Brian Kraatz
Brian Kraatz
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Western University of Health Sciences
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The placental mammal ancestor and the post–K-Pg radiation of placentals
MA O'Leary, JI Bloch, JJ Flynn, TJ Gaudin, A Giallombardo, NP Giannini, ...
Science 339 (6120), 662-667, 2013
8392013
Miocene mammal mapping project (MIOMAP)
MA Carrasco, BP Kraatz, EB Davis, AD Barnosky
University of California Museum of Paleontology, 2005
852005
Tectono-climatic implications of Eocene Paratethys regression in the Tajik basin of central Asia
B Carrapa, PG DeCelles, X Wang, MT Clementz, N Mancin, M Stoica, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 424, 168-178, 2015
552015
Eocene–Oligocene transition in Central Asia and its effects on mammalian evolution
BP Kraatz, JH Geisler
Geology 38 (2), 111-114, 2010
442010
The role of climatic change in the evolution of mammals
AD Barnosky, BP Kraatz
Bioscience 57 (6), 523-532, 2007
412007
New fossil ratite (Aves: Palaeognathae) eggshell discoveries from the Late Miocene Baynunah Formation of the United Arab Emirates, Arabian Peninsula
F Bibi, AB Shabel, BP Kraatz, TA Stidham
Palaeontologia Electronica 9 (1), 1-13, 2006
392006
The L eporid D atum: a late M iocene biotic marker
LJ Flynn, AJ Winkler, M Erbaeva, N Alexeeva, U Anders, C Angelone, ...
Mammal Review 44 (3-4), 164-176, 2014
312014
Early evidence for complex social structure in Proboscidea from a late Miocene trackway site in the United Arab Emirates
F Bibi, B Kraatz, N Craig, M Beech, M Schuster, A Hill
Biology Letters 8 (4), 670-673, 2012
272012
The Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (MIOMAP): an online database of Arikareean through Hemphillian fossil mammals
MA Carrasco, AD Barnosky, BP Kraatz, EB Davis
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 2007 (39), 183-188, 2007
222007
A new species of Gomphos (glires, Mammalia) from the Eocene of the Erlian Basin, Nei Mongol, China
J Meng, BP Kraatz, Y Wang, X Ni, DL Gebo, KC Beard
American Museum Novitates 2009 (3670), 1-11, 2009
172009
Diversity in the later Paleogene proboscidean radiation: a small barytheriid from the Oligocene of Dhofar Governorate, Sultanate of Oman
ER Seiffert, S Nasir, A Al-Harthy, JR Groenke, BP Kraatz, NJ Stevens, ...
Naturwissenschaften 99 (2), 133-141, 2012
122012
Central Asian aridification during the late Eocene to early Miocene inferred from preliminary study of shallow marine-eolian sedimentary rocks from northeastern Tajik Basin
X Wang, B Kraatz, J Meng, B Carrapa, P Decelles, M Clementz, ...
Science China Earth Sciences 59 (6), 1242-1257, 2016
112016
Evolutionary patterns in the dentition of Duplicidentata (Mammalia) and a novel trend in the molarization of premolars
BP Kraatz, J Meng, M Weksler, C Li
PloS one 5 (9), e12838, 2010
112010
Gomphos ellae, a new mimotonid from the middle Eocene of Mongolia and its implications for the origin of Lagomorpha
BP Kraatz, D Badamgarav, F Bibi
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (2), 576-583, 2009
112009
Ecological correlates to cranial morphology in Leporids (Mammalia, Lagomorpha)
BP Kraatz, E Sherratt, N Bumacod, MJ Wedel
PeerJ 3, e844, 2015
92015
Evolutionary morphology of the rabbit skull
B Kraatz, E Sherratt
PeerJ 4, e2453, 2016
62016
A new fossil thryonomyid from the Late Miocene of the United Arab Emirates and the origin of African cane rats
BP Kraatz, F Bibi, A Hill, M Beech
Naturwissenschaften 100 (5), 437-449, 2013
62013
Structural and seismic-reflection evidence for development of the Simpson Ridge anticline and separation of the Hanna and Carbon Basins, Carbon County, Wyoming
BP Kraatz
Rocky Mountain Geology 37 (1), 75-96, 2002
62002
Barstovian ochotonids from Hepburn's Mesa, Park County, Montana, with comments on the biogeography and phylogeny of Oreolagus
BP KRAATZ, AD BARNOSKY
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 2004 (36), 121-136, 2004
52004
Geology of Simpson Ridge, Carbon County, Wyoming
BP Kraatz
University of Wyoming, 2001
12001
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