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The Bug Creek Problem and the Cretaceous-Tertiary Transition at McGuire Creek, Montana
Bug Creek assemblages from Montana, transitional in composition between typical Cretaceous and Paleocene vertebrate faunas, are critical to K-T extinction debates because they have been used toExpand
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Cretaceous extinctions: multiple causes.
![Figure][1] Deccan plateau basalts. Lava from Deccan volcanism formed distinct layering. CREDIT: GSFC/NASA In the Review “The Chicxulub Asteroid Impact and Mass Extinction at theExpand
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First Record of Stygimys (Mammalia, Multituberculata, Eucosmodontidae) from the Paleocene (Puercan) Part of the North Horn Formation, Utah, and a Review of the Genus
A single tooth referred to Stygimys kuszmauli recovered at the Gas Tank Hill locality from Puercan strata of the North Horn Formation represents the first record of Stygimys from Utah. S. kuszmauliExpand
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New Records of Eutherian Mammals from the Goler Formation (Tiffanian, Paleocene) of California and Their Biostratigraphic and Paleobiogeographic Implications
ABSTRACT The Goler Formation is the only rock unit on the West Coast of North America that has yielded a diverse assemblage of Paleocene vertebrates. Intense prospecting of strata representing memberExpand
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A lithornithid (Aves: Palaeognathae) from the Paleocene (Tiffanian) of southern California
The proximal end of a bird humerus recovered from the Paleocene Goler Formation of southern California is the oldest Cenozoic record of this clade from the west coast of North America. The fossil isExpand
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