Dr. David Lazarus
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Current Research and Infrastructure projects
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Wiese, R., Renaudie, J., and Lazarus, D., 2016, Testing the accuracy of genus-level data to predict species diversity in Cenozoic marine diatoms: Geology, v. 44.
Lazarus, D., Suzuki, N., Caulet, J.P., Nigrini, C., Goll, I., Goll, R., Dolven, J.K., Diver, P., and Sanfilippo, A., 2015, An evaluated list of Cenozic-Recent radiolarian species names (Polycystinea), based on those used in the DSDP, ODP and IODP deep-sea drilling programs: Zootaxa, v. 3999, p. 301–333.
Lazarus, D., Barron, J., Renaudie, J., Diver, P., and Türke, A., 2014, Cenozoic diatom diversity and correlation to climate change: PLOS One, v. 9, p. 1–18.
Lazarus, D., 2011, The deep-sea microfossil record of macroevolutionary change in plankton and its study, in Smith, A., and McGowan, A., ed., Comparing the Geological and Fossil Records: Implications for Biodiversity Studies: London, The Geological Society, p. 141–166.
Lazarus, D., B. Kotrc, G. Wulf, and D. N. Schmidt. 2009. Radiolarians decreased silicification as an evolutionary response to reduced Cenozoic ocean silica availability. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 106 (23): 9333-38.
Lazarus, D., and N. Suzuki. 2009. Introduction to the reexamination of the Haeckel and Ehrenberg Radiolarian Collections. In Reexamination of the Haeckel and Ehrenberg Microfossil Collections as a Historical and Scientific Legacy. Monograph No. 40, edited by Y. Tanimura and Y. Aita. Tokyo: Japan National Museum of Nature and Science: pp. 1-106, App. 1-5; Plates 1-244.
Lazarus, D. and Caulet, J. P. 1993. Cenozoic Southern Ocean reconstructions. Antarctic Research Series 60: 145-174.