Further Reading

Early Land Plants

Boyd, A., "The Thyra Ö flora: toward an understanding of the climate and vegetation during the Early Tertiary in the High Arctic." Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 62 (1990): 189-203

Boulter, M.C. & H.C. Fisher, "Cenozoic Plants and Climates of the Arctic." NATO ASI Series 1: Global Environmental Change, Volume 27, Berlin: Springer, 1994 Christie, R.L. & N.J. McMillan, "The fossil forests of Tertiary age in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago." Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 403, 1991 Harris, T.M., "The fossil flora of Scoresby Sound, East Greenland. Parts 1-5." Meddelelser om Grönland, 85(2, 3, 5); 112(1, 2) (1931-1937) Koch, B.E., "Fossil plants from the lower Paleocene of the Agatdalen (Angmartussut) area, central Nügssuaq Peninsula, northwest Greenland." Meddelelser om Grönland, 172(5) (1963) Kotyk, M.E., J.F. Basinger, P.G. Gensel & T.A.de Freitas, "Morphologically complex plant macrofossils from the Late Silurian of Arctic Canada." American Journal of Botany, 89 (2002): 1004-1013 Kvaek, Z. & S. Manum, "Ferns of the Spitsbergen Palaeogene."

Palaeontographica, Abt. B 230 (1993): 143-155 Kvaek, Z., S. Manum, & M.C. Boulter, "Angiosperms from the Palaeogene of Spitsbergen, including an unfinished work by A.G. Nathhorst." Palaeontographica, Abt. B 232 (1994): 103-128

McKenna, M., "Eocene paleolatitude, climate, and mammals of Ellesmere Island." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 30 (1980): 349-362 Mclver, E.E. & J.F. Basinger, "Early Tertiary floral evolution in the Canadian High Arctic." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 86 (1999): 523-545 Schweitzer, H.-J., "Die "teriären" Koniferen Spitzbergens."

Palaeontographica, Abt. B 169 (1974): 1-89 Schweitzer, H.-J., "Die Devonfloren Spitzbergens." Palaeontographica, Abt. B 252 (1999): 1-122

The Late Cenozoic

Bennike, O., "The Kap K0benhavn Formation: stratigraphy and palaeobotany of a Plio-Pleistocene sequence in Pearly Land, North Greenland." Meddelelser om Grönland, Geoscience, 23 (1990)

Harrington, C.R., "Life at a 3.5 million-year-old beaver pond in the Canadian Arctic Islands and the modern scene." Meridian (2001 fall/winter): 11-13; http://www.polarcom.gc.ca/pdf/ 01fall_winter_meri_en.pdf

Matthews Jr., J.V. & L. Ovenden, "Late Tertiary plant macro-fossils from localities in arctic/subarctic North America; a review of the data." In: Circum-Arctic late Tertiary/early Pleistocene stratigraphy and environments. Arctic, 43 (1990): 364-392

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