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Mammalian responses to Middle Holocene climatic change in the Great Basin of the western United States
In spite of decades of intense research directed toward understanding the climates and ecology of the Great Basin (western United States) during the past 10,000 years, the responses of mammals to theExpand
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The Archaeological Record of Human Impacts on Animal Populations
Recent archaeological research has fundamentally altered our understanding of the scope of past human impacts on nondomesticated animal populations. Predictions derived from foraging theoryExpand
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A brief history of Great Basin pikas
Aim  Within the past few decades, seven of the 25 historically described populations of American pikas (Ochotona princeps) in the Great Basin of arid western North America appear to have becomeExpand
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Spatial Response of Mammals to Late Quaternary Environmental Fluctuations
Analyses of fossil mammal faunas from 2945 localities in the United States demonstrate that the geographic ranges of individual species shifted at different times, in different directions, and atExpand
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Quantitative zooarchaeology: topics in the analysis of archaeological faunas
Discusses the problems involved in the quantification of bones and teeth from archaeological and paleontological sites. The text deals with the units that are routinely used to measure the abundancesExpand
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Danger Cave, Last Supper Cave, and Hanging Rock Shelter : the faunas
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A requiem for North American overkill
The argument that human hunters were responsible for the extinction of a wide variety of large Pleistocene mammals emerged in western Europe during the 1860s, alongside the recognition that peopleExpand
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Late Quaternary environmental change in the Bonneville basin, western USA
Abstract Excavation and analyses of small animal remains from stratified raptor deposits spanning the last 11.5 ka, together with collection and analysis of over 60 dated fossil woodrat middenExpand
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The Late Quaternary biogeographic histories of some Great Basin mammals (western USA)
The Great Basin of arid western North America provides one of the most detailed late Pleistocene and Holocene mammal records available for any part of the world, though the record is by far strongestExpand
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