Martin Zuschin
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Patterns and processes of shell fragmentation in modern and ancient marine environments
M Zuschin, M Stachowitsch, RJ Stanton Jr
Earth-Science Reviews 63 (1-2), 33-82, 2003
2622003
Changes in Paratethyan marine molluscs at the Early/Middle Miocene transition-diversity, palaeogeography and palaeoclimate
M Harzhauser, O Mandic, M Zuschin
Acta Geologica Polonica 53 (4), 323-339, 2003
1472003
Experimental measurement of shell strength and its taphonomic interpretation
M Zuschin, RJ Stanton Jr
Palaios 16 (2), 161-170, 2001
1382001
Tolerance of benthic macrofauna to hypoxia and anoxia in shallow coastal seas: a realistic scenario
B Riedel, M Zuschin, M Stachowitsch
Marine Ecology Progress Series 458, 39-52, 2012
932012
A comparison of living and dead molluscs on coral reef associated hard substrata in the northern Red Sea—implications for the fossil record
M Zuschin, J Hohenegger, FF Steininger
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 159 (1-2), 167-190, 2000
782000
Oxygen depletion under glass: Behavioural responses of benthic macrofauna to induced anoxia in the Northern Adriatic
B Riedel, M Zuschin, A Haselmair, M Stachowitsch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 367 (1), 17-27, 2008
732008
Subtropical coral-reef associated sedimentary facies characterized by molluscs (Northern Bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt)
M Zuschin, J Hohenegger
Facies 38 (1), 229-254, 1998
701998
Molluscan assemblages on coral reefs and associated hard substrata in the northern Red Sea
M Zuschin, J Hohenegger, F Steininger
Coral Reefs 20 (2), 107-116, 2001
672001
Oxygen isotopes and MgCO3 in brachiopod calcite and a new paleotemperature equation
U Brand, K Azmy, MA Bitner, A Logan, M Zuschin, R Came, E Ruggiero
Chemical Geology 359, 23-31, 2013
652013
Bivalves and bivalve habitats in the northern Red Sea
M Zuschin, PG Oliver
Naturhistorisches Museum, 2003
632003
Effect of hypoxia and anoxia on invertebrate behaviour: ecological perspectives from species to community level
B Riedel, T Pados, K Pretterebner, L Schiemer, A Steckbauer, ...
Biogeosciences (BG) 11 (6), 1491-1518, 2014
622014
Oxygen depletion and benthic mortalities: the first in situ experimental approach to documenting an elusive phenomenon
M Stachowitsch, B Riedel, M Zuschin, R Machan
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 5 (10), 344-352, 2007
622007
The paleoenvironment of an early Middle Miocene Paratethys sequence in NE Austria with special emphasis on paleoecology of mollusks and foraminifera
O Mandic, M Harzhauser, S Spezzaferri, M Zuschin
Geobios 35, 193-206, 2002
612002
Structural features and taphonomic pathways of a high‐biomass epifauna in the northern Gulf of Trieste, Adriatic Sea
M ZUSCHIN, M STACHOWITSCH, P PERVESLER, H KOLLMANN
Lethaia 32 (4), 299-316, 1999
581999
Influence of size-sorting on diversity estimates from tempestitic shell beds in the middle Miocene of Austria
M Zuschin, M Harzhauser, O Mandic
Palaios 20 (2), 142-158, 2005
542005
Foraminiferal survival after long-term in situ experimentally induced anoxia
D Langlet, E Geslin, C Baal, E Metzger, F Lejzerowicz, B Riedel, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (11), 7463, 2013
522013
STRATIGRAPHY AND CORRELATION O THE GRUND ORMATION IN THE MOLASSE BASIN, NORTHEASTERN AUSTRIA (MIDDLE MIOCENE, LOWER BADENIAN)
S ÆORIÆ, M HARZHAUSER, J HOHENEGGER, O MANDIC, ...
Geologica Carpathica 55 (2), 2004
512004
Foraminiferal species responses to in situ, experimentally induced anoxia in the Adriatic Sea
D Langlet, C Baal, E Geslin, E Metzger, M Zuschin, B Riedel, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (7), 1775, 2014
452014
Intensities of drilling predation of molluscan assemblages along a transect through the northern Gulf of Trieste (Adriatic Sea)
JA Sawyer, M Zuschin
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 285 (3-4), 152-173, 2010
452010
The stratigraphic and sedimentologic framework of fine-scale faunal replacements in the Middle Miocene of the Vienna Basin (Austria)
M Zuschin, M Harzhauser, O Mandic
Palaios 22 (3), 285-295, 2007
442007
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