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Peter Wilf

Publications

  • Effects of Paleocene—Eocene warming on insect herbivory
  • Paleotemperature Proxies from Leaf Fossils Reinterpreted in Light of Evolutionary History
  • Rapid recovery of Patagonian plant–insect associations after the end-Cretaceous extinction
  • Phylogenetic biome conservatism on a global scale
  • Decoding family‐level features for modern and fossil leaves from computer‐vision heat maps
  • Fossil leaf economics quantified: calibration, Eocene case study, and implications
  • Insect-damaged fossil leaves record food web response to ancient climate change and extinction
  • Digital Future for Paleoclimate Estimation from Fossil Leaves? Preliminary Results
  • Insect herbivore and fungal communities on Agathis (Araucariaceae) from the latest Cretaceous to Recent
  • Image library for: The first Gondwanan Euphorbiaceae fossils reset the biogeographic history of the Macaranga-Mallotus clade
  • Fossil berries reveal global radiation of the nightshade family by the early Cenozoic
  • The first Gondwanan Euphorbiaceae fossils reset the biogeographic history of the Macaranga‐Mallotus clade
  • Rapid character scoring and tabulation of large leaf‐image libraries using Adobe Bridge
  • The end-Cretaceous plant extinction: Heterogeneity, ecosystem transformation, and insights for the future
  • An image dataset of cleared, x-rayed, and fossil leaves vetted to plant family for human and machine learning
  • Persistent biotic interactions of a Gondwanan conifer from Cretaceous Patagonia to modern Malesia
  • The Angiosperm Terrestrial Revolution and the origins of modern biodiversity
  • First fossil-leaf floras from Brunei Darussalam show dipterocarp dominance in Borneo by the Pliocene
  • Gondwanan survivor lineages and the high‐risk biogeography of Anthropocene Southeast Asia
  • Do Southeast Asia's paleo‐Antarctic trees cool the planet?
  • A new fossil Acmopyle with accessory transfusion tissue and potential reproductive buds: Direct evidence for ever‐wet rainforests in Eocene Patagonia
  • New physaloid fruit‐fossil species from early Eocene South America
  • 2004 Paleobiology Wilf & Johnson dataset
  • Molecular dates require geologic testing
  • Peaches Preceded Humans: Fossil Evidence from SW China
  • Fossil insect folivory tracks paleotemperature for six million years
  • Habitat-Related Error in Estimating Temperatures from Leaf Margins in a Humid Tropical Forest
  • A Paleocene lowland macroflora from Patagonia reveals significantly greater richness than North American analogs
  • The last Patagonian cycad, Austrozamia stockeyi gen. et sp. nov., early Eocene of Laguna del Hunco, Chubut, Argentina 1
  • Quantification of large uncertainties in fossil leaf paleoaltimetry
  • Fossil insect folivory tracks paleotemperature for six million years
  • Green Web or megabiased clock? Plant fossils from Gondwanan Patagonia speak on evolutionary radiations
  • Sensitivity of leaf size and shape to climate withinAcer rubrumandQuercus kelloggii
  • Subfossil Leaves Reveal a New Upland Hardwood Component of the Pre-European Piedmont Landscape, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
  • First Evidence for Wollemi Pine-type Pollen (Dilwynites: Araucariaceae) in South America
  • High Plant Diversity in Eocene South America: Evidence from Patagonia
  • Decoupled Plant and Insect Diversity After the End-Cretaceous Extinction
  • Fossil fern rhizomes as a model system for biotic interactions across geologic time: Evidence from Patagonia
  • Fossil fern rhizomes as a model system for biotic interactions across geologic time: Evidence from Patagonia
  • Correlations of climate and plant ecology to leaf size and shape: potential proxies for the fossil record
  • Fossil moonseeds from the Paleogene of West Gondwana (Patagonia, Argentina)
  • Distinguishing Agromyzidae (Diptera) Leaf Mines in the Fossil Record: New Taxa from the Paleogene of North America and Germany and Their Evolutionary Implications
  • The fossil flip-leaves ( Retrophyllum , Podocarpaceae) of southern South America
  • Fossil flowers from the early Palaeocene of Patagonia, Argentina, with affinity to Schizomerieae (Cunoniaceae)
  • Testing the Impact of Calibration on Molecular Divergence Times Using a Fossil-Rich Group: The Case of Nothofagus (Fagales)
  • Papuacedrus (Cupressaceae) in Eocene Patagonia: A new fossil link to Australasian rainforests
  • Eocene Fagaceae from Patagonia and Gondwanan legacy in Asian rainforests
  • Response to Comment on “Eocene Fagaceae from Patagonia and Gondwanan legacy in Asian rainforests”
  • Eocene “Chusquea” fossil from Patagonia is a conifer, not a bamboo
  • Conifer wood assemblage dominated by Podocarpaceae, early Eocene of Laguna del Hunco, central Argentinean Patagonia
  • Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: An Eocene example
  • When are leaves good thermometers? A new case for Leaf Margin Analysis
  • Late Paleocene–early Eocene climate changes in southwestern Wyoming: Paleobotanical analysis
  • Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: An Eocene example: Comment and Reply
  • Portrait of a Late Paleocene (Early Clarkforkian) Terrestrial Ecosystem: Big Multi Quarry and Associated Strata, Washakie Basin, Southwestern Wyoming
  • Response of Plant-Insect Associations to Paleocene-Eocene Warming
  • Image library for: Putative Celtis Leaves from Eocene Patagonia are Allied with Asian Anacardiaceae

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