Rene Hoffmann
Rene Hoffmann
Ruhr Universität Bochum
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Perturbation of the carbon cycle during the late Pliensbachian–early Toarcian: New insight from high-resolution carbon isotope records in Morocco
S Bodin, FN Krencker, T Kothe, R Hoffmann, E Mattioli, U Heimhofer, ...
Journal of African Earth Sciences 116, 89-104, 2016
Mollusc and brachiopod skeletal hard parts: Intricate archives of their marine environment
A Immenhauser, BR Schoene, R Hoffmann, A Niedermayr
Sedimentology 63 (1), 1-59, 2016
Pelagic palaeoecology: the importance of recent constraints on ammonoid palaeobiology and life history
KA Ritterbush, R Hoffmann, A Lukeneder, K De Baets
Journal of Zoology 292 (4), 229-241, 2014
Ammonoid intraspecific variability
K De Baets, D Bert, R Hoffmann, C Monnet, MM Yacobucci, C Klug
Ammonoid paleobiology: from anatomy to ecology, 359-426, 2015
New insights on the phylogeny of the Lytoceratoidea (Ammonitina) from the septal lobe and its functional interpretation
R HoffmaNN
Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève, Suisse, 2010
The palaeobiology of belemnites–foundation for the interpretation of rostrum geochemistry
R Hoffmann, K Stevens
Biological Reviews 95 (1), 94-123, 2020
The middle Toarcian cold snap: Trigger of mass extinction and carbonate factory demise
FN Krencker, S Bodin, R Hoffmann, G Suan, E Mattioli, L Kabiri, KB Föllmi, ...
Global and Planetary Change 117, 64-78, 2014
Evidence for a composite organic–inorganic fabric of belemnite rostra: Implications for palaeoceanography and palaeoecology
R Hoffmann, DK Richter, RD Neuser, N Jöns, BJ Linzmeier, RE Lemanis, ...
Sedimentary Geology 341, 203-215, 2016
Ammonoid septa and sutures
C Klug, R Hoffmann
Ammonoid Paleobiology: From anatomy to ecology, 45-90, 2015
Non-invasive imaging methods applied to neo-and paleo-ontological cephalopod research
R Hoffmann, JA Schultz, R Schellhorn, E Rybacki, H Keupp, SR Gerden, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (10), 2721-2739, 2014
A new approach using high-resolution computed tomography to test the buoyant properties of chambered cephalopod shells
R Lemanis, S Zachow, F Fusseis, R Hoffmann
Paleobiology 41 (2), 313-329, 2015
Ammonoid buoyancy
R Hoffmann, R Lemanis, C Naglik, C Klug
Ammonoid Paleobiology: From anatomy to ecology, 613-648, 2015
The evolution and development of cephalopod chambers and their shape
R Lemanis, D Korn, S Zachow, E Rybacki, R Hoffmann
PloS one 11 (3), e0151404, 2016
Comparative cephalopod shell strength and the role of septum morphology on stress distribution
R Lemanis, S Zachow, R Hoffmann
PeerJ 4, e2434, 2016
Anatomy and evolution of the first Coleoidea in the Carboniferous
C Klug, NH Landman, D Fuchs, RH Mapes, A Pohle, P Guériau, S Reguer, ...
Communications Biology 2 (1), 280, 2019
Lower Cretaceous Ammonites: Boreophylloceratoidea, Phylloceratoidea, Lytoceratoidea, Tetragonitoidea, Haploceratoidea, Including the Upper Cretaceous Representatives. IV
J Klein, R Hoffmann, B Joly
Backhuys Publishers, 2009
Regurgitalites–a window into the trophic ecology of fossil cephalopods
R Hoffmann, K Stevens, H Keupp, S Simonsen, G Schweigert
Journal of the Geological Society 177 (1), 82-102, 2020
Ammonoid paleopathology
R Hoffmann, H Keupp
Ammonoid Paleobiology: From anatomy to ecology, 877-926, 2015
Recent advances in heteromorph ammonoid palaeobiology
R Hoffmann, JS Slattery, I Kruta, BJ Linzmeier, RE Lemanis, A Mironenko, ...
Biological Reviews 96 (2), 576-610, 2021
Integrating 2D and 3D shell morphology to disentangle the palaeobiology of ammonoids: a virtual approach
R Hoffmann, RE Lemanis, J Falkenberg, S Schneider, H Wesendonk, ...
Palaeontology 61 (1), 89-104, 2018
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