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Dundas, Robert

College of Science and Mathematics » Department of Earth & Environmental Science
Anglen, J., Chatters, J., & Dundas, R.  (2011). Depositional Environment of Isolated Skeletal Elements from the Fairmead Landfill Locality (Pleistocene, Irvingtonian), Madera County, California.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 63.
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Asami, R., Ibarra, Y., Scott, E., & Dundas, R.  (2011). Equus from the Middle Irvingtonian Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 64.
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Bell, C., & Dundas, R.  (1993). Fossil lizards from Rancho La Brea in the collections of the University of California Museum of Paleontology.  New additions to the Pleistocene vertebrate record of California. Berkeley, CA: Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley.
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Dundas, R., Ibarra, Y., Asami, R., Ngo, M., & Canchola, J.  (2011). Fairmead Landfill, A Diverse Middle Irvingtonian Biota in California’s Central San Joaquin Valley.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 102.
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Dundas, R., McDonald, G., & Chatters, J.  (2010). Ground Sloths Megalonyx wheatleyi, Nothrotheriops shastensis and Paramylodon harlani from the middle Irvingtonian Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs. 42(5), 96.
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Dundas, R.  (2009). The Late Irvingtonian Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California: Partnership in Management and Research at the Local Level. Presented at Eighth Conference on Fossil Resources, St. George, Utah.
Dundas, R., Ibarra, Y., Harmsen, F., & Van de Water, P.  (2009). Bison cf. B. latifrons from the Late Pleistocene Broach Locality, Fresno, California.  Current Research in the Pleistocene. 149-151.
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Dundas, R.  (2007). The Late Pleistocene Vertebrate Fauna from the Merrell Locality, Beaverhead County, Montana. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Dundas, R.  (2007). Did Interspecific Competition with the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Cause the Extinction of the Dire Wolf (Canis dirus)?. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Dundas, R.  (2005). The Late Pleistocene Vertebrate Fauna.  The Merrell Locality (24BE1659) & Centennial Valley, Southwest Montana: Pleistocene geology, paleontology & prehistoric archaeology. (pp.79-90) Billings, Mont.: BLM Montana State Office].
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Dundas, R.  (2005). Heron Lumber Company, Flathead Indian Reservation Logging Operations 1917-1930.  Tall Timber Short Lines. 12-28.
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Dundas, R., Staebler, A., Frech, K., & Blades, D.  (2000). Stratigraphic Positions of Marine Reptile and Dinosaur Specimens within the Late Cretaceous Portion of the Moreno Formation, Panoche Hills, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Dundas, R.  (1999). Quaternary records of the dire wolf, Canis dirus, in North and South America.  Boreas. 28(3), 375-385.
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Dundas, R., & Blades, D.  (1999). The Fairmead Landfill Locality (Pleistocene, Irvingtonian), Madera County, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Dundas, R., Smith, R., & Verosub, K.  (1996). Fairmead Landfill Locality (Pleistocene, Irvingtonian), Madera County, California: Preliminary Report and Significance.  The Uses of vertebrate fossils in biostratigraphic correlation. Berkeley, CA: Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley.
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Dundas, R., Hill, C., & Batten, D.  (1996). Late Pleistocene Fauna from the Merrell Locality, Centennial Valley, Montana: Summary of the Vertebrate Remains from the 1994 and 1995 Excavations.  Current Research in the Pleistocene. 103-105.
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Dundas, R.  (1994). The Fairmead Landfill Fauna: A Late Irvingtonian Fauna from Western Madera County, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Dundas, R., & Cunningham, L.  (1993). Harlan's Ground Sloth (Glossotherium harlani) and Columbian Mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) from Stevenson Bridge, Yolo County, California.  New additions to the Pleistocene vertebrate record of California. Berkeley, CA: Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley.
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Dundas, R.  (1993). Berkeley paleontologist pictures landfill 200,000 years ago.  Madera Tribune. pp. 6b-7b.
Dundas, R., & Long, D.  (1993). New additions to the Pleistocene vertebrate record of California.  Berkeley, CA: Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley.
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Dundas, R.  (1992). A Scimitar Cat (Homotherium serum) From the Late Pleistocene Merrell Locality, Southwestern Montana.  PaleoBios. 14(1), 9-12.
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Dundas, R.  (1992). The Demise of the Late Pleistocene Dire Wolf (Canis dirus): Implications for Assessing Carnivore Extinctions.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 12(3), 27A-28A.
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Dundas, R.  (1991). A Late Pleistocene Occurrence of Equus and Camelops hesternus From the Flint Creek Area, Western Montana.  PaleoBios. 13(51), 7-11.
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Dundas, R.  (1990). Paleontology and Geology of the Late Pleistocene Hoover Creek Terrace, Granite and Powell Counties, Montana.  Northwest Geology. 31-37.
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Dundas, R.  (1990). The Merrell Locality: A Late Pleistocene Fauna From Southwestern Montana.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs. 22(6), 8-9.
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Dundas, R., Harmsen, F., & Wakabayashi, J.  Mammuthus and Camelops from Pleistocene Strata along the Caltrans State Route 180 West Project, Fresno, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs.
Ibarra, Y., Dundas, R., Harmsen, F., & Van de Water, P.  (2009). Late Pleistocene Bison cf. B. latifrons from Fresno, California with Comments on the Age of the Upper Unit of the Modesto Formation. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs.
Kottachchi, N., Ibarra, Y., & Dundas, R.  (2011). Camelops from the Middle Pleistocene (Middle Irvingtonian) Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 139.
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Kottachchi, N., Canchola, J., & Dundas, R.  Platygonus cf. P. vetus from the Middle Pleistocene (Late Irvingtonian) Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs.
Ngo, M., Canchola, J., & Dundas, R.  (2011). Avifaunas of the Middle Pleistocene Irvington and Fairmead Landfill Localities in California.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 166.
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Ngo, M., Canchola, J., & Dundas, R.  (2010). Avifauna of the middle Irvingtonian Fairmead Landfill Locality, Madera County, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
O'Gara, B., & Dundas, R.  (2002). Distribution: Past and Present.  North American Elk: Ecology and Management. (pp.67-119) Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
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Polly, P., Dundas, R., & Lawing, M.  (2011). Standing Up to Climate Change: Community Locomotor Ecomorphology and Paleoenvironment in the Plio-Pleistocene.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 175.
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Tovar, D., & Dundas, R.  (2009). California State University, Fresno and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans): Collaboration in Paleontological Resource Assessment and Impact Mitigation. Presented at Eighth Conference on Fossil Resources, St. George, Utah.
Tovar, D., Canchola, J., & Dundas, R.  (2008). Columbian Mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) from the late Irvingtonian Fairmead Landfill locality, Madera County, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.
Trayler, R., & Dundas, R.  (2009). Rancho La Brea Mastodons, Are They Smaller Than Mammut Found Elsewhere in the United States?. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs.
Trayler, R., & Dundas, R.  (2009). American Mastodon (Mammut americanum) in the Rancho La Brea Collection of the University of California Museum of Paleontology.  Current Research in the Pleistocene. 184-186.
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