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Philip D. Gingerich
Philip D. Gingerich
Professor Emeritus, Paleontology, University of Michigan
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Correlation between isotope records in marine and continental carbon reservoirs near the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary
PL Koch, JC Zachos, PD Gingerich
Nature 358 (6384), 319-322, 1992
7581992
Rates of evolution: effects of time and temporal scaling
PD Gingerich
Science 222 (4620), 159-161, 1983
5321983
Allometric scaling in the dentition of primates and prediction of body weight from tooth size in fossils
PD Gingerich, BH Smith, K Rosenberg
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 58 (1), 81-100, 1982
4861982
Cranial anatomy and evolution of early Tertiary Plesiadapidae (Mammalia, Primates).
PD Gingerich
Yale University, 1974
4721974
New earliest Wasatchian mammalian fauna from the Eocene of northwestern Wyoming: composition and diversity in a rarely sampled high-floodplain assemblage
PD Gingerich
Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan, 1989
4421989
Origin of whales from early artiodactyls: hands and feet of Eocene Protocetidae from Pakistan
PD Gingerich, M Haq, IS Zalmout, IH Khan, MS Malkani
Science 293 (5538), 2239-2242, 2001
4142001
Environment and evolution through the Paleocene–Eocene thermal maximum
PD Gingerich
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (5), 246-253, 2006
3322006
Size variability of the teeth in living mammals and the diagnosis of closely related sympatric fossil species
PD Gingerich
Journal of Paleontology, 895-903, 1974
3201974
Quantification and comparison of evolutionary rates
PD Gingerich
American Journal of Science 293 (A), 453, 1993
3041993
Paleontology and phylogeny; patterns of evolution at the species level in early Tertiary mammals
PD Gingerich
American Journal of Science 276 (1), 1-28, 1976
3041976
Origin of whales in epicontinental remnant seas: new evidence from the early Eocene of Pakistan
PD Gingerich, NA Wells, DE Russell, SMI Shah
Science 220 (4595), 403-406, 1983
2861983
Evidence for rapid climate change in North America during the latest Paleocene thermal maximum: oxygen isotope compositions of biogenic phosphate from the Bighorn Basin (Wyoming)
HC Fricke, WC Clyde, JR O'Neil, PD Gingerich
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 160 (1-2), 193-208, 1998
2691998
Hind limbs of Eocene Basilosaurus: evidence of feet in whales
PD Gingerich, BH Smith, EL Simons
Science 249 (4965), 154-157, 1990
2651990
Rapid Asia–Europe–North America geographic dispersal of earliest Eocene primate Teilhardina during the Paleocene–Eocene thermal maximum
T Smith, KD Rose, PD Gingerich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (30), 11223-11227, 2006
2622006
Mammalian community response to the latest Paleocene thermal maximum: an isotaphonomic study in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
WC Clyde, PD Gingerich
Geology 26 (11), 1011-1014, 1998
2431998
Global change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary: climatic and evolutionary consequences of tectonic events
DK Rea, JC Zachos, RM Owen, PD Gingerich
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 79 (1-2), 117-128, 1990
2431990
Mammalian responses to climate change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary: Polecat Bench
PD Gingerich
Causes and Consequences of Globally Warm Climates in the Early Paleogene …, 2003
2252003
Rates of evolution on the time scale of the evolutionary process
PD Gingerich
Microevolution rate, pattern, process, 127-144, 2001
2222001
3. Paleocene biochronology: The Puercan through Clarkforkian land mammal ages
DL Lofgren, JA Lillegraven, WA Clemens, PD Gingerich, TE Williamson
Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic mammals of North America, 43-105, 2004
2102004
First North American land mammal ages of the Cenozoic era
JD Archibald, WA Clemens, PD Gingerich, DW Krause, EH Lindsay, ...
Cenozoic Mammals of North America: Geochronology and Biostratigraphy, 24-76, 1987
2101987
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