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Publications Using Body Size Data Collected by Interns

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biovolume graph
Figure 1 from Heim et al. 2015. Science 347: 867-870. Body size evolution across the past 542 million years. The distribution of fossil marine animal biovolumes across the Phanerozoic is shown. The colored horizontal lines show genus durations. The thick black line indicates the stage-level mean body size. The thin black lines demarcate the 5th and 95th percentiles. Cm, Cambrian; O, Ordovician; S, Silurian; D, Devonian; C, Carboniferous; P, Permian; Tr, Triassic; J, Jurassic; K, Cretaceous; Pg, Paleogene; N, Neogene.