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The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transition in North America

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D. R. Prothero, S. M. McCarroll, J. J. Flynn, W. D. Turnbull, R. K. Stucky, W. G. Lohr, J. R. Snyder, S. L. Walsh, D. J. Lundquist, E. H. Vance, Jr., J. L. Howard, T. H. H. Dozier, S. G. Lucas, C. B. Hanson, J. E. Storer, A. R. Tabrum, D. L. Garcia, R. H. Tedford, J. B. Swinehart, C. C. Swisher III, S. A. King, T. E. Tierney, J. H. Hutchison, R. M. Sullivan, J. A. Holman, T. H. Heaton, R. J. Emry, W. W. Korth, X.-F. Xu, X.-M. Wang, H. N. Bryant, R. M. Hunt, Jr, J. A. Baskin, M. S. Stevens, J. A. Stevens, E. CoBabe
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  • Date Published: September 2005
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521021098

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  • The transition from the Eocene to the Oligocene epoch, occurring approximately 47 to 30 million years ago, was the most dramatic episode of climatic and biotic change since the demise of the dinosaurs. The mild tropical climates of the Paleocene and early Eocene were replaced by modern climatic conditions and extremes, including glacial ice in Antarctica. The first part of this book summarizes the latest information in the dating and correlation of the strata of late middle Eocene through early Oligocene age in North America. The second part reviews almost all the important terrestrial reptiles and mammals found near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary, in the White River Chronofauna--from the turtles, snakes and lizards to the common rodents, carnivores, oreodonts and deer of the Badlands. This is the first comprehensive treatment of these topics in over sixty years, and will be invaluable to vertebrate paleontologists, geologists, mammalogists and evolutionary biologists.

    • Summarizes the latest research from argon/argon dating and paleomagnetic stratigraphy
    • Reviews many of the important vertebrates
    • The first comprehensive treatment of these rocks and fossils in more than 60 years
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    • Date Published: September 2005
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521021098
    • length: 708 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 178 x 36 mm
    • weight: 1.209kg
    • contains: 208 b/w illus. 87 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. The Chronostratigraphic Framework of the Uintan Through Arikareean:
    1. Magnetic stratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the middle Eocene Uinta Formation, Uinta Basin, Utah D. R. Prothero
    2. Biostratigraphy and magnetic stratigraphy of the Bridgerian-Uintan Washakie Formation, Washakie Basin, Wyoming S. M. McCarroll, J. J. Flynn and W. D. Turnbull
    3. Magnetic stratigraphy, sedimentology, and mammalian faunas of the early Uintan Washakie Formation, Sand Wash Basin, northwestern Colorado R. K. Stucky, D. R. Prothero, W. G. Lohr and J. R. Snyder
    4. The Bridgerian-Uintan boundary and the 'Shoshonian Subage' of the Uintan S. L. Walsh
    5. Middle Eocene mammalian faunas of San Diego County, California S. L. Walsh
    6. Stratigraphy and magnetic stratigraphy of middle Eocene Friars Formation and Poway Group, San Diego County, California S. L. Walsh, D. R. Prothero and D. J. Lundquist
    7. Magnetostratigraphy of the middle Eocene Coldwater Sandstone, central Ventura County, California D. R. Prothero and E. H. Vance, Jr.
    8. Stratigraphy and paleomagnetism of the upper middle Eocene to lower Miocene (Uintan to Arikareean) Sespe Formation, Ventura County, California D. R. Prothero, J. L. Howard and T. H. H. Dozier
    9. Magnetostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transition in Trans-Pecos Texas D. R. Prothero
    10. Magnetostratigraphy of the Duchesnean part of the Galisteo Formation, New Mexico D. R. Prothero and S. G. Lucas
    11. Stratigraphy and mammalian faunas of the Bridgerian–Duchesnean Clarno Formation, central Oregon C. B. Hanson
    12. Eocene–Oligocene faunas of the Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan J. E. Storer
    13. Magnetic stratigraphy of the White River Group in the High Plains D. R. Prothero
    14. Magnetostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transition in western Montana A. R. Tabrum, D. R. Prothero and D. L. Garcia
    15. The Whitneyan-Arikareean transition in the High Plains R. H. Tedford, J. B. Swinehart, C. C. Swisher III, D. R. Prothero, S. A. King and T. E. Tierney
    Part II. Common Vertebrates of the White River Chronofauna:
    16. Testudines J. H. Hutchison
    17. Squamata R. M. Sullivan and J. A. Holman
    18. Ischyromyidae T. H. Heaton
    19. Cylindrodontidae R. J. Emry and W. W. Korth
    20. Castoridae X.-F. Xu
    21. Canidae X.-M. Wang and R. H. Tedford
    22. Nimravidae H. N. Bryant
    23. Amphicyonidae R. M. Hunt, Jr
    24. Small Arctoid and Feliform Carnivora J. A. Baskin and R. H. Tedford
    25. Merycoidodontinae and Miniochoerinae M. S. Stevens and J. A. Stevens
    26. Leptaucheniinae E. CoBabe
    27. Leptomerycidae T. H. Heaton and R. J. Emry
    Summary D. R. Prothero and R. J. Emry.

  • Editors

    Donald R. Prothero, Occidental College, Los Angeles

    Robert J. Emry, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC

    Contributors

    D. R. Prothero, S. M. McCarroll, J. J. Flynn, W. D. Turnbull, R. K. Stucky, W. G. Lohr, J. R. Snyder, S. L. Walsh, D. J. Lundquist, E. H. Vance, Jr., J. L. Howard, T. H. H. Dozier, S. G. Lucas, C. B. Hanson, J. E. Storer, A. R. Tabrum, D. L. Garcia, R. H. Tedford, J. B. Swinehart, C. C. Swisher III, S. A. King, T. E. Tierney, J. H. Hutchison, R. M. Sullivan, J. A. Holman, T. H. Heaton, R. J. Emry, W. W. Korth, X.-F. Xu, X.-M. Wang, H. N. Bryant, R. M. Hunt, Jr, J. A. Baskin, M. S. Stevens, J. A. Stevens, E. CoBabe

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