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The Evolution of Artiodactyls
Dinosaur bones: fossils or pseudomorphs? The pitfalls of physiology reconstruction from apatitic fossils
Abstract A prerequisite to any attempt to reconstruct thermophysiology of ancient animals through analysis of stable isotopes of oxygen is the assumption that apatitic fossils are isotopicallyExpand
Evolution of the mammalian fauna across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in northeastern Montana and other areas of the Western Interior
Paleontological and geological studies of the Hell Creek Formation and Tullock Member of the Fort Union Formation in the northern Western Interior of North America provide a globally unique, detailedExpand
Levels of complexity in the microstructure of mammalian enamel and their application in studies of systematics.
Description and analysis of the complex structure of enamel can be facilitated through the application of a system of hierarchical levels of structural complexity. Five interdependent levels areExpand
THE SMALLEST KNOWN TRICERATOPS SKULL: NEW OBSERVATIONS ON CERATOPSID CRANIAL ANATOMY AND ONTOGENY
Abstract The discovery of the smallest Triceratops skull (UCMP 154452) provides a new ontogenetic end member for the earliest stage of ceratopsid (Centrosaurinae plus Chasmosaurinae) cranialExpand
High-resolution chronostratigraphy of the terrestrial Cretaceous-Paleogene transition and recovery interval in the Hell Creek region, Montana
Detailed understanding of ecosystem decline and recovery attending the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary (KPB) mass extinctions is hindered by limited constraints on the pace and tempo of environmentalExpand
Were Immigrants a Significant Part of the Earliest Paleocene Mammalian Fauna of the North American Western Interior
The roles of immigration and endemic radiation of survivors of the extinctions marking the Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary in evolution of the earliest Paleocene (Puercan) mammalian fauna of theExpand
Paleoecological implications of Alaskan terrestrial vertebrate fauna in latest Cretaceous time at high paleolatitudes
The latest Cretaceous cool temperate environment of the Alaskan North Slope included dinosaurs (some species represented by both juveniles and adults) and mammals, all probably endothermic, andExpand
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