Publications - Anthony D. Barnosky

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2014 Jan Zalasiewicz, Mark Williams, Colin N Waters, Anthony D Barnosky, and Peter Haff. The technofossil record of humans. The Anthropocene Review 1: doi:10.1177/2053019613514953

2013 James W.C. White (Chair), Richard B. Alley, David E. Archer, Anthony D. Barnosky, Jonathan Foley, Rong Fu, Marika M. Holland, M. Susan Lozier, Johanna Schmitt, Laurence C. Smith, George Sugihara, David W. J. Thompson, Andrew J. Weaver, Steven C. Wofsy, Edward Dunlea, Claudia Mengelt, Amanda Purcell, Rita Gaskins, Rob Greenway. Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change, Anticipating Surprises. National Academies Press, 201 pp.  Download the book, a summary, and slides

Frank Oldfield, Anthony D Barnosky, John Dearing, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, John McNeill, Will Steffen, and Jan Zalasiewicz. 2014. The Anthropocene Review: Its significance, implications and the rationale for a new transdisciplinary journal. The Anthropocene Review 1: doi:10.1177/2053019613500445

2013 Anthony D. Barnosky. Palaeontological evidence for defining the Anthropocene. In, C. N. Waters, J. A. Zalasiewicz, M. Williams, M. A.  Ellis & A. M. Snelling (eds), A Stratigraphical Basis for the Anthropocene. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 395, doi 10.1144/SP395.6  Download a reprint

2013 Malinda Kent-Corson, Anthony D. Barnosky, Andreas Mulchc, Marc A. Carrasco, C. Page Chamberlain. Possible regional tectonic controls on mammalian evolution in western North America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 387 (2013) 17–26. Download a reprint

2013 Anthony D. Barnosky, James H. Brown, Gretchen C. Daily, Rodolfo Dirzo, Anne H. Ehrlich, Paul R. Ehrlich, Jussi T. Eronen, Mikael Fortelius, Elizabeth A. Hadly, Estella B. Leopold, Harold A. Mooney, John Peterson Myers, Rosamond L. Naylor, Stephen Palumbi, Nils Christian Stenseth, Marvalee H. Wake.  Scientific Consensus on Maintaining Humanity's Life Support Systems in the 21st Century: Information for Policy Makers, 52 pp. Download a reprint        Endorse the statement as a scientist or concerned citizen

2013 Elizabeth A. Hadly, Anthony D. Barnosky, Mikael Fortelius, Nils Chr. Stenseth. Getting the word out on biodiversity crisis.  Nature 497:565.  Download a reprint

2013 Mark D. Uhen, Anthony D. Barnosky, Brian Bills, Jessica Blois, Matthew T. Carrano, Marc A. Carrasco, Gregory M. Erickson, Jussi T. Eronen, Mikael Fortelius, Russel W. Graham, Eric C. Grimm, Maureen A. O’Leary, Austin Mast, William H. Piel, P. David Polly & Laura K. Säilä. From card catalogs to computers: databases in vertebrate paleontology.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33:13-28.  Download a reprint

2013 Elena Bennett, Dawn Wright, Leah R. Gerber, Elizabeth A. Hadly, Jessica Hellman, Hope Jahren & Anthony D. Barnosky. Bridging the Science-to-Society Gap.  Nature Blog, 22 May 2013 | 10:01 BST |  Link to the article

2013 Anthony D. Barnosky. Climate change. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia: Extinction. Ed. Norman MacLeod. Detroit: Gale, 2013. 735-747. Request a copy

2013 Anthony D. Barnosky. 2013. Mammals (modern). Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia: Extinction. Ed. Norman MacLeod. Detroit: Gale, 2013. 365-373. Request a copy

2012 Barnosky, A. D., Elizabeth A. Hadly, Jordi Bascompte, Eric L. Berlow, James H. Brown, Mikael Fortelius, Wayne M. Getz,  John Harte, Alan Hastings, Pablo A. Marquet, Neo D. Martinez,  Arne Mooers, Peter Roopnarine, Geerat Vermeij, John W. Williams, Rosemary Gillespie, Justin Kitzes, Charles Marshall, Nicholas Matzke, David P. Mindell, Eloy Revilla, Adam B. Smith. Approaching a state-shift in Earth's biosphere. Nature 486:52-56. Download a reprint

2012 Brook B. W. and A. D. Barnosky.  Quaternary extinctions and their link to climate change. Pp. 179-198, in Saving a Million Species: Extinction Risk from Climate Change, ed. L. Hannah, Island Press, Washington, D. C. Order the book  Download chapter

2012 Barnosky, A. D. and E. A. Hadly. Foreword, pp. v-vii, in Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation, Julien Louyes (ed.), Springer, New York, 276 pages.  Order the book

2011 Barnosky, A. D., Nicholas Matzke, Susumu Tomiya, Guin Wogan, Brian Swartz, Tiago Quental, Charles Marshall, Jenny L. McGuire, Emily L. Lindsey, Kaitlin C. Maguire, Ben Mersey, Elizabeth A. Ferrer. 2011. Has the Earth's sixth mass extinction already arrived? Nature 471:51-57 Download a reprint

2011 Barnosky, A. D., M. A. Carrasco, and R. W. Graham. Collateral mammal diversity loss associated with late Quaternary megafaunal extinctions and implications for the future.  In, McGowan, A. & Smith, A. B. (eds) Comparing the Geological and Fossil Records: Implications for Biodiversity Studies. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 358, 179–189. Download a reprint

2011 Susumu Tomiya, Jenny L. Mcguire, Russell W. Dedon, Seth D. Lerner, Rika Setsuda, Ashley N. Lipps, Jeannie F. Bailey, Kelly R. Hale, Alan B. Shabel, and Anthony D. Barnosky. 2011. A report on late Quaternary vertebrate fossil assemblages from the eastern San Francisco Bay region, California.PaleoBios 30(2):50–71 Download a reprint

2010 Barnosky, A. D. Halfway There. Kyoto Journal 75:12. (This issue of Kyoto Journal was produced to coincide with and distributed to delegates to the Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, Japan, Fall 2010.) Download a reprint

2010 Barnosky, A. D. and E. A. Hadly. Transforming Conservation. NAS Issues in Science and Technology 27(1):17-18. Download a reprint

2010 Barnosky, A. D., and E. L. Lindsey. Timing of Quaternary megafaunal extinction in South America in relation to human arrival and climate change. Quaternary International 217:10-29 Download a reprint

2009 Barnosky, A. D. Foreward, Mammal Anatomy, an Illustrated Guide, Marshall Cavendish. Download a reprint

2009 Carrasco, M. A., A. D. Barnosky, and R. W. Graham. Quantifying the extent of North American mammal extinction relative to the pre-anthropogenic baseline. PLoS One 4(12):e8331.

2009 Hadly, E. A. and A. D. Barnosky. Vertebrate fossils and the future of conservation biology. In Conservation Paleobiology: Using the Past to Manage for the Future, Paleontological Society Short Course, October 17th, 2009, The Paleontological Society Papers, Volume 15, Gregory P. Dietl and Karl W. Flessa (eds.), pp. 39-59. Download a reprint

2009 Barnosky, A.D. Heatstroke: Nature in the Age of Global Warming. Island Press. Order a copy of the book 

2008 Barnosky, A. D. Megafauna biomass tradeoff as a driver of Quaternary and future extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105 (Supp. 1): 11543-11548. Download a reprint

2008 Barnosky, A. D. Climatic change, refugia, and biodiversity: Where do we go from here? An editorial comment. Climatic Change 86:29-32. Download a reprint

2007 Carrasco, M. A., A. D. Barnosky, B. P. Kraatz, and E. B. Davis. The Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (MIOMAP): An online database of Arikareean through Hemphillian fossil mammals. Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History 39:183-188. Download a reprint

2007 Robert S Feranec, Elizabeth A Hadly, Jessica L Blois, Anthony D Barnosky, Adina Paytan. Radiocarbon dates from the Pleistocene fossil deposits of Samwel Cave, Shasta County, California, USA. Radiocarbon 49 117-121. Download a reprint

2007 Barnosky, A. D. and B. P. Kraatz. The role of climatic change in the evolution of mammals. Bioscience 57(6):523-532. Download a reprint (Acrobat.pdf)

2007 Barnosky, A. D., F. Bibi, S. S. B. Hopkins, and R. Nichols. 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 27(1):204-224. Download a reprint (Acrobat.pdf)Supplementary Material (Acrobat.pdf)

2006 Koch, P. L. and A. D. Barnosky. Late Quaternary extinctions: state of the debate. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 37:215-250.Download a reprint (Acrobat.pdf) Supplementary Material (Acrobat.pdf)

2005 Barnosky, A.D., M. A. Carrasco and E. B. Davis. The impact of the species-area relationship on estimates of paleodiversity. PLoS Biology 3:e-266, p. 1-5. Download a reprint (Acrobat.pdf)

2005 Barnosky, A. D. and A. B. Shabel. Comparison of species richness and ecological structure in historic and middle Pleistocene Colorado mountain mammal communities. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Download a reprint (Acrobat.pdf)

2005 Feranec, R. S., A. D. Barnosky, and C. Quang. New populations and biogeographic patterns of the geomyid rodents Lignimus and Mojavemys from the Barstovian of Western Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(4):962-975. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2004 Barnosky, A. D., P.L. Koch, R. S. Feranec, S. L. Wing, and A. B. Shabel. Assessing the Causes of Late Pleistocene Extinctions on the Continents. Science306:70-75. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2004 Barnosky, A.D., C. J. Bell, S. D. Emslie, H. T. Goodwin, J. I. Mead, C. A. Repenning, E. Scott, and A. B. Shabel. Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101:9297-9302. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2004 Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press. 386 pp. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D. Climate Change, Biodiversity, And Ecosystem Health: The Past as a Key To The Future. Pp. 3-5, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D., C. J. Bell, R. G. Raynolds and L. H. Taylor. The Pleistocene Fossils of Porcupine Cave, Colorado: Spatial Distribution and Taphonomic Overview. Pp. 6- 26, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado.University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D. and C. J. Bell. Age and Correlation of Key Fossil Sites Porcupine Cave. Pp. 64-73, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D. A Summary of Fossilized Species in Porcupine Cave. Pp. 95-116, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky A. D. and S. S. B. Hopkins. Identification of Miscellaneous Mammals from the Pit Locality (Soricidae, Geomyoidea, Leporidae). Pp. 169-171, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D. Faunal Dynamics of Small Mammals Through the Pit Sequence. Pp. 318-331, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D., M. H. Kaplan and M. A. Carrasco Assessing the Effect of Middle Pleistocene Climate Change on Marmota populations from the Pit Locality. Pp. 332-339, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Barnosky, A. D. Effect of Environmental Change on Terrestrial Vertebrate Biodiversity. Pp. 341-345, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Bell, C. J., C.A. Repenning, and A. D. Barnosky. Arvicoline Rodents from Porcupine Cave: Identification, Spatial Distribution, Taxonomic Assemblages, and Biochronological Significance. Pp. 207-263, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Bell, C. J., E. L. Lundelius, Jr., A. D. Barnosky, R. W. Graham, E. H. Lindsay, D. R. Ruez, Jr., H. A. Semken, Jr., S. D. Webb, and R. J. Zakrzewski.. The Blancan, Irvingtonian, and Rancholabrean mammal ages. Pp. 232-314, in M. O. Woodburne (ed.), Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America: Biostratgraphy and Geochronology. Columbia University Press, New York.

2004 Kraatz, B. P. and A. D. Barnosky. Barstovian ochotonids from Hepburn&Mac226;s Mesa, Park County, Montana with comments on the biogeography and phylogeny of OreolagusBulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History 36:121-136.

2004 Shabel, A. B., A. D. Barnosky, T. Von Leuvan, F. Bibi, and M. H. Kaplan Irvingtonian Mammals from the Badger Room in Porcupine Cave: Age, Taphonomy, Climate, and Ecology. Pp. 295-317, in Barnosky, A. D. (ed.) Biodiversity Response to Climatic Change in the Middle Pleistocene: The Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado. University of California Press, Berkeley. Order a copy of the book

2004 Tedford, R. H., Albright, L. B. III., Barnosky, A. D., Ferrusquia, I. V., Hunt, R. J. Jr., Storer, J., Swisher, C. C. III., Webb, S. D., and Whistler, D. P.), Mammalian biochronology of the Arikareean through Hemphillian interval (late Oligocene through early Pliocene epochs), North America. Pp.169-231, in M. O. Woodburne (ed.), Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America: Geochronology and Biostratigraphy. Columbia University Press, New York.

2004 Webb, S. David, Russell Wm. Graham, Anthony D. Barnosky, Christopher J. Bell, Richard L. Franz, Elizabeth A. Hadly, Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr., H. Gregory McDonald, Robert A. Martin, Holmes A. Semken Jr., and David W. Steadman. Vertebrate Paleontology. Pp. 519-53 in S. Porter and A. Gillespie, eds.,Developments in Quaternary Science, Volume 1, Elsevier. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2003 Barnosky, A. D. and C. J. Bell. Evolution, climatic change, and species boundaries: perspectives from tracing Lemmiscus curtatus populations through time and space. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Biological Sciences 270:2585-2590. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2003 Barnosky, A.D. E.A. Hadly, and C. J. Bell. Mammalian response to global warming on varied temporal scales. Journal of Mammalogy 84(2):354-368. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2002 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. Effects of Oligo-Miocene global climate changes on mammalian species richness in the northwestern quarter of the USA.Evolutionary Ecology Research Evolutionary Ecology Research 4:811-841. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2001 Barnosky, A.D., E.A. Hadly, B.A. Maurer, and M.I. Christie. Temperate Terrestrial Vertebrate Faunas in North and South America: Interplay of Ecology, Evolution, and Geography with Biodiversity. Conservation Biology 15:658-674. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2001 Barnosky, A.D. Distinguishing the effects of the Red Queen and Court Jester on Miocene mammal evolution in the northern Rocky Mountains. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21:172-185. Download a reprint (Acrobat .pdf)

2000 Bell, C.J. and A.D. Barnosky, The microtine rodents from the Pit Locality in Porcupine Cave, Park County, Colorado. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 69(2):93-134.

1998 Barnosky, A.D. 1998. What causes "Disharmonious" Mammal Assemblages?" Pp. 173-186, in J.J. Saunders, B.W. Styles, and G.F. Baryshnikov (Eds.),Quaternary Paleozoology in the Northern Hemisphere, Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers, vol. XXVII, Springfield, IL.

1997 Barnosky, A.D., Review of Ecology and Evolution, The Pace of Life, by K.D. Bennett. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 241 pp. ISBN 0 521 39921 1 (paperback), price £16.95 or US$24.95; and ISBN 0 521 39028 1 (hardback), price £50.00 or US$69.95. Historical Biology.

1996 Barnosky, A.D., T.I. Rouse, E.A. Hadly, D.L. Wood, F.L. Keesing, and V.A. Schmidt. Comparison of mammalian response to glacial-interglacial transitions in the middle and late Pleistocene. In, Paleoecology and Paleoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals: Tributes to the Career of C.S. (Rufus) Churcher (K. Stewart and K. Seymour, eds.), University of Toronto Press, pp. 16-33.

1996 FAUNMAP Working Group. Spatial response of mammals to late Quaternary environmental fluctuations. Science 272: 1601-1606. [The FAUNMAP Working Group consists of Russell W. Graham (project leader), Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. (project leader), Mary Ann Graham, Erich K. Schroeder, Rickard S. Toomey III, Elaine Anderson, Anthony D. Barnosky, George T. Jefferson, Larry D. Martin, H. Gregory McDonald, Richard E. Morlan, Holmes A. Semken, Jr., S. David Webb, Lars Werdelin, and Michael C. Wilson] Download a reprint

1994 Barnosky, A.D. Defining climate's role in ecosystem evolution: clues from late Quaternary mammals. Historical Biology 8:173-190.

1994 Wood, D.L and A.D. Barnosky. Middle Pleistocene climate change in the Colorado Rocky Mountains Indicated by Fossil Mammals from Porcupine Cave.Quaternary Research 41:366-375.

1994 FAUNMAP Working Group. FAUNMAP: A database documenting late Quaternary distributions of mammal species in the United States. (Co-Directors and Principal Authors, R.W. Graham and E.L. Lundelius, Jr.; Compilers M.A. Graham, R.F. Stearley, E.K. Schroeder), Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers 25, volumes 1, pages 1-288 plus database disk. . [The FAUNMAP Working Group consists of Russell W. Graham (project leader), Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. (project leader), Mary Ann Graham, Erich K. Schroeder, Rickard S. Toomey III, Elaine Anderson, Anthony D. Barnosky, George T. Jefferson, Larry D. Martin, H. Gregory McDonald, Richard E. Morlan, Holmes A. Semken, Jr., S. David Webb, Lars Werdelin, and Michael C. Wilson]

1994 FAUNMAP Working Group. FAUNMAP: A database documenting late Quaternary distributions of mammal species in the United States. (Co-Directors and Principal Authors, R.W. Graham and E.L. Lundelius, Jr.; Compilers M.A. Graham, R.F. Stearley, E.K. Schroeder), Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers 25, volumes 2, pages 289-690. [The FAUNMAP Working Group consists of Russell W. Graham (project leader), Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. (project leader), Mary Ann Graham, Erich K. Schroeder, Rickard S. Toomey III, Elaine Anderson, Anthony D. Barnosky, George T. Jefferson, Larry D. Martin, H. Gregory McDonald, Richard E. Morlan, Holmes A. Semken, Jr., S. David Webb, Lars Werdelin, and Michael C. Wilson]

1993 Barnosky, A.D. Review of Mammoths, Mastodonts, and Elephants: Biology, Behavior, and the Fossil Record, by Gary Haynes. The Quarterly Review of Biology 68(2):256.

1993 Martin, R.A. and A.D. Barnosky (Editors). Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America. Cambridge University Press. 415 pp.

1993 Martin, R.A. and A.D. Barnosky. Quaternary mammals and evolutionary theory: introductory remarks and historical perspective. In Martin, R.A. and A.D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-11.

1993 Barnosky, A.D. Mosaic evolution at the population level in Microtus pennsylvanicus. In Martin, R.A. and A.D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America, Cambridge University Press, pp. 24-59.

1993 Rensberger, J.M. and A.D. Barnosky. Short-term fluctuations in small mammals of the late Pleistocene from eastern Washington. In Martin, R.A. and A.D. Barnosky (eds.), Morphological Change in Quaternary Mammals of North America, Cambridge University Press, pp. 299-342. Download a reprint

1990 Burbank, D.W. and A.D. Barnosky. The magnetochronology of Barstovian mammals in the southwestern Montana and implications for the initiation of Neogene crustal extension in the northern Rockies. Geological Society of America Bulletin 102:1093-1104. Download a reprint

1990 Barnosky, A.D. Evolution of dental traits since latest Pleistocene in meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) from Virginia. Paleobiology 16:370-383.

1989 Webb, S.D. and A.D. Barnosky. Faunal dynamics of Pleistocene mammals. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 17:413-438.

1989 Barnosky, A.D. The late Pleistocene event as a paradigm for widespread mammal extinction. In Mass Extinctions: Processes and Evidence (S.K. Donovan, ed.) Columbia University Press, New York, p.235-255. Download a reprint

1989 Barnosky, A.D. and W.J. LaBar. Mid-Miocene (Barstovian) environmental and volcano-tectonic setting near Yellowstone Park, Wyoming and Montana.Geological Society of America Bulletin 101:1448-1456. Download a reprint

1988 Barnosky, A.D., C.W. Barnosky, R.J. Nickmann, A.C. Ashworth, D.P. Schwert, and S.W. Lantz. Late Quaternary paleoecology at the Newton Site, Bradford Co., northeastern Pennsylvania: Mammuthus columbi, palynology, and fossil insects. In Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region (R.S. Laub, N.G. Miller, and D.W. Steadman, eds.). Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 33:173-184.

1988 Barnosky, A.D. and D.L. Rasmussen. Middle Pleistocene arvicoline rodents and environmental change at 2900-meters elevation, Porcupine Cave, South Park, Colorado. Annals of Carnegie Museum 57:267-292.

1988 Barnosky, A.D. Review of "Late Quaternary Mammalian Biogeography and Environments of the Great Plains" by R.A. Graham, H.A. Semken, and M.A. Graham. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:351-352.

1987 Barnosky, A.D. Punctuated equilibrium and phyletic gradualism: some facts from the Quaternary mammalian record. In Current Mammalogy, Volume 1, (H.H. Genoways, ed.), Plenum Press, New York and London, pp.109-147. Download a reprint

1986 Barnosky, A.D. "Big game" extinction caused by climatic change: Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus) in Ireland. Quaternary Research, 25(1):128-135. Download a reprint

1986 Barnosky, A.D. New species of the Miocene rodent Cupidinimus (Heteromyidae) and some evolutionary relationships within the genus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 6(1 ):46-64.

1986 Barnosky, A.D. Arikareean, Hemingfordian, and Barstovian mammals from the Colter Formation, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 26:1-69.

1985 Barnosky, A.D. Taphonomy and herd structure of the extinct Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus). Science, 228:340-344. Download a reprint

1985 Barnosky, A.D. Late Blancan (Pliocene)microtine rodents from Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Biostratigraphy and biogeography. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 5(3):255-27 1.

1984 Rensberger, J.M., A.D. Barnosky, and P. Spencer. Geology and paleontology of a Pleistocene-to-Holocene loess succession, Benton County, Washington.Archaeological and Historical Services of Eastern Washington University Reports in Archaeology and History no.100-39.

1984 Barnosky, A.D. The Colter Formation: Evidence for Miocene volcanism in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Wyoming Geological Association Bulletin of Earth Sciences, 16:51-100.

1983 Martin, J.E., A.D. Barnosky, and C.W. Barnosky. Fauna and flora associated with the West Richland mammoth from the Pleistocene Touchet beds in south-central Washington. Research Reports of the Burke Memorial Washington State Museum (University of Washington) no.3:1-61.

1983 Barnosky, A.D. Geology and mammalian paleontology of the Miocene Colter Formation, Jackson Hole, Teton County, Wyoming. University of Washington Doctoral Dissertation (Geological Sciences), 332 pp.

1982 Barnosky, A.D. Locomotion in moles from the middle Tertiary of North America. Science, 216:183-185. Download a reprint

1982 Barnosky, A.D. A new species of Proscalops (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Arikareean Deep River Formation, Meagher County, Montana. Journal of Paleontology, 56(5):1103-1111.

1982 Barnosky, A.D. [Review of] "Evolutionary Relationships of middle Eocene and younger species of Centetodon (Mammalia, Insectivora, Geolabidinae) with a description of the dentition of Ankylodon (Adapisoricidae)", by J.A. Lillegraven, M.C. McKenna, and L. Krishtalka. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2(2):261-267.

1981 Barnosky, A.D. 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 1(3-4):285-339.


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2009 Barnosky, A. D. The Insidious Side of Climate Change: Climate and Nature. KQED Climate Watch, April 17, 2009, http://blogs.kqed.org/climatewatch/2009/04/17/the-insidious-side-of-climate-change/

2009 Barnosky, A. D. Sunday Forum / Introducing … the pizzly bear. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette op-ed, Septembr 14, 2009. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09256/997393-109.stm?cmpid=news.xml

2009 Barnosky, A. D. It's up to all of us to save our parks from heatstroke. Seattle-Tacoma News Tribune, op-ed, April 28, 2009 http://www.thenewstribune.com/opinion/othervoices/story/723641.html

2009 Barnosky, A. D. Readers' Forum: New breed of bear cause for concern. Oakland Tribune / Contra Costa Times op-ed, May 30, 2009. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20090530/ai_n31936239/

1986 Barnosky, A.D. The great-horned giants of Ireland: Irish elk. Carnegie Magazine 58(1):22-30.


Electronic Publications

2010 Carrasco, M.A., A. D. Barnosky, and R.W. Graham. Neogene Mammal Mapping Project (NEOMAP), a distributed database linking MIOMAP and FAUNMAP http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/neomap/

2005 Carrasco, M.A., B.P. Kraatz, E.B. Davis, and A.D. Barnosky. Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (MIOMAP). University of California Museum of Paleontology http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/miomap/

2001 Barnosky, A.D. Paleontology Database Network http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/pdn/index.html

2000 Barnosky, A.D. MIOMAP: Miocene Mammal Mapping Project. http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/miomap/miomap_home_page.htm

1998 Barnosky, A.D. Welcome to the Barnosky Lab. http://ib.berkeley.edu/labs/barnosky/

1997 Scarrah, P, E. Guss, and A.D. Barnosky. The Greater Yellowstone Data Clearing House. http://www.mrc.montana.edu. (Barnosky's role was conceptual; Scarrah and Guss implemented the page.)

1997 Barnosky, A.D. (designer and writer; implemented by Bryan Young and Steve Burton). USGS (Biological Resources Division) -Mountain Research Center Collaboration. http://www.mrc.montana.edu/~wwwmrc/MRC/USGS-BRD/

1996 Barnosky, A.D. (designer and writer; implemented by Lou Glassy and Brand Niemann). Biodiversity Yellowpages for the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. http://www.mrc.montana.edu/~csntme/yellowpages/Top.html

1996 Barnosky, A.D. (designer and writer; implemented by Lou Glassy). Consortium of the Study of North Temperate Montane Ecosystems. http://peak.mrc.montana.edu/~csntme/

1995 Barnosky, A.D. (designer and writer; implemented by Lou Glassy and Bryan Young). Welcome to the Mountain Research Center. http://www.mrc.montana.edu

1995 Barnosky, A.D. (designer and writer; implemented by Lou Glassy). Workshop Summary, Biodiversity in Montane Ecosystems: Identifying Data Sources and Designing Exchange Protocols. National Science Foundation Sponsored Symposium at Montana State University, Bozeman Montana. http://peak.mrc.montana.edu/~csntme/biodiversity-workshop.html


Invited Abstracts or other Invited Lectures

2012 A.D. Barnosky, Keynote speaker, Global change and planetary tipping points, North America Congress for the Society for Conservation Biology, held July 16-18.

2012 A.D. Barnosky, Invited participant, USRio+2.0: Bridging Connection Technologies and Sustainable Development. Stanford Graduate School of Business (in collaboration with US State Department) 

2012 A.D. Barnosky, Planetary Tipping Points.  Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment, Environmental Writers Series, Florid Atlantic University

2012 A.D. Barnosky, Are we in the Sixth Mass Extinction and how do we know?  Distinguished Lecturer, University of Wyoming Ecology Group

2012 A.D. Barnosky, Are we in the Sixth Mass Extinction and how do we know?  Duke University Department of Geological Sciences

2011 A.D. Barnosky, Are we in the Sixth Mass Extinction and how do we know?  Oregon State University Department of Biology

2011 A.D. Barnosky, New needs for nature in the Age of Global Warming. Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment Environmental Writers Series, Florid Atlantic University.


2011 A.D. Barnosky, Environmental Policy in the Age of Gobal Warming. Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment, Symposium on Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law


2010 University of Chicago Department of Geological Sciences. A. D. Barnosky, Are we in the sixth mass extinction and how do we know?

2010 A.D. Barnosky, Keynote Speaker, Western Federation of Outdoor Clubs Annual, Marin, CA

2010 A.D. Barnosky, Nature in the Hot Seat, Science@CAL Public Lecture Series

2010 Lyell Symposium, International Paleontological Congress, London. A.D. Barnosky, M. A. Carrasco, R. W. Graham. Calibrating the 'sixth mass extinction' for mammals.

2009 Plenary Speaker: A. D. Barnosky. New needs for nature in the age of global warming. 10th International Mammalogical Congress (Mendoza, Argentina), Abstracts with Program, p. 7.

2009 Special Lecture: A. D. Barnosky. Las nuevas necesidades de la naturaleza en una época de calentamiento global. Sponsored by the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities, University of Chile, and the United States Embassy, Santiago, Chile

2009 Plenary Speaker: A. D. Barnosky. Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Newport Beach, California

2009 Stanford University Department of Biology Seminar Series. A. D. Barnosky, Global Warming in the Gang of Four, What's Next for Nature? Stanford, California

2009 Harvard University Center for the Environment Green Conversatons: A. D. Barnosky. Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. Cambridge, Massachusetts http://www.environment.harvard.edu/events/greencon.htm

2009 Yale Peabody Museum, lead speaker for the Yale Sustainability Summit. A. D. Barnosky. Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. New Haven, Connecticut.

2009 Brown University Environmental Change Initiative: A. D. Barnosky, Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. Providence, Rhode Island.

2009 Boston Museum of Science, Current Science and Technology Program: A. D. Barnosky, Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. Boston, Massachusetts

2009 Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management Wildlife and Conservation Biology Seminar Series, University of California Berkeley: A. D. Barnosky. New needs for nature in the age of global warming. Berkeley, California.

2009 Rocky Mountain Land Lecture Series, Tattered Cover Bookstore: A. D. Barnosky, Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming. Denver, Colorado.

2008 A. D. Barnosky and M. A. Carrasco. Mining the Fossil Record Through Geoinformatics. Symposium Organizer, 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway

2008 A. D. Barnosky and M. A. Carrasco. Using the fossil record to define natural biodiversity baselines in mammals. Symposium on Mining the Fossil Record Through Geoinformatics. 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway

2008 E. Lindsey and A. D. Barnosky. A database of South American Quaternary mammals for paleoecological analyses. Symposium on Mining the Fossil Record Through Geoinformatics. 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway

2007 Invited Leturer: Bing International Program of Stanford University, Santiago, Chile

2007 Invited Lecturer: Department of Ecology, Pontificia Católica Universidad, Santiago, Chile

2007 Invited Lecturer: Department of Ecology, University of Chile, Santiago Chile

2007 Invited Speaker: USA National Academy of Sciences Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium, In the Light of Evolution: Biodiversity and Extinction. (December 7-8, 2007)

2007 Invited Keynote Address: Merging databases from paleontology and ecology to address of global change. Open Scientific Meeting of the European Pollen Database. Europôle Méditerranéen de l'Arbois, Aix-en-Provence, France. (8-12 May 2007)

2007 Invited Lecture: A Deadly Equation: Global Warming + Humans = Ecological Catastrophe. National Centre for Biological Sciences and Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore, India. (February 2007)

2007 Invited Lecture: A Deadly Equation: Global Warming + Humans = Ecological Catastrophe. Stanford University Department of Geological Sciences Paleobiology Seminar (April 2007)

2005-06 Invited Participant, Workshop. "Evolutionary Hotspots as Conservation Priorities in California". California State Parks and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, Nov. 17-18, 2005, and Society of Conservation Biology Meeting, June 24, 2006.

2005 Invited Keynote Address: at "Evolution and the Environment", A symposium and workshop sponsored by American Institute of Biological Sciences (www.aibs.org), Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (www.bscs.org), and National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (www.NESCent.org) at National Association of Biology Teachers Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Oct. 7. Delivered paper entitled: Climate's Role in Mammalian Evolution

2005 Invited Participant, Workshop. Ecological Response to Climate Change: scales of change, scales of observation, 3-4 November 2005, Viikki Campus, Helsinki, Finland. Delivered paper entitled: The problem of scale in detecting mammalian response to climate change in the fossil record

2005 Invited Participant, Carnegie Museum Vertebrate Paleontology Symposium. All the World's a Stage for Evolution: A Symposium to Honor the Career of Dr. Mary R. Dawson, Sept. 16-18, 2005, Pittsburgh, PA. Delivered paper entitled: Problems in detecting the response of mammals to climate change in the paleontological record.

2005 Invited Participant, Symposium. Whole Earth Systems, Integrating Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy, Celebrating Stephen H. Schneider's 60th Birthday, Stanford University, February 10-12, 2005.

2004 Invited Keynote Address, CAVEPS and Quaternary Extinctions Symposium, Naracoorte, Australia
2003 Effects of Quaternary climatic change on speciation in mammals. Symposium on extinctions and speciation during the Quaternary. Sixteenth International Quaternary Association Congress, Reno, Nevada, July 23-30, 2003.

2003 Barnosky, A. D. Climatic change, human impacts, and the long-term biodiversity baseline for montane mammals. Symposium Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future, Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Division, vol. 22(I):41.

2001 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. Do mammalian diversity patterns in the western United States have temporally deep roots? Scientific Program and Abstracts, 8th International Theriological Congress, p. 33.

2001 Barnosky, A.D. and M.H. Kaplan. Population-level response of Marmota flaviventris to a middle Pleistocene climatic warming event in the Colorado RockyMountains. Scientific Program and Abstracts, 8th International Theriological Congress, p. 33.

1996 A.D. Barnosky and C. J. Bell, What Drives Community Re-Organization? Implications Of Superposed Fauna From Porcupine Cave, Co. 1996 National Speleological Society Convention, Salida, Colorado, August 5, 1996. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 58(3):215.

1996 T.I. Rouse and A.D. Barnosky. Response To Climate Change In Dental Remains Of Middle Pleistocene Cynomys At Porcupine Cave, Colorado. 1996 National Speleological Society Convention, Salida, Colorado, August 5, 1996, Abstracts with Program. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 58(3):215.

1996 C.J. Bell and A.D. Barnosky. The Microtine Rodents And The Changing Face Of Irvingtonian Microtine Rodent Biochronology. 1996 National Speleological Society Convention, Salida, Colorado, August 5, 1996, Abstracts with Program. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 58(3):217.

1996 A.D. Barnosky and E.A. Hadly 1996. (Presenter and Panelist) The Role of Earth Sciences in Ecosystem Studies: Examples from Mountain Environments. 1996 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Symposium on "Dinosaurs, Asteroids, and Spotted Owls", Abstracts with Program. pg. A87.

1996 A.D. Barnosky. (Presenter and Panelist). Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Progress in Applying GIS Technology to Resource Sustainability. Congress on Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to the Sustainability of Renewable Natural Resources, Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson, WY; sponsored by the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland.

1996 Barnosky, A.D., E.A. Hadly, and C.J. Bell. Climatic Fluctuations and the Evolution of Mammal Communities. American Quaternary Association 14th Biennial Meeting, May 20-22, 1996, Program and Abstracts.

1994 Barnosky, A.D., A. Stephan, and A. Caldwell. Effects of mid-Miocene tectonism on the distribution of small mammals across the Basin and Range Province. Geological Society of America 1994 Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, p. A-522.

1993 Barnosky, A.D. Faunal response to glacial-interglacial transitions in the Western United States. Sixth International Theriological Congress, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Abstracts with Programs, p. 14.

1993 Barnosky, A.D., V.A. Schmidt, J. Zheng, and R. Nichols. Onset of Miocene crustal extension in southwest Montana, northwest Wyoming, and adjacent Idaho {abs.}. Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, vol. 25(5).

1992 Barnosky, A.D. Mammalian response to middle Pleistocene glacial-interglacial transitions in the high Rockies of Colorado. Joint Workshop on [Former] Soviet-American Quaternary Paleozoology, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois, October 23-27, 1992.

1992 Barnosky,. A. D. Comparison of middle Pleistocene and late Quaternary mammal faunas and climates in the high Colorado Rocky Mountains: New information from Porcupine Cave (Park Co., CO). {abst.} Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Rocky Mountain Section, Symposium on Cave Taphonomy and Stratigraphy, Abstracts with Program, pg. 2.

1989 Barnosky, A.D. Morphological response of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) to late Pleistocene community reorganization. {abs.} Fifth International Theriological Congress, Rome, Italy, Abstracts of Posters and Papers, pg. 2.

1989 Barnosky, A.D. Computerized Image Processing to study evolutionary tempo and mode. NSF Display, International Geological Congress, Washington, D.C.

1988 Barnosky, A.D. and D.W. Burbank. Correlation of Barstovian land-mammal age and magnetostratigraphy in the Yellowstone Valley, S.W. Montana. Symposium on Neogene Biostratigraphy of the northern Rocky Mountains, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (Rocky Mountain Section), Sun Valley, Idaho (May 16-18, 1988).

1988 Barnosky, A.D., W.J. LaBar, and C.W. Barnosky. Paleoenvironmental implications of Barstovian lake deposits, mammal fossils, and pollen from Hepburn's Mesa in the Yellowstone Valley, Park Co. Montana. Symposium on Neogene Biostratigraphy of the northern Rocky Mountains, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (Rocky Mountain Section), Sun Valley, Idaho (May 16-18, 1988).

1986 Barnosky, A.D. Evolution of mammals at the Quaternary time-scale. Symposium on Tempo and Mode in Evolution, Fourth North American Paleontological Convention (August 12-15,1986).

1986 Barnosky, A.D., C.W. Barnosky, A.C. Ashworth, and R.J. Nickmann. The Newton mammoth and associated paleoecology from Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Smith Symposium on Paleoecology of the Northeastern U.S., Buffalo, (N.Y.) Society of Natural Sciences (October 24-25, 1986).

Other Abstracts or Presentations at Professional Meetings

2010 Barnosky, A.D. Nicholas Matzke, Susumu Tomiya, Emily Lindsey, Guin Wogan. How present extinction rates compare with mass extinction rates: insights from mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Program and Abstracts Volume:57A.

2009 Barnosky, A. D. and E. A. Hadly. The path to the future: paleontology meets conservation biology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (Supp. 3):58A.

2009 Lindsey, E., Carrasco, M., Barnosky, A., Graham, R. 2009. Reassessing faunal dynamics during the Great American Biotic Interchange using updated data and adjustments for sampling biases Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (Supp. 3):135A.

2009 Lindsey, E. L. and A. D. Barnosky. 2009. Intra- and inter-continental patterns of extinction among South American Pleistocene mammals. International Biogeography Society. Merida, Mexico.

2009 Lindsey, E. L., and A. D. Barnosky. Late-Quaternary Extinctions of South American megamammals in relation to human dispersal and climate change. 10th International Mammalogical Congress (Mendoza, Argentina), Abstracts with Program, p. 343.

2008 Barnosky, A. D. Quaternary extinctions and the global tradeoff in megafauna biomass. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supp. 3):48A.

2008 Lindsey, E. and A. D. Barnosky, A. Timing of extinctions among late-Pleistocene megamammal taxa in South America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supp. 3):106A. 

2008 Carrasco, M. and Barnosky, A. D. Assessing the human impact on mammalian species diversity during the end-Pleistocene extinction: clues from the last 30 million years. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supp. 3):61A. 

2008 Blois, J., Hadly, E., McGuire, J. and Barnosky, A. D. Small mammal response to the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in northern California. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supp. 3):53A. 

2008 McGuire, J., Blois, J., Tomiya, S., Sherrod, B. and Barnosky, A. D. Quantifying the extent of time-averaging introduced by rodent bioturbation in mammal-bearing cenozoic sediments. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supp. 3):115A. 

2006 Barnosky, A. D. The role of paleontology in forecasting future ecological change. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (supp. 3):39A-40A.

2005 Barnosky, A. D., M. Carrasco, E. Davis, and Y. Tausczik. Removing the species-area effect from paleodiversity estimates. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25 (supp. 3).

2005 Barnosky, A. D. A cross-disciplinary view of late Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions on the continents. 10th Conference on Austalasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics and Quaternary Extinctions Symposium, Abstracts with Program, Naracoorte Caves National Park, p. 12.

2004 Carrasco, M. A.; A. D. Barnosky, E. B. Davis and Kraatz, B. P. Kraatz. Miocene mammal mapping project (MIOMAP): an online relational and spatial database of Miocene and late Oligocene fossil mammals. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5): 364. 

2004 Barnosky, A. D., E. B. Davis, and M. A. Carrasco. Tectonic activity, the species-area curve, and species richness of mammals in the Miocene of the Great Basin, USA. Conference Proceedings of the 32nd International Geological Congress, Florence, Italy. Scientific Sessions: abstracts (part 1) :161.

2004 Carrasco, M. A., A. D. Barnosky, A. D., E. B. Davis., and B. P. Kraatz. MIOMAP Revisited: a relational and spatial database of fossil mammals (Arikareean through Hemphillian) on the world wide web. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 24(3 supp.): 44A.

2004 Davis, E. B., A. D. Barnosky, and M. A. Carrasco. Effects of tectonic activity on beta diversity of mammals in the Miocene of the Basisn and Range Province, western USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 24(3 supp.): 50A.

2003 Barnosky, A. D. A balanced look at Pleistocene extinctions. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(Supplement to no. 3):32.

2002 Barnosky, A.D. Mammalian biodiversity response to middle Pleistocene climate change at Porcupine Cave Pit Locality, Colorado. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology [in press].

2001 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. Assessment of mammalian species richness in the northern Great Plains, northern Rocky Mountains, and Pacific Northwest during the early Arikareean. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(Supplement to no. 3):31A.

2001 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. MIOMAP: A relational and spatial database for research on evolution, ecology, and biogeography of Miocene mammals. PaleoBios 21(Supplement to no. 2):28-29.

2000 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. Effects of climatic and tectonic perturbations on mammalian communities. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48):F201.

2000 Barnosky, A.D. and M.A. Carrasco. MIOMAP: A GIS-linked database for assessing effects of environmental perturbations on mammal evolution and biogeography. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20 (Supplement to no. 3):28A.

2000 Carrasco, M.A. and A.D. Barnosky. MIOMAP, A GIS-linked database to assess the effects of tectonic and climatic changes on mammalian evolution. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program 32(7): A-15.

1999 Barnosky, A.D.Does Evolution Dance To The Red Queen Or The Court Jester? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19(Supplement to no. 3):31A.1998

1998 Barnosky, A.D. Age of the Mid-Tertiary Unconformity in the western Rocky Mountains and Miocene biogeography. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(Supplement to no. 3):26A.

1998 Barnosky, A.D. and E.H. Hadly. Effects of global climate change on mammalian communities: A prehistoric perspective. Yellowstone Science Special Supplement 6(2):26, Making a Place For Nature, Seeking Our Place in Nature, 125th Anniversary Symposium for Yellowstone National Park, May 11-23, 1998, Bozeman, MT.

1998 Barnosky, A.D. and A. V. Kociolek. The role of climate in limiting the biogeographic ranges of small mammals. Yellowstone Science Special Supplement 6(2):26, Making a Place For Nature, Seeking Our Place in Nature, 125th Anniversary Symposium for Yellowstone National Park, May 11-23, 1998, Bozeman, MT.

1998 Barnosky, A. D., E. A. Hadly, B. A. Maurer, and M. I. Christie. Historical constraints on temperate terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity in North and South America. American Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, September 3-6, 1998.

1998 Hadly, E. A., A. D. Barnosky, B. A. Maurer, and M. I. Christie. Ecological and evolutionary factors influencing biological diversity: A comparison of temperate terrestrial vertebrate faunas in North and South America (abstract). Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD.

1998 Hadly, E.A., A.D. Barnosky, B.A. Maurer, and M.I. Christie. Generation and maintenance of temperate terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity in North and South America. Yellowstone Science Special Supplement 6(2):35, Making a Place For Nature, Seeking Our Place in Nature, 125th Anniversary Symposium for Yellowstone National Park, May 11-23, 1998, Bozeman, MT.

1997 Kociolek, A.V. and A.D. Barnosky. Effects of climate on ground squirrel species distribution: a GIS approach. Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, Victoria, British Columbia.

1997 Scarrah, P., E. Guss, and Anthony D. Barnosky. Development of the Greater Yellowstone Area Data Clearinghouse (GYADC). 1997 GIS Montana/Idaho Conference. Bozeman, MT April 28-30, 1997.

1996 Barnosky, A.D. The Mountain Research Center. Montana NSF EPSCoR Annual Meeting, The Future of Science in Rural America, Flathead Lake, Montana, May 30-31, 1996. Poster Presentation.

1996 Barnosky, A.D. and Angela V. Kociolek. Effects of Climate on Mammalian Species Distribution. Montana NSF EPSCoR Annual Meeting, The Future of Science in Rural America, Flathead Lake, Montana, May 30-31, 1996. Poster Presentation.

1994 Barnosky, A.D. and C.J. Bell. Evolutionary relationships and implications of Irvingtonian arvicoline rodents from Porcupine Cave, Colorado. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 14(3):16A.

1994 Zheng, Jiangun, V.A. Schmidt, A.D. Barnosky, and W. Harbert. Magnetostratigraphy of a middle Miocene sedimentary sequence in Railroad Canyon, Idaho. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, North-Central Region, Baltimore.

1993 Barnosky, A.D. and E.A. Barnosky. Phylogeography of Miocene insectivores from intermontane basins of the northern Rocky Mountains. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13(Supplement to 3): 25A.

1992 Barnosky, A.D. Testing the effects of seasonality on mammalian community composition with a mid-Pleistocene fossil sequence in the Colorado Rockies {abs.}. Supplement to the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73(2):103-104.

1992 Barnosky, A.D. and D.W. Wood. Climatic conditions during Oxygen-isotope Stages 12 and 11 at high elevations (2900 m) in Park Co., Colorado. {abs.} American Quaternary Association 12th Biennial Meeting Program and Abstracts: 33.

1990 Barnosky, A.D. and Hu, Chang-kang. Genetic bottlenecks in Pere David's deer. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 50th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of Papers, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology l0:14A.

1989 Barnosky, A.D. Chronology and environment of Barstovian mammals in the northern Rockies, Montana/Wyoming. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 49th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of Papers, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9:12A.

1988 Barnosky, A.D. Computerized Image Processing to identify geographic and temporal dental variation in Microtus pennsylvanicus. American Quaternary Association 1988 Biennial Meeting.

1988 Hu Chang-kang, A.D. Barnosky, and C.W. Barnosky. Fossil history of Pere David's deer in the People's Republic of China. {abs.) Symposium on Asian Pacific Mammalogy, Beijing, July 1988.

1988 Barnosky, A.D. Digitized images sort geographic from temporal dental variation in Microtus pennsylvanicus. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 48th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of Papers, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8:8A.

1987 Barnosky, A.D. Taphonomy, paleoecology and extinction of Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus). XII International Congress of the International Union for Quaternary Research (Ottawa, Canada).

1987 Barnosky, A.D. and D.L. Rasmussen. Latest Irvingtonian mammals from a high-altitude cave in southwestern South Park, Colorado. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 47th Annual Meeting, Abstracts of Papers, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7 (Supplement to no. 3):lOA.

1986 Barnosky, A.D. Tempos and modes of mammalian evolution at the Quaternary time scale. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 46th Annual Meeting (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).

1985 Barnosky, A.D., and A.D. McCrady. Paleontological excavations at Trout Cave, Pendleton Co., West Virginia. National Speleological Society Convention (1985), Frankfort, Kentucky.

1985 Spencer, P.K., and A.D. Barnosky. Taphonomy of a Pleistocene vertebrate assemblage. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 17(7):723.

1985 Barnosky, A.D. Late Blancan microtine rodents from Jackson Hole, Wyoming-biostratigraphy and biogeography. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 45th Annual Meeting (Rapid City, South Dakota).

1984 Barnosky, A.D. Herd structure, big antlers, and death of Irish elk (Megaloceros giganteus). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 44th Annual Meeting (Berkeley California).

1983 Barnosky. A.D. The Colter Formation: Evidence for Miocene volcanism in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 15(5):332.

1983 Barnosky, A.D. Biostratigraphic and biogeographic implications of Arikareean, Hemingfordian, and Barstovian mammals from the Colter Formation, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 43rd Annual Meeting (Laramie, Wyoming).

1981 Barnosky, A.D. Functional morphology of a new family of insectivores: the proscalopid moles. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 41st Annual Meeting (Ann Arbor. Michigan).

1981 Barnosky, A.D. Geology and mammalian paleontology of Neogene strata in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. University of Wyoming--National Park Service Research Center Fifth Annual Report:3 pp.

1980 Barnosky, A.D. Biostratigraphic and biogeographic implications of Miocene mammals from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. University of Wyoming--National Park Service Research Center Fourth Annual Report:24-27.


Administrative Reports

1997 Barnosky, A.D. Montana State University Mountain Research Center: Progress Report and Endowment Prospectus. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

1997 Barnosky, A.D. Results of a Faculty and Student Survey Regarding the Performance of the Mountain Research Center. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

1996 Barnosky, A.D. Mountain Research Center Promotional Brochure. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

1996 Barnosky, A.D. Mountain Research Center Informational Brochure. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

1996 Barnosky, A.D. Mountain Research Center Recruitment Poster. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

1995 Barnosky, A.D. A Four-Year Plan for Developing the Mountain Research Center at Montana State University from July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1998. MRC, Bozeman. Published by Montana State University Mountain Research Center.

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