Miomap bibliography April 26, 2010



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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. 38-49.
MCKENNA, M. C., 1980, Remaining evidence of Oligocene sedimentary rocks previously present across the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: University of Michigan Papers on Paleontology, v. 24, p. 143-146.
MCKENNA, M. C., and BELL, S. K., 1997, Classification of mammals above the species level: New York, Columbia University Press, 631 p.
MCKENNA, M. C., and LOVE, J. D., 1972, High-level strata containing early Miocene Mammals on the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming: American Museum Novitates, v. 2490, p. 1-31.
MEAD, A. J., 1999, Enamel hypoplasia in Miocene rhinoceroses (Teleoceras) from Nebraska: evidence of severe physiological stress: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 19, p. 391-397.
MEADE, G. E., 1941, A new erinaceid from the lower Miocene: Geological Series of Field Museum of Natural History, v. 8, p. 43-47.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1896, Sigmogomphius Le Contei. A new castoroid rodent from the Pliocene near Berkeley, California: University of California, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 1, p. 363-370.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1901, A contribution to the geology of the John Day Basin: University of California, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 2, p. 269-314.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1906, Carnivora from the Tertiary formations of the John Day region: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 5, p. 1-64.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1909, The occurrence of strepsicerine antelopes in the Tertiary of northwestern Nevada: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 5, p. 319-330.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1910, Tertiary mammal beds of Virgin Valley and Thousand Creek, in northwestern Nevada. Part I - Geologic history: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 6, p. 21-53.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1911a, Tertiary mammal beds of Virgin Valley and Thousand Creek in northwestern Nevada. Part II - Vertebrate faunas: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 6, p. 199-304.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1911b, A collection of mammalian remains from Tertiary beds on the Mohave Desert: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 6, p. 167-169.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1913a, New anchitheriine horses from the Tertiary of the Great Basin area: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 7, p. 419-434.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1913b, Vertebrate fauna of the Orindan and Siestan beds in middle California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 7, p. 373-385.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1913c, Notes on the canid genus Tephrocyon: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 7, p. 359-372.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1913d, New protohippine horses from Tertiary beds on the western border of the Mohave Desert: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 7, p. 435-441.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1913e, A peculiar horn or antler from the Mohave Miocene of California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 7, p. 335-339.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1915a, Tertiary vertebrate faunas of the North Coalinga region of California: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, v. 22, p. 191-234.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1915b, Remains of land mammals from marine Tertiary beds in the Tejon Hills, California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 8, p. 283-288.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1915c, New horses from the Miocene and Pliocene of California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 9, p. 49-58.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1915d, New species of the Hipparion group from the Pacific coast and Great Basin provinces of North America: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 9, p. 1-8.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1916a, Mammalian remains from a late Tertiary formation at Ironside, Oregon: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 10, p. 129-135.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1916b, Mammalian remains from the Chanac Formation of the Tejon Hills, California: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 10, p. 111-127.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1916c, Tertiary vertebrate fauna from the Cedar Mountain region of western Nevada: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 9, p. 161-198.
MERRIAM, J. C., 1919, Tertiary mammalian faunas of the Mohave Desert: University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, v. 11, p. 437a-585.
MERRIAM, J. C., and STOCK, C., 1928, A further contribution to the mammalian fauna of the Thousand Creek Pliocene, northwestern Nevada: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 393, p. 5-21.
MERRIAM, J. C., and STOCK, C., 1933, Tertiary mammals from the Auriferous GRavels near Columbia, California: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 440, p. 1-6.
MERRIAM, J. C., STOCK, C., and MOODY, C. L., 1925, The Pliocene Rattlesnake Formation and fauna of eastern Oregon with notes on the geology of the Rattlesnake and Mascall deposits: Contributions to Paleontology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, v. 347, p. 43-92.
MESSENGER, K. K., and MESSENGER, C. L., 1977, Carnivores from the Jamber Local Fauna (Pliocene, Valentinian), Boyd County, Nebraska: Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 4, p. 95-101.
MILLER, W. E., and DOWNS, T., 1974, A Hemphillian local fauna containing a new genus of antilocaprid from southern California: Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, v. 258, p. 1-36.
MITCHELL, E. D., 1966, The Miocene pinniped Allodesmus: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 61, p. 1-46.
MOHLER, R. E., 1938, A new Amebelodon for Kansas: Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, v. 41, p. 219-221.
MONTAGNE, J. D. L., and BARNES, W. C., 1957, Stratigraphy of the North Park Formation in the North Park area, Colorado, Rocky Mountain Association Geologists Guidebook 9th Annual Field Conference, North Park and Middle Park Basins, Colorado, p. 55-60.
MOREA, M. F., 1981, The Massacre Lake local fauna (Mammalia, Hemingfordian) from northwestern Washoe County, Nevada: Unpub. Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Riverside 1-262 p.
MOREA, M. F., and KORTH, W. W., 2002, A new eomyid rodent (Mammalia) from the Hemingfordian (early Miocene) of Nevada and its relationship to Eurasian Apeomyinae (Eomyidae): Paludicola, v. 4, p. 10-14.
MORGAN, G. S., 1986, The so-called giant Miocene dolphin Megalodelphis magnidens Kellogg (Mammalia: Cetacea) is actually a crocodile (Reptilia; Crocodilia): Journal of Paleontology, v. 60, p. 411-417.
MORGAN, G. S., 1989, Miocene vertebrate faunas from the Suwannee River Basin of north Florida and south Georgia: Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook, v. 30, p. 26-53.
MORGAN, G. S., 1993, Mammalian biochronology and marine-nonmarine correlations in the Neogene of Florida: Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication, v. 37, p. 55-66.
MORGAN, G. S., 1994, Miocene and Pliocene marine mammal faunas from the Bone Valley Formation of central Florida: Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History, v. 29, p. 239-268.
MORGAN, G. S., and CZAPLEWSKI, N. J., 2003, A new bat (Chiroptera: Natalidae) from the early Miocene of Florida, with comments on natalid phylogeny: Journal of Mammalogy, v. 84, p. 729-752.
MORGAN, G. S., and PRATT, A. E., 1988, An early Miocene (late Hemingfordian) vertebrate fauna from Brooks Sink, Bradford County, Florida: Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook, v. 29, p. 53-69.
MORGAN, G. S., and WHITE, R. S., JR., 2005, Miocene and Pliocene vertebrates from Arizona: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin, v. 29, p. 115-136.
MOU, Y., 1997, A new arvicoline species (Rodentia; Cricetidae) from the Pliocene Panaca Formation, Southeast Nevada: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 17, p. 376-383.
MUNTHE, J., 1977, A new species of Gregorymys (Rodentia, Geomyidae) from the Miocene of Colorado: PaleoBios, v. 26, p. 1-12.
MUNTHE, J., 1979a, Summary of Miocene vertebrate fossils of the Granite Mountains Basin, central Wyoming: Contributions to Geology, The University of Wyoming, v. 18, p. 33-46.
MUNTHE, J., 1979b, The Hemingfordian mammal fauna of the Vedder locality, Branch Canyon Sandstone, Santa Barbara County, California. Part III: Carnivora, Perissodactyla, Artiodactyla and summary: PaleoBios, v. 29, p. 1-22.
MUNTHE, J., 1988, Miocene Mammals of the Split Rock Area, Granite Mountains Basin, Central Wyoming: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 126, p. 1-136.
MUNTHE, J., and COOMBS, M. C., 1979, Miocene dome-skulled chalicotheres (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from the western United States: a preliminary discussion of a bizarre structure: Journal of Paleontology, v. 53, p. 77-91.
MUNTHE, K., 1981, Skeletal morphology and function of the Miocene rodent Schizodontomys harkseni: PaleoBios, v. 35, p. 1-33.
MUNTHE, K., 1989, The skeleton of the Borophaginae (Carnivora, Canidae), morphology and function: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, v. 133, p. 1-115.
MUNTHE, K., 1998, Canidae, 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. 124-143.
MURPHY, E. C., HOGANSON, J. W., and FORSMAN, N. F., 1993, The Chadron, Brule, and Arikaree Formations in North Dakota: Report of Investigation North Dakota Geological Survey, v. 96, p. 1-144.
NELSON, M. E., and MADSEN, J. H., JR., 1987, A new Clarendonian (late Miocene) fauna from eastern Nevada: Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, v. 25, p. 23-28.
NICHOLS, R., 1976, Early Miocene mammals from the Lemhi Valley of Idaho: Tebiwa, v. 18, p. 9-33.
NICHOLS, R., 1979, Additional Early Miocene mammals from the Lemhi Valley of Idaho: Tebiwa, v. 17, p. 1-12.
NICHOLS, R., 1998, The Lemhi Valley Oligo-Miocene: An overview, 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. 10-12.
OLCOTT, T. F., 1909, A new species of Teleoceras from the Miocene of Nebraska: American Journal of Science, v. 178, p. 403-404.
OLSEN, S. J., 1956a, The Caninae of the Thomas Farm Miocene: Breviora, v. 66, p. 1-12.
OLSEN, S. J., 1956b, A small mustelid from the Thomas Farm Miocene: Breviora, v. 51, p. 1-5.
OLSEN, S. J., 1956c, A new species of Osteoborus from the Bone Valley formation of Florida: Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication, v. 2, p. 1-5.
OLSEN, S. J., 1957a, A new beak-jawed mastodont from Florida: Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India, v. 2, p. 131-135.
OLSEN, S. J., 1957b, The lower dentition of Mephititaxus ancipidens from the Florida Miocene: Journal of Mammalogy, v. 38, p. 452-454.
OLSEN, S. J., 1957c, Leptarctines from the Florida Miocene (Carnivora, Mustelidae): American Museum Novitates, v. 1861, p. 1-7.
OLSEN, S. J., 1958a, The fossil carnivore Amphicyon intermedius from the Thomas Farm Miocene, Part I: skull and dentition: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, v. 118, p. 157-172.
OLSEN, S. J., 1958b, Some problematic carnivores from the Florida Miocene: Journal of Paleontology, v. 32, p. 595-602.
OLSEN, S. J., 1960a, The fossil carnivore Amphicyon longiramus from the Thomas Farm Miocene. Part II—postcranial skeleton: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, v. 123, p. 1-45.
OLSEN, S. J., 1960b, Age and faunal relationships of Tapiravus remains from Florida: Journal of Paleontology, v. 34, p. 164-167.
OLSEN, S. J., 1962, The Thomas Farm fossil quarry: Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, v. 25, p. 142-146.
OLSEN, S. J., 1963, An upper Miocene fossil locality in north Florida: Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, v. 26, p. 308-314.
OLSEN, S. J., 1964a, The stratigraphic importance of a lower Miocene vertebrate fauna from north Florida: Journal of Paleontology, v. 38, p. 477-482.
OLSEN, S. J., 1964b, Vertebrate correlations and Miocene stratigraphy of north Florida fossil localities: Journal of Paleontology, v. 38, p. 600-604.
OSBORN, H. F., 1898a, A complete skeleton of Teleoceras fossiger. Notes upon the growth and sexual characters of this species: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 10, p. 51-59.
OSBORN, H. F., 1898b, The extinct rhinoceroses: Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 1, p. 75-164.
OSBORN, H. F., 1904, New Miocene rhinoceroses with revision of known species: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 20, p. 307-326.
OSBORN, H. F., 1918, Equidae of the Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene of North America, iconographic type revision: Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, New Series, v. 2, p. 1-330.
OSBORN, H. F., 1921a, The evolution, phylogeny, and classification of the Proboscidea: American Museum Novitates, v. 1, p. 1-15.
OSBORN, H. F., 1921b, First appearance of the true mastodon in America: American Museum Novitates, v. 10, p. 1-6.
OSBORN, H. F., 1922, Hesperopithecus, the first anthropoid primate found in America: American Museum Novitates, v. 37, p. 1-5.
OSBORN, H. F., 1923, New subfamily, generic, and specific stages in the evolution of the Proboscidea: American Museum Novitates, v. 99, p. 1-4.
OSBORN, H. F., 1933, Serbelodon burnhami, a new shovel tusker from California: American Museum Novitates, v. 639, p. 1-5.
OSBORN, H. F., 1936, Proboscidea. A monograph of the discovery, evolution, migration and extinction of the mastodonts and elephants of the world: New York, American Museum Press, 802 p.
OSTRANDER, G. E., 1986, Insectivora (Mammalia) from the Miocene (Hemingfordian) of western Nebraska: Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 14, p. 21-24.
OWEN, P. R., 2002, Primitive American badgers (Mustelidae, Taxidiinae) from the late Clarendonian of Nebraska: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 22, p. 94A.
PAGNAC, D., 2004, New camels (Artiodactyla: Camelidae) from the mid-Miocene Barstow Formation, Mojave Desert, California: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Supplement, v. 24, p. 100A.
PAGNAC, D., 2005, New camels (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) from the Barstow Formation (middle Miocene), San Bernardino County, California: PaleoBios, v. 25, p. 19-31.
PAGNAC, D., 2006, Scaphohippus, a new genus of horse (Mammalia: Equidae) from the Barstow Formation of California: Journal of Mammalian Evolution, v. 13, p. 37-61.
PAJAK, A. F., III, and VINCELETTE, A. R., 1991, "Merychippus" stylodontus and "M." intermontanus: biostratigraphy and basic morphology of two Barstovian tridactyl horses: San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly, v. 38, p. 80-85.
PARKER, D., and ARMSTRONG, R. L., 1972, K-Ar dates and Sr isotope initial ratios for volcanic rocks in the Harney Basin, Oregon: Isochron/West, v. 5, p. 7-12.
PARRIS, D. C., and GREEN, M., 1969, Dinohyus (Mammalia: Entelodontidae) in the Sharps Formation, South Dakota: Journal of Paleontology, v. 43, p. 1277-1279.
PATTON, T. H., 1966, Revision of the selenodont artiodactyls from Thomas Farm: Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, v. 29, p. 179-190.
PATTON, T. H., 1967, Oligocene and Miocene vertebrates from central Florida: Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook, v. 13, p. 3-10.
PATTON, T. H., 1969a, Miocene and Pliocene artiodactyls, Texas Gulf Coastal Plain: Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, v. 14, p. 2.
PATTON, T. H., 1969b, An Oligocene land vertebrate fauna from Florida: Journal of Paleontology, v. 43, p. 543-546.
PATTON, T. H., and TAYLOR, B. E., 1971, The Synthetoceratinae (Mammalia, Tylopoda, Protoceratidae): Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 145, p. 119-218.
PATTON, T. H., and TAYLOR, B. E., 1973, The Protoceratinae (Mammalia, Tylopoda, Protoceratidae) and the systematics of the Protoceratidae: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 150, p. 347-414.
PERKINS, M. E., BROWN, F. H., NASH, W. P., MCINTOSH, W., and WILLIAMS, S. K., 1998, Sequence, age, and source of silicic fallout tuffs in middle to late Miocene basins of the northern Basin and Range province: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 110, p. 344-360.
PETERSON, O. A., 1904, Osteology of Oxydactylus, a new genus of camels from the Loup Forks of Nebraska, with descriptions of two new species: Annals of Carnegie Museum, v. 2, p. 434-476.
PETERSON, O. A., 1905a, Preliminary note on a gigantic mammal from the Loup Fork Beds of Nebraska: Science, v. 22, p. 211-212.
PETERSON, O. A., 1905b, A correction of the generic name (Dinochoerus) given to certain fossil remains from the Loup Fork Miocene of Nebraska: Science, v. 22, p. 719.
PETERSON, O. A., 1905c, Description of new rodents and discussion of the origin of Daemonelix: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 2, p. 139-202.
PETERSON, O. A., 1905d, New suilline remains from the Miocene of Nebraska: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 2, p. 305-324.
PETERSON, O. A., 1906a, Preliminary description of two new species of the genus Diceratherium Marsh, from the Agate Spring Fossil Quarry: Science, v. 24, p. 281-283.
PETERSON, O. A., 1906b, The Agate Spring Fossil Quarry: Annals of Carnegie Museum, v. 3, p. 487-494.
PETERSON, O. A., 1907, The Miocene beds of western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming and their vertebrate faunae: Annals of the Carnegie Museum, v. 4, p. 21-72.
PETERSON, O. A., 1909, A revision of the Entelodontidae: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 4, p. 41-158.
PETERSON, O. A., 1910, Description of new carnivores from the Miocene of western Nebraska: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 4, p. 205-278.
PETERSON, O. A., 1911, A new camel from the Miocene of western Nebraska: Annals of Carnegie Museum, v. 7, p. 260-266.
PETERSON, O. A., 1920, The American Diceratheres: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 7, p. 399-476.
PETERSON, O. A., 1924, Discovery of fossil mammals in the Brown's Park Formation of Moffatt County, Colorado: Annals of Carnegie Museum, v. 15, p. 299-304.
PETERSON, O. A., 1928, The Browns Park Formation: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v. 11, p. 87-130.
PIERCE, H. G., and RASMUSSEN, D. L., 1989, New land snails (Archaeogastropoda, Helicinidae) from the Miocene (early Barstovian) Flint Creek beds of western Montana: Journal of Paleontology, v. 63, p. 846-851.
PIERCE, H. G., and RASMUSSEN, D. L., 1992, The nonmarine mollusks of the Late Oligocene-Early Miocene Cabbage Patch fauna of western Montana. I. Geologic setting and the family Pupillidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora): Journal of Paleontology, v. 66, p. 39-52.
PRATT, A. E., 1989, Taphonomy of the microvertebrate fauna from the early Miocene Thomas Farm locality, Florida (U.S.A.): Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 76, p. 125-151.
PRATT, A. E., 1990, Taphonomy of the large vertebrate fauna from the Thomas Farm locality (Miocene, Hemingfordian), Gilchrist County, Florida: Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, v. 35, p. 35-130.
PRATT, A. E., and MORGAN, G. S., 1989, New Sciuridae (Mammalia: Rodentia) from the early Miocene Thomas Farm local fauna, Florida: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 9, p. 89-100.
PRATT, A. E., and PETKEWICH, R. M., 1989, Fossil vertebrates from the Marks Head Formation (early Miocene) of southeastern Georgia: Georgia Journal of Science, v. 47, p. 20.
PROCTOR, R. J., and DOWNS, T., 1963, Stratigraphy of a new formation containing early Pliocene vertebrates at Lake Mathews, near Riverside, California: Geological Society of America Special Papers, v. 73, p. 59.
PROTHERO, D., and SANCHEZ, F., 2005, Systematics of the Leptaucheniine oreodonts (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) from the Oligocene and earliest Miocene of North America: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin.
PROTHERO, D. R., 1991, Magnetic stratigraphy of Eocene-Oligocene mammal localities in southern San Diego County, in Abbott, P. L., and May, J. A., eds., Eocene geologic history San Diego region, Los Angeles, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p. 125-130.
PROTHERO, D. R., 1996, Camelidae, in Prothero, D. R., and Emry, R. J., eds., The terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene transition in North America, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 609-651.
PROTHERO, D. R., 1998a, Protoceratidae, 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. 431-438.
PROTHERO, D. R., 1998b, Hyracodontidae, 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. 589-594.
PROTHERO, D. R., 1998c, Rhinocerotidae, 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. 595-605.
PROTHERO, D. R., 2005a, The evolution of North American Rhinoceroses: New York, Cambridge University Press, 224 p.
PROTHERO, D. R., 2005b, Systematics of the musk deer (Artiodactyla: Moschidae: Blastomerycinae) from the Miocene of North America: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin.
PROTHERO, D. R., ANDERSON, J. S., CHAMBERLAIN, K., and LUDTKE, J., 2005?, Magnetic stratigraphy and geochronology of the Barstovian-Clarendonian (middle to late Miocene) part of the Moonstone Formation, central Wyoming.
PROTHERO, D. R., and DONOHOO, L. L., 2001, Magnetic stratigraphy of the lower Miocene (early Hemingfordian) Sespe-Vaqueros Formations, Orange County, California, in Prothero, D. R., ed., Magnetic stratigraphy of the Pacific Coast Cenozoic, Los Angeles, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p. 242-253.
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PROTHERO, D. R., HOWARD, J. L., and DOZIER, T. H. H., 1996, Stratigraphy and paleomagnetism of the upper middle Eocene to lower Miocene (Uintan to Arikareean) Sespe Formation, Ventura County, California, in Prothero, D. R., and Emry, R. J., eds., The terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene transition in North America, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. 171-188.
PROTHERO, D. R., and LITER, M. R., 2005?, Systematics of the Dromomerycinae (Artiodactyla: Palaeomerycidae) from the Miocene of North America.
PROTHERO, D. R., LITER, M. R., BARNES, L. G., and WANG, X., 2005, Land mammals from the middle Miocene Sharktooth Hill Bonebed, Kern County, California.
PROTHERO, D. R., and MANNING, E. M., 1987, Miocene rhinoceroses from the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain: Journal of Paleontology, v. 61, p. 388-423.
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