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Karen Chin
Karen Chin
Associate Professor and Curator, University of Colorado Boulder
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A king-sized theropod coprolite
K Chin, TT Tokaryk, GM Erickson, LC Calk
Nature 393 (6686), 680-682, 1998
2251998
Dinosaurs, dung beetles, and conifers: participants in a Cretaceous food web
K Chin, BD Gill
Palaios, 280-285, 1996
2231996
The palaeobiology of vertebrate coprolites
AP Hunt, K Chin, MG Lockley
1601994
The paleobiological implications of herbivorous dinosaur coprolites from the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of Montana: why eat wood?
K Chin
Palaios 22 (5), 554-566, 2007
1432007
Remarkable preservation of undigested muscle tissue within a Late Cretaceous tyrannosaurid coprolite from Alberta, Canada
K Chin, DA Eberth, MH Schweitzer, TA Rando, WJ Sloboda, JR Horner
Palaios 18 (3), 286-294, 2003
1432003
Analyses of coprolites produced by carnivorous vertebrates
K Chin
The Paleontological Society Papers 8, 43-50, 2002
1252002
Coprolite morphotypes from the Upper Cretaceous of Sweden: novel views on an ancient ecosystem and implications for coprolite taphonomy
ME Eriksson, J Lindgren, K Chin, U Månsby
Lethaia 44 (4), 455-468, 2011
1022011
Bacterial residues in coprolite of herbivorous dinosaurs: role of bacteria in mineralization of feces
TC Hollocher, K Chin, KT Hollocher, MA Kruge
Palaios 16 (6), 547-565, 2001
772001
Life in a temperate Polar sea: a unique taphonomic window on the structure of a Late Cretaceous Arctic marine ecosystem
K Chin, J Bloch, A Sweet, J Tweet, J Eberle, S Cumbaa, J Witkowski, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1652), 2675-2685, 2008
682008
Ostracods, plant tissues, and other inclusions in coprolites from the Late Cretaceous Lameta Formation at Pisdura, India: Taphonomical and palaeoecological implications
A Khosla, K Chin, H Alimohammadin, D Dutta
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 418, 90-100, 2015
662015
Taxonomic composition, paleoecology and biostratigraphy of late Cretaceous diatoms from Devon Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic
J Witkowski, DM Harwood, K Chin
Cretaceous Research 32 (3), 277-300, 2011
602011
6. CONTINUED. TETRAPODS, TRACKWAYS AND HISTORY-PROBABLE HERBIVORE COPROLITES FROM THE UPPER JURASSIC MYGATT-MOORE QUARRY, WESTERN COLORADO
K Chin, JI Kirkland
Modern Geology 23 (1), 249-276, 1998
601998
Probable Gut Contents Within A Specimen Of Brachylophosaurus Canadensis (Dinosauria: Hadrosauridae) From the Upper Cretaceous Judith River Formation Of …
JS Tweet, K Chin, DR Braman, NL Murphy
Palaios 23 (9), 624-635, 2008
592008
Fossil wood from the middle Cretaceous Moreno Hill Formation: Unique expressions of wood mineralization and implications for the processes of wood preservation
IJ Sweeney, K Chin, JC Hower, DA Budd, DG Wolfe
International Journal of Coal Geology 79 (1-2), 1-17, 2009
482009
New interpretations of Ignotornis, the first-reported Mesozoic avian footprints: implications for the paleoecology and behavior of an enigmatic Cretaceous bird
M Lockley, K Chin, K Houck, M Matsukawa, R Kukihara
Cretaceous Research 30 (4), 1041-1061, 2009
472009
Comparative osteohistology of Hesperornis with reference to pygoscelid penguins: the effects of climate and behaviour on avian bone microstructure
LE Wilson, K Chin
Royal Society Open Science 1 (3), 140245, 2014
462014
The role of bacterially mediated precipitation in the permineralization of bone
JC Daniel, K Chin
Palaios 25 (8), 507-516, 2010
412010
Coprolites from the Pipe Creek Sinkhole (Late Neogene, Grant County, Indiana, USA)
JO Farlow, K Chin, A Argast, S Poppy
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (3), 959-969, 2010
362010
The fossil record of predation
M Kowalewski
362002
Fossil worm burrows reveal very early terrestrial animal activity and shed light on trophic resources after the end-Cretaceous mass extinction
K Chin, D Pearson, AA Ekdale
PLoS One 8 (8), e70920, 2013
352013
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