Posts Tagged ‘Russel T Sajeev’

WFS News: Forensic scanning technology reveals Dodo’s violent death

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=10&v=hhpM5KZSNBg The famous Oxford Dodo died after being shot in the back of the head, according to breakthrough research by Oxford University Museum of Natural History and WMG at the University of Warwick. Using revolutionary forensic scanning technology and world-class expertise, researchers have discovered surprising evidence that […]

WFS News: Resolving the identity of Platylithophycus, an enigmatic fossil

@WFS,world Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Resolving the identity of Platylithophycus, an enigmatic fossil from the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous, Coniacian–Campanian) Citation:Allison W. Bronson, John G. Maisey. Resolving the identity of Platylithophycus, an enigmatic fossil from the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous, Coniacian–Campanian). Journal of Paleontology, 2018; 1 DOI: 10.1017/jpa.2018.14 Misidentified fossils are common in paleontology, but Platylithophycus has undergone a […]

WFS News: Global Diversity and Phylogeny of the Asteroidea (Echinodermata)

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Global Diversity and Phylogeny of the Asteroidea (Echinodermata) Citation: Mah CL, Blake DB (2012) Global Diversity and Phylogeny of the Asteroidea (Echinodermata). PLoS ONE 7(4): e35644. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0035644 Editor: Jonathan H. Badger, J. Craig Venter Institute, United States of America Members of the Asteroidea (phylum Echinodermata), popularly known as starfish or […]

WFS News: Putnisite: A new Mineral

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev A University of Adelaide mineralogy researcher has discovered a new mineral that is unique in structure and composition among the world’s 4,000 known mineral species. Published in Mineralogical Magazine, Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Dr Peter Elliott has described ‘putnisite’, found in a surface outcrop […]

WFS News: Collagen Fingerprinting: A New Screening Technique for Radiocarbon Dating Ancient Bone

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Collagen Fingerprinting: A New Screening Technique for Radiocarbon Dating Ancient Bone Citation: Harvey VL, Egerton VM, Chamberlain AT, Manning PL, Buckley M (2016) Collagen Fingerprinting: A New Screening Technique for Radiocarbon Dating Ancient Bone. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0150650. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150650 Editor: Siân E. Halcrow, University of Otago, NEW ZEALAND Collagen is […]

WFS News: 50 Rare Dinosaur Footprints Found on Scottish Island

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev n 2015, palaeontologists found hundreds of sauropod tracks on the Isle of Skye, making the rocky island Scotland’s most significant dinosaur site. Now, as Nicola Davis reports for the Guardian, researchers have unearthed around 50 more footprints at a nearby site, which, unlike the previous location, includes the tracks of carnivorous […]

WFS News: Fossil scales illuminate the early evolution of lepidopterans and structural colors

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Lepidopteran scales exhibit remarkably complex ultrastructures, many of which produce structural colors that are the basis for diverse communication strategies. Little is known, however, about the early evolution of lepidopteran scales and their photonic structures. We report scale architectures from Jurassic Lepidoptera from the United Kingdom, Germany, Kazakhstan, […]

WFS News: An Extraordinary Gobioid Fish Fossil from Southern France

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev An Extraordinary Gobioid Fish Fossil from Southern France Abstract Background The classification of gobioid fishes is still under discussion. Several lineages, including the Eleotridae and Butidae, remain difficult to characterize because synapomorphies are rare (Eleotridae) or have not yet been determined (Butidae). Moreover, the fossil record of these […]

WFS News: A Time-Lapse Bathymetry Study of the Kick-‘em-Jenny Volcano

@WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T Sajeev Researchers got a rare opportunity to study an underwater volcano in the Caribbean when it erupted while they were surveying the area. The research, published today in the journal Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, provides new insight into the little-studied world of underwater volcanoes. It investigated a volcano named Kick-’em-Jenny (KeJ), […]

WFS News: Correlative microscopy of the constituents of a dinosaur rib fossil and hosting mudstone: Implications on diagenesis and fossil preservation

 @WFS,World Fossil Society,Riffin T Sajeev,Russel T sajeev Citation: Kim J-K, Kwon Y-E, Lee S-G, Kim C-Y, Kim J-G, Huh M, et al. (2017) Correlative microscopy of the constituents of a dinosaur rib fossil and hosting mudstone: Implications on diagenesis and fossil preservation. PLoS ONE 12(10): e0186600. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0186600 Editor: Dong Hoon Shin, Seoul National University College of Medicine, […]