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palaeobiologyPaläobiologie (ger.)

  • The branch of science that deals with the biology of extinct and fossil plants and animals. (OED 2012)

    The term ›hemera‹ will therefore enable us to record our facts correctly; and its chief use will be in what I may call ›palæo-biology‹.

    Buckman, S.S. (1893). The bajocian of the Sherborne district: its relation to subjacent and superjacent strata. Quart. J. Geol. Soc. 49, 479-521: 482.

    Eine Verwerthbarkeit für die Paläobiologie kommt diesem Resultate kaum zu

    Kerner von Marilaun, F. (1895). Eine paläoklimatologische Studie. Sitzungsber. kaiserl. Akad. Wiss. Wien, math.-naturwiss. Cl. 104, 286-291: 290.


    Paläobiologie der Wirbeltiere.

    Abel, O. (1911). Grundzüge der Paläobiologie der Wirbeltiere; cf. id. (1916). Paläobiologie der Cephalopoden aus der Gruppe der Dibranchiaten; id. (1929). Paläobiologie und Stammesgeschichte.


    We seek in Paleobiology a broad spectrum of paleobiological thought in both paleobotany and paleozoology, including studies of invertebrates and vertebrates, from both neontologists and paleontologists. We envision that most volumes will deal with biological or paleobiological aspects of morphology, biogeochemistry (organic and inorganic), populations, faunal provinces, communities and ecosystems. Emphasis should be on biological or paleobiological processes. This includes speciation, extinction, development of individuals or of colonies, natural selection, evolution, or patterns of variation, abundance and distribution, in space and time. Historical analysis of paleobiological themes is also welcome

    Schopf, T. [1974]. [Draft report on the Format and Feasibility of a new paleontological society journal, in: Paleobiology Editorial Papers, Box 14]. In: Sepkoski, D. (2012). Re-reading the Fossil Record. The Growth of Paleobiology as an Evolutionary Discipline: 190.