Publications

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International peer-reviewed publications

* denotes (at least partly) supervised students

2019

33. *Georgiou R., Gueriau P., Sahle C., Bernard S., Mirone A., Garrouste R., Bergmann U., Rueff J.-P. & Bertrand L. In press. Carbon speciation in organic fossils using 2D to 3D x-ray Raman multispectral imaging. Science Advances 5, eaaw5019.

32. Klug C., Landman N.H., Fuchs D., Mapes R.H., Pohle A., Gueriau P., Réguer S. & Hoffmann R. 2019. Anatomy of the first Coleoidea and character evolution in the Carboniferous. Communications Biology 2, 280.

31. Nadhira A., Sutton M.D, Botting J.P., Muir L.A., Gueriau P., King A., Briggs D.E.G, SiveterDa.J. & Siveter De.J. 2019. Three-dimensionally preserved soft-tissues and calcareous hexactins in a Silurian sponge: implications for early sponge evolution. Royal Society Open Science 6, 190911.

30. Olive S., Pradel A., Martinez-Pérez C., Janvier P., Lamsdell J.C., Gueriau P., Rabet N., Duranleau-Gagnon P., Cardenas-Rozo A.L., Zapata Ramirez P.A. & Botella H. In press. New insights into Late Devonian vertebrates and associated fauna from the Cuche Formation (Floresta Massif, Colombia). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Published online July 1st, 2019; doi:10.1080/02724634.2019.1620247.

29. Iniesto M., Thomazo C., Fara E. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. Deciphering the exceptional preservation of the Early Triassic Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 81–93.

28. Brayard A., Gueriau P., Thoury M., Escarguel G. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. Glow in the dark: Use of synchrotron μXRF trace elemental mapping and multispectral macro-imaging on fossils from the Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 71–79.

27. Romano C., Argyriou T., Krumenacker L.J. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. Chondrichthyan teeth from the Early Triassic Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 63–70.

26. Thuy B., Escarguel G. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. A new brittle star (Ophiuroidea: Ophiodermatina) from the Early Triassic Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 55–61.

25. Saucède T., Vennin E., Fara E., Olivier N. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. A new holocrinid (Articulata) from the Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA) highlights the high diversity of Early Triassic crinoids. Geobios 54: 45–53.

24. Charbonnier S., Brayard A. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. New thylacocephalans from the Early Triassic Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 37–43.

23. Brayard A., Jenks J., Bylund K.G. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. Ammonoids and nautiloids from the earliest Spathian Paris Biota and other early Spathian localities in southeastern Idaho, USA. Geobios 54: 13–36.

22. Botting J., Brayard A. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. A late-surviving Triassic protomonaxonid sponge from the Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54: 5–11.

21. Goutte S., Mason M.J., Antoniazzi M.M., Jared C., Merle D., Cazes L., Toledo L.F., el-Hafci H., Pallu S., Portier H., Schramm S., Gueriau P. & Thoury M. 2019. Extraordinary bone fluorescence reveals hidden patterns in pumpkin toadlets. Scientific Reports 9: 5388.

20. Anné J., Edwards N.P., Brigidi F., Gueriau P., Harvey V.L., Geraki K., Buckley M. & Wogelius R.A. 2019. Advances in bone preservation: Identifying possible collagen preservation using sulfur speciation mapping. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 520: 181–187.

19. *Li J., Gueriau P., Bellato M., King A., Robbiola L., Thoury M., *Baillon M., Fossé C., Cohen S.X., Moulhérat C., Thomas A., Galtier P. & Bertrand L. 2019. Synchrotron-based phase mapping in corroded metals: insights from early copper-base artefacts. Analytical Chemistry 91(3): 1815–1825.

18. Lamsdell J.C., Lagebro L., Edgecombe G.D., Budd G.E. & Gueriau P. 2019. Stylonurine eurypterids from the Strud locality (Upper Devonian, Belgium): new insights into the ecology of freshwater sea scorpions. Geological Magazine. Published online January 30th, 2019; doi:10.1017/S0016756818000936.

2018

17. Gueriau P., Jauvion C. & Mocuta M. 2018. Show me your yttrium, and I will tell you who you are: implications for fossil imaging. Palaeontology 61(6): 981–990.

16. Davesne D., Gueriau P., Dutheil D.B. & Bertrand L. 2018. Exceptional preservation of a Cretaceous intestine provides a glimpse of the early ecological diversity of spiny-rayed fishes (Acanthomorpha, Teleostei). Scientific Reports 8: 8509.

15. Yang Q., Gueriau P., Charbonnier S., Ren D. & Béthoux O. 2018. A new tealliocaridid crustacean from the Late Carboniferous of North China and its biogeographic implications. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 63(1): 111–116.

14. Gueriau P., Rabet N. & *Du Tien Hat E. 2018. The Strud crustacean fauna (Late Devonian, Belgium): updated review and palaeoecology of an early continental ecosystem. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 107(2–3): 79–90.

2017

13. Gueriau P., Rueff J.-P., Bernard S., Kaddissy J.A., Goler S., Sahle C.J., Sokaras D., Wogelius R.A., Manning P.L., Bergmann U. & Bertrand L. 2017. Non-invasive synchrotron-based X-Ray Raman scattering discriminates carbonaceous compounds in ancient and historical materials, Analytical Chemistry 89(20): 10819–10826.

2016

12. Gueriau P., Bernard S. & Bertrand L. 2016. Advanced synchrotron characterization of paleontological specimens. Elements 12(1): 45–50.

11. Gueriau P., Rabet N., Clément G., Lagebro L., Vannier J., Briggs D.E.G., Charbonnier S., Olive S. & Béthoux O. 2016. A 365-million-year-old freshwater community reveals morphological and ecological stasis in branchiopod crustaceans. Current Biology 26(3): 383–390.

10. Denayer J., Prestianni C., Gueriau P., Olive S. & Clément G. 2016. Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Late Famennian (Late Devonian) of Southern Belgium and characterization of the Strud locality. Geological Magazine 153(1): 112–127.

2015

9. Gervais C., Thoury M., Réguer S., Gueriau P. & Mass J. 2015. Caution! Historic samples: Challenges in the micro spectroscopic analysis of Prussian blue and zinc white paintings. Applied Physics A 121(3): 949–955.

8. Gueriau P., Mocuta C. & Bertrand L. 2015. Cerium anomaly at microscale in fossils. Analytical Chemistry 87(17): 8827–8836.

7. Olive S., Clément G., Denayer J., Derycke C., Dupret V., Gerienne P., Gueriau P., Marion J.-M., Mottequin B. & Prestianni C. 2015. Flora and fauna from a new Famennian (Upper Devonian) locality at Becco, eastern Belgium. Geologica Belgica 18(2-4): 92–101.

6. Lagebro L., Gueriau P., Hegna T., Rabet N., Butler A. & Budd G.E. 2015. The oldest notostracan (Upper Devonian Strud locality, Belgium). Palaeontology 58(3): 497–509.

2014

5. Gueriau P., Charbonnier S. & Clément G. 2014. Angustidontid crustaceans from the Late Devonian of Strud (Namur Province, Belgium): insights into the origin of Decapoda. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 273(3): 327–337.

4. Gueriau P., Charbonnier S. & Clément G. 2014. First decapod crustaceans in a Late Devonian continental ecosystem. Palaeontology 57(6): 1203–1213.

3. Gueriau P., Mocuta C., Dutheil D.B., Cohen S.X., Thiaudière D., the OT1 Consortium, Charbonnier S., Clément G. & Bertrand L. 2014. Trace elemental imaging of rare earth elements discriminates tissues at microscale in flat fossils. PLoS One 9(1): e86946.

2013

2. Garrouste R., Clément G., Nel P., Engel M.S., Grandcolas P., D’Haese, C., Lagebro L., Denayer J., Gueriau P., Lafaite P., Olive S., Prestianni C. & Nel A. 2013. Garrouste et al. reply. Nature 494: E4–E5.

2012

1. Garrouste R., Clément G., Nel P., Engel M.S., Grandcolas P., D’Haese C., Lagebro L., Denayer J., Gueriau P., Lafaite P., Olive S., Prestianni C. & Nel A. 2012. A complete insect from the Late Devonian period. Nature 488: 82–85.

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