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Mathias Harzhauser
Naturhistorisches Museum
Structural basinGeomorphologyFaunaGeologyPaleontology
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#2Michael C. Meyer (University of Innsbruck)H-Index: 15
Last. Fabian Auer (University of Innsbruck)
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Abstract In the Alpine foreland and the Vienna Basin loess-paleosol sequences (LPS) are common. Some of the most famous LPS sites in the circum-Alpine area include Stratzing, Gottweig, Willendorf, Krems-Wachtberg, and Stillfried, which cluster in a relatively small area along the Danube river in Lower Austria. LPS provide detailed insights into climate-driven, terrestrial palaeoenvironmental changes that can be placed into a robust chronological framework, because LPS are amenable to a range of ...
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#1Thomas A. Neubauer (University of Giessen)H-Index: 10
#2Barna Páll-Gergely (MTA: Hungarian Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 9
Last. Mathias Harzhauser (Naturhistorisches Museum)H-Index: 32
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Abstract Yu et al. (in press) recently described two new species of gastropods from the Cretaceous Burmese amber and attributed them to the marine family Epitoniidae. A close inspection of the images provided by Yu et al. indicates however that the species in question do not belong to that family or any marine gastropod group. In contrast, the two species are attributed here to the terrestrial operculate family Pupinidae (Cyclophoroidea) and tentatively to the genus Pseudopomatias. We briefly re...
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#1Alexandros Xafis (University of Vienna)H-Index: 2
#2Evangelia TsoukalaH-Index: 9
Last. Doris Nagel (University of Vienna)H-Index: 12
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#1Matthias Kranner (Naturhistorisches Museum)
#2Mathias Harzhauser (Naturhistorisches Museum)H-Index: 32
Last. Philipp StraussH-Index: 6
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#1Markus Reuter (Leipzig University)
#2Francesca Bosellini (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)H-Index: 17
Last. Mathias Harzhauser (Naturhistorisches Museum)H-Index: 32
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The present centre of coral diversity in the Western Indian Ocean is defined by the northern Mozambique Channel with an extension northward to Mafia Island in Tanzania (Eastern Africa). The geological and evolutionary history of this hotspot of marine biodiversity remains so far completely obscure, because Cenozoic fossil reef communities of this area are not well known. This study presents a new fossil scleractinian fauna from the Mikindani Formation in southern Tanzania. It comprises 16 symbio...
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#1Danae Thivaiou (UoA: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
#2Mathias Harzhauser (Naturhistorisches Museum)H-Index: 32
Last. Efterpi Koskeridou (UoA: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)H-Index: 8
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The early Miocene mollusc faunas from the Proto-Mediterranean Sea are still poorly-known. Herein, Aquitanian gastropod assemblages from the Felli section in NW Greece are described. Two assemblages were recovered, a low-diversity coastal mudflat assemblage dominated by Granulolabium plicatum (Bruguiere, 1792) and Mesohalina margaritacea (Brocchi, 1814), and a high-diversity marine assemblage dominated by Bittium larrieyense (Vignal, 1911). The marine assemblage yielded 44 species, of which three...
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#1Mathias HarzhauserH-Index: 32
#2Dörte TheobaltH-Index: 2
Last. Werner E. PillerH-Index: 29
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