Lab member publications

Loughney, K. M., & Badgley, C. 2020. The influence of depositional environment and basin history on the taphonomy of mammalian assemblages from the Barstow Formation (Middle Miocene), California. Palaios 35(4): 175-190.

Loughney, K., & Hardy, F. 2020. Fossil-bearing facies of extensional basins: Examples from the Miocene Barstow and Dove Spring formations, Mojave region, California. In Miller, D.M., (ed.), Changing Facies: The 2020 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings, p. 60–67.

Wang, B., & Secord, R. 2020. Paleoecology of Aphelops and Teleoceras (Rhinocerotidae) through an interval of changing climate and vegetation in the Neogene of the Great Plains, central United States. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 452: 109411.

Loughney, K. M., Hren, M. T., Smith, S. Y., & Pappas, J. L. 2019. Vegetation and habitat change in southern California through the Middle Miocene Climatic Optimum: paleoenvironmental records from the Barstow Formation, Mojave Desert, USA. GSA Bulletin DOI: 10.1130/B35061.1.

Smiley, T. M., Hyland, E. G., Cotton, J. M., & Reynolds, R. E. 2018. Early evidence of C4 grasses, precipitation variability, and faunal response during the Miocene Climatic Optimum in the Mojave region. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 490: 415-430.

Loughney, K. M., & Badgley, C. 2017. Facies, environments, and fossil preservation in the Barstow Formation, Mojave Desert, California. Palaios 32(6): 396-412.

Domingo, M. S., Domingo, L., Abella, J., Valenciano, A., Badgley, C., & Morales, J. 2016. Feeding ecology and habitat preferences of top predators from two Miocene carnivore-rich assemblages. Paleobiology 42: 489-507.

Smiley, T. M., Cotton, J. M., Badgley, C., & Cerling, T. 2015. Small-mammal isotope ecology tracks climate and vegetation gradients across western North America. Oikos 125: 1100-1109.

Loughney, K. M., & Smith, S. Y. 2015. Phytoliths of the Barstow Formation through the middle Miocene Climatic Optimum: preliminary findings. In Reynolds, R.E., (ed.), Mojave Miocene: The 2015 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings, California State University Desert Studies Consortium, p. 51-58. PDF

Smiley, T. M., Hyland, E. G., & Cotton, J. M. 2015. Approaches for reconstructing paleoenvironment in the Cajon Valley and Crowder formations, southern California. In Reynolds, R.E., (ed.), Mojave Miocene: The 2015 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings, California State University Desert Studies Consortium, p. 251-258.

Domingo, M. S., Badgley, C., Azanza, B., DeMiguel, D., & Alberdi, M. T. 2014. Diversification of mammals from the Miocene of Spain. Paleobiology 40: 196-220.

Cable, R. N. 2013. Oh, Behave: When Wildlife Behavior Matters in Conservation. Michigan Journal of Sustainability 1: 171-178. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/mjs.12333712.0001.013

Domingo, L., Koch, P. L., Hernández Fernández, M., Fox, D. L., Domingo, M. S., & Alberdi, M. T. 2013. Late Neogene and early Quaternary paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic conditions in southwestern Europe: isotopic analyses on mammalian taxa. PLOS One 8(5). PDF

Domingo, M. S., Alberdi, M. T., Azanza, B., Silva, P. G., & Morales, J. 2013. Origin of an assemblage massively dominated by carnivorans from the Miocene of Spain. PLOS One 8(5). PDF

Domingo, M. S., Domingo, L., Badgley, C., Sanisidro, O., & Morales, J. 2013. Resource partitioning among top predators in a Miocene food web. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 1750.

Shi, J. J., Chan, L. M., Rakotomalala, Z., Heilman, A. M., Goodman, S. M., & Yoder, A. D. 2013. Latitude drives diversification in Madagascar’s endemic dry forest rodent, Eliurus myoxinus (sub-family Nesomyinae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110(3): 500-517.

Cambra-Moo, O., Barroso-Barcenilla, F., Berreteaga, A., Carenas, B., Coruña, F., Domingo, L., Domingo, M. S., Elvira, A., Escaso, F., Ortega, F., Pérez-García, A., Peyrot, D., Sanz, J. L. Segura, M., Sopelana, A., & Torices, A. 2012. Preliminary taphonomic approach to ‘Lo Hueco’ paleontological site (Upper Cretaceous, Cuenca, Spain). Geobios 45: 157-166.

Domingo, M. S., Sánchez, I. M., Alberdi, M. T., Azanza, B., & Morales, J. 2012. Evidence of predation/scavenging on Moschidae (Mammalia, Ruminantia) from the Late Miocene of Spain. Lethaia 45: 386-400.

Domingo, M. S., Alberdi, M. T., Azanza, B., & Morales, J. 2012. Mortality patterns and skeletal physical condition of the carnivorans from the Miocene assemblage of Batallones-1 (Madrid Basin, Spain). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen 265: 131-145.

Domingo, M. S., Domingo, L., Sánchez, I. M., Alberdi, M. T., Azanza, B., & Morales, J. 2011. New insights on the taphonomy of the exceptional mammalian fossil sites of Cerro de los Batallones (Late Miocene; Spain) based on Rare Earth Element geochemistry. Palaios 26: 55-65.

Domingo, M. S., Alberdi, M. T., & Azanza, B. 2007. A new quantitative biochronological ordination for the Upper Neogene mammalian localities of Spain. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 255: 361-376.