Gregory P. Dietl
Gregory P. Dietl
Paleontological Research Institution/ Cornell University
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Conservation paleobiology: putting the dead to work
GP Dietl, KW Flessa
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (1), 30-37, 2011
Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems
Science 335, 2017
Conservation paleobiology: leveraging knowledge of the past to inform conservation and restoration
GP Dietl, SM Kidwell, M Brenner, DA Burney, KW Flessa, ST Jackson, ...
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 43 (1), 79-103, 2015
The fossil record of shell-breaking predation on marine bivalves and gastropods
RR Alexander, GP Dietl
Predator—Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record, 141-176, 2003
History matters: ecometrics and integrative climate change biology
PD Polly, JT Eronen, M Fred, GP Dietl, V Mosbrugger, C Scheidegger, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1709), 1131-1140, 2011
The fossil record of predator-prey arms races: coevolution and escalation hypotheses
GP Dietl, PH Kelley
The Paleontological Society Papers 8, 353-374, 2002
Reduced competition and altered feeding behavior among marine snails after a mass extinction
GP Dietl, GS Herbert, GJ Vermeij
Science 306 (5705), 2229-2231, 2004
Coevolution of a marine gastropod predator and its dangerous bivalve prey
GP Dietl
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 80 (3), 409-436, 2003
Post-Miocene shift in stereotypic naticid predation on confamilial prey from the mid-Atlantic shelf: coevolution with dangerous prey
GP Dietl, RR Alexander
Palaios 15 (5), 414-429, 2000
Shell repair frequencies in New Jersey bivalves: a recent baseline for tests of escalation with Tertiary, Mid-Atlantic congeners
RR Alexander, GP Dietl
Palaios 16 (4), 354-371, 2001
Escalation in Late Cretaceous-early Paleocene oysters (Gryphaeidae) from the Atlantic Coastal Plain
GP Dietl, RR Alexander, WF Bien
Paleobiology 26 (2), 215-237, 2000
Can naticid gastropod predators be identified by the holes they drill?
GP Dietl, PH Kelley
Ichnos 13 (3), 103-108, 2006
Conservation Paleobiology: Using the Past to Manage for the Future
GP Dietl, KW Flessa
Paleontological Society, 2009
Borehole site and prey size stereotypy in naticid predation on Euspira (Lunatia) heros (Say, 1822) and Neverita (Polinices) duplicata (Say, 1822) from the southern New Jersey coast
G Dietl, R Alexander
Journal of Shellfish Research 14 (2), 307-314, 1995
Influence of alternative shell-drilling behaviours on attack duration of the predatory snail, Chicoreus dilectus
GP Dietl, GS Herbert
Journal of Zoology 265 (2), 201-206, 2005
Crab scars reveal survival advantage of left-handed snails
GP Dietl, JR Hendricks
Biology Letters 2 (3), 439-442, 2006
Mid-Paleozoic latitudinal predation gradient: Distribution of brachiopod ornamentation reflects shifting Carboniferous climate
GP Dietl, PH Kelley
Geology 29 (2), 111-114, 2001
Shell repair frequencies in whelks and moon snails from Delaware and southern New Jersey
GP Dietl
Malacologia 39, 151-165, 1998
Testing the influence of sediment depth on drilling behaviour of Neverita duplicata (Gastropoda: Naticidae), with a review of alternative modes of predation by naticids
CC Visaggi, GP Dietl, PH Kelley
Journal of Molluscan Studies 79 (4), 310-322, 2013
Interaction strength between a predator and dangerous prey: Sinistrofulgur predation on Mercenaria
GP Dietl
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 289 (2), 287-301, 2003
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