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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:56-70.

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; Hagdorn, H (2013). Oysters and oyster-like bivalves from the Middle Triassic Muschelkalk of the Germanic Basin. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 87(1):19-32.

Hofmann, R; Hautmann, M; Wasmer, M; Bucher, H (2013). Palaeoecology of the Spathian Virgin Formation (Utah, USA) and its implications for the Early Triassic recovery. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 58(1):149-173.

Hermann, E; Hochuli, P A; Bucher, H; Brühwiler, T; Hautmann, M; Ware, D; Weissert, H; Roohi, G; Yaseen, A; Khalil-ur-Rehman (2012). Climatic oscillations at the onset of the Mesozoic inferred from palynological records from the North Indian Margin. Journal of the Geological Society, 169(2):227-237.

McRoberts, C A; Krystyn, L; Hautmann, M (2012). Macrofaunal response to the end-triassic mass extinction in the West-Tethyan Kossen basin, Austria. Palaios, 27(9):607-616.

Carter, J G; Hautmann, M; et al (2011). A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). Lawrence, Kan.: Paleontological Institute, University of Kansas.

Hautmann, M; Aghababalou, B; Krystyn, L (2011). An unusual Late Triassic nuculid bivalve with divaricate shell ornamentation, and the evolutionary history of oblique 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(1):71-85.

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.

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(1):e233.

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.

Hermann, E; Hochuli, P A; Méhay, S; Bucher, H; Brühwiler, T; Ware, D; Hautmann, M; Roohi, G; ur-Rehman, K; Yaseen, A (2011). Organic matter and palaeoenvironmental signals during the Early Triassic biotic recovery: the Salt Range and Surghar Range records. Sedimentary geology, 234:19-41.

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 following the end-Permian mass extinction. Gondwana research, 20:630-637.

Hautmann, M (2010). The first scallop. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 84:317-322.

Bucher, H; Furrer, H; Hautmann, M; Klug, C; Sanchez-Villagra, M R (2009). Massenaussterben und Evolution. Zürich: Paläontologisches Institut und Museum, Universität Zürich.

Hautmann, M; Benton, M J; Tomasových, A (2008). Catastrophic ocean acidification at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, 249(1):119-127.

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; Stiller, F; Cai, H; Sha, J (2008). Extinction-recovery pattern of level-bottom faunas across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary in Tibet: implications for potential killing mechanisms. Palaios, 23(10):711-718.

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