infaunal epiphany

benthic (paleo)ecology, ichnology, paleobiology

Tag Archives: Ediacarian

‘Captain Picard, our sensors are reading strange life forms on the surface of Terranova’

I recently came back from the Third International Ichnological Congress, ICHNIA 2012, in Newfoundland (=Terranova). The conference was an excellent opportunity to meet old friends, make new ones, learn about … Continue reading

September 1, 2012 · 2 Comments

Burrowing pioneers: earliest evidence of true infaunality in Precambrian benthic systems

One of the major revolutions in the history of life on Earth took place some time around 540 million years ago and affected benthic ecosystems. This date marks the beginning … Continue reading

May 1, 2012 · 3 Comments