Michael W. Rasser
Michael W. Rasser
Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart
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Holocene coral reef rubble and its binding agents
M Rasser, B Riegl
Coral Reefs 21, 57-72, 2002
Facies dynamics in Eocene to Oligocene circumalpine carbonates
JH Nebelsick, MW Rasser, D Bassi
Facies 51, 197-217, 2005
G Pieńkowski, ME Schudack, P Bosák, R Enay, A Feldman-Olszewska, ...
Crustose algal frameworks from the Eocene Alpine Foreland
MW Rasser, WE Piller
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 206 (1-2), 21-39, 2004
A paleoenvironmental standard section for Early Ilerdian tropical carbonate factories (Corbieres, France; Pyrenees, Spain)
MW Rasser, C Scheibner, M Mutti
Facies 51, 218-232, 2005
Palaeogene and Neogene
MW Rasser, M Harzhauser, OY Anistratenko, VV Anistratenko, D Bassi, ...
Palaeogene and Neogene
MW Rasser, M Harzhauser, OY Anistratenko, VV Anistratenko, D Bassi, ...
Application of neontological taxonomic concepts to Late Eocene coralline algae (Rhodophyta) of the Austrian Molasse Zone
MW Rasser, WE Piller
Journal of Micropalaeontology 18 (1), 67-80, 1999
Rhodolith formation induced by reef erosion in the Red Sea, Egypt
WE Piller, M Rasser
Coral Reefs 15, 191-198, 1996
Coralline red algal limestones of the Late Eocene Alpine Foreland Basin in Upper Austria: component analysis, facies and palecology
MW Rasser
Facies 42, 59-92, 2000
Depth distribution of calcareous encrusting associations in the northern Red Sea (Safaga, Egypt) and their geological implications
M Rasser, WE Piller
Proceedings of the 8th international coral reef symposium 1, 743-748, 1997
Tectonically driven carbonate ramp evolution at the southern Tethyan shelf: the Lower Eocene succession of the Galala Mountains, Egypt
S Höntzsch, C Scheibner, J Kuss, AM Marzouk, MW Rasser
Facies 57, 51-72, 2011
The Campo section (Pyrenees, Spain) revisited: Implications for changing benthic carbonate assemblages across the Paleocene–Eocene boundary
C Scheibner, MW Rasser, M Mutti
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 248 (1-2), 145-168, 2007
Provenance analysis of Oligocene autochthonous and allochthonous coralline algae: a quantitative approach towards reconstructing transported assemblages
MW Rasser, JH Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 201 (1-2), 89-111, 2003
Autochthonous facies and allochthonous debris flows compared: Early Oligocene carbonate facies patterns of the Lower Inn Valley (Tyrol, Austria)
JH Nebelsick, V Stingl, M Rasser
Facies 44, 31-46, 2001
The Randeck Maar: Palaeoenvironment and habitat differentiation of a Miocene lacustrine system
MW Rasser, G Bechly, R Böttcher, M Ebner, EPJ Heizmann, O Höltke, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 392, 426-453, 2013
Microtaphofacies: exploring the potential for taphonomic analysis in carbonates
JH Nebelsick, D Bassi, MW Rasser
Taphonomy: process and bias through time, 337-373, 2011
Facies and palaeoecology of rhodoliths and acervulinid macroids in the Eocene of the Krappfeld (Austria)
M Rasser
Beit. Paläontol. 19, 191, 1994
Biostratigraphy and palaeoecology of a Middle Miocene (Karpathian, MN 5) fauna from the northern margin of the North Alpine Foreland Basin (Oggenhausen 2, SW'Germany).(With 7 …
R Böttcher, EPJ Heizmann, MW Rasser, R Ziegler
Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie-Abhandlungen 254 (1), 237, 2009
Increasing restriction of the Egyptian shelf during the Early Eocene?—New insights from a southern Tethyan carbonate platform
S Höntzsch, C Scheibner, E Guasti, J Kuss, AM Marzouk, MW Rasser
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302 (3-4), 349-366, 2011
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