Dr. Jörg Maletz

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Geologische Wissenschaften

Fachrichtung Paläontologie

Researcher

Address Malteserstrasse 74-100, Haus C
Room C.005
D-12249 Berlin
Telephone +49(0)30 838 70678
Email joerg.maletz@fu-berlin.de

Educational History

  • 1998 Habilitation, Geology & Paleontology, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald, Germany Habilitation thesis title: The Ordovician of the island of Rügen and its paleogeographic position based on the graptolite faunal record.

  • 1992 Dissertation, TU Berlin, Germany (Ph.D.) Dissertation thesis title: Biostratigraphy and paleogeography of Lower Ordovician graptolite faunas from eastern Canada and Scandinavia.

  • 1987 Diploma, University of Göttingen, Germany

Professional Experience

  • Since April 2015 Research Scientist, FU Berlin, Fachrichtung Tektonik und Sedimentäre Geologie (DFG Project MA 1269/7-1; Eigene Stelle)

  • October 2011 – March 2015 Senior Research Scientist, Forschergruppe 736 (The Precambrian-Cambrian Ecosphere (R)evolution: Insights from Chinese microcontinents)

  • May 2010 - September 2011 Senior Research Associate, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

  • September 2009 – April 2010 W. F. James Visitinig Professor of Pure and Applied Sciences at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

  • September 2009 Research Scientist, short term visit, NIGP Nanjing, China - Invitation by Prof. Zhang Yuan-Dong & 12. Interrad Conference Attendance - Invitation by Luo Hui (Nanjing) & Jonathan Aitchison (Hongkong) as organizers of the conference

  • June/July 2009 Research Scientist, short term visit Lund, Sweden - Wenner-Gren Foundation Grant to Per Ahlberg

  • May 2009 Research scientist, short term visit, Mendoza, Argentina - Invitation by Claudia Rubinstein & Blanca Toro through CONICET

  • January 2002 - August 2009 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo (SUNY), New York, U.S.A.

  • Nov. 2000 - April 2001 Research Scientist, University of Portsmouth, School of Earth, Environment and Physical Sciences, United Kingdom (DFG Grant)

  • July 1999 to Dec. 2001 Lecturer, Univ. Greifswald, Germany

  • Aug. 1998 to Oct. 1999 Research Scientist, Institute for Applied Geosciences II, TU Berlin, Germany

Teaching Experience

 

  •  ABV Seminar ‘Der Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE) und die marine Biosphäre des Phanerozoikums – Klima- und ökologische Faktoren’, FU Berlin, Insitut für Geologische Wissenschaften (24 259b-4: Seminar; Herbst 2011)

  • Die Erde – Fieldtrip Harz-Kyffhäuser. FU Berlin, Insitut für Geologische Wissenschaften (24 100d1: Exkursion; Summer 2012, 2013)

  • Sedimentäres-Stratigraphisches Geländepraktikum, Eschwege. FU Berlin, Insitut für Geologische Wissenschaften (24 104d1: Exkursion; Summer 2012)

  • Geological Mapping (Geologische Kartierung 1), Diemelsee-Adorf. FU Berlin, Insitut für Geologische Wissenschaften (24 107b4: Exkursion; Summer 2012)

  • Paleontology (GEL 342), Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. (20 students)

  • Introduction to Earth History (GLY 101), SUNY Buffalo, USA (ca. 180 students)

  • Exploring the Solar System I, Physical Geology (GLY 103) + Lab & Fieldtrip, SUNY Buffalo, USA (90 students)

  • Exploring the Solar System II, Earth History (GLY 104) + Lab, SUNY Buffalo, USA (90 students)

  • Soft Rock I: Sedimentology (GLY 215) + Lab & Fieldtrips, SUNY Buffalo, USA (ca. 25 students)

  • Soft Rock II: Paleontology and Stratigraphy (GLY 216) + Lab & Fieldtrip, SUNY Buffalo, USA (ca. 20-30 students)

  • Macroworld: Great Discoveries in Science (UGC 303), SUNY Buffalo, USA (90 students)

  • The Dinosaurs (GLY 137), SUNY Buffalo, USA (ca. 80-140 students)

  • Colonial Paleobiology (GLY 432, 532) + Lab, SUNY Buffalo, USA (10 students)

  • Introduction to Stratigraphy, Univ. Greifswald, Germany (ca. 20 students)

  • Vertebrate Paleontology, lectures & labs, Univ. Greifswald, Germany (ca. 15 students)

  • Invertebrate Paleontology, lectures & labs, TU Berlin, Univ. Greifswald, Germany (ca. 15 students)

  • Paleontology of the Graptolithina, TU Berlin, Univ. Greifswald, Germany (ca. 10 students)

  • Fieldtrips in Germany and Scandinavia, Univ. Greifswald, Germany (ca. 35 students)

Introduction

I want to do research that has a value and application in the Geological Sciences outside of the simple fossil description and documentation that a palaeontologist is often expected to do. I have therefore concentrated in my work also on sedimentological and diagenetic processes (largely in Devonian strata) as an example of interdisciplinary work in geology. I like to work together with other specialists on various topics, looking for example at the use of palaeontological data in sequence stratigraphy and structural geology, but also concentrating on biological interpretation of palaeontological data in evolutionary and (palaeo-) ecological studies.

Since I started to work with the DFG Forschergruppe (Title: The Precambrian–Cambrian ecosphere (R)evolution: Insights from Chinese microcontinents) at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, I am involved in research on Cambrian evolution, where I am especially interested in the origin and early evolution of coloniality in the Hemichordata. This is also supported through a new DFG project.


Research

Basic research:

  • Evolution of the marine planktic ecosystem and of animal coloniality
  • Patterns of fossil distribution as indicators for basin evolution and sea level changes
  • Global chronostratigraphy and Earth Time - Combining absolute and relative dating methods to understand time constrains of geological processes (sedimentation, eustasy, biological evolution)


Applied research (with Sven Egenhoff, CSU Fort Collins, Colorado, USA):

  • Graptolite shales as source rocks and potential unconventional reservoirs
  • Sequence and bio-sequence stratigraphy of shales and carbonate reservoirs

I am interested in faunal and eco-system evolution in relation to large and small scale bioevents, understanding what triggers worldwide extinction events in the Phanerozoic. Answers might be found by looking at various features, from sedimentological, biological and geochemical data sets, the interaction of fossils with the sediments in which they are formed (taphonomy), providing answers to the question why organisms were preserved in certain environments or disappeared without a trace. Destruction of fossils can be physical, but in many cases chemical destruction through aerobic decay, recrystallisation, mineralisation or dissolution of shells and bones lead to the disappearance of fossils. The understanding of these processes can help to reconstruct past environments and basin evolution, but also the ecological requirements of organisms.

Colonial organsims like the Pterobranchia (Graptolithina) offered a lifestyle unique to the Palaeozoic, but doomed through evolutionary restrictions not well understood. They show a distinctly limited constructional disparity due to their unique skeletal development, preventing them from attaining a leading role in the marine ecosystem, but permitting a limited success. I am interested in micro- and macroevolutionary patterns of these hemichordates, recently recognized to include the extant Rhabdopleura (Mitchell et al. 2013), as a unique example of the evolution of modular colonial organisms in the marine ecosystem.

I use faunal and facies patterns for chronostratigraphic correlation in black shales, to aid sequence stratigraphic interpretations and understand the internal architecture of unconventional and carbonate reservoirs such as the Alum Shale Formation and the Bjørkåsholmen Formation in Scandinava. My work helped to recognize bio-sequence stratigraphic features in monotonous organic-rich (graptolitiferous) deep-water black shale environments (Egenhoff & Maletz 2007) by linking biostratigraphy and palaeontology to sequence stratigraphy and sedimentology. The results show the need to analyse and understand depositional environments and the geometries of sedimentary sequences in relation to palaeobiological signals, to combine the knowledge and expertise of different branches of the Geosciences into a single coherent picture. This is a new and promising approach in palaeontology.

Research on Re-Os dating of Palaeozoic rocks in Scandinavia and eastern North America (see NSF Proposal) uses a method that can easily be applied to any successions in which fossils with preservation of organic walls or skeletons are present. It relies on the dating of organic material from fossils to gain absolute dates for rock sequences. Thus, the method combines absolute and relative dating methods to increase the resolution and precision of our time scale. Providing absolute ages for fossils will help to define more precisely stage and series boundaries in the chronostratigraphic time scale and improve the definition of a host of processes, including sedimentation, sea-level change, biologic evolution and motion of lithospheric plates.

I am using microfossils like radiolarians and ostracods to improve biostratigraphic resolution in the Palaeozoic and understand ecologial changes in the marine environment. While radiolarians only recently became of major interest for correlational purposes, especially in deep water sediments and an improved biostratigraphy is urgently needed, ostracods can provide important information to the ecology and biogeography of sedimentary sequences, understand paleo-climates and provide a means for plate tectonic relationships and reconstructions.

Current areas of fieldwork

Scandinavia

  • southern & central Sweden (Scania, Västergötland, Öland, Dalarna)
  • southern Norway (Oslo Region)

North America

  • New York State
  • western and central Newfoundland
  • Quebec
  • Idaho


Research Plans (general)

  1. DFG project (DFG MA 1269/7-1) will concentrate on the recognition and early evolution of pterobranch hemichordates during the Cambrian time interval. The Cambrian explosion is the time interval when most of modern phyla originated, but the fossil record is often inconclusive. First definitive pterobranch hemichordates (e.g. graptolites and their relatives) are common in the Middle Cambrian (Series 3, Stage 5), but the evidence for the presence of even earlier taxa is mounting. These taxa shed light on the phylogenetic relationships to the remaining hemichordates (e.g. Enteropneusta). New palaeontological methods of chemical extraction of organically preserved organismic remains help to unravel the early history of the evolution of early hemichordates and especially pterobranchs. Shallow water dark shale and limestone successions yield a fossil archive of immense value not yet explored. These strata start to yield unexpected richness of organically preserved body fossils (also known as SCFs; Small carbonaceous fossils) aside the more normal mineral preservation of fossil shells, the typical Cambrian shelly faunas (e.g. Small Shelly Faunas; SSFs). The Lower Cambrian Forteau Formation of western Newfoundland provides a sedimentary succession with low thermal overprint and moderate tectonic distortion that is ideal for the fossil extraction with the means of acidic dissolution, especially with gentle hydrofluoric acid techniques. Additionally, research will be done in the Chinese Kaili Formation, a well-known lagerstätte with spectacular fossil preservation on a different palaeo-continent. The extraction of organically preserved fossils provides a new tool support the biostratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian. It also helps to better understand tempo and mode of the Cambrian explosion by focusing on groups of organisms not usually recognized in the fossil assemblages.

  2. Another project will be concentrating on graptolitic Silurian successions in Dalarna and the basin evolution of the Scandinavian platform (Baltica) in the Early Paleozoic in connection with the Swedish Deep Drilling program (SDDP). The program is investigating a number of drillcores in the Meteorite Impact Crater of the Siljan Ring and provides support for research in the region (see abstracts Lehnert et al. 2011a, b). This project is a joint venture between numerous scientists from various countries, including O. Lehnert (Erlangen, Germany), G. Meinhold (Göttingen, Germany), S. M. Bergström Columbus, Ohio, USA), M. Calner (Lund, Sweden), J. O. R. Ebbestad (Uppsala, Sweden), S. Egenhoff (Fort Collins, Colorado, USA), Å. M. Frisk (Zürich, Switzerland), A. E. S. Högström (Tromsö, Norway). In the past, research on the successions in the Dalarna Region has been done through support by DFG-Ma 1269/5-1.

    Part of this Scandinavian work also includes research on the Cambrian-Ordovician black shales, supposedly deep water sediments with sedimentological and diagenetic focus to demonstrate their shallow water origin. The successions are highly important for biostratigraphy, international correlations and paleogeographic interporetations of the Paleozoic oceans. The work is planned in connection with with Sven Egenhoff (Fort Collins, Colorado, USA) and a number of master students.

  3. Fieldwork for a project on Lower Palaeozoic (Cambrian to Ordovician) radiolarians faunas with Taniel Danelian and Lauren Pouille (University Lille 1, France) started in 2010 and was financially supported by NSF NSF Ear-0844213 (through J. Hannah, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA). Aspects on taxonomy, biostratigraphy, palaeoecology and palaeogeography are addressed in the project. Radiolarian faunas can be used for dating marine sequences in the Palaeozoic and understanding their palaeo-ecological aspects. Work on Lower Palaeozoic radiolarian faunas will also include further research on faunas from Spitsbergen with Oliver Lehnert (Erlangen, Germany) and David Bruton (Oslo, Norway).
  4. Upper Ordovician to Middle Silurian (Upper Llandovery) graptolite faunas of the Yangtze Region of the South China Plate, China. A re-evaluation of taxonomy, biostratigraphy and palaeogeography of the faunas. Co-operation with Prof. Zhang, Yuan-dong (Nanjing, China), Prof. Wang Chuanshang (Wuhan, China) and Prof. Wang Xiaofeng (Wuhan, China). Additionally, two weeks fieldwork investigating the Cambrian/Ordovician boundary at Dayangcha with Dr. Svend Stouge (Copenhagen, Denmark) and Dr. Gabriella Bagnoli (Pisa, Italy) were co-ordinated by Prof. Wang Xiaofeng in 2015 and 2016. Discussions are also under way to do (bio-) sequence stratigraphy of the Lower to Middle Ordovician succession in the Yangtze region of China with Sven Egenhoff (CSU Fort Collins, Colorado, USA) and Zhang Yuan-dong (Nanjing, China).

 

Research Grants (submitted and awarded)

  • DFG MA 1269/7-1 – (327,550 Euro for 36 months) – Start April 2015.
    Jörg Maletz
    (in association with Michael Steiner, Bernd Weber; FU Berlin). Research Grant: Caught in the Cambrian Explosion: The mystery of the early evolution of the Pterobranchs (Hemichordata, incl. Graptolithina) and their evolutionary innovations.
    The work will focus on sedimentology and graptolite evolution of the Middle Cambrian, as both aspects are closely connected through the preservational potential of the organic material of the graptolite tubaria under certain, precisely defined depositional conditions.
  • NSF Ear-0844213. (awarded, September 2009). Judith L. Hannah (CSU Fort Collins, Colorado), Sven Egenhoff (CSU Fort Collins, Colorado), Jörg Maletz (SUNY Fort Collins, Colorado), Holly J. Stein (CSU Fort Collins, Colorado). Collaborative research: Direct Re-Os dating of Ordovician graptolite biozones: refining global correlations and Earth Time. (454,933 US$ for 24 month).
    Field work
    in June 2010, 2011, 2012 in western Newfoundland, centered on the Lower to Middle Ordovician Cow Head and Table Head Group successions.
  • Gyllenstiernska krapperupstiftelsen, Sweden (2010). Grant to Per Ahlberg (Lund, Sweden): Ordovicium I Kullabygden – en studie av fossila fauna- och miljöförändringar I ett globalt perspektiv. The grant is to study the Palaeozoic succession of the Krapperup drill core in southern Sweden, made in 1941, but never investigated. Visits in Lund to investigate the core were scheduled for December 2010 and August 2011.
  • Wenner-Gren Stiftelserna Sweden (2009). Grant to Per Ahlberg (Lund, Sweden): Ordovicium i Sydskandinavien - en studie av fossila fauna- och miljöförändringar i ett globalt perspektiv. The grant is to study the Palaeozoic succession of a new drill core (Lerhamn; see Maletz & Ahlberg, in press) in southern Sweden.
  • CONICET Travel Grant (awarded to Blanca A. Toro, Mendoza, Argentina, 2009) for joined fieldwork and research into the Ordovician graptolitic succession of Argentina.

 

Further Research Activities

Chrono- and biostratigraphy in the Palaeozoic (Cambrian – Devonian), integrating sedimentological and paleontological methods to achieve enhanced biostratigraphic reliability for geological interpretations (biostratigraphy, paleogeography, structural geology). For this purpose fieldwork is done in a number of regions:

a) Ordovician-Silurian successions in North and South America (New York State, Quebec, Bolivia, Argentina, Peru). Litho- and biostratigraphy, paleogeography, evolutionary studies on graptolites. C.E. Mitchell (UB Buffalo, N.Y), D. Goldman (Dayton, Ohio), B. A. Toro (Cordoba, Argentina), R. Suarez-Sorruco (Cochabamba, Bolivia), S. Egenhoff (Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado), H. Bahlburg (Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut Münster, Germany).

b) Palaeozoic successions of the Scandinavian platform, a cool-water carbonate epeiric ramp. Dr. S. Egenhoff (Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado).

Research on graptolite type material in German palaeontological collections. The ongoing work includes visits to palaeontological collections to trace type material of German graptolites, which have mostly never been curated properly. Recent work includes visits to the Museum für Naturkunde der Stadt Gera in which the main collections of Robert Eisel, Elfried Manck (pars) & Rudolf Hundt (pars) (Invitation by Frank Hrouda), the Mauritianum Altenburg, the type collection in the Department of Geology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg (Birgit Gaitzsch) and the collections of the Museum der Westlausitz, Kamenz (Jens Czoßek).

Catalogue of Palaeozoic Radiolarian genera. Regular working Group Meetings, Taniel Danelian (Lille, France), Paula Noble (Reno, Nevada, USA), Jonathan Aitchison (Sydney, Australia), Jörg Maletz (Berlin, Germany), Paulian Dumitrica (Geneva, Switzerland), Martial Caridroit (Lille, France), Luis O’Dogherty (Cadiz, Spain), Noritoshi Suzuki (Japan); Lauren Pouille (Lille, France).

Research Projects (finished)

NSF Grant to C.E. Mitchell (Buffalo, N.Y.), D. Goldman (Dayton, Ohio), in connection with R.A. Cooper (Lower Hutt, New Zealand), P. Sadler (Riverside, California), E.D. Brussa (Salta, Argentina). Graptolite macroevolution. Phylogenetic analysis and testing hypothesis of directional change.

DFG (German Science Foundation) Research Grant DFG-Ma 1269/5-1 (July 1999 to June 2001) - ca. 45.000,- Euro. Title: Graptolite biodiversity in the early Paleozoic: Interactions of ecological factors with evolution and Extinction events.

DFG Habilitation Grant Ma 1269/4-1 (January 1996 to December 1997) - ca. 40.000,- Euro. Title: Terrane analysis of the Lower to Midle Ordovician of eastern Avalonia, Baltica and Laurentia using graptolite faunas and their paleogeographic distributions.

DFG Research Grant Ma 1269/2-1 (April 1993 to March 1995) - ca. 70.000,- Euro. Title: Investigation of proximal end structure of late Arenig to Llanvirnian diplograptid graptolites and their phylogenetic relationships.

DUGW-Projekt (1992 - 2000). Title: Precambrian to Silurian of the southern Baltic Sea: The Adlergrund G14 drill core. incl. Prof. Dr. G. Katzung, Prof. Dr. I. Hinz-Schallreuter, PD. Dr. R. Schallreuter, Dipl.-Geol. H. Feldrappe (Univ. Greifswald)

NATO Project CRG.900816 (1991-1997). M. Vanguestaine (Liege, Belgium), B.-D. Erdtmann (Berlin, Germany), Jörg Maletz (Berlin), Thomas Servais (Liege). Title: Ordovician acritarch/graptolite stratigraphy, and correlation between Belgium and Germany (TU Berlin/Université de Liège).

 

Research Achievements

  1. Cladistic analyses (Mitchell et al. 2013) now show that the graptolites are part of the Hemichordata and more precisely the modern rhabdopleurids (Pterobranchia, Hemichordata) belong to the truely colonial Graptolithina and represent living graptolites. This is a major breakthrough in finally connecting a geologically important fossil group to extant organisms.
  2. Using bio-sequence stratigraphy to recognize maximum flooding surfaces in deep-water sequences of Scandinavia using graptolite faunal diversity and composition (Egenhoff & Maletz 2007).
  3. Investigation of putative early hemichordates from the early and middle Cambrian that previously have been identified as algae. Back Scatter SEM investigation provides insight into constructional details of organically preserved fossils and reveals their pterobranch nature (Steiner & Maletz 2012, Maletz, 2014).
  4. Using fossil faunas to understand the structural complexities in the Ordovician subsurface succession in northeastern Germany and its development in a Palaeozoic foreland basin. (Beier et al. 2000, Maletz 2001).

 

Research Supervision

Students

  • Lauren Pouille – Université de Lille 1, France

Paléobiodiversité des Radiolaires du Paléozoique inférieur (Cambrien-Ordovicien). Aperçu à travers une étude des assemblages à radiolaires provenant des montagnes de l’Altai (Russie), d’Aksuran (Kazakstan), du bassin de Georgina (Australie) et de la Terre Neuve occidentale (Canada)
Supervisor. Taniel Danelian
Jury. DeWever, P., Dumitrica, P., Maletz, J., Obut, O., Caridroit, M., Servais, T. & Danelian, T.
Defense. 12. December 2012

 

  • Mariah Slovacek (Independent study) – CSU Fort Collins, Coloarado, USA

Statistical analysis of Baltograptus species from the Upper Floian of Skattungbyn, Dalarna (Sweden).

Finished. 2011

Results published in Palaeontology (Maletz & Slovacek, 2013).

 

  • Melissa Roloson (MA) University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Upper Ordovician graptolites from a drillcore in the Utica Shale, New York State

Supervisor. C. E. Mitchell, G. Baird, J. Maletz, D. Sheets

Defense. 2010

 

  • Aaron Bini (MA), University at Buffalo

Thesis title. The response of the Laurentide Ice Sheet to rapid warming and abrupt cold spells in the Early Holocene: An analog for present-day Greenland.

Supervisor. J. Briner, B. Csatho, J. Maletz

Defense. 29.5.2008

 

  • Jesse Carlucci (MA), University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Phylogenetic analysis, systematics, and evolution of early Ordovician graptolites.

Supervisor. J. Maletz, C. E. Mitchell, D. Sheets

Defense. 28.4.2008

 

  • Tammy Dunlavey (MA), University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Image interpretation is important to paleontology? Case studies in data acquisition, fidelity, and retrodeformation using bilaterally symmetric graptolite (Isograptus and Pseudisograptus) and trilobite (Triarthrus becki and eatoni) fossils.

Supervisor. C. E. Mitchell, J. Maletz, D. Sheets

Defense. December 2007

 

  • Kristi Belscher (MA), University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Species abundance changes during mass extinction and the inverse Signor-Lipps Effect: Apparent abrupt graptolite mass extinction as an artifact of sampling.

Supervisor. C. E. Mitchell, J. Maletz, D. Sheets, J. Briner

Defense. December 2007

 

  • Phillip J. Stokes (MS) University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Geophysical Imaging of a Fossiliferous Pleistocene Basin in western New York.

Supervisor. G. Baker, J. Briner, J. Maletz

Defense. April, 16th, 2007.

 

  • Martina Böhme (Diploma), TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Thesis title. Geological mapping of Bygdøy, Oslo Region, Norway.

Supervisor. Sven Egenhoff (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany), J. Maletz

Defense. May 2006

 

  • Maja Loran Lazovic (MA), University of Copenhagen

Thesis title. Middle to Upper Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of the island of Bornholm, Denmark

Supervisor. Arne T. Nielsen (Geological Museum, Copenhagen), J. Maletz

Defense. May 2005

 

  • Miles Cone (MA), University at Buffalo

Thesis title. Phylogenetic analysis of Upper Ordovician graptolites and descriptions of new collections from the Phi Kappa Formation, Idaho.

Supervisor. C. E. Mitchell, D. Sheets, J. Maletz         

Defense. August 2004      

Bachelor Theses

 

  • Pascal Olschwewski (2015)
    (FU Berlin, Germany).
    Sedimentology of the Cambrian Forteau Formation (Labrador Group) of western Newfoundland.

(TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany, 2000-2005)
Fieldwork supervision in Norway with Sven Egenhoff (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany)

  • Katarina Borowski (2005)
    Carbonates in the Elnes Formation, Norway.
  • Moritz Kirsch (2005)
    The Elnes Formation - Vollen Formation transition in the Oslo Region, Norway.
  • Robert Asch (2004)
    Sedimentology of the Elnes Formation, Oslo region, southern Norway.
  • Stefan Höntzsch (2004)
    Sedimentology and biostratigraphy of the Elnes Formation, Oslo region, Norway.
  • Mirko Werner (2004)
    Carbonate and siliciclastic facies analysis of the Elnes Formation, Oslo region, Norway.
  • Fabian Kostro (2003)
    Carbonate microfacies analysis of the Dalby Formation, southern Sweden, and origin of enigmatic structures found therein.
  • Konstanze Stübner (2002)
    Carbonate facies analysis and relative sea-level changes of the Bjerkasholmen Formation, Oslo region, Norway.

 

External Examiner

  • Sherril Senior, Ph.D. University of Western Ontarion, London. (May, 3rd, 2005)

Thesis title: Cyrtograptus species in the Silurian of Arctic Canada.

Supervisor. Alf C. Lenz (London, Ontario), Michael J. Melchin (Antigonish, Nova Scotia)

 

Research Supervision

(Buffalo Geosciences Program 2005-2007).

  • Sarajane Gomlak-Green
  • Emily L. Harper
  • Nicole Jarzyniecki
  • Archana Jayakumar
  • Monica L. Ridgeway
  • Kathryn M. Whalen
  • Lisa M. Wischerath

 

I. Refereed Articles
II. Submitted manuscripts
III. Manuscripts in progress
IV. Conference Abstracts
V. Book Projects
VI. Unpublished Theses and Reports
VII. Various
VIII: Invited Lectures and other presentations
IX. Workshop presentations



I. Refereed Articles

  1. Erdtmann, B.-D., Maletz, J. & Gutierrez Marco, J. C. 1987. The new early Ordovician (Hunneberg Stage) graptolite genus Paradelograptus (Kinnegraptidae), its phylogeny and biostratigraphy. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 61, 109-131.
  2. Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1987. Adelograptus tenellus (Linnarsson, 1871): its astogenetic development and its stratigraphical and palaeogeographical distribution. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 35, 179-190.
  3. Lindholm, K. & Maletz, J. 1989. Intraspecific variation and relationships of some Lower Ordovician species of the dichograptid, Clonograptus. Palaeontology 32, 711-743.
  4. Bahlburg, H., Breitkreuz, C., Maletz, J., Moya, M. C. & Salfity, J. A. 1990. The Ordovician sedimentary rocks in the northern Puna of Argentina and Chile: new stratigraphical data based on graptolites. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 23, 69-89.
  5. Maletz, J., Rushton, A. W. A. & Lindholm, K. 1991. A new early Ordovician didymograptid, and its bearing on the correlation of the Skiddaw Group of England with the Töyen shale of Scandinavia. Geological Magazine 128, 335-343.
  6. Beckly, A. & Maletz, J. 1991. The Ordovician graptolites Azygograptus and Jishougraptus in Scandinavia and Britain. Palaeontology 34, 887-925.
  7. Maletz, J. 1992. The Arenig/Llanvirn boundary in the Quebec Appalachians. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 26, 49-64.
  8. Servais, T. & Maletz, J. 1992. Lower Llanvirn (Ordovician) graptolites and acritarchs from the "assise de Huy", Bande de Sambre-et-Meuse, Belgium. Annales de la Societé géologique de Belgique 115, 265-285.
  9. Maletz, J. 1992. Yapeenian graptolites in the Quebec Appalachians. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 29, 1330-1334.
  10. Maletz, J. 1992. The proximal development in Anisograptids (Graptoloidea, Anisograptidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 66, 297-309.
  11. Maletz, J. 1993. A possible abrograptid graptolite (Abrograptidae, Graptoloidea) from western Newfoundland. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 67, 323-329.
  12. Maletz, J. & Servais, T. 1993. Acritarchs and graptolites from the Early Llanvirn (Ordovician) of the Herscheider Schichten (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 190, 125-142.
  13. Maletz, J. 1994. The rhabdosome architecture of Pterograptus (Graptoloidea, Dichograptidae). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 191, 345-356.
  14. Maletz, J. 1994. Pendent Didymograptids (Graptoloidea, Dichograptina), pp. 27-43. In Chen Xu, Erdtmann, B.-D. & Ni Yunan (eds.). Graptolite Research Today, Nanjing University Press.
  15. Maletz, J. 1995. Dicranograptus clingani in einem Geschiebe von Nienhagen (Mecklenburg). Geschiebekunde aktuell 11 (2), 33-35.
  16. Mitchell, C.E. & Maletz, J. 1995. Proposal for adoption of the base of the Undulograptus austrodentatus Biozone as a global Ordovician stage and series boundary level. Lethaia 28, 317-331.
  17. Maletz, J., Kley, J., & Reinhardt, M. 1995. New data on the palaeontology and biostratigraphy of the Ordovician in Southern Bolivia. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 32, 163-173.
  18. Maletz, J. 1995. The Middle Ordovician (Llanvirn) graptolite succession of the Albjära core (Scania, Sweden) and its implication for a revised biozonation. Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften 23, 249-259.
  19. Chen Xu, Mitchell, C.E., Zhang Yuan-dong, Bergström, S. M., Winston, D. and Maletz, J. 1995. Graptolite species succession across the base of the Undulograptus austrodentatus zone in South-Central China and prospects for use as a global stratotype. pp. 157-161. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  20. Erdtmann, B.-D. & Maletz, J. 1995. The Lower Hunneberg Interval (LHI): a proposal to solve the Tremadoc/Arenig boundary crisis. pp. 137-138. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  21. Katzung, G., Giese, U., Maletz, J., Servais, T. & VanGrootel, G. 1995. The eastern end of Avalonia: Continuation into northern Central Europe. pp. 233-236. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  22. Maletz, J., Löfgren, A. & Bergström, S. M. 1995. The Diabasbrottet Section at Mt. Hunneberg, Province of Västergötland: A proposed Candidate for a Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Second Series of the Ordovician System. pp. 139-143. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  23. Maletz, J. & Ortega, G. (1995). Ordovician graptolites of South America: palaeogeographic implications. pp. 189-192. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  24. Mitchell, C. E., Maletz, J. & Zhang, Yuan-dong 1995. Evolutionary origins of the Diplograptina. pp. 401-404. In Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., & Finney, S.C. (eds.). Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. The Pacific Section Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), Book 77.
  25. Maletz, J. 1995. Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 12.-16. Juni 1995. Paläontologie aktuell 32, 41-42.
  26. Maletz, J. 1995. Fifth International Conference of the Graptolite working group, International Association, Long Beach, California, 22.-25.6.1995. Paläontologie aktuell 32, 42-43.
  27. Maletz, J. & B.-D. Erdtmann 1995. Lebende Graptolithen? - Leider nicht! Paläontologie aktuell 32, 50-51.
  28. Maletz, J. 1996. The identity of Didymograptus (Expansograptus) suecicus (Tullberg) and related species (Graptoloidea, Dichograptidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 70, 203-212.
  29. Maletz, J. 1996. The Lower Ordovician graptolites Didymograptus balticus Tullberg and D. protobalticus Monsen. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 76, 107-114.
  30. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C.E. 1996. Evolution and phylogenetic classification of the Glossograptidae and Arienigraptidae (Graptoloidea): New data and remaining questions. Journal of Paleontology 70, 641-655.
  31. Maletz, J. 1996. Saetograptus cf. leintwardinensis in einem Geschiebe von Nienhagen. Geschiebekunde aktuell 12, 111-116.
  32. Maletz, J., Löfgren, A. & Bergström, S.M. 1996. Proposal for the adoption of the Diabasbrottet section (Hunneberg, Västergötland) as a Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the Second Series of the Ordovician System. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 34, 129-159.
  33. Alberti, G.K.B., Becker, G., Becker, Th., Carls, P., Groos-Uffenorde, H., Korn, D., Maletz, J., May, A., Mittmeyer, H.G., Rabien, A., Schindler, W., Struve, W., Walliser, O.H., Weddige, K. & Ziegler, W. (ed.: Weddige, K.) 1996. Beiträge zu Gemeinschaftsaufgaben der deutschen Subkommission für Devon-Stratigraphie, 1: Devon-Korrelationstabelle. Senckenbergiana lethaea 76, 267-286, 7 text-figs., 43 table-columns
  34. Alberti, G.K.B. & Maletz, J. 1996. Graptolithen-Zonen, Monograpten, global; Unterdevon. Spalte B080di96. - In Alberti, G.K.B., Becker, G., Becker, Th., Carls, P., Groos-Uffenorde, H., Korn, D., Maletz, J., May, A., Mittmeyer, H.G., Rabien, A., Schindler, W., Struve, W., Walliser, O.H., Weddige, K. & Ziegler, W. (ed.: Weddige, K.): Beiträge zu Gemeinschaftsaufgaben der deutschen Subkommission für Devon-Stratigraphie, 1: Devon-Korrelationstabelle. Senckenbergiana lethaea 76, 267-286, 7 text-figs., 43 table-columns
  35. Müller, J., Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S., & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1996. Turbiditicas caradocianas - (?) ashgillianas inferiores en la Cordillera Oriental al sur de Bolivia: implicaciones cinematicas. Memorias del 12. Congresso Geologico de Bolivia - Tarija, Bolivia, 747-753.
  36. Maletz, J. 1997. Arenig Biostratigraphy of the Pointe-de-Lévy slice, Québec Appalachians, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 34, 733-752.
  37. Maletz, J. 1997. Graptolites from the Nicholsonograptus fasciculatus and Pterograptus elegans Zones (Abereiddian, Ordovician) of the Oslo Region, Norway. Greifswalder Geowissenschaftliche Beiträge 4, 5-100.
  38. Maletz, J. & Reich, M. 1997. Llandovery radiolarians and sponge spicules from the Siljan district, Sweden. Greifswalder Geowissenschaftliche Beiträge 4, 101-111.
  39. Maletz, J. 1997. Ordovician and Silurian strata of the G-14 well (Baltic sea): graptolite faunas and biostratigraphy. Zeitschrift für Geologische Wissenschaften 25, 29-39.
  40. Maletz, J. 1997. The rhabdosome structure of a Saetograptus species (Graptoloidea, Monograptacea) from a North German glacial boulder. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 71, 247-255.
  41. Maletz, J., Beier, H., Katzung, G. & Niedzwiedz, A. 1997. A Lower Palaeozoic (Ordovician - Silurian) foreland basin at the southwestern rim of Baltica. Terra Nostra 97/11, 81-84.
  42. Maletz, J. 1997. The International Stratigraphic Guide. A Guide to Stratigraphic Classification, Terminology, and Procedure. Nachrichten der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 61, 105-106
  43. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C.E. 1997. In memorium - Reinhart Kraatz (1925-1996). Graptolite News 9, 2-3.
  44. Bergström, S. M., Maletz, J., & Löfgren, A. 1997. Discussion of the two proposed stratotype sections of the base of the second stage of the Ordovician System. Ordovician News 14, 33-37.
  45. Maletz, J. 1997. Graptolites below the base of the Tetragraptus approximatus Zone. Ordovician News 14, 43-51.
  46. Cooper, R. A., Maletz, J., Wang, H.-F. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1998. Taxonomy and evolution of earliest Ordovician graptoloids. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 78, 3-32.
  47. Maletz, J. & Servais, T. 1998. Upper Ordovician graptolites from the Brabant Massif, Belgium. Geobios 31, 21-37.
  48. Maletz, J. 1998. Undulograptus dicellograptoides n. sp., an unusual diplograptid from the Late Arenig of Canada. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 72, 111-116.
  49. Paalits, I., Maletz, J., Maslov, A. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1998. Age and fossils of the Sermenovo Formation (Silurian), Southern Urals (Russia). Newsletters on Stratigraphy 36, 145-156.
  50. Maletz, J., Königshof, P., Meco, S. & Schindler, E. 1998. Late Wenlock to Early Ludlow graptolites from Albania. Senckenbergiana Lethaea 78, 141-151.
  51. Maletz, J. 1998. Die Graptolithen des Ordoviziums von Rügen (Norddeutschland, Vorpommern). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 72, 351-372.
  52. Maletz, J., Beier, H., Katzung, G. & Niedzwiedz, A. 1998. Palaeozoic strata in subsurface North Germany: Remains of an Ordovician - Silurian foreland basin. In Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. & Rábano, I. (eds.). Proceedings of the Sixth International Graptolite Conference of the GWG (IPA) and the SW Iberia Field Meeting 1998 of the International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ICS-IUGS). Temas Geologico-Mineros ITGE 23, 101-103.
  53. Erdtmann, B.-D., Maslov, A., Maletz, J. & Paalits, I. 1998. Late Arenig - Llanvirn graptolites from Kaga Village, Bashkiria, Southern Urals of Russia. In Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. & Rábano, I. (eds.). Proceedings of the Sixth International Graptolite Conference of the GWG (IPA) and the SW Iberia Field Meeting 1998 of the International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ICS-IUGS). Temas Geologico-Mineros ITGE 23, 180-182.
  54. Maletz, J. 1998. The evolution of the didymograptid Xiphograptus (Graptolithina, Didymograptinae). In Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C. & Rábano, I. (eds.). Proceedings of the Sixth International Graptolite Conference of the GWG (IPA) and the SW Iberia Field Meeting 1998 of the International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ICS-IUGS). Temas Geologico-Mineros ITGE 23, 215-217.
  55. Maletz, J. 1999. Heisograptus micropoma (Jaekel) in a north German glacial erratic boulder. Greifswalder Geowissenschaftliche Beiträge 6, 279-290.
  56. Maletz, J. 1999. Lowermost Silurian graptolite faunas of the Deerlijk 404 well, Brabant Massif (Belgium). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 213, 335-354.
  57. Maletz, J. 1999. Late Tremadoc graptolites and the base of the Tetragraptus approximatus zone. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Geologica 43, 25-28.
  58. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, J.O. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1999. Late Tremadoc to early Arenig graptolite succession of southern Bolivia. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Geologica 43, 29-32.
  59. Egenhoff, S., Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1999. Upper Ordovician basin evolution in southern Bolivia. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Geologica 43, 131-132.
  60. Stehl, J., Erdtmann, B.-D., Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 1999. A new view on some Upper Ordovician strata in Västergötland, Sweden. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Geologica 43, 137-138.
  61. Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1999. Ordovician graptolites in Germany. pp. 48-50. In Dzik, J., Linnemann, U. & Heuse, T. (eds.). Excursion Guide Poland and Germany, 13th - 20th June 1999. Field-Guide for ISOS, Prag 1999.
  62. Maletz, J. 2000. Review of the Ordovician biostratigraphy of the Herscheid Schichten (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 218, 45-60.
  63. Beier, H., Maletz, J. & Böhnke, A. 2000. Development of an Early Palaeozoic foreland basin at the SW margin of Baltica. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 218, 129-152.
  64. Noble, P.J. & Maletz, J. 2000. Radiolaria from the Telychian (Llandovery, Early Silurian) of Dalarna, Sweden. Micropaleontology 46, 265-275.
  65. Maletz, J. & Egenhoff, S.O. 2001. The Late Tremadoc to early Arenig graptolite succession of southern Bolivia and their implications for a worldwide biozonation. Lethaia 34, 47-62.
  66. Albani, R., Bagnoli, G., Maletz, J. and Stouge, S. 2001. Integrated chitinozoan, conodont and graptolite biostratigraphy from the Upper Cape Cormorant Formation (Middle Ordovician), western Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38, 387-409.
  67. Maletz, J. 2001. Graptolite biostratigraphy of the Rügen wells. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 222, 55-72.
  68. Maletz, J. 2001. A condensed Lower to Middle Ordovician graptolite succession at Matane (Québec, Canada). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38, 1531-1539.
  69. Eiserhardt, K.-H., Koch, L. & Maletz, J. 2001. 4.29 Nördliches Rheinisches Schiefergebirge (29). In Beier, H., Burmann, G., Ehling, B.-C., Eiserhardt, K. H., Franzke, H.-J., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Hoth, K., Kämpf, H., Katzung, G., Koch, L., Leonhardt, D., Kopp, J., Maletz, J., Ribbert, K.-H., Schallreuter, R., Schenk, P. F., Servais, T., Tietz, O., Vanguestaine, M. & Wunderlich, J. (Stratigraphische Kommission Deutschland; Herausgeber): Stratigraphie von Deutschland II. Ordovizium, Kambrium, Vendium, Riphäikum Teil III: Nordthüringen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Niedersachsen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, deutscher Anteil Ostsee, Schleswig-Holstein, deutscher Anteil Nordsee. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 235, 90-108.
  70. Beier, H., Katzung, G., Maletz, J. & Schallreuter, R. 2001. 4. 31 Vorpommern und angrenzende Ostsee (Rügen-Kaledoniden) (31). In Beier, H., Burmann, G., Ehling, B.-C., Eiserhardt, K. H., Franzke, H.-J., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Hoth, K., Kämpf, H., Katzung, G., Koch, L., Leonhardt, D., Kopp, J., Maletz, J., Ribbert, K.-H., Schallreuter, R., Schenk, P. F., Servais, T., Tietz, O., Vanguestaine, M. & Wunderlich, J. (Stratigraphische Kommission Deutschland; Herausgeber): Stratigraphie von Deutschland II. Ordovizium, Kambrium, Vendium, Riphäikum Teil III: Nordthüringen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Niedersachsen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, deutscher Anteil Ostsee, Schleswig-Holstein, deutscher Anteil Nordsee. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 235, 120-134.
  71. Beier, H., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Katzung, G., Maletz, J. & Schallreuter, R. 2001. 4.32 Adlergrund (Vorland der Rügen-Kaledoniden) (32). In Beier, H., Burmann, G., Ehling, B.-C., Eiserhardt, K. H., Franzke, H.-J., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Hoth, K., Kämpf, H., Katzung, G., Koch, L., Leonhardt, D., Kopp, J., Maletz, J., Ribbert, K.-H., Schallreuter, R., Schenk, P. F., Servais, T., Tietz, O., Vanguestaine, M. & Wunderlich, J. (Stratigraphische Kommission Deutschland; Herausgeber): Stratigraphie von Deutschland II. Ordovizium, Kambrium, Vendium, Riphäikum Teil III: Nordthüringen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Niedersachsen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, deutscher Anteil Ostsee, Schleswig-Holstein, deutscher Anteil Nordsee. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 235, 135-151.
  72. Maletz, J. 2001. Graptolite Research in Germany. Geologica Saxonica, Abhandlungen des Staatlichen Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie Dresden (Hanns Bruno Geinitz Symposium) 46/47, 169-180.
  73. Maletz, J., Suarez Soruco, R. & Egenhoff, S. O. 2002. Upper Silurian (Wenlock-Ludlow) graptolites in Bolivia. Palaeontology 45, 327-341.
  74. Obst, K., Böhnke, A., Maletz, J. & Katzung, G. 2002. Pb-Pb zircon dating for tuff horizons in the Cyrtograptus Shale (Wenlock, Silurian) of Bornholm, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 48, 1-8.
  75. Egenhoff, S. O., Maletz, J., Weber, B. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 2002. The Middle Ordovician Jurcuma section: A pinpoint for the basin evolution in southern Bolivia. Freiberger Forschungshefte C497, 9-17.
  76. Loydell, D. K. & Maletz, J. 2002. Isolated ‚Monograptusgemmatus (Barrande) from the Silurian of Osmundsberget, Sweden. GFF 124, 193-196.
  77. Maletz, J., Menning, M., Heuse, T. & Leonhardt, D. 2002. Evaluating the series and stages of the Silurian System. Silurian Times 10, 3 pp.
  78. Maletz, J., Hoth, K., Weyer, D. & Subkommission Riphaikum-Silur. 2002. Silur. In Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission (Hrsg.). Stratigraphische Tabelle von Deutschland 2002 [German Stratigraphic Commission (ed.) Stratigraphic Table of Germany 2002].
  79. Maletz, J. & Zhang, Y.-D. 2003. The proximal structure and development in the Ordovician graptolite Parisograptus Chen and Zhang, 1996. Palaeontology 46, 295-306.
  80. Maletz, J. 2003. Genetically controlled cortical tissue deposition in Normalograptus scalaris (Hisinger, 1837). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 77, 471-476.
  81. Maletz, J. & Egenhoff, S. O. 2003. Lower to Middle Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of southern Bolivia. Revista Tecnica de YPFB 21, 103-115.
  82. Maletz, J. & Katzung, G. 2003. Silur. pp. 130-140. In Seidel, G. (ed.). Geologie von Thüringen. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung.
  83. Brussa, E.D., Mitchell, C.E., Ortega, G., Maletz, J. & Astini, R.A.2003. Middle Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy from the Los Azules Formation at Los Gatos Creek, central Precordillera, Argentina. In Ortega, G. & Acenolaza, G.F. (eds.) Proceedings 7th IGC-FMSS, INSUEGEO, Serie Correlacion Geologica 18, 21-25.
  84. Maletz, J., Mitchell, C. E., Melchin, M. J. & Dunlavey, T. 2003. Revision of the Castlemanian isograptid (graptolite) biostratigraphy in western Newfoundland. In Ortega, G. & Acenolaza, G.F. (eds.) Proceedings 7th IGC-FMSS, INSUEGEO, Serie Correlacion Geologica 18, 55-60.
  85. Mitchell, C.E., Goldman, D., Cone, M., Maletz, J. & Janousek, H. 2003. Ordovician graptolites of the Phi Kappa Formation at Trail Creek, central Idaho, USA: A revised biostratigraphy. In Ortega, G. & Acenolaza, G.F. (eds.) Proceedings 7th IGC-FMSS, INSUEGEO, Serie Correlacion Geologica 18, 69-72.
  86. Maletz, J. 2004. Isolated Chewtonian (Lower Ordovician) graptolites from western Newfoundland. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 78, 173-187.
  87. Egenhoff, S. O., Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 2004. Lower Ordovician graptolite biozonation and lithofacies of southern Bolivia: relevance for palaeogeographic interpretations. Geological Magazine 141, 287-299.
  88. Cooper, R., Maletz, J., Taylor, L. & Zalasiewicz, J. 2004. Graptolites: Patterns of diversity across paleolatitudes. pp. 281-293. In Webby, B.D., Paris, F., Droser, M.L. & Percival, I.C. (eds.). The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. Critical Moments and Perspectives in Earth History and Paleobiology. Bottjer, D.J., Bambach, R.K. & Suess, H.-D. (eds.). Columbia University Press.
  89. Katzung, G., Maletz, J. & Feldrappe, H. 2004. Altpaläozoikum. pp. 51-69. In Katzung, G. Geologie von Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung.
  90. Maletz, J. 2004. Late Arenig (Castlemainian 4) graptolites from the Ballantrae Complex, SW Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology 40, 185-187 (including reply by P. Stone & A. W. A. Rushton, p. 187).
  91. Loydell, D. K. & Maletz, J. 2004. The Silurian graptolite genera Streptograptus and Pseudostreptograptus. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 2, 65-93.
  92. Bergström, S.M., Löfgren, A. & Maletz, J. 2004. The GSSP of the Second (Upper) Stage of the Lower Ordovician Series: Diabasbrotter at Hunneberg, Province of Västergötland, Southwestern Sweden. Episodes 27 (4), 265-272.
  93. Maletz, J., Steiner, M. & Fatka, O. 2005. Middle Cambrian pterobranchs and the question: What is a graptolite? Lethaia 38, 73-85.
  94. Maletz, J. & Egenhoff, S.O. 2005. Dendroid graptolites in the Elnes Formation (Middle Ordovician), Oslo Region, Norway. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 85, 217-221.
  95. Maletz, J. 2005. Early Middle Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of the Lovisefred and Albjära wells (Scania, southern Sweden). Palaeontology 48(4), 763-780.
  96. Maletz, J., Goldman, D. & Cone, M. 2005. The Early to Middle Ordovician graptolite faunal succession of the Trail Creek section, Central Idaho, U.S.A. Geologica Acta 3(4), 395-409.
  97. Maletz, J. & Bruton, D. L. 2005. The Beothuka terranova (Radiolaria) assemblage and its importance for the understanding of early Ordovician radiolarian evolution. Geological Magazine 142 (6), 711-721.
  98. Leonhardt, D., Heuse, T., Hoth, K., Tröger, K.-A. & Maletz, J. 2005. Der Zeitabschnitt Proterozoikum – Silur in der Stratigraphischen Tabelle von Deutschland 2002. In Menning, M. & Hendrich, A. (eds.), Erläuterungen zur Stratigraphischen Tabelle von Deutschland 2005 (ESTD 2005), Newsletters on Stratigraphy 41 (1/3), 25-42.
  99. Maletz, J. 2006. The graptolite genus Hunnegraptus in the early Ordovician of North America. Journal of Paleontology 80(3), 423-429.
  100. Maletz, J. 2006. Dendroid graptolites from the Devonian of Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 80, 221-229.
  101. Maletz, J. 2006. Die Graptolithenbiostratigraphie im Silur und Unterdevon Deutschlands. In: Stratigraphische Kommission von Deutschland VII, Silur. Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission. (Hrsg.), Th. Heuse & D. Leonhardt (Redaktion), für die Subkommission Proterozoikum - Silur. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 46, 27-31.
  102. Feldrappe, H., Katzung, G. & Maletz, J. 2006. Regionale Einheit 5.1 Adlergrund (Vorland der Rügen-Kaledoniden). In: Stratigraphische Kommission von Deutschland VII, Silur. Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission. (Hrsg.), Th. Heuse & D. Leonhardt (Redaktion), für die Subkommission Proterozoikum - Silur. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 46, 32-33.
  103. Heuse, T., Schauer, M., Maletz, J. & Meisel, S. 2006. Regionale Einheit 5.11 Thüringisch-Fränkisches Schiefergebirge. In: Stratigraphische Kommission von Deutschland VII, Silur. Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission. (Hrsg.), Th. Heuse & D. Leonhardt (Redaktion), für die Subkommission Proterozoikum - Silur. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 46, 85-91.
  104. Blumenstengel, H., Hansch, W., Heuse, T., Leonhardt, D., Maletz, J., Meisel, S., Samuelsson, J., Sarmiento, G. N., Sehnert, M., Tröger, K.-A., Verniers, J. & Walter, H. 2006. Fauna und Flora im Silur Deutschlands In: Stratigraphische Kommission von Deutschland VII, Silur. Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission. (Hrsg.), Th. Heuse & D. Leonhardt (Redaktion), für die Subkommission Proterozoikum - Silur. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 46, 130-152.
  105. Bates, D. E. B., Kozlowska-Dawidziuk, A., Maletz, J., Kirk, N. H. & Lenz, A. C. 2006. The retioitid graptolite genus Plectograptus: new observations and new species. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 51, 525-540.
  106. Egenhoff, S. O., Weber, B., Lehnert, O. & Maletz, J. 2007. Biostratigraphic precision of the Cruziana rugosa Group: A study from the Ordovician of southern and ventral Bolivia. Geological Magazine 144 (2) 289-303.
  107. Maletz, J. & Bruton, D. L. 2007. Early Ordovician (Chewtonian to Castlemainian) radiolarians of Spitsbergen. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 5(3), 245-288.
  108. Maletz, J. 2007. The Ordovician Beothuka terranova (Radiolaria) assemblage in western Newfoundland. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 81 (1), 71-82.
  109. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2007. Graptolites as indicators of maximum flooding surfaces in monotonous deep-water shelf successions. Palaios 22, 374-384.
  110. Brussa, E., Maletz, J., Mitchell, C. E. & Goldman, D. 2007. Nemagraptus gracilis (J. Hall) in Bolivia and Peru. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 57-63.
  111. Goldman, D., Mitchell, C. E., Maletz, J., Riva, J. F., Leslie, S. A. & Motz, G. J. 2007. Ordovician graptolites and conodonts of the Phi Kappa Formation in the Trail Creek region of central Idaho: a revised, integrated biostratigraphy. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 155-162.
  112. Maletz, J. 2007. Overlooked and ignored: Radiolarians and their biostratigraphic potential in the Ordovician. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 291-297.
  113. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S., Böhme, M., Asch, R., Borowski, K., Höntzsch, S. & Kirsch, M. 2007. The Elnes Formation of southern Norway: Key to the Middle Ordovician biostratigraphy & biogeography. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 298-304.
  114. Mitchell, C. E., Goldman, D., Klosterman, S. L., Maletz, J., Sheets, H. D. & Melchin, M. J. 2007. Phylogeny of the Diplograptoidea. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 332-339.
  115. Toro, B. & Maletz, J. 2007. Deflexed Baltograptus species in the early to mid Arenig biostratigraphy of Northwestern Argentina. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 489-496.
  116. Verniers, J., Maletz, J., Kriz, J., Zigaite, Z., Paris, F., Schönlaub, H.-P. & Wrona, R. 2007. An overview of the Silurian System of Central Europe. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 46 (Suppl.), 507-510.
  117. Maletz, J. 2008. Middle to Upper Devonian Stratigraphy and Faunas of Erie County, western New York. NE GSA Field Trip, March, 30th, 2008. 1-14. In Martínez-Hackert, Bettina (ed.). Field Trip Guidebook. Northeastern section, GSA. 43rd Annual meeting, 27-29 March 2008, Buffalo, NY.
  118. Toro, B. & Maletz, J. 2008. The proximal development in Cymatograptus (Graptoloidea) from Argentina and its relevance for the early evolution of the Dichograptacea. Journal of Paleontology 82(5), 974-983.
  119. Maletz, J. & Bruton, D. L. 2008. The Middle Ordovician Proventocitum procerulum radiolarian assemblage of Spitsbergen and its biostratigraphic correlation. Palaeontology 51, 1181-1200.
  120. Verniers, J., Maletz, J., Kriz, J., Zigaite, Z., Paris, F., Schönlaub, H.-P. & Wrona,R. 2008. Silurian. pp. 249-302. In McCann, T. (ed.). The Geology of Central Europe. Geological Society, London.
  121. Maletz, J. 2008. Retiolitid graptolites from the collection of Hermann Jaeger in the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin (Germany). I. Neogothograptus & Holoretiolites. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 82 (3), 285-307.
  122. Mitchell, C. E., Brussa, E. D. & Maletz, J. 2008. A mixed isograptid-didymograptid graptolite assemblage from the Middle Ordovician of west Gondwana (NW Bolivia). Journal of Paleontology 82, 1114-1126.
  123. Maletz, J., Albanesi, G. L. & Voldman, G G. 2009. Lower Darriwilian radiolarians from the Argentine Precordillera. Geobios 42, 53-61.
  124. Mitchell, C. E., Maletz, J. & Goldman, D. 2009. What is Diplograptus? Bulletin of Geosciences 84, 27-34.
  125. Maletz, J., Carlucci, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 2009. Graptoloid cladistics, taxonomy & phylogeny. Bulletin of Geosciences 84, 7-19.
  126. Loydell, D. K. & Maletz, J. 2009. Isolated graptolites of the Lituigraptus convolutus Biozone (Silurian, Llandovery) of Dalarna, Sweden. Palaeontology 51, 273-296.
  127. Heuse, T., Blumenstengel, H., Elicki, O., Geyer, G., Hansch, W., Maletz, J., Sarmiento, G.N., Weyer, D. 2009. Biostratigraphy – The faunal province of the southern margin of the Rheic Ocean. In Linnemann, U. & Romer, R.L. (eds.) Pre-Mesozoic Geology of Saxo-Thuringia – From the Cadomian Active Margin to the Variscan Orogen. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart, pp. 99-170.

    a
    ). Heuse, T., Geyer, G. & Maletz, J. 2009. Ordovician biostratigraphy. In Linnemann, U. & Romer, R.L. (eds.) Pre-Mesozoic Geology of Saxo-Thuringia – From the Cadomian Active Margin to the Variscan Orogen. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart.

    b
    ) Maletz, J., Hansch, W., Sarmiento, G. & Heuse, T. 2009. Silurian biostratigraphy. In Linnemann, U. & Romer, R.L. (eds.) Pre-Mesozoic Geology of Saxo-Thuringia – From the Cadomian Active Margin to the Variscan Orogen. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart.

  128. Maletz, J. 2009. Holmograptus spinosus and the Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) graptolite biostratigraphy at Les Méchins (Quebec, Canada). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 46,739-755.
  129. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S. & Alonso, R. 2010. The Upper Tremadocian (Ordovician) graptolite Bryograptus in Argentina and Norway: biostratigraphy and biogeography. Palaeontology 53 (1), 59-75.
  130. Maletz, J., Reimann, C., Spiske, M., Bahlburg, H. & Brussa, E. 2010. Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician) graptolites of southern Peru. Geological Journal 45 (4), 397–411. doi: 10.1002/gj.1182.
  131. Egenhoff, S., Cassle, C., Maletz, J., Ebbestad, J. O., Frisk, Å., & Stübner, K. 2010. Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the most pronounced Early Ordovician sea-level fall on Baltica - the Bjørkåsholmen Formation in Norway and Sweden. Sedimentary Geology 224, 1-14.
  132. Maletz, J. 2010. Xiphograptus and the evolution of the virgella-bearing graptoloids. Palaeontology 53 (2), 415-439.
  133. Maletz, J. 2010. Retiolitid graptolites from the collection of Hermann Jaeger in the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin (Germany). II. Cometograptus, Spinograptus, and Plectograptus. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 84, 501-522. DOI: 10.1007/s12542-010-0065-x.
  134. Maletz, J. & Ahlberg, P. 2011. The Lerhamn drill core and its bearing for the graptolite biostratigraphy of the Ordovician Tøyen Shale in Scania, southern Sweden. Lethaia 44, 350-368.DOI: 10.1111 ⁄ j.1502-3931.2010.00246.x.
  135. Maletz, J. 2011. Radiolarian skeletal structures and biostratigraphy in the Early Palaeozoic (Cambrian - Ordovician). Palaeoworld 20, 116-133. doi:10.1016/j.palwor.2010.12.007
  136. Maletz, J. 2011. Tetrentactinia barysphaera Foreman, 1963: skeletal structure and age of a biostratigraphically important Famennian (Upper Devonian) radiolarian from the Ohio Shale, USA. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 85, 383-392. DOI 10.1007/s12542-011-0103-3.
  137. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S., Böhme, M., Asch, R., Borowski, K., Höntzsch, S., Kirsch, M. & Werner, M. 2011. A tale of both sides of Iapetus - Upper Darriwilian (Ordovician) graptolite faunal dynamics on the edges of two continents. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 48, 841-859. Doi: 10.1139/E10-105.
  138. Maletz, J. & Ahlberg, P. 2011. Darriwilian (Ordovician) graptolite faunas and biogeography of the Tøyen Shale in the Krapperup drill core (Scania, southern Sweden). In: J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano and D. García-Bellido (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 327-332.
  139. Maletz, J. & Egenhoff, S. 2011. Graptolite biostratigraphy and biogeography of the Table Head and Goose Tickle Groups of western Newfoundland. In: J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano and D. García-Bellido (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 333-338.
  140. Sell, B. K., Leslie, S. A. & Maletz, J. 2011. New U-Pb zircon data for the GSSP for the base of the Katian in Atoka, Oklahoma, USA and the Darriwilian in Newfoundland, Canada. In: J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano and D. García-Bellido (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 537-546.
  141. Toro, B. A., Maletz, J., Zhang, Y.D. & Zhang J.2011. Comparative analysis of the early Ordovician baltograptid species of northwestern Argentina, Baltoscandia and South China. In: J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano and D. García-Bellido (eds.), Ordovician of the World. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero 14, 597-603.
  142. Maletz, J. 2011. The proximal development of the Middle Ordovician graptolite Skanegraptus janus from the Krapperup drill core of Scania, Sweden. GFF 133, 49-56. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2011.564293.
  143. Maletz, J. 2011. The identity of the Ordovician (Darriwilian) graptolite Fucoides dentatus Brongniart, 1828. Palaeontology 54 (4), 851-865. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4983.2011.01068.x
  144. Egenhoff, S., van Dolah, A., Jaffri, A. & Maletz, J. 2011. Chapter 2. Facies architecture and sequence stratigraphy of the Middle Bakken Member, Williston Basin, North Dakota. In: Robinson, J. W., LeFever, J. A. & Gaswirth, S. B. (eds.). The Bakken – Three Forks Petroleum System in the Williston Basin. Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists 2011, 27-47.
  145. Maletz, J. 2011. Scandinavian Isograptids (Graptolithina, Isograptidae): biostratigraphy and taxonomy. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 58 (4), 267-280. doi: 10.1144/pygs.58.4.295
  146. Maletz, J. 2011. The identity of Climacograptus pungens Ruedemann, 1904. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 48, 1355-1367. doi:10.1139/E11-038.
  147. Vento, B. A., Toro, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2012. New insights for the paleobiogeographic analysis of the early Ordovician graptolite faunas of Northwestern Argentina. Comptes rendus Paleovol 11, 345-355. doi:10.1016/j.crpv.2012.02.002.
  148. Lehnert, O., Meinhold, G., Bergström, S. M., Calner, M., Ebbestad, J.O.R., Egenhoff, S., Frisk, A. M., Hannah, J. L., Högström, A., E. S., Juhlin, C., Maletz, J., Stein, H. J., Sturkell, E. & Vandenbroucke, T. 2012. Preliminary report on new drill cores from the Siljan impact structure in central Sweden – an integral part of the Swedish Deep Drilling Program. GFF 134, 87-98. doi: 10.1080/11035897.2012.692707.
  149. Mitchell, C. E., Melchin, M. J., Cameron, C. B. & Maletz, J. 2013. Phylogenetic analysis reveals that Rhabdopleura is an extant graptolite. Lethaia 46, 34-56. DOI: 10.1111 ⁄ j.1502-3931.2012.00319.x.
  150. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2013. The sediments of the Floian GSSP – depositional history of the Ordovician succession at Mount Hunneberg, Västergötland, Sweden. GFF 134, 237-249. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/11035897.2012.749943
  151. Maletz, J. & Slovacek, M. 2013. The tubarium construction of Lower Ordovician (Dapingian) Baltograptus species (Graptolithina) from Dalarna, Sweden. Palaeontology 56 (5), 1107-1120. doi: 10.1111/pala.12038.
  152. Maletz, J. & Kozlowska, A. 2013. Ordovician graptolites from the Yichang area, Hubei, China. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87 (4), 445-454.DOI: 10.1007/s12542-013-0174-4.
  153. Ahlberg, P., Calner, M., Lehnert, O. & Maletz, J. 2013. Stop 14. Diabasbrottet. In Calner, M., Ahlberg, P., Lehnert, O. & Erlström, M. (eds.). The Lower Palaeozoic of southern Sweden and the Oslo Region, Norway. Field Guide for the 3rd Annual Meeting of the IGCP project 591. Rapporter och meddelanden 133, 56-58.
  154. Danelian, T., Noble, P., Pouille, L. & Maletz, J. 2013. Palaeogeographic distribution of Ordovician radiolarian occurrences: patterns, significance and limitations. In Harper, D. A. T. & Servais, T. (eds). Early Palaeozoic Palaeobiogeography and Palaeogeography. Geological Society, London, Memoir 38, 407-413. Doi:10.1144/M38.25
  155. Goldman, D., Maletz, J., Melchin, M. J. & Fan, J. 2013. Lower Palaeozoic graptolite biogeography. In Harper, D. A. T. & Servais, T. (eds). Early Palaeozoic Palaeobiogeography and Palaeogeography. Geological Society, London, Memoir 38, 415-428. doi: 10.1144/M38.26
  156. Pouille, L., Danelian, T. & Maletz, J. 2013. Radiolarian diversity changes during the Late Cambrian – Early Ordovician transition as recorded in the Cow Head Group of Newfoundland (Canada). Marine Micropaleontology 110, 25-41. doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2013.05.002
  157. Carrera, M. G. & Maletz, J. 2014. Ordovician sponge spicules from Spitsbergen, Nevada and Newfoundland: new evidence for hexactinellid and demosponge early diversification. Journal of Systematic Paleontology 12 (8), 961-981. doi.org/10.1080/14772019.2013.846946
  158. Vento, B., Toro, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2014.Paleoecological and paleobiogeographical considerations of Ordovician graptolites from the Cordillera Oriental, Jujuy Province, Argentina.Historical Biology 26 (6), 765-774.doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2013.845881
  159. Koch, L., Servais, T., Maletz, J., Vandenbroucke, T. R. A. & Verniers, J. 2014. The Ordovician of the Ebbe Inlier (Rhenish Massif, western Germany). Revisited. GFF 136 (1), 142-146. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2013.876658
  160. Maletz, J., Ahlberg, P., Suyarkova, A. & Loydell, D. K. 2014. Silurian graptolite biostratigraphy of the Röstånga-1 drill-core, Scania – a standard for southern Scandinavia. GFF 136 (1), 175-178. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2013.865665
  161. Maletz, J., Steiner, M., Weber, B. & Zhu, M. 2014. The Cambrian Bioradiation Event: A Chinese Perspective. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398, 1-3.DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.12.017
  162. Maletz, J. 2014. Fossil Hemichordata (Pterobranchia, Enteropneusta). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398, 16-27.DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.06.010
  163. Maletz, J., Bates, D. E. B., Brussa, E. D., Cooper, R. A., Lenz, A. C., Riva, J. F., Toro, B. A. & Zhang, Y. D. 2014. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part V, revised, Chapter 12: Glossary of the Hemichordata. Treatise Online 62, 1-23, 6 figs. ISSN 2153-4012.
  164. Maletz, J. 2014. The Classification of the Graptolithina Bronn, 1849. Bulletin of Geosciences 89 (3), 477-540. DOI 10.3140/bull.geosci.1465.
  165. Maletz, J. 2015. Graptolite reconstructions and interpretations. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 89 (3), 271-286. DOI 10.1007/s12542-014-0234-4.
  166. Kalbe, J. & Maletz, J. 2015. Graptolithen des Oberen Ordoviziums in einem Geschiebe von Mysinge, Öland. Archiv für Geschiebekunde 31 (1), 5-10. ISSN 0178-1731.
  167. Goldman, D., Nolvak, J. & Maletz, J. 2015. Middle to late Ordovician graptolite and chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the Kandava-25 drill core in western Latvia. GFF. DOI 10.1080/11035897.2015.1021375.
  168. Bates, D. E. B., Maletz, J. & Zalasiewicz, J. 2015. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part V, revised, Chapter 11: Graptolite preparation and illustration techniques. Treatise Online 65, 1-20. ISSN 2153-4012.
  169. Egenhoff, S. O., Fishman, N. S., Ahlberg, P., Maletz, J., Jackson, A., Kolte, K., Lowers, H., Mackie, J., Newby, W. & Petrowski, M. 2015. Sedimentology Of SPICE (Streptoean positive carbon isotope excursion): A high-resolution trace fossil and microfabric analysis of the middle to late Cambrian Alum Shale Formation, Southern Sweden. The Geological Society of America Special Paper 515, 87-102. doi:10.1130/2015.2515(05)
  170. Vento, B. A., Toro, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2015. Testing phylogenetic relationships of Floian (Ordovician) graptolite records from Argentina through cladistic analysis. Ameghiniana. 52 (5), 517-534. doi:10.5710/AMGH.23.07.2015.2856
  171. Maletz, J. & Steiner, M. 2015. Graptolites (Hemichordata, Pterobranchia) preservation and identification in the Cambrian Series 3. Palaeontology 58 (6), 1073-1107. doi: 10.1111/pala.12200
  172. VandenBerg, A. H. M. & Maletz, J. 2016. The holotype of Pseudisograptus manubriatus manubriatus (Hall, 1914) – implications for the identification of Pseudisograptus manubriatus subspecies. Alcheringa 40, xxx-xxx. DOI: 10.1080/03115518.2016.1144380
  173. Maletz, J., Lenz, A. C. & Bates, D. E. B. 2016. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part V, revised, Chapter 4: Morphology of the pterobranch tubarium. Treatise Online 76, 1-63.


II. Submitted Manuscripts

  1. Maletz, J. & Zhang, Y. D. (2016, in press). Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part V, Second Revision, Chapter 21: Suborder Glossograptina: Introduction, morphology, and systematic descriptions. Treatise Online.
  2. Borcovsky, D., Egenhoff, S., Fishman, N., Maletz, J., Boehlke, A., & Lowers, H. (accepted). Sedimentology, facies architecture, and sequence stratigraphy of a Mississippian black mudstone succession - the upper member of the Bakken Formation, North Dakota, USA. AAPG Bulletin.
  3. Maletz, J. (submitted). The identity of putative Lower Cambrian Radiolaria. Paläontologische Zeitschrift (PAZE-D-15-00043).
  4. Maletz, J., Wang Chuanshang & Wang Xiaofeng (submitted). Graptolite biostratigraphy of the Dapingian and ist international correlation. Fossils & Strata.
  5. Wolvers, H. M. & Maletz, J. (accpeted). Sphenoecium mesocambricus (Öpik, 1933) in the Middle Cambrian of Krekling, Norway. Norwegian Journal of Geology.


III. Manuscripts in progress

  1. Maletz, J. Graptolite Faunas and Biostratigraphy of the Upper Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician) Table Head and Goose Tickle Groups of Western Newfoundland. Fossils & Strata.
  2. Toro, B., Maletz, J. & Zhang, Y.-D. A detailed biostratigraphy of the Floian Stage (Lower Ordovician) in Peri-Gondwana and Baltica based on Baltograptus species. Journal of Paleontology.
  3. Maletz, J. & Zhang, Y.-D. The Sinograptidae - an update.Journal of Systematic Palaeontology.
  4. Maletz, J., Melchin, M. J., Bullock, P., Koren, T. N. & Russel-Houston, J. Paramonoclimacis sidjachenkoi (Obut & Sobolevskaya, 1968) and the origin of the streptograptid thecal aperture. Palaeontology.
  5. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. The Ups and Downs of Scandinavia in the early and Middle Ordovician. Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeoclimatology.
  6. Egenhoff, S., Dalhof, P., Girard, R., Hufford, J., Maletz, J., Olson-Larsen, S. Synsedimentary deformation of Ordovician strata in Ottenby, southern Öland (Sweden): implications for depositional conditions in the Baltic Epicontinental Sea. Geological Magazine.

 

 IV. Conference Abstracts

  1. Erdtmann, B.-D. & Maletz, J. 1985. "Clonograptus" tenellus (Linnarsson, 1871), its varieties, and Adelograptus hunnebergensis (Moberg, 1892): type material, stratigraphical position, astogenetic variations, and taxonomic implications. In Bjerreskov, M. & Stouge, S. (eds.). Third International Conference of the Graptolite working group of the International Palaeontological Association, Kopenhagen 1985, Abstracts, 27-28. TALK
  2. Maletz, J. 1990. Arenig graptolite faunas from both sides of the Iapetus ocean - a comparison. Fourth International Conference of the Graptolite working group of the International Palaeontological Association. Nanjing 1990, Abstracts and Excursion, 26-27. TALK
  3. Maletz, J. 1990. Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of didymograptids and expansograptids. Fourth International Conference of the Graptolite working group of the International Palaeontological Association. Nanjing 1990, Abstracts and Excursion, 27-28. TALK
  4. Huttel, P. & Maletz, J. 1992. Late Cambrian and Early Ordovician eustatic events: Critical remarks. pp. 54-55. In O. H. Walliser (ed.). Phanerozoic Global Bio-Events and Event-Stratigraphy. Abstracts. (Fifth International Conference on Global Bio-Events). TALK
  5. Maletz, J. 1992. Biostratigraphy of endemic graptolite faunas from the Arenig and Llanvirn of the temperate to cold water palaeo-regions of Baltica and Gondwana. WOGOGOB Meeting, Oslo, August 1992. TALK
  6. Maletz, J. 1992. Endemic graptolite faunas from the Lower Ordovician of peri-Gondwana and their correlation. CABM`92 meeting, Nottingham, September 1992, Abstracts. TALK
  7. Servais, T. & Maletz, J. 1992. Acritarch/graptolite biostratigraphy and correlation of the Llanvirn between the Condroz area (Belgium) and the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge (Germany). CABM`92 meeting, Nottingham, September 1992, Abstracts. TALK
  8. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 1993. On the origin of the Diplograptacea (Graptoloidea). GSA Abstracts with Programs 25 (6), A 53. TALK
  9. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 1994. The correlation of late Lower to Middle Ordovician graptolite faunas from eastern North America. GSA Abstracts with Programs 26 (3), 58. TALK
  10. Servais, T. & Maletz, J. 1994. Acritarch/graptolite biostratigraphy and correlation of the Llanvirn (Ordovician) between the Condroz area (Belgium), the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge (western Germany), and the Island of Rügen (Baltic Sea). Meuse-Rhine Euregion Meeting, Krefeld, May 1994. TALK
  11. Maletz, J. 1994. Llanvirnian graptolites from Scandinavia. WOGOGOB meeting, Copenhagen 1994, Abstracts. TALK
  12. Mitchell, C. E. & Maletz, J. 1994. Graptolite biostratigraphy and age relations among the Middle Ordovician Table Head and Goose Tickle Groups, western Newfoundland, Canada. Fourth Canadian Palaeontology Conference, Sept. 23rd - 25th, 1994, St. Catherines, Ontario, 12. TALK
  13. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 1994. The virgella and the origin of the biserial graptolites (Diplograptacea, Graptoloidea). 64. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft 26.-30. September 1994, Budapest, Ungarn. Vortrags- und Posterkurzfassungen, 31. TALK
  14. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 1995. Atlantic versus Pacific Province Graptolite faunas in the Llanvirn - Where is the big difference? Graptolite News 8, 43-45. (5. Int. Conf. Graptolite working Group, Long Beach, June 23-25, 1995). TALK
  15. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 1995. Paraglossograptus tentaculatus Zone graptolites from the Lévis Formation (Quebec) and the Cow Head Group (western Newfoundland) and their bearing on the biostratigraphy of the early Darriwilian. Graptolite News 8, 46-48. (5. Int. Conf. Graptolite working Group, Long Beach, June 23-25, 1995). TALK
  16. Goldman, D., Mitchell, C. E. & Maletz, J. 1995. Cladistic and morphometric phylogenies of the Orthograptinae (Graptolithina). Graptolite News 8, 31-33. (5. Int. Conf. Graptolite working Group, Long Beach, June 23-25, 1995). TALK
  17. Maletz, J. 1995. Die dicellograptide Rhabdosomform in Undulograptus sp. nov. (Diplograptacea, Graptoloidea) aus dem späten Arenig - Ein Hinweis auf den Ursprung der Dicellograpten? Terra Nostra 4/95, 40-41 (65. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Hildesheim 1995). TALK
  18. Maletz, J. 1995. Können Graptolithen Hinweise auf prä-Varistische Terranes im nördlichen Mitteleuropa geben? - Das Beispiel Rügen. Nachrichten der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 54, 124-126 (Jahrestagung der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Greifswald). TALK
  19. Maletz, J. 1996. Das Ordovizium und Silur der G14 Bohrung: Biostratigraphische und paläogeographische Aspekte. Exkursionsführer und Veröffentlichungen, Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften e.V. 197, 51-52 (5. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, Clausthal-Zellerfeld). TALK
  20. Van Grootel, G., Maletz, J. & Servais, T. 1996. New biostratigraphical results in the Upper Ordovician of Belgium and the palaeobiogeographical relationship to Baltica. Baltic Conference, Tallinn 1996. TALK
  21. Maletz, J. 1996. Latest Ludlow graptolites from the Harz Mountains. Terra Nostra 96/6, 58 (66. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Leipzig). TALK
  22. Maletz, J. 1996. The intraspecific variation of Saetograptus cf. leintwardinensis from a North German glacial boulder. Terra Nostra 96/6, 59 (66. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Leipzig). TALK
  23. Maletz, J. 1996. Die Ordovizischen Graptolithenfaunen Südamerikas und ihre Aussagen zur Paläogeographie. Terra Nostra 8/96, 91-92 (Latein-Amerika Kolloquium, Hamburg). TALK
  24. Müller, J., Maletz, J., Jacobshagen, V. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1996. Hinweise auf kaledonische (ocloyische) und eoherzynische (chanische) Deformationen in Südbolivien. Terra Nostra 8/96, 102-103 (Latein-Amerika Kolloquium, Hamburg). POSTER
  25. Egenhoff, S., Erdtmann, B.-D., & Maletz, J. 1997. Die Sedimentologie der Ostkordillere Südboliviens - Ansätze für die Rekonstruktion einer Beckenentwicklung im Ordovizium. DFG Begutachtung SFB 267, Schmerwitz. TALK
  26. Maletz, J. 1997. Ordovician and Silurian strata of the G-14 well (Baltic Sea): Biostratigraphy and palaeogeography. Terra Nova 9, Abstract Supplement No. 1, 693. (European Union of Geosciences 9, Strasbourg, 23.-27. March 1997). POSTER
  27. Egenhoff, S., Müller, J., Maletz, J., & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1997. Basin development of an Ordovician back-arc basin in southern Bolivia. CSPG-Meeting, Calgary, June 1997. TALK
  28. Maletz, J. 1997. Llanvirn graptolite biostratigraphy in Scandinavia and its international correlation. WOGOGOB, St. Petersburg, August 1997. TALK
  29. Müller, J., Egenhoff, S., Maletz, J., Erdtmann, B.-D., & Jacobshagen, V. 1997. The Ordovician basin in the Eastern Cordillera of Southern Bolivia: a first attempt of reconstructing ist geometry. Gaea Heidelbergensis 3, 246 (18th IAS Regional Meeting on Sedimentology, Heidelberg, September 1997). TALK
  30. Maletz, J. 1997. Das Graptolithenzooid: Neue Vorstellungen. Terra Nostra 97/6, 77-78 (67. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Daun). TALK
  31. Maletz, J. & Reich, M. 1997. The first record of Silurian (Llandovery) radiolarians in Dalarna. Terra Nostra 97/6, 79-80 (67. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Daun). TALK
  32. Maletz, J. 1997. Cochlograptus veles, a peculiar monograptid from the Llandovery of Dalarna. Terra Nostra 97/6, 152-153 (67. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Daun). TALK
  33. Steiner, M. & Maletz, J. 1997. Ein Nachweis von dendroiden Graptolithen aus dem Mittelkambrium des Barrandiums (Tschechische Republik). Terra Nostra 97/6, 165-166 (67. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Daun). POSTER
  34. Beier, H., Maletz, J., & Katzung, G. 1997. Entwicklung eines kollisionsbedingten, altpaläozoischen Vorlandbeckens am SW-Rand der Osteuropäischen Plattform. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 2, 26-27 (149. Hauptversammlung der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft). TALK
  35. Katzung, G., Beier, H., Maletz, J., Niedzwiedz, A., & Obst, K. 1997. Kaledonische Plattentektonik am Südrand von Baltica. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 2, 69-70 (149. Hauptversammlung der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft). TALK
  36. Maletz, J. 1998. The Ordovician succession of Rügen: Palaeontological data from a Lower Palaeozoic accretionary wedge. Schriften des Staatlichen Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie zu Dresden 9, 164-165 (Pre-Variscan terrane analysis of “Gondwanan Europe”, Dresden). TALK
  37. Katzung, G., Beier, H., Maletz, J., Niedzwiedz, A., & Obst, K. 1998. Caledonian plate tectonics at the southern margin of Baltica. Schriften des Staatlichen Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie zu Dresden 9, 149. (Pre-Variscan terrane analysis of “Gondwanan Europe”, Dresden). TALK
  38. Maletz, J. 1998. Die paläogeographische Herkunft des Ordoviziums von Rügen: Paläontologische Daten und Vorstellungen. Terra Nostra 98/3, 218-219 (Geo-Berlin 1998). TALK
  39. Egenhoff, S. O., Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1998. Geometric changes during the development of an intracratonic Ordovician basin in southern Bolivia. IAS, International Association of Sedimentologists Meeting, Alicante, Spanien, 310-311.TALK
  40. Egenhoff, S., Erdtmann, B.-D. & Maletz, J. 1998. Upper Ordovician sediments in the Altiplano and the Eastern Cordillera of southern Bolivia - implications for basin evolution at the western Gondwana margin. Terra Nostra 98/5, 31-32 (16. Lateinamerika Kolloquium Bayreuth 1998). TALK
  41. Egenhoff, S., Erdtmann, J., Maletz, J. & Weber, B. 1999. Upper Ordovician sediments in the Altiplano and the eastern Cordillera of southern Bolivia - implications for basin evolution at the south-western Gondwana margin. - Terra Nostra 99/1, 79 (Tagung der Geologischen Vereinigung, Freiberg). TALK
  42. Beier, H., Maletz, J., Katzung, G. & Böhnke, A. 1999. The Southern Baltic Sea foreland basin: interaction of the Avalonia terrane-accretion events and the early Palaeozoic lithostratigraphy on the SW-margin of the East European Platform. In Wiszniewska, J., Wybraniec, S., Petecki, Z., Bogdanova, S., Niemczynow-Burchart, G. (eds.). Between Eurobridge and TESZ, 7th Eurobridge workshop, Polish Geological Institute, 5-8. (Suwalki, Poland, 26.-30.05.1999). TALK
  43. Stehl, J., Egenhoff, S. Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1999. Sedimentologie einer oberordovizischen Abfolge in Västergötland, Schweden. Sediment 99, Bremen. TALK
  44. Maletz, J. 1999. Research and application in Palaeontology: The evolution of the Arienigraptidae (Graptoloidea). Terra Nostra 99/8, 50. (69. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Zürich 1999). TALK
  45. Maletz, J. & Noble, P. 1999. Telychian (Llandovery, Silurian) radiolarians from Dalarna, Sweden. Terra Nostra 99/8, 51. (69. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Zürich 1999). TALK
  46. Maletz, J. 2000. Graptolithenforschung in Deutschland. International Hanns Bruno Geinitz Symposium, Dresden, 28.-30.1.2000. Schriften des Staatlichen Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie zu Dresden 11, 91. TALK
  47. Egenhoff, S. O. & Maletz, J. 2000. Graptolites as indicators for maximum flooding surfaces. International Association of Sedimentologists, 20th Regional European meeting, Dublin, Ireland, 13.-15. Sept. 2000. TALK
  48. Maletz, J. 2000. Silurian graptolite faunas from Thuringia: diversity and faunal dynamics. Terra Nostra 00/3, 75. (70. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Coburg, Sept. 2000). TALK
  49. Maletz, J. & Steiner, M. 2000. The record of Cambrian Hemichordata and their early evolution. Terra Nostra 00/3, 76. (70. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Coburg, Sept. 2000). TALK
  50. Buschmann, B., Jonas, P., Maletz, J., Maslennikov, V. & Zaykov, V. 2001. About age relationships and petrochemical peculiarities of hangingwall volcanics of the Blyava massive sulfide deposit (South Urals). In: Zaykov, V. V. & Belogub, E. V. (eds.). Metallogeny of ancient and modern oceans. 7th Miass Students’ Summer School, Miass, pp 247–251. TALK
  51. Egenhoff, S.O. & Maletz, J. 2001. Graptolites and their use for sequence stratigraphy in condensed shale successions (Lower Ordovician, Sweden). In Harper, D.A.T. & Stouge, S. (Eds.). WOGOGOB-2001, Copenhagen.Abstracts, 10-11. TALK
  52. Stouge, S., Maletz, J., & Nielsen, A. T. 2001. Integrated biostratigraphy (graptolites, trilobites, conodonts) and interregional correlation of the upper Volkhov-lower Kunda deposits of Albjära-1 well, Scania, Sweden. In Harper , D.A.T. & Stouge, S. (Eds.). WOGOGOB-2001, Copenhagen. Abstracts, 27-28. TALK
  53. Cooper, R., Maletz, J. & Zalasiewicz, J. 2001. Ordovician graptolite biodiversity in low, middle and high paleolatitudes. Paleobios 21, supplement to No. 2, 2-3. (IGCP 410 Meeting. Riverside, California). TALK
  54. Egenhoff, S.O. & Maletz, J. 2001. Die Nutzung von Graptolithen in der Sequenzstratigraphie kondensierter Schieferabfolgen (Unteres Ordovizium, Schweden). Terra Nostra 01/6, 31. (Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Oldenburg 2001). TALK
  55. Maletz, J. 2001. Die Evolution der Kolonieform bei den Hemichordaten (Pterobranchia, Graptolithina). Terra Nostra 01/6, 66. (Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Oldenburg 2001). TALK
  56. 56.           Feldrappe, H., Katzung, G. & Maletz, J. 2002. Stratigraphy of the early Palaeozoic and Neoproterozoic strata in NE-Germany. Baltic Stratigraphy Conference 2002, Vilnius (Lithuania). TALK
  57. Heuse, T. & Maletz, J. 2002. Ordovizium und Silur im internationalen Standard. GEO 2002, Würzburg. TALK
  58. Goldman, D., Janousek, H. M., Mitchell, C. E. & Maletz, J. 2002. Paleogeographic, paleoceanographic, and tectonic controls on early late Ordovician graptolite diversity patterns. GSA Abstracts with Programs 34 (6), 315. (GSA, Denver 2002). TALK
  59. Cone, M., Mitchell, C. E., Goldman, D., Maletz, J. & Janousek, H. 2002. A revised Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of the Phi Kappa Formation at Trail Creek, central Idaho. GSA Abstracts with Programs 34 (6), 427-428. (GSA, Denver 2002). POSTER
  60. Egenhoff, S. O. & Maletz, J. 2004. Graptolites as a tool in sequence stratigraphy (Lower Ordovician, Sweden). 26th Nordic Geological Winter Meeting, Uppsala 2004. GFF 126, 160. TALK
  61. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S. O. & Werner, M. 2004. Graptolite biostratigraphy of the Elnes Formation (Middle Ordovician), southern Scandinavia. 26th Nordic Geological Winter Meeting, Uppsala 2004, GFF 126, 114. POSTER
  62. Maletz, J., Krill, A. G., Sæter, H. S. B., & Mørk, A. 2004. Silurian fossil occurrences from Magerøya, Finnmark, northern Norway. Norwegian Geological Society International Conference. Arctic Geology, Hydrocarbon Resources and Environmental Challenges. Tromsø, 24.-26. May 2004. TALK
  63. Maletz, J. & Bruton, D. L. 2004. Evolution of Middle Ordovician radiolarians. GSA Abstracts with Programs 36 (5), 524, Denver. TALK
  64. Maletz, J. & Bruton, D. L. 2005. The age of the Beothuka terranova Radiolarian assemblage in Spitsbergen. GSA Abstracts with Programs 37 (1), 18, Saratoga Springs. TALK
  65. Mitchell, C. E., Brussa, E. D. & Maletz, J. 2005. Oceanographic controls on graptolite species distribution in the Taconic and Central Andean Foreland Basin successions. GSA Abstracts with Programs 37 (1), 18, Saratoga Springs. TALK
  66. Brussa, E. D., Mitchell, C. E. & Maletz, J., 2005. Unusual Middle Ordovician graptolites assemblage from the Consata Region, NW Bolivia. PaleoBios, v. 25, Supplement to number 2, 23-24. TALK
  67. Brussa, E. D., Maletz, J., Mitchell, C. E. & Toro, B. 2005. Usefulness of graptolites in paleoecologic and paleogeographic interpretations: a test in South America. Gondwana 12, Mendoza 2005. Academia Nacional de Ciencias, Abstracts 79. TALK
  68. Maletz, J., Achab, A., Mitchell, C.E. & Stouge, S.S. 2006. The early Middle Ordovician faunal succession of the Cow Head Group, western Newfoundland and its potential for international correlation. GSA Abstracts with Programs 38 (2), 20. (NE GSA 2006). TALK
  69. Motz, G., Goldman, D., Leslie, S. A., Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 2006. Ordovician graptolites and conodonts from the Phi Kappa Formation in the Trail Creek Region of central Idaho: An integrated biostratigraphy. GSA Abstracts with Programs 38 (4). NC GSA 2006, Akron. POSTER
  70. Leslie, S. A., Goldman, D., Repetski, J. E. & Maletz, J. 2006. Sea-level control on the concentration of Ordovician conodonts from deep-water siliciclastic settings. First International Conodont Symposium, Leicester 2006. TALK
  71. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2006. Second-order sea-level fluctuations trigger graptolite migration into deep water. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 551. POSTER
  72. Jayakumar, A., Gomlak-Green, S., Stokes, P. J., Maletz, J. & Briner, J. P. 2006. An inspired objective: Motivating the arts in Geoscience Education. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 426. POSTER
  73. Leslie, S. A., Goldman, D., Repetski, J. E. & Maletz, J. 2006. Using sequence stratigraphy to find concentrations of Ordovician conodonts in deep-water siliciclastic rocks. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 184. TALK
  74. Maletz, J., Goldman, D., Leslie, S. A., Mitchell, C. E. & Motz, G. 2006. The Phi Kappa Formation in the Trail Creek Region (Central Idaho): Integrated Biostratigraphy of Ordovician to Lower Silurian Graptolite and Conodont faunas. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 551. POSTER
  75. Toro, B. & Maletz, J. 2006. The proximal development of Cymatograptus sp. (Graptoloidea) from Argentina and its relevance of the early Evolution of the Dichograptacea. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 551. POSTER
  76. Whalen, K. M., Perrelli, D. J. & Maletz, J. 2006. Reconstructing ancient fishing techniques: paleohydrology and the understanding of the netsinker fishing technique. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 214. POSTER
  77. Wischerath, L. M., Stokes, P. J., Maletz, J., Briner, J. P., Baker, G. S. & Jarzyniecki, N. 2006. Evaluating the outreach success of a NSF-OEDG program for increasing diversity in the Geosciences in Western New York. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 221. POSTER
  78. Toro, B., Brussa, E. D. & Maletz, J. 2006. Implicancias bioestratigraficas y paleobiogeograficas de los graptolitos de la localidad de Santa Rosa, Puna Oriental, Argentina. Argentinian Paleontological Congress, Cordoba 2006. TALK
  79. Maletz, J. 2007. Newfoundland: a key area for Ordovician radiolarian biostratigraphy. NE GSA 2007, Durham, New Hampshire. GSA Abstracts with Programs 39 (1), 72. POSTER
  80. Carlucci, J. & Maletz, J. 2007. Phylogenetic classification and early evolution of the Dichograptacea. NE GSA, Durham, New Hampshire 2007. GSA Abstracts with Programs 39 (1), 72. POSTER
  81. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2007. Gaps, Grains & Graptolites - Ups and Downs of Scandinavia in the Ordovician. In Ebbestad, J. O., Wickström, L. M. & Högström, A. E. (eds.) WOGOGOB 2007, 9th Meeting of the Working Group of Ordovician Geology of Baltoscandia. Field guide and Abstracts. Sveriges Geologiska Undersökning. Rapporter och meddelanden 128, 86-87. TALK
  82. Maletz, J. & Salas, M. J. 2007. Silicified mid-Darriwilian ostracods from Quebec, Canada. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. 39 (6), GSA Denver 2007. POSTER
  83. Maletz, J., Egenhoff, S. & Böhme, M. 2007. Late Darriwilian (Ordovician) graptolite biostratigraphy of the Elnes Formation (S. Norway). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 39 (6), GSA Denver 2007. POSTER
  84. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2007. Tectonic control on turbidite deposition: Baltica’s western margin during the Middle to Upper Ordovician. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 39 (6), GSA Denver 2007. POSTER
  85. Carlucci, J. & Maletz, J. 2007. Phylogeny, character evolution, and updated taxonomy of early Ordovician graptolites. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 39 (6), GSA Denver 2007. TALK
  86. Maletz, J. & Toro, B. 2007. Evolutionary and phylogenetic relationships of early Ordovician graptolites from NW Argentina. Argentinian Paleontological Congress, 2007. POSTER
  87. Maletz, J. 2008. Lower to Middle Ordovician biostratigraphy o the Appalachians: Is there a need for improvements? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40 (2). NEGSA Buffalo 2008. TALK
  88. Carlucci, J., Mitchell, C. E. & Maletz, J. 2008. Comparing stratigraphic occurrence with cladistic hypotheses: a case study using Ordovician graptolites. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40 (2). NEGSA Buffalo 2008. POSTER
  89. Loydell, D. K. & Maletz, J. 2008. Isolated graptolites from the Lituigraptus convolutus Biozone (Silurian, Llandovery) of Dalarna, Sweden. In Štorch, P. & Kraft, P. (eds.). Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague 2008, 15. TALK
  90. Maletz, J., Carlucci, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 2008. Graptoloid cladistics, taxonomy and phylogeny. In Štorch, P. & Kraft, P. (eds.). Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague 2008, 18. TALK
  91. Mitchell, C. E., Maletz, J. & Goldman, D. 2008. What is Diplograptus? In Štorch, P. & Kraft, P. (eds.). Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague 2008, 21. TALK
  92. Egenhoff, S., Cassle, C., Maletz, J., Ebbestad, J.-O. & Frisk, A. 2008. Tectonically-induced lowstand on a Ordovician ramp – the Bjørkåsholmen Formation of Scandinavia. GSA 2008. TALK
  93. Heuse, T., Maletz, J. & Geyer, G. 2008. The Ordovician of Saxo-Thuringia: biostratigraphical and palaeobiogeographical aspects. IGCP 497 & IGCP 499. Final Meeting. 20th International Senckenberg Conference & 2nd Geinitz Conference. From Gondwana and Laurussia to Pangaea: Dynamics of Oceans and Supercontinents. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, October 01-03, 2008. TALK
  94. Maletz, J. 2009. Lower Palaeozoic radiolarians: Evolutionary patterns and biostratigraphical potential. Interrad XII, Nanjing, China, 114-115. TALK
  95. Mitchell, C. E., Melchin, M. J., Cameron, C. B. & Maletz, J. 2010. Phylogeny of the tube-bearing Hemichordata reveals that Rhabdopleura is an extant graptolite. IPC3, Abstracts, 283. TALK
  96. Carrera, M. G. & Maletz, J. 2010. Ordovician sponge spicules from Spitsbergen, Nevada and Newfoundland: new evidence for the Hexactinellid early differentiation. Argentinian Paleontological Congress, Buenos Aires, September 2010. TALK
  97. Vento, B. A., Toro, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2010. New insights for the paleobiogeographic analysis of the Early Ordovician graptolite fauna of Northwestern Argentina. Resumenes X Congreso Argentino de Paleontología y Bioestratigrafía y VII Congreso Latinoamericano de Paleontología. pp. 56-57. La Plata. TALK
  98. Newby, W., Egenhoff, S., Maletz, J. and Ahlberg, P. 2011. Bioturbations, storms and earthquakes: the depositional environment of the Cambrian Alum Shale in southern Sweden. AAPG Search and Discovery Article #90124 © 2011 AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, April 10-13, 2011, Houston, Texas. http://www.searchanddiscovery.com/abstracts/html/2011/annual/abstracts/Newby.html. TALK
  99. Hannah, J., Stein, H., Yang, G. & Maletz, J. 2011. Pairing Re-Os geochronology and biostratigraphy – dating fossils. Mineralogical Magazine 75 (3), 967. (Goldschmidt Conference, August 14-19, 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. Theme 18: Frontiers in Analytical Techniques. 18c: Accurate and Consistent Time-Keeping in Geological History). TALK
  100. Newby, W., Egenhoff, S. O., Fishman, N. S., Maletz, J. & Ahlberg, P. 2011. High-life on a deep shelf: sedimentation and bioturbation gradients in the Cambrian Alum Shale in southern Sweden. GSA Abstract. GSA Annual meeting Minneapolis, Paper No. 274-2. TALK
  101. Pouille, L., Obut, O., Maletz, J. & Danelian, T. 2012. New data on Cambrian polycystine Radiolaria recovered from the Lower Cambrian of Altai Mountains, Siberia (Botomian) and from the Upper Cambrian of the Cow Head Group, Newfoundland (Franconian- Trempealeauian). Proceedings of the 13th INTERRAD – A conference on fossil and recent radiolarians. In O’Dougherty, L. (ed.). Radiolaria Newsletter 28, 188-189. TALK
  102. Lehnert, O., Meinhold, G., Bergström, S. M., Calner, M., Ebbestad, J. O. R., Egenhoff, S., Frisk, Å. M., Högström, A. E. S. & Maletz, J. 2012. The Siljan Ring in central Sweden – a window into the Palaeozoic history of Baltoscandia. EGU Meeting, 22.-27.04.2012, Vienna, Austria. TALK
  103. Lehnert, O., Meinhold, G., Bergström, S. M., Calner, M., Ebbestad, J. O. R., Egenhoff, S., Frisk, Å. M., Högström, A. E. S. & Maletz, J. 2012. The Siljan Meteorite Crater in central Sweden – an integral of the Swedish Deep Drilling Program (SDDP). DFG Schwerpunktkolloquium IODP/ICDP Geomar, Kiel, Abstracts, 102-103. TALK
  104. Lehnert, O., Meinhold, G., Bergström, S. M., Calner, M., Ebbestad, J. O. R., Egenhoff, S., Frisk, Å. M., Högström, A. E. S. & Maletz, J. 2012. The Siljan Impact Structure – an important integral for reconstructing the early Palaeozoic history of Baltoscandia. In: Betzler, C. & Lindhorst, S.(eds.). Of Land and Sea: Processes and Products. Geologische Vereinigung and "Sediment 2012" Meeting in Hamburg, September 23-28, 2012, Abstracts,165. TALK
  105. Petrowsky, M. J., Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2012. Sedimentology of a mudstone source rock in a tectonically dissected carbonate platform – the Black Cove Formation, Newfoundland, Canada. AAPG Search and Discovery Article #90142 © 2012 AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, April 22-25, 2012, Long Beach, California. TALK
  106. Maletz, J. 2012. Still in hiding? – The problems of recognizing early Radiolaria. Terra Nostra 2012/3, 116. (Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin 2012). TALK
  107. Steiner, M. & Maletz, J. 2012. Cambrian graptolites (Pterobranchia) and the origin of colonial organization in metazoans. Terra Nostra 2012/3, 173-174. (Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin 2012). TALK
  108. Sun, X., Heubeck, C., Steiner, M., Maletz, J. & Hippler, D. 2012. Sedimentary environment of the Precambrian-Cambrian transition in the Meishucun area, Yunnan, south China. Terra Nostra 2012/3, 175-176. (Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin 2012). TALK
  109. Lehnert, O., Arslan, A., Berner, U., Calner, M., Huff, W. D., Ebbestad, J. O., Joachimski, M. M., Juhlin, C. & Maletz, J. 2013. The Siljan Impact structure of central Sweden: a unique window into the geologic history of western Baltoscandia. IODP – ICDP Meeting, Freiberg 2013. TALK
  110. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2013. The Floian GSSP: sedimentology of a critical interval in Earth History. In Lindskog, A. & Mehlquist, K. (eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd IGCP 591 Annual Meeting – Lund, Sweden, 9-19 June 2013, 88-89. Lund University. (International Geoscience Programme Project 591 3rd Annual Meetingjointly with International Subcommission on Cambrian Stratigraphy (ISCS), International Subcommission on Ordovician Stratigraphy (ISOS), International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ISSS). 9-19 June 2013, Lund, Sweden.) POSTER
  111. Koch, L., Servais, T., Maletz,J., Vandenbroucke, T. & Verniers, J. 2013. The Ordovician of the Sauerland (western Germany) revisited. In Lindskog, A. & Mehlquist, K. (eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd IGCP 591 Annual Meeting – Lund, Sweden, 9-19 June 2013, 159-160. Lund University. (International Geoscience Programme Project 591 3rd Annual Meeting jointly with International Subcommission on Cambrian Stratigraphy (ISCS), International Subcommission on Ordovician Stratigraphy (ISOS), International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ISSS). 9-19 June 2013, Lund, Sweden.) POSTER
  112. Maletz, J. & Ahlberg, P. 2013. Upper Ordovician to Silurian biostratigraphy of the Röstånga drill core, Scania – a reference standard succession for southern Sweden. In Lindskog, A. & Mehlquist, K. (eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd IGCP 591 Annual Meeting – Lund, Sweden, 9-19 June 2013, 198-200. Lund University. (International Geoscience Programme Project 591 3rd Annual Meeting jointly with International Subcommission on Cambrian Stratigraphy (ISCS), International Subcommission on Ordovician Stratigraphy (ISOS), International Subcommission on Silurian Stratigraphy (ISSS). 9-19 June 2013, Lund, Sweden.) TALK
  113. Vento, B. A., Toro, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2013. Cladistic analysis of the phylogenetic relationships of Ordovician graptolites from Argentina. Annual Meeting of the Argentine Paleontological Society (RCAPA 2013), Cordoba, Argentina. TALK
  114. Maletz, J. 2013. Graptolite taxonomy – Where are we now?. In Reitner, J., Yang, Q., Wang Y. & Reich, M. (eds.) Palaeobiology and Geobiology of Fossil Lagerstätten through Earth History. A joint Conference of the ‚Paläontologische Gesellschaft’ and the ‚Palaeontological Society of China’, Göttingen, Germany, September 23-27, 2013. Abstract Volume, 115-116. TALK
  115. Pouille, L., Danelian, T. & Maletz, J. 2013. Changes in Radiolarian biodiversity during the Late Cambrian-Early Ordovician transition: a perspective from Newfoundland (Canada). The Micropalaeontology Society ‐ Silicofossil Group Meeting 2013. “Siliceous organisms and microfossils developments, techniques and applications in Geoscience”. 28.-30. August 2013. TALK
  116. Danelian, T., Servais, T., Pouille, L., Nowak, X. & Maletz, J. 2013. Cambrian-Ordovician plankton diversification: patterns, macroecological significance and limitations. The Palaeontological Association, Newsletter 84, Programme and Abstracts, p. 32. (57th Annual meeting of the Palaeontological Association, University of Zürich, Switzerland, 13-16 December 2013). TALK
  117. Maletz, J. & Steiner, M. 2014. The earliest graptolites (Pterobranchia) and their recognition. In Cerdeño, E. (Comp.). Abstract Volume. 4th International Palaeontological Congress, Mendoza 2014, 570. TALK
  118. Toro, B. A., Vento, B. A. & Maletz, J. 2014. Paleobiogeographic affinities of the early Ordovician graptolites of western Gondwana. In Cerdeño, E. (Comp.). Abstract Volume. 4th International Palaeontological Congress, Mendoza 2014, 821. POSTER
  119. Danelian, T., Caridroit, M., O’Dogherty, L., Noble, P., Aitchison, J. C., Dumitrica, P., Suzuki, N., Pouille, L., Cuvellier, J., Kuwahara, K.., Maletz, J. & Feng, Q. 2015. An up-to-date catalogue of Paleozoic radiolarian genera. Radiolaria 35, 31-32. (Proceedings of 14th INTERRAD, March 22-26 2015, Antalya, Turkey. A Conference on Fossil and Recent Radiolarians). KEY-NOTE TALK
  120. Maletz, J. 2015. The earliest radiolarians: The race is still open. Radiolaria 35, 62-63. (Proceedings of 14th INTERRAD, March 22-26 2015, Antalya, Turkey. A Conference on Fossil and Recent Radiolarians, Program and Abstracts). TALK
  121. Danelian, T., Caridroit, M., Noble, P., Aitchison, J. C., Dumitrica, P., Suzuki, N., Cuvellier, J., Maletz, J., Kuwahara, K., Feng, Q. & O’Dougherty, L. 2015. Counting the valid radiolarian genera in the Palaeozoic. The Palaontological Asosciation, 59th Annual meeting, 14th-17th December 2015. Cardiff University and Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales. Programme, Abstracts and AGM papers, 59. TALK
  122. Egenhoff, S., Fishman, N., Ahlberg, P., Maletz, J. & Paxton, S. 2016. Event deposition in shales – Woodford Shale, Oklahoma, USA, Bjørkåsholmen Formation, Sweden. AAPG 2016. TALK
  123. Maletz, J. & Ahlberg, P. 2016. The Ordovician succession of the Fågelsång-2 drill core, Scania, southern Sweden. Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Dresden 2016. POSTER
  124. Maletz, J. 2016. Fritzolenellus lapworthi in the Lower Cambrian Forteau Formation of western Newfoundland. Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Dresden 2016. TALK
  125. Maletz, J. 2016. Possible instances of parasitism in Pterobranchia (Cephalodiscida, Graptolithina). Tagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Dresden 2016. TALK
  126. Egenhoff, S., Fishman, N., Ahlberg, P. & Maletz, J. 2016. Event deposition in shales – Woodford Shale, Oklahoma, USA and Bjørkåsholmen Formation, Sweden. GSA Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA. TALK

 

V. Book Projects

  1. Maletz, J. (Coordinating author). Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, part V, Hemichordata. The Paleontological Institute, University of Kanasas, U.S.A. (Chapter authors: D. E. B. Bates, C. Cameron, R. A. Cooper, S. Egenhoff, Fan Yunxuan, A. Kozlowska, A. C. Lenz, D. K. Loydell, J. Maletz, J. F. Riva, M. Steiner, P. Storch, B. A. Toro, A. Urbanek, J. A. Zalasiewicz, Zhang Yuandong).
  2. Maletz, J. (in production, January 2016). Graptolites, biology, evolution, ecology. Topics in Palaeobiology. - A series of books from Wiley-Blackwell in association with the Palaeontological Association. Series Editor Mike Benton, Bristol, UK. (Chapter authors include D. E. B. Bates, R. A. Cooper, D. Goldman, A. Kozlowska, A. C. Lenz, J. Maletz, J. A. Zalasiewicz, Zhang Yuandong).
  3. Maletz, J., Steiner, M., Weber, Zhu, Maoyan (Guest editors) 2014. The Cambrian Bioradiation Event: A Chinese Perspective. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398.
  4. Linnemann, U., Kroner, U. & Romer, R. (eds.) 2009. From Cadomian active margin to the core of the Variscan Orogen: The pre-Mesozoic Geology of Saxo-Thuringia (NE Bohemian Massif). Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung. --- A) Ordovician and Silurian stratigraphy (Maletz, J., Hansch, M., Sarmiento, G. & Heuse, T.); B) Biostratigraphy - The faunal province of the southern margin of the Rheic Ocean. (Heuse, T., Elicki, O., Geyer, G., Maletz, J., Hansch, W., Sarmiento, G. N., Blumenstengel, H. & Weyer, D.).
  5. McCann, T. et al. (eds.) 2008. The Geology of Central Europe. Geological Society, London. - Silurian (Verniers, J., Maletz, J., Kriz, J., Zigaite, Z., Paris, F., Schönlaub, H.-P. & Wrona,R.)
  6. „Brockhaus“-Encyclopaedia - Revision and updating of the geological aspects (Historical Geology & Time Scale), for Bibliographisches Institut Gmbh, Gütersloh, Germany, together with Sven Egenhoff (CSU Fort Collins, Colorado) and Helga DeWall (Univ. Würzburg, Germany). (Published 2006).
  7. Beier, H., Burmann, G., Ehling, B.-C., Eiserhardt, K. H., Franzke, H.-J., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Hoth, K., Kämpf, H., Katzung, G., Koch, L., Leonhardt, D., Kopp, J., Maletz, J., Ribbert, K.-H., Schallreuter, R., Schenk, P. F., Servais, T., Tietz, O., Vanguestaine, M. & Wunderlich, J. (Stratigraphische Kommission Deutschland VII, Silur. (Hrsg.), Th. Heuse & D. Leonhardt (Redaktion), für die Subkommission Proterozoikum. 2006. - Silur. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 46, 1-166.
  8. Beier, H., Burmann, G., Ehling, B.-C., Eiserhardt, K. H., Franzke, H.-J., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Hoth, K., Kämpf, H., Katzung, G., Koch, L., Leonhardt, D., Kopp, J., Maletz, J., Ribbert, K.-H., Schallreuter, R., Schenk, P. F., Servais, T., Tietz, O., Vanguestaine, M. & Wunderlich, J. (Stratigraphische Kommission Deutschland; Herausgeber). 2001. Stratigraphie von Deutschland II: Ordovizium, Kambrium, Vendium, Riphäikum Teil III: Nordthüringen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Niedersachsen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, deutscher Anteil Ostsee, Schleswig-Holstein, deutscher Anteil Nordsee Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 235, Stuttgart.
  9. Zhang, Yuandong & Maletz, Jörg 1994. Technical Editors of Chen Xu, Erdtmann, B.-D. & Ni Yunan (eds.). Graptolite Research Today, Nanjing University Press.

 

VI. Unpublished Theses and Reports

  1. Maletz, J. 1987. Biostratigraphie und Graptolithenfauna im Unteren Ordovizium des Hunneberges in Västergötland (westliches Zentralschweden). Diplomarbeit, Institut und Museum für Geologie und Paläontologie, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. 174pp., 5 pls, 9 sections, 1 map.
  2. Maletz, J. & Erdtmann, B.-D. 1991. Unterordovizische Graptolithen-Tiefenzonierung Skandinavien - Kanada. Abschlußbericht zu den DFG Projekten Er 96/6-1 und Er 96/6-2. 147pp., 114 figs., Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Bonn.
  3. Maletz, J. 1992. Biostratigraphie und Paläogeographie von Unterordovizischen Graptolithenfaunen des östlichen Kanadas und Skandinaviens. Dissertation, Technische Universität Berlin, 246 pp., 113 figs., 10 pls.
  4. Maletz, J. 1994. Strukturelle Untersuchungen der Proximalentwicklung spätarenigischer bis llanvirnischer Graptolithen (Diplograptacea) und ihre phylogenetische Herkunft. Abschlußbericht zu DFG Projekt Ma 1269/2-1. 62pp., 21 figs., Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Bonn.
  5. Maletz, J. 1994. Structural Investigations of proximal developments of late Arenig to Llanvirn diplograptid and pseudisograptid (arienigraptid) graptolites (Graptolithina). Canadian Parks Service, Report to Permit Nr. Gros Morne 93007. 15 pp, 6 figs.
  6. Maletz, J. 1997. Terrane Analyse des Mittleren Ordoviziums in Ost-Avalonia, Baltica und Laurentia anhand der Entwicklung von Graptolithenfaunen und ihrer Verbreitung. Zwischenbericht zum DFG Habilitationsstipendium Ma 1269/4-1. 1-37, 1 Anlage.
  7. Maletz, J. 1998. Das Ordovizium von Rügen und seine paläogeographische Stellung aufgrund der Graptolithenfaunen. Habilitationsschrift, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universität Greifswald, 185 pp., 53 figs. (gleichzeitig Abschlußbericht zu DFG Projekt Ma 1269/4-1).
  8. Maletz, J. 2000. Die Biodiversität der Graptolithen im Altpaläozoikum: Evolution und Faunenschnitte in Abhängigkeit von Umweltfaktoren (Bioevents). Zwischenbericht zu DFG Projekt Ma 1269/5-1.
  9. Maletz, J. 2002. Die Biodiversität der Graptolithen im Altpaläozoikum: Evolution und Faunenschnitte in Abhängigkeit von Umweltfaktoren (Bioevents). Abschlußbericht zu DFG Projekt Ma 1269/5-1.
  10. Egenhoff, S. & Maletz, J. 2010. Petrology as a tool to delineate sweet spots the Middle Bakken reservoir of the Williston Basin in North Dakota and Montana. Final Report, December 2010.

 

VII. Various

  • Ridgeway, M. L., Harper, E. L., Whalen, K. M., Stokes, P. J. & Maletz, J. 2007. Poster Presentation. - The Importance of Regulatory Policy for the Conservation of Vertebrate Fossils and Fossil Sites. Celebration of Academic Excellence. UB Undergraduate Research and Scholarships Projects. Section # 4: Environmental Management/Policy. University at Buffalo, SUNY, April 19th, 2007.

VIII. Invited Lectures and other presentations

  • Maletz, J. 1996. Graptolites: An important fossil group for biostratigraphy and palaeogeography in the early Paleozoic. - Gesellschaft für Geschiebekunde, Sektion Berlin. 13.02.1996.
  • Maletz, J. 1996. Graptolites and Terranes: Palaeogeographic investigations in the Middle Ordovician. - Kolloquium im Institut für Geowissenschaften, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universität Greifswald, 06.06.1996.
  • Maletz, J. 1997. The Evolution of biserial graptolites in the Middle Ordovician. – Senckenberg Institut Frankfurt/Main. 10.06.1997.
  • Maletz, J. 1997. The origin and evolution of biserial graptolites in the Middle Ordovician. – Museum für Naturkunde der Humboldt Universität, Berlin. 09.12.1997.
  • Maletz, J. 1998. Graptolites and Paleogeography: The use of paleontological data in terrane analysis. - Habilitationskolloquium, 26.11.1998, Greifswald, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften.
  • Maletz, J. 2000. Graptolites: usefullnes and asthetics of an important Paleozoic fossil group. - Staatliches Museum für Geologie und Mineralogie, Dresden, 21.03.2000.
  • Maletz, J. 2000. The use of graptolites in Geology. – Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut Münster, 08.06.2000.
  • Maletz, J. 2000. Graptolites: Stratigraphy and Evolution. - Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut Bonn, 17.10.2000.
  • Maletz, J. 2000. Biserial graptolites and their evolution in the Middle Ordovician. - Research Seminar, University of Portsmouth, Institute of Earth Sciences, 21.11.2000.
  • Maletz, J. 2001. Silurian graptolites in Germany. – Museum für Naturkunde, Humboldt Universität Berlin, 01.03.2001.
  • Maletz, J. 2001. Graptolites – A story of success in the Paleozoic. - Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut Marburg, 10.12.2001.
  • Maletz, J. 2002. Distant Sisters: The Pterobranchia – Graptolithina Connection. - Museum für Naturkunde, Humboldt Universität, Berlin, 03.07.2002.
  • Maletz, J. 2002. Paleontology and its role in stratigraphic and evolutionary studies. – The Undergraduate Geology Club, State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY), Department of Geology, Buffalo, N.Y., 2.12.2002.
  • Maletz, J. 2003. Graptolites and their application in Geosciences. – Department of Geosciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 8.12.2003.
  • Maletz, J. 2005. Biostratigraphy – Basics for Geology? - Pegrum Lecture Series, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 29.09.2005.
  • Maletz, J. 2006. Parade of the Professors - Introduction to Research. - Department of Geology, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 14.9.2006.
  • Maletz, J. 2006. Radiolarians - Stars among the Microfossils. - Buffalo Geological Society, 5.10.2006.
  • Maletz, J. 2007. Graptolites - Enigmatic fossils from the Paleozoic. - Rochester Academy of Sciences - 3.4.2007.
  • Maletz, J. 2008. Microfossils: Bigger than Dinosaurs or Why do we care for radiolarians? - Rochester Academy of Sciences - 1.4.2008.
  • Maletz, J. 2008. The Rhinogradentia - An Exercise in Evolution. - Pegrum Lecture Series, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 24.04.2008.
  • Maletz, J. 2009. Living graptolites? - The new picture. - University of Jena, Germany, 5.1.2009 (Invitation by Thomas Heuse, Thüringer Landesanstalt für Umwelt und Geologie & Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena).
  • Egenhoff, S., Peterhänsel, A., Jaffri, A. & Maletz, J. 2009. Cyclicity in an isolated carbonate platform: its influence on lagoonal and margin architecture, and relevance for reservoir characterization. - Denver International Petroleum Society. Denver, 13.2.2009.
  • Maletz, J. 2009. Experiments of Nature - The endless possibilities of mammal evolution. - Pegrum Lecture Series, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 16.04.2009.
  • Maletz, J. 2009. Graptolites as an example of the geological importance of fossils. - CONICET, Departamento de Geología y Paleontología, IANIGLA, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas, Mendoza, Argentina. 8.6. 2009 (Invitation by Claudia Rubinstein, Blanca Toro).
  • Maletz, J. 2009. Graptolites - Still alive after all these years. - Laboratoire de Paleontologie et Paleogeographie du Paleozoique, Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France, 11.12.2009 (Invitation by Thomas Servais, Taniel Danelian).
  • Maletz, J. 2010. Identifying Convergent Evolution: An Example from the Graptolites. - St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, 25.02.2010 (as James Chair Visiting Professor in the Pure and Applied Sciences).
  • Maletz, J. 2010. The Importance of Everything – Convergent Evolution in Graptolites. Naturhistoriska Risksmuseet, Stockholm, 03.03.2010.
  • Maletz, J. 2010. Die Silurischen Graptolithenfaunen Thüringens und Sachsens – Eine moderne Übersicht. [The Silurian graptolite faunas of Thuringia – A modern overview]. – Naturkundemuseum Gera (Invitation by Frank Hrouda), 7. Juli 2010.
  • Maletz, J. 2010. Rätselhafte Schriftsteine – Die Graptolithen Mitteldeutschlands. [Strange Writings on the Rock – The Graptolites of Thuringia]. - Museum der Westlausitz, Kamenz (Invitation by Jens Czoßek). 13. July 2010.
  • Maletz, J. 2010.Ernst Kirste und die Graptolithen des Altenburger OstkreisesEin moderner Ausblick. [Ernst Kirste and the graptolites of the Altenburger Ostkreis – A modern Interpretation]. – Mauritianum Altenburg (Invitation by Elisabeth Endtmann). 7. September 2010.
  • Maletz, J. 2010. The Graptolites – Explorer of the Paleozoic Oceans. – Department of Geosciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. 29. November 2010.
  • Maletz, J. 2012. 100 days in Berlin. – Forschergruppenseminar, DFG Forschergruppe 736, FU Berlin, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften. Germany. 17. February 2012.
  • Maletz, J. 2012. Graptolites in Paleozoic Skåne. – Geologiska Institutionen i Lund, Lund University, Geology Seminar Series. 7. June 2012.
  • Maletz, J. 2012. Totgesagte leben länger – Über lebende Graptolithen und ihre toten Verwandten. – Fachgruppe für Paläontologie am Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin. 18. September 2012.
  • Maletz, J. 2013. Tracing the roots – Radiolaria and their importance in the Paleozoic. – Lund University, Department of Geology, 21. February 2013.
  • Maletz, J. & Steiner, M. 2013. Cambrian algae – or not? – FU Berlin, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften. DFG Forschergruppenseminar. 3. May 2013.
  • Maletz, J. 2013. The Siljan Impact: New idas and new data. – FU Berlin, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften. Seminar zu laufenden Arbeiten, Sommer Semester 2013. 06. June 2013.
  • Maletz, J. 2013. Das Altpaläozoikum der Siljan Impaktstruktur. – Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, Fachgruppe Paläontologie, 18. June 2013.
  • Maletz, J. 2014. Wie auf Stein geschrieben – Schriftsteine und die vielgestaltigen Bewohner des Silur-Meeres. – Naturkundemuseum Gera, Thüringen (Invitation by Frank Hrouda), 15. March 2014.
  • Maletz, J. 2014. Caught in the Cambrian Explosion - The mysterious origin of the graptolites and their stratigraphic implications. – FU Berlin, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften. Seminar zu laufenden Arbeiten, Sommer Semester 2014. 17. April 2014.
  • Maletz, J. 2014. Evolution in the aftermath of the Cambrian explosion. Afternoon Balloons, FU Berlin. 16. June 2014.
  • Maletz, J. 2014. Graptolite Research Today - New developments in graptolite research and biostratigraphy. Wuhan Insititute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chinese Geological Survey, Wuhan, Hubei, China. Invitation by Prof. Wang Xiaofeng. 30. August 2014.
  • Maletz, J. 2014. Eine Kugel macht noch keine Radiolarie – Neues zu Ursprung und Evolution der Radiolarien. (Not every siliceous sphere is a radiolarian – Some news on the origin and early evolution of radiolarians). Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, Fachgruppe Paläontologie, 16. December 2014.
  • Maletz, J. 2015. Palaeontological research in a university connected to a Natural History Museum. Naturhistorisk Museum (Natural History Museum), Oslo, Norway. 26. February 2015.
  • Maletz, J. 2015. The Lower Cambrian Forteau Formation (Labrador Group) in western Newfoundland - The exploration of Early Life. – FU Berlin, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften. Seminar zu laufenden Arbeiten, Sommer Semester 2015. 26. November 2015.
  • Maletz, J. 2016. Das Unterkambrium im westlichen Neufundland. Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, Fachgruppe Paläontologie, 16. February 2016.
  • Maletz, J. 2016. Early graptolites (Pterobranchia) and their recognition. Changchun College of Geology, Chnagchun, Jilin, China. 21. June 2016.

 

IX. Workshop presentations

  1. Maletz, J. 2008. Glossary. - Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague-Sv Jan Workshops, July 15-20, 2008.
  2. Maletz, J. 2008. Ch 9: Crustoids (For Adam Urbanek & Piotr Mierzejewski). - Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague-Sv Jan Workshops, July 15-20, 2008.
  3. Maletz, J. & Mitchell, C. E. 2008. Ch 20: Graptoloids (Anisos to Diplos). - Workshop on graptolite volume of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology and GWG Meeting, Prague-Sv Jan Workshops, July 15-20, 2008.
  4. Maletz, J. 2015. Workshop – Graptolithen in Geschieben. Fachgruppe Paläontologie am Museum für Naturkunde. 29.10.2015.