Dieter Korn

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Dieter Korn
Born 1958
Sundern (Westphalia)
Nationality German
Fields Paleontology (paleomalocology)
Institutions Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
Known for Ammonite Evolution

Dr. Dieter Korn (born 1958)[1] is a German scientist and paleontologist specializing in research on ammonites and goniatites.[2] He received his Ph.D. in 1996 from the University of Tübingen and is employed by the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany, in the Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity (Humboldt University). Dr Korn has published or coauthored over 100 papers since 1979,[3] including the description of numerous new species of cephalopods.


  1. ^ Eugene V. Coan, Alan R. Kabat & Richard E. Petit (15 February) 2009. 2,400 years of malacology, 6th ed. American Malacological Society. 830 pp. + 32 pp. (Annex of Collations).
  2. ^ Web site
  3. ^ Curriculum vite

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