Raymond Rogers
Raymond Rogers
Professor of Geology, Macalester College
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Primitive dinosaur skeleton from Argentina and the early evolution of Dinosauria
PC Sereno, CA Forster, RR Rogers, AM Monetta
Nature 361 (6407), 64-66, 1993
2671993
The Ischigualasto tetrapod assemblage (Late Triassic, Argentina) and 40Ar/39Ar dating of dinosaur origins
RR Rogers, CC Swisher, PC Sereno, AM Monetta, CA Forster, ...
Science 260 (5109), 794-797, 1993
2371993
Taphonomy of three dinosaur bone beds in the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of northwestern Montana: evidence for drought-related mortality
RR Rogers
Palaios, 394-413, 1990
1681990
Paleoenvironment and taphonomy of the Chaņares Formation tetrapod assemblage (Middle Triassic), northwestern Argentina: spectacular preservation in volcanogenic concretions
RR Rogers, AB Arcucci, F Abdala, PC Sereno, CA Forster, CL May
Palaios 16 (5), 461-481, 2001
1282001
The Late Cretaceous vertebrate fauna of Madagascar: implications for Gondwanan paleobiogeography
DW Krause, RR Rogers, CA Forster, JH Hartman, GA Buckley, ...
GSA Today 9 (8), 1-7, 1999
1241999
40Ar/39Ar age and correlation of the nonmarine Two Medicine Formation (Upper Cretaceous), northwestern Montana, USA
RR Rogers, CC Swisher III, JR Horner
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 30 (5), 1066-1075, 1993
1231993
LATE CRETACEOUS TERRESTRIAL VERTEBRATES FROM MADAGASCAR: IMPLICATIONS FOR LATIN AMERICAN BIOGEOGRAPHY1
DW Krause, PM O'Connor, KC Rogers, SD Sampson, GA Buckley, ...
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93 (2), 178-208, 2006
1182006
Stratigraphic analysis of Upper Cretaceous rocks in the Mahajanga Basin, northwestern Madagascar: implications for ancient and modern faunas
RR Rogers, JH Hartman, DW Krause
The Journal of Geology 108 (3), 275-301, 2000
1092000
Continental insect borings in dinosaur bone: examples from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar and Utah
EM Roberts, RR Rogers, BZ Foreman
Journal of Paleontology 81 (1), 201-208, 2007
1062007
Bonebeds: genesis, analysis, and paleobiological significance
RR Rogers, DA Eberth, AR Fiorillo
University of Chicago Press, 2010
932010
A conceptual framework for the genesis and analysis of vertebrate skeletal concentrations
RR Rogers, SM Kidwell
Bonebeds: Genesis, analysis, and paleobiological significance, 1-63, 2007
912007
Multiple taxon–multiple locality approach to providing oxygen isotope evidence for warm-blooded theropod dinosaurs
HC Fricke, RR Rogers
Geology 28 (9), 799-802, 2000
902000
Cannibalism in the Madagascan dinosaur Majungatholus atopus
RR Rogers, DW Krause, KC Rogers
Nature 422 (6931), 515-518, 2003
852003
Sequence analysis of the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine and Judith River formations, Montana; nonmarine response to the Claggett and Bearpaw marine cycles
RR Rogers
Journal of Sedimentary Research 68 (4), 615-631, 1998
851998
Associations of vertebrate skeletal concentrations and discontinuity surfaces in terrestrial and shallow marine records: a test in the Cretaceous of Montana
RR Rogers, SM Kidwell
The Journal of Geology 108 (2), 131-154, 2000
822000
Visualizing fossilization using laser ablation–inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry maps of trace elements in Late Cretaceous bones
AE Koenig, RR Rogers, CN Trueman
Geology 37 (6), 511-514, 2009
792009
A practical approach to the study of bonebeds
DA Eberth, RR Rogers, AR Fiorillo
Bonebeds: genesis, analysis, and paleobiological significance, 265-331, 2007
772007
Fine-grained debris flows and extraordinary vertebrate burials in the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar
RR Rogers
Geology 33 (4), 297-300, 2005
732005
First cranial remains of a gondwanatherian mammal reveal remarkable mosaicism
DW Krause, S Hoffmann, JR Wible, EC Kirk, JA Schultz, ...
Nature 515 (7528), 512-517, 2014
672014
Are the most durable shelly taxa also the most common in the marine fossil record?
AK Behrensmeyer, FT Fürsich, RA Gastaldo, SM Kidwell, MA Kosnik, ...
Paleobiology 31 (4), 607-623, 2005
672005
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