Gina Semprebon
Gina Semprebon
Professor of Biology, Bay Path University
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Advances in the reconstruction of ungulate ecomorphology with application to early fossil equids
N Solounias, G Semprebon
American Museum Novitates 2002 (3366), 1-49, 2002
Dietary change and evolution of horses in North America
MC Mihlbachler, F Rivals, N Solounias, GM Semprebon
Science 331 (6021), 1178-1181, 2011
Can low-magnification stereomicroscopy reveal diet?
GM Semprebon, LR Godfrey, N Solounias, MR Sutherland, WL Jungers
Journal of Human Evolution 47 (3), 115-144, 2004
Macrovertebrate paleontology and the Pliocene habitat of Ardipithecus ramidus
TD White, SH Ambrose, G Suwa, DF Su, D DeGusta, RL Bernor, ...
science 326 (5949), 67-93, 2009
Dental senescence in a long-lived primate links infant survival to rainfall
SJ King, SJ Arrigo-Nelson, ST Pochron, GM Semprebon, LR Godfrey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (46), 16579-16583, 2005
Was grass more prevalent in the pronghorn past? An assessment of the dietary adaptations of Miocene to recent Antilocapridae (Mammalia: Artiodactyla)
GM Semprebon, F Rivals
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253 (3-4), 332-347, 2007
Dental use wear in extinct lemurs: evidence of diet and niche differentiation
LR Godfrey, GM Semprebon, WL Jungers, MR Sutherland, EL Simons, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 47 (3), 145-169, 2004
Palaeoecology of the Mammoth Steppe fauna from the late Pleistocene of the North Sea and Alaska: Separating species preferences from geographic influence in paleoecological …
F Rivals, MC Mihlbachler, N Solounias, D Mol, GM Semprebon, J de Vos, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 286 (1-2), 42-54, 2010
A comparison of the dietary habits of a large sample of the Pleistocene pronghorn Stockoceros onusrosagris from the Papago Springs Cave in Arizona to the modern Antilocapra …
F Rivals, GM Semprebon
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (2), 495-500, 2006
Trends in the paleodietary habits of fossil camels from the Tertiary and Quaternary of North America
GM Semprebon, F Rivals
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 295 (1-2), 131-145, 2010
An examination of dietary diversity patterns in Pleistocene proboscideans (Mammuthus, Palaeoloxodon, and Mammut) from Europe and North America as revealed by dental microwear
F Rivals, G Semprebon, A Lister
Quaternary International 255, 188-195, 2012
The diets of the Dromomerycidae (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) and their response to Miocene vegetational change
G Semprebon, C Janis, N Solounias
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24 (2), 427-444, 2004
Reconstructing the palaeodiet of Florida Mammut americanum via low-magnification stereomicroscopy
JL Green, GM Semprebon, N Solounias
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 223 (1-2), 34-48, 2005
Dietary interpretation and paleoecology of herbivores from Pikermi and Samos (late Miocene of Greece)
N Solounias, F Rivals, GM Semprebon
Paleobiology 36 (1), 113-136, 2010
Dietary plasticity in ungulates: insight from tooth microwear analysis
F Rivals, GM Semprebon
Quaternary International 245 (2), 279-284, 2011
Potential bark and fruit browsing as revealed by stereomicrowear analysis of the peculiar clawed herbivores known as chalicotheres (Perissodactyla, Chalicotherioidea)
GM Semprebon, PJ Sise, MC Coombs
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 18, 33-55, 2011
Paleodietary reconstruction of fossil horses from the Eocene through Pleistocene of North America
GM Semprebon, F Rivals, N Solounias, RC Hulbert Jr
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 442, 110-127, 2016
A tool for determining duration of mortality events in archaeological assemblages using extant ungulate microwear
F Rivals, L Prignano, GM Semprebon, S Lozano
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 17330, 2015
New insights into old lemurs: the trophic adaptations of the Archaeolemuridae
LR Godfrey, GM Semprebon, GT Schwartz, DA Burney, WL Jungers, ...
International Journal of Primatology 26, 825-854, 2005
Resource partitioning and niche separation between mammoths (Mammuthus rumanus and Mammuthus meridionalis) and gomphotheres (Anancus arvernensis) in the Early Pleistocene of Europe
F Rivals, D Mol, F Lacombat, AM Lister, GM Semprebon
Quaternary International 379, 164-170, 2015
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