published paperS (4)

4. Peredo, C.M., N.D. Pyenson, M.D. Uhen, and C.D. Marshall. 2017. Alveoli, teeth, and tooth loss: Understanding the homology of internal mandibular structures in mysticete cetaceans. PLoS ONE 12:5, 1-26. VIEW

 

3. Peredo, C.M., N.D. Pyenson, and A.T. Boersma. 2017. Decoupling tooth loss from the evolution of baleen in whales. Frontiers in Marine Science 4:67, 1-11. VIEW

 

2. Peredo, C.M., and M.D. Uhen. 2016. A new basal chaeomysticete (Mammalia: Cetacea) from the Late Oligocene Pysht Formation of Washington, USA. Papers in Palaeontology 2:4, 533-554.  VIEW

 

1. Peredo, C.M., and M.D. Uhen. 2016. Exploration of marine mammal paleogeography in the Northern Hemisphere over the Cenozoic using beta diversity. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 449:227-235.  VIEW


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9. Peredo, C. M., M.D. Uhen, and M.D. Nelson. 2017. A new kentriodontid (Odontoceti) from the Pacific Northwest sheds new light on the temporal and geographic range of the enigmatic dolphin family: In Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Calgary, Alberta.

 

8. Peredo, C. M., M.D. Uhen, and M.D. Nelson. 2017. A new kentriodontid (Odontoceti) from the Pacific Northwest sheds new light on the temporal and geographic range of the enigmatic dolphin family: In Geobiology Symposium XXV, Washington DC.

 

7. Peredo, C.M., N.D. Pyenson, and M.D. Uhen. 2016. Morphological consequences of tooth loss: A comparison of the course of the mandibular canal in mysticete cetaceans using 3D models: In Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Salt Lake City, UT. 

 

6. Peredo, C. M., N. D. Pyenson, and M. D. Uhen. 2016. Morphological consequences of tooth loss: A comparison of the course of the mandibular canal in mysticete cetaceans using 3D models: In International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Washington DC. 

 

5. Peredo, C. M., N. D. Pyenson, and M. D. Uhen. 2015. Morphological consequences of tooth loss: A comparison of the course of the mandibular canal in mysticete cetaceans using 3D models of the internal anatomy of the mandible: In Geobiology Symposium XXIV, Philadelphia, PA. 

 

4. Peredo, C. M., and M. D. Uhen. 2015. Identifying and evaluating the role of paleogeography of marine mammal dispersal across ocean regions using beta diversity metrics: In Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Dallas, TX. 

 

3. Peredo, C. M., and M. D. Uhen. 2015. Identifying and evaluating the role of paleogeography of marine mammal dispersal across ocean regions using beta diversity metrics: In Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD. 

 

2. Peredo, C. M., and M. D. Uhen. 2015. A statistical analysis of marine mammal dispersal routes across major ocean regions using beta diversity at the generic level: In Geobiology Symposium XXIII, Philadelphia, PA. 

 

1. Peredo, C. M., and M. D. Uhen. 2014. A statistical analysis of similarity in generic diversity across major ocean regions: In Secondary Adaptations of Tetrapods to Life in the Water, Washington D.C.


other publications

Translations for the following citations: 

Original citation: Buscalioni, A. D. & J. L. Sanz. 1984. Los arcosaurios (Reptilia) del Jurásico Superior – Cretácico Inferior de Galve (Teruel, España). Teruel 71:9–30.  

Translated by Carlos Peredo, Seton Hill University, 2011. 

Available on Polyglot Paleontologist 

 

Original citation: Tapia, A. 1918. Una mandibula de Dnosaurio procendente de Patagonia. Physis 4:369– 370.  

Translated by Carlos Peredo, Seton Hill University, October 2011. 

Available on Polyglot Paleontologist 

 

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