Tom Goodwin scientific publications (since 2000)

REFEREED TECHNICAL PAPERS PUBLISHED AS JOURNAL ARTICLES (Student co-authors marked †)

  • 2012–Goodwin, H. T., and K. Bullock†. Estimates of body mass for fossil giant ground squirrels, genus Paenemarmota. Journal of Mammalogy 93:1169-1177.
  • 2012–Kisser, B†., and H. T. Goodwin. Hibernation and overwinter body temperatures in free-ranging thirteen-lined ground squirrels, Ictidomys tridecemlineatus. American Midland Naturalist 167:396–409.
  • 2009–Goodwin, H. T.  Odontometric patterns in the radiation of extant ground-dwelling squirrels within Marmotini (Sciuridae: Xerini).  Journal of Mammalogy 90:1009–1019.
  • 2008–Martin, R. A., P. Peláez-Camponanes, J. G. Honey, D. L. Fox, R. J. Zakrzewski, E. H. Lindsay, N. D. Opdyke, and H. T. Goodwin.  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.
  • 2006–Goodwin, H. T., and E. M. Ryckman†.  Lower incisors of prairie dogs (Cynomys) as biorecorders of hibernation and season of death.  Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1002-1012.
  • 2005––Goodwin, H. T., G. R. Michener, D. Gonzalez†, and C. E. Rinaldi.  Hibernation is recorded in lower incisors of Recent and fossil ground squirrels (Spermophilus).  Journal of Mammalogy, 86:323-332.
  • 2004—Barnosky, A. D., C. J. Bell, S. D. Emslie, H. T. Goodwin, J. I. Mead, C. A. Repenning, E. Scott, and A. B. Shabel.  Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101:9297-9302.
  • 2002—Martin, R. A., J. G. Honey, P, Peláeaz-Camponames, H. T. Goodwin, J. A. Baskin, and R. J. Zakrzewski.  Late Blancan lagomorphs and rodents of the Deer Park assemblages, Meade County, Kansas.  Journal of Paleontology, 76:1072-1090.
  • 2002—Goodwin, H. T.  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.
  • 2002—Martin, R. A., H. T. Goodwin, and J. O. Farlow.  Rodents from the Late Cenozoic Pipe Creek Sinkhole, Grant County, Indiana.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22:137-151.
  • 2001—Goodwin, H. T., and D. Gonzalez†.  Hibernation in a Pleistocene ground squirrel (Spermophilus)?  Current Research in the Pleistocene, 19:99-101.
  • 2000—Brand, L. R., H. T. Goodwin, P. D. Ambrose, and H. P. Buchheim.  Taphonomy of turtles in the middle Eocene Bridger Formation, SW Wyoming.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:171-189.
  • 2000—Buchheim, H. P., L. R. Brand, and H. T. Goodwin.  Deposition of a lacustrine to fluvial floodplain lithofacies association in the Eocene Bridger Formation.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:191-209.

REFEREED TECHNICAL PAPERS PUBLISHED AS BOOK CHAPTERS

  • 2008–Goodwin, H. T.  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.
  • 2004—Goodwin, H. T.  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.
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