Papers and book chapters


Buatois, L.A. & Mángano, M.G. 2011. The Déjà vu effect: Recurrent patterns in the exploitation of ecospace, the establishment of the mixed layer, and the distribution of matgrounds. Geology 39:1163-1166.

Buatois, L.A. & Encinas, A. 2011. Ichnology, sequence stratigraphy and depositional evolution of an Upper Cretaceous rocky shoreline in central Chile: Bioerosion structures in a transgressed metamorphic basement. Cretaceous Research 32: 203-212.

Mángano, M.G. 2011. Trace-fossil assemblages in a Burgess Shale-type deposit from the Stephen Formation at Stanley Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains: Unraveling ecologic and evolutionary controls. In: Johnston, P.A. & Johnston, K.J., eds., Proceedings of the International Conference on the Cambrian Explosion. Palaeontographica Canadiana, 31:89-107.

Mángano, M.G. & Buatois, L.A. 2011. Timing of infaunalization in shallow-marine early Paleozoic communities in high-latitude Gondwanic settings: Discriminating evolutionary, environmental and paleogeographic controls. Paleontologica Electronica 14: 1-21.

Schatz, E., Mángano, M.G., Buatois, L.A. & Limarino, C.O. 2011. Life after the Late Paleozoic ice age: Trace fossils from glacially influenced deposits in a Late Carboniferous fjord-valley of western Argentina. Journal of Paleontology 85: 504-520.

Balseiro, D., Waisfeld, B. & Buatois, L.A. 2011. Unusual trilobite biofacies from the Tremadocian (Lower Ordovician) of the Central Andean Basin (Cordillera Oriental, Argentina): New insights into olenid palaeoecology. Lethaia 44: 58-75.

Buatois, L. A., Saccavino, L.L. & Zavala, C. 2011, Ichnologic signatures of hyperpycnal-flow deposits in Cretaceous river-dominated deltas, Austral Basin, southern Argentina, in R. M. Slatt and C. Zavala, eds., Sediment transfer from shelf to deep water—Revisiting the delivery system: AAPG Studies in Geology 61:153-170.

-Angulo, S. & Buatois, L.A. 2011. Petrophysical Characterization of Sedimentary Facies from the Upper Devonian-Lower Mississippian Bakken Formation in the Williston Basin, Southeastern Saskatchewan. Summary of Investigations 2010, Saskatchewan Industry and Resources.