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    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Bibliography - Cave Paleontology

Abbott, J.P. 1989. The Paleoecology of the Late and Post-Archaic Section of the Beaver Creek Shelter, Wind Cave National Park. Unpublished M.S. thesis, South Dakota School of Mines.

Benton, Rachael Carol. 1999. Comparative Taphonomy of Holocene Microvertebrate Faunas Preserved in Fissure Fill Versus Shelter Cave Deposits. PhD Dissertation. University of Iowa. 261 p.

Benton, R. 1992. Early and Middle Archaic Sections of the Beaver Creek Shelter, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. In Santucci, V.L. (ed.) National Park Service Paleontological Research Abstract Volume.

Benton, Rachael Carol. 1991. Paleoecology of the Early and Middle Archaic Section of the Beaver Creek Shelter (39CU779), Wind Cave National Park, Custer County, South Dakota. M.S. Thesis. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. 307 p.

Bjork, Philip. 1997. Pliocene Cave Fissure Deposits in the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota with Comments on the Carnivores. Museum of Geology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

Burgett, Galen Royce. 1990. The Bones of the Beast: Resolving Questions of Faunal Assemblage Formation Processes Through Actualistic Research. PhD Dissertation. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. 394 p.

Jass, Christopher, Mead J., Morrison A., and Agenbroad L. 1999. Late Quaternary Mollusca from the Southern Black Hills, South Dakota. 35p.

Lowry, R.L. 1980. Paleoenvironment of a Late Quaternary Mammoth-Bearing Sinkhole Deposit, Hot Springs, South Dakota. Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 91, p. 465-475.

Manganaro, Carol A. 1992. Preliminary Field Report. 3 p.

Manganaro, Carol A. 1994. Graveyard Cave: A Holocene Faunal Record from the Black Hills of South Dakota. MA Thesis. Northern Arizona University. 119 p.

Martin, James E. 1985. Fossiliferous Cenozoic Deposits of Western South Dakota and Northwestern Nebraska. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

Martin, James E. 1989. Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of the Klukas Localities, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. 18+ p.

Martin, James E. 1989. Vertebrate Remains From Wind Cave, Custer County, South Dakota. 19 p.

Martin, James E. and Abbott, Jane P. New Discovery of An Archaeological and Paleontological Site in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota.

Martin, James E. and Alex, Robert A. 1986. Prehistory of Wind Cave National Park. 65 p.

Martin, J.A., Abbott J.P., Benton R.C., and Miller, L. 1993. The Beaver Creek Shelter: A Holocene Succession in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Plains Anthropologist, 38, p.17-36.

Martin, J.A., Alex, Roberta, Benton, Rachel. 1988. A Chronology of the Beaver Creek Shelter, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota.

Mead, Jim I. 1993. Paleontological Investigations of Salamander Cave, Wind Cave National Park, Black Hills, South Dakota. 36 p.

Mead, Jim, Manganaro, Carol, Repenning, Charles A. and Agenbroad, Larry D. Palaeoecology and Palaeoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals/Early Rancholabrean Mammals From Salamander Cave, Black Hills, South Dakota. 17+ p.

Mead, Jim, Manganro, Carol, Repenning, Charles, and Agenbroad, Larry. 1996. Early Rancholabrean Mammals from Salamander Cave, Black Hills, South Dakota. Palaeoecology and Palaeoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals. p. 458-482.

Santucci, Vincent L., Kenworthy, Jason and Kerbo. Ron. 2001. An Inventory of Paleontological Resources Associated with National Park Service Caves. Geologic Resources Division Technical Report NPS/NRCRD/GRDTR-01/01.

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