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Chronology of early Cambrian biomineralization
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, B Runnegar, C Skovsted, M Steiner, ...
Geological Magazine 149 (2), 221-251, 2012
2362012
The SPICE carbon isotope excursion in Siberia: a combined study of the upper Middle Cambrian–lowermost Ordovician Kulyumbe River section, northwestern Siberian Platform
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, Y Gallet, I Korovnikov, V Pavlov, B Runnegar, ...
Geological Magazine 145 (5), 609-622, 2008
1392008
Shell microstructures in Early Cambrian molluscs
A Kouchinsky
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 45 (2), 2000
1322000
Carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Precambrian–Cambrian Sukharikha River section, northwestern Siberian platform
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, V Pavlov, B Runnegar, P Torssander, ...
Geological Magazine 144 (4), 609-618, 2007
1182007
Chapter 13 Cambrian echinoderm diversity and palaeobiogeography
S Zamora, B Lefebvre, J Javier Alvaro, S Clausen, O Elicki, O Fatka, P Jell, ...
Geological Society, London, Memoirs 38 (1), 157-171, 2013
1072013
Fossilized embryos are widespread but the record is temporally and taxonomically biased
PCJ Donoghue, A Kouchinsky, D Waloszek, S Bengtson, X Dong, ...
Evolution & Development 8 (2), 232-238, 2006
1012006
An early Cambrian fauna of skeletal fossils from the Emyaksin Formation, northern Siberia
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, S Clausen, MJ Vendrasco
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 60 (2), 421-512, 2013
1002013
Terreneuvian stratigraphy and faunas from the Anabar Uplift, Siberia
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, E Landing, M Steiner, M Vendrasco, K Ziegler
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 62 (2), 311-440, 2017
912017
Shell microstructure of the early bivalve Pojetaia and the independent origin of nacre within the mollusca
MJ Vendrasco, AG Checa, AV Kouchinsky
Palaeontology 54 (4), 825-850, 2011
892011
Atmosphere–ocean oxygen and productivity dynamics during early animal radiations
TW Dahl, JN Connelly, D Li, A Kouchinsky, BC Gill, S Porter, AC Maloof, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (39), 19352-19361, 2019
842019
New data on molluscs and their shell microstructures from the Middle Cambrian Gowers Formation, Australia
MJ Vendrasco, SM Porter, A Kouchinsky, G Li, CZ Fernandez
Palaeontology 53 (1), 97-135, 2010
812010
Skeletal microstructures of hyoliths from the Early Cambrian of Siberia
AV Kouchinsky
Alcheringa 24 (2), 65-81, 2000
762000
The anatomy, taphonomy, taxonomy and systematic affinity of Markuelia: Early Cambrian to Early Ordovician scalidophorans
XIP DONG, S Bengtson, NJ Gostling, JA Cunningham, THP Harvey, ...
Palaeontology 53 (6), 1291-1314, 2010
732010
Shell microstructures of the Early Cambrian Anabarella and Watsonella as new evidence on the origin of the Rostroconchia
AV Kouchinsky
Lethaia 32 (2), 173-180, 1999
651999
Reorganisation of Earth’s biogeochemical cycles briefly oxygenated the oceans 520 Myr ago
TW Dahl, JN Connelly, A Kouchinsky, BC Gill, SF Månsson, M Bizzarro
632017
A Middle Cambrian fauna of skeletal fossils from the Kuonamka Formation, northern Siberia
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, S Clausen, A Gubanov, JM Malinky, JS Peel
Alcheringa 35 (1), 123-189, 2011
592011
Carbon isotope stratigraphy and the problem of a pre-Tommotian Stage in Siberia
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, VV Missarzhevsky, S Pelechaty, P Torssander, ...
Geological Magazine 138 (4), 387-396, 2001
572001
Cnidarian-like embryos associated with the first shelly fossils in Siberia
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, L Gershwin
Geology 27 (7), 609-612, 1999
561999
Phylogeny and escalation in Mellopegma and other Cambrian molluscs
MJ Vendrasco, AV Kouchinsky, SM Porter, CZ Fernandez
Palaeontologia Electronica 14 (2), 1-44, 2011
552011
Pre-Tommotian age of the lower Pestrotsvet Formation in the Selinde section on the Siberian platform: carbon isotopic evidence
A Kouchinsky, S Bengtson, V Pavlov, B Runnegar, A Val'Kov, E Young
Geological Magazine 142 (4), 319-325, 2005
542005
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