Paul S. Martin

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Quaternary Extinctions

The University of Arizona Press

"What caused the extinction of so many animals at or near the end of the Pleistocene? Was it overkill by human hunters, the result of a major climatic change or was it just a part of some massive evolutionary turnover? Questions such as these have plagued scientists for over one hundred years and are still being heatedly debated today.

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The Last 10,000 Years

A Fossil Pollen Record of the American Southwest

The University of Arizona Press
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Packrat Middens

The Last 40,000 Years of Biotic Change

The University of Arizona Press
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The Road to El Cielo

Mexico's Forest in the Clouds

University of Texas Press
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Gentry's Rio Mayo Plants

The University of Arizona Press

The Río Mayo region of northwestern Mexico is a major geographic area whose natural history remains poorly known to outsiders. Lying in a region where desert and tropical, northern and southern, and continental and coastal species converge, it boasts an abundance of flora first documented by Howard Scott Gentry in 1942 in a book now ...

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