Data from: Greenhouse biogeography: the relationship of geographic range to invasion and extinction in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway

 

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Title Myers_etal_SuppFig1
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Description Supplementary Figure 1. Histogram of log(geographic range) for all reconstructed ranges of molluskan taxa during the Late Cretaceous.
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Title Myers_etal_SuppTable1
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Description Supplementary Table 1. Species range size (reconstructed area and latitudinal extent) and outcrop area during each geologic stage. Coding for survivors and invaders: 1 = survived or invaded in the subsequent stage, 0 = did not survive or invade in the subsequent stage. Abbreviations of geologic stages: CEN = Cenomanian, TUR = Turonian, CON = Coniacian, SAN = Santonian, CAM = Campanian, MAA = Maastrichtian.
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Title Myers_etal_SuppTable2
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Description Supplementary Table 2. Contingency table analysis comparing biotic sub-provinces to survivorship and invasion potential. Endemic species are those that occur in only a single BSP. BSP = biotic sub-province and EC = endemic center of Kauffman 1984.
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Description Supplementary Table 3. Contingency table analysis comparing survivorship and invasion potential to benthic vs. pelagic adult lifestyle and clade membership. Endemic species are those that occur in only a single BSP.
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Myers CE, MacKenzie III RA, Lieberman BS (2013) Greenhouse biogeography: the relationship of geographic range to invasion and extinction in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Paleobiology 39(1): 135-148. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/0094-8373-39.1.135

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Myers CE, MacKenzie III RA, Lieberman BS (2013) Data from: Greenhouse biogeography: the relationship of geographic range to invasion and extinction in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.663b4
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