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The Cambrian substrate revolution
DJ Bottjer, JW Hagadorn, SQ Dornbos
GSA today 10 (9), 1-7, 2000
4192000
Wrinkle structures: Microbially mediated sedimentary structures common in subtidal siliciclastic settings at the Proterozoic-Phanerozoic transition
JW Hagadorn, DJ Bottjer
Geology 25 (11), 1047-1050, 1997
3431997
Restriction of a late Neoproterozoic biotope; suspect-microbial structures and trace fossils at the Vendian-Cambrian transition
JW Hagadorn, DJ Bottjer
Palaios 14 (1), 73-85, 1999
2371999
Precambrian animal diversity: putative phosphatized embryos from the Doushantuo Formation of China
JY Chen, P Oliveri, CW Li, GQ Zhou, F Gao, JW Hagadorn, KJ Peterson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (9), 4457-4462, 2000
2192000
Cellular and subcellular structure of Neoproterozoic animal embryos
JW Hagadorn, S Xiao, PCJ Donoghue, S Bengtson, NJ Gostling, ...
Science 314 (5797), 291-294, 2006
1922006
Precambrian-Cambrian transition: Death Valley, United States
FA Corsetti, JW Hagadorn
Geology 28 (4), 299-302, 2000
1692000
A fungal analog for Newfoundland Ediacaran fossils?
KJ Peterson, B Waggoner, JW Hagadorn
Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (1), 127-136, 2003
1572003
Ediacaran fossils from the southwestern Great Basin, United States
JW Hagadorn, B Waggoner
Journal of Paleontology 74 (2), 2000
1462000
Stranded on a Late Cambrian shoreline: Medusae from central Wisconsin
JW Hagadorn, RH Dott Jr, D Damrow
Geology 30 (2), 147-150, 2002
1332002
Possible evolution of mobile animals in association with microbial mats
M Gingras, JW Hagadorn, A Seilacher, SV Lalonde, E Pecoits, D Petrash, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (6), 372-375, 2011
1222011
Early Cambrian Ediacaran-type fossils from California
JW Hagadorn, CM Fedo, BM Waggoner
Journal of Paleontology 74 (4), 2000
1202000
Earth's air pressure 2.7 billion years ago constrained to less than half of modern levels
SM Som, R Buick, JW Hagadorn, TS Blake, JM Perreault, JP Harnmeijer, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (6), 448-451, 2016
1182016
10 A grand unified theory of biomineralization
JL Kirschvink, JW Hagadorn
The Biomineralisation of Nano-and Micro-Structures, 139-150, 2000
117*2000
Sustained low marine sulfate concentrations from the Neoproterozoic to the Cambrian: Insights from carbonates of northwestern Mexico and eastern California
SJ Loyd, PJ Marenco, JW Hagadorn, TW Lyons, AJ Kaufman, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 339, 79-94, 2012
962012
Rare helical spheroidal fossils from the Doushantuo Lagerstatte: Ediacaran animal embryos come of age?
S Xiao, JW Hagadorn, C Zhou, X Yuan
Geology 35 (2), 115-118, 2007
922007
The fossil record of cnidarian medusae
GA Young, JW Hagadorn
Palaeoworld 19 (3-4), 212-221, 2010
832010
Exceptional continental record of biotic recovery after the Cretaceous–Paleogene mass extinction
TR Lyson, IM Miller, AD Bercovici, K Weissenburger, AJ Fuentes, ...
Science 366 (6468), 977-983, 2019
822019
Exceptional fossil preservation: a unique view on the evolution of marine life
DJ Bottjer, W Etter, CM Tang, JW Hagadorn
Columbia University Press, 2002
812002
The developmental cycles of early Cambrian Olivooidae fam. nov.(? Cycloneuralia) from the Yangtze Platform (China)
M Steiner, Y Qian, G Li, JW Hagadorn, M Zhu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398, 97-124, 2014
692014
Microbial influence on erosion, grain transport and bedform genesis in sandy substrates under unidirectional flow
JW Hagadorn, C Mcdowell
Sedimentology 59 (3), 795-808, 2012
692012
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