Malcolm C. McKenna

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Malcolm Carnegie McKenna (1930–2008), U.S. paleomammalogist.

Publications[edit]

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  • Gaffney, E.A.; McKenna, M.C. 1979. A Late Permian captorhinid from Rhodesia. American Museum Novitates, 2688: 1–15. http://hdl.handle.net/2246/5329. 
  • Gingerich, P.D.; McKenna, M.C. 1980. Mammalian paleontology in China. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology News Bulletin, 118: 42–44. 
  • Gutmann, J.T.; Pushkar, P.D.; McKenna, M.C. December 1989. Late Cretaceous and Tertiary history and the dynamic crushing of cobbles, Black Butte area, southwestern Montana. Engineering Geology, 27(1–4): 413–431. doi:10.1016/0013-7952(89)90039-2. 
  • Gutmann, J.T.; Pushkar, P.D.; McKenna, M.C. (1990). "Late Cretaceous and Tertiary history and the dynamic crushing of cobbles, Black Butte area, southwestern Montana". In Johnson, A.M.; Burnham, C.W.; Allen, C.R.; et al. Richard H. Jahns memorial volume. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. 413–431.  (Reprint of Gutmann, Pushkar, and McKenna, 1989)
  • Jenkins, Jr., F.A.; Simons, E.L.; McKenna, M.C.; Gingerich, P.D. 1985. Princeton’s intellectual trust. Science, 229: 330. doi:10.1126/science.229.4711.330-a. PMID 17795882. 

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  • Marincovich Jr., L.; Brouwers, E.M.; Hopkins, D.M.; McKenna, M.C. (1990). "Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic paleogeographic and paleoclimatic history of the Arctic Ocean Basin, based on shallow-water marine faunas and terrestrial vertebrates". In Grantz, A.; Johnson, L.; Sweeney, J.F. The geology of North America, vol. L, The Arctic Ocean Region. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America. pp. 403–426. 
  • McCarthy, James J.; McKenna, Malcolm C. 2000. How Earth’s ice is changing. Environment, 42(10): 8–18. doi:10.1080/00139150009605770. 

McKenna 1950s[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C. 1954a. Gray Bull Mammals from the Knight Formation in Moffat County, Colorado. Journal of Mammalogy, 35(4): 581. doi:10.2307/1375587. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1954b. Earliest Wasatchian vertebrates from the Hiawatha Member of the Knight Formation, Moffat County, Colorado. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 65(12, pt. 2): 1283. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1955a. Paleocene mammal, Goler Formation, Mojave Desert, California. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 39(4): 512–515. doi:10.1306/5ceae16c-16bb-11d7-8645000102c1865d. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1955b. A new species of mylagaulid from the Chalk Cliffs local fauna, Montana. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 45(4): 107–110. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1955c). "Age of the Four Mile local fauna, northeast Sand Wash Basin, Colorado". Wyoming Geological Association, Guidebook, tenth annual field conference, Green River Basin. Casper: Wyoming Geological Association. pp. 105–107. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1955d). "Earliest Eocene vertebrates from the Sand Wash Basin, north-west Colorado". In Ritzma, Howard R.; Oriel, Steven S. Guidebook to the geology of northwest Colorado. Salt Lake City: Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists and Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. pp. 41–42. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1956. Survival of primitive notoungulates and condylarths into the Miocene of Colombia. American Journal of Science, 254: 736–743. doi:10.2475/ajs.254.12.736. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1958. Summary of the dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy: Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publ. Geol. Graduate Div., Northern Sect.: 4. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1959. Tapochoerus, a Uintan dichobunid artiodactyl from the Sespe Formation of California. Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences, 58(3): 125–132. 

McKenna 1960s[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C. 1960a. Fossil Mammalia from the early Wasatchian Four Mile fauna, Eocene of northwest Colorado. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 37(1): 1–130. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1960b. The Geolabidinae, a new subfamily of early Cenozoic erinaceoid insectivores. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 37(2): 131–164. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1960c). "Condylarthra". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 3. New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 394. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1960d). "Dermoptera fossils". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4. New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 68–69. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1960e). "Dinocerata". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4. New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 196–197. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1960f). "Insectivora fossils". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 7. New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 143–144. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1960g). "Pantodonta". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 9. New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 536–537. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1960h. A continental Paleocene vertebrate fauna from California. American Museum Novitates, 2024: 1–20. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1960i. The shoulder girdle of the mammalian subclass Allotheria. Anatomical Record, 138(3): 367. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1961a. A note on the origin of rodents. American Museum Novitates, 2037: 1–5. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1961b. On the shoulder girdle of the mammalian subclass Allotheria. American Museum Novitates, 2066: 1–27. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1961c). "Foreword". In Austin, M. The Land of Little Rain. Garden City: Doubleday. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1962a. Collecting small fossils by washing and screening. Curator, 5(3): 221–235. doi:10.1111/j.2151-6952.1962.tb01586.x. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1962b. Eupetaurus and the living petauristine sciurids. American Museum Novitates, 2104: 1–38. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1962c. Studies of the natural history of the Mongolian People’s Republic and adjacent areas, made by the American Museum of Natural History. Mongolia Society Newsletter, 1(3): 31–35. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1962d. Papers mainly on Mongolian natural history published by the American Museum of Natural History. Mongolia Society Newsletter, 1(3): 36–45. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1963a. (Review of) R. Moore, Evolution. Natural History, 72(5): 9. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1963b. The early Tertiary primates and their ancestors. Proceedings of the XVI International Congress of Zoology, Washington, DC, 4: 69–74. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1963c. New evidence against tupaioid affinities of the mammalian family Anagalidae. American Museum Novitates, 2158: 1–16. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1963d. Primitive Paleocene and Eocene Apatemyidae (Mammalia, Insectivora) and the primate-insectivore boundary. American Museum Novitates, 2160: 1–39. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1964a. Mining for fossils in Wyoming. Nature and Science, 1(16): 10–11. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1964b. The undersea history of America. Saturday Review, 48(23): 54–57. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1964c). "Zeuglodon". Encyclopedia Americana. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1965a. (Review of) C.C. Black, A review of the North American Tertiary Sciuridae. Quarterly Review of Biology, 40(2): 191–192. doi:10.1086/404565. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1965b. Geologic map. H.J. Cook, Runningwater Formation, middle Miocene of Nebraska. American Museum Novitates, 2227: 3. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1965c. Stratigraphic nomenclature of the Miocene Hemingford Group, Nebraska. American Museum Novitates, 2228: 1–21. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1965d). "Collecting microvertebrate fossils by washing and screening.". In Kummel, B.; Raup, D. Handbook of paleontological techniques. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Co. pp. 193–203.  (Abridgment of McKenna, 1962a)
  • McKenna, M.C. 1966a. Paleontology and the origin of the Primates. Folia Primatologica, 4(1): 1–25. doi:10.1159/000155041. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1966b. Synopsis of Whitneyan and Arikareean camelid phylogeny. American Museum Novitates, 2253: 1–11. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1966c. Speculations on endemism in terrestrial West Coast Paleogene mammals. Special Paper (Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1965), 87: 314–315. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1966d). "Pantodonta". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 9. New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 536–537.  (Revision of McKenna, 1960g)
  • McKenna, M.C. 1967. Classification, range, and deployment of the prosimian Primates.. Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 163, Problemes Actuels de Paleontologie (Evolution des Vertebres), Paris, 6–11 Juin 1966: 603–610. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1968a. Leptacodon, an American Paleocene nyctithere (Mammalia, Insectivora). American Museum Novitates, 2317: 1–12. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1968b). "Preliminary announcement of Arikareean mammals from high-level Tertiary sediments, Bighorn Mountains". Field conference guidebook for the high altitude and mountain basin deposits of Miocene age in Wyoming and Colorado, August 16–25, 1968, 6 pp. Boulder: University of Colorado Museum. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1968c. Origin and adaptive radiation of therian mammals. Preprinted abstracts of conference on comparative and evolutionary aspects of the vertebrate central nervous system, New York Academy of Sciences, December 2–4, 1968. New York. , session 4, paper 2: 9–10
  • McKenna, M.C. 1969a. (Review of) E.T. Drake (editor), Evolution and environment: a symposium presented on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of the foundation of Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1966. Science, 163: 662–663. doi:10.1126/science.163.3868.662. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1969b. The origin and early differentiation of therian mammals. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 167(1)): 217–240. doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1969.tb20446.x. 

McKenna 1970s[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C. 1971a. A route to late Cenozoic temperature history?. Science, 172: 503. doi:10.1126/science.172.3982.503. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1971b. Fossil mammals and the Eocene demise of the De Geer North Atlantic dispersal route. Abstracts with Programs (Geological Society of America), 3(7): 644. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971c). "Condylarthra". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 3 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 427–428. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971d). "Dermoptera". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 84–85. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971e). "Dinocerata". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 217–218. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971f). "Docodonta". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 289. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971g). "Embrithopoda". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 4 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 644. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971h). "Macroscelidea". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 8 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 14. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971i). "Multituberculate". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 8 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 736–737. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971j). "Pantodonta". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 9 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 606. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971k). "Pantotheria". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 9 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. p. 607. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1971l). "Symmetrodonta". McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. 13 (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. pp. 378–379. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1972a. (Review of) A.A. Dahlberg (editor), Dental morphology and evolution: a symposium, Englefield Green, England, September 1968. Science, 176: 1115–1116. doi:10.1126/science.176.4039.1115. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1972b). "Vertebrate paleontology of the Togwotee Pass area, north-western Wyoming". In West, R.M. Guidebook, Field conference on Tertiary biostratigraphy of southern and western Wyoming, August 5–10, 1972. pp. 80–101. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1972c. Eocene final separation of the Eurasian and Greenland-North American landmasses, International Geological Congress, 24th Session, Montreal, Canada, sect. 7. Palaeontology: 275–281. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1972d. Possible biological consequences of plate tectonics. BioScience, 22(9): 519–525. doi:10.2307/1296311. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1972e). Dobzhansky, T.; Hecht, M.K.; Steere, W.C., eds. . Was Europe connected directly to North America prior to the middle Eocene?. Evolutionary biology. 6. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. pp. 179–189. doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-9063-3_7. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1973a). "Sweepstakes, filters, corridors, Noah's arks, and beached Viking funeral ships in palaeogeography". In Tarling, D.H.; Runcorn, S.K. Implications of continental drift to the earth sciences. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, April 1972, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. 1. London: Academic Press. pp. 295–308. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1973b). "Comment on: L.A. Frakes and E.M. Kemp, Palaeogene continental positions and evolution of climate.". In Tarling, D.H.; Runcorn, S.K. Implications of continental drift to the earth sciences. NATO Advanced Study Institute, April 1972, The University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. 1. Academic Press. p. 559. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1973c. (Review of) E.L. Simons, Primate evolution: an introduction to man’s place in nature. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 39(3): 494–496. doi:10.1002/ajpa.1330390325. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1973d. Sbor ostatkov melkikh pozvonochnykh posredstvom otmyvki i proseivaniya. In Kummel, B.; Raup, D.. Methodika paleontologicheskikh issledovanii. Moscow Izdatel’stvo "MIP". pp. 170–178.  (Russian translation of McKenna, 1965f)
  • McKenna, M.C. 1975a. Fossil mammals and early Eocene North Atlantic land continuity. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 62(2): 335–353. doi:10.2307/2395200. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1975b). "Toward a phylogenetic classification of the Mammalia". In Luckett, W.P.; Szalay, F.S. Phylogeny of the primates: a multidisciplinary approach (Proceedings of WennerGren Symposium no. 61, Burg Wartenstein, Austria, July 6–14, 1974. New York: Plenum. pp. 21–46. doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-2166-8_2. ISBN 978-1-4684-2168-2. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1976a. Esthonyx in the upper faunal assemblage, Huerfano Formation, Eocene of Colorado. Journal of Paleontology, 50(2): 354–355. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1976b). "Comments on Radinsky's "Later mammal radiations". In Masterton, R.B.; Bitterman, M.E.; Campbell, C.B.G.; et al. Evolution of brain and behavior in vertebrates. 1. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc. pp. 245–250. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1977. Vertebrate fossils and the Antiquities Act of 1906. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology News Bulletin, 110: 40–41. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1978. Crepuscular Arctic Eocene mammals. Abstracts with Programs. Geological Society of America, 10(7): 453. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1979. Molecular mammalogy. (Review of) M. Goodman and R.E. Tashian (editors), Molecular anthropology: genes and proteins in the evolutionary ascent of the Primates; and A.E. RomeroHerrera, H. Lehmann, K.A. Joysey, and A.E. Friday: On the evolution of myoglobin. Systematic Zoology, 28(1): 109–113. doi:10.2307/2413008. 

McKenna 1980s[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C. 1980a. Notes from a Patagonian journal. Rotunda (Royal Ontario Museum), 4(3): 5. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1980b. Getting going again in 1947. Alf Museum Journal, 1(2): 1–2. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1980c. Mammals in the age of dinosaurs. (Review of) J.A. Lillegraven,Z. Kielan-Jaworowska, and W.A. Clemens(editors), Mesozoic mammals. Science, 208: 718–719. doi:10.1126/science.208.4445.718. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1980d. Eocene paleolatitude, climate, and mammals of Ellesmere Island. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 30(3): 349–362. doi:10.1016/0031-0182(80)90065-6. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1980e). "Remaining evidence of Oligocene rocks previously present across the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming". In Gingerich, P.D. Early Cenozoic paleontology and stratigraphy of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Papers on Paleontology. 24. pp. 143–146. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1980f). "Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary vertebrate paleontological reconnaissance, Togwotee Pass area, northwestern Wyoming". In Jacobs, L.L. Aspects of vertebrate history: essays in honor of Edwin Harris Colbert. Flagstaff: Museum of Northern Arizona Press. pp. 321–343. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1980g). "Early history and biogeography of South America's extinct land mammals". In Ciochon, R.L.; Chiarelli, A.B. Evolutionary biology of the New World monkeys and continental drift. New York: Plenum. pp. 43–77. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1981a. More museums. Nature, 289: 626–627. doi:10.1038/289626c0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1981b). "Discussion [of: A. Hallam, Relative importance of plate movements, eustasy, and climate in controlling major biogeographic changes since the early Mesozoic]". In Nelson, G.; Rosen, D.E. Vicariance biogeography, a critique. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 335–338. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1981c. Cenozoic terrestrial sediments and their vertebrate fossils in and around the North Atlantic. NATO Advanced Research Institute, Programme and Abstracts, Structure and development of the Greenland-Scotland Ridge—new methods and concepts, Bressanone, Italy, 11–15 May 1981. pp. 23–24. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1981d. Live issues: the classification of North American mammals. (Review of) E.R. Hall, The mammals of North America, 2nd ed., vols. 1–2. Nature, 294: 597. doi:10.1038/294597a0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1981e. (Review of) W.P. Luckett (editor), Comparative biology and evolutionary relationships of tree shrews. International Journal of Primatology, 2(1): 97–101. doi:10.1007/bf02692304. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1982a. Chinese puzzles. Nature, 300: 212. doi:10.1038/300212b0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1982b. More of dinosaur extinction, and more. (Review of) L.B. Halstead, Hunting the past: fossils, rocks, tracks and trails—the search for the origin of life. Nature, 300: 560. doi:10.1038/300560a0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1982c. Lagomorph interrelationships. Geobios, Memoire special, 6: 213–223. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1983a). "Cenozoic paleogeography of North Atlantic land bridges". In Bott, M.H.P.; Saxov, S.; Talwani, M.; et al. Structure and development of the Greenland-Scotland Ridge. New York: Plenum. pp. 351–399. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1983b. Fossil mammals. (Review of) D.E. Savage and D.E. Russell, Mammalian paleofaunas of the world. Science, 221: 1282. doi:10.1126/science.221.4617.1282. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1984a. Holarctic landmass rearrangement, cosmic events, and Cenozoic terrestrial organisms. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 70(3): 459–489. doi:10.2307/2992083. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1984b). "Sweepstakes, filters, corridors, Noah's arks, and beached Viking funeral ships in palaeogeography". In Schoch, R.M. Vertebrate paleontology. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company. pp. 113–126.  (Facsimile reprint of McKenna, 1973a)
  • McKenna, M.C. 1984c. Order in mammals. (Review of) S. Anderson and J.K. Jones, Jr. (editors), Orders and families of Recent mammals of the world. Nature, 312: 675. doi:10.1038/312675b0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1985. The great American terrestrial interchange and reorganized oceanic circulation in the latest Tertiary. South African Journal of Science, 81(5): 258. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1986a. Glirology. (Review of) W.P. Luckett and J.-L. Hartenberger (editors), Evolutionary relationships among rodents: a multidisciplinary analysis. Science, 231: 166–167. doi:10.1126/science.231.4734.166. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1986b. (Review of) F.G. Stehli and S.D. Webb (editors), The great American biotic interchange. American Scientist, 74: 315. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1986c. Edentates. (Review of) G.G. Montgomery (editor), The evolution and ecology of armadillos, sloths, and vermilinguas. Science, 233: 1102–1103. doi:10.1126/science.233.4768.1102. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1986d. Mammalian phylogeny. Abstracts,. Twentieth International Numerical Taxonomy Conference, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 24–26 October 1986, 1 page. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1986e. Putting flesh onto the bones. (Review of) R.J.G. Savage and M.R. Long, Mammal evolution: an illustrated guide. Nature, 324: 186. doi:10.1038/324186a0. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1987a. A new lineage of primate-like mammals from the Eocene of Wyoming. Abstracts with Programs (Geological Society of America), 19(5): 320–321. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1987b). "Molecular and morphological analysis of high-level mammalian interrelationships". In Patterson, C. Molecules and morphology in evolution: conflict or compromise?. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 55–93. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1988a. The vertebrates updated. (Review of) R.L. Carroll, Vertebrate paleontology and evolution. Science, 239: 512–513. doi:10.1126/science.239.4839.512. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 6 February 1988. Stones, bones, names [letter to the editor]. The New York Times. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1989. Marsupials right side up. (Review of) M. Archer (editor), Possums and opossums: studies in evolution. Science, 244: 1096–1097. doi:10.1126/science.244.4908.1096. 

McKenna 1990s[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C. (1990). "Plagiomenids (Mammalia: ?Dermoptera) from the Oligocene of Oregon, Montana, and South Dakota, and middle Eocene of northwestern Wyoming". In Bown, T.M.; Rose, K.D. Dawn of the age of mammals in the northern part of the Rocky Mountain interior, North America. Special Paper (Geological Society of America). 243. pp. 211–234. ISBN 978-0-8137-2243-6. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1992. The alpha crystallin A chain of the eye lens and mammalian phylogeny. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 28: 349–360. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1993a. The horse tree. (Review of) B.J. MacFadden, Fossil horses: systematics, paleobiology, and evolution of the family Equidae. Science, 260: 1156–1157. doi:10.1126/science.260.5111.1156. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1993b. Response by Malcolm C. McKenna for the award of The Paleontological Society Medal, October 27, 1992. Journal of Paleontology, 67(4): 689–690. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1994. Early relatives of Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail. Natural History, 103(4): 56–58. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1995a. The mobile Indian raft: a reply to Rage and Jaeger. Systematic Biology, 44(2): 265–271. doi:10.1093/sysbio/44.2.265. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1995b. Biostratigraphy of the type Hsanda Gol Formation, Oligocene of Mongolia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 15(3, suppl.): 42A. doi:10.1080/02724634.1995.10011277. 
  • McKenna, M.C. (1996a). "Holarctic landmass rearrangement, cosmic events, and Cenozoic terrestrial organisms". In Chang, M. Collection of translated papers on vicariance. Beijing: Encyclopedia Press. pp. 136–173.  (Chinese translation of McKenna, 1984a)
  • McKenna, M.C. 1996b. The multituberculate alloclavicle is not homologous with the interclavicle of monotremes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 16(3, suppl.): 52A. doi:10.1080/02724634.1996.10011371. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1997. Trunk lines. (Review of) J. Shoshani and P. Tassy (editors), The Proboscidea: evolution and palaeoecology of elephants and their relatives. Science, 276: 46–47. doi:10.1126/science.276.5309.46. 
  • McKenna, M.C. 1998. Semi-isolation of the Arctic Ocean in the late Thanetian to earliest Ypresian time. Abstracts with Programs (Geological Society of America), 30(7): 118. 

McKenna 2000s[edit]

M continued[edit]

  • McKenna, M.C.; Asher, R.; Emry, R.; Tabrum, A.; Kron, D. 2002. The search for extinct relatives of modern mammals: the case of soricids and Apternodus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22(3, suppl.): 86A. 
  • McKenna, M.C.; Bell, S.K. 1997a. Classification of mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(3, suppl.): 64A. doi:10.1080/02724634.1997.10011028. 
  • McKenna, M.C.; Bell, S.K. (1997b). Classification of mammals above the species level. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-11013-6. OCLC 37345734. 
  • McKenna, M.C.; Bleefeld, A.R.; Mellett, J.S. (1994). "Microvertebrate collecting: large-scale wet sieving for fossil microvertebrates in the field". In Leiggi, P.; May, P. Vertebrate paleontological techniques. 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 93–111. ISBN 978-0-521-45900-6. 
  • McKenna, M.C.; Chow, M. 2001. New phenacodont-like mammal, late Paleocene of China. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21(3, suppl.): 79A–80A. doi:10.1080/02724634.2001.10010852. 
  • McKenna, M.C.; Chow, M.; Ting, S.; Luo, Z. (1989). "Radinskya yupingae, a perissodactyl-like mammal from the late Paleocene of China". In Prothero, D.R.; Schoch, R.M. The evolution of perissodactyls. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 24–36. ISBN 9780195060393. OCLC 19268080. 
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