Zhonghe Zhou focuses on Paleontology, Enantiornithes, Feathered dinosaur, Jiufotang Formation and Archaeopteryx. He has researched Paleontology in several fields, including Chine and Maniraptora. The various areas that Zhonghe Zhou examines in his Enantiornithes study include Sternum and Cretaceous.
His research integrates issues of Zoology, Feather and Saurischia, Microraptor, Theropoda in his study of Feathered dinosaur. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Jiufotang Formation, Ecology is strongly linked to Jehol Biota. His Archaeopteryx research includes themes of Origin of birds and Bird flight.
His primary scientific interests are in Cretaceous, Paleontology, Zoology, Jehol Biota and Enantiornithes. While the research belongs to areas of Cretaceous, Zhonghe Zhou spends his time largely on the problem of Eggshell, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Femur. His work carried out in the field of Paleontology brings together such families of science as Biota and China.
As part of the same scientific family, Zhonghe Zhou usually focuses on Zoology, concentrating on Feathered dinosaur and intersecting with Theropoda. His Jehol Biota research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecology and Aptian. Zhonghe Zhou has included themes like Jiufotang Formation, Clade and Anatomy in his Enantiornithes study.
Zhonghe Zhou mostly deals with Cretaceous, Jehol Biota, Zoology, Paleontology and Evolutionary biology. His primary area of study in Cretaceous is in the field of Jiufotang Formation. His Jehol Biota study combines topics in areas such as Feathered dinosaur, Biota and Ornithothoraces.
His Zoology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Jeholornis and Dentition. His Paleontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Transition zone. The concepts of his Evolutionary biology study are interwoven with issues in Direct evidence, Clade, Feather and Plumage.
His main research concerns Cretaceous, Evolutionary biology, Jiufotang Formation, Paleontology and Eggshell. His studies deal with areas such as Zoology, Mesozoic and Maniraptora as well as Cretaceous. In his research, Scansoriopterygidae, Theropoda, Lineage and Skull is intimately related to Paraves, which falls under the overarching field of Evolutionary biology.
His Jiufotang Formation research integrates issues from Adaptation and Plumage. His work on Jehol Biota, Dentition and Jeholornis is typically connected to Gastrolith as part of general Paleontology study, connecting several disciplines of science. He focuses mostly in the field of Jehol Biota, narrowing it down to matters related to Feathered dinosaur and, in some cases, Feather and Integumentary system.
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An exceptionally preserved Lower Cretaceous ecosystem
Zhonghe Zhou;Paul M. Barrett;Paul M. Barrett;Jason Hilton.
Four-winged dinosaurs from China
Xing Xu;Zhonghe Zhou;Xiaolin Wang;Xuewen Kuang.
The smallest known non-avian theropod dinosaur
Xing Xu;Zhonghe Zhou;Xiaolin Wang;Xiaolin Wang.
Further support for a Cretaceous age for the feathered-dinosaur beds of Liaoning, China: new 40Ar/39Ar dating of the Yixian and Tuchengzi formations
Carl Swisher;Xiaolin Wang;Zhonghe Zhou;Yuanqing Wang.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2002)
Fossilized melanosomes and the colour of Cretaceous dinosaurs and birds
Fucheng Zhang;Stuart L. Kearns;Patrick J. Orr;Michael J. Benton.
A primitive enantiornithine bird and the origin of feathers.
Fucheng Zhang;Zhonghe Zhou.
A long-tailed, seed-eating bird from the Early Cretaceous of China
Zhonghe Zhou;Fucheng Zhang.
Timing of the Jiufotang Formation (Jehol Group) in Liaoning, northeastern China, and its implications
H. Y. He;X. L. Wang;Z. H. Zhou;F. Wang.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
A bizarre Jurassic maniraptoran from China with elongate ribbon-like feathers
Fucheng Zhang;Zhonghe Zhou;Xing Xu;Xiaolin Wang.
Branched integumental structures in Sinornithosaurus and the origin of feathers
Xing Xu;Zhong-he Zhou;Richard O. Prum.
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