Paleontology of the Trenton Bibliography
 
   
   
                                               
   

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Adrain, J. M. 1992. Machaeridian classification. Alcheringa 16:15-32.

Andersson, J. G. 1893, Ofv. Kon. Vet-Akad. Forh., 2, p. 128.

Appollonov, M. K., S. M. Bandaletov, and I. F. Nikitin. 1980. The Ordovician-Silurian
Boundary in Kazakstan. Nauka Publishers, Alma-Ata, 300 p.

Ausich, W. I. 1996b. Chapter 17. Phylum Echinodermata. In Feldmann, R. M., and Hackathorn, M., eds, Fossils of Ohio: Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin, 70: 242-261.

Barskov I. S. 1966. Golovonogie pozdneho ordovika i silura Kazachstana i Sredneji Asii
[Cephalopods of Late Ordovician and Silurian of Kasachstan and Middle Asia]. Autoreferat dissertatcii na soiskanie utchenoji stepeni kandidata geol.-min. nauk. Izdatelstvo Moskovskogo Universitate. 200 p.

Bassler, R. S. 1915. Bibliographic index of American Ordovician and Silurian Fossils. U.S.
National Museum Bulletin, 92(1):1-718; (2): 719-1521.

Bassler, R. S. 1919. Cambrian and Ordovician. Maryland Geological Survey, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 408 p.

Bassler, R. S. 1932. The Stratigraphy of the Central Basin of Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, 38:1-83.

Bassler, R. S. 1938. Pelmatozoa Palaeozoica. In Quenstedt, W., ed, Fossilium catalogus, I:
Animalia. Part 83: W. Junk, sGravenhage, 194 p.

Bassler, R. S. and Moodey, M. W. 1943. Bibliographic and faunal index of Paleozoic
pelmatozoan echinoderms: Geological Society of America Special Paper, 45, 734 p.

Bather, F. A.1900. Pores in the ventral sac of fistulate crinoids. American Geologist, p. 307-312.

Benson, R. H., J. M. Berdan, W. A. Van Den Bold, T. Hanai, I. Hessland, H. V. Howe, R. V. Kesling, S. A. Levinson, R. A. Reyment, R. C, Moore, H. W. Scott, R. H. Shaver, I. G. Sohn, L. E. Stover, F. M. Swain, and P. C. Sylvester-Bradley. 1961. Systematic Descriptions, p. Q99-Q421. In R.C. Moore (ed.) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part Q, Arthropoda 3. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 442 p.

Bergström, J. 1968. Upper Ordovician brachiopods from Västergötland, Sweden. Geologie
and Palaeontologie, 2:1-21.

Berry, W. B. N. 1960. Graptolite faunas of the Marathon Region, West Texas. University of Texas Publication 6005, 179 p.

Berry, W. B. N. 1971. Late Ordovician graptolites from southeastern New York. Journal of Paleontology, 45:633-640.

Berry, W. B. N. 1987. Phylum hemichordate (including graptolithina), p. 613, 614, figs. 19.2, 19.5, 19.6. In R. S. Bordman, A. H. Cheetham, and A. J. Rowell, (eds.), Fossil
Invertebrates. Blackwell Science Inc., Cambridge, 713 p.

Bigsby, J. J. 1868. Thesaurus Siluricus; the flora and fauna of the Silurian period. With
Addenda (from recent acquisitions): London, J. Van Hoorst, p. I-LII +1-214.

Billings, E. 1854. On some new genera and species of Cystidea from the Trenton limestone. Canadian Journal, p. 215-218.

Billings, E. 1856. On the Crinoidea or stone lilies of the Trenton limestone with a description of a new species. Canadian Naturalist, 1:48-57.

Billings, E. 1857a. New species of fossils from Silurian rocks of Canada: Canada Geological Survey, Report of Progress 1853-1856, Report for the year 1856, p. 247-345.

Billings, E. 1857. New species of fossils from the Silurian rocks of Canada. In Report for the year 1856, of E. Billings, Esq., Paleontologist, addressed to Sir William E. Logan, Provisional Geologist. Geological Survey of Canada, Report of Progress for the years 1853 54 55 56. Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly. Toronto: printed by John Lovell, p. 256 345.

Billings, E. 1858. On the Asteriadae of the Lower Silurian rocks of Canada. Geological
Survey of Canada, Figures and Descriptions of Canadian Organic Remains, decade III, pp. 75 85, 1 diagram, 1 figure, pl. VIII, IX, X. Montreal: printed by John Lovell.

Billings, E. 1859a. On the Crinoideae of the Lower Silurian rocks of Canada. Canadian
Organic Remains, Decade 4: Canada Geological Survey, 72 p.

Billings, E. 1859b. Descriptions of some new species of trilobites from the Lower and Middle Silurian rocks of Canada. Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, 4:367-383.

Billings, E. 1860. Description of some new species of fossils from the Lower and Middle
Silurian rocks of Canada. Canadian Naturalist, 5:49-69.

Billings, E. 1863. Report on the Geology of Canada. Canadian Geological Survey Report on Progress to 1863, 983 p.

Billings, E. 1865. Paleozoic fossils. Volume 1. Containing descriptions and figures of new or little known species of organic remains from the Silurian rocks. Geological Survey of Canada (Montreal), p. 95-426.

Blake, D. B. 1990. Paleobiological implications of some Upper Ordovician juvenile asteroids (Echinodermata). Lethaia, 23:347 357.

Blake, D. B. and T. E. Guensburg. 1988. The water vascular system and functional
morphology of Paleozoic asteroids. Lethaia, 21:189 206.

Blake, D. B. and T. E. Guensburg. 1993. New Lower and Middle Ordovician stelleroids
(Echinodermata) and their bearing on the origins and early history of the stelleroid echinoderms. Journal of Paleontology, 67:103-113

Boczarowski, A. 2001. Isolated sclerites of Devonian non-Pelmatozoan echinoderms.
Palaeontologia Polonica 59, 220 p.

Bolton, Thomas E. 1960. Catalogue of type invertebrate fossils of the Geological Survey of
Canada, vol. I. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, The Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery, Ottawa, Cat. No. M41 4/1. iv + 215 pp.

Branstrator, J. W. 1975. Podial efficiency of some Ordovician asteroids (Echinodermata)
from North America. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 67: 57 69.

Bretsky, P. W., K. W. Flessa, and S. S. Bretsky. 1969. Brachiopod ecology in the Ordovician of Eastern Pennsylvania. Journal of Paleontology, 43:312-321.

Brett , C. E., T. E. Whiteley, P. A. Allison, and E. L. Yochelson. 1999. The Walcott-Rust
Quarry: Middle Ordovician Trilobite Konservat-Lagerstätten. Journal of Paleontology, 73:288-305.

Broderip, W. J. 1833. Descriptions of some new species of Cuvier’s family of Brachiopoda. Zoological Society of London Proceedings, 1:124-125.

Bronn, H. G. 1835. Lethaea Geognostica, vol. 1. E. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart. 672 p.

Brower, J. C. 1982. Phylogeny of primitive calceocrinids, p. 90-110. In J. Sprinkle, (ed.),
Echinoderm faunas from the Bromide Formation (Middle Ordovician) of Oklahoma. University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, Monograph 1, 369 p.

Brower, J. C. 1988. Ontogeny and phylogeny in primitive calceocrinid crinoids. Journal of
Paleontology, 62:917-934.

Brower, J. C. 1992a. Cupulocrinid crinoids from the Middle Ordovician (Galena Group,
Dunleith Formation) of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Journal of Paleontology, 66:99-128.

Brower, J. C. 1992b. Hybocrinid and disparid crinoids from the Middle Ordovician (Galena Group, Dunleith Formation) of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Journal of Paleontology, 66:973-993.

Brower, J. C. 1997. Homocrinid crinoids from the Upper Ordovician of northern Iowa and
southern Minnesota. Journal of Paleontology, 71:442-458.

Brower, J. C. 1999. A new pleurocystitid rhombiferan echinoderm from the Middle
Ordovician Galena Group of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Journal of Paleontology, 73:129-153.

Bruguière, J. G. 1789. Vers. Coquilles, Mollusques et Polypiers. Tableau encyclopéique et
méthodique des trios règnes de la nature 2. Agasse. Paris, p. 96-314.

Buckland, W. 1837. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. Carey, Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia, PA, United States.

Bulman, O. M. B. 1931. South American graptolites with special reference to the
Nordenskiold collection. Ark. f. Zool., K. svenska Vetensk., Bd. 24:13.

Bulman, O. M. B. 1970. Graptolithina with sections on enteropneusta and pterobranchia, p. V5-V163. In R. C. Moore and C. Teichert (eds.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology,
Part V (Revised). Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press,
Lawrence, 163 p.

Burmeister, H. 1843. Die Organisation der Trilobiten. Berlin, Georg Reimer, 147 p.

Burmeister, H. 1846. The Organization of Trilobites Deduced from their Living Affinities: with Systematic Review of the Species Hitherto Described. The Ray Society London. Butts, C. 1941. Geology of the Appalachian Valley in Virginia. Part II, Fossil plates and explanations: Virginia Geological Survey, Bulletin, 52:1-271.

Caley, J. T. 1936. The Ordovician of Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Geological Survey of
Canada Memoir, 202:21-92.

Campbell, K. S. W. 1975. The functional morphology of Cryptolithus. Fossils and Strata,
4:65-86.

Carpenter, P. H. 1891. Some publications on American Carboniferous echinoderms: Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 8: 94-100.

Castelnau, F. de. 1843. Essai sur le système sulurien de l’ Amérique septentrionale. P.
Bertrand, Paris. 56 p.

Caster, K. E. 1952. Concerning Enoploura of the Upper Ordovician and its relation to other carpoids Echinodermata. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 34:1-47.

Caster, K. E., E. A. Dalve, and J. K. Pope. 1955. Elementary guide to the fossils and strata of the Ordovician in the vicinity of Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, 47 p.

Caster, K. E., Dalve, E. A. and Pope, J. K. 1961. Elementary guide to the fossils and strata of the Ordovician in the vicinity of Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, 47 p.

Chamberlin, T. C. 1883. Geology of Wisconsin: survey 1873-1879, Wisconsin Geological
Survey 1, 725 p.

Chapman, E. J. 1861. A popular expostion of minerals and geology of Canada. Canadian
Journal, 6:149-518.

Chapman, E. J. 1863a. A popular exposition of the minerals and geology of Canada. Canadian Journal, 8:193-203.

Chapman, E. J. 1863b. A popular and practical exposition of the minerals and geology of
Canada, Toronto, 12:1-236.

Chapman, E. J. 1864. A popular and practical exposition of the minerals and geology of
Canada, Toronto, 236 p.

Chauvel, J. 1941. Recherches sur les cystoïds et les carpoïds armoricains. Mémoires de la
Société Géologique et Minéralogique de Bretagne 5: 286 p.

Chen, X., N. Yu-Nan, C.E. Mitchell, Q. Xin-Dong, and Z. Shi-Gao. 2000. Graptolites from the Qilang and Yingan formations (Caradoc, Ordovician) of Kalpin, western Tarim, Xinjiang, China. Journal of Paleontology, 74:282-300.

Clark, T. H. 1919. A section in the Trenton limestone at Martinsburg, New York. Harvard
College, Museum of Comparative Zoology Bulletin, 63:1-18.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Third annual report, Paleontological Department of Geological Survey of New York, Albany, p. 199-207.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. The Lower Silurian trilobites of Minnesota. Geology of Minnesota,
Paleontology, 3;695-759.

Clarke, J. M. 1897. The Lower Silurian trilobites of Minnesota. Minnesota Geological Survey, p. 695-759.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1982. The commoner brachiopods of the latest Ordovician of the Oslo-Asker District, Norway. Palaeontology, 25:755-781.

Cocks L R. M. and Rong Jia-yu. 2000. Strophomenida. p. 216-347. In R. L. Kaesler (ed.).
Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part H, Brachiopoda (Revised). Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 1688 p.

Conrad, T. A. 1838. Report on the Palaeontological Department of the Survey. New York
State Geological Survey Annual Report 2:107-119.

Conrad, T. A. 1839. Second annual report on the paleontological department of the survey [of New York]. New York Geological Survey Annual Report, 3:57-66.

Conrad, T. A. 1840. Third annual report on the paleontological department of the survey [of New York]. New York Geological Survey Annual Report, 4:199-207.

Conrad, T. A. 1841. Description of new genera and species of organic remains, Crustacea.
New York Geological Survey, 5th Report of the State Paleontologist, p. 25-57.

Conrad, T. A. 1842. Observations on the Silurian and Devonian systems of the United States, with descriptions of new organic remains. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8:228-280.

Cooper, G. A. 1956. Chazyan and related Brachiopoda. Smithsonian Miscellaneous
Collections, 127:1-1245.

Copper, P. 1977. Zygospira and some related Ordovician and Silurian atrypoid brachiopods. Palaeontology, 20:295-335.

Cox, L. R. 1960. General characteristics of gastropoda, p. I129-I134. In R. C. Moore and C. W. Pitrat (eds.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part I, Mollusca 1. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 351 p.

Cox, L. R., C. P. Nuttall, and E. R. Trueman. 1969. General features of bivalvia, p. N2-N129. In R. C. Moore (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6.
Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 1224 p.

Cox, L. R., 1969. Systematic Descriptions, p. N225-N907. In R. C. Moore (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 1224 p.

Cripps, A. P. 1990. A new stem-craniate from the Ordovician of Morocco and the search for the sister group of the Craniata. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 100: 27-71.

Cripps, A. P. and P. E. Daley 1994. Two cornutes from the Middle Ordovician (Llandeilo) of Normandy, France and a reinterpretation of Milonicystis kerfornei. Palaeontographica, Abteilung A, 232:99-132.

Cumings, E. R. 1908. The stratigraphy and paleontology of the Cincinnati series of Indiana: Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources, 32nd Annual Report, p. 605-1188.

Dalman, J. W. 1826. K. Svensk. Bet. Akad. Handl., p. 276.

Dalman, J. W. 1827. Om Palaeaderna, p. 91.

Dalman, J. W. 1828a. Ueberdie Palaeaden, p. 70.

Dalman, J. W. 1828b. Upställning och Beskrifning af de I sverige funne Terebratuliter.
Kongliga Vetenskapsakademien Handlingar för År 1827:85-155.

Darby, D. G. and E. C. Stumm, 1965. A revision of the Ordovician trilobite Asaphus
platycephalus
Stokes. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan, 20:63-73.

Decker, C. E. 1933. Viola limestone, primarily of Arbuckle and Wichita Mountain regions, Oklahoma. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 17: 1405-1435.

Decker, C. E. 1936. Some tentative correlations on the basisi of graptolites of Oklahoma and Arkansas. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 20:301-311.

Dehm, R. 1934. Untersuchungen an Cystoideen des rheinischen Unterdevons.
Sitzungsberichte der Mathematik-Naturwissenschaftliche Abteilung der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu München für1934, p. 19-43.

Dekay, J. E. 1824. Observations on the structure of trilobites, and description of an
apparently new genus. With notes on the geology of Trenton Falls by J. Renwick. Annales of the Lyceum of Natural History New York, 1:174-189.

Delo, D. M. 1934. The Fauna of the Rust Quarry, Trenton Falls, New York. Journal of
Paleontology, 8:247-249.

Delo, D. M. 1940. Phacopid Trilobites of North America. Geological Society of North
America, Special Paper 29:1-135.

DeMott, L. L. 1987. Platteville and Decorah trilobites from Illinois and Wisconsin, p. 63-98. In R. E. Sloan (ed.), Report of Investigations 35. Minnesota Geological Survey, Saint Paul.

Dujardin, M. F. and M. H. Hupé. 1862. Histoire Naturelle des Zoophytes Échinodermes comprenant la description des Crinoïdes, des Ophiurides, des Astérides, des Échinides et des Holothurides. Librarie Encyclopédique de Roret, Paris, 627 p.

Dyche, D.T.D. 1892a. The crinoid Heterocrinus subcrassus [column and root]: Science, 20:66.

Dyche, D.T.D. 1892b. Termination of the column of certain crinoids: American Geologist,
10:130.

Dzik J. 1984. Phylogeny of the Nautiloidea. Palaeontologia Polonica, 45:220.

Eaton, A. 1832. Geological text-book, for aiding the study of North American geology; being a systematic arrangement of facts, collected by the author and his pupils… Webster and Skinners, Albany, NY, United States (USA).

Elles, G.L. and E. M. R. Wood, 1901-1918. Monograph of British graptolites, Pts. I-XI:
Palaeontolgraphic Society Monograph, 539 p.

Emerson, N. R. 2002. Sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, and brachiopod biostratigraphy of the Ordovician (Mohawkian) Decorah Formation, mid-continent, USA . Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison , 490 p.

Emerson, N. R. 2002. Sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, and brachiopod biostratigraphy of the Ordovician (Mohawkian) Decorah Formation, mid-continent, USA. Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, 490 p.

Emmons, E. 1842. Natural History of New York, Pt. IV, Geology of New York, Pt. II,
Comprising the Survey of the Second Geological District, 434 p.

Emmons, E. 1855. American geology, containing a statement of the principles of the science with full illustrations of the characteristic American fossils. Part I, 194 p.

Evitt, W. R. 1953. Observations on the Trilobite Ceraurus. Journal of Paleontology, 27:33.

Evitt, W. R. and H. B. Whittington, 1953. The exoskeleton of Flexicalymene (Trilobita).
Journal of Paleontology, 27:49-55.

Flower, R. H. 1943. Studies of Paleozoic Nautiloidea I-VII. Bulletins of American
Paleontology, 28:128.

Flower, R. H. 1955. Status of endoceroid classification. Journal of Paleontology, 29: 329-
371.

Foerste, A. F. 1910. Preliminary notes on Cincinnatian and Lexington fossils of Ohio,
Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Dension University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 16:17-100.

Foerste, A. F. 1912. Strophomena and other fossils from Cincinnatian and Mohawkian
horizons chiefly in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Denison University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 17:17-172.

Foerste, A. F. 1914. The Rogers Gap fauna of central Kentucky: Cincinnati Society of Natural History, Journal, 21:109-156.

Foerste, A. F. 1919a. Silurian fossils from Ohio, with notes on related species from other
horizons. Ohio Journal of Science, 19:367-408.

Foerste, A. F. 1919b. Notes on Isotelus, Acrolichas, Calymene, and Encrinurus. Denison
University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 19: 65-81.

Foerste, A. F. 1920. The Kimmswick and Plattin Limestones of northeastern Missouri.
Denison University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories 19:175-224.

Foerste, A. F. 1924a. See Slocom and Foerste, 1924.

Foerste, A. F. 1924b. Upper Ordovician faunas of Ontario and Quebec. Geological Survey of Canada, Memoir 138:1-255.

Foerste, A. F. 1926. Actinosiphonate, trochocerid, and other cephalopods. Denison
University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 21:285-384.

Foerste, A. F. 1928a. American Arctic and related cephalopods. Denison University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 23:107.

Foerste A. F. 1928b. A restudy of American orthoconic Silurian cephalopods. Denison
University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 23:236-320.

Foerste, A. F. 1932. Black River and other cephalopods from Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Michigan, and Ontario. Denison University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 27:47-136.

Foerste, A. F. 1933. Black River and other cephalopods from Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Michigan, and Ontario. Denison University Bulletin, Journal of the Scientific Laboratories, 28:1-164.

Frest, T. J. 1988. Functional morphology and homologies in cornuted and mitrate
echinoderms. 797. In Burke, R. D., Miladenov, P. V., Lambert, P. and Parsley, R. L. (eds.) Echinoderm Biology. Balkema, Rotterdam, 818 p.

Fuchs, A. 1919. Beitrag zur kenntnis der devonfauna der Verseund Hobräcker Schichten des
sauerlandischen faciesgebietes. Preussischen Geologishe Landessandstalt, Jahrbuch 1918, 29(1):58-95.

Furnish, W. M. and B. F. Glenister. 1964a. Paleoecology, p. K114-K124. In R. C. Moore (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part K, Mollusca 3. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 519 p.

Furnish, W. M. and B. F. Glenister. 1964b. Nautiloidea - Tarphycerida, p. K343-K368. In R. C. Moore (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part K, Mollusca 3. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, 519 p.

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