Geographic information on the distribution of late Quaternary mammals of the U.S.

Dataset Location:

  Site(s) Georeferenced: Yes

 Data collection summary/Methods: Data gathered from the literature

Data Available: Information on site names and numbers, location, relative and absolute chronologies, including cultural associations, depositional systems, taphonomic attributes, and mammal species from each site was recorded.

Comments: The raw data can be downloaded, or it can be queried through the website.

Citation: Russell W. Graham and  Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. (coordinators) [year]. FAUNMAP. Illinois State Museum.

From the FAUNMAP webpage: "FAUNMAP is an electronic database documenting the late Quaternary distribution of mammal species in the United States. It has been developed at the Illinois State Museum (ISM) with support from the National Science Foundation (BSR-9005144). This project is co-directed by Drs. Russell W. Graham formally of ISM and now at the Denver Museum of Natural History, and Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. from the University of Texas at Austin."

 Conditions for use: Freely downloadable from the website.

  Available via the EcoData Retriever: No