PD Dr. Michael Hautmann

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  • SMITH, C.P.A., LAVILLE, T., FARA, E., ESCARGUEL, G., OLIVIER, N., VENNIN, E., GOUDEMAND, N., BYLUND, K.G., JENKS, J.F., STEPHEN, D.A., HAUTMANN, M., CHARBONNIER, S., KRUMENACKER, L.J. & BRAYARD, A. (2021): Exceptional fossil assemblages confirm the existence of complex Early Triassic ecosystems during the early Spathian. Scientific Reports 11, 19657. Link
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2021): Extinction: end-Triassic mass extinction. eLS, Vol 2: 1-15, 2021. Link
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M. & BUCHER, H. (2021). The main stage of recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction: taxonomic rediversification and ecologic reorganization of marine level-bottom communities during the Middle Triassic. PeerJ 9:e11654 Link
  • HAUTMANN, M., FRIESENBICHLER, E., GRĂDINARU, E., JATTIOT, R. & BUCHER, H. (2021). New Triassic Aviculopectinoidea (Bivalvia), with notes on the taxonomic concept of the superfamily. - Journal of Paleontology 95(2): 291-297.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., GRĂDINARU, E., & BUCHER, H. (2021). A highly diverse bivalve fauna from a Bithynian (Anisian, Middle Triassic) Tubiphytes‐microbial buildup in North Dobrogea (Romania). - Papers in Palaeontology 7(1): 447-495.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2020). What is macroevolution? - Palaeontology 63(1), 1 - 11. [most read Palaeontology acticle in 2020] Link
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., NÜTZEL, A., URLICHS, M. & BUCHER, H. (2019). Palaeoecology of Late Ladinian (Middle Triassic) benthic faunas from the Schlern/Sciliar and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi area (South Tyrol, Italy). - PALZ 93: 1-29.
  • LINNEMANN,U., OVTCHAROVA, M., SCHALTEGGER, U., GÄRTNER, A., HAUTMANN, M., GEYER, G., VICKERS-RICH, P. RICH, T., PLESSEN, B., HOFMANN, M., ZIEGER, J., KRAUSE, R., KRIESFELD, L., SMITH, J. (2019). New high-resolution age data from the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary indicate rapid, ecologically driven onset of the Cambrian explosion. - Terra Nova 31: 49-58.
  • BROSSE, M., BUCHER, H., BAUD, A., FRISK, A., GOUDEMAND, N., HAGDORN, H., NÜTZEL, A., WARE, D., & HAUTMANN, M. (2019). New data from Oman indicate benthic high biomass productivity coupled with low taxonomic diversity in the aftermath of the Permian-Triassic Boundary mass extinction. - Lethaia 52: 165-187.
  • NÜTZEL, A., WARE, D., BUCHER, H., HAUTMANN, M., ROOHI, G., Ur-REHMAN, K. & YASEEN, A. (2018): An Early Triassic (Dienerian) microgastropod assemblage from the Salt Range, Pakistan and its implication for gastropod recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction. - Bulletin of Geosciences 93:1.
  • HAUTMANN, M., WARE, D. & BUCHER, H. (2017): Geologically oldest oysters were epizoans on Early Triassic ammonoids. - Journal of Molluscan Studies 83 (3): 253-260.
  • BRAYARD, A., KRUMENACKER, L.J., BOTTING, J.P., JENKS, J.F., BYLUND, K.G., FARA, E., VENNIN, E., OLIVIER, N., GOUDEMAND, N., SAUCÈDE, T., CHARBONNIER, S., ROMANO, C., DOGUZHAEVA, L., THUY, B., HAUTMANN, M., STEPHEN, D.A., THOMAZO, C. & ESCARGUEL, G. (2017): Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna. - Science Advances 3, e1602159.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., Bucher, H. (2017): Diversity partitioning in Permian and Early Triassic benthic ecosystems of the Western USA: A comparison. - Historical Biology 29 (7): 918-930.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2016): Diversity partitioning in Jurassic level-bottom communities. - Historical Biology 28(6): 849-857.
  • JATTIOT R., BUCHER H., BRAYARD, A., MONNET, C., JENKS, J. & HAUTMANN, M. (2016): Revision of the genus Anasibirites Mojsisovics, 1896 (Ammonoidea): an iconic and cosmopolitan taxon of the late Smithian (Early Triassic) extinction. - Papers in Palaeontology 2(1): 155-188.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BAGHERPOUR, B., BROSSE, M., FRISK, Å., HOFMANN, R., BAUD, A., NÜTZEL, GOUDEMAND, N. & BUCHER, H. (2015): Competition in slow motion: The unusual case of benthic marine communities in the wake of the end-Permian mass extinction. - Palaeontology 58(5): 871-901.
  • BRAYARD, A., MEIER, M., ESCARGUEL, G., FARA, E., NÜTZEL, A., OLIVIER, N., BYLUND, K., JENKS, J., STEPHEN, D., HAUTMANN, M., VENNIN, E. & BUCHER, H. (2015): Early Triassic Gulliver gastropods: spatio-temporal distribution and significance for the biotic recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction. - Earth-Science Reviews 146: 31-64.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., & BUCHER, H. (2015): Recovery dynamics of benthic marine communities from the Lower Triassic Werfen Formation (northern Italy). - Lethaia 48: 474-496.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2014). Interview text. Pp. 37-44 in Sánchez-Villagra, M. & MacLeod, N. (eds): Issues in Palaeobiology: a Global View. Interviews and Essays. Scidinge Hall, Zurich.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., BRAYARD, A., NÜTZEL, A., BYLUND, K.G., JENKS, J.F., VENNIN, E., OLIVIER, N., and BUCHER, H. (2014): Recovery of benthic marine communities from the end-Permian mass extinction at the low-latitudes of Eastern Panthalassa. - Palaeontology 57(3): 547-589.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2014): Diversification and diversity partitioning. - Paleobiology 40(2): 162-176.
  • KOLAR-JURKOVŠEK, T., VUKS, V. JA., ALJINOVIĆ, D., HAUTMANN, M., KAIM, A. & JURKOVŠEK, B. (2013): Fauna, stratigraphy and depositional environment of the Olenekian (Lower Triassic) of Studorski preval (Julian Alps, Slovenia). - Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 83: 213-227.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., & BUCHER, H. (2013): A new paleoecological look at the Dinwoody Formation (Lower Triassic, Western U.S.): intrinsic versus extrinsic controls on ecosystem recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction. - Journal of Paleontology 87(5): 854-880.
  • KAIM, A., NÜTZEL, A., HAUTMANN, M. & Bucher, H. (2013): Early Triassic gastropods from Salt Range, Pakistan. - Bulletin of Geosciences 88(3): 505-516.
  • HAUTMANN, M., SMITH, A. B., McGOWAN, A. J. & BUCHER, H. (2013): Bivalves from the Olenekian (Early Triassic) of southwestern Utah: Systematics and evolutionary significance. - Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 11(3): 263-293.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., WASMER, M. and BUCHER, H. (2013): Palaeoecology of the Virgin Formation (Utah, USA) and its implications for the Early Triassic recovery. - Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58 (1): 149-173.
  • HAUTMANN, M. & HAGDORN, H. (2013): Oysters and oyster-like bivalves from the Middle Triassic Muschelkalk of the Germanic Basin. - Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87: 19-32.
  • MCROBERTS, C. A., KRYSTYN, L. & HAUTMANN, M. (2012): Macrofaunal response to the late Triassic mass extinction in the West-Tethys (Kössen Basin, Austria). - Palaios 27: 607-616. (Featured Article BioOne November 2012).
  • WASMER, M., HAUTMANN, M., HERMANN, E., WARE, D., ROOHI, G., UR-REHMAN, K., YASEEN, A., and BUCHER, H. (2012): Olenekian (Early Triassic) bivalves from the Salt Range and Surghar Range, Pakistan. - Palaeontology 55 (5): 1043-1073.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2012): Extinction: end-Triassic mass extinction. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0001655.pub3
  • HERMANN, E., HOCHULI, P.A., BUCHER, H., BRÜHWILER, T., HAUTMANN, M., WARE, D., WEISSERT, H., ROOHI, G., YASEEN, A. & REHMAN, K. (2011): Climatic oscillations at the onset of the Mesozoic inferred from palynological records from the North Indian Margin. Journal of the Geological Society London 169: 227-237.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2011). Suborder Entoliidina Hautmann, nov.; Family Pleuronectitidae Hautmann, nov.; Family Antijaniridae Hautmann, nov.; Family Ornithopectinidae Hautmann, nov. - In CARTER et al., A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). Paleontological Contributions 4: 1-47.
  • HOFMANN, R., GOUDEMAND, N., WASMER, M., BUCHER, H. & HAUTMANN, M. (2011): New trace fossil evidence for an early recovery signal in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. - Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 310:216-226.
  • CARTER, J. G. & HAUTMANN, M. (2011): Shell microstructure of the basal pectinid Pleuronectites laevigatus: implications for pectinoid phylogeny (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pteriomorphia). - Journal of Paleontology 85 (3): 464-467.
  • HERMANN, E., HOCHULI, P.A., BUCHER, H., BRÜHWILER, T., HAUTMANN, M., WARE, D. & ROOHI, G. (2011): Terrestrial ecosystems on North Gondwana in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. - Gondwana Research 20: 630-637.
  • WARE, D., JENKS, J. F., HAUTMANN, M. & BUCHER, H. (2011): Dienerian (Early Triassic) ammonoids from the Candelaria Hills (Nevada, USA) and their significance for palaeobiogeography and palaeoceanography. - Swiss Journal of Geosciences 104: 161-181.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H., BRÜHWILER, T., GOUDEMAND, N., KAIM, A. & NÜTZEL, A. (2011): An unusually diverse mollusc fauna from the earliest Triassic of South China and its implications for benthic recovery after the end-Permian biotic crisis. - Geobios 44: 71-85. doi:10.1016/j.geobios.2010.07.004
  • BRAYARD, A., NÜTZEL, A., KAIM, A., ESCARGUEL, G., HAUTMANN, M., STEPHEN, D.A., BYLUND, K.G. JENKS, J. & BUCHER, H. (2011): Gastropod evidence against the Early Triassic Lilliput effect: REPLY. - Geology 39, e233, doi:10.1130/G31765Y.1.
  • HAUTMANN, M., AGHABABALOU, B. & KRYSTYN, L. (2011): An unusual Late Triassic nuculid bivalve with divaricate shell ornamentation and the evolutionary history of divaricate ribs in Triassic bivalves. - Journal of Paleontology 85 (1), 22-28.
  • HERMANN, E., HOCHULI, P. A., MÉHAY, S., BUCHER, H., BRÜHWILER, T., WARE, D., HAUTMANN, M., ROOHI, G., REHMAN, K. & YASEEN, A. (2011): Organic matter and palaeoenvironmental signals in the Early Triassic of the Salt Range and Surghar Range. - Sedimentary Geology 234: 19-41.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2010): The first scallop. - Paläontologische Zeitschrift 84: 317-322.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2009): Das grösste Massenaussterben der Erdgeschichte. - pp. 30-38 in: Furrer, H. & Haffner, M. (eds), Massenaussterben, Zürich (Paläontologisches Institut und Museum).
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2009): Modesticoncha, a new name for Modestella Hautmann, 2001 (Bivalvia, Trigonoida) [non Modestella Owen, 1961 (Brachiopoda, Terebratulida)] - Journal of Paleontology 83 (2): 315.
  • HAUTMANN, M., STILLER, F., CAI HUAWEI & SHA JINGENG (2008): Extinction-recovery pattern of level-bottom faunas across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary in Tibet: implications for potential killing mechanisms. - Palaios 23: 711-718.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BENTON, M.J. & TOMAŠOVÝCH, A. (2008): Catastrophic ocean acidification at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. - Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 249 (1): 119-127. [Editors' choice paper in Science 321, p. 893 (2008)]
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2008): Taxonomy and phylogeny of the Triassic bivalve families Mysidiellidae Cox, 1964 and Healeyidae new family. - Journal of Paleontology 82(3): 555-564.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2007): Steuerungsfaktoren globaler Biodiversifizierungsmuster am Beispiel frühmesozoischer Muscheln. - Beringeria 37:61-74.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2006): Shell morphology and phylogenetic origin of oysters. - Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 240: 668-671.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2006): Shell mineralogical trends in epifaunal Mesozoic bivalves and their relationship to seawater chemistry and atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. - Facies 52: 417-433.
  • GEYER, G., HAUTMANN, M., HAGDORN, H., OCKERT, W. & STRENG, M. (2005): Well preserved molluscs from the Lower Keuper (Ladinian) of Hohenlohe (Southwest Germany). - Paläontologische Zeitschrift 79 (4): 429-460.
  • HAUTMANN, M. & NÜTZEL, A. (2005): First record of a heterodont bivalve (Mollusca) from the Early Triassic: Palaeoecological significance and implications for the "Lazarus problem". - Palaeontology 48 (2): 1131-1138.
  • FÜRSICH, F. T., HAUTMANN, M., SENOWBARI-DARYAN, B. & SEYED-EMAMI, K. (2005): The Upper Triassic Nayband and Darkuh formations of east-central Iran: Stratigraphy, facies patterns and biota of extensional basins on an accreted terrane. - Beringeria 35: 53-133.
  • FÜRSICH, F. T. & HAUTMANN, M. (2005): Bivalve reefs from the upper Triassic of Iran. - Annali dell' Università di Ferrara, sezione Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica. Special volume in honour of Carmela Loriga: 13-23.
  • HAUTMANN, M. & GOLEJ, M. (2004): Terquemia (Dentiterquemia) eudesdeslongchampsi new subgenus and species, an interesting cementing bivalve from the Lower Jurassic of the western Carpathians (Slovakia) - Journal of Paleontology 78 (6): 1086-1090.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2004): Effect of end-Triassic CO2 maximum on carbonate sedimentation and marine mass extinction. - Facies 50: 257-261.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2004): Early Mesozoic evolution of alivincular bivalve ligaments and its implications for the timing of the "Mesozoic marine revolution". - Lethaia 37: 165-172.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2003). Notes on Gruenewaldia WÖHRMANN, 1889 (Bivalvia, Trigoniida). - Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2003 (3): 145-152.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2001): Die Muschelfauna der Nayband-Formation (Obertrias, Nor-Rhät) des östlichen Zentraliran [The bivalve fauna of the Upper Triassic Nayband-Formation of east-central Iran]. - Beringeria 29, 181 pp., 37 pls. download at: Link
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2001): Taxonomy and phylogeny of cementing Triassic Bivalves (Families Prospondylidae, Plicatulidae, Dimyidae and Ostreidae). - Palaeontology 44 (2): 339-373, 8 pls.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (1997): Geochemische Untersuchungen im Unteren Muschelkalk bei Jena (Thüringen) [Geochemical analyses of Lower Muschelkalk carbonates from Jena (Thuringia)]. - Zeitschrift für geologische Wissenschaften 25 (5/6): 599-616.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (1996): Geochemische und mikrofazielle Untersuchungen im Unteren Muschelkalk bei Jena [Geochemistry and microfacies of the Lower Muschelkalk carbonates from Jena (Thuringia)] - 136 pp., Universität Bonn [master thesis].

SELECTED ABSTRACTS

  • HAUTMANN, M., FRIESENBICHLER, E., & BUCHER, H. (2020):Evolutionary ecology of benthic marine communities in the wake of the end-Permian mass extinction. 18th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Zürich.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2019): ''The impact of the resurgence of carbonate platforms on the rediversification of level-bottom faunas after the end-Permian mass extinction. 63rd Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association, Valencia, 15th-21st December, p. 33.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2019): Palaeoecology of benthic macroinvertebrates from three Middle Triassic carbonate platforms. Abstract Volume 17th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Fribourg, 22nd-23rd November, p. 122.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2019): Palaeoecology of benthic faunas from three Middle Triassic carbonate platforms. Abstracts of the 90th Annual Meeting of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Munich, 15th-18th September 2019, p. 45.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., GRADINARU, E., BUCHER, H. (2019): A highly diverse early Middle Triassic bivalve fauna from North Dobrogea (Romania) and its implication for bivalve recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 7-12 April 2019, Vol. 21.
  • LINNEMANN, U., OVTCHAROVA, M., SCHALTEGGER, U., GÄRTNER, A., HAUTMANN, M., GEYER, G., VICKERS-RICH, P., RICH, T., PLESSEN, B., HOFMANN, M., ZIEGER, J., KRAUSE, R., KRIESFELD, L., & SMITH, J. (2018): New high-resolution age data from the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary (South Namibia) indicate rapid, ecologically-driven onset of the Cambrian explosion. - International Conference on Ediacaran and Cambrian Sciences, 12th-16th August 2018, Xi' an, Abstract volume, p. 53-54.
  • FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., NÜTZEL, A., URLICHS, M., BUCHER, H. (2017): Palaeoecology of Late Ladinian (Middle Triassic) benthic faunas from the Schlern and Seiser Alm (South Tyrol, Italy). 15th Swiss Geoscience Meeting Abstract Volume, Davos, 17th-18th November 2017, 161-162.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2017): Ecology of the Early Triassic post-extinction world. GSA annual meeting, Paper No. 38-3 (invited presentation).
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2016): Patterns in alpha and beta diversity before and after the end-Permian mass extinction. 87th Annual Conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft Dresden September 11-15, 2016, abstract volume.
  • NÜTZEL, A., KAIM, A., BUCHER, H., VEIT, R., HAUTMANN, M., HAGDORN, H. & JATTIOT, R. (2014): Late Early Triassic benthic communities from Timor and their significance for the recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction event. GeoFrankfurt 2014, Frankfurt 21.-24. 9. 2014, Abtract: Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften 85: 29.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BROSSE, M., BAGHERPOUR, B., FRISK, Å., HOFMANN, R., BAUD, A., NÜTZEL, A. & BUCHER, H. (2014). Benthic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction: New insights from an exceptional lagerstätte of South China. GSA Annual Meeting Vancouver, British Columbia (19-22 October 2014).
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, SCHNEEBELI-HERMANN, E., BUCHER, H. (2013): Evidence for an intra-Early Triassic crisis of benthic ecosystems. Palaeontological Association 57th Annual Meeting Zürich, Programme and Abstracts p. 39.
  • HAUTMANN M., HOFMANN R., FRISK Å.M., BROSSE M. & BUCHER H. (2013): Diversification and diversity partitioning in Early Triassic benthic ecosystems. Palaeontological Association 57th Annual Meeting Zürich, Programme and Abstracts p. 39.
  • BUCHER, H., HOCHULI, P.A., GOUDEMAND, N., SCHNEEBELI-HERMANN E., ROMANO, C., HAUTMANN, M., HOFMANN, R., BRAYARD, A., VENNEMANN, T., & WEISSERT, H. 2013. Some like it hot: The Smithian Diversification-Extinction Model (Keynote). Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (Denver, 27-30 October), Paper No. 399-7.
  • FRISK, A. M., BUCHER, H., HAUTMANN, M., BAUD, A., BROSSE, M. & GUODUN K. (2012): Unusually diverse diverse mollusc assemblages from the Early Triassic (Griesbachian) of South China. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte (4-7 November 2012), paper 59-7.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2012): "…and they all lived happily ever after": Palaeoecology of benthic faunas in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. - Terra Nostra 2012/3, p. 81.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H. (2012): No rules or just many exceptions? Spatial and temporal trends in benthic recovery from low-latitude settings. - IGCP 572 closing conference, Eger Hungary.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, BUCHER, H., McGowan, A. J. & Smith, A. B. (2011): Palaeoecology and taxonomic composition of the Spathian Virgin Limestone Fauna: implications for benthic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction event. - The Palaeontological Association 55th Annual Meeting 17th-20th December 2011 Plymouth University, Programme and Abstracts, pp. 23-24.
  • JENKS, J., WARE, D. HAUTMANN, M. & BUCHER H. (2011): Dienerian (Early Triassic) ammonoids from the Candelaria Formation (west-central Nevada, USA) and their significance for paleobiogeography and paleoceanography. - Albertiana 40, p. 40.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, & BUCHER, H. (2011): Ecological structure and taxa distribution in near shore habitats of the Virgin Formation (south-western Utah): Implications for the Early Triassic recovery. - 9th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Abstract Volume, pp. 310-311.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2010): The Triassic radiation of bivalves. - Zitteliana, Series B 29: 44.
  • HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., GOUDEMAND, N., WASMER, M., and BUCHER, H. (2010): Complex colonisation patterns of benthic communities in the immediate aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction: New data from the Dolomites. In: Baud, A. and Bernecker, M. (eds): IGCP 572: Recovery of ecosystems after the Permian-Triassic mass extinction. Field workshop at GUtech, Muscat, Oman February 20-26, 2010, abstract book.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H., BRÜHWILER, T., GOUDEMAND, N., KAIM, A., and NÜTZEL, A. (2010): An unusually well preserved mollusc fauna from the earliest Triassic of South China: A unique window into the early survival phase after the end-Permian mass extinction event. In: Baud, A. and Bernecker, M. (eds): IGCP 572: Recovery of ecosystems after the Permian-Triassic mass extinction. Field workshop at GUtech, Muscat, Oman February 20-26, 2010, abstract book.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2010): The end-Permian and end-Triassic mass extinction events: causes, consequences, and implications for global change scenarios. - NGF 2010 (1): 66.
  • HOFMANN, R. & HAUTMANN, M. (2009): Recovery of benthic marine communities after the end-Permian mass extinction: New data from the Werfen Formation (South Tirol/Italy). - Terra Nostra 2009/3: 52.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2009): New data on the basal pectinid Pleuronectites: implications for the phylogeny of a major clade of bivalve molluscs. - Terra Nostra 2009/3: 47.
  • BUCHER, H., HOCHULI, P.A., ESCARGUEL, G., HAUTMANN, GOUDEMAND, N., BRÜHWILER, T., BRAYARD, A., HERMANN, E., GALFETTI, T. & WARE, D. (2008): The Early Triassic Biotic Recovery: a multiproxy approach. - GSA annual meeting, Huston, paper 125-10.
  • HAUTMANN, M., BUCHER, H., NÜTZEL, A., BRÜHWILER, T., GOUDEMAND, N. & BRAYARD, A. (2008): Recovery of Benthos versus Nekton after the End-Permian Mass Extinction Event. A Preliminary Comparison. - GSA annual meeting, Huston, paper 285-14.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2007): Evidence for a global ocean acidification event at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. IGCP 506: Jurassic marine-nonmarine correlation, University of Bristol 4-8 July, abstract volume: 25-26.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2006): Extinction and recovery of bivalves in the late Palaeozoic - early Mesozoic. - Norsk Geologisk Forening (NGF) 2006 (3): 58.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2006): Key events in the early Mesozoic evolution of bivalves. In: MALCHUS, N. & PONS, J.M. (eds), Bivalvia 2006, International Congress on Bivalvia, Scientific Program and Abstracts, 43-44; Barcelona.
  • HAUTMANN, M., STILLER, F., HUAWEI CAI & JINGENG SHA (2005): An unusual post-extinction bivalve fauna from the Triassic-Jurassic transition near Germig, southern Tibet - a preliminary report. In: JINGENG SHA & YONGDONG WANG (Hrsg.), International symposium on the Jurassic boundary events, 19-21, Nanjing.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2005): Die Rediversifizierung von Muscheln nach dem endpermischen Massenaussterben. - Berichte des Institutes für Erdwissenschaften, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz 10: 38-39.
  • NÜTZEL, A. & HAUTMANN, M. (2004): Das Sinbad Limestone Member (Moenkopi Formation, U.S.A.) - eine untertriassische Fossillagerstätte von Weltgeltung. - In: Reitner, J., Reich, M. & SCHMIDT, G. (Hrsg.): Geobiologie. 74. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Göttingen, 02. bis 08. Oktober. Kurzfassungen der Vorträge und Poster, 179-180, Göttingen (Universitätsdrucke).
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2003): Mineralogical changes in the shell of epifaunal bivalves at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. In: Michalík, J., (ed.): IGCP 458: Triassic/Jurassic boundary events: 28-29; Bratislava.
  • HAUTMANN, M. (2003): Auswirkungen physikochemischer Veränderungen des Meerwassers auf die Schalenmineralogie von epifaunalen mesozoischen Muscheln. - Terra nostra 2003/5: 63.
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