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Publisher: Royal Society of Edinburgh

Volume 94, Number 4, December 2004

Preface
pp. 283-284(2)
Authors: Trewin, N.H.; Rice, C.M.

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The geology of the northern half of the Rhynie Basin, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
pp. 299-308(10)
Authors: Rice, C.M.; Ashcroft, W.A.

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Fluids and hydrothermal alteration assemblages in a Devonian gold-bearing hot-spring system, Rhynie, Scotland
pp. 309-324(16)
Authors: Baron, M.; Hillier, S.; Rice, C.M.; Czapnik, K.; Parnell, J.

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A review of the palaeoenvironments and biota of the Windyfield chert
pp. 325-339(15)
Authors: Fayers, Stephen R.; Trewin, Nigel H.

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A harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Early Devonian Rhynie cherts, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
pp. 341-354(14)
Authors: Dunlop, Jason A.; Anderson, Lyall I.; Kerp, Hans; Hass, Hagen

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A new univalve crustacean from the Early Devonian Rhynie chert hot-spring complex
pp. 355-369(15)
Authors: Anderson, Lyall I.; Crighton, William R.B.; Hass, Hagen

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Evidence for an early terrestrial food web: coprolites from the Early Devonian Rhynie chert
pp. 371-389(19)
Authors: Habgood, Kate S.; Hass, Hagen; Kerp, Hans

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Embryophytic sporophytes in the Rhynie and Windyfield cherts
pp. 397-410(14)
Author: Edwards, Dianne

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New gametophytes from the Early Devonian Rhynie chert
pp. 411-428(18)
Authors: Kerp, Hans; Trewin, Nigel H.; Hass, Hagen

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Spores of the Rhynie chert plant Horneophyton lignieri (Kidston & Lang) Barghoorn & Darrah, 1938
pp. 429-443(15)
Authors: Wellman, Charles H.; Kerp, Hans; Hass, Hagen

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Charophyte algae from the Rhynie chert
pp. 445-455(11)
Authors: Kelman, Ruth; Feist, Monique; Trewin, Nigel H.; Hass, Hagen

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Fungi from the Rhynie chert: a view from the dark side
pp. 457-473(17)
Authors: Taylor, T.N.; Klavins, S.D.; Krings, M.; Taylor, E.L.; Kerp, H.; Hass, H.

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Experimental taphonomy: silicification of plants in Yellowstone hot-spring environments
pp. 503-521(19)
Authors: Channing, Alan; Edwards, Dianne

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