David W. Krause
David W. Krause
Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Stony Brook University
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The theropod ancestry of birds: new evidence from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar
CA Forster, SD Sampson, LM Chiappe, DW Krause
Science 279 (5358), 1915-1919, 1998
Predatory dinosaur remains from Madagascar: implications for the Cretaceous biogeography of Gondwana
SD Sampson, LM Witmer, CA Forster, DW Krause, PM O'Connor, ...
Science 280 (5366), 1048-1051, 1998
Cosmopolitanism among Gondwanan late Cretaceous mammals
DW Krause, GVR Prasad, W von Koenigswald, A Sahni, FE Grine
Nature 390 (6659), 504-507, 1997
A pug-nosed crocodyliform from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar
GA Buckley, CA Brochu, DW Krause, D Pol
Nature 405 (6789), 941-944, 2000
The biogeographic origins of late Paleocene–early Eocene mammalian immigrants to the Western Interior of North America
DW Krause, MC Maas
Jaw movement, dental function, and diet in the Paleocene multituberculate Ptilodus
DW Krause
Paleobiology 8 (3), 265-281, 1982
Exceptional continental record of biotic recovery after the Cretaceous–Paleogene mass extinction
TR Lyson, IM Miller, AD Bercovici, K Weissenburger, AJ Fuentes, ...
Science 366 (6468), 977-983, 2019
Spatial and temporal arrival patterns of Madagascar's vertebrate fauna explained by distance, ocean currents, and ancestor type
KE Samonds, LR Godfrey, JR Ali, SM Goodman, M Vences, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (14), 5352-5357, 2012
Late Cretaceous terrestrial vertebrates from Madagascar: implications for latin american biogeography1
DW Krause, PM O'Connor, KC Rogers, SD Sampson, GA Buckley, ...
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93 (2), 178-208, 2006
Late Cretaceous vertebrates from Madagascar: implications for biotic change in deep time
DW Krause, JH Hartman, NA Wells
Natural change and human impact in Madagascar, 3-43, 1997
Competitive exclusion and taxonomic displacement in the fossil record; the case of rodents and multituberculates in North America
DW Krause
Rocky Mountain Geology 24 (special_paper_3), 95-117, 1986
Late Cretaceous bioconnections between Indo‐Madagascar and Antarctica: refutation of the Gunnerus Ridge causeway hypothesis
JR Ali, DW Krause
Journal of Biogeography 38 (10), 1855-1872, 2011
Stratigraphic analysis of Upper Cretaceous rocks in the Mahajanga Basin, northwestern Madagascar: implications for ancient and modern faunas
RR Rogers, JH Hartman, DW Krause
The Journal of Geology 108 (3), 275-301, 2000
The Late Cretaceous vertebrate fauna of Madagascar: implications for Gondwanan paleobiogeography
DW Krause, RR Rogers, CA Forster, JH Hartman, GA Buckley, ...
GSA Today 9 (8), 1-7, 1999
The first Cretaceous bird from Madagascar
CA Forster, LM Chiappe, DW Krause, SD Sampson
Nature 382 (6591), 532-534, 1996
First cranial remains of a gondwanatherian mammal reveal remarkable mosaicism
DW Krause, S Hoffmann, JR Wible, EC Kirk, JA Schultz, ...
Nature 515 (7528), 512-517, 2014
Cannibalism in the Madagascan dinosaur Majungatholus atopus
RR Rogers, DW Krause, K Curry Rogers
Nature 422 (6931), 515-518, 2003
Craniofacial morphology of Simosuchus clarki (Crocodyliformes: Notosuchia) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar
NJ Kley, JJW Sertich, AH Turner, DW Krause, PM O'Connor, JA Georgi
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (sup1), 13-98, 2010
A giant frog with South American affinities from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar
SE Evans, MEH Jones, DW Krause
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (8), 2951-2956, 2008
Imperfect isolation: factors and filters shaping Madagascar’s extant vertebrate fauna
KE Samonds, LR Godfrey, JR Ali, SM Goodman, M Vences, ...
PLoS One 8 (4), e62086, 2013
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