Jack A. Wolfe

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Jack Albert Wolfe
Born 1936
Died August 12, 2005
Nationality United States
Fields Paleobotany
Known for Fossil leaf analysis
Notable awards Paleontological Society Medal (2000)

Jack Albert Wolfe (1936–2005) was an American paleontologist best known for his studies of Tertiary climate in western North America through analysis of fossil angiosperm leaves.

A leaf of the fossil species Rhus malloryi, described by Wolfe and Wehr in 1987

External links[edit]

http://mcintosh.botany.org/plantsciencebulletin/psb-2006-52-2.php#Jack