Paul S. Martin

Paul S. Martin was a professor emeritus of geosciences at the University of Arizona. A Pleistocene expert, he developed the idea that overhunting drove North America’s large Ice Age mammals extinct. He was also internationally renowned for his research on the long-term ecological and climatic records contained in packrat middens. He passed away in 2010.
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The Tropical Deciduous Forest and Environs of Northwest Mexico

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A Fossil Pollen Record of the American Southwest

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The Last 40,000 Years of Biotic Change

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A Prehistoric Revolution

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