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MIOMAP Bibliography April 26, 2010
AKERSTEN, W. A., SOISET, J. M., and MCDONALD, H. G., 1998, An early Arikareean oreodont Mesoreodon sp.(Mammalia: Artiodactyla), from southeastern Idaho, in Akersten, W. A., McDonald, H. G., Meldrum, D. J., and Flint, M. E. T., eds., And Whereas . . . Papers on the Vertebrate Paleontology of Idaho Honoring John A. White, Vol 1: Idaho Museum of Natural History Occasional Paper, Pocatello, Idaho Museum of Natural History, p. 13-20.
ALBRIGHT, L. B., 1996, Insectivores, rodents, and carnivores of the Toledo Bend local fauna: an Arikareean (earliest Miocene) assemblage from the Texas coastal plain: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 16, p. 458-473.
ALBRIGHT, L. B., 1998a, New genus of tapir (Mammalia: Tapiridae) from the Arikareean (earliest Miocene) of the Texas Coastal Plain: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 18, p. 200-217.
ALBRIGHT, L. B., III, 1998b, The Arikareean land mammal age in Texas and Florida: southern extension of Great Plains faunas and Gulf Coastal Plain endemism: Geological Society of America Special Paper, v. 325, p. 167-183.
ALBRIGHT, L. B., III, 1999a, Ungulates of the Toledo Bend Local Fauna (late Arikareean, early Miocene), Texas Coastal Plain: Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, v. 42, p. 1-80.
ALBRIGHT, L. B., III, 1999b, Biostratigraphy and vertebrate paleontology of the San Timoteo badlands, southern California: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 144, p. 1-121.
ALKER, J., 1969, Paciculus (Cricetinae, Incertae Sedis) teeth from the Miocene of Nebraska: Journal of Paleontology, v. 43, p. 171-174.
ALLEN, G. M., 1926, Fossil mammals from South Carolina: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, v. 67, p. 447-467.
ALROY, J., 2000, North American Mammalian Paleofauna Database.
ARATA, A. A., 1966, A Tertiary proboscidian from Louisiana: Tulane Studies in Geology, v. 4, p. 73-74.
ARMSTRONG, R. L., LEEMAN, W. P., and MALDE, H. E., 1975, K-Ar dating, Quaternary and Neogene volcanic rocks of the Snake River plain, Idaho: American Journal of Science, v. 275, p. 225-251.
AXELROD, D. I., 1956, Mio-Pliocene floras from west-central Nevada: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 33, p. 322.
AZZAROLI, A., 1988, On the equid genera Dinohippus Quinn 1955 and Pliohippus Marsh 1874: Bollettino della Societá Palaeontologica Italiana, v. 27, p. 61-72.
BADER, R. S., 1956, A quantitative study of the Equidae of the Thomas Farm Miocene: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, v. 115, p. 49-78.
BAILEY, B., HUNT, R., JR., and STEPLETON, E., 2004, A temnocyonine beardog preserved in a lover Arikareean pumiceous horizon, Wildcat Hills, western Nebraska: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 24, p. 36A.
BAILEY, B., KORTH, W., and KALTHOFF, D., 2005, Eomyids from the early Arikareean Ridgeview local fauna of western Nebraska and their biogeographic significance: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 25, p. 33A.
BAILEY, B. E., 1992, A new early Arikareean microfauna from northwestern Nebraska: Proceedings of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 102, p. 65.
BAILEY, B. E., 1999, New Arikareean/Hemingfordian micromammal faunas from western Nebraska and their biostratigraphic significance: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 19, p. 30A-31A.
BAILEY, B. E., 2001, Miocene stratigraphy of the Niobrara River Valley, western Cherry County, Nebraska: Unpub. M.S. thesis, University of Nebraska 92 p.
BAILEY, B. E., 2004, Biostratigraphy and biochronology of early Arikareean through late Hemingfordian small mammal faunas from the Nebraska panhandle and adjacent areas: Paludicola, v. 4, p. 81-113.
BAILEY, B. E., and MEAD, H. F., 1998, Companion Quarry: Nebraska's first late Hemingfordian microfauna: Proceedings of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 108, p. 43.
BAKSI, A. K., 1974, Isotopic fractionation of a loosely held atmospheric argon component in the Picture Gorge basalts: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 21, p. 431-438.
BARBAT, W. F., and WEYMOUTH, A. A., 1931, Stratigraphy of the Borophagus littoralis locality, California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences, v. 21, p. 25-36.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1905, Notice of a new fossil mammal from Sioux County, Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 2, p. 1-4.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1906a, Notice of a new fossil rhinoceros from Sioux County, Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 2, p. 311-318.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1906b, Notice of a new Miocene Rhinoceros, Diceratherium arikarense: Science, New Series, v. 24, p. 780-781.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1914a, A new fossil horse, Hypohippus matthewi: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 4, p. 169-173.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1914b, Mammalian fossils from Devil's Gulch: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 4, p. 177-190.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1914c, Mammalian fossils from Devil's Gulch: University of Nebraska Studies, v. 14, p. 185-202.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1916, A new longirostral mastodon from Nebraska, Tetrabelodon osborni sp. nov.: American Journal of Science, v. 191, p. 522-529.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1927, Preliminary notice of a new proboscidean Amebelodon fricki, gen. et sp. nov.: Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum, v. 1, p. 131-134.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1931, A new amebelodont, Torynobelodon barnumbrowni, sp. nov. A preliminary report: Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, v. 1, p. 191-198.
BARBOUR, E. H., 1932, The mandible of Platybelodon barnumbrowni: Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, v. 1, p. 251-258.
BARBOUR, E. H., and COOK, H. J., 1914, Two new fossil dogs of the genus Cynarctus from Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 4, p. 225-227.
BARBOUR, E. H., and COOK, H. J., 1915, A new saber-toothed cat from Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 4, p. 235-238.
BARBOUR, E. H., and COOK, H. J., 1917a, Skull of Aelurodon platyrhinus, sp. nov.: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 173-180.
BARBOUR, E. H., and COOK, H. J., 1917b, Notes on the skull of Metoreodon: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 165-172.
BARBOUR, E. H., and HIBBARD, C. W., 1941, A shovel-tusked mastodon, Amebelodon fricki, from Kansas: Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum, v. 2, p. 37-46.
BARBOUR, E. H., and SCHULTZ, C. B., 1934, A new antilocaprid and a new cervid from the late Tertiary of Nebraska: American Museum Novitates, v. 734, p. 1-4.
BARBOUR, E. H., and SCHULTZ, C. B., 1935, A new Miocene dog, Mesocyon geringensis, sp. nov.: Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, v. 1, p. 407-418.
BARBOUR, E. H., and SCHULTZ, C. B., 1941, A new species of Sphenophalos from the upper Ogallala of Nebraska: Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum, v. 2, p. 59-62.
BARGHOORN, S., 1981, Magnetic-polarity stratigraphy of the Miocene type Tesuque Formation, Santa Fe Group, in the Española Valley, New Mexico: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 92, p. 1027-1041.
BARNES, L. G., 1976, Outline of eastern north Pacific fossil cetacean assemblages: Systematic Zoology, v. 25, p. 321-343.
BARNES, L. G., HOWARD, H., HUTCHISON, J. H., and WELTON, B. J., 1981, The vertebrate fossils of the marine Cenozoic San Mateo Formation at Oceanside, California, in Abbott, P. L., and O'Dunn, S., eds., Geologic investigations of the coastal plain San Diego Couny, California, San Diego, San Diego Association of Geologists, p. 53-70.
BARNOSKY, A. D., 1981, A skeleton of Mesoscalops (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Miocene Deep River Formation, Montana, and a review of the proscalopid moles: evolutionary, functional, and stratigraphic relationships: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 1, p. 285-339.
BARNOSKY, A. D., 1982, A new species of Proscalops (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Arikareean Deep River Formation, Meagher County, Montana: Journal of Paleontology, v. 56, p. 1103-1111.
BARNOSKY, A. D., 1986a, Arikareean, Hemingfordian, and Barstovian mammals from the Miocene Colter Formation, Jackson Hole, Teton County, Wyoming: Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, v. 26, p. 1-69.
BARNOSKY, A. D., 1986b, New species of the Miocene rodent Cupidinimus (Heteromyidae) and some evolutionary relationships within the genus: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 6, p. 46-64.
BARNOSKY, A. D., 2001, Distinguishing the effects of the Red Queen and Court Jester on Miocene mammal evolution in the northern Rocky Mountains: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 21, p. 172-185.
BARNOSKY, A. D., BIBI, F., HOPKINS, S. S. B., and NICHOLS, R., 2007, Biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of the mid-Miocene Railroad Canyon sequence, Montana and Idaho, and age of the mid-Tertiary unconformity west of the Continental Divide: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 27, p. 204-224.
BARNOSKY, A. D., and LABAR, W. J., 1989, Mid-Miocene (Barstovian) environmental and tectonic setting near Yellowstone Park, Wyoming and Montana: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 101, p. 1448-1456.
BARTLEY, K. J., MITCHELL, C., and KORTH, W. W., 2004, A taphonomic study of Clarendonian (Miocene) Teleoceras (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotoidea) from the Ogallala Formation northwestern Kansas: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, p. 65.
BASKIN, J. A., 1978, Bensonomys, Calomys, and the origin of the phyllotine group of neotropical cricetines (Rodentia: Cricetidae): Journal of Mammalogy, v. 59, p. 125-135.
BASKIN, J. A., 1979, Small mammals of the Hemphillian age White Cone local fauna, northeastern Arizona: Journal of Paleontology, v. 53, p. 695-708.
BASKIN, J. A., 1980, Evolutionary reversal in Mylagaulus (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the late Miocene of Florida: American Midland Naturalist, v. 104, p. 155-162.
BASKIN, J. A., 1981, Barbourofelis (Nimravidae) and Nimravides (Felidae), with a description of two new species from the late Miocene fo Florida: Journal of Mammalogy, v. 62, p. 122-139.
BASKIN, J. A., 1982, Tertiary Procyoninae (Mammalia: Carnivora) of North America: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 2, p. 71-93.
BASKIN, J. A., 1986, The late Miocene radiation of neotropical sigmodontine rodents in North America: Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, Special Paper, v. 3, p. 287-303.
BASKIN, J. A., 1989, Comments on new world Tertiary Procyonidae (Mammalia: Carnivora): Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 9, p. 110-117.
BASKIN, J. A., 1991, Early Pliocene horses from late Pleistocene fluvial deposits, Gulf Coastal Plain, south Texas: Journal of Paleontology, v. 65, p. 995-1006.
BASKIN, J. A., 1998a, Procyonidae, in Janis, C. M., Scott, K. M., and Jacobs, L. L., eds., Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America. Volume 1: Terrestrial Carnivores, Ungulates, and Ungulatelike Mammals, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 144-151.
BASKIN, J. A., 1998b, Mustelidae, in Janis, C. M., Scott, K. M., and Jacobs, L. L., eds., Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America. Volume 1: Terrestrial Carnivores, Ungulates, and Ungulatelike Mammals, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 152-173.
BASKIN, J. A., 1998c, Evolutionary trends in the late Miocene hyena-like dog Epicyon (Carnivora, Canidae): National Science Museum Monographs, v. 14, p. 191-214.
BASKIN, J. A., 2003, New procyonines from the Hemingfordian and Barstovian of the Gulf Coast and Nevada, including the first fossil record of the Potosini: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 279, p. 125-146.
BASKIN, J. A., 2004, Bassariscus and Probassariscus (Mammalia, Carnivora, Procyonidae) from the early Barstovian (middle Miocene): Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 24, p. 709-720.
BASKIN, J. A., and KORTH, W. W., 1996, Copemys mariae (Rodentia, Muridae) a replacement name for Copemys lindsayi Dalquest, Baskin and Schultz, 1996 non Copemys lindsayi Sutton and Korth, 1995: Paludicola, v. 1, p. 32.
BECKER, J. J., 1985, Fossil herons (Aves: Ardeidae) of the late Miocene and early Pliocene of Florida: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 5, p. 24-31.
BECKER, J. J., 1986, A fossil motmot (Aves: Momotidae) from the late Miocene of Florida: The Condor, v. 88, p. 478-482.
BECKER, J. J., and MCDONALD, H. G., 1998, The Star Valley local fauna (early Hemphillian), southwestern Idaho, in Akersten, W. A., McDonald, H. G., Meldrum, D. J., and Flint, M. E. T., eds., And Whereas . . . Papers on the Vertebrate Paleontology of Idaho Honoring John A. White, Vol 1: Idaho Museum of Natural History Occasional Paper, Pocatello, Idaho Museum of Natural History, p. 25-49.
BENNETT, D. K., 1974, Paleontology , paleoecology, and biostratigraphy of the Rhinoceros Hill Fauna (Hemphillian: latest Miocene), and sedimentology of the enclosing Ogallala Formation, Ash Hollow Member, Wallace County, Kansas: Unpub. M.S. thesis, University of Kansas 1-209 p.
BENNETT, D. K., 1979, The fossil fauna from Lost and Found Quarries (Hemphillian: latest Miocene), Wallace County, Kansas: Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, The University of Kansas, v. 79, p. 1-24.
BENSON, R. N., 1998, Radiolarians and diatoms from the Pollack Farm Site, Delaware: marine-terrestrial correlation of Miocene vertebrate assemblages of the middle Atlantic Coastal Plain: Delaware Geological Survey Special Publication, v. 21, p. 5-19.
BERRY, C. T., 1938, A Miocene dog from Maryland: Proceedings of the United States National Museum, v. 85, p. 159-161.
BERTA, A., and GALIANO, H., 1983, Megantereon hesperus from the late Hemphillian of Florida with remarks on the phylogenetic relationships of machairodonts (Mammalia, Felidae, Machairodontinae): Journal of Paleontology, v. 57, p. 892-899.
BERTA, A., and GALIANO, H., 1984, A Miocene amphicyonid (Mammalia: Carnivora) from the Bone Valley Formation of Florida: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 4, p. 122-125.
BERTA, A., and MORGAN, G. S., 1985, A new sea otter (Carnivora: Mustelidae) from the late Miocene and early Pliocene (Hemphillian) of North America: Journal of Paleontology, v. 59, p. 809-819.
BEVER, G. S., 2003, New record of Bassariscus ogallalae (Carnivora: Procyonidae) from the Ogallala Group (Miocene) of Ellis County, Kansas, with comments on variation within Bassariscus: Southwestern Naturalist, v. 48, p. 249-256.
BLACK, C. C., 1958, A new sicistine rodent from the Miocene of Wyoming: Breviora, v. 86, p. 1-7.
BLACK, C. C., 1960, A second record of the fossil rodent Palustrimus Wood: Breviora, v. 131, p. 1-3.
BLACK, C. C., 1961a, New rodents from the early Miocene deposits of Sixty-Six Mountain, Wyoming: Breviora, v. 146, p. 1-7.
BLACK, C. C., 1961b, Rodents and lagomorphs from the Miocene Fort Logan and Deep River formations of Montana: Postilla, Yale Peabody Museum, v. 48, p. 1-20.
BLACK, C. C., 1961c, Fossil Mammals from Montana. Part 1. Additions to the late Miocene Flint Creek local fauna: Annals of the Carnegie Museum, v. 36, p. 69-76.
BLACK, C. C., 1963a, A review of the North American Tertiary Sciuridae: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, v. 130, p. 109-248.
BLACK, C. C., 1963b, Miocene rodents from the Thomas Farm local fauna, Florida: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, v. 128, p. 483-501.
BLACK, C. C., 1968, Small mammals from the Colter Formation Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in Black, C. C., McKenna, M. C., and Robinson, P., eds., Field Conference Guidebook fro the high altitude and mountain basin deposits of Miocene age in Wyoming and Colorado, Boulder, University of Colorado Museum, p. 10-12.
BLACKWELDER, B. W., 1981, Late Cenozoic marine deposition in the United States Atlantic Coastal Plain related to tectonism and global climate: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 34, p. 87-114.
BOARDMAN, G., 2005, Copemys (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the Miocene Fleming Formation, Fort Polk, Louisiana: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 25, p. 38A.
BOARDMAN, G. S., SCHIEBOUT, J. A., and WRENN, J., 2003, How many species of the fossil rodent Copemys occur at a single prolific screening site in the Miocene, Fleming Formation at Fort Polk, Louisiana?: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies and Gulf Coast Section SEPM Transactions, v. 53, p. 78-85.
BODE, F. D., 1933, Anchitheriine horses from the Merychippus zone of the North Coalinga district, California: Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 440, p. 43-58.
BODE, F. D., 1934, Tooth characters of protohippine horses with special reference to species from the Merychippus zone, California: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 453, p. 39-63.
BODE, F. D., 1935, The fauna of the Merychippus zone, North Coalinga district, California: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 453, p. 65-96.
BOELLSTORFF, J., 1978, Chronology of some late Cenozoic deposits from the central United States and the ice ages: Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 6, p. 35-49.
BOTTOMLEY, R. J., and YORK, D., 1976, 40Ar-39Ar age determinations on the Owyhee Basalt of the Columbia Plateau: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 31, p. 75-84.
BOWEN, R. G., GRAY, W. L., and GREGORY, D. C., 1963, General geology of the northern Juntura Basin: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, v. 53, p. 22-34.
BOWN, T. M., 1980, The fossil Insectivora of Lemoyne Quarry (Ash Hollow Formation, Hemphillian), Keith County, Nebraska: Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 8, p. 99-121.
BREYER, J. A., 1981, The Kimballian Land-Mammal Age: Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin (Dan. 5:25): Journal of Paleontology, v. 55, p. 1207-1216.
BREYER, J. A., 1983, The biostratigraphic utility of camel metapodials: Journal of Paleontology, v. 57, p. 302-307.
BRYANT, J. D., 1991, New early Barstovian (middle Miocene) vertebrates from the upper Torreya Formation, eastern Florida Panhandle: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 11, p. 472-489.
BRYANT, J. D., MACFADDEN, B. J., and MUELLER, P. A., 1992, Improved chronologic resolution of the Hawthorn and the Alum Bluff Groups in nothern Florida: implications for Miocene stratigraphy: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 104, p. 208-218.
BRYANT, L. J., 1968, A new genus of mustelid from the Ellensburg Formation, Washington: Contributions in Science, Los Angeles County Museum, v. 139, p. 1-6.
BRYANT, M. D., 1945, Phylogeny of Nearctic Sciuridae: American Midland Naturalist, v. 33, p. 257-390.
BURBANK, D. W., and BARNOSKY, A. D., 1990, The magnetochronology of Barstovian mammals in southwestern Montana and implications for the initiation of Neogene crustal extension in the northern Rocky Mountains: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 102, p. 1093-1104.
BURKE, J. J., 1934, New Duchesne River rodents and a preliminary survey of the Adjidaumidae: Annals of Carnegie Museum, v. 23.
BURT, W. H., 1931, Machaerodus catocopis Cope from the Pliocene of Texas: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences, v. 20, p. 261-292.
BUTTERWORTH, E. M., 1916, A new mustelid from the Thousand Creek Pliocene of Nevada: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 10, p. 21-24.
BUWALDA, J. P., 1916, New mammalian faunas from Miocene sediments near Tehachapi Pass in the southern Sierra Nevada: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 10, p. 75-85.
BYERS, F. M., JR., 1960, Geology of the Avlord Mountain Quadrangle, Sand Bernardino County, California: Geological Survey Bulletin, v. 1089-A, p. 1-71.
CASSILIANO, M., 1980, Stratigraphy and vertebrate paleontology of the Horse Creek-Trail Creek area, Laramie County, Wyoming: Contributions to Geology, The University of Wyoming, v. 19, p. 25-68.
CHANEY, D. S., 1988, The Jacona microfauna (late Barstovian), Pojoaque Member, Tesuque Formation; north central New Mexico: its geology, taphonomy, paleoecology, Insectivora: Unpub. M.S. thesis, University of California, Riverside xiii + 158 p.
CLARK, J. B., DAWSON, M. R., and WOOD, A. E., 1964, Fossil mammals from the lower Pliocene of Fish Lake Valley, Nevada: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, v. 131, p. 27-63.
COLBERT, E. H., 1932, Aphelops from the Hawthorn Formation of Florida: Florida State Geological Survey, v. 10, p. 55-58.
COLBERT, E. H., 1935, A new fossil peccary, Prosthennops niobrarensis, from Brown County, Nebraska: Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, v. 1, p. 419-430.
COLBERT, E. H., 1938, Pliocene peccaries from the Pacific coast region of North America: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 487, p. 241-269.
COLBERT, E. H., 1941, The ancestral ursid, Hemicyon, in Nebraska: Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, v. 2, p. 49-57.
COLBERT, M. W., and SCHOCH, R. M., 1998, Tapiroidea and other moropomorphs, in Janis, C. M., Scott, K. M., and Jacobs, L. L., eds., Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America. Volume 1: Terrestrial Carnivores, Ungulates, and Ungulatelike Mammals, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 569-582.
COLES, S., PROTHERO, D. R., QUINN, J. P., and SWISHER, C. C., III, 1997, Magnetic stratigraphy of the middle Miocene Bopesta Formation, southern Sierra Nevada, California, in Girty, G. H., Hanson, R. E., and Cooper, J. D., eds., Geology of the western cordillera: perspectives from undergraduate research, Fullerton, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p. 21-34.
COOK, H. J., 1908, A new rhinoceros from the lower Miocene of Nebraska: American Naturalist, v. 42, p. 543-545.
COOK, H. J., 1909, Some new Carnivora from the lower Miocene beds of western Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 3, p. 261-272.
COOK, H. J., 1912a, A new genus and species of rhinoceros, Epiaphelops virgasectus, from the lower Miocene of Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 21-22.
COOK, H. J., 1912b, A new species of rhinoceros, Diceratherium loomisi, from the lower Miocene of Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 29-32.
COOK, H. J., 1914, A new canid from the lower Pliocene of Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 49-50.
COOK, H. J., 1915, Note on the dentition of Amphicyon amnicola, a gigantic fossil dog: Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 57-58.
COOK, H. J., 1922a, Two new bunomastodonts from Colorado: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 4, p. 1-14.
COOK, H. J., 1922b, A Pliocene fauna from Yuma County, Colorado, with notes on the closely related Snake Creek Beds, from Nebraska: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 4, p. 1-29.
COOK, H. J., 1926, A new gigantic dog from Colorado: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 6, p. 29-32.
COOK, H. J., 1927, A new rhinoceros of the genus Teleoceras from Colorado: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 7, p. 1-2.
COOK, H. J., 1928, A new longirostrine elephant from Nebraska, Trilophodon phippsi, sp. nov.: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 8, p. 37-45.
COOK, H. J., 1930, New rhinoceroses from the Pliocene of Colorado and Nebraska: Proceedings of the Colorado Museum of Natural History, v. 9, p. 44-51.
COOK, H. J., 1934, New artiodactyls from the Oligocene and lower Miocene of Nebraska: American Midland Naturalist, v. 15, p. 148-165.
COOK, H. J., 1965, Runningwater Formation, middle Miocene of Nebraska: American Museum Novitates, v. 2227, p. 1-8.
COOK, H. J., and GREGORY, J. T., 1941, Mesogaulus praecursor, a new rodent from the Miocene of Nebraska: Journal of Paleontology, v. 15, p. 549-552.
COOK, H. J., and MACDONALD, J. R., 1962, New Carnivora from the Miocene and Pliocene of western Nebraska: Journal of Paleontology, v. 36, p. 560-567.
COOMBS, M. C., 1978, Reevaluation of early Miocene North American Moropus (Perissodactyla, Chalicotheriidae, Schizotheriinae): Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, v. 4, p. 1-62.
COOMBS, M. C., 1979, Tylocephalonyx, a new genus of North American dome-skulled chalicotheres (Mammalia, Perissodactyla): Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 164, p. 1-64.
COOMBS, M. C., 1984, Excavation of a late Arikareean vertebrate assemblage in northwest Nebraska: National Geographic Society Research Reports, v. 16, p. 145-152.
COOMBS, M. C., 1998, Chalicotherioidea,
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