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Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient

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Published by Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tennessee,
  • Baker Bluff Cave.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleontology -- Pleistocene.,
    • Glacial epoch -- Tennessee -- Baker Bluff Cave.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 65-67.

      StatementJohn E. Guilday ... [et al.], with contributions by Charles H. Faulkner, Frederick C. Hill, George H. Van Dam.
      SeriesBulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History ; no. 11, Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History ;, no. 11.
      ContributionsGuilday, John E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE741.2 .B34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination67 p. :
      Number of Pages67
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4443942M
      LC Control Number79105634

        The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Google ScholarCited by: The Baker Bluff Cave Deposit, Tennessee, and the Late Pleistocene Faunal Gradient. Carnegie Museum of Natural History, , Bulletin, , 16 figures and .

      One of the longest running debates in ecology is whether chance or determinism structures biotic communities, and this question is often studied by looking for the presence or absence of community inertia (lack of change) over time or space. Results have been equivocal. We adopted three tactics for a fresh approach: (i) allowing the answer to vary with the geographic, temporal, and taxonomic Cited by: Faunal remains were obtained by waterscreening samples of stratified cave and rockshelter deposits through hardware cloth (ca. mm mesh). Numerous remains larger than mm were retained for identification and potential interpretation. However, only Microtus dentition from Holocene contexts is considered here.

      Full text of "Contributions in quaternary vertebrate paleontology: a volume in memorial to John E. Guilday" See other formats. The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient. Bulletin Carnegie Museum Natural Hist 67 pp. From Outer Space to Inner Space. National Speleological Society, Convention Guide Book, Huntsville, pp Semken, Jr., H. A., Paleoecology of a Late Wisconsinan/Holocene micromamal sequence in.


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The Baker Bluff Cave Deposit, Tennessee, and the Late Pleistocene Faunal Gradient,Bulletin,16 figures and 17 tables. Paperback – January 1, Author: J. et al. Guilday.

THE BAKER BLUFF CAVE DEPOSIT, TENNESSEE, AND THE LATE PLEISTOCENE FAUNAL GR ADIENT Paperback – January 1, by J. et al. Guilday (Author), Drawings (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: J. et al. Guilday. The Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient John E.

Guilday [et al.], with contributions by Charles H. Faulkner, Frederick C. Hill, George H. Van Dam. Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient [] Guilday, John E. The Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient by,Carnegie Museum of Natural History edition, in EnglishPages: The Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient.

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Title. The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradientCited by: The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient Vol Page 1 Revision of the Antillean bats of the genus Brachyphylla (Mammalia: Phyllostomatidae).

Bibliography of Paul W. Parmalee. The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late. A late Pleistocene avifauna from northwestern Ala-bama.

Sci. Ser. Baker Bluff Cave Deposit, Tennessee and the Late Pleistocene Faunal Gradient. John E. Guilday, Harold W. Hamilton, Elaine Anderson, Paul W. Parmalee. Ntural History,1. PA: Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. (tDAR id: )Cited by: Baker Bluff Cave Deposit, Tennessee and the Late Pleistocene Faunal Gradient @inproceedings{GuildayBakerBC, title={Baker Bluff Cave Deposit, Tennessee and the Late Pleistocene Faunal Gradient}, author={John E.

Guilday and Harold W. Hamilton and Elaine M. Anderson and Paul W. Parmalee}, year={} }. In addition to the remains identified at Bell Cave, late Pleistocene remains of Freshwater Drum have been identified from site ACb-3 (this study) and Dust Cave (Walker, ) in Alabama, and Baker Bluff (Guilday et al., ) and Cheek Bend (Dickinson, ) caves in Tennessee (see Table 1).

Late Pleistocene fauna from Zesch Cave, Mason County, Texas The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient and a small zebrine horse are recognized from. AMS 14 C analysis of Late Pleistocene non-analog faunal components from 21 cave deposits in southeastern North America.

P.W. ParmaleeThe Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient. Carnegie Museum of Natural History Bulletin, 11 (), pp.

Cited by:   The history of taxonomic identification of faunal remains began with researchers learning which anatomical traits were taxonomically diagnostic; this required the creation of reference collections of skeletons of known taxonomy.

The Baker Bluff cave deposit, Tennessee, and the Late Pleistocene faunal gradient. Carnegie Museum of Natural Cited by: 2. Differentiating Microtus xanthognathus and Microtus pennsylvanicus Lower First Molars Using Discriminant Analysis of Landmark Data The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal by: Fossil Record.

Fossil remains of N. magister are numerous from several Pleistocene cave deposits in Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia (Gidley and Gazin; Guilday et al., ; Richards).The oldest remains are from middle Pleistocene deposits at Cumberland Cave, Maryland, and Trout Cave, West Virginia (Kurtén and.

Since Eldredge and Gould () first wrote about “punctuated equilibrium” as a pattern for the history of life, three factions have appeared among evolutionary theorists. One faction favors the picture of punctuated equilibrium (Eldredge and Gould, ; Gould and Eldredge, ; Gould,; Stanley, ).Cited by: The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient.

Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. ; – Guilday, Hamilton & Parmalee () Guilday JE, Hamilton HW, Parmalee PW. Caribou (Rangifer tarandus L.) from the Pleistocene of by: 2.

Late Pleistocene fishes of the Tennessee River Basin: an analysis of a late Pleistocene freshwater fish fauna from Bell Cave (site ACb-2) in Colbert County, Alabama, USA The Baker Bluff Cave deposit, Tennessee, and the late Pleistocene faunal gradient.

Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. ; – Guilday, Hamilton Cited by: 2.R.A. Martin, R.H. PrinceVariation and evolutionary trends in the dentition of late Pleistocene Microtus pennsylvanicus from three levels in Bell Cave, Alabama Historical Biology, 4 (), pp.

Cited by: Late Pleistocene Faunas and Environments. All of the other known Pleistocene faunas from the Balcones fault zone are Wisconsinan in age.

All of the available radiocarbon dates are younger t years B.P. Most of the material is from cave deposits but some material has been recovered from terrace deposits.