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Evaluating the predicted extinction risk of living amphibian species with the fossil record
M Tietje, MO Rödel
Ecology Letters 21 (8), 1135-1142, 2018
202018
Diversity partitioning in Phanerozoic benthic marine communities
R Hofmann, M Tietje, M Aberhan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (1), 79-83, 2019
172019
Predicting extinction from fossil trajectories of geographical ranges in benthic marine molluscs
M Tietje, W Kiessling
Journal of Biogeography 40 (4), 790-799, 2013
122013
Evolutionary and ecophenotypic controls on bivalve body size distributions following the end-Permian mass extinction
WJ Foster, J Gliwa, C Lembke, AC Pugh, R Hofmann, M Tietje, S Varela, ...
Global and Planetary Change 185, 103088, 2020
112020
Global variation in diversification rate and species richness are unlinked in plants
M Tietje, A Antonelli, WJ Baker, R Govaerts, SA Smith, WL Eiserhardt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (27), e2120662119, 2022
72022
Chemostratigraphy Across the Permian‐Triassic Boundary: The Effect of Sampling Strategies on Carbonate Carbon Isotope Stratigraphic Markers
M Schobben, F Heuer, M Tietje, A Ghaderi, D Korn, C Korte, PB Wignall
Chemostratigraphy Across Major Chronological Boundaries, 159-181, 2018
42018
Contradicting habitat type-extinction risk relationships between living and fossil amphibians
M Tietje, MO Rödel
Royal Society open science 4 (5), 170051, 2017
42017
The effect of geographic range and climate on extinction risk in the deep-time amphibian fossil record
M Tietje, MO Rödel, M Schobben
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 537, 109414, 2020
22020
The Darwinian shortfall in plants: phylogenetic knowledge is driven by range size
AV Rudbeck, M Sun, M Tietje, RV Gallagher, R Govaerts, SA Smith, ...
Ecography 2022 (8), e06142, 2022
12022
Testing tropical biogeographical regions using the palm family as a model clade
LESF Hansen, WJ Baker, M Tietje, WL Eiserhardt
Journal of Biogeography 48 (10), 2502-2511, 2021
12021
Combining paleontological and neontological data to assess the extinction risk of amphibians
M Tietje
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2019
12019
Larger is not better: no mate preference by European common frog (Rana temporaria) males
C Dittrich, M Tietje, MO Rödel
Behaviour 1 (aop), 1-18, 2022
2022
Socioeconomics and biogeography jointly drive geographic biases in our knowledge of plant traits: a global assessment of the Raunkiaerian shortfall in plants
BS Maitner, R Gallagher, JC Svenning, M Tietje, EH Wenk, WL Eiserhardt
bioRxiv, 2022.09. 26.509556, 2022
2022
Global patterns of plant diversity and their evolutionary drivers
M Tietje, WJ Baker, R Govaerts, SA Smith, M Sun, WL Eiserhardt
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 9733, 2020
2020
Primary productivity, deoxygenation, and the Gulliver-absence effect determine bivalve body size following the end-Permian mass extinction
M Tietje, WJ Foster, J Gliwa, C Lembke, A Pugh, R Hofmann, S Varela, ...
EGU2020, 2020
2020
BioExtreme hackathon en el Museum für Naturkunde de Berlín, Alemania
S Varela, E Sbrocco, P Tarroso, A Pérez-Luque, J Renaudie, N Warnstädt, ...
Ecosistemas 28 (1), 129-129, 2019
2019
Climate influences the impact of geographic range size on extinction risk of amphibians.
M Tietje, MO Rödel, M Schobben
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Biotic controls on Phanerozoic biodiversity.
R Hofmann, M Tietje, M Aberhan
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Predicting extinction risk of living amphibian species with the fossil record
M Tietje, MO Rödel
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
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