Paleocene/Eocene references (partial list - under construction)

Aubry, M. & W. A. Berggren (1998) Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and Terrestrial Records. Columbia University Press, New York.

Beard, K. C. (1987) Jemezius, a new omomyid primate from the early Eocene of northwestern New Mexico. Journal of Human Evolution, 16:457-468.

Beard, K. C. (1988) New Notharctine primate fossils from the early Eocene of New Mexico and southern Wyoming and the phylogeny of Notharctinae. American Journal of physical Anthropology, 75:439-469.

Beard, K. C. & P.  Houde (1989) An unusual assemblage of diminutive plesiadapiforms (Mammalia, ?Primates) from the early Eocene of the Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9(4):388-399.

Beard, K. C., L. Kristalka, & R. K. Stucky (1992) Revision of the Wind River faunas, early Eocene of central Wyoming. Part 12. New species of omomyid primates (Mammalia: Primates: Omomyidae) and omomyid taxonomic composition across the early-middle Eocene boundary. Annals of Carnegie Museum, 61(1):39-62.

Bloch, J. I., K. D. Rose, & P. D. Gingerich (1998) New species of Batodonoides (Lipotyphla, Geolabididae) from the early Eocene of Wyoming: Smallest known Mammal? Journal of Mammalogy, 79(3): 804-827.

Bloch, J. I., R. Secord, & P. D. Gingerich (2004) Systematics and phylogeny of late Paleocene and early Eocene Palaeoryctinae (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Clarks Fork and Bighorn basins, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 31: 119-154.

Bonillas, Y. (1936) The Dentition of Lambdotherium. Journal of Mammalogy, 17:139-142.

Bown, T. M. (1976) Affinities of Teilhardina (Primates, Omomyidae), with description of new species from North America. Folia Primatologica, 25:62-72.

Bown, T. M. (1979) Geology and mammalian paleontology of the Sand Creek Facies, Lower Willwood Formation (Lower Eocene), Washakie County, Wyoming. Geological Survey of Wyoming Memoir, 2:1-151.

Bown, T. M & A. J. Kihm (1981) Xenicohippus, an unusual new Hyracotheriine (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from lower Eocene rocks of Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. Journal of Paleontology, 55(1):257-270.

Bown, T. M. & K. D. Rose (1976) New early Tertiary primates and a reappraisal of some Plesiadapiformes. Folia Primatologica, 26:109-138.

Bown, T. M. & K. D. Rose (1979) Mimoperadectes, a new marsupial, and Worlandia, a new dermopteran, from the lower part of the Willwood Formation (Early Eocene), Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 25:89-104.

Bown, T. M. & K. D. Rose (1984) Reassessment of some early Eocene Omomyidae, with description of a new genus and three new species. Folia Primatologica, 43:97-112.

Bown, T. M. & K. D. Rose (1987) Patterns of dental evolution in early Eocene anaptomorphine primates (Omomyidae) from the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Paleontological Society Memoir, 23:1-162.

Bown, T. M. & K. D. Rose (1991) Evolutionary relationships of a new genus and three new species of omomyid primates, Willwood Formation, lower Eocene, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Journal of Human Evolution, 20:465-480.

Bown, T. M. & D. Schankler (1982) A review of the Proteutheria and Insectivora of the Wilwood Formation (lower Eocene), Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Geological Survey Bulletin, 1523:1-79.

Boyd, A. (2000) Paleogene paleoclimate of the North Atlantic Arctic as determined by vegetation. GFF, 122:33

Bujak, J. P. & H. Brinkhius (1998) Global warming and dinocyst changes across the Paleocene/Eocene boundary. In: Aubry, M. & W. A. Berggren (eds.) Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and Terrestrial Records. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 277-295.

Cifelli, R. L., C. R. Schaff, & M. C. McKenna (1989) The relationships of the  Arctostylopidae (Mammalia): New data and interpretation. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 152:1–44.

Clyde, W. C. & P. D. Gingerich (1998) Mammalian community response to the latest Paleocene thermal maximum: An isotaphonomic study in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Geology 26(11):1011-1014. 

Colbert, M. W. (2005) The facial skeleton of the early Oligocene Colodon (Perissodactyla, Tapiroidea). Palaeontologica Electronica 8(1):12A, 27 p, 600KB.

Cope, E. D (1872) Second account of new Vertebrata from the Bridger Eocene. Proceedings of American Philosophical Society, 12:466-468.

Cope, E. D (1873) Fourth notice of extinct Vertebrata from the Bridger and the Green River Territories. Paleontological Bulletin, 17:1-4.

Cope, E. D (1874) Report on the vertebrate paleontology of Colorado. Annual Report Geologic and Geographic Survey of the Territories for 1873, F. V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist, Washington, D.C., pp. 427-533.

Cope, E. D. (1875) Systematic catalogue of the Vertebrata of the Eocene of New Mexico. Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia, Journal, 1875:1-35.

Cope, E. D. (1877) Report upon the extinct Vertebrata obtained in New Mexico by parties of the expedition of 1874. Chapter xi. Fossils of the Mesozoic periods and Geology pf Mesizoic and Tertiary beds. xxi. Fossils of the Eocene period. xiii. Fossils of the Loup. Geographical surveys west of 100th Meridian, First Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, in change. Vol. iv, Palaeontology, 1877-1-370.

Cope, E. D. (1880) The Badlands of the Wind River and their faunas. American Naturalist, 14:745-748.

Cope, E. D. (1880) The Northern Wasatch fauna. American Naturalist, 14:908-909.

Cope, E. D. (1881) On the vertebrata of the Wind River Eocene beds of Wyoming. Bulletin of United States Geologic and Geographic Survey of the Territories, 6:183-202.

Cope, E. D. (1882) Contributions to the history of the Vertebrata of the Lower Eocene of Wyoming and New Mexico, made during 1881. I. The fauna of the Wasatch beds of the basin of the Big Horn River. II. The fauna of the Catathlaeus beds, or Lowest Eocene, New Mexico. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 20:139-197.

Cope, E. D. (1884) The Vertebrata of the Tertiary formations of the west. Book I. Report of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, F. V. Hayden, United States geologist in charge. Washington (Department of the Interior) III xxxv + 1009 pp.

Corfield, R. M. & R. D. Norris (1998) The oxygen and carbon isotopic context of the Paleocene/Eocene epoch boundary. In: Aubry, M. & W. A. Berggren (eds.) Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and Terrestrial Records. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 124-137.

Covert, H. H. (1988) Ankle and foot morphology of Cantius mckennai: Adaptations and phylogentic implications. Journal of Human Evolution, 17:57-70.

Covert H. H. & M. W. Hamrick (1993) Description of new skeletal remains of the early Eocene anaptomorphine primate Absarokius (Omomyidae) and a discussion about its adaptive profile. Journal of Human Evolution, 25:351-362.

Dagosto, M., D. L. Gebo, & K. C. Beard (1999) Revision of the Wind River faunas, Early Eocene of central Wyoming. Part 14. Postcranium of Shoshonius cooperi (Mammalia: Primates). Annals of Carnegie Museum 68(3):175-211.

Dawson, M. R. (2001) Early Eocene rodents (Mammalia) from the Eureka Sound Group of Ellesmere Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Science, 38:1107-1116.

Dawson, M. R. & K. C. Beard (1996) New late Paleocene rodents (Mammalia) from Big Multi Quarry, Washakie Basin, Wyoming. Paleovertebrata, 25(2-4):301-321.

Dawson, M. R., M.C. McKenna, K. C. Beard & J.H. H. Hutchison (1993) An early Eocene plagiomenid Mammal from Ellesmere and Axel Heiberg Islands, Artic Canada. Kaupia, 3:179-192.

Denison, R. H. (1938) The Broad-skulled Pseudocreodi. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 37:163-257.

Dockery, D. T. (1998) Molluscan faunas across the Paleocene/Eocene series boundary in the North American coastal plain. In: Aubry, M. & W. A. Berggren (eds.) Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and Terrestrial Records. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 296-322.

Eberle, J. J. & M. C. McKenna (2002) Early Eocene Leptictida, Pantolesta, Credonta, Carnivora, and Mesonychidae (Mammalia) from the Eureka Sound Group, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 39(6):899-910.

Flanagan, K. M. (1986) Early Eocene rodents from the San Juan Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, Special Paper 3:197-220.

Froehlich, D. J. (2002) Quo vadis eohippus? The systematics and taxonomy of the early Eocene equids (Perissodactyla). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 134:141-256.

Froehlich, J. W. & S. G. Lucas (1991) Early Eocene Pelycodus danielsae: Largest adapid in the oldest lemuriform adaptive radiation. Folia Primatologica, 57:115-120.

Gazin, C. L. (1952) The lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming and its mammalian faunas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 117(18):1-82.

Gazin, C. L. (1953) The Tillodontia: An early Tertiary order of mammals. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 121(10):1-110.

Gazin, C. L. (1956) The occurrence of Paleocene mammalian remains in the Fossil Basin of southwestern Wyoming. Journal of Paleontology, 30:707-711.

Gazin, C. L. (1958) A review of the middle and upper Eocene primates of North America. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 136:1-112.

Gazin, C. L. (1959) Early tertiary Apheliscus and Phenacodaptes as pantolestid insectvores. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 139(7):1-7.

Gazin, C. L. (1961) New sciuravid rodents from the lower Eocene Knight Formation of western Wyoming. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 74:193-194.

Gazin, C. L. (1962) A further study of the lower Eocene mammalian faunas of southwestern Wyoming. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 144(1):1-98.

Gazin, C. L. (1965) A study of the early tertiary Condylarthran mammal Meniscotherium. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 149(2):1-98.

Gebo, D. L. (1988) Foot morphology and locomotor adaptation in Eocene primates. Folia Primatologica, 49:52-56.

Gidley, J. W. (1917) Report on Wasatch fossils. United States Geological Survey Professional Papers, 108:59.

Gilmore, C. W. (1942) Paleocene faunas of the Polecat Bench Formation, Park County, Wyoming; Part II. Lizards. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 85(2):159-167.

Gingerich, P. D. (1975) Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 24(17):181-189.

Gingerich, P. D. (1976) Cranial anatomy and evolution of early Tertiary Plesiadapidae (Mammalia, Primates). University of Michigan, Papers on Paleontology, 15:1-141.

Gingerich, P. D. (1977) Aletodon gunnelli, a new Clarkforkian hyopsodontid (Mammalia, Condylarthra) from the early Eocene of Wyoming.  Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 24: 237-244.

Gingerich, P. D. (1978) New Condylarthra (Mammalia) from the Paleocene and Early Eocene of North America.  Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 25:1-9.

Gingerich, P. D. (1981) Radiation of early Cenozoic Didymoconidae (Condylarthra, Mesonychia) in Asia, with a new genus from the early Eocene of western North America. Journal of Mammalogy, 62(3):526-538.

Gingerich, P. D. (1982) Aaptoryctes (Palaeoryctidae) and Thelysia (Palaeoryctidae?): New insectivorous mammals from the late Paleocene and early Eocene of western North America. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 26(3):37-47.

Gingerich, P. D. (1982) Second species of Wyolestes (Condylarthra, Mesonychia) from the early Eocene of western North America.  Journal of Mammalogy, 63:706-709.

Gingerich, P. D. (1982) Studies on Paleocene and early Eocene Apatemyidae (Mammalia, Insectivora): Part II. Labidolemur and Apatemys from the early Wasatchian of the Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 26:57-69.

Gingerich, P. D. (1983) Systematics of early Eocene Miacidae (Mammalia, Carnivora) in the Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 26(10):197-225.

Gingerich, P. D. (1986) Early Eocene Cantius torresi— oldest primate of modern aspect from North America. Nature, 320:319-321.

Gingerich, P. D. (1987) Early Eocene bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) and other vertebrates in freshwater limestone of the Willwood Formation, Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 27(11):275-320.

Gingerich, P. D. (1989) New earliest Wasatchian mammalian fauna from the Eocene of northwestern Wyoming: Composition and Diversity in a rarely sampled high-floodplain assemblage. University of Michigan, Papers of Paleontology, 28:1-97.

Gingerich, P. D. (1991) Systematics and Evolution of early Eocene Perissodactyla (Mammalia) in the Clarks Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 28(8):181-213.

Gingerich, P. D. (1993) Early Eocene Teilhardina brandti: Oldest omomyid primate from North America. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 28(13):321-326.

Gingerich, P. D. (1994) New species of Apheliscus, Haplomylus, and Hyopsodus (Mammalia, Condylarthra) from the late Paleocene of southern Montana and early Eocene of northwestern Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 29(6):119-134.

Gingerich, P. D. (2000) Paleocene/Eocene boundary and continental vertebrate faunas of Europe and North America. GFF 122:57-59.

Gingerich, P. D. (2003) Mammalian responses to climate change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary: Polecat Bench record in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. In: S. L.Wing, P. D. Gingerich, B. Schmitz, & E. Thomas (eds.) Causes and Consequences of Globally Warm Climates in the Early Paleogene. The Geological Society of America, Special Paper 369:463-478.

Gingerich, P. D. & H. A. Deutsch. (1989) Systematics and Evolution of Early Eocene Hyaenodontidae (Mammalia: Creodonta) in the Clarks Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 27(13):327-391.

Gingerich, P. D. & Gunnell, G. F. (1979) Systematics and Evolution of the genus Esthonyx (Mammalia, Tillodontia) in the early Eocene of North America. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 25(7):125-153.

Gingerich, P. D. & K. D. Rose. (1982) Studies on Paleocene and early Eocene Apatemyidae (Mammalia, Insectivora): Part I. Dentition of Clarkforkian Labidolemur kayi.  Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 26:49-55.

Gingerich, P. D. & E. L. Simons. (1977) Systematics, phylogeny, and evolution of early Eocene Adapidae (Mammalia, Primates) in North America. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 24:245-279.

Gingerich, P. D. & D. A. Winkler (1985) Systematics of Paleocene Viverravidae (Mammalia, Carnivora) in the Bighorn Basin and Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 27(4):87-128.

Granger, W. (1910) Tertiary faunal horizons in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming, with description of new Eocene mammals: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 28:235-251.

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Gunnell, G. F. (1985) Systematics of early Eocene Microsyopinae (Mammalia, Primates) in the Clark’s Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 27(2):51-71.

Gunnell, G. F. (1989) Evolutionary history of Microsyopoidea (Mammalia, ?Primates) and the relationship between plesiadapiformes and primates. University of Michigan, Papers on Paleontology, 27:1-157.

Gunnell, G. F. (1998) Mammalian faunal composition and the Paleocene/Eocene epoch/series boundary: Evidence from the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. In: Aubry, M. & W. A. Berggren (eds.) Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and Terrestrial Records. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 409-427.

Gunnell, G. F. (2002) Nothartine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to middle Eocene (Wasatchian-Bridgerian) of Wyoming: Transitional species and the origins of Notharctus and Smilodectes. Journal of Human Evolution, 43:353-380.

Gunnell, G. F., W. S. Bartels, P. D. Gingerich, & V. Torres (1992) Wapiti Valley faunas: Early and middle Eocene fossil vertebrates from the North Fork of the Shoshone River, Park County, Wyoming. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 28:247-287.

Gunnell, G. F. & P. D. Gingerich (1981) A new species of Niptomomys (Microsyopidae) from the early Eocene of Wyoming. Folia Primatologica, 36:128-137.

Gunnell, G. F. & P. D. Gingerich (1991) Systematics and evolution of late Paleocene and early Eocene Oxyaenidae (Mammalia, Creodonta) in the Clarks Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 28:141-180.

Guthrie, D. A. (1966) A New Species of dichobunid artiodactyl from the Lower Eocene of Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy, 47:487-490.

Guthrie, D. A. (1967) The mammalian fauna of the Lysite member, Wind River Formation, (early Eocene) of Wyoming. Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 5:1-52.

Guthrie, D. A. (1971) The mammalian fauna of the Lost Cabin member, Wind River Formation (Lower Eocene) of Wyoming. Annals of Carnegie Museum, 43:47-113.

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Jepsen, G. L. (1930) New vertebrate fossils from the lower Eocene of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 67:117-131.

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Jepsen, G. L. (1932) Tubulodon taylori, a Wind River Eocene tubulidentate from Wyoming. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 71:255-274.

Jepsen, G. L. (1937) A Paleocene rodent, Paramys atavus. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 78:291-301.

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Krause, D. W. (1987) Systematic revision of the genus Prochetodon (Ptilodontidae, Multituberculata) from the late Paleocene and early Eocene of western North America. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 27(8):221-236.

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Matthew, W. D. (1909) The Carnivora and Insectivora of the Bridger Basin, middle Eocene.  Mem American Museum of Natural History, 9:291-567.

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