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PaleoBios
UCMP's peer-reviewed journal • ISSN 0031-0298

PaleoBios is an open-access peer-reviewed journal produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology (UCMP). PaleoBios publishes scholarly articles on all paleontological topics. Anyone may submit a manuscript, and submissions from non-UCMP authors are encouraged. Submission is handled online through the University of California escholarship portal, so all manuscripts and supporting files must be submitted via the escholarship.org website. This means that PaleoBios now accepts color images, we can hyperlink downloadable data files in any format and size, and there is no limit on the number of manuscript pages or figures.

PaleoBios also publishes abstract volumes for selected paleontological meetings held in California and will consider collections of papers from symposia on appropriate topics.

SENIOR EDITOR: Diane M. Erwin
MANAGING EDITORS: Ken Finger, Mark B. Goodwin, Patricia Holroyd
ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Sara J. Elshafie
PRODUCTION EDITORS: Lucy Chang, Sara J. Elshafie, Mackenzie Kirchner-Smith

Current issue

33(0), 2016 [abstracts]

The giant, spike-toothed salmon, Oncorhynchus rastrosus and the "Proto-Tuolumne River" (early Pliocene) of Central California

A lower jaw of the nautiloid Aturia angustata (Conrad, 1849) from Oligocene cold seep limestone, Washington State, U.S.A.

First record of the megatoothed shark Carcharocles megalodon from the Mio-Pliocene Purisima Formation of Northern California

Pleistocene vertebrates of Silicon Valley (Santa Clara County, California)

Fauna and setting of the Adelolophus hutchisoni type locality in the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) Wahweap Formation of Utah

Yelmochelys rosarioae gen. et sp. nov., a stem kinosternid (Testudines; Kinosternidae) from the Late Cretaceous of Coahuila, Mexico

A fossil giant tortoise from the Mehrten Formation of Northern California

Early Eocene (Wasatchian) rodent assemblages from the Washakie Basin, Wyoming

Western Association of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting: Program with Abstracts

To order past volumes*

Printed volumes are still available for purchase. Please send your name and address, along with a check or money order for $25 USD (made out to "UC Regents") to:

University of California Berkeley
ATTN: PaleoBios
Museum of Paleontology
1101 Valley Life Sci Bldg # 4780
Berkeley CA 94720-4780
 

* Please note that Volume 30 will be the last one printed as hardcopy.

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