Peter Harries
Peter Harries
The Graduate School, NC State
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Phanerozoic trends in the global diversity of marine invertebrates
J Alroy, M Aberhan, DJ Bottjer, M Foote, FT Fürsich, PJ Harries, ...
Science 321 (5885), 97-100, 2008
The early Toarcian (Early Jurassic) and the Cenomanian–Turonian (Late Cretaceous) mass extinctions: similarities and contrasts
PJ Harries, CTS Little
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 154 (1-2), 39-66, 1999
A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)
JG Carter, CR Altaba, LC Anderson, R Araujo, AS Biakov, AE Bogan, ...
Paleontological Contributions 2011 (4), 1-47, 2011
Molluscan biostratigraphy of the Cretaceous western interior basin, North America
EG Kauffman, BB Sageman, JI Kirkland, WP Elder, PJ Harries, T Villamil
Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 39, 397-434, 1993
Models for biotic survival following mass extinction
PJ Harries, EG Kauffman, TA Hansen
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 102 (1), 41-60, 1996
The importance of crisis progenitors in recovery from mass extinction
EG Kauffman, PJ Harries
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 102 (1), 15-39, 1996
Treatise Online no. 48: Part N, Revised, Volume 1, Chapter 31: Illustrated Glossary of the Bivalvia
JG Carter, P Harries, N Malchus, A Sartori, L Anderson, R Bieler, A Bogan, ...
The University of Kansas, 2012
Effect of diagenesis on the Sr, O, and C isotope composition of late Cretaceous mollusks from the Western Interior Seaway of North America
JK Cochran, K Kallenberg, NH Landman, PJ Harries, D Weinreb, ...
American Journal of Science 310 (2), 69-88, 2010
What does the ‘Lilliput Effect’mean?
PJ Harries, PO Knorr
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 284 (1-2), 4-10, 2009
Early Cretaceous to Paleocene paleogeography of the Western Interior Seaway: the interaction of eustasy and tectonism
JS Slattery, WA Cobban, KC McKinney, PJ Harries, AL Sandness
Wyoming Geological Association Guidebook 2015, 22-60, 2015
Inoceramids and inoceramid biostratigraphy of the Campanian and Maastrichtian of the United States Western Interior Basin
I Walaszczyk, WA Cobban, PJ Harries
Revue de paléobiologie 20 (1), 117-234, 2001
Patterns of survival and recovery following the Cenomanian-Turonian (Late Cretaceous) mass extinction in the Western Interior Basin, United States
PJ Harries, EG Kauffman
Extinction Events in Earth History: Proceedings of the Project 216: Global …, 2005
Lower Turonian Euramerican Inoceramidae: a morphologic, taxonomic, and biostratigraphic overview
PJ Harries, EG Kauffman, JS Crampton, P Bengtson, S Cech, JA Crame, ...
Mitteilungen aus dem geologisch-paläontologischen Institut der Universität …, 1996
Effect of nutrient availability on marine origination rates throughout the Phanerozoic eon
AL Cárdenas, PJ Harries
Nature Geoscience 3 (6), 430-434, 2010
Dynamics of survival following the Cenomanian-Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) mass extinction event
PJ Harries
Cretaceous Research 14 (4-5), 563-583, 1993
Best-fit intervals and consensus sequences
PM Sadler, RA Cooper, PJ Harries
High-resolution approaches in stratigraphic paleontology 21, 49, 2008
Oxygen and carbon isotopic" dissection" of Baculites compressus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) from the Pierre Shale (upper Campanian) of South Dakota; implications for …
JW Fatherree, PJ Harries, TM Quinn
Palaios 13 (4), 376-385, 1998
Incidence and Kinds of Epizoans on the Shells of Live Nautilus
NH Landman, WB Saunders, JE Winston, PJ Harries
Nautilus: The Biology and Paleobiology of a Living Fossil, Reprint with …, 2010
Methane seeps as ammonite habitats in the US Western Interior Seaway revealed by isotopic analyses of well-preserved shell material
NH Landman, JK Cochran, NL Larson, J Brezina, MP Garb, PJ Harries
Geology 40 (6), 507-510, 2012
Paleoecology of giant Inoceramidae (Platyceramus) on a Santonian (Cretaceous) seafloor in Colorado
EG Kauffman, PJ Harries, C Meyer, T Villamil, C Arango, G Jaecks
Journal of Paleontology 81 (1), 64-81, 2007
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