Sara B. Pruss
Sara B. Pruss
Esther Cloudman Dunn Professor of Geosciences, Smith College
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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
The lower Triassic anachronistic carbonate facies in space and time
A Baud, S Richoz, S Pruss
Global and Planetary Change 55 (1-3), 81-89, 2007
A global marine sedimentary response to the end-Permian mass extinction: examples from southern Turkey and the western United States
SB Pruss, DJ Bottjer, FA Corsetti, A Baud
Earth-science reviews 78 (3-4), 193-206, 2006
Proliferation of Early Triassic wrinkle structures: implications for environmental stress following the end-Permian mass extinction
S Pruss, M Fraiser, DJ Bottjer
Geology 32 (5), 461-464, 2004
Early Triassic trace fossils of the western United States and their implications for prolonged environmental stress from the end-Permian mass extinction
SB Pruss, DJ Bottjer
Palaios 19 (6), 551-564, 2004
Carbonates in skeleton-poor seas: new insights from Cambrian and Ordovician strata of Laurentia
SB Pruss, S Finnegan, WW Fischer, AH Knoll
Palaios 25 (2), 73-84, 2010
The unusual sedimentary rock record of the Early Triassic: a case study from the southwestern United States
SB Pruss, FA Corsetti, DJ Bottjer
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 222 (1-2), 33-52, 2005
Evaluating the relationship between the carbon and sulfur cycles in the later Cambrian ocean: an example from the Port au Port Group, western Newfoundland, Canada
MT Hurtgen, SB Pruss, AH Knoll
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 281 (3-4), 288-297, 2009
Lipid biomarkers in ooids from different locations and ages: evidence for a common bacterial flora
RE Summons, LR Bird, AL Gillespie, SB Pruss, M Roberts, AL Sessions
Geobiology 11 (5), 420-436, 2013
Late Early Triassic microbial reefs of the western United States: a description and model for their deposition in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction
SB Pruss, DJ Bottjer
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 211 (1-2), 127-137, 2004
Agglutinated tests in post-Sturtian cap carbonates of Namibia and Mongolia
T Bosak, DJG Lahr, SB Pruss, FA Macdonald, L Dalton, E Matys
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 308 (1-2), 29-40, 2011
The Laurentian record of Neoproterozoic glaciation, tectonism, and eukaryotic evolution in Death Valley, California
FA Macdonald, AR Prave, R Petterson, EF Smith, SB Pruss, K Oates, ...
Bulletin 125 (7-8), 1203-1223, 2013
Possible early foraminiferans in post-Sturtian (716− 635 Ma) cap carbonates
T Bosak, DJG Lahr, SB Pruss, FA Macdonald, AJ Gooday, L Dalton, ...
Geology 40 (1), 67-70, 2012
Molecular biosignatures reveal common benthic microbial sources of organic matter in ooids and grapestones from Pigeon Cay, The Bahamas
SS O'reilly, G Mariotti, AR Winter, SA Newman, ED Matys, F McDermott, ...
Geobiology 15 (1), 112-130, 2017
Microbial shaping of sedimentary wrinkle structures
G Mariotti, SB Pruss, JT Perron, T Bosak
Nature Geoscience 7 (10), 736-740, 2014
The reorganization of reef communities following the end-Permian mass extinction
SB Pruss, DJ Bottjer
Comptes Rendus Palevol 4 (6-7), 553-568, 2005
Assessing the ecological dominance of Phanerozoic marine invertebrates
ME Clapham, DJ Bottjer, CM Powers, N Bonuso, ML Fraiser, PJ Marenco, ...
Palaios 21 (5), 431-441, 2006
Microbial facies in a Sturtian cap carbonate, the Rasthof Formation, Otavi Group, northern Namibia
SB Pruss, T Bosak, FA Macdonald, M McLane, PF Hoffman
Precambrian Research 181 (1-4), 187-198, 2010
Seafloor-precipitated carbonate fans in the Neoproterozoic Rainstorm Member, Johnnie Formation, Death Valley Region, USA
SB Pruss, FA Corsetti, WW Fischer
Sedimentary Geology 207 (1-4), 34-40, 2008
Trace fossils with spreiten from the late Ediacaran Nama Group, Namibia: complex feeding patterns five million years before the Precambrian–Cambrian boundary
FA Macdonald, SB Pruss, JV Strauss
Journal of Paleontology 88 (2), 299-308, 2014
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