Richard J. Aldridge mostly deals with Conodont, Paleontology, Anatomy, Paleozoic and Carboniferous. His studies deal with areas such as Sinistral and dextral, Ordovician and Mineralogy as well as Conodont. The concepts of his Paleontology study are interwoven with issues in Paleoclimatology and China.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Trunk and Promissum in addition to Anatomy. His Paleozoic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biostratigraphy, Oceanography, Ireviken event and Lau event. His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Marine transgression and Paleoecology.
Richard J. Aldridge focuses on Paleontology, Conodont, Ordovician, Lagerstätte and Zoology. His research ties Genus and Paleontology together. His Conodont study also includes fields such as
His Ordovician research integrates issues from Eurypterid, Illite and Mineralogy. While the research belongs to areas of Lagerstätte, Richard J. Aldridge spends his time largely on the problem of Crustacean, intersecting his research to questions surrounding China. His work on Morphology as part of general Zoology study is frequently linked to Sister group and Extant taxon, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Lagerstätte, Ordovician, Conodont and Evolutionary biology. Paleontology is closely attributed to Foraminifera in his study. His studies in Lagerstätte integrate themes in fields like Fauna, Anatomy, Genus and Crustacean.
His research in the fields of Appendage overlaps with other disciplines such as Sister group. He interconnects Nepheloid layer, Biostratigraphy and Oil shale in the investigation of issues within Ordovician. His Conodont research incorporates themes from Permian and Hindeodus.
Richard J. Aldridge mostly deals with Paleontology, Foraminifera, Conodont, Cladistics and Sister group. He has researched Paleontology in several fields, including Morphological similarity and Zooid. The various areas that Richard J. Aldridge examines in his Foraminifera study include Indus and Paleogene.
The Conodont study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology, Section, Taxon, Hindeodus and Taxonomy. His Crustacean research incorporates elements of Ordovician and Lagerstätte. Richard J. Aldridge has included themes like Oil shale and Fauna in his Lagerstätte study.
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Conodont affinity and chordate phylogeny
Philip C. J. Donoghue;Peter L. Forey;Richard J. Aldridge.
web science (2007)
The conodont animal
Derek E. G. Briggs;Euan N. K. Clarkson;Richard J. Aldridge.
The Cambrian Fossils of Chengjiang, China: The Flowering of Early Animal Life
Xian-guang Hou;R.J. Aldridge;J. Bergstrom;David J. Siveter.
Global perspectives on Ordovician geology
Richard J. Aldridge.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1993)
The anatomy of conodonts
R. J. Aldridge;Derek Ernest Gilmor Briggs;M. P. Smith;E. N. K. Clarkson.
web science (1993)
ORIENTATION AND ANATOMICAL NOTATION IN CONODONTS
Mark A. Purnell;Philip C. J. Donoghue;Richard J. Aldridge.
web science (2000)
The affinities of conodonts—new evidence from the Carboniferous of Edinburgh, Scotland
Richard J. Aldridge;Derek E. G. Briggs;Euan N. K. Clarkson;M. Paul Smith.
Early Silurian oceanic episodes and events
R. J. Aldridge;L. Jeppsson;K. J. Dorning.
web science (1993)
Restudy of conodont zonation and evolution across the P/T boundary at Meishan section, Changxing, Zhejiang, China
Haishui Jiang;Xulong Lai;Genming Luo;Richard Aldridge.
grid and pervasive computing (2007)
A giant conodont with preserved muscle tissue from the Upper Ordovician of South Africa
S. E. Gabbott;R. J. Aldridge;J. N. Theron.
web science (1995)
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