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December 7, 2018
Dec 7 2018
Combined effects of warming and hypoxia explain the severity and biogeography of end-Permian extinction in the oceans. See also a Perspectives piece by Lee Kump and coverage in the New York Times, among other outlets.

Latest Publications

Gearty et al 2018 PNAS

Gearty WA, McClain CR, and Payne JL. 2018. Energetic tradeoffs control the size distribution of aquatic mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America115:4194-4199. DOI:10.1073/pnas.1712629115

Keating-Bitonti and Payne 2018

Keating-Bitonti CR and Payne JL. 2018. Environmental influence on growth history in marine benthic foraminifera. Paleobiology 44:736-757. DOI:10.1017/pab.2018.19

McClain et al 2018 Paleobiology

McClain CR, Heim NA, Knope ML, and Payne JL. 2018. Is biodiversity energy-limited or unbounded? A test in fossil and modern bivalves. Paleobiology44:385-401. DOI:10.1017/pab.2018.4

Featured Publications

Bachan et al 2017 AJS

Bachan A, Lau KV, Saltzman MR, Thomas E, Kump LR, and Payne JL. A model for the decrease in amplitude of carbon isotope excursions across the Phanerozoic. American Journal of Science 317:641-676. DOI:10.2475/06.2017.01

Lau et al 2016 PNAS

Lau KV, Maher K, Altiner D, Kelley BM, Kump LR, Lehrmann DJ, Silva-Tamayo JC, Yu M, and Payne JL. 2016. Marine anoxia and delayed Earth system recovery after end-Permian extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113:2360-2365. DOI:10.1073/pnas.1515080113

Payne et al 2016 Science

Payne JL, Bush AM, Heim NA, Knope ML, McCauley DJ. 2016. Distinctive ecological selectivity of the emerging mass extinction in the oceans. Science 353:1284-1286. DOI:10.1126/science.aaf2416