John Warren Huntley
John Warren Huntley
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Strong coupling of predation intensity and diversity in the Phanerozoic fossil record
JW Huntley, M Kowalewski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (38), 15006-15010, 2007
1832007
1.3 billion years of acritarch history: an empirical morphospace approach
JW Huntley, S Xiao, M Kowalewski
Precambrian Research 144 (1-2), 52-68, 2006
1132006
The latest Ediacaran Wormworld fauna: setting the ecological stage for the Cambrian Explosion
JD Schiffbauer, JW Huntley, GR O’Neil, SAF Darroch, M Laflamme, Y Cai
GSA Today 26 (11), 4-11, 2016
602016
Exceptionally preserved fossil assemblages through geologic time and space
AD Muscente, JD Schiffbauer, J Broce, M Laflamme, K O'Donnell, ...
Gondwana Research 48, 164-188, 2017
502017
Stratigraphic paleoecology of the Valle di Manche section (Crotone Basin, Italy): a candidate GSSP of the Middle Pleistocene
D Scarponi, JW Huntley, L Capraro, S Raffi
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 402, 30-43, 2014
372014
Trace fossil evidence of trematode—bivalve parasite—host interactions in deep time
JW Huntley, K De Baets
Advances in Parasitology 90, 201-231, 2015
212015
Testing limiting similarity in Quaternary terrestrial gastropods
JW Huntley, Y Yanes, M Kowalewski, C Castillo, A Delgado-Huertas, ...
Paleobiology 34 (3), 378-388, 2008
212008
Increase in predator-prey size ratios throughout the Phanerozoic history of marine ecosystems
AA Klompmaker, M Kowalewski, JW Huntley, S Finnegan
Science 356 (6343), 1178-1180, 2017
202017
Geographic variation of parasitic and predatory traces on mollusks in the northern Adriatic Sea, Italy: implications for the stratigraphic paleobiology of biotic interactions
JW Huntley, D Scarponi
Paleobiology 41 (1), 134-153, 2015
202015
Evolutionary and ecological implications of trematode parasitism of modern and fossil northern Adriatic bivalves
JW Huntley, D Scarponi
Paleobiology 38 (1), 40-51, 2012
202012
Decoupling biogeochemical records, extinction, and environmental change during the Cambrian SPICE event
JD Schiffbauer, JW Huntley, DA Fike, MJ Jeffrey, JM Gregg, KL Shelton
Science advances 3 (3), e1602158, 2017
182017
Predation in the marine fossil record: studies, data, recognition, environmental factors, and behavior
AA Klompmaker, PH Kelley, D Chattopadhyay, JC Clements, JW Huntley, ...
Earth-science reviews 194, 472-520, 2019
172019
A continuous multi-millennial record of surficial bivalve mollusk shells from the São Paulo Bight, Brazilian shelf
TA Dexter, DS Kaufman, RA Krause Jr, SLB Wood, MG Simões, ...
Quaternary Research 81 (2), 274-283, 2014
172014
Towards establishing a modern baseline for paleopathology: trace-producing parasites in a bivalve host
JW Huntley
Journal of Shellfish Research 26 (1), 253-259, 2007
172007
A complete Holocene record of trematode–bivalve infection and implications for the response of parasitism to climate change
JW Huntley, FT Fürsich, M Alberti, M Hethke, C Liu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (51), 18150-18155, 2014
162014
Predation on modern and fossil brachiopods: assessing chemical defenses and palatability
CL Tyler, LR Leighton, SJ Carlson, JW Huntley, M Kowalewski
Palaios 28 (10), 724-735, 2013
162013
On the morphological history of Proterozoic and Cambrian acritarchs
JW Huntley, S Xiao, M Kowalewski
Neoproterozoic geobiology and paleobiology, 23-56, 2006
162006
Surges in trematode prevalence linked to centennial-scale flooding events in the Adriatic
D Scarponi, M Azzarone, M Kowalewski, JW Huntley
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-6, 2017
152017
Exploratory multivariate techniques and their utility for understanding ancient ecosystems
JW Huntley
Quantifying the Evolution of Early Life, 23-48, 2011
142011
Significance of detrended correspondence analysis (DCA) in palaeoecology and biostratigraphy: a case study from the upper cretaceous of Egypt
W Ayoub-Hannaa, JW Huntley, FT Fürsich
Journal of African Earth Sciences 80, 48-59, 2013
122013
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