31 minutes | Feb 18th 2021

Season 2 Episode 1: Bison Through Time

Links to papers and topics mentioned in the podcast: La Brea Tar Pits website Dr. Martin’s 2018 paper “Bison Body Size and Climate Change” can be found here. Dr. Jeff Martin presentation on thermoregulation can be watched here. Dr. Martin’s research on 19 bison herds from Saskatchewan to Texas is detailed in the paper "Thermal Biology and Growth of Bison (Bison bison) Along the Great Plains: Examining Four Theories of Endotherm Body Size" by Jeff M. Martin and Perry Barboza Horner Site "The Horner Site: Taphonomy of an Early Holocene Bison Bonebed" Ph.D. Thesis of Dr. Lawrence Todd "The Ecology of Early Holocene Bison in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Wyoming: Preliminary Results from the Horner Site" by Kenneth P. Cannon, S.H. Hughes, and C. Simpson Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office listing on the Horner Site "The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex" edited by George C. Frison and Lawrence C. Todd can be found through the Wyoming Library here Additional Resources More reading on bison body size:
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