Books, Chapters, Reviews, Extended Abstracts

Publications are in reverse chronological order. Within the same year, they are sorted by the last name of the first author, then by number of authors, then by last name of the second author.

More information Croft, D.A. 2016. Horned Armadillos and Rafting Monkeys: the Fascinating Fossil Mammals of South America. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 320 pp. [ISBN: 978-0-253-02084-0]
Available online Charrier, R., J.J. Flynn, A.R. Wyss & D.A. Croft. 2015. Marco geológico-tectónico, contenido fosilífero y cronología de lo yacimientos cenozoicos pre-pleistocénicos de mamíferos terrestres fósiles de Chile; pp. 293-338 in D. Rubilar-Rogers, R. Otero, A. Vargas, and M. Sallaberry (eds.), Vertebrados Fósiles de Chile. Publicación Ocasional No. 63, Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Santiago, Chile.
Request review Croft, D.A. & R.K. Engelman. 2014. Early Miocene Paleobiology in Patagonia. High-latitude paleocommunities of the Santa Cruz Formation. [Book Review] Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34(1):237-238.
Charrier, R., D.A. Croft, J.J. Flynn, L. Pinto & A.R. Wyss. 2012. Mamíferos fósiles cenozoicos en Chile: Implicancias paleontológicas y tectónicas. Continuación de investigaciones iniciadas por Darwin en América del Sur; pp. 281-316 in A. Veloso and A. Spotorno (eds.), Evolución: Darwin y la Evolución: Avances en la Universidad de Chile. Editorial Universitaria, Universidad de Chile, Santiago.
Request chapter Croft, D.A. 2012. Punctuated isolation: the making and mixing of South America’s mammals; pp. 9-19 in B.D. Patterson and L.P. Costa (eds.), Bones, Clones, and Biomes: The History and Geography of Recent Neotropical Mammals. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Request chapter Flynn, J.J., R. Charrier, D.A. Croft & A.R. Wyss. 2012. Cenozoic Andean faunas: shedding new light on South American mammal evolution, biogeography, environments, and tectonics; pp. 51-75 in B.D. Patterson and L.P. Costa (eds.), Bones, Clones, and Biomes: The History and Geography of Recent Neotropical Mammals. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Request review Croft, D.A. 2011. The Beginning of the Age of Mammals in South America, Part III. [Review of The Paleontology of Gran Barranca: Evolution and Environmental Change through the Middle Cenozoic of Patagonia] Journal of Mammalian Evolution 18(3):215-216.
Request chapter Croft, D.A. 2008. Why do deer have antlers: fighting or display?; pp. 237-240 in M. Benton (ed.), The Seventy Great Mysteries of the Natural World. Thames & Hudson, London. [ISBN: 978-0-500-25143-0]
Abstract Croft, D.A., R. Charrier, J.J. Flynn & A.R. Wyss. 2008. Recent additions to knowledge of Tertiary mammals from the Chilean Andes. I Simposio Paleontología en Chile, Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Santiago. Libro de Actas 1:91-96.
Abstract Charrier, R., A. Chávez, S. Elgueta, G. Hérail, J.J. Flynn, D.A. Croft, A.R. Wyss & M. García. 2002. Rapid tectonic and paleogeographic evolution; the Chucal Anticline, Altiplano of Arica, northern Chile. Extended abstracts, Fifth International Symposium on Andean Geodynamics, Toulouse, France, pp. 137-140.
Abstract Charrier, R., G. Hérail, J.J. Flynn, R. Riquelme, M. García, D.A. Croft, & A. Wyss. 2000. El Cordón Chapiquiña-Belén en el borde occidental del Altiplano Chileno: significado paleogeográfico y contexto tectónico regional. IX Congreso Geológico Chileno, Puerto Varas, Chile, Actas 1, p. 763-767.
Request chapter Croft, D.A. 1999. Placentals: endemic South American ungulates; pp. 890–906 in R. Singer (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Paleontology. Fitzroy-Dearborn Publishers, Chicago, IL. [ISBN: 1884964966]
Abstract Charrier, R., G. Hérail, J.J. Flynn, R. Riquelme, M. García, D.A. Croft & A. Wyss. 1999. Opposite thrust-vergencies in the Precordillera and Western Cordillera in Northern Chile and structurally linked Cenozoic paleoenvironmental evolution. Abstracts, IV International Symposium on Andean Geodynamics, Göttingen, Germany, pp. 155-158.

 

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