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AVIAN PALAEONTOLOGICAL LITERATURE ONLINE


Note on post-1862 Google Books links

From the May 2008 edition I have started including links to sources in Google Books from the period 1863-1923. These are only supposed to be available to users in the US due to copyright reasons (actually almost all of them are in the public domain elsewhere too, but the cumbersome European copyright system requires verifying the date of death for each individual author, which is of course completely impractical for periodicals). However these papers can be accessed from outside the US by using a proxy server. I have decided against including a proxy server as part of the link in the list itself since some organizations frown upon or prohibit the use of proxy servers in their networks. Instead these links are identified by the text “(no direct access outside the US)”. In such cases you can use the “Copy Shortcut” function by right-clicking on the link and then paste the link into a suitable proxy server to access the paper.


Last uppdated 2009-03-06



Dalla Vecchia, F. M. & Chiappe, L. M. 2002. First avian skeleton from the Mesozoic of Northern Gondwana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22(4):856-860. PDF

Dallas, W. S. 1865. On the feathers of Dinornis robustus Owen. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (3) 5:265-268. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Dallas, W. S. 1865. On the feathers of Dinornis robustus. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (3) 16:66-69. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Dallas, W. S. 1865. Note sur les plumes de Dinornis rubustus (Extr.). Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zool. Paléont.) (5) 4:292. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Dalsätt, J., Zhou, Z.-H., Zhang, F. & Ericson, P. G. P. 2006. Food remains in Confuciusornis sanctus suggest a fish diet. Naturwissenschaften 93:444-446. PDF

Dames, W. 1882. Über den Bau des Kopfes von Archaeopteryx. Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin pp. 817-819. PDF

NEW! Dames, W. 1882. On the structure of the head of Archaeopteryx. Geological Magazine (2) 9:566-568. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Dames, W. 1884. The Berlin Archaeopteryx. (Review) Geological Magazine (3) 1:418-424. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Dames, W. 1885. Entgegnung an Herrn Dr. BAUR. Morphologisches Jahrbuch 10:603-6l2. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Dames, W. 1886. Über Aepyornis. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde Zur Berlin 6:69. PDF

NEW! Dames, W. 1890. Über Vogelreste aus dem Saltholmskalk von Limhamn bei Malmö. Bihang till Kungliga Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar 16 Pt 4 No 1:1-12. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Dames, W. 1897. Über Brustbein, Schulter- und Beckengürtel der rchaeopteryx. Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 38:818-834; Berlin, Math. Naturwiss. Mitt. Akad. Wiss. Berlin 1897:476-492. PDF

Dana, J. D. 1863. Discovery of remains of vertebrated animals provided with feathers in a deposit of jurassic age. American Journal of Science and Arts (2) 35:129-132. PDF

NEW! Dana, J. D. 1863. On certain parallell relations between the classes of vertebrates, and on the bearing of these relations on the question of the distinctive features of reptilian birds. American Journal of Science and Arts (2) 35:315-321. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Daniels, M. 1987. The Waltonian avifauna of Britain. Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 1:5-7. HTML

Daniels, M. 1988. (Untitled report). Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 2:6-9. HTML

Daniels, M. 1989. (Untitled report). Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 3:5-9. HTML

Daniels, M. 1990. (Untitled report). Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 4:7-13. HTML

Daniels, M. 1993. (Untitled report). Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 7:8-12. HTML

Daniels, M. 1994. (Untitled report). Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Information Letter 8:10-12. HTML

Daura, J. & Sanz, M. 2003. El jaciment de ca n'Aymerich de Castelldefels. In: IV Trobada d'Estudiosos del Garraf. Diputació de Barcelona, 2003 p. 165-168. PDF

David, A. 1991. Late Glacial archaeological residues from Wales: A selection. In: Barton, N et al. (eds). The Late Glacial in Northwest Europe. CBA Research Report 77:141-159 (Aves p. 142,144). PDF

Davies, G. H. 1907. The name 'moa'. Journal of the Polynesian Society 16:106. PDF

Davies, G. H. 1910. The moa. Journal of the Polynesian Society 19:223. PDF

NEW! Davies, H. R. 1889. Die Entwicklung der Feder und ihre Beziehungen zu anderen Integumentbilden. Morphologisches Jahrbuch 15:560-645. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Davies, W. 1880. On some fossil bird-remains from the Siwalik Hills in the British Museum. Geological Magazine (2) 7:18-27. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Davies, W. 1884. Note on remains of the Emu from the Wellington Caves New South Wales. Geological Magazine (3) 1:265. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Davis, P. G. 1996. The taphonomy of Archaeopteryx. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Series C: Geology & Paleontology) 22(3-4):91-106. PDF

Davis, S. 1974. Animal remains from the Kebaran site of Ein Gev I, Jordan valley, Israel. Paléorient 2(2):453-462 (Aves p. 459). PDF Also here

Davis, S. J. M. 2002. The mammals and birds from Gruta do Caldeirao, Portugal. Revista Portuguesa de Arqueologia 5(2):29-98. PDF

Davison, W. M. 1870. The Dinornis. Nature (London) 1:604. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1949. Subfossil bird remains from Lake Grassmere (Marlborough, N. Island, New Zealand). New Zealand Bird Notes 3(5):132-133. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1957. Falcon in the Chatham Islands. Notornis 7:113. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1959. The supposed occurrence of kakapo, kaka and kea in the Chatham Islands. Notornis 8:106-115. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1960. New evidence of the former presence of the kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) in the Chatham Islands. Notornis 9:65-67. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1961. The former existence of a species of Falco in the Chatham Islands, New Zealand: some new evidence. Emu 61:209-210. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1961. An extinct sea eagle in the Chatham Islands. Notornis 9:171-172. PDF

Dawson, E. W. 1962. A first record of the extinct New Zealand coot from the North Island. Notornis 10:85. PDF

Dawson, W. R. 1948. Records of fringillids from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. Condor 50:57-63. DejaVu    PDF

Dawson, W. R. 1950. A comparison of Pipilo ocai and the fossil Pipilo angelensis. Condor 52:88. DejaVu    PDF

Daxner-Höck, G. et al. 2004. Marine and terrestrial vertebrates from the Middle Miocene of Grund (Lower Austria). Geologica Carpathica 55(2):1-7 PDF

Day, J. 1847. Analysis of animal and organic matter in bones of Ostrich and Moa. Reports on Zoology for 1843-44, Ray Soc. Public. pp. 294-295. PDF

NEW! Deane, J. & Mantell, G. A. 1843. Correspondence on the Ornithichnites of the Connecticut River Sandstone and the Dinornis of New Zealand. Silliman's Journal 45:177-183. PDF

DeFrance, S. D. 2005. Late Pleistocene marine birds from southern Peru: distinguishing human capture from El Nino-induced windfall. Journal of Archaeological Science 32:1131-1146. PDF

DeFrance, S. D. & Umire Alvarez, A. 2004. Quebrada Tacahuay: un sitio marítimo del Pleistoceno tardío en la costa sur del Perú. Chungará (Arica) 36(2):257-278. PDF   HTML

Degenhardt 1840. (Untitled communication). Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde 1840:485. PDF

Delamétherie, J. C. 1800. Sur une empreinte d'oiseau dans un morceau de plâtre de Montmartre. Journal de Physique, de Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle 51:132. PDF

DeMay, I. S. 1941. An avifauna from Sub-Recent deposits at Lower Klamath Lake, California. Condor 43:295-296. DejaVu    PDF

Depéret, C. 1892. Sur la faune d'oiseaux pliocènes du Roussillon. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 114:690-692. PDF/TIFF

d'Errico, F. & Laroulandie V. 1998. Authentification et analyse technologique des représentations aviaires des galets de la Croze. In: Catalogue du Musée du Brou. Bourg-en-Bresse: Edition du Musée de Brou, pp. 24-26. PDF

Deschamps, C. M. 2005. Late Cenozoic mammal biochronostratigraphy in southwestern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Ameghiniana 42(4):733-750. HTML

Deschamps, C M. & Borromei, A. M. 1992. La fauna de vertebrados Pleistocénicos del Bajo San José (Provincia de Buenos Aires). Aspectos paleoambientales. Ameghiniana 29(2):177-183. PDF

Deschamps, C. M. & Tonni, E. P. 1992. Los vertebrados del Pleistoceno tardío - Holoceno del arroyo Napostá Grande, provincia de Buenos Aires. Aspectos paleoambientales. Ameghiniana 29:201-210. PDF

Desmarest, A. G. 1818. Oiseaux fossiles ou ornitholithes. In: Nouv. Dict. Hist. nat., new ed. XXIII:454-457. PDF

Desnoyers, J. 1859. Sur des empreintes de pas d'animaux dans le Gypse des environs de Paris, et particulièrement de la vallée de Montmorency. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2) 16:936-944. PDF

Desnoyers, J. 1859. Sur des empreintes de pas d'animaux dans le gypse des environs de Paris, particulièrement dans la vallée de Montmorency. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 49:67-73. PDF/TIFF Also here

NEW! De Vis, C. W. 1884. The Moa (Dinornis) in Australia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 1:23-28. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! De Vis, C. W. 1888. Australian ancestry of the crowned pigeon of New Guinea. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 5:127-131. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

De Vis, C. W. 1891. Note on an extinct eagle. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 6:123-125. PDF

De Vis, C. W. 1891. On the trail of an extinct bird. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 6:117-122. PDF

De Vis, C. W. 1892. Residue of the extinct birds of Queensland as yet detected. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 6:437-456. PDF

Dial, K. D. 2003. Wing-Assisted Incline Running and the evolution of flight. Science 299:402-404. PDF Also here and here

Dial, K. P. 2003. Evolution of avian locomotion: correlates of flight style, locomotor modules, nesting biology, body size, development, and the origin of flapping flight. Auk 120(4):941-952. PDF

Dial, K. P. 2006. Patterns among avian flight style, nesting biology, development, body size, and locomotor modularity. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52(Supplement): 502-504. PDF

Dial, K. P., Randall, R. J. & Dial, T. R. 2006. What Use Is Half a Wing in the Ecology and Evolution of Birds? BioScience 56(5):437-445. PDF

Diaz Franco, S. 1999. Dos registros nuevos de aves endémicas en depósitos fosilíferos de Cuba. El Pitirre 12(1):12-13. PDF

Diaz Franco, S. 2004. Type specimens of fossil vertebrates housed in the Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Cuba. Revista Biología 18(2):155-159. MS Word

Dickison, M. R. 2007. The Allometry of Giant Flightless Birds. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Duke University, 125 pp. PDF

Dieffenbach, E. 1843. Travels in New Zealand with contributions to the geology and natural history of it. Vol. 1-2, London (Moa; 1:140, 147, 2:195.). Vol 1 PDF, DejaVu, TXT, Vol 2 PDF, DejaVu, TXT Also here

Díez, C., García, M. A., Gil, E., Jordá Pardo, J. F., Ortega, A. I., Sánchez, A. & Sánchez, B. 1989. La Cueva de Valdegoba (Burgos), primera campaña de excavaciones. Zephyrus 41-42:55-74 (Aves pp. 68-69). PDF

Díez, C., Sanchez Marco A. et al. 1995. Grupos avicaptores del Tardiglaciar: las aves de Berroberria. Munibe 47:3-22. PDF Also here

Dilger, William C. 1957. The loss of teeth in birds. Auk 74:103-104. DejaVu    PDF

Dobney, K., Beech, M. & Jaques, D. 1999. Hunting the broad spectrum revolution: The Characteristics of Early Neolithic exploitation at Qermez Dere, northern Mesopotamia. In: Driver, J. C. (ed.): Zooarchaeology of the Pleistocene/Holocene Boundary. BAR International Series 800:47-57. PDF

Dodson, P. 2000. Origin of Birds: The Final Solution? American Zoologist 40(4):504-512. PDF/HTML

Dóllo, L. 1883. Note sur la présence du Gastornis edwardsii, Lemoine, dans l'assise inférieure de l'étage Landénien, A Mesvin, près Mons. Bulletin du Musée Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgigue 2:297-308. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Dóllo, L. 1883. Note sur la présence chez les oiseaux du "troisième trochanter" des dinosauriens et sur la fonction de celui-ci. Bulletin du Musée Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique 2:13-19. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Downes, T. W. 1916. New light on the period of the extinction of the moa (according to Maori record). Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 48:426-434. HTML and PDF

Downes, T. W. 1926. Notes on the moa, as contributed by natives of the Wairarapa District. Journal of the Polynesian Society 35:36-37. PDF

Downs, T. 1954. Pleistocene birds from the Jones fauna of Kansas. Condor 56:207-221. DejaVu    PDF

Drew, S. H. 1897. Natural History Notes. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 29:284-287. HTML and PDF

Driver, J. C. 1999. Raven skeletons from paleoindian contexts, Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia. American Antiquity 64(2):289-298. HTML

Driver, J. C., Handly, M., Fladmark, K. R., Erle Nelson, D., Sullivan, G. M., Preston, R. 1996. Stratigraphy, Radiocarbon Dating and Culture History of Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia. Arctic 49(3):265-277. PDF

Driver, J. C. & Hobson, K. A. 1992. A 10,500-year sequence of bird remains from the southern Boreal Forest Region of Western Canada. Arctic 45(2):105-110. PDF Also here (HTML)

Dughi, R. & Sirugue, F. 1959. Sur des fragments de coquilles d'oeufs fossiles de l'Eocène de Basse-Provence. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 249:959-961. PDF

Duncan, K. W. & Holdaway, R. N. 1987 Footprint pressures of moas and ungulates. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 10:161. PDF

Duncan, K. W. & Holdaway, R. N. 1989. Footprint pressures and locomotion of moas and ungulates and their effects on the New Zealand indigenous biota through trampling. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):97-101. PDF

Duncan, R. P., Blackburn, T. M. & Worthy, T. H. 2002. Prehistoric bird extinctions and human hunting. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 269:517-521. PDF

Dundas, R. G. 2005. The Late Pleistocene Vertebrate Fauna. In: The Merrell Locality & Centennial Valley, Southwest Montana, Pleistocene Geology, Paleontology & Prehistoric Archaeology (Hill, Christopher and Davis, Leslie B., eds.), BLM Cultural Resources Series No.4:79-90, Montana State Office. PDF. The complete site mongraphy is found here

Dundas, R. G., Smith, R. B. & Verosub, K. L. 1996. The Fairmead Landfill locality (Pleistocene, Irvingtonian), Madera County, California. Preliminary report and significance. PaleoBios 17(2-4):50-58. PDF

NEW! Duns 1893. On the early history of some Scottish mammals and birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 20:50-52. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Dupont, M. E. 1873. Les temps prehistoriques en Belgique. L'Homme pendant les ages de la Pierre dansles environs de Dinant-Sur-Meuse. Editio II. Bruxelles 1873. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Duvernoy, G.-L. 1854 [Note sur l'Epyornis]. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 39:836-837. PDF/TIFF Also here

Dyke, G. J. 2001. The fossil waterfowl (Aves, Anseriformes) from the Eocene of England. American Museum Novitates 3354:1-15. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J. 2003. The phylogenetic position of Gallinuloides Eastman (Aves: Galliformes) from the Tertiary of North America. ZooTaxa 199:1-10. PDF

Dyke, G. J. 2003. The fossil record and molecular clocks: basal radiations within Neornithes. In: Smith, P. and Donoghue, P (eds) Molecular Clocks and the Fossil Record, pp. 263-278. Taylor and Francis, London. PDF

Dyke, G. J. 2003. "Big bang" for Tertiary birds? Reply to Feduccia (2003). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(9):441-442. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J. & Chiappe, L. M. 2003. Origin of birds. In: McGraw-Hill 2003 Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill: New York, pp. 26-28. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Cooper, J. H. 2000. A new psittaciform bird from the London Clay (lower Eocene) of England. Palaeontology 43(2):271-285. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Crowe, T. M. 2008. Avian paleontology: opinions and quasi-phenetics vs characters and cladistics. Cladistics 24:77-81. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Gulas, B. E. 2001. The fossil galliform bird Paraortygoides from the Eocene of the United Kingdom. American Museum Novitates 3360:1-14. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J. & Mayr, G. 1999. Did parrots exist in the Cretaceous period? Nature (London) 399:317-318. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J. & Norell, M. A. 2005. Caudipteryx as a non-avialan theropod rather than a flightless bird. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50(1):101-116. PDF Also here

Dyke. G. J., Nudds, R. L. & Benton, M. J. 2007. Modern avian radiation across the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary. Auk 124(4):339-341. HTML

Dyke, G. J. & van Tuinen, M. 2004. The evolutionary radiation of modern birds (Neornithes): reconciling molecules, morphology and the fossil record. Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society 141:153-177. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J. & Walker, C. A. 2008. New records of fossil 'waterbirds' from the Miocene of Kenya. American Museum Novitates 3610:1-12. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Waterhouse, D. M. 2001. A new fossil mousebird (Aves: Coliiformes) from the London Clay. Journal für Ornithologie 142(1):7-15. PDF

Dyke, G. J., Dortangs, R. W., Jagt, J. W. M., Mulder, E. W. A., Schulp, A. S. & Chiappe, L. M. 2002. Europe's last Mesozoic bird. Naturwissenschaften 89(9):408-411. PDF Also here

Dyke, G. J., Gulas, B. E. & Crowe, T. M. 2003. The suprageneric relationships of galliform birds (Aves Galliformes): a cladistic analysis of morphological characters. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 137:227-244. PDF

Dyke. G. J., Nudds, R. L. & Benton, M. J. 2007. Modern avian radiation across the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary. Auk 124(4):339-341. PDF

Dyke, G. J., Waterhouse, D. M. & Kristofferson, A. V. 2004. Three new fossil landbirds from the early Paleogene of Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 51:47-56. PDF

Dzerzhinsky, F. Ya. 1999. Implications of the Cranial Morphology of Paleognaths of Avian Evolution. In: Olson, S. L. (ed.): Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century. Proc. of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, D.C., 4-7 June 1996. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 89:267-274. PDF Also here

Eastham, A. 1985. The Magdalenian Avifauna at Erralla Cave. Munibe 37:59-80. PDF

Eastham, A. 2005. Papageno down the ages: A study in fowling methods with particular reference to the Palaeolithic of Western Europe. Munibe 57(1):369-397. PDF

Eastman, C. R. 1898. On remains of Struthiolithus chersonensis from Northern China, with remarks on the Distribution of Struthious birds. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard Coll. 32:127-144. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Eastman, C. R. 1898. Discovery of a second specimen of the fossil egg of Struthiolithus. Geological Magazine (4) 5:434-439. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

NEW! Eastman, C. R. 1900. New Fossil Bird and Fish Remains from the Middle Eocene of Wyoming. Geological Magazine (4) 7:54-58. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Eastman, C. R. 1904. Fossil plumage. American Naturalist 38:669-672. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Eaton, J. G., Cifelli, R. L., Hutchison, J. H., Kirkland, J. I. & Parrish, J. M. 1999. Cretaceous Vertebrate Faunas from the Kaiparowits Plateau, South-Central Utah. In: Gillette, D. D, (ed.): Vertebrate Paleontology in Utah. Miscellaneous Publication 99-1, Utah Geological Survey, pp. 345-353 (Aves p. 352). PDF

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1868. Vorlegung der von Hrn. Dr. Julius Haast in Neu-Seeland gefertigten grossen Photographien von sechs ganzen Skeletten der fossilen anscheinend in noch sehr neuer Zeit dort lebend gewesenen Riesenvögel Dinornis. Monatsberichte Königliche Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin 1868 214-215. PDF

Eisel, R. von 1886. Höhlenausgrabung bei Döbritz unfern Oppurg. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 18:50-52. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Ellenberger, P. 1977. Quelques precisions sur l'anatomie et la place systematique tres speciale de Cosesaurus aviceps. (Ladinien superieur de Montral, Catalogne). Cuadernos de Geologia Iberica 4:169-188. PDF

Ellenberger, P. & Villalta, J. F de, 1974. Sur la presence d'un ancêtre probable des oiseaux dans le Muschelkalk supérieur de Catalogne (Espagne): note preliminaire. Acta Geológica Hispanica 9(5):162-168. PDF

NEW! Ellmann, J. B. 1861. Brief Notes on the Birds of New Zealand. Zoologist 1861:7464-7473. PDF

Elorza, M. 1990. Restos de aves en los yacimientos Prehistóricos vascos. Estudios realizados. Munibe 42:263-267. PDF

Elorza, M. 1993. Revisión de la avifauna de Ermittia. Munibe 45:175-177. PDF

Elorza, M. 2000. Restos de aves del yacimiento de Labeko Koba (Arrasate, País Vasco). Munibe 52:187-192. PDF

Elorza, M. 2005. First palearctic fossil record of Polysticta stelleri (Pallas) 1769. Munibe 57(1):297-301. PDF

Elorza, M. & Sanchez Marco, A. 1993. Postglacial fossil great auk and associated avian fauna from the Biscay Bay. Munibe 45:179-185. PDF Also here

Elverland, E., Vorren, K.-D., Vorren, T. O., Alm, T. & Hufthammer, K. 2005. Fossiler avslörer fortidens klima på Andöya. Cicerone 6/2005:22-23. PDF

Elzanowski, A. 1999. A Comparison of the Jaw Skeleton of Theropods and Birds, with a Description of the Palate in the Oviraptoridae. In: Olson, S. L. (ed.): Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century. Proc. of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, D.C., 4-7 June 1996. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 89:311-323. PDF

Elzanowski, A. & Brett-Surman, M. K. 1995. Avian Premaxilla and Tarsometatarsus from the Uppermost Cretaceous of Montana. Auk 112:762-767. DejaVu    PDF

Elzanowski, A. & Wellnhofer, P. 1993. Skull of Archaeornithoides from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia. American Journal of Science 293-A:235-252. PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1985. A new species of teal from the Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) of Wyoming. Auk 102:201-205. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1988. An early Condor-like vulture from North America. Auk 105(3):529-535. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1992. The avifauna from APAC shell pit, Sarasota County, Florida. Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication 36:179-180. PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1996. A fossil Scrub-Jay supports a recent systematic decision. Condor 98:687-695. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1998. Avian community, climate and sea-level changes in the Plio-Pleistocene of the Florida peninsula. Ornithological Monographs 50:1-113 PDF

Emslie, S. D. 2001. Radiocarbon dates from abandoned penguin colonies in the Antarctic Peninsula region. Antarctic Science 13:289-295. PDF

Emslie, S. D. 2007. Fossil passerines from the early Pliocene of Kansas and the evolution of songbirds in North America. Auk 124(1):85-95. PDF

Emslie, S. D., Coats, L. & Licht, K. 2007. A 45,000 yr record of Adélie penguins and climate change in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Geology 35(1):61-64. PDF

Emslie, S. D. & Czaplewski, N. J. 1999. Two new fossil eagles from the late Pliocene (late Blancan) of Arizona and Florida and their biogeographic implications. In: Olson, S. L. (ed.): Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century. Proc. of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, D.C., 4-7 June 1996. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 89:185-198. PDF

Emslie, S. D., Fraser, W., Smith, C. & Walker, W. 1998. Abandoned penguin colonies and environmental change in the Palmer Station region, Anvers island, Antarctic peninsula. Antarctic Science 10(3):257-268. PDF

NEW! Engel, T. 1908. Geognostischer Wegweiser durch Württemberg, 3rd rev. ed. Stuttgart. E. Schweizerbartsche Verlagshandlung, 645 pp. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Engles, W. L. 1935. Status of Toxostoma redivivum in the Rancho La Brea fauna. Condor 37:258. DejaVu    PDF

Enys, J. D. 1872. Note respecting the discovery of the egg of the moa at the Kaikoura Peninsula. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 4:403. HTML and PDF

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Houde, P. 1988. Paleognathous birds from the early Tertiary of the Northern Hemisphere. Ed. R. A. Paynter, Jr. Publications of the Nuttall Ornithological Club 22:1-148. Cambridge, Mass. PDF

Houde, P. & Haubold, H. 1987. Palaeotis weigelti restudied: A small Middle Eocene ostrich (Aves: Struthioniformes). Palaeovertebrata (Montpellier) 17(2):27-42. PDF

Houde, P. & Olson, S. L. 1981. Paleognathous carinate birds from the early Tertiary of North America. Science 214:1236-1237. PDF

Houde, P. & Olson, S. L. 1992. A radiation of coly-like birds from the Eocene of North America (Aves: Sandcoleiformes New Order). In: Campbell, K. E., Jr. (ed.): Papers in avian paleontology honoring Pierce Brodkorb. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (Science Series) 36:137-160. PDF

Howard, H. 1929. Additional bird records from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. Condor 31:251-252. (November 15) DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1930. A census of the Pleistocene birds of Rancho La Brea from the collections of the Los Angeles Museum. Condor 32:81-88, 3 text figs. (March) DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1931. A new species of Road-runner from Quaternary cave deposits in New Mexico. Condor 33:206-209. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1931. Cryptoglaux funerea in New Mexico. Condor 33:216. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1931. Pliocene bird remains from Santa Barbara, California. Condor 33:30-31. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1932. A new species of Cormorant from Pliocene deposits near Santa Barbara, California. Condor 34:118-120. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1933. A new species of owl from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea, California. Condor 35:66-69. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1935. A new species of eagle from a Quaternary cave deposit in eastern Nevada. Condor 37:206-209. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1935. The Rancho La Brea Wood Ibis. Condor 37:251-253. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1936. A new fossil bird locality near Playa del Rey, California, with description of a new species of sulid. Condor 38:211-214. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1936. A new record for Parapavo californicus (Miller). Condor 38:249-250. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1936. Further studies upon the birds of the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. Condor 38:32-36. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1937. A Pleistocene record of the Passenger Pigeon in California. Condor 39:12-14. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1939. A prehistoric record of Holboell Grebe in Nevada. Condor 41:32. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1940. A new race of Caracara from the Pleistocene of Mexico. Condor 42:41-44. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1944. A Miocene hawk from California. Condor 46:236-237. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1945. Observations on young tarsometatarsi of the fossil turkey, Parapavo californicus (Miller). Auk 62:596-603. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1947. A preliminary survey of trends in avian evolution from Pleistocene to Recent time. Condor 49:10-13. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1947. An ancestral Golden Eagle raises a question in taxonomy. Auk 64:287-291. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1947. Wing elements assigned to Chendytes. Condor 49:76-77. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1949. Avian fossils from the marine Pleistocene of Southern California. Condor 51:20-28. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1951. Pleistocene duck bones from Ohio. Condor 53:205. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1955. Fossil birds from Manix Lake, California. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 264-J:199-205. HTML DejaVu

Howard, H. 1955. New records and a new species of Chendytes, an extinct genus of diving geese. Condor 57:135-143. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1955. A new wading bird from the Eocene of Patagonia. American Museum Novitates 1710:1-25. PDF

Howard, H. 1958. An ancient cormorant from Nevada. Condor 60:411-413. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1958. Further records from the Pleistocene of Newport Bay mesa, California. Condor 60:136. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1962. A new Miocene locality record for Puffinus diatomicus and Sula willetti. Condor 64:512-513. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1962. Bird remains from a prehistoric cave deposit in Grant County, New Mexico. Condor 64:241-242. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1964. Further discoveries concerning the flightless "diving geese" of the genus Chendytes. Condor 66:372-376. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1964. A new species of "Pigmy Goose", Anabernicula, from the Oregon Pleistocene, with a discussion of the genus. American Museum Novitates 2200:1-14. PDF

Howard, H. 1964. A fossil owl from Santa Rosa Island, California, with comments on the eared owls of Rancho La Brea. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 63(1):27-31. PDF

Howard, H. 1965. First record of avian fossils from the Eocene of California. Journal of Paleontology 39:350-354, 1 pl. PDF

Howard, H. 1969. A new avian fossil from Kern County, California. Condor 71:68-69. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1971. In Memoriam: Loye Holmes Miller. Auk 88:276-285. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1971. Quaternary avian remains from Dark Canyon Cave, New Mexico. Condor 73:237-240. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1972. The bibliography of Loye Holmes Miller. Condor 74:268-271. DejaVu    PDF

Howard, H. 1972. The Incredible Teratorn again. Condor 74:341-344. DejaVu   PDF

Howard, H. 1976. A new species of flightless auk from the Miocene of California (Alcidae: Mancallinae). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 27:141-146. PDF

Howard, H. 1982. Fossil birds from Tertiary marine beda at Oceanside, San Diego County, California with descriptions of two new species of the genera Uria and Cepphus (Aves: Alcidae) . Contributions in Science, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History 341:1-15. PDF

Howard, H. & Barnes, L. G. 1987. Middle Miocene marine birds from the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, California. Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 383:1-9. PDF

Howard, H. & Miller, A. H. 1933. Bird remains from cave deposits in New Mexico. Condor 35:15-18 (January 16). DejaVu    PDF

Hubbs, C. L. & Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1976. Remains of Pleistocene birds from Isla de Guadalupe, Mexico. Condor 78:421-422. DejaVu    PDF

Hume, J. P. & Cheke, A. S. 2004. The white dodo of Réunion Island: unravelling a scientific and historical myth. Archives of natural history 31(1):57-79. PDF

Hume, J. P. & Prys-Jones, R. P. 2005. New discoveries from old sources, with reference to the original bird and mammal fauna of the Mascarene Islands, Indian Ocean. Zoologische Mededelingen 79(3):85-95. PDF

Hunt, A. P. & Lucas, S. G. 2006. Tetrapod Ichnofacies of the Cretaceous. In: Lucas, S. G. & Sullivan, R.M., eds., Late Cretaceous vertebrates from the Western Interior. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 35:61-69. PDF

NEW! Hurst, C. H. 1894. On the Wings of Archaeopteryx and of other Birds. Report of the 63rd meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1894, p. 810. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Husband, R. A. 1924. Variability in Bubo virginianus from Rancho La Brea. Condor 26:220-225. DejaVu    PDF

Hutchinson, F. 1898. On Maori middens at Wainui, Poverty Bay. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 30:533-536. HTML and PDF

Hutchinson, J. R. 2001. The evolution of femoral osteology and soft tissues on the line to extant birds (Neornithes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (London) 131(2):169-197. PDF

Hutchinson, J. R. 2001. The evolution of pelvic osteology and soft tissues on the line to extant birds (Neornithes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (London) 131(2):123-168. PDF

Hutchinson, J. R. 2002. The evolution of hindlimb tendons and muscles on the line to crown-group birds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology a Molecular and Integrative Physiology 133(4):1051-1086. PDF

Hutchinson, J. R. 2003. Biomechanics: Early birds surmount steep slopes. Nature 426:777-778. PDF

Hutchinson, J. R. & Chiappe, L. M. 1998. The first known alvarezsaurid (Theropoda: Aves) from North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(3):447-450. PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1872. On the microscopical structure of the eggshell of the Moa. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 4:166-167. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1872. On some moa feathers. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 4:172-173. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1873. On the geographical relations of the New Zealand fauna. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 5:227-256. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1874. On a new genus of Rallidae. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 6:108-110. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1875. Description of some moa remains from the Knobby Ranges. With anatomical notes. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 7:266-268. HTML and PDF

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Hutton, F. W. 1876. [Egg-shell and feathers] Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 8:101-102. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1876. Notes on the Maori Cooking Places af the Mouth of the Shag River. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 8:103-108. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1877. Remarks on Dr von Haast's classification of the moas. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 9:363-365. HTML and PDF

NEW! Hutton, F. W. 1878. On the Number of Cervical Vertebrae in Dinornis. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (5) 1:407-409; 2:492. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Hutton, F. W. 1885. On the correlations of the "Curiosity Shop Bed" in Canterbury, New Zealand. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 41:547-564. [Penguins p. 549, Cetacea p. 554] PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Hutton, F. W. 1885. On the geological position of the "Weka-Pass Stone" of New Zealand. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 41:266-278 (Aves p. 272). PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Hutton, F. W. 1892. The Moas of New Zealand. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 24:93-172. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1892. The history of the moas, or extinct flightless birds of New Zealand, I. Natural Science 1:588-592. PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1893. On Dinornis (?) queenslandiae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales (2) 8:7-10. PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1893. The moas of New Zealand. Natural Science 3:317-318. PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1893. On the origin of the Struthious birds of Australasia. Report of the Fourth Meeting of the Australasian Association for Advanced Science (Hobart) 1892, pp. 365-369. PDF (No direct access outside the US)

Hutton, F. W. 1893. On Anomalopteryx antiqua. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 25:14-16. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1893. New species of Moas. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 25:6-13. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1895. On the axial skeleton in the Dinornithidae. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 27:157-173. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1895. On the occurrence of a pneumatic foramen in the femur of a Moa. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 27:173-174. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1896. On a deposit of moa bones at Kapua. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 28:627-644. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1896. On the moa bones from Enfield. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 28:645-650. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1896. [Moa remains on Riverton Beach]. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 28:652-654. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1897. The Moas of the North Island of New Zealand. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 29:541-557. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1897. On the leg bone of Meionornis from Glenmark. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 29:557-560. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1897. On two Moa-skulls in the Canterbury Museum. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 29:561-564. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1899. On the footprint of a kiwi-like bird from Manaroa. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 31:486. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. 1906. On a skeleton of Emeus crassus from the North Island. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 38:66-67. HTML and PDF

Hutton, F. W. & Coughtrey, M. 1875. Notice of the Earnscleugh Cave. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 7:138-141. HTML and PDF

Huxley, T. H. 1859. On a fossil bird and a fossil cetacean from New Zealand. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 15:670-677. Also in Huxley, T. H.: Scientific Memoirs, Vol 2:157-165. PDF

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