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  • Paleosol data from Kenya. 

    Retallack, Greg J. (2016-11-21)
    Data collected in several areas of Kenya with Cenozoic deposits well known for fossil mammals, including islands and shores of Lake Victoria, the central and southern Gregory Rift, and the basin of Lake Turkana. Data are ...
  • Paleosol data from Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Quebec. 

    Retallack, Greg J. (2011)
    Data on depth to calcic horizon in paleosols of the northern Appalachians for tetrapod bones and trackways, as well as fossil tree remains. These data were collected to establish a paleoclimatic time series for Devonian ...
  • Data for Cenozoic paleoclimate on land in North America 

    Retallack, Greg J. (University of Oregon, 2016-04)
    Paleotemperature and paleoprecipitation over the past 40 m.yr. can be inferred from the degree of chemical weathering and depth of carbonate nodules in paleosols of Oregon, Montana, and Nebraska. Paleosol records show ...
  • Northern Goshawks in the Malheur National Forest Eastern Oregon 1992 TO 2011 

    Rickabaugh, Skylar J.; Fremd, Theodore J. (2012-05-02)
    This report summarizes the data generated from a long-term effort to perform continued and consistent monitoring of goshawk nest sites on the Malheur National Forest in eastern Oregon from 1992 to 2010. This compilation ...
  • Guidebook: SVP Field Symposium 2010 John Day Basin Field Conference 

    Fremd, Theodore J.; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (2010-04)
    This guide was developed for a three day field symposium sponsored by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. It is intended as an informal, casual guide for participants, and is largely targeted at the graduate student ...
  • Phylogeny and Evolutionary History of the Aplodontoidea (Mammalia: Rodentia) 

    Hopkins, Samantha (2010-09-29)
    Athough over a hundred species of fossil aplodontoids have been described since the extant species, Aplodontia rufa (the mountain beaver), was first described by Rafinesque in 1817, a thorough survey of the relationships ...
  • Morphological Proxies for Fossoriality, Supplementary Appendices 

    Hopkins, Samantha; Davis, Edward Byrd (2009-08-20)
    Supplementary Appendices from Hopkins and Davis 2009, Journal of Mammalogy. Appendix I: Taxonomy, ecological data, and morphological characters from 123 species representing 15 of the 29 orders of extant mammals, used ...