David R Greenwood
David R Greenwood
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Eocene continental climates and latitudinal temperature gradients
DR Greenwood, SL Wing
Geology 23 (11), 1044-1048, 1995
4931995
Fossils and fossil climate: the case for equable continental interiors in the Eocene
SL Wing, DR Greenwood
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1993
3941993
Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: an Eocene example
P Wilf, SL Wing, DR Greenwood, CL Greenwood
Geology 26 (3), 203-206, 1998
2951998
Increased seasonality through the Eocene to Oligocene transition in northern high latitudes
JS Eldrett, DR Greenwood, IC Harding, M Huber
Nature 459 (7249), 969, 2009
1962009
Persistent near-tropical warmth on the Antarctic continent during the early Eocene epoch
J Pross, L Contreras, PK Bijl, DR Greenwood, SM Bohaty, S Schouten, ...
Nature 488 (7409), 73, 2012
1912012
Fossil biotas from the Okanagan Highlands, southern British Columbia and northeastern Washington State: climates and ecosystems across an Eocene landscape
DR Greenwood, SB Archibald, RW Mathewes, PT Moss
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 42 (2), 167-185, 2005
1522005
Taphonomic constraints on foliar physiognomic interpretations of Late Cretaceous and Tertiary palaeoclimates
DR Greenwood
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 71 (1), 149-190, 1992
1521992
Significantly warmer Arctic surface temperatures during the Pliocene indicated by multiple independent proxies
AP Ballantyne, DR Greenwood, JS Sinninghe Damsté, AZ Csank, ...
Geology 38 (7), 603-606, 2010
1482010
The taphonomy of plant macrofossils
DR Greenwood
The processes of fossilization, 141-169, 1991
1411991
Life at the top of the greenhouse Eocene world—A review of the Eocene flora and vertebrate fauna from Canada’s High Arctic
JJ Eberle, DR Greenwood
Bulletin 124 (1-2), 3-23, 2012
1192012
Paleotemperature estimation using leaf-margin analysis: is Australia different?
DR Greenwood, P Wilf, SL Wing, DC Christophel
Palaios 19 (2), 129-142, 2004
1022004
Early Tertiary vegetation of Arctic Canada and its relevance to paleoclimatic interpretation
JF Basinger, DR Greenwood, T Sweda
Cenozoic plants and climates of the Arctic, 175-198, 1994
1001994
Seasonality, the latitudinal gradient of diversity, and Eocene insects
SB Archibald, WH Bossert, DR Greenwood, BD Farrell
Paleobiology 36 (3), 374-398, 2010
942010
The paleoecology of high-latitude Eocene swamp forests from Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic
DR Greenwood, JF Basinger
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 81 (1), 83-97, 1994
941994
How wet was the Arctic Eocene rain forest? Estimates of precipitation from Paleogene Arctic macrofloras
DR Greenwood, JF Basinger, RY Smith
Geology 38 (1), 15-18, 2010
912010
Onset of long-term cooling of Greenland near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary as revealed by branched tetraether lipids
S Schouten, J Eldrett, DR Greenwood, I Harding, M Baas, JSS Damsté
Geology 36 (2), 147-150, 2008
882008
The Pliocene climatic and environmental evolution of southeastern Australia: evidence from the marine and terrestrial realm
SJ Gallagher, DR Greenwood, D Taylor, AJ Smith, MW Wallace, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 193 (3-4), 349-382, 2003
742003
Regional and local vegetation community dynamics of the Eocene Okanagan Highlands (British Columbia Washington State) from palynology
PT Moss, DR Greenwood, SB Archibald
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 42 (2), 187-204, 2005
712005
Changes in climate and vegetation in Australia during the Tertiary
DC Christophel, DR Greenwood
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 58 (2-4), 95-109, 1989
681989
Plant communities and climate change in southeastern Australia during the early Paleogene
DR Greenwood, PT Moss, AI Rowett, AJ Vadala, RL Keefe
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 365-380, 2003
642003
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