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Allen, G.M. 1942. Extinct and Vanishing Mammals of the Western Hemisphere with the Marine Species of All the Oceans. Intelligence Printing. Co., Lancaster, PA.

Allen, J. 1997. The impact of Pleistocene hunters and gatherers on the ecosystems of Australia and Melanesia: in tune with nature? In Kirch, Patrick, and Hunt, Terry L. (eds). Historical Ecology in the Pacific Islands: Prehistoric Environmental and Landscape Change, pp. 22-38. Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

Barnosky, A. D. 1989. The Late Pleistocene event as a paradigm for widespread mammal extinction. In Donovan, S.K. (ed). Mass Extinctions: Processes and Evidence, pp 235-254. Belhaven Press, London.

Beck, M. W. 1996. On discerning the cause of late Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions. Paleobiology 22(1): 91-103.

Borrero, L. A. 1977. La extinction de la megafauna: su explicacion por factores concurrentes. La situacion en Patagonia Austral. Anales del Instituto de la Patagonia 8: 81-93.

Borrero, L. A. 1997. The extinction of the megafauna: a supra-regional approach. Anthropozoologica 25/26: 209-216.

Butet, A., G. Paillat, et al. 1997. [The mammals: inventory and reflections on recent and extinct fauna.]. Penn Ar Bed 164: 32-42.

Ceballos, G. and J. H. Brown. 1995. Global patterns of mammalian diversity, endemism and endangerment. Conservation Biology 9(3): 559-568.

Clutton Brock, J. 1991. Extinct species. In Corbet, G.B. and Harris, S.H. (eds). The Handbook of British Mammals, pp. 571-575. Blackwell Scientific Publications Ltd., Osney Mead, Oxford.

Choquenot, D. and D. Bowman. 1998. Marsupial megafauna, Aborigines and the overkill hypothesis - application of predator-prey models to the question of Pleistocene extinction in Australia. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 7(3): 167-180.

da Fonseca, G. A. B., A. B. Rylands, et al. 1994. Livro Vermelho dos Mamiferos Brasileiros Ameacados de Extincao. Fundacao Biodiversitas, Belo Horizonte.

Flannery, T. F., P. Kendall, et al. 1990. Australia's Vanishing Mammals: Endangered and Extinct Native Species. Readers Digest, Surry Hills, Australia.

Frison, G.C. 1998. Paleoindian large mammal hunters on the plains of North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 95(24): 14576-14583.

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Grayson, D. K. 1987. An analysis of the chronology of Late Pleistocene mammalian extinctions in North America. Quaternary Research 28(2): 281-289.

Grayson, D. K. 1989. The chronology of North American Late Pleistocene extinctions. Journal of Archaeological Science 16(2): 153-165.

Grayson, D. K. and S. D. Livingston. 1993. Missing mammals on Great Basin mountains: Holocene extinctions and inadequate knowledge. Conservation Biology 7(3): 527-532.

Grayson, D. K. 1994. The extinct Late Pleistocene mammals of the Great Basin. In Harper, K.T., St. Clair, L.L., Thorne, K.H.and Hess, W.M. (eds). Natural History of the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin, pp. 55-85. University Press of Colorado, Niwot.

Guthrie, R. D. 1990. Late Pleistocene faunal revolution - a new perspective on the extinction debate. In Agenbroad, L.D., Mead, J.I.and Nelson, L.W. (eds). Megafauna and Man: Discovery of America's Heartland, pp. 42-53. The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, South Dakota, Inc. and Northern Arizona University, Hot Springs, South Dakota and Flagstaff, Arizona.

Harper, F. 1945. Extinct and Vanishing Mammals of the Old World. Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, MD.

Haynes, C. V. 1984. Stratigraphy and Late Pleistocene extinction in the United States. InMartin, P.S.and Klein, R.G. (eds). Quaternary Extinctions, pp. 345-353. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Janzen, D. H. 1983. The Pleistocene hunters had help. American Naturalist 121(4): 598-599.

Kawamura, Y. 1994. Late Pleistocene to Holocene mammalian faunal succession in the Japanese Islands, with comments on the Late Quaternary extinctions. Archaeozoologia 6(2): 7-22.

Klein, R. G. 1984. Mammalian extinctions and stone age people in Africa. In Martin, P.S. and Klein, R.G. (eds). Quaternary Extinctions, pp. 553-573. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Lessa, E. P. and R. A. Farina. 1992. Patrones de extincion en la fauna de mamiferos de edad lujanense en sudamerica: los norteamericanos fueron superiores, pero no tanto. Boletin De La Sociedad Zoologica Del Uruguay Segunda Epoca 7: 35-36.

Lessa, E. P. and R. A. Farina. 1996. Reassessment of extinction patterns among the Late Pleistocene mammals of South America. Palaeontology 39(3): 651-662.

Lewin, R. 1983. What killed the giant mammals? Science (4615): 1036-1037.

MacPhee R.D.E. and C. Flemming. 1999. Requiem Æternam: the last five hundred years of mammalian species extinctions. In R.D.E. MacPhee (ed). Extinctions in Near Time: Causes, Contexts, and Consequences. pp. 333-372. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

Main, A. R. 1978. Ecophysiology: toward an understanding of Late Pleistocene marsupial extinction. InWalker, D. and Guppy, J.C. (eds). Biology and Quaternary Environments, pp. 169-183. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra.

Martin, L. D. and A. M. Neuner. 1978. The end of the Pleistocene in North America. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 6: 117-126.

Martin, P. S. 1984. Prehistoric overkill: the global model. In Martin, P.S. and Klein, R.G. (eds). Quaternary Extinctions, pp. 451-465. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Martin, P. S. 1986. Refuting Late Pleistocene extinction models. InElliott, D.K. (ed). Dynamics of Extinction, pp. 1207-130. John Wiley and Sons. New York.

Martin, P. S. 1990. 40,000 years of extinctions on the 'planet of doom.' Global and Planetary Change 82(1-2): 187-201.

McDonald, J. N. 1984. The reordered North American selection regime and Late Quaternary megafaunal extinctions. InMartin, P.S. and Klein, R.G. (eds). Quaternary Extinctions, pp. 404-439. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

McLean, D. M. 1981. Size factor in the Late Pleistocene mammalian extinctions. American Journal of Science 281(8): 1144-1152.

Meltzer, D. J. and J. I. Mead. 1983. The timing of Late Pleistocene mammalian extinctions in North America. Quaternary Research 19(1): 130-135.

Meltzer, D. J. 1986. Pleistocene overkill and the associational critique. Journal of Archaeological Science 13(1): 51-60.

Morgan, G. S. and C. A. Woods. 1986. Extinction and the zoogeography of West Indian land mammals. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 28(1-2): 167-203.

Mukherjee, A. K. and Indian Museum 1966. Extinct and Vanishing Birds and Mammals of India. Publication Superintendent on behalf of the Director, Indian Museum, Calcutta.

Murray, P. 1984. Extinctions downunder: a bestiary of extinct Australian Late Pleistocene monotremes and marsupials. InMartin, P.S. and Klein, R.G. (eds). Quaternary Extinctions, pp. 600-628. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Musil, R. 1994. Migration and extinction of mammals at the turn of Pleistocene and Holocene. Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geologica 1/2: 159-163.

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Sondaar, P. Y. 1987. Pleistocene man and extinctions of islands endemics. Memoires de la Societe Geologique de France 150: 159-165.

Sondaar, P. Y. and M. D. Dermitzakis. 1988. Colonization of islands by early man and its effect on the environment. Modern Geology 13(2): 189-202.

Sondaar, P. 1988. The extinction of mammal species. Cranium 5(2): 92-100.

Spaulding, W.G. 1984. The overkill hypothesis as a plausible explanation for the extinctions of Late Wisconsin megafauna. Quaternary Research 22(1): 142-143.

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Stuart, A. J. 1993. The failure of evolution: Late Quaternary mammalian extinctions in the Holarctic. Quaternary International 19: 101-107.

Varona, L. S. 1974. Catalogo de los Mamiferos Vivientes y Extinguidos de las Antillas. Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, La Habana.

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Ward, P. D. 1997. The Call of Distant Mammoths: Why the Ice Age Mammals Disappeared. Copernicus, New York.

Vigne, J. D. 1987. L'extinction holocene du fond de peuplement mammalien indigene des iles de Mediterranee occidentale. Memoires de la Societe Geologique de France. 150: 167-177.

Wright, R. 1986. New light on the extinction of the Australian megafauna. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 109(1): 1-9.

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