Paleobiology & paleoecology publications

Badgley, C., Smiley, T.M., & Cable, R. 2018. Mountains, climate and mammals, in Hoorn, C., Perrigo, A., & Antonelli, A. (eds.), Mountains, Climate and Biodiversity, Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons, p. 201-216.

Badgley, C., Smiley, T.M., Terry, R., Davis, E.B., DeSantis, L.R.G., Fox, D.L., Hopkins, S.B., Jezkova, T., Matocq, M.D., Matzke, N., McGuire, J.L., Mulch, A., Riddle, B.R., Roth, V.L., Samuels, J.X., Stromberg, C.A.E., & Yanites, B.J., 2017. Biodiversity and topographic complexity: Modern and geohistorical perspectives. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32(3): 211-226. PDF

Badgley, C., Domingo, M.S., Barry, J.C., Morgan, M.E., Flynn, L.J., & Pilbeam, D. 2016. Continental gateways and the dynamics of mammalian faunas. Comptes Rendus Palevol 15: 763-779.

Badgley, C., Smiley, T.M., & Loughney, K. 2015. Miocene mammal diversity of the Mojave region in the context of Great Basin mammal history, in Reynolds, R.E. (ed.), Mojave Miocene: The 2015 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings, California State University Desert Studies Constortium, p. 34-43.

Badgley, C., & Finarelli, J. A. 2013. Diversity dynamics of mammals in relation to tectonic and climatic history: comparison of three Neogene records from North America. Paleobiology 39(3): 373-399. 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: Biological Sciences 280(1750).

Rose, P. J., Fox, D. L., Marcot, J., & Badgley, C. 2011. Flat latitudinal gradient in Paleocene mammal richness suggests decoupling of climate and biodiversity. Geology 39(2): 163-166.

Finarelli, J.A., & Badgley, C. 2010. Diversity dynamics of Miocene mammals in relation to the history of tectonism and climate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277: 2721-2726.

Bennington, J. B., Dimichele, W. A., Badgley, C., Bambach, R. K., Barrett, P. M., Behrensmeyer, A. K., … & Wing, S. L. 2009. Critical issues of scale in paleoecology. Palaios 24(1): 1-4.

Morgan, M. E., Behrensmeyer, A. K., Badgley, C., Barry, J. C., Nelson, S., & Pilbeam, D. 2009. Lateral trends in carbon isotope ratios reveal a Miocene vegetation gradient in the Siwaliks of Pakistan. Geology 37(2): 103-106.

Badgley, C., Barry, J. C., Morgan, M. E., Nelson, S. V., Behrensmeyer, A. K., Cerling, T. E., & Pilbeam, D. 2008. Ecological changes in Miocene mammalian record show impact of prolonged climatic forcing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(34): 12145-12149. PDF

Badgley, C., Nelson, S., Barry, J., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Cerling, T. 2005. Testing models of faunal turnover with Neogene mammals from Pakistan. In Lieberman, D.E., et al. eds., Interpreting the past: Essays on human, primate, and mammal evolution in honor of David Pilbeam. Boston Brill Academic Press, Inc p. 29-46.

Nelson, S., Badgley, C., & Zakem, E. 2005. Microwear in modern squirrels in relation to diet. Palaeontologia Electronica 8(1), 1-15. http://palaeo-electronica.org/2005_1/nelson14/issue1_05.htm

Badgley, C. 2003. The multiple scales of biodiversity. Paleobiology 29(1): 11-13. PDF

Barry, J. C., Morgan, M. E., Flynn, L. J., Pilbeam, D., Behrensmeyer, A. K., Raza, S. M., … & Kelley, J. 2002. Faunal and environmental change in the late Miocene Siwaliks of northern Pakistan. Paleobiology 28(sp3): 1-71. PDF

Badgley, C., Downs, W., & Flynn, L. J. 1998. Taphonomy of small-mammal fossil assemblages from the middle Miocene Chinji formation, Siwalik group, Pakistan. In Tomida, Y. et al. eds, Advances in vertebrate paleontology and geochronology. National Science Museum Monographs, Tokyo 14: 125-166.

Badgley, C., & Behrensmeyer, A. K. 1995. Two long geological records of continental ecosystems. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 115(1): 1-11.

Badgley, C., Bartels, W. S., Morgan, M. E., Behrensmeyer, A. K., & Raza, S. M. 1995. Taphonomy of vertebrate assemblages from the Paleogene of northwestern Wyoming and the Neogene of northern Pakistan. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 115(1): 157-180.

Badgley, C., & Behrensmeyer, A.K. 1995. Preservational, paleoecological and evolutionary patterns in the Paleogene of Wyoming-Montana and the Neogene of Pakistan. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 115(1): 319-340.

Morgan, M. E., Badgley, C., Gunnell, G. F., Gingerich, P. D., Kappelman, J. W., & Maas, M. C. 1995. Comparative paleoecology of Paleogene and Neogene mammalian faunas: body-size structure. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 115(1): 287-317.

Behrensmeyer, A. K., Hook, R. W., Badgley, C. E., Boy, J. A., Chapman, R. E., Dodson, P., Gastaldo, R. A., Graham, R. W., Martin, L. D., Olsen, P. E., Spicer, R. A., Taggart, R. E., & Wilson, M. V. H. 1992. Paleoenvironmental contexts and taphonomic modes. In: Terrestrial ecosystems through time: evolutionary paleoecology of terrestrial plants and animals. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Inc p. 15-136.

Badgley, C., & Tauxe, L. 1990. Paleomagnetic stratigraphy and time in sediments: studies in alluvial Siwalik rocks of Pakistan. The Journal of Geology 98: 457-477.

Badgley, C., & Gingerich, P. D. 1988. Sampling and faunal turnover in early Eocene mammals. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 63(1): 141-157.

Badgley, C., Guoqin, Q., Wanyong, C., & Defen, H. 1988. Paleoecology of a Miocene, tropical upland fauna: Lufeng, China. National Geographic Research 4(2): 178-195.

Smith, G. R., Stearley, R. F., & Badgley, C. E. 1988. Taphonomic bias in fish diversity from Cenozoic floodplain environments. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 63(1): 263-273.

Tauxe, L., & Badgley, C. 1988. Stratigraphy and remanence acquisition of a palaeomagnetic reversal in alluvial Siwalik rocks of Pakistan. Sedimentology 35(4): 697-715.

Badgley, C., Tauxe, L., & Bookstein, F. L. 1986. Age interpolation (reply). Nature 323: 471-472.

Badgley, C. 1986. Taphonomy of mammalian fossil remains from Siwalik rocks of Pakistan. Paleobiology 12(2): 119-142.

Badgley, C. 1986. Counting individuals in mammalian fossil assemblages from fluvial environments. Palaios 1: 328-338.

Badgley, C. 1984. The paleoenvironment of South Asian Miocene hominoids. The evolution of the East Asian environment 2: 796-811.

Badgley,C., Kelley, J., Pilbeam, D., & Ward, S. 1984. The paleobiology of South Asian Miocene hominoids. In: The People of South Asia. Springer US. Inc p. 3-28.