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Institute of Geography and Environmental Science, Eszterházy Károly Catholic University, Eszterházy tér 1, 3300 Eger, Hungary
Dr. Camille Frau
Groupement d'Intérêt Paléontologique, Science et Exposition, 60 bd Georges Richard, 83000 Toulon, France
Prof. Dr. Seyed Naser Raisossadat
Department of Geology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Birjand, Birjand PO Box 97175/615, Iran

STRESS—Highlights in Ammonite Research: Stratigraphy, Taphonomy, Resources, Ecology, Stable Isotopes, and Sedimentary Geology in Focus

Abstract submission deadline
30 June 2024
Manuscript submission deadline
31 August 2024
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Dear Colleagues,

Ammonoidea is one of the most important fossil groups to understand the geologic past: recent proceedings in ecology, biogeography, stratigraphy, paleoenvironment, climate, etc. cannot contribute efficiently to science without new, thought-provoking, or unusual approaches to Ammonoidea. Therefore, we gave an unusual title to this Topic: “Ammonoidea under STRESS”, where STRESS is an initialism derived from the initials of stratigraphy, taphonomy, resources, ecology, stable isotopes, and sedimentary geology.

We highly encourage you to contribute to this Topic with new data, ideas, information, theories, research, or experiments that are not in the mainstream of ammonite research, therefore providing an interesting, appealing Topic to collect the knowledge on the frontiers (or neglected fields) of ammonite science. Our aim is to focus on intriguing, debated, and antinomic theories, results, and data regarding ammonite research and new initiatives, whether it regards the lifespan of Ammonoidea (stratigraphy), their marks in the former environment (taphonomy), their needs, habitats, diet, evolution, and extinction (resources and ecology), or their usefulness in stable isotope studies and special relationships to sedimentary geological processes. We highly encourage you to consider publishing your original and thought-provoking results related to these aspects of Ammonoidea.

This Topic is organized into five sections:

  • Section 1 Stratigraphy;
  • Section 2 Taphonomy;
  • Section 3 Resources and Ecology;
  • Section 4 Stable Isotopes;
  • Section 5 Sedimentary Geology.

This Topic aims to contribute to the understanding of the role, usefulness, applicability, processes, and interrelationships of a leading fossil group, the Ammonoidea.

Prof. Dr. Laszlo Bujtor
Dr. Camille Frau
Prof. Dr. Seyed Naser Raisossadat
Topic Editors

Keywords

  • facies dependency of ammonites
  • ammonites as paleothermometers
  • advances in ammonite biogeography
  • usefulness of aptychi
  • barriers and corridors in ammonite distribution
  • special habitats
  • taphonomy
  • inquilism

Participating Journals

Journal Name Impact Factor CiteScore Launched Year First Decision (median) APC
Minerals
minerals
2.5 3.9 2011 18.7 Days CHF 2400 Submit
Geosciences
geosciences
2.7 5.2 2011 23.6 Days CHF 1800 Submit

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