2 edition of Meade Basin Rodent Project found in the catalog.
Meade Basin Rodent Project
Robert A. Martin
|Statement||Robert A. Martin, James G. Honey and Pablo Peláez-Camponanes.|
|Series||Paludicola -- v. 3, no. 1|
|Contributions||Honey, James G., Peláez-Camponanes, Pablo., Rochester Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
Fossil collection in the Meade Basin of Kansas was supported by the National Geographic Society (, ) and the National Science Foundation (EAR , EAR ). Collections at B. de los Conejos by J. Agustí were part of projects CGL P and SGR (Gentcat) and those from B. del Paso by J. Gibert were funded by Cited by: 1. Michael Murphy, Summer , Macalester Coll., Taphonomic Analysis of Small Mammal Faunas from the Meade Basin in southwest Kansas John Munson, , UMN Directed Research, 14 Years of Rodent Community Diet Variation in a Northern Minnesota Mixed Forest.
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Martin. The Meade Basin Rodent Project: A Progress Report by Robert A. Martin, James G. Honey, and Pablo Peláez-Campomanes Abstract. Current knowledge regarding the stratigraphy and mammalian paleontology of the Meade County area of southwestern Kansas is provided.
General Information. Title: The Meade basin [Kansas] rodent project; a progress report Author(s): Martin, R.A., Honey, J.G., and Pelaez-Camponanes, Pablo Publishing. The geologic setting of my area of research, is located in the Meade Basin, found in southwestern Kansas.
The Meade Basin lies within Meade County and includes the city of Meade. The Meade Basin is approximately 48 kilometers long and extends from northern Meade County to the panhandle of Oklahoma (Martin et al.
This area of the United. Abstract.—The Meade Basin, SW Kansas, yields a rich vertebrate fossil record from the late Cenozoic. Here, we review fossil ground squirrels (Sciuridae) from the region as a contribution to the broader Meade Basin Rodent Project.
We recognize 14 species in seven genera: two species of giant ground squirrels (Paenemarmota Hibbard and. that was later modiﬁed and expanded by the Meade Basin Rodent Project (MBRP; Martin et al.,), the latter de-signed speciﬁcally to create a detailed database with which to ex-amine current hypotheses of mammalian community and mor-phological.
Pliocene Paleoenvironments in the Meade Basin, Southwest Kansas, U.S.A. part of the Meade Basin Rodent Project (Pela Meade Basin Rodent Paleontology. These rates are considerably less than those for rodent extinction rates promoted by human activities during the Holocene, the latter ranging from to 50, E/ch in the Meade Basin was supported by grants from the National Geographic Society (, ), the National Science Foundation (EAREAR ) and MICINN Author: Robert A.
Martin and Pablo Peláez-Campomanes. Pela´ez-Campomanes began the Meade Basin Rodent Project in This ongoing project includes rediscovery and collecting from Hibbard’s original localities, prospecting for new sites, systematic revisions, and remapping of Meade Basin geology.
Robert A. Martin. Murray State The Meade Basin rodent project: a Progress report. Article. Jan ; Book Review:The Tertiary Record of Rodents in North America. William W. Korth. Article. Martin has published more than 50 professional articles, and his paleontological research in the Meade Basin of southwestern Kansas, where he is Director of the Meade Basin Rodent Project, has been supported by the National Geographic Society and the National Science Foundation.
A dense fossil rodent database and new paleomagnetic data from the Meade Basin of southwestern Kansas document the transition from a Pliocene community characterized by cricetids of southern aspect and archaic arvicolids with rooted molars to a Pleistocene community with cricetids of temperate aspect and arvicolids with ever-growing by: The Meade Basin, SW Kansas, yields a rich vertebrate fossil record from the late Cenozoic.
Here, we review fossil ground squirrels (Sciuridae) from the region as a contribution to the broader Meade Basin Rodent by: 2. You don't enjoy a book like Rodent. You endure it which by no means is a criticism. You are torn along through the life of the main character, Isabelle, and her life is hard and awful.
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Rodent specimens were recovered from the Golliher B zone using the collection and washing methods described for previous field seasons of the Meade Basin Rodent Project (e.g., Martin et al.).
Approximately one and one-half tons of matrix were washed to extract the rodent remains in and Dental measurements were made with an. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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55 (fig. 1), Atwater member of Crooked Creek formation of Meade group. Named and described as consisting of sandy silty, silt, silty clay, and clay which contains Pearlette ash lentil, when present; massive caliche generally present at top of member.
Thickness about 50 feet. Great Basin Rodent Control. 3 likes. Great Basin Rodent Control Munchkin Rd Park City, UT () Followers: 3. A cement-filled prism fold, a feature commonly encountered in extinct species of Mimomys with rooted molars, appears in three rootless first lower molars of Microtus pennsylvanicus.
The Golliher B assemblage helps to fill in the late Pleistocene history of rodents in the ongoing Meade Basin Rodent Project.
A cement-filled prism fold, a feature commonly encountered in extinct species of Mimomys with rooted molars, appears in three rootless first lower molars of Microtus pennsylvanicus. The Golliher B assemblage helps to fill in the late Pleistocene history of rodents in the ongoing Meade Basin Rodent reviewe.The largest falcon is the gyrfalcon at up to 65 cm in length.
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