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Sagebiel, J. C.. 2010. Late Pleistocene fauna from Zesch Cave, Mason County, Texas. Quaternary International in press. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2009.11.029.
Saltré, F., I. Chuine, S. Brewer, and C. Gaucherel. 2009. A phenomenological model without dispersal kernel to model species migration. Ecological Modelling 220:3546-3554. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.06.026.
Sánchez Goñi, M. F., M. F. Loutre, M. Crucifix, O. Peyron, L. Santos, J. Duprat, B. Malaizé, J.-L. Turon, and J.-P. Peypouquet. 2005. Increasing vegetation and climate gradient in Western Europe over the Last Glacial Inception (122–110 ka): data-model comparison. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 231:111-130.
Sánchez Goñi, M., I. Cacho, J. Turon, J. Guiot, F. Sierro, J. Peypouquet, J. Grimalt, and N. Shackleton. 2002. Synchroneity between marine and terrestrial responses to millennial scale climatic variability during the last glacial period in the Mediterranean region. Climate Dynamics 19:95-105.
Saunders, J. J.. 1999. Morphometrical analyses of Mammuthus columbi from the Dent Site, Weld County, Colorado. Pages 55-78 in G. Haynes, J. Klimowicz, and J. W. F. Reumer (ed.). Mammoths and the Mammoth Fauna: Studies of an Extinct Ecosystem. Proceedings of the First International Mammoth Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-21 October 1995.
Saunders, J. J., E. C. Grimm, C. C. Widga, G. D. Campbell, B. B. Curry, D. A. Grimley, P. R. Hanson, J. P. McCullum, J. S. Oliver, and J. D. Treworgy. 2010. Paradigms and proboscideans in the southern Great Lakes region, USA. Quaternary International 217:175-187. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2009.07.031.
Sawada, M., A. E. Viau, and K. Gajewski. 2003. The biogeography of aquatic macrophytes in North America since the last glacial maximm. Journal of Biogeography 30:999-1017.
Sawada, M., A. E. Viau, G. Vettoretti, W. R. Peltier, and K. Gajewski. 2004. Comparison of North-American pollen-based temperature and global lake-status with CCCma and AGCM2 output at 6 ka. Quaternary Science Reviews 23:225-244.
Sawada, M. C.. 2001 Late Quaternary paleoclimates and biogeography of North America Ph.D. dissertation. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Sawada, M. C., A. E. Viau, and K. Gajewski. 2001. Critical thresholds of dissimilarity in the modern analog technique (MAT) for quantitative paleoclimate reconstruction. Pages 149-152 in 1st International Conference on Global Warming and the Next Ice Age, .
Schauffler, M., S. J. Nelson, K. B. Johnson, J. S. Kahl, and G. L. J. Jacobson. 2002 Paleoecological assessment of forest-disturbance in upper Hadlock Brook and upper Cadillac Brook watersheds Final Report to National Park Service, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor.
Schmitz, O. J., E. Post, C. E. Burns, and K. M. Johnston. 2003. Ecosystem responses to global climate change: moving beyond color mapping. BioScience 53:1199-1205.
Schubert, B. W.. 2003. A late Pleistocene and early Holocene mammalian fauna from Little Beaver Cave, central Ozarks, Missouri. Pages 149-200 in B. W. Schubert, J. I. Mead, and R. W. Graham (ed.). Ice age cave faunas of North America. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
Schubert, B. W., R. C. Hulbert, Jr., B. J. MacFadden, M. Searle, and S. Searle. 2010. Giant short-faced bears (Arctodus simus) in Pleistocene Florida USA, a substantial range extension. Journal of Paleontology 84:79-87.
Schubert, B. W., R. W. Graham, H. G. McDonald, E. C. Grimm, and T. W. Stafford, Jr.. 2004. Latest Pleistocene paleoecology of Megalonyx jeffersonii and Cervalces scotti in northern Illinois. Quaternary Research 61:231-240.
Semken, H. A., Jr., and R. W. Graham. 1996. Paleoecologic and taphonomic patterns derived from correspondence analysis of zooarcheological and paleontological faunal samples, a case study from the North American prairie/forest ecotone. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia.
Semken, H. A., Jr., R. W. Graham, and T. W. Stafford, Jr.. 2010. AMS 14C analysis of Late Pleistocene non-analog faunal components from 21 cave deposits in southeastern North America. Quaternary International. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2009.11.031.
Shih, J. G., and S. A. Finkelstein. 2008. Range dynamics and invasive tendencies in Typha latifolia and Typha angustifolia in eastern North America derived from herbarium and pollen records. Wetlands 28:1-16.
Shuman, B. N., P. C. Newby, Y. Huang, and T. Webb, III. 2004. Evidence for the close climatic control of New England vegetation history. Ecology 85:1297-1310.
Shuman, B. N., P. Newby, and J. P. Donnelly. 2009. Abrupt climate change as an important agent of ecological change in the northeast U.S. throughout the past 15,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews 28:1693-1709.
Shuman, B., P. Bartlein, N. Logar, P. Newby, and T. Webb, III. 2002. Parallel climate and vegetation responses to the early Holocene collapse of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Quaternary Science Reviews 21:1793-1805.
Shuman, B., P. J. Bartlein, and T. Webb III. 2005. The magnitudes of millennial- and orbital-scale climatic change in eastern North America during the late Quaternary. Quaternary Science Reviews 24:2194-2206.
Shuman, B., T. Webb, III, P. Bartlein, and J. W. Williams. 2002. The anatomy of a climatic oscillation: vegetation change in eastern North America during the Younger Dryas chronozone. Quaternary Science Reviews 21:1777-1791.
Siska, P. P., I.-K. Hung, and V. M. Bryant, Jr.. 2006. Correlation between pollen dispersion and forest spatial distribution patterns in the southeastern United States. Pages 159-171 in S. Prisley, P. Bettinger, I.-K. Hung, and J. Kushla (ed.). Proceedings of the 5th Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference, June 12-14, 2006, Asheville, NC. School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens.
Smith, F. A., and J. L. Betancourt. 2003. The effect of Holocene temperature fluctuations on the evolution and ecology of Neotoma (woodrats) in Idaho and northwestern Utah. Quaternary Research 59:160-171.
Smith, F. A., and J. L. Betancourt. 2006. Predicting woodrat (Neotoma) responses to anthropogenic warming from studies of the paleomidden record. Journal of Biogeography 33:2061-2076.
Smith, F. A., D. L. Crawford, L. E. Harding, H. M. Lease, I. W. Murray, A. Raniszewski, and K. M. Youberg. 2009. A tale of two species: Extirpation and range expansion during the late Quaternary in an extreme environment. Global and Planetary Change 65:122-133. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2008.10.015.
Smith, F. A., S. K. Lyons, S. K. M. Ernest, and J. H. Brown. 2008. Macroecology: more than the division of food and space among species on continents. Progress in Phyiscal Geography 32(2):115-138.
Smith, F. A., S. K. Lyons, S. K. M. Ernest, K. E. Jones, D. M. Kaufman, T. Dayan, P. A. Marquet, J. H. Brown, and J. P. Haskell. 2003. Body mass of late Quaternary mammals. Ecology 84:3403. http://esapubs.org/Archive/ecol/E084/094/default.htm.
Smith, F. A., S. M. Elliot, and S. K. Lyons. 2010. Methane emissions from extinct megafauna. Nature Geoscience 3. doi:10.1038/ngeo877.
St. Jacques, J.-M., B. F. Cumming, and J. P. Smol. 2008. A 900-year pollen-inferred temperature and effective moisture record from varved Lake Mina, west-central Minnesota, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews 27:781-796. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.1008.01.005.
St. Jacques, J.-M., B. F. Cumming, and J. P. Smol. 2008. A pre-European settlement pollen–climate calibration set for Minnesota, USA: developing tools for palaeoclimatic reconstructions. Journal of Biogeography 35:306-324. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2007.01785.x.
Stafford, T. W., Jr., H. A. Semken, Jr., R. W. Graham, W. F. Klippel, A. Markova, N. G. Smirnov, and J. Southon. 1999. First accelerator mass spectometry 14C dates documenting contemporaneity of nonanalog species in late Pleistocene mammal communities. Geology 27:903-906.
Stewart, J. R.. 2005. The ecology and adaptation of Neanderthals during the non-analogue environment of Oxygen Isotope Stage 3. Quaternary International 137(1):35-46.
Strong, W. L., and L. V. Hills. 2005. Late-glacial and Holocene palaeovegetation zonal reconstruction for central and north-central North America. Journal of Biogeography 32:1043-1062.