Philip D. Gingerich, Ph.D.

Museum of Paleontology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Vertebrate evolution, evolution of mammals
"Philip Gingerich"
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Jason J. Head grad student (Evolution Tree)
David W. Krause grad student University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)
Dale Winkler grad student (Evolution Tree)
Kenneth D. Rose grad student 1974-1979 University of Michigan
Paul Lewis Koch grad student 1982-1989 University of Michigan (Geotree)
J. G. M. Thewissen grad student 1990 University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)
Mark D. Uhen grad student 1990-1996 University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)
Jonathan I. Bloch grad student 2001 University of Michigan
Ross Secord grad student 2004 University of Michigan
Iyad S. Zalmout grad student 2008 University of Michigan
Aaron R. Wood grad student 2009 University of Michigan
Ryan M. Bebej grad student 2011 University of Michigan
P. David Polly post-doc 1994-1996 University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)
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Gingerich PD, Amane A, Zouhri S. (2022) Skull and partial skeleton of a new pachycetine genus (Cetacea, Basilosauridae) from the Aridal Formation, Bartonian middle Eocene, of southwestern Morocco. Plos One. 17: e0276110
Capobianco A, Beckett HT, Steurbaut E, et al. (2020) Large-bodied sabre-toothed anchovies reveal unanticipated ecological diversity in early Palaeogene teleosts. Royal Society Open Science. 7: 192260
Mayr G, Gingerich PD, Smith T. (2020) Skeleton of a new owl from the early Eocene of North America (Aves, Strigiformes) with an accipitrid-like foot morphology Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 40: e1769116
van der Meulen B, Gingerich PD, Lourens LJ, et al. (2020) Carbon isotope and mammal recovery from extreme greenhouse warming at the Paleocene–Eocene boundary in astronomically-calibrated fluvial strata, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 534: 116044
Gingerich PD, Antar MSM, Zalmout IS. (2019) Aegicetus gehennae, a new late Eocene protocetid (Cetacea, Archaeoceti) from Wadi Al Hitan, Egypt, and the transition to tail-powered swimming in whales. Plos One. 14: e0225391
Peri E, Gingerich PD, Aringhieri G, et al. (2019) Reduction of olfactory and respiratory turbinates in the transition of whales from land to sea: the semiaquatic middle Eocene Aegyptocetus tarfa. Journal of Anatomy
Voss M, Antar MSM, Zalmout IS, et al. (2019) Stomach contents of the archaeocete Basilosaurus isis: Apex predator in oceans of the late Eocene. Plos One. 14: e0209021
Westerhold T, Röhl U, Wilkens RH, et al. (2018) Synchronizing early Eocene deep-sea and continental records – cyclostratigraphic age models for the Bighorn Basin Coring Project drill cores Climate of the Past. 14: 303-319
Mayr G, Gingerich PD, Smith T. (2018) Calcardea junnei Gingerich, 1987 from the late Paleocene of North America is not a heron, but resembles the early Eocene Indian taxon Vastanavis Mayr et al., 2007 Journal of Paleontology. 93: 359-367
Zouhri S, Gingerich P, Adnet S, et al. (2018) Middle Eocene vertebrates from the sabkha of Gueran, Atlantic coastal basin, Saharan Morocco, and their peri-African correlations Comptes Rendus Geoscience. 350: 310-318
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