Publications that have used Macrostrat

28. Peters, S.E., D.C. Kelly, and A. Fraass. 2013. Oceanographic controls on the diversity and extinction of planktonic foraminifera. Nature. 493:398-401.[link].
27. Benson, R.B.J., P.D. Mannion, R.J. Butler, P. Upchurch, A. Goswami, and S.E. Evans. 2012. Cretaceous tetrapod fossil record sampling and faunal turnover: implications for biogeography and the rise of modern clades. Palaeogeogrpahy, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. [link].
26. Rook, D.L., N.A. Heim, and J. Marcot. 2012.Contrasting patterns and connections of rock and biotic diversity in the marine and non-marine fossil records of North America.Palaeogeogrpahy, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. [link].
25. Halevy, I, S.E. Peters, and W.W. Fischer. 2012. Sulfate burial constraints on the Phanerozoic sulfur cycle. Science 337:331-334. doi:10.1126/science.1220224.[link].
24. Peters, S.E. and R.R. Gaines. 2012. Formation of the ‘Great Unconformity’ as a trigger for the Cambrian explosion. Nature 484:363-366. doi:10.1038/nature10969. [link].
23. Finnegan, S., N.A. Heim, S.E. Peters and W.W. Fischer. 2012. Climate change and the selective signature of the late Ordovician mass extinction. PNAS doi:10.1073/pnas.1117039109. [link].
22. Hannisdal, B. and S.E. Peters. 2011. Phanerozoic Earth system evolution and marine biodiversity. Science 334:1121-1124. [link].
21. Butler, R.J. et al. 2011. Sea level, dinosaur diversity and sampling biases: investigating the ‘common cause’ hypothesis in the terrestrial realm. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 278:1165-1170. [link].
20. Melott, A.L. and R.K. Bambach 2011. A ubquitous ~62-Myr periodic fluctuation superimposed on general trends in fossil biodiversity II. Evolutionary dynamics associated with period fluctuation in marine diversity. Paleobiology 37:369-382. [link].
19. Heim, N.A. and S.E. Peters. 2011. Regional environmental breadth predicts geographic range and longevity in fossil marine genera. PLoS One 6:(5) e18946; doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018946 [PDF].
18. Peters, S.E. and N.A. Heim. 2011. Macrostratigraphy and macroevolution in marine environments: testing the common-cause hypothesis. In, Smith, A.B., and A. McGowan, eds. Comparing the rock and fossil records: implications for biodiversity. Special Publication of the Geological Society of London 358:95-104. doi: 10.1144/SP358.7. [link]
17. Crampton, J.S., M. Foote, R.A. Cooper, A.G. Beu, and S.E. Peters. 2011. The fossil record and spatial structuring of environments and biodiversity in the Cenozoic of New Zealand. In, Smith, A.B., and A. McGowan (eds.). Comparing the rock and fossil records: implications for biodiversity. Special Publication of the Geological Society of London 358:105-122. doi: 10.1144/SP358.8. [link]
16. Peters, S.E. and N.A. Heim. 2011. The stratigraphic distribution of marine fossils in North America. Geology 39:259-262; doi: 10.1130/G31442.1. [PDF]
15. Finnegan, S., S.E. Peters, and W.W. Fischer. 2011. Late Ordovician-Early Silurian selective extinction patterns in Laurentia and their relationship to climate change. In J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano, and D. Garcia-Bellido, eds. Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominera 14: 155-159.
14. Meyers, S.R. and S.E. Peters. 2011. A 56 million year rhythm in North American sedimentation during the Phanerozoic. EPSL doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.12.044. [PDF]
13. Heim, N.A. and S.E. Peters. 2011. Covariation in macrostratigraphic and macroevolutionary patterns in the marine record of North America. GSA Bulletin 123:620-630. [PDF]
12. Peters, S.E. and N.A. Heim. 2010. The geological completeness of paleontological sampling in North America. Paleobiology 36:61-79. [PDF].
11. Marx, F.G. 2009. Marine mammals through time: when less is more in studying palaeodiversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 138:183-196. [link]
10. McGowan, A.J., and A. Smith. 2008. Are global Phanerozoic marine diversity curves truly global? A study of the relationship between regional rock records and global Phanerozoic marine diversity. Paleobiology 34:80-103. [link]
9. Mayhew, P.J., G.B. Jenkins, and T.G. Benton. 2008. Long-term association between global temperature and biodiversity, origination and extinction in the fossil record. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275:47-53. [link]
8. Peters, S.E. 2008. Environmental determinants of extinction selectivity in the fossil record. Nature 454:626-629. [PDF] [supplement]
7. Peters, S.E. 2008. Macrostratigraphy and its promise for paleobiology. Pp. 205-232 In P.H. Kelley and R.K. Bambach, eds. From evolution to geobiology: research questions driving paleontology at the start of a new century. The Paleontological Society Papers, Vol. 14. 9. [PDF]
6. Peters, S.E. and W.I. Ausich. 2008. A sampling-standardized macroevolutionary history for Ordovician-Early Silurian crinoids. Paleobiology 34:104-116. [PDF]
5. Smith, A.B. 2007. Marine diversity through the Phanerozoic: problems and prospects. Journal of the Geological Society, London 164:731-745. [link]
4. Peters, S.E. 2007. The problem with the Paleozoic. Paleobiology 33:165-181. [PDF]
3. Peters, S.E. 2006.  Genus extinction, origination, and the durations of sedimentary hiatuses. Paleobiology 32:387-407. [PDF]
2. Peters, S.E. 2006. Macrostratigraphy of North America. Journal of Geology 114:391-412. [PDF]
1. Peters, S.E. 2005. Geologic constraints on the macroevolutionary history of marine animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 102:12326-12331. [PDF]