Publications by: Matthew A. Kosnik

Also publishes as (Mathew Kosnik, Mathew A. Kosnik)

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Kosnik, Mathew, Hua, Quan, Kaufman, Darrell S., and Wust, Raphael A. (2009) Taphonomic bias and time-averaging in tropical molluscan death assemblages: differential shell half-lives in Great Barrier Reef sediment. Paleobiology, 35 (4). pp. 565-586.

Kosnik, Matthew A., Kaufman, Darrell S., and Hua, Quan (2008) Identifying outliers and assessing the accuracy of amino acid racemization measurements for geochronology: I. Age calibration curves. Quaternary Geochronology, 3 (4). pp. 308-327.

Kosnik, Matthew A., and Kaufman, Darrell S. (2008) Identifying outliers and assessing the accuracy of amino acid racemization measurements for geochronology: II. Data screening. Quaternary Geochronology, 3 (4). pp. 328-341.

Kosnik, Matthew A., Hua, Quan, Jacobsen, Geraldine E., Kaufman, Darrell S., and Wust, Raphael A. (2007) Sediment mixing and stratigraphic disorder revealed by the age-structure of Tellina shells in Great Barrier Reef sediment. Geology, 35 (9). pp. 811-814.

Kosnik, Mathew A., Jablonski, David, Lockwood, Rowan, and Novakck-Gottshall, Philip M. (2006) Quantifying Molluscan body size in evolutionary and ecological analyses: maximizing the return on data-collection efforts. Palaios, 21 (6). pp. 588-597.

Wagner, Peter J., Kosnik, Mathew A., and Lidgard, Scott (2006) Abundance distributions imply elevated complexity of post-Paleozoic marine ecosystems. Science, 314 (5803). pp. 1289-1292.

Madin, Joshua, Alroy, John, Aberhan, Martin, Fursich, Franz, Kiessling, Wolfgang, Kosnik, Mathew, and Wagner, Peter (2006) Statistical independence of escalatory ecological trends in Phanerozoic marine invertebrates. Science, 312 (5775). pp. 897-900.

Behrensmeyer, Anna K., Fursich, Franz T., Gastaldo, Robert A., Kidwell, Susan M., Kosnik, Matthew A., Kowalewski, Michal, Plotnick, Roy E., Rogers, Raymond R., and Alroy, John (2005) Are the most durable shelly taxa also the most common in the marine fossil record? Paleobiology, 31 (4). pp. 607-623.

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