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  • Fossils Galore!

    The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
    The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
    Stephen J. Godfrey (Volume editor)

    It’s been over 100 years since the last comprehensive review of vertebrate fossils from the Miocene of Calvert Cliffs, and SISP is proud to finally publish a new account. The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Calvert Cliffs, Maryland spans five taxonomic groups, including pinnipeds (seals) and crocodilians (crocodiles); includes over 60 body restoration drawings; and offers countless high-resolution photographs of ancient shark teeth, fossilized shells, cliff erosion—and even Smithsonian staff, collecting fossils circa 1905.

  • Latest on Grasses

    Grasses of Mali
    Grasses of Mali
    Kamal M. Ibrahim, Shruti Dube, Paul M. Peterson, Hasnaa A. Hosni (Author)

    In Grasses of Mali, we bring you the latest treatment on biogeographical patterns in the grasses by research botanist and curator Paul Peterson and research assistant Kamal Ibrahim. This work includes keys, descriptions, illustrations, modern classification, glossary, and indexes to the scientific and common names.

  • Cryptic Marine Worms Revealed

    Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Biology of the Sipuncula
    Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Biology of the Sipuncula
    Michael J. Boyle, Gisele Y. Kawauchi (Volume editor); Mary E. Rice, Michael J Boyle, Alen Kristof, Anastassya S. Maiorova, Katrine Worsaae, Andreas Wanninger, Julianne Piraino, Hugh E. Reichardt, Anja Schulze, Jacquelin Hipes, Elizabeth Borda, John F. Pilger, Sermin Açik, Jose I. Saiz Salinas, Jan Sørensen, G.- Vantsetti Murina, Monika Kędra, Jacqueline M. Grebmeier, Sarita Claudia Frontana-Uribe, Margarita Hermoso-Salaza, Vivianne Solís-Weiss, Eduardo Tarifeño-Silva, Carsten H. G. Müller, Matthes Kenning, Jørgen Hylleberg, Peter Michalik (Chapter/Paper Author)

    This unique collection of papers updates decades of research about sipunculans, an intriguing yet notably understudied clade of marine worms. This publication is the outcome of a monumental meeting held in 2012, 42 years after the only other international symposium on Sipuncula ever to take place. 

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