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AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
D. M. Raup0Extinction: bad genes or bad luck?
W. Preston1962The canonical distribution of commonness and rarity. Parts 1 and 2
W. Preston1962The canonical distribution of commonness and rarity. Part 2
D. R. Lawrence1968Taphonomy and information losses in fossil communities
E. W. Fager1972Diversity: a sampling study
S. Zahl1977Jacknifing an index of diversity
D. M. Raup1978Approaches to the extinction problem
W. Preston1980Noncanonical distributions of commonness and rarity
N. D. Newell1982Mass extinctions - illusions or realities
H. Tappan1982Extinction or survival: selectivity and causes of Phanerozoic crises
M. V. H. Wilson1983Is there a characteristic rate of radiation for the insects?
K. W. Flessa, Jablonski D.1985Declining Phanerozoic background extinction rates: effect of taxonomic structure?
V. V. Zherikhin1987Biocoenotic regulation of evolution
Raup, D. M.1988Diversity crises in the geological past. pp. 51-57
D. Jablonski1989The biology of mass extinction: a paleontological view
G. F. Boyajian1991Taxon age and selectivity of extinction
P. R. Ehrlich, Wilson E. O.1991Biodiversity studies: science and policy
K. J. Gaston1991The Magnitude of Global Insect Species Richness
R. I. Vane-Wright, Humphries, C. J., Williams, P. H.1991What to protect? Systematics and the agony of choice
G. J. Vermeij1991When biotas meet: understanding biotic interchange
P. H. Williams, Humphries, C. J., Vane-Wright, R. I.1991Measuring biodiversity: taxonomic relatedness for conservation priorities
T. I. Erwing1991How many species are there?
D. H. Erwin1992A preliminary classification of evolutionary radiations
N. E. Stork1993How many species are there? 1993
J. L. Harper, Hawksworth D. L.1994Biodiversity: measurement and estimation. Preface
D. Jablonski1994Extinctions in the fossil record
P. H. Williams, Gaston, K. J., Humphries, C. J.1994Do conservationists and molecular biologists value differences between organisms in the same way?
P. H. Williams, Humphries, C. J., Gaston, K. J.1994Centres of seed plant diversity: the family way
M. J. Benton1995Diversification and extinction in the history of life
M. J. Benton1995Testing the time axis of phylogenies
S. M. Kidwell, Flessa K. W.1995The quality of the fossil record populations, species and communities
J. B. Bennington, Bambach R. K.1996Statistical testing for paleocommunity recurrence: are similar fossil assemblages ever the same?
V. E. Courtillot, Gaudemer Y.1996Effects of mass extinctions on biodiversity
V. Y. Dmitriev, Ponomarenko, A. G., Rasnitsyn, A. P.1996The dynamics of taxonomic diversity in nonmarine aquatic biota
M. Foote1996Perspective: evolutionary patterns in the fossil record
N. MacLeod1996K/T redux
R. I. Vane-Wright1996Systematics and the conservation of biological diversity
M. Foote1997The evolution of morphological diversity
V. V. Zherikhin1997Phylogenesis and phylocenogenesis. 18 pp
V. V. Zherikhin1997The succession pruning: a possible mechanism of biome diversification. pp. 65-74
S. Cook1998A diversity of approaches to the study of species richness
D. H. Erwin1998The end and the beginning: recoveries from mass extinctions
C. N. Johnson1998Species extinction and the relationship between distribution and abundance
J. J. Sepkosk, Jr.1998Rates of speciation in the fossil record
W. F. Fagan, Meir, E., Moore, J. L.1999Variations thresholds for extinction and their implication for conservation strategies
M. E. J. Newman, Elbe G. J.1999Power spectra of extinction in the fossil record
G. J. Vermeij1999A serious matter with character-taxon matrices
J. Alroy2000Matters of the record. Understanding the dynamics of trends within evolving lineages
M. J. Benton2000Stems, nodes, crown clades, and rank-free lists: is Linnaeus dead?
M. J. Benton, Wills, M. A., Hitchin, R.2000Quality of the fossil record through time

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