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2018

Waters, C.N., Zalasiewicz, J., Summerhayes, C., Fairchild, I.J., Rose, N.L., Loader, N.J., Shotyk, W., Cearreta, A., Head, M.J., Syvitski, J.P.M., Williams, M., Wagreich, M., Barnosky, A.D., An, Z., Leinfelder, R., Jeandel, C., Gałuszka, A., Ivar do Sul, J.A., Gradstein, F., Steffen, W., McNeill, J.R., Wing, S., Poirier, C., Edgeworth, M. 2018. A Global Boundary Stratotype Sections and Points (GSSPs) for the Anthropocene Series: Where and how to look for a potential candidate. Earth-Science Reviews 178:379-429,  doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.12.016. Download a reprint

2017

Anthony D. Barnosky, Elizabeth A. Hadly, Patrick Gonzalez, Jason Head, P. David Polly, A. Michelle Lawing, Jussi T. Eronen, David D. Ackerly¶, Ken Alex, Eric Biber, Jessica Blois, Justin Brashares, Gerardo Ceballos, Edward Davis, Gregory P. Dietl, Rodolfo Dirzo, Holly Doremus, Mikael Fortelius, Harry Greene, Jessica Hellmann, Thomas Hickler, Stephen T. Jackson, Melissa Kemp, Paul L. Koch, Claire Kremen, Emily L. Lindsey, Cindy Looy, Charles R. Marshall, Chase Mendenhall, Andreas Mulch, Alexis M. Mychajliw, Carsten Nowak, Uma Ramakrishnan, Jan Schnitzler, Kashish Das Shrestha, Katherine Solari, Lynn Stegner, M. Allison Stegner, Nils Chr. Stenseth, Marvalee H. Wake, Zhibin Zhang. 2017. Merging Paleontology With Conservation Biology to Guide the Future of Terrestrial Ecosystems. Science 355(6325):eaah4787. Download a reprint

Zalasiewicz, J., Waters, C.N., Summerhayes, C., Wolfe, A.P., Barnosky, A.D., Cearreta, A., Crutzen, P., Ellis, E.C., Fairchild, I.J., Gałuszka, A., Haff, P., Hajdas, I., Head, M.J., Ivar do Sul, J., Jeandel, C., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J.R., Neal, C., Odada, E., Oreskes, N., Steffen, W., Syvitski, J.P.M., Wagreich, M., Williams, M. 2017. The Working Group on the 'Anthropocene':  Summary of evidence and interim recommendations. Anthropocene Vol. 19, 55-60. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ancene.2017.09.001 Download a reprint

2016

Anthony D. Barnosky, Paul R. Ehrlich and Elizabeth A. Hadly. 2016. Avoiding collapse: Grand challenges for science and society to solve by 2050.  Elementa DOI: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000094, https://elementascience.org/articles/94. Read the entire special issue

Steffen, W, Leinfelder, R, Zalasiewicz, J, Waters, C N, Williams, M, Summerhayes, C, Barnosky, A D, Cearreta, A, Crutzen, P, Edgeworth, M, Ellis, E C, Fairchild, I J, Galuszka, A., Grinevald, J, Haywood, A, Ivar do Sul, J, Jeandel, C, McNeill, J R, Odada, E, Oreskes, N, Revkin, A, Richter, D deB., Syvitski, J, Vidas, D, Wagreich, M, Wing, S L, Wolfe, A P. and Schellnhuber, H J. 2016. Stratigraphic and Earth System Approaches to Defining the Anthropocene. Earth’s Future. DOI: 10.1002/2016EF000379. Download a reprint

Zalasiewicz, J, Waters, C N, Wolfe, A P, Barnosky, A D, Cearreta, A, Edgeworth, M, Ellis, E C, Fairchild, I J, Gradstein, F M, Grinevald, J, Haff, P, Head, M J, Ivar do Sul, J, Jeandel, C, Leinfelder, R, McNeill, J R, Oreskes, N, Poirier, C, Revkin, A, Richter, D. deB, Steffen, W, Summerhayes, C, Syvitski, J P M, Vidas, D, Wagreich, M, Wing, S, Williams, M. 2017. Making the case for a formal Anthropocene Epoch:  an analysis of ongoing critiques. Newsletters on Stratigraphy Vol. 50/2, 205-226. Download a reprint

Anthony D. Barnosky, Emily L. Lindsey, Natalia A. Villavicencio, Enrique Bostelmann, Elizabeth A. Hadly, James Wanket, Charles R. Marshall, 2016. Variable Impact of Late-Quaternary Megafaunal Extinction in Causing Ecological State Shifts in North and South America. Proceedings of the USA National Academy of Sciences 113:856-861 www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1505295112. Download a reprint

Zalasiewicz, J., Williams, M., Waters, C.N., Barnosky, A.D., Palmesino, J., Rönnskog, A-S, Edgeworth, M. and Neal, C. Cearreta, A., Ellis, E.C, Grinevald, J., Haff, P., Ivar do Sul, J.A., Jeandel, C., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J.R., Odada, E., Oreskes, N., Price, S.J., Revkin, A., Steffen, W., Summerhayes, C., Vidas, D., Wing, S. and Wolfe A.P. 2016. Scale and diversity of the physical technosphere: a geological perspective. The Anthropocene Review Vol 4, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 22. DOI: 10.1177/2053019616677743 Download a reprint

Mark Williams, Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin N. Waters, Matt Edgeworth, Carys Bennett, Anthony D. Barnosky, Erle C. Ellis, Michael A. Ellis, Alejandro Cearreta, Peter K. Haff, Juliana A. Ivar do Sul, Reinhold Leinfelder, John R. McNeill, Eric Odada, Naomi Oreskes, Andrew Revkin, Daniel deB Richter, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, James P. Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Scott L. Wing, Alexander P.Wolfe, and An Zhisheng. 2016. The Anthropocene: a conspicuous stratigraphical signal of anthropogenic changes in production and consumption across the biosphere. Earth’s Future 4 doi:10.1002/2015EF000339. (American Geophysical Union). Download a reprint

Barnosky, Anthony D. and Teenie Matlock (co-lead authors), Jon Christensen, Hahrie Han, Jack Miles, Ronald E. Rice, LeRoy Westerling and Lisa White, 2016. Chapter 9. Establishing Common Ground: Finding Better Ways to Communicate About Climate Disruption. Collabra, 2(1): 23, pp. 1–20, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/collabra.68 Download a reprint

Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin N. Waters, Juliana Ivar do Sul, Patricia L. Corcoran, Anthony D. Barnosky, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Catherine Jeandel, Reinhold Leinfelder, J.R. McNeill, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, Michael Wagreich, Mark Williams, Alexander P. Wolfe, and Yasmin Yonan, 2016. The geological cycle of plastics and their use as a stratigraphic indicator of the Anthropocene.  Anthropocene 13:4–17.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ancene.2016.01.002. Download a reprint

Colin N. Waters, Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin Summerhayes, Anthony D. Barnosky, Clément Poirier, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Erle C. Ellis, Michael Ellis, Catherine Jeandel, Reinhold Leinfelder, J. R. McNeill, Daniel deB. Richter, Will Steffen, James Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Mark Williams, An Zhisheng, Jacques Grinevald, Eric Odada, Naomi Oreskes and Alexander P. Wolfe, 2016. The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene. Science 351:137, http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.aad2622. Download a reprint

Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Juliann Allison, Maximilian Auffhammer, David Auston, Anthony D. Barnosky, Lifang Chiang, William D. Collins, Steven Davis, Fonna Forman, Susanna B. Hecht, Daniel Kammen, C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell, Teenie Matlock, Daniel Press, Doug Rotman, Scott Samuelsen , Gina Solomon, David G. Victor, Byron Washom, 2015. Executive Summary of the Report, Bending the Curve: 10 scalable solutions for carbon neutrality and climate stability.  University of California Office of the President, October 27, 2015 (Oakland, CA), 44 pp.  

Anthony D. Barnosky and Elizabeth A. Hadly. Tipping Point for Planet Earth Thomas Dunne/St Martins Press, ~270 pp, to be published April 2016 in the USA.  [Basically the same book as End Game that was published in the UK in 2015]. Order the book

Natalia A. Villavicencio, Emily L. Lindsey, Fabiana M. Martin, Luis A. Borrero, Patricio I. Moreno, Charles R. Marshall and Anthony D. Barnosky. 2016. Combination of humans, climate, and vegetation change triggered Late Quaternary megafauna extinction in the Última Esperanza region, southern Patagonia, Chile. Ecography 39:125-140. Download a reprint

2015

Anthony D. Barnosky and Elizabeth A. Hadly. 2015. End Game: Tipping Point for Planet Earth? HarperColllins, London, 264 pp. Order the book

Charles R. Marshall, Emily L. Lindsey, Natalia Villavicencio and Anthony D. Barnosky. 2015. A quantitative model for distinguishing between climate change, human impact, and their synergistic interaction as drivers of the late-quaternary megafaunal extinctions. In press, In P.D. Polly, J.J. Head, and D.L. Fox (eds.),  Earth-Life Transitions: Paleobiology in the Context of Earth System Evolution. The Paleontological Society Papers 21. Yale Press, New Haven, CT. Download a reprint

Anthony D. Barnosky, 2015.Transforming the global energy system is required to avoid the sixth mass extinction. Materials Research Society Energy and Sustainability: A Review Journal doi:10.1557/mre.2015.11. Download a reprint

Gerardo Ceballos, Paul R. Ehrlich, Anthony D. Barnosky, Andrés García, Robert M. Pringle and Todd M. Palmer.  2015. Accelerated modern human–induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction. Science Advances 19 Jun 2015: Vol. 1, no. 5, e1400253, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1400253. Download a reprint

Colin N. Waters, James P. M. Syvitski, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Gary J. Hancock, Jan Zalasiewicz, Alejandro Cearreta, Jacques Grinevald, Catherine Jeandel, J. R. McNeill, Colin Summerhayes, and Anthony Barnosky. 2015. Can nuclear weapons fallout mark the beginning of the Anthropocene Epoch? Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 71(3) 46–57. Download a reprint

Mark Williams, Jan Zalasiewicz, PK Haff, Christian Schwägerl, Anthony D Barnosky, and Erle C Ellis. 2015. The Anthropocene biosphere. The Anthropocene Review 2053019615591020, first published on June 18, 2015 as doi:10.1177/2053019615591020 Download a reprint

Members of the Anthropocene Working Group: Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin N Waters, Anthony D Barnosky, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Erle C Ellis, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Philip L Gibbard, Jacques Grinevald, Irka Hajdas, Juliana Ivar do Sul, Catherine Jeandel, Reinhold Leinfelder, JR McNeill, Clément Poirier, Andrew Revkin, Daniel deB Richter, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, James PM Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Mark Williams, and Alexander P Wolfe. 2015. Colonization of the Americas, ‘Little Ice Age’ climate, and bomb-produced carbon: Their role in defining the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene Review August 2015 2: 117-127, first published on May 29, 2015 doi:10.1177/2053019615587056 Download a reprint

Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin N. Waters, Mark Williams, Anthony D. Barnosky, Alejandro Cearreta, Paul Crutzen, Erle Ellis, Michael A. Ellis, Ian J. Fairchild, Jacques Grinevald , Peter K. Haff, Irka Hajdas, Reinhold Leinfelder, John McNeill, Eric O. Odada, Clement Poirier, Daniel Richter, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, James P.M. Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Scott L. Wing, Alexander P. Wolfe, An Zhishengw, Naomi Oreskes. 2015. When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal.  Quaternary International (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2014.11.045 (early online edition).

Jan Zalasiewicz ,Colin N. Waters, Anthony D. Barnosky, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Erle C. Ellis, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Philip L. Gibbard, Jacques Grinevald, Irka Hajdas, Catherine Jeandel, Reinhold Leinfelder, John R. McNeill, Clément Poirier Andrew Revkin, Daniel deB. Richter, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, James Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Alexander P. Wolfe. 2015. Disputed start dates for Anthropocene. Nature 520:436. Download a reprint

2014

Anthony D. Barnosky. 2014. Dodging Extinction: Power, Food, Money, and the Future of Life on Earth, UC Press, 240 pgs. Order the book

Anthony D Barnosky, Michael Holmes, Renske Kirchholtes, Emily Lindsey, Kaitlin C Maguire, Ashley W Poust, M Allison Stegner, Jun Sunseri, Brian Swartz, Jillian Swift, Natalia A Villavicencio and Guinevere OU Wogan. 2014. Prelude to the Anthropocene: Two new North American Land Mammal Ages (NALMAS). The Anthropocene Review 1(3): 225–242. Download a reprint

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 Chr Stenseth and Marvalee H Wake. 2014. Introducing the Scientific Consensus on Maintaining Humanity’s Life Support Systems in the 21st Century: Information for Policy Makers. The Anthropocene Review 1(1): 78–109. Download a reprint

Anthony D Barnosky and Elizabeth A Hadly. 2014. Problem solving in the Anthropocene, The Anthropocene Review 1(1):76-77. Download a reprint

Anthony D Barnosky, Elizabeth A Hadly, Rodolfo Dirzo, Mikael Fortelius, and Nils Chr Stenseth. 2014. Translating science for decision makers to help navigate the Anthropocene.  The Anthropocene Review, 1(2):160-170. Download a reprint

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

Prior to 2014

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 Oreolagus: Bulletin 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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