2003 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
1998 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Hans-Dieter Sues focuses on Paleontology, Ecology, Tetrapod, Zoology and Cretaceous. The various areas that he examines in his Paleontology study include Extinction event, Notosuchia and Notosuchidae. Anatomy is closely connected to Heterodont in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Notosuchia.
His Tetrapod study incorporates themes from Bolide, Crocodyliformes, Trias and Iridium anomaly. His Zoology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bipedalism, Allometry, Mesoeucrocodylia, Elliot Formation and Neosuchia. His Cretaceous study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Genus and Botany.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Anatomy, Cretaceous, Zoology and Taxon. His research on Paleontology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Holotype. The concepts of his Anatomy study are interwoven with issues in Archosaur and Archosauriformes.
Hans-Dieter Sues works mostly in the field of Zoology, limiting it down to concerns involving Carboniferous and, occasionally, Herbivore and Paleozoic. His Taxon study incorporates themes from Parareptilia, Leptopleuron, Hypsognathus and Procolophonidae. His research in Tetrapod intersects with topics in Crocodyliformes and Permian.
Hans-Dieter Sues mainly focuses on Paleontology, Anatomy, Cretaceous, Diapsid and Bissekty Formation. His study in Paleontology intersects with areas of studies such as Wolfville Formation and Carapace. His studies examine the connections between Anatomy and genetics, as well as such issues in Theropoda, with regards to Carpometacarpus.
His study in the field of Richardoestesia also crosses realms of Central asia. His studies in Diapsid integrate themes in fields like Osteology, Skull, Ladinian, Lepidosauromorpha and Keuper. His work is dedicated to discovering how Keuper, Range are connected with Tetrapod and other disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Diapsid, Paleontology, Bissekty Formation, Cretaceous and Anatomy. His Diapsid research also works with subjects such as
The Bissekty Formation study which covers Sauropoda that intersects with Aptian and Cenomanian. The Cretaceous study combines topics in areas such as Phalanx and Carpometacarpus. His work on Osteology as part of general Anatomy study is frequently connected to Ungual, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time: Evolutionary Paleoecology of Terrestrial Plants and Animals
Norton G. Miller;Anna K. Behrensmeyer;John D. Damuth;William A. DiMichele.
Ascent of dinosaurs linked to an iridium anomaly at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary.
P. E. Olsen;Dennis Kent;Dennis Kent;H. D. Sues;C. Koeberl.
Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time
David Bartley;A.K. Behrensmeyer;J.D. Damuth;W.A. DiMichele.
Journal of Animal Ecology (1993)
The Origins of Angiosperms and their Biological Consequences
William A. DiMichele;Robyn J. Burnham;Hans-Dieter Sues;Else Marie Friis.
Early Cretaceous Dinosaurs from the Sahara
Paul C. Sereno;Jeffrey A. Wilson;Hans C.E. Larsson;Didier B. Dutheil.
In the Shadow of the Dinosaurs: Early Mesozoic Tetrapods
Nicholas C. Fraser;Hans-Dieter Sues.
Irritator challengeri, a spinosaurid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil
Hans-Dieter Sues;Eberhard Frey;David M. Martill;Diane M. Scott.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (2002)
Cretaceous Extinctions: Multiple Causes
J. David Archibald;W. A. Clemens;Kevin Padian;Timothy B Rowe.
Mesozoic and Early Cenozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems
Scott L. Wing;Hans-Dieter Sues.
Origins and early evolution of herbivory in tetrapods.
Hans-Dieter Sues;Hans-Dieter Sues;Robert R. Reisz.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1998)
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