Paul Schultz Martin

University of Arizona University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
"Paul Martin"
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Brook BW, Bowman DMJS, Burney DA, et al. (2007) Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on "A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation" by S. Wroe and J. Field Quaternary Science Reviews. 26: 560-564
Donlan CJ, Martin PS, Roemer GW. (2007) Lessons from land: Present and past signs of ecological decay and the overture to earth's sixth mass extinction Whales, Whaling, and Ocean Ecosystems. 14-26
Josh Donlan C, Berger J, Bock CE, et al. (2006) Pleistocene rewilding: an optimistic agenda for twenty-first century conservation. The American Naturalist. 168: 660-81
Martin PS. (2006) Green mansions of Tamaulipas Journal of the Southwest. 48: 115-188
Donlan J, Greene HW, Berger J, et al. (2005) Re-wilding North America Nature. 436: 913-914
Steadman DW, Martin PS, MacPhee RD, et al. (2005) Asynchronous extinction of late Quaternary sloths on continents and islands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 11763-8
Donlan CJ, Martin PS. (2004) Role of Ecological History in Invasive Species Management and Conservation Conservation Biology. 18: 267-269
Jull AJT, Iturralde-Vinent M, O'Malley JM, et al. (2004) Radiocarbon dating of extinct fauna in the Americas recovered from tar pits Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section B: Beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms. 223: 668-671
Steadman DW, Martin PS. (2003) The late Quaternary extinction and future resurrection of birds on Pacific islands Earth-Science Reviews. 61: 133-147
Ricklefs RE, Buffetaut E, Hallam A, et al. (1990) Biotic systems and diversity - Report of Working group 4, Interlaken Workshop for Past Global Changes Global and Planetary Change. 2: 159-168
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