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Ordovician integrative stratigraphy and timescale of China
Y Zhang, R Zhan, Y Zhen, Z Wang, W Yuan, X Fang, X Ma, J Zhang
Science China Earth Sciences 62, 61-88, 2019
1052019
Timing and patterns of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event and Late Ordovician mass extinction: Perspectives from South China
Y Deng, J Fan, S Zhang, X Fang, Z Chen, Y Shi, H Wang, X Wang, J Yang, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 220, 103743, 2021
652021
Flourishing sponge-based ecosystems after the end-Ordovician mass extinction
JP Botting, LA Muir, Y Zhang, X Ma, J Ma, L Wang, J Zhang, Y Song, ...
Current Biology 27 (4), 556-562, 2017
582017
Ordovician and Silurian stratigraphy and palaeontology of Yunnan, Southwest China
Z Yuandong, W Yi, Z Renbin, F Junxuan, Z Zhiqiang, F Xiang
Science Press, 2014
472014
Carbon isotope records of the Middle–Upper Ordovician transition in Yichang area, South China
X Ma, ZH Wang, YD Zhang, YY Song, X Fang
Palaeoworld 24 (1-2), 136-148, 2015
312015
Dynamic variation of Middle to Late Ordovician cephalopod provincialism in the northeastern peri-Gondwana region and its implications
X Fang, C Burrett, W Li, Y Zhang, Y Zhang, T Chen, X Wu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 521, 127-137, 2019
172019
First documentation of Middle Ordovician warm-water carbonates in the Mount Jolmo Lungma (Mount Everest) area, southern Xizang (Tibet), China, and its paleogeographic implications
S Yu, X Fang, A Munnecke, W Li, Y Zhen, Y Li, Z Wang, Y Zhang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 530, 136-151, 2019
162019
Early cephalopod evolution clarified through Bayesian phylogenetic inference
A Pohle, B Kröger, RCM Warnock, AH King, DH Evans, M Aubrechtová, ...
BMC biology 20 (1), 88, 2022
142022
Palaeogeographic distribution and diversity of cephalopods during the Cambrian–Ordovician transition
X Fang, B Kröger, YD Zhang, YB Zhang, TE Chen
Palaeoworld 28 (1-2), 51-57, 2019
142019
Biostratigraphical constraints on the disconformity within the Upper Ordovician in the Baoshan and Mangshi regions, western Yunnan Province, China
X Fang, X Ma, W Li, Y Zhang, Z Zhou, T Chen, Y Lü, S Yu, J Fan
Lethaia 51 (2), 312-323, 2018
142018
A quantitative study of the Ordovician cephalopod species Sinoceras chinense (Foord) and its palaeobiogeographic implications
X Fang, Y Zhang, T Chen, Y Zhang
Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology 41 (3), 321-334, 2017
142017
Middle Ordovician actinocerid nautiloids (Cephalopoda) from Xainza County, Tibet, western China, and their paleogeographic implications
X Fang, T Chen, C Burrett, Y Wang, Y Qu, C Zheng, Y Zhang, Y Zhang, ...
Journal of Paleontology 92 (3), 398-411, 2018
132018
Paleo-environmental changes during the Middle–Late Ordovician transition on the Yangtze Platform, South China and their ecological implications
X Fang, W Li, J Zhang, Y Song, Y Zhang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 109991, 2020
122020
Slump sheets as a record of regional tectonics and paleogeographic changes in South China
W Li, J Chen, L Wang, X Fang, Y Zhang
Sedimentary Geology, 105525, 2019
122019
Ordovician successions in southern-central Xizang (Tibet), China—Refining the stratigraphy of the Himalayan and Lhasa terranes
YY Zhen, Y Zhang, DAT Harper, R Zhan, X Fang, Z Wang, S Yu, W Li
Gondwana Research 83, 372-389, 2020
112020
Progressive expansion of seafloor anoxia in the Middle to Late Ordovician Yangtze Sea: Implications for concurrent decline of invertebrate diversity
J Zhang, C Li, X Fang, W Li, Y Deng, C Tu, TJ Algeo, TW Lyons, Y Zhang
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 598, 117858, 2022
92022
The Liexi fauna: a new Lagerstätte from the lower Ordovician of South China
X Fang, Y Mao, Q Liu, W Yuan, Z Chen, R Wu, L Li, Y Zhang, J Ma, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1978), 20221027, 2022
92022
中国奥陶纪岩石地层划分和对比
张元动, 詹仁斌, 袁文伟, 唐鹏, 李越, 王志浩, 周志毅, 方翔, 李文杰, ...
92021
Sinoceras chinense (Foord, 1888) in western Thailand: first identification outside China
X Fang, C Li, WJ Li, C Burrett, M Udchachon, YD Zhang
Palaeoworld 30 (2), 278-285, 2021
82021
What triggered the Late Ordovician mass extinction (LOME)? Perspectives from geobiology and biogeochemical modeling
J Zhang, TW Lyons, C Li, X Fang, Q Chen, J Botting, Y Zhang
Global and Planetary Change 216, 103917, 2022
72022
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