Michael Hautmann

PD Dr. Michael Hautmann
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Paläontologisches Institut und Museum
Universität Zürich
Karl Schmid-Strasse 4
CH-8006 Zürich

Phone: +41 (0) 44 634 23 39
Phone2: +41 (0) 44 634 21 46
Fax: +41 (0) 44 634 49 23
E-mail: michael.hautmann(at)pim.uzh.ch
URL Institution: www.pim.uzh.ch

Key Publications of Michael Hautmann (up to ten) :
HAUTMANN, M. (2001): Taxonomy and phylogeny of cementing Triassic bivalves (Families Prospondylidae, Plicatulidae, Dimyidae and Ostreidae). – Palaeontology 44 (2): 339-373.
HAUTMANN, M. (2004): Effect of end-Triassic CO2 maximum on carbonate sedimentation and marine mass extinction. – Facies 50: 257-261.
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.
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. & TOMA*OV*CH, A. (2008): Catastrophic ocean acidification at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 249: 119-127 [Editors' choice paper in Science 321, p. 893 (2008)].
HAUTMANN, M. (2010): The first scallop. – Paläontologische Zeitschrift 84: 317-322.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
HAUTMANN, M. (2012): Extinction: End-Triassic mass extinction. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0001655.pub3
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.
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.
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.
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.
KAIM, A., NÜTZEL, A., HAUTMANN, M. & Bucher, H. (2013). Early Triassic gastropods from Salt Range, Pakistan. Bulletin of Geosciences 88(3): 505–516.
HOFMANN, R., HAUTMANN, M., and 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.
HAUTMANN, M. (2014). Diversification and diversity partitioning. – Paleobiology 40(2), 162–176.
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). 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., AND BUCHER, H. (2015): Recovery dynamics of benthic marine communities from the Lower Triassic Werfen Formation (northern Italy). – Lethaia 48: 474–496.
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.
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.
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. (2016): Diversity partitioning in Jurassic level-bottom communities. – Historical Biology 28(6): 849-857.
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.
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.
HAUTMANN, M., WARE, D. & BUCHER, H. (2017): Geologically oldest oysters were epizoans on Early Triassic ammonoids. Journal of Molluscan Studies 83 (3): 253-260.
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).
BROSSE, M., BUCHER, H., BAUD, A., FRISK, A., GOUDEMAND, N., HAGDORN, H., NÜTZEL, A., WARE, D., & HAUTMANN, M. (2018). 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, DOI 10.1111/let.12281.
FRIESENBICHLER, E., HAUTMANN, M., NÜTZEL, A., URLICHS, M. & BUCHER, H. (2018). Palaeoecology of Late Ladinian (Middle Triassic) benthic faunas from the Schlern/Sciliar and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi area (South Tyrol, Italy). PALZ.
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. (in press). New high-resolution age data from the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary indicate rapid, ecologically driven onset of the Cambrian explosion. Terra Nova.

Expertise of Michael Hautmann:
Expertise CategorySpecific Expertise
Expert TypeScientific / Fundamental Research
Topic HydrosphereOcean
Topic BiosphereAnimals
Topic Integrated SystemsCarbon Cycle
Topic EcosystemsMarine Ecosystems
Spatial ZonesCoastal Zone
Open Ocean
Time FramePast
MethodsData Analysis

Last update: 11/15/19
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