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Lars Werdelin, publikationer

1. Werdelin, L. 1981. The evolution of lynxes. Annales Zoologici Fennici 18: 37-71.

2. Werdelin, L. 1981. A multivariate study of the carnivore mandible. Stockholm: Department of Geology.

3. Werdelin, L. 1981. Evolutionary equilibria? Evidence from Pleistocene mammals. Stockholm: Department of Geology.

4. Werdelin, L. 1981. Statistical studies of Pleistocene and Recent mammals. Stockholm: Department of Geology.

5. Werdelin, L. 1983. Morphological patterns in the skulls of cats. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 19: 375-391.

6. Werdelin, L. & Hermelin, J. O. R. 1983. Testing for ecophenotypic variation in a benthic foraminifer. Lethaia 16: 303-307.

7. Kurtén, B. & Werdelin, L. 1984. The relationships of Lynx shansius Teilhard. Annales Zoologici Fennici 21: 129-133.

8. Werdelin, L. 1985. Small Pleistocene felines ofNorth America . Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 5: 194-210.

9. Werdelin, L. 1985. The stature of some medieval Swedish populations. Fornvännen 80: 133-141.

10. Werdelin, L. 1986. Comparison of skull shape in marsupial and placental carnivores. Australian Journal of Zoology 34: 109-118.

11. Werdelin, L. & Long, J. A. 1986. Allometry in the placoderm Bothriolepis canadensis and its significance to antiarch evolution. Lethaia 19: 161-169.

12. Werdelin, L. 1986. A new chimaeroid fish from the Cretaceous of Lebanon. Geobios 19: 393-397.

13. Long, J. A. & Werdelin, L. 1986. A new Late Devonian bothriolepid (Placodermi, Antiarcha) from Victoria, with descriptions of other species from the state. Alcheringa 10: 355-399.

14. Werdelin, L. 1987. Supernumerary teeth in Lynx lynx and the irreversibility of evolution. Journal of Zoology 211: 259-266.

15. Werdelin, L. 1987. Some observations on Sarcophilus laniarius and the evolution of Sarcophilus. Records of the QueenVictoriaMuseum, Launceston 90: 1-27.

16. Werdelin, L. 1987. Jaw geometry and molar morphology in marsupial carnivores: analysis of a constraint and its macroevolutionary consequences. Paleobiology 13: 342-350.

17. Werdelin, L. 1988. Studies of fossil hyaenas: the genera Thalassictis Gervais ex Nordmann, Palhyaena Gervais, Hyaenictitherium Kretzoi, Lycyaena Hensel, and Palinhyaena Qiu, Huang and Guo. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 92: 211-265.

18. Kurtén, B. & Werdelin, L. 1988. A review of the genus Chasmaporthetes Hay, 1921 (Carnivora, Hyaenidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 8: 46-66.

19. Werdelin, L. 1988. Studies of fossil hyaenas: the genera Ictitherium Roth & Wagner and Sinictitherium Kretzoi, and a new species of Ictitherium.Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 93: 93-105.

20. Werdelin, L. 1988. Correspondence analysis and the analysis of skull shape and structure. Ossa 13: 181-189.

21. Werdelin, L. 1989. Circumventing a constraint: the case of Thylacoleo (Marsupialia: Thylacoleonidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 36: 565-571.

22. Werdelin, L. 1989. Constraint and adaptation in the bone-cracking canid Osteoborus (Mammalia: Canidae). Paleobiology 15: 387-401.

23. Werdelin, L. & Solounias, N. 1990. Studies of fossil hyaenids: the genus Adcrocuta Kretzoi and the interrelationships of some selected hyaenid taxa. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 98: 363-386.

24. Kurtén, B. & Werdelin, L. 1990. Relationships between North and South American Smilodon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 10: 158-169.

25. Ramsköld, L. & Werdelin, L. 1991. The phylogeny and evolution of some phacopid trilobites. Cladistics 7: 29-74.

26. Werdelin, L. & Solounias, N. 1991. The Hyaenidae: taxonomy, systematics and evolution. Fossils and Strata 30: 1-104.

27. Schmitz, B., Åberg, G., Werdelin, L., Forey, P. & Bendix-Almgreen, S.-E. 1991. 87Sr/86Sr, Na, F, Sr, and La in skeletal fish debris as a measure of the paleosalinity of fossil-fish habitats. Geological Society of America Bulletin 103: 786-794.

28. Werdelin, L. 1992. Pleistocene vertebrates fromTarija ,Boliviain the collections of the SwedishMuseum of Natural History. In: Suarez Soruco, R. (ed.): Fosiles y Facies de Bolivia - Vol. I Vertebrados. Revista Tecnica de YPFB 12: 673-684.

29. Pleijel, F., Sundberg, P. & Werdelin, L. 1992. Computer parsimony programs: a comment on a paper by Lorenzen and Sieg. Zeitschrift für Zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung 30: 234-238.

30. Werdelin, L. 1993. Phylogenies, fossils and evolutionary studies. In: Chaline, J. and Werdelin, L. (eds) Modes and Tempos of Evolution of Quaternary Mammals. Quaternary International. 19: 109-116.

31. Werdelin, L., Turner, A. & Solounias, N. 1994. Studies of fossil hyaenids: the genera Hyaenictis Gaudry and Chasmaporthetes Hay, with a reconsideration of the Hyaenidae of Langebaanweg, South Africa. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:197-217.

32. Werdelin, L. & Turner, A. 1996. The fossil and living Hyaenidae of Africa: present status. In: Stewart, K. & Seymour, K. (eds.) Palaeoecology and Palaeoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals. Tributes to the career of C. S. (Rufus) Churcher, pp. 637-659. TorontoUniversity Press.

33. Werdelin, L. 1996. History of classification of the Felidae. In: Nowell, K. & Jackson, P. (eds) The Wild Cats: status survey and conservation action plan, pp. xviii-xxiii. IUCN/SSC Species Action Plans, IUCN, Gland.

34. Graham, R. W., Lundelius, E. L. Jr., Graham, M. A., Schroeder, E. K., Toomey, R. S. III, Anderson, E., Barnosky, A., Burns, J. A., Churcher, C. S., Grayson, D. K., Guthrie, R. D., Harington, C. R., Jefferson, G. T., Martin, L. D., McDonald, H. G., Morlan, R. E., Semken, H. A. Jr., Webb, S. D., Werdelin, L. & Wilson, M. C. 1996. Spatial response of mammals to Late Quaternary environmental fluctuations. Science 272:1601-1606.

35. Werdelin, L. 1996. Carnivoran ecomorphology: a phylogenetic perspective. In: Gittleman, J. L. (ed.) Carnivore Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution (Vol. II), pp. 582-624. Cornell University Press.

36. Werdelin, L. & Tullberg, B. S. 1996. A comparison of two methods to study correlated discrete characters on phylogenetic trees. Cladistics 11:265-277.

37. Werdelin, L. 1996. Community-wide character displacement in the lower carnassials of Late Miocene hyenas. Lethaia 29:97-106.

38. Kappelman, J., Sen, S., Fortelius, M., Duncan, A., Alpagut, B., Crabaugh, J., Gentry, A., Lunkka, J.P., McDowell, F., Solounias, N., Viranta, S. & Werdelin, L. 1996. Chronology and biostratigraphy of the Miocene Sinap Formation of Central Turkey. In: Bernor, R.L., Fahlbusch, V. & Mittmann, H.-W. (eds) The Evolution of Western Eurasian Miocene Mammal Faunas, pp. 78-95. ColumbiaUniversity Press.  

39. Werdelin, L. 1996. Carnivores, exclusive of Hyaenidae, of the later Miocene of Europe andWestern Asia . In: Bernor, R.L., Fahlbusch, V. & Mittmann, H.-W. (eds) The Evolution of Western Eurasian Miocene Mammal Faunas, pp. 271-289. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

40. Werdelin, L. & Solounias, N. 1996. Evolutionary history of hyaenas in the Miocene of Europe andWestern Asia . In: Bernor, R.L., Fahlbusch, V. & Mittmann, H.-W. (eds) The Evolution of Western Eurasian Miocene Mammal Faunas, pp. 290-306. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

41. Fortelius, M., Werdelin, L., Andrews, P., Bernor, R. L., Gentry, A., Humphrey, L., Mittmann, H.-W. & Viranta, S. 1996. Provinciality, diversity, turnover, and paleoecology in land mammal faunas of the later Miocene of westernEurasia . In: Bernor, R.L., Fahlbusch, V. & Mittmann, H.-W. (eds) The Evolution of Western Eurasian Miocene Mammal Faunas, pp. 414-448. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

42. Bernor, R. L., Fahlbusch, V., Andrews, P., De Bruijn, H., Fortelius, M., Rögl, F., Steininger, F. F. & Werdelin, L. 1996. The evolution of western Eurasian Neogene faunas: a chronologic, systematic, biogeographic, and paleoenvironmental synthesis. In: Bernor, R.L., Fahlbusch, V. & Mittmann, H.-W. (eds) The Evolution of Western Eurasian Miocene Mammal Faunas, pp. 449-469. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

43. Leakey, M. G., Feibel, C. S., Bernor, R. L., Harris, J. M., Cerling, T. E., Stewart, K. M., Storrs, G. W., Walker, A., Werdelin, L. & Winkler, A. J. 1996. Lothagam: a record of faunal change in the late Miocene of East Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16:556-570.

44. Fortelius, M., Andrews, P., Bernor, R. L., Viranta, S. & Werdelin, L. 1996. Preliminary analysis of taxonomic diversity, turnover and provinciality in a subsample of large land mammals from the later Miocene of westernEurasia . In: Nadachowski, A. & Werdelin, L. (eds) Neogene and Quaternary mammals of the Palaearctic. Conference in honour of professor Kazimierz Kowalski Acta zoologica cracoviensia 39: 167-178.

45. Werdelin, L. & Turner, A. 1996. Mio-Pliocene carnivore guilds ofEurasia . In: Nadachowski, A. & Werdelin, L. (eds) Neogene and Quaternary mammals of the Palaearctic. Conference in honour of professor Kazimierz Kowalski Acta zoologica cracoviensia 39: 585-592.

46. Werdelin, L. & Olsson, L. 1997. How the leopard got its spots: a phylogenetic view of the evolution of felid coat patterns. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 62: 383-400.

47. Chenery, S., Williams, C. T., Elliott, T. A., Forey, P. L. & Werdelin, L. 1996. Determination of rare earth elements in biological and mineral apatite by EPMA and LAMP-ICP-MS. Mikrochimica Acta [suppl.] 13: 259-269.

48. Werdelin, L. & Barthelme, J. 1997. Brown hyena (Parahyaena brunnea) from the Pleistocene of Kenya. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17: 758-761.

49. Werdelin, L. & Fortelius, M. 1997. Biogeographic characterisation of MN unit reference localities. In Aguilar, J.-P., Legendre, S. & Michaux, J. (eds.) Actes du Congrès BiochroM´97. Mémoires et Travaux, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Institut de Montpellier, 21: 67-73.

50. Jenks, S. & Werdelin, L. 1998. Taxonomy and systematics of living hyaenas (family Hyaenidae). In: Mills, M. G. L. & Hofer, H. (compilers) Hyaenas: status survey and conservation action plan, pp. 8-17. IUCN. Gland, Switzerland.

51. Elliott, T. A., Forey, P. L., Williams, C. T. & Werdelin, L. 1998. Application of the solubility profiling technique to recent and fossil fish teeth. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 169: 443-451.

52. Alroy, J., Bernor, R.L., Fortelius, M. & Werdelin, L. 1998. The MN System: regional or continental? Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und historische Geologie 38: 243-258.

53. Werdelin, L. & Nilsonne, Å. 1999. The evolution of the scrotum and testicular descent: a phylogenetic view. The Journal of Theoretical Biology 196: 61-72.

54. Werdelin, L. 1999. Studies of fossil hyaenids: the identity of Lycyaenops rhomboideae Kretzoi from Pesztlörinc ,Hungary. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 126: 307-317.

55. Werdelin, L. & Kurtén, B. 1999. Allohyaena (Mammalia: Carnivora): giant hyaenid from the Late Miocene of Hungary. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 126: 319-334.

56. Werdelin, L. 1999. Pachycrocuta (hyaenids) from the Pliocene of eastAfrica . Paläontologisches Zeitschrift 73: 157-165.

57. Werdelin, L., Nilsonne, Å. & Fortelius, M. 1999. Testicondy and ecological opportunism predict the rapid evolution of elephants. Evolutionary Theory 12: 39-45.

58. Solounias, N., McGraw, W. S., Hayek, L.-A. C. & Werdelin, L. 2000. The paleodiet of Giraffidae. In: Vrba, E. S. & Schaller, G. B. (eds) Antelopes, Deer, and Relatives: Fossil Record, Behavioral Ecology, Systematics, and Conservation, pp. 84-95. Yale University Press.

59. Werdelin, L. & Lewis, M. E.2000. Carnivora from the South Turkwel hominid site, northern Kenya. Journal of Paleontology 74: 1173-1180.

60. Werdelin, L. & Lewis, M. E. 2001. A revision of the genus Dinofelis (Mammalia, Felidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 132: 147-258.

61. Werdelin, L., Myrdal, J. & Sten, S. 2002. Patterns of stature variation in Medieval Sweden. Hikuin 27: 293-306.

62. Zhang, Z., Gentry, A. W., Kaakinen, A., Liu, L., Lunkka, J. P., Qiu, Z., Sen, S., Scott, R. S., Werdelin, L., Zheng, S., and Fortelius, M. 2002. Land mammal faunal sequence of the late Miocene of China: New evidence from Lantian, Shaanxi Province. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 40: 165-176.

63. Werdelin, L. 2003. Mio-Pliocene Carnivora from Lothagam ,Kenya. In: Leakey, M. G. & Harris, J. M. (eds) Lothagam: The Dawn of Humanity inEastern Africa , pp. 261-328. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

64. Andersson, K. & Werdelin, L. 2003. The evolution of cursorial carnivores in the Tertiary: implications of elbow joint morphology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B (suppl.) 270: S163-S165. [Biology Letters published online August 6, 2003].

65. Viranta, S. & Werdelin, L.: 2003. Carnivora from the Sinap Formation, Turkey. In: Fortelius, M., Kappelman, J. Bernor, R.L. & Sen, S. (eds) The Miocene Sinap Formation, Turkey, pp. 178-193. ColumbiaUniversity Press.

66. Werdelin, L. 2003. Carnivores from the Kanapoi hominid site, TurkanaBasin, northern Kenya. Contributions in Science 498: 115-132.

67. Bernor, R.L., Kordos, L., Rook, L., Agustí, J. Andrews, P. Armour-Chelu, M., Begun, D.R., Cameron, D.W., Daxner-Höck, G., Bonis, L.de., Ekart, D., Fessaha, N., Fortelius, M., Franzen, J.-L., Mihály Gasparik, M., Gentry, A.G., Heissig, K., Hernyak, G., Kaiser, T., Koufos, G.D., Krolopp, E., Jánossy, D., Llenas, M., Meszáros, L., Müller, P., Renne, P., Rocék, Z., Sen, S., Scott, R., Szyndlar, Z., Theobald, G., Topál, G., Werdelin, L., Ungar, P.S. & Ziegler, R. 2004. Recent Advances on Multidisciplinary Research at Rudabánya, Late Miocene (MN9), Hungary: a compendium. Palaeontographia Italica 89: 3-36.

68. Yamaguchi, N., Cooper, A., Werdelin, L. & Macdonald, D.W. 2004. Evolution of the mane and group-living in the lion (Panthera leo): a review. Journal of Zoology 263: 329-342.

69. Werdelin, L. & Lewis, M.E. 2005. Plio-Pleistocene Carnivora of easternAfrica : species richness and turnover patterns. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 144: 121-144.

70. Wesley-Hunt, G. D. & Werdelin, L. 2005. Basicranial morphology and phylogenetic position of the upper Eocene carnivoramorphan Quercygale. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50: 837-846.

71. Andersson, K. & Werdelin, L. 2005. Carnivora from the Late Miocene of Lantian ,China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 43: 256-271.

72. Werdelin, L. 2005. The carnivores of Rudabánya. In: Bernor, R. L., Kordos, L. & Rook, L. (eds) Palaeontographia Italica 90: 163-180.

73. Werdelin, L. & Sardella, R. 2006. The “Homotherium" from Langebaanweg and the origin of Homotherium. Palaeontographica, Abt.A 227: 123-130. (Festschrift in honor of Prof. Dr. W. v. Koenigswald.)

74. Pujos, F., De Iuliis, G., Argot, C. & Werdelin, L. 2007. A peculiar climbing Megalonychidae from the Pleistocene of Peru and its implications for sloth history. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 179-235.

75. Cote , S., Werdelin, L., Seiffert, E. R. & Barry, J. C. 2007. The enigmatic Early Miocene mammal Kelba and its relationship to the order Ptolemaiida. Proceedings of the NationalAcademy of Sciences 104:5510-5515.

76. Sardella, R. & Werdelin, L. 2007. Amphimachairodus (Felidae, Mammalia) from Sahabi (latest Miocene - earliest Pliocene ,Libya), with a review of African Miocene Machairodontinae. Rivista Italiana diPaleontologia e Stratigrafia 113: 67-77.

77. Strömberg, C. A. E., Friis, E. M., Liang, M.-M., Werdelin, L. & Zhang, Y.-U. 2007. Palaeoecology of a Middle Miocene lake in China: preliminary interpretations based on phytoliths from the Shanwang Basin. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 45: 145-160.

78. Strömberg, C. A. E., Werdelin, L., Friis, E.M. & Saraç, G.2007. The spread of grass-dominated habitats in theEastern Mediterraneanduring the Cainozoic: phytolith evidence. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,Palaeoecology 250: 18-49.

79. Lewis, M. E. & Werdelin, L. 2007. Patterns of change in in the Plio-Pleistocene carnivorans of easternAfrica : Implications for hominin evolution. In: Bobé, R., Alemseged, Z. & Behrensmeyer, A. K. (eds) Hominin environments in the East African Pliocene: An assessment of the faunal evidence, pp. 77-105. Springer Verlag.

80. Gustafsson, A., Werdelin, L., Tullberg, B. & Lindenfors, P. 2007. Stature and sexual stature dimorphism in Sweden, from the 10th to the end of the 20th century. American Journal of Human Biology 19: 861-870.