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Publications: Paul Nascimbene

Publications: Paul Nascimbene

Nascimbene, P. C., Bisulca, C., Greenhut, V. A. and Grimaldi, D. A. In preparation. The physical nature of fossil resins. Part I: A comprehensive assessment of age and maturity in ambers and copals based on indentation hardness.
 
Bisulca, C., Nascimbene, P. C., Grimaldi, D. A., Elkin, L. Pre-Publication (2010)Variation in the deterioration of fossil resins, and implications for the conservation of fossils in amber. American Museum Novitates.
 
Beimforde, C., Dörfelt, H., Heinrichs, J., Nascimbene, P. C., Reitner, J., Schäfer, N., Singh, H., Schmidt, A. R. Pre-Publication (2010). Ectomycorrhizae from the early Cenozoic Indian amber forest. Science.
 
Rust, J., Singh, H., Rana, R. S., McCann, T., Singh, L., Anderson, K. B., Sarkar, N., Nascimbene, P. C., Gerdes, F.,     Thomas, J. C., Solórzano-Kraemer, M., Williams, C. J., Engel, M. S., Sahni, A., and Grimaldi, D. A. Accepted for publication, 2010. Biogeographic and Evolutionary Implications of a Diverse Paleobiota in Amber from the Early Eocene of India.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.     
 
Grimaldi, D. A., and Nascimbene, P. C. 2010. Chapter 11: New Jersey Amber. In Biodiversity of Fossils in Amber from the Major World Deposits. David Penney, Editor. Siri Scientific Press, UK.
 
Schmidt, A. R., Perrichot, V., Svojtka, M., Anderson, K. B., Belete, K. H., Bussert, R., Dörfelt, H., Jancke, S., Mohr, B., Mohrmann, E., Nascimbene, P. C., Nel, A., Nel, P., Ragazzi, E., Roghi, G., Saupe, E., Schmidt, K., Schneider, H., Selden, P. A., and Vávra, N. 2010. Cretaceous African life captured in amber.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107 (16): 7329-7334.
 
Christiansen, K., and Nascimbene, P. 2006. Collembola (Arthropoda, Hexapoda) from the mid Cretaceous of Myanmar(Burma). Cretaceous Research, 27: 318-363.
 
Grimaldi, D., Engel, M. and Nascimbene, P. 2002. Fossiliferous Cretaceous amber from Myanmar (Burma): its rediscovery, biotic diversity, and paleontological significance. American Museum Novitates, No. 3361
 
Nascimbene, P. and Silverstein, H. 2001. The preparation of fragile Cretaceous ambers for conservation and study of organismal inclusions. In:Studies on Fossils in Amber, with Particular Reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey, pp.          93-102. Edited by D. Grimaldi. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
 
Grimaldi, D. and Nascimbene, P. 1997. Vacuum embedding and disintegration of the Type of Sphecomyrma freyi. In: D. Grimaldi, Agosti, D. & Carpenter, J. M. New and rediscovered primitive ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Cretaceous amber from New Jersey, and their phylogenetic relationships. American Museum Novitates, No. 3208: 41-43.
 
Published abstracts of scientific presentations given at paleoentomological, paleobotanical and geological conferences
 
Nascimbene, P. C., Grimaldi, D. A., Schmidt, A. R., Anderson, K. B., Rust, J., and Williams, C. J. 2010. Physicochemical comparisons and implications of new amber deposits from the Lower Eocene of India and the Mid Cretaceous of Ethiopia.  Fifth International Conference on Fossil Insects, Capital Normal University, Beijing,
China, Aug 20-25, 2010. p. 155.
 
Rust, J., Singh, H., Rana, R. S., McCann, T., Singh, L., Anderson, K. B., Sarkar, N., Nascimbene, P. C., Gerdes, F.,
Thomas, J. C., Solórzano-Kraemer, M., Williams, C. J., Engel, M. S., Sahni, A., and Grimaldi, D. A.  2010.  Biogeographic and evolutionary implications of a diverse paleobiota in amber from the Early Eocene of India. .  Fifth International Conference on Fossil Insects, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, Aug 20-25, 2010. p. 164.
 
Schmidt, A. R., Perrichot, V., Svojtka, M., Anderson, K. B., Belete, K. H., Bussert, R., Dörfelt, H., Jancke, S., Mohr, B., Mohrmann, E., Nascimbene, P. C., Nel, A., Nel, P., Ragazzi, E., Roghi, G., Saupe, E., Schmidt, K., Schneider, H., Selden, P. A., and Vávra, N. 2010. The Ethiopian amber forest. Fifth International Conference on Fossil Insects, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, Aug 20-25, 2010. p. 166.
 
Wappler, T., McCann, T., Singh, L., Rust, J., Sahni, A., Grimaldi, D., Engel, M. S., Nascimbene, P., Gerdes, F., Rana, R. S., and Singh, H.  2010. Chenier plain sedimentation in the Palaeogene of Gujarat, western India – Fossil insects in amber and their depositional setting. The 8th European Palaeobotany - Palynology  Conference, Budapest, Hungary, July 6-10, 2010.
 
Nascimbene, P. 2007. The geological setting, taphonomy and paleoecology of a deltaic Cretaceous (Turonian) amber-bearing deposit in central New Jersey. Geological Association of New Jersey Annual Conference XXIV: East Stroudsburg, PA, October 12-13, 2007. pp. 7-8.
 
Bisulca, C., Nascimbene, P., Elkin, L., and Grimaldi, D. 2007. A detailed study of deterioration in fossil resins, and implications for conservation of amber fossils. Fourth International Conference on Fossil Insects (FOSSILSX3),
May 4-9, 2007. p. 68.
 
Nascimbene, P., Bisulca, C., and Grimaldi, D. 2007. Physical properties of amber: an analysis and comparison of the density and hardness of samples from various ages and localities. Fourth International Conference on Fossil Insects (FOSSILSX3), May 4-9, 2007. p. 228.
 
Grimaldi, D., Nascimbene, P., Luzzi, K., and Case, G. 1998. North American ambers and an exceptionally diverse deposit from the Cretaceous of New Jersey, USA. World Congress on Amber Inclusions, Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Alava, Spain, p. 81.