Monday, January 5, 2009

Publicaciones de fósiles de Puerto Rico / Publications on fossils from Puerto Rico

Para esta nota he recopilado un listado de publicaciones que tratan sobre fósiles de Puerto Rico. Por supuesto que el listado está viciado a favor de publicaciones sobre vertebrados fósiles los cuales son mis favoritos o invertebrados con los cuales he trabajado en el pasado. Si conoces referencias adicionales me puedes avisar (a través de correo electrónico o comentarios abajo) para asi añadirlos a la lista. Algunas de las referencias incluso están enlazados su pdf gratis.

For this post I have compiled a list of publications that deals with fossils from Puerto Rico. Of course it is somewhat biased toward vertebrates, which are my favorites or invertebrates on which I have worked on previous occasions. If you know additional references that are not here just let me know (either through emails or comments below) and they will be added. Some of these are linked to their free pdf.

Updated: 11/February/2016

Auffenberg, W. 1967. Notes on West Indian tortoises. Herpetologica 23(1):34-44.

Bermúdez, P. J., and G. A. Seiglie. 1970. Age, paleoecology, correlation and foraminifers of the uppermost Tertiary formation of northern Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 10:17-33.

Bold, W. A., Van Den. 1965. Middle Tertiary Ostracoda from Northwestern Puerto Rico. Micropaleontology 11(4):381-414.

Choate, J. R. and E. C. Birney. 1968. Sub-recent Insectivora and Chiroptera from Puerto Rico, with the description of an new bat of the genus Stenoderma. Journal of Mammalogy 49(3):400-412.

Cutress, B. M. 1980. Cretaceous and Tertiary Cidaroida (Echinodermata, Echinoidea) of the Caribbean area. Bulletin of American Paleontology 77:1-221.

Domning, D. P. and O. A. Aguilera. 2008. Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean region. VIII. Nanosiren garciae, gen. et sp. nov. and Nanosiren sanchezi, sp. nov. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(2):479-500.

Gordon, W. A. 1963. Middle Tertiary echinoids of Puerto Rico. Journal of Paleontology 37(3):628-642.

Graham, A. 1996. Paleobotany of Puerto Rico-from Arthur Hollick’s (1928) scientific survey paper to the present. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 776: 103-114.

Graham, A. and D. M. Jarzen. 1969. Studies in neotropical botany. I. The Oligocene communities of Puerto Rico. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 56:308-357.

Herrera, F., S. R. Manchester, J. Velez-Juarbe, and C. Jaramillo. 2014. Phytogeographic history of the Humiriaceae (Part 2). International Journal of Plant Sciences 175:828-840.

Hollick, A. 1926. Fossil walnuts and lignite from Porto Rico. Journal of the New York Botanical Garden 27:223-227.

Hollick, A. 1928. Paleobotany of Porto Rico. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands 7(3):177-393.

Howell, B. F. 1966. New Upper Cretaceous sponge from Puerto Rico. Journal of Paleontology 40(1):207-209.

Hubbard, B. 1920. Tertiary Mollusca from the Lares district, Porto Rico. New York Academy of Sciences, Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands 3(2):79-164.

Iturralde-Vinent, M. A. 2001. Geology of the amber-bearing deposits of the Greater Antilles. Caribbean Journal of Science 17(3-4):141-167.

Mitchell, S. F., M. Martínez-Colón, R. Ramsook and H. Santos. 2012. A primitive tube-bearing antillocaprinid rudist bivalve, Parasarcolites sohli, sp. nov., from Jamaica and Puerto Rico, West Indies. Cretaceous Research 34:149-153.

Moussa, M. T. 1974. Tertiary brachiopods from Puerto Rico and their paleontologic and paleoecologic significance. Journal of Paleontology 48(6):1202-1206.

Olson, S. L. and Á. M. Nieves-Rivera. 2010. Fossil evidence and probable extinction of the greater fishing bat Noctilio leporinus (Chiroptera: Noctilionidae) on Isla de Mona, Puerto Rico. Mastozoología Neotropical 17(1):167-170.

Ortega-Ariza, D., E. K. Franseen, H. Santos-Mercado, W. R. Ramírez-Martínez, and E. E. Core-Suárez. 2015. Strontium isotope stratigraphy for Oligocene-Miocene carbonate systems in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic: implications for Caribbean processes affecting depositional history. Journal of Geology 123:539-560.

Pearson, P. N. and B. S. Wade. 2009. Taxonomy and stable isotope paleoecology of well-preserved planktonic foraminifera from the uppermost Oligocene of Trinidad. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 39(3):191-217.

Pessagno, E. A., Jr. 1963. Planktonic Foraminifera from the Juana Diaz Formation, Puerto Rico. Micropaleontology 9(1):53-60.

Pessagno, E. A., Jr. 1963. Upper Cretaceous Radiolaria from Puerto Rico. Micropaleontology 9(2):197-214.

Pisera, A., M. Martínez and H. Santos. 2006. Late Cretaceous siliceous sponges from El Rayo Formation, Puerto Rico. Journal of Paleontology 80(3):594-600.

Rabell-Cabrero, N. 1914. Notas paleontológicas. Revista de las Antillas 2(1):66-69.

Rabell-Cabrero, N. 1924. Notas sobre algunos escuálidos fósiles de Puerto Rico. Revista Agricultura de Puerto Rico 12:377-384.

Reinhart, R. H. 1959. A review of the Sirenia and Desmostylia. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 36(1):1-146.

Sachs, K. N. 1959. Puerto Rican upper Oligocene larger Foraminifera. Bulletin of American Paleontology 39:399-416.

Schweitzer, C. E., M. A. Iturralde-Vinent, J. L. Hetler and J. Velez-Juarbe. 2006. Oligocene and Miocene Decapods (Thalassinidea and Brachyura) from the Caribbean. Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History 75(2):111-136.

Sohl, N. F. 1992. Upper Cretaceous gastropods (Fissurellidae, Haliotidae, Scissurellidae) from Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Journal of Paleontology 66(3):414-434.

Sohl, N. F. 1998. Upper Cretaceous trochacean gastropods from Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Palaeontographica Americana 60:1-109.

Turvey, S. T. 2010. Evolution of non-homologous venom delivery systems in West Indian insectivores? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(4):1294-1299.

Turvey, S. T., F. V. Grady and P. Rye. 2006. A new genus and species of ‘giant hutia’ (Tainotherium valei) from the Quaternary of Puerto Rico: an extinct arboreal quadruped? Journal of Zoology 270:585-594.

Velez-Juarbe, J. 2014. Ghost of seagrasses past: using sirenians as a proxy for historical distribution of seagrasses. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 400:41-49.

Velez-Juarbe, J., and D. P. Domning. 2014. Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean region: X. Priscosiren atlantica, gen. et sp. nov. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34:951-964. 

Velez-Juarbe, J. and D. P. Domning. 2015. Fossil Sirenia of the West Atlantic and Caribbean region: XI. Callistosiren boriquensis, gen. et sp. nov. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 35(1):e885034.

Velez-Juarbe, J. and H. Santos. 2008. Fossil Echinodermata from Puerto Rico; pp. 369-395 in W. I. Ausich and G. D. Webster (eds.), Echinoderm Paleobiology. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.

Velez-Juarbe, J., T. Martin, R. D. E. MacPhee, and D. Ortega-Ariza. 2014. The earliest Caribbean rodents: Oligocene caviomorphs from Puerto Rico. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34:157-163.

Wetmore, A. 1920. Five new species of birds from cave deposits in Porto Rico. Biological Society of Washington, Proceedings 33:76-81.

Woods, C. A. 1996. The land mammals of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 776:131-149.

4 comments:

silarem said...

Oye estaba buscando info de el Isolobodon potoricensi y salio tu blog....estas en todas!

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Jaime R. Pagán Jiménez said...

Fascinante este blog!! Felicidades.

José R Medlna said...

Saludos Juan!

Para tu lista de publicaciones te puede interesar esta: Geology of the Amber-Bearing Deposits of the Greater Antilles. Un Up-date de Iturralde-Vinnent sobre los depositos de amber en las Antillas. Tiene una pequeña seccion sobre Puerto Rico'
JRMedina