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Dr Amelia Penny:
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Dr Amelia Penny

Dr Amelia Penny
Dyers Brae
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9TH
Fife
UK

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Recent Publications:

5 (of 8 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for amp29 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Algae, calcitarchs and the Late Ordovician Baltic limestone facies of the Baltic Basin Björn Kröger, Amelia Penny, Yuefeng Shen, Axel Munnecke
Facies 2020 vol. 66
Metazoan reef construction in a Middle Ordovician seascape Amelia Penny, André Desrochers, Björn Kröger
Palaios 2020 vol. 35 pp. 327-341
Regional nutrient decrease drove redox stabilisation and metazoan diversification in the late Ediacaran Nama Group, Namibia F.T. Bowyer, A.J. Shore, R.A. Wood, L.J. Alcott, A.L. Thomas, I.B. Butler, A. Curtis, S. Hainanan, S. Curtis-Walcott, Amelia Penny, S.W. Poulton
Scientific Reports 2020 vol. 10 pp. 1-11
Skeletal marine animal biodiversity is built by families with long macroevolutionary lag times Björn Kröger, Amelia Penny
Nature Ecology and Evolution 2020 vol. 4 pp. 1410-1415
Calcium isotopes as a record of the marine calcium cycle versus carbonate diagenesis during the late Ediacaran Rosalie Tostevin, Harold J. Bradbury, Graham A. Shields, Rachel A. Wood, Fred Bowyer, Amelia Penny, Alexandra V. Turchyn
Chemical Geology 2019 vol. 529