In preparation

53:    Goudemand N., Coble M.A., Romano C., Ware D., Bucher H., Payne J.L. (in prep.). SHRIMP-RG measurements of U, Y and REE profiles on Early Triassic conodont elements from Nammal, Pakistan, and their implications for biotic recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction.
52:    Goudemand N., Romano C., Williams I.S., Trotter J.A., Bucher H. (in prep.). Conodonts as paleothermometers: How hot were Early Triassic oceans?
51:    Goudemand N., Payne J.L. (in prep.). Geometric constraints on carbonate platform development.
50:    Goudemand N., Leu M., Brosse M., Meier M., Baud A., Bhatt G., Bucher H. (in prep.). Revised Lower Triassic sedimentary and carbon isotope records from Guryul Ravine (Kashmir, Northern India).
49:    Goudemand N., (in prep.). The explosive radiation of conodonts at the Dienerian-Smithian transition (Early Triassic): new insights from Waili, South China.
48:    Goudemand N., Roghi G., Rigo M., Brosse M., Meier M., Tafforeau P., Urdy S., (in prep.). New evidence for a lamprey-like motion of the grasping elements of ozarkodinid conodonts.
47:    Brosse M., Bucher H., Goudemand N.* , (in prep.). Quantitative conodont biochronology of Earliest Triassic rocks from South China. (* senior author)
46:    Brosse M., Goudemand N.*, (in prep.). Earliest Triassic (Griesbachian) conodonts from Guryul Ravine, Kashmir, Northern India. (* senior author)
45:    Leu M., Goudemand N.*, (in prep.). Conodonts from the Smithian-Spathian boundary interval  at Guryul Ravine, Kashmir, Northern India. (* senior author)
44:    Bucher H., Hochuli P.A., Goudemand N., Brühwiler T., Schneebeli-Herman E., Romano C., Hautmann M., Hofmann R., Brayard A., Vennemann T., Weissert H., (in prep.). Some like it hot: the Smithian diversification-extinction model.
43:    Hochuli P. A., Ramseyer K., Rebetez D., Goudemand N., Schneebeli-Hermann E., (in prep.). Biostratigraphy and chemostratigraphy of the Middle Triassic (Anisian) in Northern Switzerland.
42:    Urdy S., Goudemand N., Bucher H. (in prep.). Evidence for covariation patterns in molluscan shells.

Being re-formatted (available as chapters of my PhD)

41:    Goudemand N., Orchard M., Krystyn L.,Brühwiler T., Ware D., Bucher H., (in prep.). New Early Triassic conodont faunas from the Dienerian/Smithian boundary beds at Muth (Himashal Pradesh, India).
40:    Goudemand N., Galfetti T., Brayard A., Bucher H., (in prep.). New Early Triassic conodont faunas from the Dienerian/Smithian boundary beds at Waili (Guangxi, China).

In Press

39:    Hautmann M., Baresel B., Bagherpour B., Brosse M., Frisk Å., Hofmann R., Baud A., Nützel A., Goudemand N., Schaltegger U., Bucher H. Competition in slow motion: The unusual case of benthic marine communities in the wake of the end-Permian mass extinction. Palaeontology (accepted for publication).


38:    Ovtcharova M.* , Goudemand N.* , Hammer O., Guodun K., Cordey F., Galfetti T.,  Schaltegger U., Bucher H., 2015. Developing a strategy for accurate definition of a geological boundary through radio-isotopic and biochronological dating: The Early-Middle Triassic boundary (South China). Earth Science Reviews, 1-27, doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2015.03.006. (* corresponding authors)
37:    Brosse M., Bucher H., Bagherpour B., Baud A., Frisk Å.M., Guodun K., Goudemand N.*, 2015. Conodonts from the Early Triassic microbialite of Guangxi (South China): Implications for the definition of the base of the Triassic system. Palaeontology, 1-22, doi: 10.1111/pala.12162. (* senior author)


36:    Goudemand N., 2014. Time calibrated Early Triassic δ13Ccarb, δ18Oapatite and SST curves from South China: an update. Albertiana 42: 41-48.
35:    Goudemand N., 2014. Note of the conodonts at the Induan-Olenekian Boundary. Albertiana 42: 49-51.
34:    Goudemand N., 2014. Towards an evolutionary sound definition of ‘recovery’? Albertiana 42: 86-87.


33:    Goudemand N., Romano C., Hochuli P.A., Bucher H. Comment on “Lethally hot temperatures during the Early Triassic greenhouse“. Science 339 (6123): 1033.
32:    Schneebeli-Hermann E., Kürschner W.M., Hochuli P.A., Ware D., Weissert H., Bernasconi S.M., Roohi G., urRehmane K., Goudemand N., Bucher H. (2013) Evidence for atmospheric carbon injection during end-Permian extinction. Geology 41(5):579-582.
31:    Romano C.*, Goudemand N.*, Vennemann T., Ware D., Schneebeli-Hermann E., Hochuli P.A., Brühwiler T., Brinkmann W., Bucher H.* (2013). Climatic and biotic upheavals following the end-Permian mass extinction. Nature Geoscience 6: 57-60. (* corresponding authors).


30:    Goudemand N., Orchard M., Tafforeau P., Urdy S., Brühwiler T., Brayard A., Galfetti T., Bucher H. (2012). Early Triassic conodont clusters from South China: revision of the architecture of the 15-element apparatuses of the superfamily Gondolelloidea. Palaeontology 55(5): 1021-1034.
29:    Goudemand N., Orchard M., Bucher H., Jenks J., (2012). The elusive origin of Chiosella timorensis (Conodonts, Triassic). Geobios 45: 199-207.
28:    Brühwiler T., Bucher H., Goudemand N., Galfetti T. (2012). Smithian (Early Triassic) ammonoid faunas from Exotic Blocks from Oman: taxonomy and biochronology. Palaeontographica 296: 3-107.
27:    Schneebeli-Hermann E., Hochuli P.A., Bucher H., Goudemand N., Brühwiler T., Galfetti T., (2012). Palynology of the Lower Triassic succession of Tulong, South Tibet – evidence for early recovery of gymnosperms. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 339-341: 12-24.
26:    Schneebeli-Hermann E., Kürschner W.M., Hochuli P.A., Bucher H., Ware D., Goudemand N., Roohi G. (2012). Palynofacies analysis of the Permian-Triassic transition in the Amb section (Salt Range, Pakistan): implications for the anoxia on the South Tethyan Margin. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 60: 225-234.


25:    Goudemand N., Orchard M.J., Urdy S., Bucher H., Tafforeau P., (2011). Synchrotron-aided reconstruction of the conodont feeding apparatus and implications for the mouth of the first vertebrates. PNAS 108(21): 8720-8724.
24:    Hautmann M., Bucher H., Brühwiler T., Goudemand N., Kaim A., Nützel A. (2011). An unusually well preserved mollusc fauna from the Earliest Triassic of South China and its implications for benthic recovery after the end-Permian biotic crisis. Geobios 44:71-85.
23:    Monnet C., Klug C., Goudemand N., De Baets K., Bucher H. (2011). Quantitative Biochronology of Devonian ammonoids from Morocco and comments on the Unitary Association method. Lethaia  44(4): 469–489, doi: 10.1111/j.1502-3931.2010.00256.x.
22:    Forel, M.B., Crasquin, S., Brühwiler, T., Goudemand, N., Bucher, H., Baud, A., Randon, C., (2011). Ostracod recovery after Permian-Triassic boundary mass-extinction in South Tibet. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 308: 160-170.
21:    Hofmann R., Goudemand N., Wasmer M., Bucher H., Hautmann M. (2011). New trace fossil evidence for an early recovery signal in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 310: 216-226.
20:    Brayard A., Vennin E., Olivier N., Bylund K.G., Jenks J. ,Stephen D.A., Bucher H., Hofmann R., Goudemand N., Escarguel G. (2011). Transient metazoan reefs in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. Nature Geoscience 4: 693–697.


19:    Brühwiler T., Bucher H., Goudemand N., 2010. Smithian (Early Triassic) ammonoids from Tulong, South Tibet. Geobios, 43: 403-431.
18:    Brühwiler T., Ware D., Bucher H., Krystyn L., Goudemand N., 2010. New Early Triassic ammonoid faunas from the Dienerian/Smithian boundary beds at the Induan/Olenekian GSSP candidate at Mud (Spiti, Northern India). Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 39(6): 724-739.
17:    Brühwiler, T., Bucher, H., Brayard, A., Goudemand, N., 2010. High-resolution biochronology and diversity dynamics of the Early Triassic ammonoid recovery: the Smithian faunas of the Northern Indian Margin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 297: 491-501.
16:    Kaim, A., Nützel, A. Bucher, H., Brühwiler, Th., Goudemand N., 2010. Early Triassic (Late Griesbachian) gastropods from South China (Shanggan, Guangxi). Swiss Journal of Geoscience, 103: 121-128.
15:    Urdy, S.*, Goudemand N.*, Bucher, H. & Chirat, R. 2010. Allometries and the morphogenesis of the molluscan shell: a quantitative and theoretical model. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Mol. Dev. Evol.), 314B: 280-302. (* main contributors)
14:    Urdy, S.*, Goudemand N.*, Bucher, H. & Chirat, R. 2010. Growth dependent phenotypic variation of molluscan shell shape: a theoretical and empirical comparison using gastropods. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Mol. Dev. Evol.), 314B: 303-326. (* main contributors)


13:    Brayard A., Escarguel G., Bucher H., Monnet C., Brühwiler T., Goudemand N., Galfetti T., Guex J., 2009. Good Genes and Good Luck: Ammonoid Diversity and the End-Permian Mass Extinction. Science, 325: 1118-1121.
12:    Li Guobiao, Wan Xiaoqiao, Liu Wencan, Bucher H., Li Hongsheng, Goudemand N., 2009. A new Cretaceous age for the Saiqu „mélange,“ Southern Tibet: evidence from Radiolaria. Cretaceous Research, 30: 35-40.
11:    Monnet, C., Zollikofer, C., Bucher, H. & Goudemand N., 2009. Three-dimensional morphometric ontogeny of coiled molluscs by micro-computed tomography and geometric analysis. Palaeontologia Electronica, 12(3): 12A.
10:    Brühwiler T.*, Goudemand N.*, Galfetti T., Bucher H., Baud A., Ware D., Hermann H.,  Hochuli P. A., Martini R., 2009. The Lower Triassic sedimentary and carbon isotope records from Tulong (South Tibet) and their significance for Tethyan palaeoceanography. Sedimentary Geology, 222: 314-332. (* main contributors)


9:    Galfetti T., Bucher H., Martini R., Hochuli P.A., Weissert H., Crasquin-Soleau S., Brayard A., Goudemand N., Brühwiler T., Guodun Kuang, 2008. Evolution of Early Triassic outer platform paleoenvironments in the Nanpanjiang Basin (South China) and their significance for the biotic recovery. Sedimentary Geology 204: 36–60.


8:    Bucher H., Hochuli P.A., Schaltegger U., Ovtcharova M., Galfetti T., Brayard A., Goudemand N. & Guex J., 2007. Timing of recovery from the end-Permian extinction: Geochronologic and biostratigraphic constraints from south China: Comment. doi: 10.1130/G23609C.1. Geology.
7:    Brayard A., Bucher H., Brühwiler T., Galfetti T., Goudemand N., Jenks J., Escarguel G. and Guodun K., 2007. Proharpoceras Chao: The last Permian ammonoid survivor. Lethaia, 40: 175-181.
6:    Li Guobiao, Wan Xiaoqiao, Jiang Ganqing, Hu Xiumian, Goudemand N., Han Hongdou, Chen Xi, 2007. Late Cretaceous foraminiferal faunas from the Saiqu ‘melange’ in southern Tibet. Acta Geologica Sinica-English edition, 81(6): 917-924.
5:    Galfetti T., Bucher H., Ovtcharova, M., Schaltegger U., Brayard A., Brühwiler T., Goudemand N., Weissert H., Hochuli P. A., Cordey F. and Guodun K., 2007. Timing of the Early Triassic carbon cycle perturbations inferred from new U-Pb ages and ammonoid biochronozones. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 258: 593-604.

2000-2006 (Applied Physics)

4:    Goudemand N., 2006. Theoretical investigations on dual-beam illumination electronic speckle pattern interferometry. Applied Optics, Vol.45, No.21, 20 July 2006.
3:    Goudemand N., 2006. Application of dynamic phase shifting with wavelet analysis to electronic speckle contouring. Applied Optics, Vol.45, No.16, pp.3704-11, 1 June 2006.
2:    Goudemand N., 2004. Speckle Interferometry 3D-3D: Optical Device for Measuring Complex Structures, ICEM12, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Experimental Mechanics, Advances in Experimental Mechanics, Pappalettere C. ed., CDROM ISBN 88386 6273-8, Paper No. 257, Politecnico di Bari, Italy, 29 Aug.-2 Sept., 2004.
1:    Waldner S., Goudemand N., 2000. Quantitative Strain Analysis With Image Shearing Speckle Pattern Interferometry, Interferometry in Speckle Light, Theory and Applications, Proceedings of the International Conference, Jacquot P. and Fournier J.-M. eds., Springer Verlag, pp. 319-326, Lausanne, Switzerland, 25-28 Sept., 2000.

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