Ben Yang
Ben Yang
Associate Professor of Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
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Transitional Ediacaran–Cambrian small skeletal fossil assemblages from South China and Kazakhstan: implications for chronostratigraphy and metazoan evolution
B Yang, M Steiner, M Zhu, G Li, J Liu, P Liu
Precambrian Research 285, 202-215, 2016
Coupling of ocean redox and animal evolution during the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition
D Wang, HF Ling, U Struck, XK Zhu, M Zhu, T He, B Yang, A Gamper, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 2575, 2018
Terreneuvian small shelly faunas of East Yunnan (South China) and their biostratigraphic implications
B Yang, M Steiner, G Li, H Keupp
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398, 28-58, 2014
Early Cambrian palaeobiogeography of the Zhenba–Fangxian Block (South China): independent terrane or part of the Yangtze Platform?
B Yang, M Steiner, H Keupp
Gondwana Research 28 (4), 1543-1565, 2015
New SIMS U–Pb zircon age and its constraint on the beginning of the Nantuo glaciation
P Liu, X Li, S Chen, Z Lan, B Yang, X Shang, C Yin
Science Bulletin 60, 958-963, 2015
A new cloudinid fossil assemblage from the terminal Ediacaran of Nevada, USA
T Selly, JD Schiffbauer, SM Jacquet, EF Smith, LL Nelson, BD Andreasen, ...
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 18 (4), 357-379, 2020
Ultrastructure of Ediacaran cloudinids suggests diverse taphonomic histories and affinities with non-biomineralized annelids
B Yang, M Steiner, JD Schiffbauer, T Selly, X Wu, C Zhang, P Liu
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 535, 2020
Cambrian small skeletal fossil and carbon isotope records of the southern Huangling Anticline, Hubei (China) and implications for chemostratigraphy of the Yangtze Platform
M Steiner, B Yang, S Hohl, L Zhang, S Chang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 554, 109817, 2020
Ecology and phylogenetic affinity of the early Cambrian tubular microfossil Megathrix longus
X Shang, P Liu, B Yang, S Chen, C Wang
Palaeontology 59 (1), 13-28, 2016
Chert-hosted small shelly fossils: expanded tool of biostratigraphy in the Early Cambrian
B Yang, L Zhang, T Danelian, Q Feng, M Steiner
Gff 136 (1), 303-308, 2014
Taxonomic revision of Ediacaran tubular fossils: Cloudina, Sinotubulites and Conotubus
B Yang, LV Warren, M Steiner, EF Smith, P Liu
Journal of Paleontology 96 (2), 256-273, 2022
Exceptionally preserved early Cambrian bilaterian developmental stages from Mongolia
M Steiner, B Yang, S Hohl, D Li, P Donoghue
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1037, 2021
Algal affinity and possible life cycle of the early Cambrian acritarch Yurtusia uniformis from South China
X Shang, P Liu, M Moczydłowska, B Yang
Palaeontology 63 (6), 903-917, 2020
Environmental setting of the Cambrian Terreneuvian rocks from the southwestern Yangtze Platform, South China
X Sun, C Heubeck, M Steiner, B Yang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 538, 109424, 2020
Cloudina aggregates from the uppermost Dengying Formation, Three Gorges area, South China, and stratigraphical implications
L Zhang, S Chang, C Chen, X Wang, Q Feng, M Steiner, B Yang, ...
Precambrian Research 370, 106552, 2022
Terreneuvian bio-and chemostratigraphy of the South Sichuan Region (South China)
B Yang, M Steiner
Journal of the Geological Society 178 (5), 2021
Ediacaran tubular fossils from the Shennongjia area, Hubei Province and their stratigraphic significance
B Yang, X Shang, M Steiner, P Liu
Journal of Stratigraphy 44, 448-454, 2020
Enrolment and trunk segmentation of a Cambrian eodiscoid trilobite
T Dai, XL Zhang, SC Peng, B Yang
Lethaia 52 (4), 502-512, 2019
Rewriting the Cambrian biogeography of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt using combined faunal cluster, zircon age and C isotope analysis
M Steiner, SV Hohl, B Yang, X Huang, D Li
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (19), e2021GL093133, 2021
Saccorhytus is an early ecdysozoan and not the earliest deuterostome
Y Liu, E Carlisle, H Zhang, B Yang, M Steiner, T Shao, B Duan, F Marone, ...
Nature 609 (7927), 541-546, 2022
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