Archibald, S. Bruce
Born 1954 in Montreal. Grade school in Vancouver and Portland Oregon, where I attended "Camp Hancock," a paleontology summer camp for teenagers. High school in Durban, South Africa. Returned to Canada, attended art school in Vancouver in the mid 70's. Worked in various media (music, film, TV) until the late 80's, became a longshoreman (8 years). Enrolled at Simon Fraser University in 1995, graduated in Biology in 1998. Entered graduate programme at Harvard to study fossil insects in 1999.
- Archibald, S.B., Cover, S.P. & Moreau, C.S. 2006. Bulldog ants of the Eocene Okanagan Highlands and history of the subfamily. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 99: 486-523. PDF
- Archibald, S.B., Johnson, K.R., Mathewes, R.W., and Greenwood, D.R. (2011) Intercontinental dispersal of giant thermophilic ants across the Arctic during early Eocene hyperthermals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278: 3679-3686 PDF
- Archibald, S.B., and Mathewes, R.W. (2000) Early Eocene insects from Quilchena, British Columbia and their paleoclimatic implications. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 78: 1441-1462.
- Moreau, C. S., Bell, C. D., Vila, R., Archibald, S. B., & Pierce, N. P. (2006). Phylogeny of the Ants: Diversification in the Age of Angiosperms. Science 312 (5770): 101–104 PDF
- Poinar, G., Jr.; Archibald, B.; Brown, A. 1999. New amber deposit provides evidence of early Paleogene extinctions, paleoclimates, and past distributions. Canadian Entomologist 131:171-177. [1999-03] PDF