Jonathan L. Payne
Jonathan L. Payne
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Stanford University
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Large perturbations of the carbon cycle during recovery from the end-Permian extinction
JL Payne, DJ Lehrmann, J Wei, MJ Orchard, DP Schrag, AH Knoll
Science 305 (5683), 506-509, 2004
Paleophysiology and end-Permian mass extinction
AH Knoll, RK Bambach, JL Payne, S Pruss, WW Fischer
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 256 (3-4), 295-313, 2007
Greater vulnerability to warming of marine versus terrestrial ectotherms
ML Pinsky, AM Eikeset, DJ McCauley, JL Payne, JM Sunday
Nature 569 (7754), 108-111, 2019
Evidence for recurrent Early Triassic massive volcanism from quantitative interpretation of carbon isotope fluctuations
JL Payne, LR Kump
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 256 (1-2), 264-277, 2007
End-Permian mass extinction in the oceans: an ancient analog for the twenty-first century?
JL Payne, ME Clapham
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 40, 89-111, 2012
Body size downgrading of mammals over the late Quaternary
FA Smith, RE Elliott Smith, SK Lyons, JL Payne
Science 360 (6386), 310-313, 2018
The effect of geographic range on extinction risk during background and mass extinction
JL Payne, S Finnegan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (25), 10506-10511, 2007
Permian–Triassic boundary sections from shallow-marine carbonate platforms of the Nanpanjiang Basin, south China: implications for oceanic conditions associated with the end …
DJ Lehrmann, JL Payne, SV Felix, PM Dillett, H Wang, Y Yu, J Wei
Palaios 18 (2), 138-152, 2003
Temperature-dependent hypoxia explains biogeography and severity of end-Permian marine mass extinction
JL Penn, C Deutsch, JL Payne, EA Sperling
Science 362 (6419), eaat1327, 2018
Marine anoxia and delayed Earth system recovery after the end-Permian extinction
KV Lau, K Maher, D Altiner, BM Kelley, LR Kump, DJ Lehrmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (9), 2360-2365, 2016
Two-phase increase in the maximum size of life over 3.5 billion years reflects biological innovation and environmental opportunity
JL Payne, AG Boyer, JH Brown, S Finnegan, M Kowalewski, RA Krause, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (1), 24-27, 2009
Timing of recovery from the end-Permian extinction: Geochronologic and biostratigraphic constraints from south China
DJ Lehrmann, J Ramezani, SA Bowring, MW Martin, P Montgomery, ...
Geology 34 (12), 1053-1056, 2006
Calcium isotope constraints on the end-Permian mass extinction
JL Payne, AV Turchyn, A Paytan, DJ DePaolo, DJ Lehrmann, M Yu, J Wei
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (19), 8543-8548, 2010
Ecological selectivity of the emerging mass extinction in the oceans
JL Payne, AM Bush, NA Heim, ML Knope, DJ McCauley
Science 353 (6305), 1284-1286, 2016
Long-term differences in extinction risk among the seven forms of rarity
PG Harnik, C Simpson, JL Payne
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1749), 4969-4976, 2012
Erosional truncation of uppermost Permian shallow-marine carbonates and implications for Permian-Triassic boundary events
JL Payne, DJ Lehrmann, D Follett, M Seibel, LR Kump, A Riccardi, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 119 (7-8), 771-784, 2007
δ13C evidence that high primary productivity delayed recovery from end-Permian mass extinction
KM Meyer, M Yu, AB Jost, BM Kelley, JL Payne
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 302 (3-4), 378-384, 2011
Acidification, anoxia, and extinction: A multiple logistic regression analysis of extinction selectivity during the Middle and Late Permian
ME Clapham, JL Payne
Geology 39 (11), 1059-1062, 2011
Cope’s rule in the evolution of marine animals
NA Heim, ML Knope, EK Schaal, SC Wang, JL Payne
Science 347 (6224), 867-870, 2015
Evolutionary dynamics of gastropod size across the end-Permian extinction and through the Triassic recovery interval
JL Payne
Paleobiology 31 (2), 269-290, 2005
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