Tom Goodwin: Publications

Refereed Papers († indicates student author)

  1. Goodwin HT and Bullock K† (2012). Estimates of body mass for fossil giant ground squirrels, genus Paenemarmota. Journal of Mammalogy 93:1169-1177.
  2. Kisser B† and Goodwin HT (2012). Hibernation and overwinter body temperatures in free-ranging thirteen-lined ground squirrels, Ictidomys tridecemlineatus. American Midland Naturalist 167:396–409.
  3. Goodwin HT (2009). Odontometric patterns in the radiation of extant ground-dwelling squirrels within Marmotini (Sciuridae: Xerini).  Journal of Mammalogy 90:1009–1019.
  4. Martin RA, Peláez-Camponanes P, Honey JG, Fox DL, Zakrzewski RJ, Lindsay EH, Opdyke ND and Goodwin HT (2008). Rodent community change at the Pliocene–Pleistocene transition in southwestern Kansas and identification of the Microtus immigration event on the Central Great Plains.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 267:196–207.
  5. Goodwin HT and Ryckman EM† (2006). Lower incisors of prairie dogs (Cynomys) as biorecorders of hibernation and season of death.  Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1002-1012.
  6. Goodwin HT, Michener GR, Gonzalez D† and Rinaldi CE (2005). Hibernation is recorded in lower incisors of Recent and fossil ground squirrels (Spermophilus).  Journal of Mammalogy, 86:323-332.
  7. Barnosky AD, Bell CJ, Emslie SD, Goodwin HT, Mead JI, Repenning CA, Scott E and Shabel AB (2004). Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101:9297-9302.
  8. Martin RA, Honey JG, Peláeaz-Camponames P, Goodwin HT, Baskin JA, and Zakrzewski RJ (2002). Late Blancan lagomorphs and rodents of the Deer Park assemblages, Meade County, Kansas.  Journal of Paleontology, 76:1072-1090.
  9. Goodwin HT (2002). Spermophilus elegans (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from the middle Pleistocene of Colorado and the origin of the Spermophilus richardsonii group.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22:182-185.
  10. Martin RA, Goodwin HT, and Farlow JO (2002). Rodents from the Late Cenozoic Pipe Creek Sinkhole, Grant County, Indiana.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22:137-151.
  11. Goodwin HT and Gonzalez D† (2001). Hibernation in a Pleistocene ground squirrel (Spermophilus)?  Current Research in the Pleistocene, 19:99-101.
  12. Brand LR, Goodwin HT, Ambrose PD and Buchheim HP (2000). Taphonomy of turtles in the middle Eocene Bridger Formation, SW Wyoming.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:171-189.
  13. Buchheim HP, Brand LR and Goodwin HT (2000). Deposition of a lacustrine to fluvial floodplain lithofacies association in the Eocene Bridger Formation.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:191-209.
  14. Goodwin HT (1998). Supernumerary teeth in Pleistocene, Recent, and hybrid individuals of the Spermophilus richardsonii complex (Sciuridae).  Journal of Mammalogy, 79:1161-1169.
  15. Goodwin HT (1995). Systematic revision of fossil prairie dogs with descriptions of two new species.  University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous Publications, 86:1-38.
  16. Goodwin HT (1995). Pliocene-Pleistocene biogeographic history of prairie dogs, genus Cynomys (Sciuridae).  Journal of Mammalogy, 76:100-122.
  17. Goodwin HT and Hayes FE† (1994). Morphologically derived ground squirrels from the Borchers Local Fauna, Meade County, Kansas, with a redescription of ?Spermophilus cragini.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 14:278-291.
  18. Goodwin HT (1993). Subgeneric identification and biostratigraphic utility of late Pleistocene prairie dogs (Cynomys, Sciuridae) from the Great Plains.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 38:105-110.
  19. Goodwin HT (1990). A large white-tailed prairie dog, Cynomys (Leucocrossuromys), from the Pleistocene of Kansas.  Current Research in the Pleistocene, 7:107-109.
  20. Goodwin HT and Reynolds RE (1989). Late Quaternary Sciuridae from Kokoweef Cave, San Bernardino County, California.  Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 88:21-32.
  21. Goodwin HT (1989). Marmota flaviventris from the central Mojave Desert of California: biogeographic implications.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 34:284-287.
  22. Goodwin HT (1989). Late Pleistocene small cricetids in the central Mojave Desert, California.  Current Research in the Pleistocene, 6:65-66.
  23. Goodwin HT and Reynolds RE (1989). Late Quaternary Sciuridae from low elevations in the Mojave Desert, California.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 34:506-512.

Book Chapters

  1. Goodwin HT (2008). Sciuridae.  Pp. 355-376, in: Evolution of Tertiary mammals of North America, volume 2 (C. Janis, G. Gunnell, M. Uhen, eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U. K.
  2. Goodwin HT (2004). Systematics and faunal dynamics of fossil squirrels (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from Porcupine Cave, Park County, Colorado.  Pp. 172-192, in: Biodiversity response to climate change in the middle Pleistocene (A. D. Barnosky, ed.).  University of California Press, Berkeley.
  3. Goodwin HT (1993). Patterns of dental variation and evolution in prairie dogs, genus Cynomys.  Pp. 107-133, in: Morphological change in Quaternary mammals of North America (R. E. Martin and A. D. Barnosky, eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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