TABLE 8S:

Montana, Idaho, Wyoming

Table 6S: Summary Data -- Miocene Mammals in the Northern U.S. Rocky Mountains

Table 8S. References Cited in Table 7S.

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Use of this resource in publications should be cited as:
Carrasco, M.A., B.P. Kraatz, E.B. Davis, and A.D. Barnosky. 2005. Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (MIOMAP). University of California Museum of Paleontology http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/miomap/