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M. Santosh and I. D. Somerville
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2013 Special Issues
Special Issue: Lower Palaeozoic fossils, biostratigraphy and events from western Gondwana
Issue edited by Guillermo L. Albanesi and Gladys Ortega
This Special Issue on Lower Palaeozoic palaeontological and biostratigraphical themes is composed of 12 papers that represent contributions by 47 co-authors from many countries, but with the majority from Argentina. The papers are arranged in approximately chronological order.
2012 Special Issues
Upper Palaeozoic Reef Complexes and Carbonate Platforms
Issue Edited by Ian Somerville, Gregg Webb and Zhong Chen
The Indian Precambrian: correlation and connections
Issue Edited by Somnath Dasgupta and M. Santosh
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