Michal Zaton
Michal Zaton
Professor, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
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Deciphering the upper Famennian Hangenberg Black Shale depositional environments based on multi-proxy record
L Marynowski, M Zatoń, M Rakociński, P Filipiak, S Kurkiewicz, TJ Pearce
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 346, 66-86, 2012
Compositions, sources and depositional environments of organic matter from the Middle Jurassic clays of Poland
L Marynowski, M Zatoń, BRT Simoneit, A Otto, MO Jędrysek, C Grelowski, ...
Applied Geochemistry 22 (11), 2456-2485, 2007
Mature modifications and sexual dimorphism
C Klug, M Zatoń, H Parent, B Hostettler, A Tajika
Ammonoid paleobiology: From anatomy to ecology, 253-320, 2015
Levoglucosan and other cellulose markers in pyrolysates of miocene lignites: Geochemical and environmental implications
D Fabbri, L Marynowski, MJ Fabiańska, M Zatoń, BRT Simoneit
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (8), 2957-2963, 2008
First multi-proxy record of Jurassic wildfires from Gondwana: evidence from the Middle Jurassic of the Neuquén Basin, Argentina
L Marynowski, AC Scott, M Zatoń, H Parent, AC Garrido
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 299 (1-2), 129-136, 2011
Middle and Late Jurassic roots of brachyuran crabs: palaeoenvironmental distribution during their early evolution
M Krobicki, M Zatoń
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 263 (1-2), 30-43, 2008
Biomolecules preserved in ca. 168 million year old fossil conifer wood
L Marynowski, A Otto, M Zatoń, M Philippe, BRT Simoneit
Naturwissenschaften 94, 228-236, 2007
Invasion of freshwater and variable marginal marine habitats by microconchid tubeworms–an evolutionary perspective
M Zatoń, O Vinn, AMF Tomescu
Geobios 45 (6), 603-610, 2012
Geochemical and palynological study of the Upper Famennian Dasberg event horizon from the Holy Cross Mountains (central Poland)
L Marynowski, P Filipiak, M Zatoń
Geological Magazine 147 (4), 527-550, 2010
Coprolites of Late Triassic carnivorous vertebrates from Poland: an integrative approach
M Zatoń, G Niedźwiedzki, L Marynowski, K Benzerara, C Pott, J Cosmidis, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 430, 21-46, 2015
Inconsistencies in proposed annelid affinities of early biomineralized organism Cloudina (Ediacaran): structural and ontogenetic evidences
O Vinn, M Zaton
Carnets Géol 3, 39-47, 2012
Gamma-ray spectrometry across the Upper Devonian basin succession at Kowala in the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)
DPG Bond, M Zaton
Acta Geologica Polonica 53 (2), 93-99, 2003
Evidence for shallow-water ‘Upper Kellwasser’anoxia in the Frasnian–Famennian reefs of Alberta, Canada
DPG Bond, M Zatoń, PB Wignall, L Marynowski
Lethaia 46 (3), 355-368, 2013
Coprolite evidence for carnivorous predation in a Late Devonian pelagic environment of southern Laurussia
M Zatoń, M Rakociński
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 394, 1-11, 2014
Microconchids and the rise of modern encrusting communities
M Zatoń, O Vinn
Lethaia 44 (1), 5-7, 2011
Fossil wood and Mid-Eastern Europe terrestrial palaeobiogeography during the Jurassic–Early Cretaceous interval
M Philippe, M Barbacka, E Gradinaru, E Iamandei, S Iamandei, M Kázmér, ...
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 142 (1-2), 15-32, 2006
Phenetic phylogenetics of tentaculitoids–extinct, problematic calcareous tube-forming organisms
O Vinn, M Zatoń
GFF 134 (2), 145-156, 2012
Konzentrat-Lagerstätte-type carbonate concretions from the uppermost Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) of the Częstochowa area, South-Cental Poland
M Zatoń, L Marynowski
Geological Quarterly 48 (4), 339-350, 2004
Microconchid tubeworms across the upper Frasnian–lower Famennian interval in the Central Devonian Field, Russia
M Zatoń, W Krawczyński
Palaeontology 54 (6), 1455-1473, 2011
Identification of chitin in 200-million-year-old gastropod egg capsules
M Wysokowski, M Zatoń, V Bazhenov, T Behm, A Ehrlich, A Stelling, ...
Paleobiology 40 (4), 529-540, 2014
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