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Georgi Markov [publications, chronological order]

Markov, G. N., Spassov, N., Simeonovski, V., 2001. A reconstruction of the facial morphology and feeding behaviour of the deinotheres. — In: Cavaretta, G., Gioia, P., Mussi, M., Palombo, M. R. (eds), The World of Elephants. Proceedings of the 1st International Congress. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche — Roma, 652—655. [PDF]

Markov, G. N., Spassov, N., 2003. Primitive mammoths from Northeast Bulgaria in the context of the earliest migrations in Europe. — In: Petculescu, A., Stiuca, E. (eds), Advances in Vertebrate Paleontology ‘Hen to Panta’, Bucharest, 53—58.

Markov, G. N., 2008. Fossil proboscideans (Mammalia) from the vicinities of Varna: a rare indication of middle Miocene vertebrate fauna in Bulgaria. — Historia naturalis bulgarica, 19: 137—152. [PDF]

Markov, G. N., 2008. The Turolian proboscideans (Mammalia) of Europe: preliminary observations. — Historia naturalis bulgarica, 19: 153—178. [PDF]

Markov, G. N., Saegusa, H., 2008. On the validity of Stegoloxodon Kretzoi, 1950 (Mammalia: Proboscidea). — Zootaxa, 1861: 55—56.

Gasparik, M., Markov, G. N., 2009. Gomphotheriumannectens group’ (Proboscidea) in Hungary. — Fragmenta Palaeontologica Hungarica, 27: 73—79. [PDF]

Markov, G. N., Vergiev, S., 2010. First report of cf. Protanancus (Mammalia, Proboscidea, Amebelodontidae) from Europe. — Geodiversitas, 32 (3): 493—500. [PDF]

Vergiev, S., Markov, G. N., 2010. A mandible of Deinotherium (Mammalia: Proboscidea) from Aksakovo near Varna, Northeast Bulgaria. — Palaeodiversity, 3: 241—247. [PDF]

Garevski, R., Markov, G. N., 2011. A Deinotherium gigantissimum (Mammalia, Proboscidea) palate with deciduous dentition from the area of Veles, Republic of Macedonia. — Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 85: 33—36.

Markov, G. N., 2012. Mammuthus rumanus, early mammoths, and migration out of Africa: Some interrelated problems. — Quaternary International, 276—277: 23—26.

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