Jack A. Wolfe

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Jack Albert Wolfe
Born1936
DiedAugust 12, 2005
NationalityUnited States
Known forFossil leaf analysis
AwardsPaleontological Society Medal (2000)
Scientific career
FieldsPaleobotany

Jack Albert Wolfe (1936–2005) was a United States Geological Survey paleobotanist and paleoclimatologist 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