5 edition of Tertiary record of rodents in North America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-305) and index.
|Statement||William W. Korth.|
|Series||Topics in geobiology ;, v. 12, The Language of science|
|LC Classifications||QE882.R6 K68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||94015242|
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[William W Korth]. Get this from a library. The Tertiary record of rodents in North America. [William W Korth] -- This monograph is the first compilation of all known data on fossil rodents in North America.
The author includes illustrations of all fossil families of rodents, the phylogenies for all familes, a. Cite this chapter as: Korth W.W. () Classification of Tertiary record of rodents in North America book.
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This list may not reflect recent changes (). This book is designed as a source and reference for people interested in the history and fossil record of North American tertiary mammals. Each chapter covers a different family or order, and includes information on anatomical features, systematics, the distribution of the genera and species at different fossil localities, and a discussion of their paleobiology/5(2).
The following are references of possible use to the [WikiProject Rodents Group].I have added my name after books that I have hard copies of; if it is not in your library and not online in part or full, I can look up / scan the info needed.
The Tertiary Record of Rodents in North America. Plenum Press, New York. If a later publication superceded the taxonomy used in the Korth book, the more recent taxonomy was used. The initial taxonomic standard above the species level was: McKenna, M.
and S. Bell. North America and subsequently dispersed to Asia was also. Tertiary Record of Rodents in North America.
Plenum. Press, New Y ork, pp. Korth, W. W., and A. Tabrum. A new genus of. Korth, William W. Earliest Tertiary evolution and radiation of rodents in North America / William W. Korth Carnegie Museum of Natural History Pittsburgh ( Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh ) Australian/Harvard Citation.
The cricetid rodents described by Leidy and Cope from the Tertiary of North America. American Museum novitates ; no. displays best on an iPad, but may work on other devices that format. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer.
Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America: Small Mammals, Xenarthrans, and Marine Mammals Christine M. Janis, Gregg F. Gunnell, Mark D. Uhen. A must have volume to complement Volume I. Although this volume is rather expensive, it is worth the money in terms of the amount of information given, illustrations of skeletal material, and.
This is a list of North American mammals. It includes all mammals currently found in North America north of Mexico, whether resident or as is a separate list of Mexican article does not include species found only in captivity. Mammal species which became extinct in the l to 13, years are also included in this article.
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by Thomas Denk. 1 Ratings published 3 editions. Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record. The Tertiary Record of Rodents in North America, Korth, A New Miocene Rodent from East Africa, MacInnes, The Genesis of the Rat Skeleton, Walker and Wirtschafter, skull skeleton vintage.
This record suggests that around the beginning of the Cenozoic, South America received a few wait immigrants-marsupials, edentates, ungulates-that reached the continent across a water barrier. The source area was probably Central America, which formed a tropical North American peninsula until near the end of Tertiary by: This book is a unique compendium and synthesis of the cumulative knowledge of more than years of discovery and study of North American tertiary mammals.
The potentially most valuable contribution of this book is the detailed information of the distribution in time and space of each species at fossil localities, recorded in a uniform scheme, so that each chapter provides the 5/5(1).
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In México, its Tertiary fossil record is poorly known. The antilocaprid material described in this paper was collected from the early Blancan fluvial deposits of the San Miguel de Allende Area, state of Guanajuato, by: 5.
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Tertiary period. Which cenozoic period is known for organism migration by land bridge. Tertiary period. Rodent Burrow Systems in North America: Problems Posed and Potential Solutions Gary W. Witmer, Rachael S. Moulton, and Jenna L. Swartz USDA APHIS Wildlife Services, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado There are over species of rodents in North America (Hall ).
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Book Material. Published material. Appendices: A. Synoptical list of fossil Rodentia of North America, by J. AllenB. Material for a bibliography of North American mammals, by Theodore Gill and Elliott Coues. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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Interval of geologic time, 65–1. 8 million years ago. It constitutes the first of the two periods of the Cenozoic Era, the second being the Quaternary.
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