Underwood
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Birkbeck College
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High-resolution carbon isotope stratigraphy of the basal Silurian Stratotype (Dob's Linn, Scotland) and its global correlation
CJ Underwood, SF Crowley, JD Marshall, PJ Brenchley
Journal of the Geological Society 154 (4), 709-718, 1997
Diversification of the Neoselachii (Chondrichthyes) during the Jurassic and Cretaceous
CJ Underwood
Paleobiology 32 (2), 215-235, 2006
Do all mass extinctions represent an ecological crisis? Evidence from the Late Ordovician
PJ Brenchley, JD Marshall, CJ Underwood
Geological Journal 36 (3‐4), 329-340, 2001
The status of the shark genus Lissodus Brough, 1935, and the position of nominal Lissodus species within the Hybodontoidea (Selachii)
J Rees, CJ Underwood
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22 (3), 471-479, 2002
Chondrichthyans from a Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) bonebed, Saskatchewan, Canada
CJ Underwood, SL Cumbaa
Palaeontology 53 (4), 903-944, 2010
Shark and ray faunas in the Middle and Late Eocene of the Fayum Area, Egypt
CJ Underwood, DJ Ward, C King, SM Antar, IS Zalmout, PD Gingerich
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 122 (1), 47-66, 2011
Hybodont sharks of the English Bathonian and Callovian (middle Jurassic)
J Rees, CJ Underwood
Palaeontology 51 (1), 117-147, 2008
Neoselachian sharks and rays from the British Bathonian (Middle Jurassic)
CJ Underwood, DJ Ward
Palaeontology 47 (3), 447-501, 2004
High palaeolatitude (Hodh, Mauritania) recovery of graptolite faunas after the Hirnantian (end Ordovician) extinction event
CJ Underwood, M Deynoux, JF Ghienne
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 142 (3-4), 91-105, 1998
Shark and ray teeth from the Hauterivian (Lower Cretaceous) of north‐east England
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell, KJ Veltcamp
Palaeontology 42 (2), 287-302, 1999
Sharks, rays and a chimaeroid from the Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) of Ringstead, southern England
CJ Underwood
Palaeontology 45 (2), 297-325, 2002
Albian and Cenomanian selachian assemblages from north east England.
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell
Special Papers in Palaeontology 60, 9-59, 1999
An ancient dental gene set governs development and continuous regeneration of teeth in sharks
LJ Rasch, KJ Martin, RL Cooper, BD Metscher, CJ Underwood, GJ Fraser
Developmental Biology 415 (2), 347-370, 2016
A late Ordovician (Hirnantian) karstic surface in a submarine channel, recording glacio‐eustatic sea‐level changes: Meifod, central Wales
PJ Brenchley, JD Marshall, DAT Harper, CJ Buttler, CJ Underwood
Geological Journal 41 (1), 1-22, 2006
Localization of Quaternary slip rates in an active rift in 105 years: An example from central Greece constrained by 234U‐230Th coral dates from uplifted …
GP Roberts, SL Houghton, C Underwood, I Papanikolaou, PA Cowie, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B10), 2009
Marine vertebrates from the ‘middle’Cretaceous (early Cenomanian) of South India
CJ Underwood, A Goswami, GVR Prasad, O Verma, JJ Flynn
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (3), 539-552, 2011
Microborings in mid-Cretaceous fish teeth
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell, CJ Veltkamp
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 52 (3), 269-274, 1999
Selachian faunas from the lowermost Cretaceous Purbeck Group of Dorset, southern England
CJ Underwood, J Rees
Paleontological Association, 2002
Development and evolution of dentition pattern and tooth order in the skates and rays (Batoidea; Chondrichthyes)
CJ Underwood, Z Johanson, M Welten, B Metscher, LJ Rasch, GJ Fraser, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0122553, 2015
The position of graptolites within Lower Palaeozoic planktic ecosystems
CJ Underwood
Lethaia 26 (3), 189-202, 1993
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