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The Fossil Calibration Database—A New Resource for Divergence Dating

Fossils provide the principal basis for temporal calibrations, which are critical to the accuracy of divergence dating analyses. Translating fossil data into minimum and maximum bounds for calibrations is the most important—often least appreciated—step of divergence dating. Properly justified calibr... Full description

Journal Title: Systematic biology 2015-09-01, Vol.64 (5), p.853-859
Main Author: Ksepka, Daniel T
Other Authors: Parham, James F , Allman, James F , Benton, Michael J , Carrano, Matthew T , Cranston, Karen A , Donoghue, Philip C. J , Head, Jason J , Hermsen, Elizabeth J , Irmis, Randall B , Joyce, Walter G , Kohli, Manpreet , Lamm, Kristin D , Leehr, Dan , Patané, Josés L , Polly, P. David , Phillips, Matthew J , Smith, N. Adam , Smith, Nathan D , Van Tuinen, Marcel , Ware, Jessica L , Warnock, Rachel C. M
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  • Ksepka, Daniel T
  • Parham, James F
  • Allman, James F
  • Benton, Michael J
  • Carrano, Matthew T
  • Cranston, Karen A
  • Donoghue, Philip C. J
  • Head, Jason J
  • Hermsen, Elizabeth J
  • Irmis, Randall B
  • Joyce, Walter G
  • Kohli, Manpreet
  • Lamm, Kristin D
  • Leehr, Dan
  • Patané, Josés L
  • Polly, P. David
  • Phillips, Matthew J
  • Smith, N. Adam
  • Smith, Nathan D
  • Van Tuinen, Marcel
  • Ware, Jessica L
  • Warnock, Rachel C. M
subjects:
  • Access to Information
  • Accuracy
  • Calibration
  • Data Interpretation, Statistical
  • Databases, Factual - standards
  • Fossils
  • Internet
  • Phylogenetics
  • Phylogeny
  • SOFTWARE FOR SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
  • Time
ispartof: Systematic biology, 2015-09-01, Vol.64 (5), p.853-859
description: Fossils provide the principal basis for temporal calibrations, which are critical to the accuracy of divergence dating analyses. Translating fossil data into minimum and maximum bounds for calibrations is the most important—often least appreciated—step of divergence dating. Properly justified calibrations require the synthesis of phylogenetic, paleontological, and geological evidence and can be difficult for nonspecialists to formulate. The dynamic nature of the fossil record (e.g., new discoveries, taxonomic revisions, updates of global or local stratigraphy) requires that calibration data be updated continually lest they become obsolete. Here, we announce the Fossil Calibration Database (http://fossilcalibrations.org), a new openaccess resource providing vetted fossil calibrations to the scientific community. Calibrations accessioned into this database are based on individual fossil specimens and follow best practices for phylogenetic justification and geochronological constraint. The associated Fossil Calibration Series, a calibration-themed publication series at Palaeontologia Electronica, serve as a key pipeline for peer-reviewed calibrations to enter the database.
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abstractFossils provide the principal basis for temporal calibrations, which are critical to the accuracy of divergence dating analyses. Translating fossil data into minimum and maximum bounds for calibrations is the most important—often least appreciated—step of divergence dating. Properly justified calibrations require the synthesis of phylogenetic, paleontological, and geological evidence and can be difficult for nonspecialists to formulate. The dynamic nature of the fossil record (e.g., new discoveries, taxonomic revisions, updates of global or local stratigraphy) requires that calibration data be updated continually lest they become obsolete. Here, we announce the Fossil Calibration Database (http://fossilcalibrations.org), a new openaccess resource providing vetted fossil calibrations to the scientific community. Calibrations accessioned into this database are based on individual fossil specimens and follow best practices for phylogenetic justification and geochronological constraint. The associated Fossil Calibration Series, a calibration-themed publication series at Palaeontologia Electronica, serve as a key pipeline for peer-reviewed calibrations to enter the database.
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