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Mongolyn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi

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Works: 202 works in 231 publications in 5 languages and 1,067 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Conference papers and proceedings  Periodicals 
Roles: Other, Publisher, isb, Editor
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Most widely held works by Mongolyn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi
Metallogenesis and tectonics of northeast Asia( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 141 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The major purpose of this volume is to provide a comprehensive synthesis of the regional geology, tectonics, and metallogenesis of Northeast Asia for readers who are unfamiliar with the region and for researchers who desire detailed information on the region. The major parts of the volume are (1) an introductory chapter; (2) a chapter on methodology of regional metallogenic and tectonic analysis; (3) a chapter on mineral deposit models for the region; (4) five chapters that describe the regional metallogenesis and tectonics of the region from the Archean through the Present for successive time stages; (5) a chapter on a metallogenic and tectonic model for the region; and (6) three appendixes, including on a description of the project and products, a description of map units for the Northeast Asia geodynamics map, and a summary table of metallogenic belts for the region. An important goal of the volume is to demonstrate how a high-quality metallogenic and tectonic analysis, including construction of an associated metallogenic-tectonic model, greatly benefits other mineral resource studies by (1) synthesizing of mineral-deposit models, (2) improving prediction of undiscovered mineral deposits as part of quantitative mineral-resource-assessment studies, (3) assisting land-use and mineral-exploration planning, (4) improving knowledge of regional geology; (5) improving interpretations of the origins of host rocks, mineral deposits, and metallogenic belts, and (6) suggesting new research. Research on the metallogenesis and tectonics of such major regions as Northeast Asia requires a complex methodology including (1) definitions of key terms, (2) compilation of a regional geologic base map that can be interpreted according to modern tectonic concepts and definitions, (3) compilation of a mineral-deposit database that enables a determination of mineral-deposit models and clarification of the relations of deposits to host rocks and tectonic origins, (4) synthesis of a series of mineral-deposit models that characterize the known mineral deposits and inferred undiscovered deposits in the region, (5) compilation of a series of metallogenic-belt belts constructed on the regional geologic base map, and (6) construction of a unified metallogenic and tectonic model. The Northeast Asia study area consists of eastern Russia (most of eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East), Mongolia, northern China, South Korea, Japan, and adjacent offshore areas. Major cooperative agencies are the Russian Academy of Sciences; the Academy of Sciences of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia); VNIIOkeangeologia and Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation; the Mongolian Academy of Sciences; the Mongolian University of Science and Technology; the Mongolian National University; Jilin University, Changchun, People's Republic of China; the China Geological Survey; the Korea Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources; the Geological Survey of Japan/AIST; the University of Texas, Arlington; and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This study builds on and extends the data and interpretations from a previous project on the Major Mineral Deposits, Metallogenesis, and Tectonics of the Russian Far East, Alaska, and the Canadian Cordillera conducted by the USGS, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, and the Geological Survey of Canada. The major products of the Northeast Asia project are described in appendix A."--Executive summary
Taxonomic composition and systematics of late Cretaceous lizard assemblages from Ukhaa Tolgod and adjacent localities, Mongolian Gobi Desert by Gao Keqin( Book )

2 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cranial anatomy of Kryptobaatar dashzevegi (Mammalia, Multituberculata), and its bearing on the evolution of mammalian characters by John R Wible( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 63 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

New data on the skull and dentition in the Mongolian late Cretaceous eutherian mammal Zalambdalestes by John R Wible( Book )

3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 51 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nat︠s︡ionalʹnoe i internat︠s︡ionalʹnoe v mongolʹskoĭ literature by L Tu̇dėv( Book )

2 editions published in 1982 in Russian and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Petroglyphs of Javkhlant Mountain (Mongolia)( Book )

8 editions published between 2001 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Problemy istorii i kulʹtury kochevykh t︠s︡ivilizat︠s︡iĭ T︠S︡entralʹnoĭ Azii : materialy mezhdunarodnoĭ nauchnoĭ konferent︠s︡ii by International Conference "The Problems of History and Culture of Nomadic Civilizations of Central Asia"( Book )

2 editions published in 2000 in Russian and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The braincase anatomy of the late Cretaceous dinosaur Alioramus (Theropoda, Tyrannosauroidea)( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The late Cretaceous tyrannosaurid Alioramus altai is known from a single specimen whose articulated braincase exhibits a nearly unique combination of preservational quality, subadult stage of growth, and morphological complexity. We use a detailed physical preparation combined with high-resolution computed tomography to provide an expanded description of this braincase that includes details of the neurocranium and its dermal roof, pneumatic recesses and sinuses, cranial endocast, and inner ear cavities. A few notable features include a highly developed rostral tympanic recess marked by three pneumatic fenestrae, a highly pneumatic paroccipital process with both rostral and caudal pneumatic foramina, a prootic fossa housing external foramina for the trigeminal and facial nerves, a well-developed superficial lamina of the prootic, an expanded vestibular cavity, and an osseous labyrinth that is plesiomorphic in appearance. These observations, set within the currently available comparative context, elucidate numerous neuroanatomical transformations within Tyrannosauroidea and clarify where more data and work are needed. We expand the discussion for the 21 characters from the neurocranium utilized in a recent revision of tyrannosauroid phylogeny, including a listing of which tyrannosauroid taxa can be scored for the primitive and derived states of each character
The osteology of Alioramus, a gracile and long-snouted tyrannosaurid (Dinosauria, Theropoda) from the late Cretaceous of Mongolia by Stephen Brusatte( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The late Cretaceous tyrannosaurid theropod Alioramus has long been one of the most puzzling large carnivorous dinosaur taxa, largely because for several decades it has been represented only by a single, fragmentary specimen that seems to represent a long-snouted and gracile individual but is difficult to interpret. The discovery of a substantially complete skeleton of Alioramus at the Tsaagan Khuushu locality in the Maastrichtian Nemegt Formation of Mongolia, recovered during the 2001 American Museum-Mongolian Academy of Sciences expedition and described as a new species (Alioramus altai) in 2009, definitively shows that this mysterious taxon is a distinct form of longirostrine tyrannosaurid that lived alongside the larger and more robust Tarbosaurus. Here we describe and figure this remarkably preserved skeleton in detail. We provide exhaustive descriptions and photographs of individual bones, and make extensive comparisons with other tyrannosauroids. This monographic description provides further evidence that Alioramus is an unusual long-snouted, gracile, and slender-limbed taxon with an unprecedented degree of cranial ornamentation among tyrannosaurids and an extremely pneumatized skeleton. Anatomical comparisons indicate that the long skull of Alioramus is an autapomorphic feature that is proportionally longer (relative to femur length) than in any other known tyrannosaurid specimen, including juveniles, and that Alioramus is morphologically distinctive relative to similarly sized individuals of the contemporary and sympatric Tarbosaurus. The holotype specimen of A. altai belongs to a young individual, and many differences between it and the other known specimen of Alioramus (the holotype of A. remotus) may represent ontogenetic variation. The unusual longirostrine skull of Alioramus was largely produced by lengthening of the snout bones (maxilla, nasal, dentary, lacrimal, jugal), rather than the orbiotemporal bones (frontal, postorbital, squamosal, quadratojugal). The long snout, gracile skull bones, comparatively small attachment sites for jaw muscles, and lack of interlocking sutures and a robust orbital brow would have precluded the holotype individual from employing the characteristic "puncture-pull" feeding style of large-bodied adult tyrannosaurids, in which the muscular jaws, thick teeth, and interlocking sutures enabled individuals to bite with enough force to fracture bone. Whether adult Alioramus could utilize "puncture-pull" feeding awaits discovery of mature individuals of the genus. The coexistence of the long-snouted Alioramus and robust and deep-snouted Tarbosaurus, which are found together at the Tsaagan Khuushu locality, demonstrate that multiple large tyrannosaurids were able to live in sympatry, likely because of niche partitioning due to differences in craniofacial morphology and functional behavior
Braincase and phylogenetic relationships of Estesia mongoliensis from the late Cretaceous of the Gobi Desert and the recognition of a new clade of lizards by Mark Norell( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

New Eocene ctenodactyloid rodents from the eastern Gobi Desert of Mongolia and a phylogenetic analysis of ctenodactyloids based on dental features by Dėmbėrėliĭn Dashzėvėg( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Some carnivorous mammals from the Paleogene of the eastern Gobi Desert, Mongolia, and the application of Oligocene carnivores to stratigraphic correlation by Demberelyin Dashzeveg( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademiĭn mėdėė( )

in Mongolian and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A mammalian petrosal from the early Cretaceous of Mongolia : implications for the evolution of the ear region and mammaliamorph interrelationships by John R Wible( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A new multituberculate from the late Cretaceous locality Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia : considerations on multituberculate interrelationships by Guillermo W Rougier( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cranial anatomy and phylogenetic position of Tsaganomys altaicus (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the Hsanda Gol Formation (Oligocene), Mongolia by J. Daniel Bryant( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Taxonomic revision of Carusia (Reptilia, Squamata) from the late Cretaceous of the Gobi Desert and phylogenetic relationships of anguimorphan lizards by Gao Keqin( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An oviraptorid skeleton from the late Cretaceous of Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia, preserved in an avianlike brooding position over an oviraptorid nest by James M Clark( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A new specimen of Pinacosaurus grangeri (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) from the late Cretaceous of Mongolia : ontogeny and phylogeny of ankylosaurs by Robert V Hill( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Important features of the dromaeosaurid skeleton by Mark Norell( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names

controlled identityBNMAU-yn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi

Academia Mongol de Ciencias

Academia Scientiarum Mongola

Academia Scientiarum Mongoli.

Academia Scientiarum Mongolicae

Academia Scientiarum Reipublicae Populi Mongolici.

Académie des Sciences de la Mongolie.

Académie des sciences de Mongolie

Academy of Sciences

Academy of Sciences (Mongolia)

Academy of Sciences (Mongolsko)

Akademiâ Nauk Èstonskoj SSR

Akademiâ Nauk Mongolii.

Akademii︠a︡ nauk MNR

Akademii︠a︡ nauk Mongolii

Akademija nauk Mongolii

AN ESSR

BNMAU-yn Shinzhl'ekh Ukhaany Akademi

Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia

Ėrtėm akademii︠a︡ (Mongolia)

MAS

Meng-ku kuo k'o hsüeh yüan

Menggu guo ke xue yuan

Monggol Kwahak Ak'ademi

Mongol Uls, Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi

Mongol Uls Shinzlekh Ukhaany Akademi

Mongol Uls Sinžlėch Uchaany Akademi

Mongol Uls Šinžlėh Uhaany Akademi

Mongol Ulsyn Shinzhlekh Uhaany Akademi.

Mongol Ulsyn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi

Mongol Ulsyn Shinzlėkh Ukhaany Akademi

Mongol Ulsyn Šinžlėh Uhaany Akademi

Mongolian Academy of Sciences

Mongolian Academy of Sciences organization

Mongolische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Mongolska Akademia Nauk

Mongol'skаja Akаdemija Nаuk

Mongolyn Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany U̇ndėsniĭ Akademi

Mongolyn Ulsyn Shinzhlekh Uhaany Akademi.

Mongolyn Ulsyn Šinžlèh Uhaany Akademi.

Mongorou Kagaku Akademī

Mooldun︠g︡ Ėrtėm akademii︠a︡

Shinzhlekh Uhaany Akademi.

Shinzhlėkh Ukhaany Akademi (Mongolia)

Shinzhlekh Ukhaany Akademi (Mongolsko)

Sinjileku̇ Uqaġan-u Akademi (Mongolia)

Šinžlėch Uchaany Akademi

Šinžlèh Uhaany Akademi.

ŠUA

Ulsyn Šinžlėch Uchaany Akademi

Монгол Улс Шинжлэх Ухааны Академи

Монголын Шинжлэх Ухааны Академи.

Монгольская академия наук

Шинжлэх Ухааны Академи (Mongolia)

몽골 과학 아카데미

モンゴル科学アカデミー

蒙古科学院

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