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Session Detail for Session #10; Location: MCC, 202B

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OrderDate/TimeTitleSectionTypeAuthorsKeywords
1July 28th
1:00 pm
The Early Silurian Massanutten Sandstone of Virginia: an updated perspective on early terrestrial biotasPaleobotanical SectionPaperTomescu, Alexandru Mihail Florian, Rothwell, Gar W..
2July 28th
1:15 pm
Late Early Carboniferous lycopsids of a warm temperate climate in Gondwana (Peru)Paleobotanical SectionPaperStevanovic-Walls, Ivana M., Pfefferkorn, Hermann W., Alleman, Vera.
3July 28th
1:30 pm
Vegetational Heterogeneity in the Blue Creek mire of Early Pennsylvanian (Langsettian) age, NW Alabama Paleobotanical SectionPaperStevanovic-Walls, Ivana M., Gastaldo, Robert A., Ware, William N..
4July 28th
1:45 pm
Architecture , stature, and life cycle of primitive conifers from EuramericaPaleobotanical SectionPaperHernandez-Castillo, G. R., Stockey, R. A., Rothwell, G. W..
5July 28th
2:15 pm
Paleocene fruits with affinities to Actinidiaceae from the Almont and Beicegel Creek floras of North DakotaPaleobotanical SectionPaperPigg, Kathleen B., DeVore, Melanie L., DeVore, Melanie L..
6July 28th
2:30 pm
Contemplating PlatanaceaePaleobotanical SectionPaperManchester, Steven R..
7July 28th
2:45 pm
Phytogeographic implications of the fossil flora of the Green River FormationPaleobotanical SectionPaperManchester, Steven R..
8July 28th
3:00 pm
Late Cretaceous Fossil Forests From South-Central New MexicoPaleobotanical SectionPaperUpchurch, G.R., Mack, G.H., Wheeler, E.A..

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