Data from: Deep time diversity of metatherian mammals: implications for evolutionary history and fossil record quality

Bennett C, Upchurch P, Goin F, Goswami A

Date Published: September 9, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bt651

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Description T1 Metatherian fossil dataset T2 Bibliographical references for datasets T3 Correlations between time bin length, number of genera and number of sites T4 Preservation, Origination and Extinction Rates T5 Coverage and sampling target T6 Prolific sites list T7 South American diversity curve calculated by SQS method with target set to 0 0.3
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Description R code for Metatheria Diversity Curves using Classic Rarefaction
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