Philip D. Gingerich
Philip D. Gingerich
Professor Emeritus, Paleontology, University of Michigan
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Correlation between isotope records in marine and continental carbon reservoirs near the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary
PL Koch, JC Zachos, PD Gingerich
Nature 358 (6384), 319-322, 1992
Rates of evolution: effects of time and temporal scaling
PD Gingerich
Science 222 (4620), 159-161, 1983
Allometric scaling in the dentition of primates and prediction of body weight from tooth size in fossils
PD Gingerich, BH Smith, K Rosenberg
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 58 (1), 81-100, 1982
Cranial anatomy and evolution of early Tertiary Plesiadapidae (Mammalia, Primates).
PD Gingerich
Yale University, 1974
New earliest Wasatchian mammalian fauna from the Eocene of northwestern Wyoming: composition and diversity in a rarely sampled high-floodplain assemblage
PD Gingerich
Museum of Paleontology, The University of Michigan, 1989
Origin of whales from early artiodactyls: hands and feet of Eocene Protocetidae from Pakistan
PD Gingerich, M Haq, IS Zalmout, IH Khan, MS Malkani
Science 293 (5538), 2239-2242, 2001
Environment and evolution through the Paleocene–Eocene thermal maximum
PD Gingerich
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (5), 246-253, 2006
Size variability of the teeth in living mammals and the diagnosis of closely related sympatric fossil species
PD Gingerich
Journal of Paleontology, 895-903, 1974
Quantification and comparison of evolutionary rates
PD Gingerich
American Journal of Science 293 (A), 453-478, 1993
Paleontology and phylogeny; patterns of evolution at the species level in early Tertiary mammals
PD Gingerich
American Journal of Science 276 (1), 1-28, 1976
Origin of whales in epicontinental remnant seas: new evidence from the early Eocene of Pakistan
PD Gingerich, NA Wells, DE Russell, SMI Shah
Science 220 (4595), 403-406, 1983
Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic mammals of North America: biostratigraphy and geochronology
MO Woodburne
Columbia University Press, 2004
Hind limbs of Eocene Basilosaurus: evidence of feet in whales
PD Gingerich, BH Smith, EL Simons
Science 249 (4965), 154-157, 1990
Evidence for rapid climate change in North America during the latest Paleocene thermal maximum: oxygen isotope compositions of biogenic phosphate from the Bighorn Basin (Wyoming)
HC Fricke, WC Clyde, JR O'Neil, PD Gingerich
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 160 (1-2), 193-208, 1998
Rapid Asia–Europe–North America geographic dispersal of earliest Eocene primate Teilhardina during the Paleocene–Eocene thermal maximum
T Smith, KD Rose, PD Gingerich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (30), 11223-11227, 2006
Global change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary: climatic and evolutionary consequences of tectonic events
DK Rea, JC Zachos, RM Owen, PD Gingerich
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 79 (1-2), 117-128, 1990
Mammalian community response to the latest Paleocene thermal maximum: an isotaphonomic study in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
WC Clyde, PD Gingerich
Geology 26 (11), 1011-1014, 1998
Rates of evolution on the time scale of the evolutionary process
PD Gingerich
Microevolution rate, pattern, process, 127-144, 2001
Mammalian responses to climate change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary: Polecat Bench record in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
PD Gingerich
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 463-478, 2003
First North American land mammal ages of the Cenozoic era
JD Archibald, WA Clemens, PD Gingerich, DW Krause, EH Lindsay, ...
Cenozoic Mammals of North America: Geochronology and Biostratigraphy, 24-76, 1987
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