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IN PRESS




IN REVIEW


  1. Roberts EM, Meng J, Sertich JJW, Clarke JA, Lamanna MC, Gorscak E, O’Connor PM, MacPhee RDE (in review) Latest Cretaceous and ?earliest Paleogene paleoecosystems of Vega Island, James Ross Basin, Antarctica: stratigraphy, fossils, and implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

  2. van der Geer AAE, Lyras GA, MacPhee RDE, Lomolino M, Drinia H (in review) Mortality patterns in Late Pleistocene Cretan deer. American Museum Novitates



IN PREPARATION


  1. O’Connor P, MacPhee RDE, Krause D, Stevens N (in preparation) Mammal from Middle Cretaceous Galula Formation, Tanzania

  2. Zazula GD, MacPhee RDE, Metcalfe JZ, Brock F, Drukenmiller PS, Harington CR, Hodgins G, Longstaffe F, Mann DH, Nalawade-Chavan S, Southon J (in preparation) Local mastodon extirpation in Eastern Beringia predates human colonization and terminal Pleistocene climate change.

  3. MacPhee RDE, Schouten P (in preparation) Hugest, Fiercest, Strangest: The Remarkable Diversity and Untimely End of the World’s Prehistoric Megafauna

* Articles, chapters, books, and websites appear in this list; published abstracts (since 2000) are listed under a separate heading. Papers in the continuing series “Origin of the Antillean Land Mammal Fauna” are denoted by the acronym OALMF + sequence number. For AMNH scientific publications available as pdfs, go to http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/



SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLISHED CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS (SINCE 2000)

  1. Greenwood AD, Lee F, Capelli C, DeSalle R, Tikhonov A, Marx PA, MacPhee RDE (2000) Nuclear DNA of the woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius). Abstract with program, 5th Intl Ancient DNA Conf, 12-14 July 2000, Manchester UK

  2. MacPhee RDE, Flemming C, Portell R, Domning D (2000) New fossil mammals from the Cenozoic of Jamaica. Abstract with Program, 60th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 20 (suppl): 55A

  3. MacPhee RDE (2002) The Wrangel date gap and widespread megafaunal collapse in northern Asia during the early Holocene. Abstract Book and Program, American Quaternary Association Annual Meeting, University of Alaska, Anchorage, August 7-14 2002

  4. MacPhee RDE, Greenwood A (2003) Tempo and mode in late Quaternary mammalian extinctions: extirpations and reappearances in northern Asia. Abstract Book and Program, “Impacts of late Quaternary climate change on western Arctic shelf lands: insights from the terrestrial record,” University of Alaska, Fairbanks, May 22 2003

  5. MacPhee RDE (2003) The Wrangel date gap and other evidence of widespread megafaunal collapse in northern Asia during the early Holocene. Abstract Book and Program, 3rd International Mammoth Conference, Dawson, Yukon, May 24-29 2003.

  6. MacPhee RDE, Greenwood A (2003) Genetic evidence for the collapse and transient recovery of muskox (Ovibos) in late Quaternary Taimyr Siberia. Abstract Book and Program, International Quaternary Association Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada, July 25 2003

  7. MacPhee RDE (2004) Repeated megafaunal collapse and recovery in northern Asia during the Plesitocene/Holocene transition. Abstract with Program, 64th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 24 (3 suppl): 86A

  8. MacPhee RDE and Flemming C (2005) Supernumerary tusks in a Recent African elephant. Abstract with Program, 2nd Intl World of Elephants Congress, Mammoth Site, South Dakota, Sept 22-25 2005

  9. MacPhee RDE (2005) A paleontological reconaissance of Banks Island, Arctic Archipelago (Northwest Territories Canada). Abstract with Program, 2nd Intl World of Elephants Conference, Mammoth Site, South Dakota, Sept 22-25 2005: 93-95

  10. MacPhee RDE, Steadman D, Martin P (2005) Significance of asynchronous sloth extinctions on continents and islands during the late Quaternary. Abstracts of Papers, 65th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 25 (3 suppl): 87A

  11. Miller W, Poinar H, Shapiro B, Schwartz C, Lindblad-Toh K, Lander E, MacPhee R, Huson D, Schuster S (2006) Metagenomics to paleogenomics: a mammoth bone sample. Abstract Book and Program, “Biology of Genomes,” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, May 10-14 2006

  12. MacPhee RDE (2006) Relevance of vertebrate paleobiogeography to Caribbean paleogeography. In Mann P, Peterson L, Droxler A (convenors) “Tectonics, Circulation, and Climate in the Caribbean Gateway,” JOI/USSP-sponsored IODP Workshop, Abstract Book with Agenda, University of Texas at Austin, March 30-April 1 2006

  13. MacPhee RDE (2006) Genes, bones, and megafaunal collapse: how genomics is revolutionizing our understanding of late Quaternary extinctions. Department of Geology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX, April 3, 2006.

  14. MacPhee RDE (2006) Updating GAARlandia: landspans, portals, and fossils. In Glor R et al. (convenors) “Biological Diversification on the West Indian Archipelago,” NESCent-sponsored Catalysis Workshop, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, July 7-9 2006.

  15. Poinar H, Schwartz C, MacPhee RDE, Miller W, Schuster S (2006). Mammoth metagenomics: new technologies, new insights, new possibilities. Abstracts of Papers, 66th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 26 (3 suppl): 110A.

  16. Arnold LJ, Roberts RG, MacPhee RDE, Willerslev E. (2006). Optical dating of permafrost sedimentary sequences associated with Holocene woolly mammoth remains in western Beringia. In Li S-H et al. (eds), 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Luminescence Dating, University of Hong Kong, 23–26 October 2006, Abstracts, p7.

  17. Roberts RG, Arnold LJ, Demuro M, Froese DG, MacPhee RDE (2007) Optical dating of perennially-frozen sediments in western and eastern Beringia: luminescence characteristics and chronologies, comparisons with independent age estimates, and implications for integrity of sedimentary DNA records. Abstracts with Program, CANQUA Biennial Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, June 4-8 2007.

  18. Bover P, MacPhee RDE 2007. Variability in the femur of Elasmodontomys obliquus and its bearing on the status of Tainotherium valei. Libro de resúmenes, VII Simposio Internacional de Zoología, Topes de Collantes (Sancti Spíritus, Cuba), p119-120.




  1. MacPhee RDE, Wyatt KB, Greenwood AD, Gilbert MTP, Hynes W (2007) Hyperdisease redux: introduced trypanosomiasis and extinction of endemic murines on Christmas Island. Abstracts of Papers, 67th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 27 (3 suppl): 109A.

  2. MacPhee RDE, Reguero M, Strganac C, Nishida Y, Jacobs L (2008) Out of Antarctica: Paleontological reconaissance of Livingston Island (South Shetlands) and Seymour Island (James Ross Group). Abstracts of Papers, 68th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 28 (3 suppl): 110A

  3. Strganac C, Nishida Y, Jacobs L, Hooker J, MacPhee RDE (2008) Cretaceous carbon isotope values from the Cerro Negro Formation, Antarctica. Abstracts of Papers, 68th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 28 (3 suppl): 64A

  4. MacPhee RDE (2008) Austral portals and the paleobiogeography of Antarctic land mammals. Abstracts of Papers, Annual Meeting Geological Society of America 40 (6): 331 [invited podium presentation]

  5. Bininda-Emonds O, MacPhee RDE (2009) Bones versus genomes: just when did placental mammals really evolve? 69th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol, J Vert Paleontol 28 (3 suppl): xxxA

  6. Arnold LJ, Roberts RG, Demuro M, MacPhee RDE, Froese DG, Brock F, Willerslev E (2010) Dirt, dates and DNA: Single-grain OSL and radiocarbon chronologies of perennially-frozen sediments, and their implications for sedimentary ancient DNA studies. EGU2010, Geophysical Research Abstracts 12: 12319

  7. MacPhee RDE, Willerslev E, Roberts R, Froese D, Haile J (2010) American megafaunal extinctions, environmental DNA, and the continuing search for a cause. Program & Abstracts of Papers, 70th Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol: 126A

  8. Bond M, Kramarz A, MacPhee RDE, Reguero MA (2010) A new astrapothere (Mammalia, Meridiungulata) from La Meseta Formation, Seymour (Marambio) Island, and a reassessment of previous records of Antarctic astrapotheres. Abstracts of Papers, XXI SCAR Open Science Conference, Buenos Aires.

  9. MacPhee RDE (2010) Austral portals and the paleobiogeography of Antarctic land mammals. Austral Portals Workshop, August 17-19, Stony Brook University at Southampton.

  10. Arnold LJ, Roberts RG, Demuro M, MacPhee RDE, Froese DG, Brock F (2010) Single-grain OSL and radiocarbon chronologies of perennially-frozen sediments: implications for sedimentary ancient DNA studies. Abstracts of Papers, Annual Meeting Geological Society of America (31 October- 3 November, 2010, Denver, CO).

  11. Strganac C, Jacobs L, MacPhee RDE, Fiorillo A, Ferguson K, Hooker J, Nishida Y, Flemming C (2010) Latitudinal variation in d13 derived from terrestrial plants during the Cretaceous. Abstracts, Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, 13-17 December, San Francisco.

  12. MacPhee RDE (2011) The Cretaceous-Paleogene vertebrate record of Antarctica: What’s been found, what it means, and where to look next. 11th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 10-16 (plenary presentation)

  13. MacPhee RDE et al. (2011) New fossil vertebrate discoveries from the Late Cretaceous of James Ross and Vega Islands, West Antarctica. 11th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 10-16

  14. MacPhee RDE, Enk J, Poinar H, Fisher D (2011) The complete mitogenome of the Columbian mammoth, with evidence for Columbian/woolly mammoth interbreeding in North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program & Abstracts 2012, xxxA (71st Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol)

  15. Claeson K, Eastman J, MacPhee RDE (2011) What the hake? New specimen of fossil gadiform from the Eocene of Seymour Island. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program & Abstracts 2012, xxxA (71st Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol)

  16. MacPhee RDE, Iturralde-Vinent M (2012) How and when did land vertebrates reach the Greater Antilles? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program & Abstracts 2012, 132A (72nd Ann Meet Soc Vert Paleontol) (invited symposium presentation)


EPONYMOUS TAXA

Microgale macpheei (in: Goodman S et al. [2007] Description of a new species of subfossil shrew tenrec (Afrosoricida: Tenrecidae: Microgale) from cave deposits in southeastern Madagascar. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 120: 367-376)

Tragomys macpheei (in: Agusti J, Bover P, Alcover JA (2012) A new genus of endemic cricetid (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the late Neogene of Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32: 722-726
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