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Adrain, J. M., Lee, D. C., Westrop, S. R., Chatterton, B. D. E., and Landing, E. 2003. Classification of the Trilobite Subfamilies Hystricurinae and Hintzecurinae subfam. nov., with New Genera from the Lower Ordovician (Ibexian) of Idaho and Utah. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 41:55-105.

Adrain, J. M., Westrop, S. R., Landing, E., and Fortey, R. A. 2001. Systematics of the Ordovician Trilobites Ischyrotoma and Dimeropygiella, With Species from the Type Ibexian Area, Western USA. Journal of Paleontology 75:947-971.

Anderson, E., C. E. Brett, D. W. Fisher, P. W. Goodwin, G. J. Kloc, E. Landing, and R. H. Lindemann. 1988. Upper Silurian to Middle Devonian Stratigraphy and Depositional Controls, East-central New York. In 1986 Canadian Paleontology and Biostratigraphy Seminar, Proceedings. New York State Museum Bulletin 462, edited by E. Landing, pp. 111-134. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Anderson, R. S., Davis, R. B., Miller, N. G., and Stuckenrath, Jr, R. 1986. History of late- and postglacial vegetation and disturbance around Upper South Branch Pond, northern Maine. Canad. Jour. Bot. 64:1977-1986.

Anderson, R. S., Miller, N. G., Davis, R. B., and Nelson, R. E. 1990. Terrestrial fossils within the marine Presumpscot Formation: implications for late Wisconsinan paleoenvironments and isostatic rebound along the coast of Maine. Canad. Jour. Earth Sci. 27:1241-1246.

Anonymous, . 1860. Additions to the Cabinet, Principally Fossils. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:17-18.

Anonymous, . 1858. Catalogue of Fossils. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 11:43.

Anonymous, . 1857. Catalogue of Fossils collected by Jewett. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History (10):29-37.

Anonymous, . 1856. List of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added Jan. 1, 1855 to Jan. 1, 1856. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 9:39-48.

Anonymous, . 1855. List of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added Jan. 1, 1854 to Jan. 1, 1855. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 8:21-31.

Anonymous, . 1854. List of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added Jan. 1, 1853 to Jan, 1, 1854. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:51-65.

Anonymous, . 1853. Catalogue of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added Jan. 1, 1852 to Jan. I, 1853. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 6:25-28.

Anonymous, . 1853. Fossils which were Part of Gebhard Collection delivered by Hall to the Curator of the State Cabinet,. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 6:31-32.

Anonymous, . 1852. Catalogue of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added Jan. 1, 1851 to Jan. I, 1852. New York State Museum Annual Report 5:35-43.

Anonymous, . 1851. Catalogue of Reptiles and Amphibians Jan. 1, 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:25-28.

Anonymous, . 1851. List of Minerals, Geological Specimens, and Fosstls added Jan. 1, 1850 to Jan. 1, 1851. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:78-90.

Anonymous, . 1850. List of Mlnerals,Geological Specimens, and Fossils added .Jan.1, 1849 to Jan. 1, 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 3:27-46.

Baird, G.C., C.E. Brett, and C.A. Ver Straeten 2000 Facies and Fossils of the Lower Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian) in the Livingston County-Onondaga County Region. Report prepared for New York State Geological Association, 72nd Annual Meeting, Field Trip Guidebook.

Bartholomew, A. J., T. J. Schramm, C. A. Ver Straeten, and D. J. Over. 2009. Refining the Timing of Faunal Turnover in the Middle Devonian Appalachian Basin: Paleoecological Analysis of the Earliest Hamilton Fauna and a Revision of the Base of the Givetian Stage in Eastern North America. In New York State Geological Association, 81st Annual Meeting Guidebook, edited by F. W. Vollmer, pp. 200-225. Report prepared for New York State Geological Association, Albany, New York.

Beecher, C. E. 1888. Synoptlcal Table of the Genera and Species. Described in v . 6 of the Palneontology of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 41:363-375.

Beecher, C. E. 1886. A Spiral Bivalve Shell from the Waverlv Group of Pennsylvania. New York State Museum Annual Report 39:161-163.

Beecher, C. E. 1883. List of Species of Fossils from an Exposure of Utica Slate and Assoctated Rocks within the Limits of the City of Albany. New York State Museum Annual Report 36:78.

Beecher, C. E., and J. M. Clarke. 1889. Development of Some Silurian Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Memoir 1. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beede, J. W. 1911. The Carbonic Fauna of the Magdalen Islands. In Sixth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 149, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 93-106. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bell, B. M. 1977. Respiratory Schemes in the Class Edrioasteroidea. Journal of Paleontology 51(3):619-632.

Bell, B. M. 1976. Phylogenetic Implications of Ontogenetic Development in the Class Edrioasteroidea (Echinodermata). Journal of Paleontology 50(6):1001-1019.

Bell, B. M. 1974. A Study of North American Edrioasteroidea. New York State Museum Memoir 21. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bell, B. M., and Petersen, M. S. 1976. An Edrioasteroid from the Guilmette Formation at Wendover, Utah-Nevada. Journal of Paleontology 50(4):577-589.

Bell, B. M., and Sprinkle, J. 1978. Totiglobus, an Unusual New Edrioasteroid from the Middle Cambrian of Nevada. Journal of Paleontology 52(2):243-266.

Bishop, S. C. 1921. The Temple Hill (Orange County, N. Y.) Mastodon. Science 54(1391):170.

Blois, J.L., Feranec, R. S., and Hadly, E.A. 2008. Environmental Influences on Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Body-size Variation in California Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi). Journal of Biogeography 35:602-613.

Boucot, A. J., Landing, E., Boyce, W. D., Barr, S. M., and White, C. E. 2006. Provenance of Fossiliferous Clasts in Carboniferous Conglomerates, Isle Madame, Southern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 43:295-302.

Braddy, S. J., V. P. Tollerton, Jr., P. R. Racheboeuf, and R. Schallreuter. 2004. Eurypterids, Phyllocarids, and Ostracodes. In The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event, edited by B. D. Webby, F. Paris, M.L. Droser, and I.G. Percival, pp. 255-265. Columbia University Press, New York, New York.

Brett, C. E., Baird, G. C., Bartholomew, A. J., DeSantis, M. K., and Ver Straeten, C. A. 2011. Sequence Stratigraphy and a Revised Sea-level Curve for the Middle Devonian of Eastern North America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304:21-53.

Broughton, J. G., D. W. Fisher, Y. W. Isachsen, and L. V. Rickard. 1966. Geology of New York: A Short Account. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 20. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bryant, W. L. 1936. A Study of the Oldest Known Vertebrates, Astraspis, Eriptychius. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 76:409-427.

Bryant, W. L. 1929. A New Coccosteus from the Portage Shales of Western New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 281:41-45.

Bryant, W. L. 1929. New or Little Known Fossil Fishes from the Hamilton Shales of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 281:37-40.

Bryant, W. L., and Johnson, J. H. 1936. Upper Devonian Fish from Colorado. Journal of Paleontology 7:656-659.

Cadwell, D. H., W. M. Kelly, and L VanAller Hernick 1999 A Trip to Secret Caverns and Fossil Collecting, Schoharie County, NY. Report prepared for New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Cadwell, D. H., W. M. Kelly, and C. A. Ver Straeten 2000 Down Below and Long Ago: Geology of Secret Caverns and Fossil Collecting, Schoharie County, New York. Report prepared for New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Clake, J. M. 1893. List of Original and Illustrated Specimens in the Paleontological Collections, Pt. 2, Annelida and Cepholopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 46:201-250.

Clarke, J. M. 1925. A Natural Seismograph. Science 61(1580):391-392.

Clarke, J. M. 1924. A Colossal Devonian Glass Sponge. In Eighteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 251, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 121-122. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1924. A Hemiasdian Crustacean from New York Silurian Waterlimes. In Eighteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 251, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 119-120. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, N. T. 1924. Method of Restoring the Cohoes Mastodon. In Eighteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 251, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 131-133. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1924. Rosetted Trails of the Paleozoic. In Eighteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 251, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 128-129. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1922. The Age of the Earth from the Paleontological Viewpoint. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 61(4):272-282.

Clarke, J. M. 1921. The Oldest of the Forests. The Scientific Monthly 12(1):83-91.

Clarke, J. M. 1919. Armstrongia: A New Genus of Devonian Glass Sponges. In Fifthteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 219, 220, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 143-146. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1919. New Paleozoic Crustaceans. In Fifthteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 219, 220, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 129-142. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1919. The Death of Lady Allardyce. Science 50(1304):585.

Clarke, J. M. 1919. The Microscopic Fauna of the Bonaventure Conglomerate. In Fifthteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 219, 220, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 147-148. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1918. Possible Derivation of the Lepadid Barnacles from the Phyllopods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 4(12):384-386.

Clarke, J. M. 1917. Contributions to the Paleontology of New York Devonian Glass Sponges. In Thirtieth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 196, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 177-198. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1917. The Philosophy of Geology and the Order of the State. Science 45(1154):125-135.

Clarke, J. M. 1915. A New Glacial Park. Science 41(1054):382-383.

Clarke, J. M. 1914. A Fossil Botanical Garden. Science 40(1042):884.

Clarke, J. M. 1914. The Eastman-Zittell Paleontology. Science 39(1011):723-725.

Clarke, J. M. 1914. The Indian Ladder Reservation. Science 39(1003):418.

Clarke, J. M. 1913. A Notable Trilobite from Perce Rock. In Ninth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 164, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 138-139. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1913. Cambrian Brachiopoda. Science 37(952):488-491.

Clarke, J. M. 1913. Illustrations of the Devonic Fossils of Southern Brazil and the Faukland Islands. In Ninth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 164, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 140-210. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1913. The Maryland Devonian Books. Science 38(986):742-745.

Clarke, J. M. 1911. The Paleontological Society Address of the President. Science 33(843):284-296.

Clarke, J. M. 1909. Early Devonic History of New York and Eastern North America. Part II. New York State Museum Memoir 9. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1909. The Protection of Natural Monuments. Science 30(758):51-52.

Clarke, J. M. 1908. Early Devonic History of New York and Eastern North America; Part I. New York State Museum Memoir 9. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1908. The Beginnigs of Dependent Life. In Fourth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 121, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 146-169. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. (editor). 1905. Catalogue of Type Specimens of Paleozoic Fossils in New York State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 80. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1905. Pierce: A Brief Sketch of its Geology. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1903. New York State Museum Bulletin 80, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 134-172. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. (editor). 1905. Report of the State Paleontologist 1903. New York State Museum Bulletin 80. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1904. Naples Fauna in western New York, Part II. New York State Museum Memoir 6. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1903. Catalogue of Type Specimens of Paleozoic Fossils in New York State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 65. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1903. Construction of the Olean Hock Section. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1902. New York State Museum Bulletin 69, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 996-999. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1903. Mastodons of New York. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1902. New York State Museum Bulletin 69, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 934-958. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1903. Some Devonic Works. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1902. New York State Museum Bulletin 69, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 1231-1238. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. A New Genus of Paleozoic Brachiopods, Eunoa, with Considerations on Discinocaris, Spathlocaris and Cardlocaris. New York State Museum Bulletin 52:606-615.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. A Remarkable Occurrence of Orthoceras in the Oneota Beds of the Chenango Valley, N.Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 54(3):167-171.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Dictyonine Hexactinellid Sponges from the Upper Devonic of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 54(3):187-190.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Indigene and Alien Faunas of the New York Devonic. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 664-684. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Notes of Paleozoic Crustaceans. New York State Museum Annual Report 54(1):83-119.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Paleontologic Results of the Areal Survey of the Olean Quadrangle. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 524-528. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Paropsonema cryptophya: A Peculiar Echinoderm from the Intumescens-zone (Portage Beds) of Western New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 54(3):172-178.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. Preliminary Statement of the Paleontologic Results of the Areal Survey of the Olean Quadrangle. New York State Museum Bulletin 52:524-528.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. The Onondaga Lake Squids. Science 16(416):991.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. The Squids from Onondaga Lake, N.Y.. Science 16(415):947-948.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. The Water Biscuit of Squaw Island, Canandaigua Lake, N.Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 54(3):195-198.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. Amnigenia as an Indicator of Freshwater Deposits during the Devonic of New York, Ireland and the Rhineland. In Paleontologic Papers 2. New York State Museum Bulletin 49, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 199-204. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. Marcellus Limestones of Central and Western New York and Their Fauna. In Paleontologic Papers 2. New York State Museum Bulletin 49, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 115-138. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. New Agelacrinites. In Paleontologic Papers 2. New York State Museum Bulletin 49, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 182-198. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. Relation of New York State Paleontology to the Schools and Colleges.. Regents Report 113:359-364.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. The Maryland Eocene Book. Science 14(340):27.

Clarke, J. M. 1901. Value of Amnigenin as an Indicator of Freshwater Deposits During the Devonic of New York, Ireland, and the Rhineland. New York State Museum Bulletin 49:199-203.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. A Remarkable Occurrence of Orthoceris in the Oneonta Beds of the Chenango Valley. In Paleontologic Papers. New York State Museum Bulletin 39, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 167-171. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. Dictyonine hexactineIIid sponges from the Upper Devonic of New York. In Paleontologic Papers. New York State Museum Bulletin 39, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 187-194. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. Note on the Siluro-Devonic Boundary. Science 12(298):406-408.

Clarke, J. M. (editor). 1900. Paleontologic Papers. New York State Museum Bulletin 39. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. Paropsonema cryptophya: a Peculiar Echinoderm from the Intumescenszone (Portage Beds) of Western New York. In Paleontologic Papers. New York State Museum Bulletin 39, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 172-186. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. The Oriskany Fauna of Becraft Mountain, Columbia County, New York. New York State Museum Memoir 3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1900. The Water Biscuit of Squaw Island, Canandaigua Lake, N. Y.. In Paleontologic Papers. New York State Museum Bulletin 39, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 195-198. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1899. Geological Time. Science 10(254):695.

Clarke, J. M. 1899. Guide to Excursions in the Fossiliferous Rocks of New York State. University Handbook 15. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.

Clarke, J. M. 1899. Notes on the Early Stages of Certain Goniatites. New York State Museum Annual Report 50(2):163-169.

Clarke, J. M. 1899. Paleontology. University Handbook 13. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M. 1899. The Naples Fauna (Fauna with Mantlicoceras Intumescens) in Western New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 50(2):29-161.

Clarke, J. M. 1898. Notes on Some Crustaceans from the Chemung Group of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 49(2):729-738.

Clarke, J. M. 1898. Stratigraphic and Faunal Relations of the Oneonta Sandstones and Shales, the Ithaca and Portage Groups in Central New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 49(2):11-12, 27-81.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. Evolution of the Genera of the Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:803-840.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. List of Publications Relating to the Geology and Paleontology of the State of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:753-791.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. New or Rare Species of Fossils from the Horizons of the Livonian Salt Shaft. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:353-383.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. Report on Field -work in Chenango County. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:723-751.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. Succession of the Fossil Faunas in the Section of the Levonia Salt Shaft. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:325-352.

Clarke, J. M. 1893. On the Structure of the Carapace in the Devonian Crustacean Rhinocaris; and the Relation of the Genus to Mesothyra and the Phyllocarida. The American Naturalist 27(321):793-801.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Catalogue of the Collection of Geological and Paleontological Specimens Donated by the Albany Institute to the State Museum. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:347-369.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Coronura aspectans. New York State Museum Annual Report 44:105-109.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Genera or the Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 44:45-48.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Genus Acidaspis. New York State Museum Annual Report 44:91-101.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. List of Original and Illustrated Specimens in the Paleontological Collections, Pt. 1, Crustacea. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:373-437.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Observations on the Terataspisgrandis, Hall, the Largest Known Trilobite. New York State Museum Annual Report 44:111-114.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. On Cordania, a Proposerd New Genus of Trilobites. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:440-443.

Clarke, J. M. 1892. Terataspis grandis. New York State Museum Annual Report 44:111-114.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. Genera of the Paleozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:389-393.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. List of the Species Constituting the Known Fauna and Flora of the Marcellus Epoch in the State of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:406-407.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. List of the Type Specimens of Devonian Crustacea Described in Paleontology of New York, v.7 in the New York State Museum. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:370-373.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. The Genus Bronteus in the Chemung Rocks of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:403-405.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. The Hercynian Question: A Brief Review of its Development and Present Status, with a Few Remarks upon its Relation to the Current Classification of American Palaeozoic Faunas. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:408-437.

Clarke, J. M. 1888. Report on the Bones of Mastodon or Elephase Found Associated with Charcoal and Pottery at Attica, N.Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 41:388-390.

Clarke, J. M. 1888. The Structure and Development of the Visual Area in the Trilobite, Phacopsrana, Green. Journal of Morphology 2(2):253-270.

Clarke, J. M., and Ali, A. E.-F. 1919. An Elephant with Four Tusks. Science 50(1295):395-396.

Clarke, J. M., and Hall, J. 1895. New Species of Brachiopoda Described in Paleontology of New York, v.8, pt1 and 2. New York State Museum Annual Report 48(2):16-18, 323-372.

Clarke, J. M., and D. D. Luther. 1904. Stratigraphic and Paleontologic map of Canandaigua and Naples quadrangles. New York State Museum Bulletin 63. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M., and R. Ruedemann. 1912. The Eurypterida of New York. v. 1. and v. 2. New York State Museum Memoir 14. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M., and R. Ruedemann. 1903. Guelph Fauna in the State of New York. New York State Museum Memoir 5. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M., R. Ruedemann, and D. D. Luther. 1902. Contact Lines of Upper Siluric Formations on the Brockport and Medina Quadrangles. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 517-523. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M., and Schuchert, C. 1899. The Nomenclature of the New York Series of Geological Formations. Science 10(259):874-878.

Cooper, G. A. 1930. Upper Ordivician and Lower Devonian Stratigraphy and Paleontology of Perce, Quebec, Part II: New Species from the Upper Ordivician of Perce. American Journal of Science 20:265-288, 365-392.

Dana, J. D., Hall, J., Barrande, J., and Logan, W. E. 1861. Correspondence of Joachim Barrande, Sir William Logan, and James Hall on the Taconic System and the Age of the Fossils Found in the Rock of Northern New England, and the Quebec Group of Rocks. American Journal of Science 31(92):210-226.

De Simone, D. J., G. R. Wall, N. G. Miller, J. A. Rayburn, and A. L. Kozlowski 2008 Glacial Geology of the Northern Hudson through Southern Champlain Lowlands. Guidebook to Field Trips.. Report prepared for 71st Annual Reunion Northeastern Friends of the Pleistocene, Glens Falls, New York.

DeSantis, L. R. G., Feranec, R. S., and MacFadden, B. J. 2009. Effects of Global Warming on Ancient Mammalian Communities and Their Environments. Plos One 4(6):e5750. doi:10.1371/journal.pone..

Eastman, C. R. 1907. Devonic Fishes of the New York Formations. New York State Museum Memoir 10. The New York State Education Department, Albany, New York.

Eller, E. R. 1935. Remarkable Assemblage of Paleozoic Sponges. Pan-American Geology 63:203-206.

English, A.M., Landing, E., and Baird, G.C. 2006. Snake Hill - Reconstructing Eastern Taconic Foreland Basin Litho- and Biofacies from a Giant Melange Block in Eastern New York, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 242:201-213.

Farlow, J. O., Sunderman, J. A., Havens, J. J., Swinehart, A. L., Holman, J. A., Richards, R. L., Miller, N. G., Martin, R. A., Hunt, R. M. , Jr., Storrs, G. W., Curry, B. B., Fluegeman, R. H., Dawson, M. R., and Flint, M. E. T. 2001. The Pipe Creek Sinkhole Biota, A Diverse Late Tertiary Continental Fossil Assemblage from Grant County, Indiana. American Midland Naturalist 145:367-378.

Farnoso, N. A., Feranec, R. S., and Davis, E. B. 2013. Occlusal Enamel Complexity and Its Implications for Lophodonty, Hypsodony, Body Mass, and Diet in Extinct and Extant Ungulates. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 387:211-216.

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Goldring, W. 1943. Geology of the Coxsackie Quadrangle, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 332. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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Goldring, W. 1935. Der aelteste versteinerte Wald aus der Devon-Zeit von New York. Natur und Volk 65:151-155.

Goldring, W. 1935. Geology of the Berne Quadrangle. New York State Museum Bulletin 303. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Goldring, W. 1935. New and Previously Known Middle Devonian Crinoids of New York. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 24:349-368.

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Goldring, W. 1934. Some Hamilton Crinoids of New York and Canada. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 15(3):182-200.

Goldring, W. 1933. A New Species of Crinoid from the Devonian (Oriskany) of Maine. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History 4:153-155.

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Hall, J. 1891. On the family Orthidae of the Brachiopoda. Geological Society of America Bulletin 2:636.

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Hall, J. 1890. Some Suggestions Regarding the Subdivision and Grouping of the Species Usually Included Under the Generic Term Orthis .... Geological Society of America Bulletin 19-22.

Hall, J. 1889. Description of Linnarssonia cf. pretiosa Billings. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 7:55.

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Hall, J. 1887. Paleontology of New York Vol. 6: Corals and Bryozoa of Lower and Upper Helderberg and Hamilton Groups. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1886. Obscure Organisms in Roofing Slates of Washington County, N. Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 39:160.

Hall, J. 1885. Note on the Eurypteridae of the Devonian and Carboniferous Formations of Pennsylvania; with a Supplementary Note on Stylonurus excelsior. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 33:420-422.

Hall, J. 1885. On the Fossil Reticulate Sponges Constituting the Family Dictyospongidae. British Association for the Advancement of Science Report 54:725-726.

Hall, J. 1885. On the Lamellibranchiate Fauna of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage, Chemung, and Catskill Groups. British Association for the Advancement of Science Report 54:726-727.

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Hall, J. 1885. Paleontology of New York Vol. 5, Part II: Gasteropoda, Pteropoda and Cephalopoda of Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage, and Chemung Groups. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1884. Fossil Corals from the Niagara and Upper Helderberg Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 35:407-464.

Hall, J. 1884. Lamellibranchiate Shells of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung Groups. New York State Museum Annual Report 35:215-406g.

Hall, J. W. 1884. Machinery and Methods of Cutting Specimens of Rocks and Fossils. New York State Museum Annual Report 35:121-124.

Hall, J. 1884. Note on the Eurypteridae of the Devonian and Carboniferous Formations of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey 23-39.

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Hall, J. 1884. Preliminary Note on the Microscopic Shell Structure of the Paleozoic Brachiopoda. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Proceedings 32:266-268.

Hall, J. 1884. Species of Fossil Reticulate Sponges Constituting the Family Dictyospongidae. New York State Museum Annual Report 35:465-482.

Hall, J. 1883. Bryozoa (Fenestellidae) of the Hamilton Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 36:57-72.

Hall, J. 1883. Bryozoans of the Upper Helderberg and Hamilton Groups. Transactions of the Albany Institute 10:145-197.

Hall, J. 1883. Description of a New Species of Stylonurus from the Catskill Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 36:76-77.

Hall, J. 1883. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the Niagara Formation at Waldron, Indiana . Transactions of the Albany Institute 57-76.

Hall, J. 1883. On the Structure of the Shell in the Genus Orthis. New York State Museum Annual Report 36:73-75.

Hall, J. 1879. Corals and Bryozoans of the Lower Helderberg Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 32:141-176.

Hall, J. 1879. Fauna of the Niagara Group in Central Indiana. New York State Museum Annual Report 28:99-203.

Hall, J. 1879. New Species of Fossils from the Trenton Limestone. New York State Museum Annual Report 28:93-97.

Hall, J. 1879. Notice of Some Remarkable Crinoidal Forms from the Lower Helderberg Group. Annual Report of the New York State Museum 28:205-210.

Hall, J. 1878. Genus Plumalina. New York State Museum Annual Report 30:255-256.

Hall, J. 1876. Note Upon the Geological Position of the Serpentine Limestone of Northern New York and an Inquiry Regarding the Relations of This Limestone to the Eozoon Limestones of Canada. American Journal of Science 12:298-300.

Hall, J. 1875. Descriptions of New Species of Goniatitidae With a List of Previously Described Species. New York State Museum Annual Report 27:132-136.

Hall, J. 1874. Descrtptions of Bryozoa and Corals of the Lower Helderberg Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 26:93-116.

Hall, J. 1873. New or Imperfectly Known Forms among the Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 23:244-247.

Hall, J. 1873. Reply to a Note on a Question of Priority. New York State Museum Annual Report 23:248-252.

Hall, J. 1872. Description of New Species of Crinoidea and other Fossils from Strata of the Age of the Hudson River Group and 'I'renton Limestone. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:205-224.

Hall, J. 1872. Description of New Species of Fossils from the Hudson River Group in the Vicinity of Cincinnati, Ohio. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:225-232.

Hall, J. 1872. On the Occurrence of Trunks of Psaronius in an Erect Position Resting on their Original Bed, in Rocks of Devonian Age in the State of New York. Geological Magazine 9:463-465.

Hall, J. 1872. On the Relations of the Middle and Upper Silurian (Clinton, Niagara, and Lower Helderberg) Rocks of the United States. Geological Magazine 9:509-513.

Hall, J. 1871. Cohoes Mastodon. New York State Museum Annual Report 21:99-148.

Hall, J. 1871. On Fossil Trees from Gilboa, Schoharie County, New York. Transactions of the Albany Institute 129-131.

Hall, J. 1871. On the Fossil Bivalve Shells of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage, and Chemung Groups. Transactions of the Albany Institute 125-127.

Hall, J. 1870. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils, from the Devonian Rocks of Iowa. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 23:223-243.

Hall, J. 1870. Notes on Some New of Imperfectly Known Forms Among the Brachiopoda, Etc. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 23:244-247.

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Hall, J. 1870. Report of the Curator. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 23:5-16.

Hall, J. 1868. New or Little Known Species of Fossils from Rocks of the Age of the Niagara Group. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 20 rev.:347-438.

Hall, J. 1867. Contributions to Palaeontology. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 20:277-345.

Hall, J. 1867. Descriptions of New or Little Known Species of Fossils from Rocks of the Age of the Niagara Group. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 20:348-438.

Hall, J. 1867. Introduction to the Study of the Graptolitidae. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 20:201-275.

Hall, J. 1867. Notice of v.4 of the Palaeontology of New York. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 20:173-199.

Hall, J. 1867. On the Geological Relations of the Mastodon and Fossil Elephant of North America. The American Naturalist 1:500.

Hall, J. 1867. Paleontology of New York Vol. 4: Fossil Brachiopoda of Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, Portage, and Chemung Groups. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1866. Observations on Some Species of Spirifera. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 10:246-254.

Hall, J. 1865. On the Graptolites of the Quebec Group. Canadian Naturalist and Geologist 2:42-53.

Hall, J. 1865. On the Occurrence of an Internal Convoluted Plate within the Body of Certain Species of Crinoidea. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 10:33-34.

Hall, J. 1864. Description of New Species of Fossils from the Carboniferous Limestones of Indiana and Illinois. Transactions of the Albany Institute 4:1-36.

Hall, J. 1864. Notice of Some New Species of Fossils from a Locality of the Niagara Group, in Indiana; With a List of Identified Species from the Same Place. Transactions of the Albany Institute 4:195-228.

Hall, J. 1864. Observations Upon Some of the Brachiopoda, with Reference to the Genera Cryptonella, Centronella, Meristella, and Allied Forms. Transactions of the Albany Institute 4:125-148.

Hall, J. 1864. Preliminary Notice of Some Species of Crinoida rfom the Waverly Sandstone Series of Summit County, Ohio, Supposed to be the Age of the Chemung Group of New York. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 17:50-60.

Hall, J. 1863. Contributions to Palaeontology.. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 16:17-226.

Hall, J. 1862. Contributions to Palaeontology; Comprising Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung Groups. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 15:27-197.

Hall, J. 1862. Sur la Faune Primordiale en Amerique. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 19:725-734.

Hall, J. 1861. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York Being Some of the Results of Investigations Made During the Years 1859 and 1860. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 14:87-110.

Hall, J. 1861. On the Primordial Fauna and Point Levis, Quebec, Fossils. American Journal of Science 31(92):220-226.

Hall, J. 1861. Paleontology of New York Vol 3: Organic Remains of the Lower Helderberg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone. Part I. Text, 1859. Part II. Plates. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1860. Contributions to Palaeontology, 1858 and I859. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:53-125.

Hall, J. 1860. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the Silurian Rocks of Nova Scotia. Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science 5:144-159.

Hall, J. 1860. Supplementary Note on Palaeontology of New York v.3. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:126-128.

Hall, J. 1859. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:7-96.

Hall, J. 1859. New American Trilobites [from Hudson River group of Vermont]. Canadian Journal of Natural Sciences 4:491-493.

Hall, J. 1859. Notes Upon the Genus Graptolithus. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:45-58.

Hall, J. 1859. Notice of the Genera Ambonychia, Palaearca, and Megambonia. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:8-14.

Hall, J. 1859. Observations on Genera of Brachiopoda. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:27-44.

Hall, J. 1859. Observations on the genera Capulus, Pileopsis, Acroculia, and Platyceras. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:15-19.

Hall, J. 1859. Observations on the genera Platyostoma and Strophostylus. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:20-21.

Hall, J. 1859. Observations on the Genus Nucleospira. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:24-26.

Hall, J. 1859. Supplementary Note on the Genus Ambonychia. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:110.

Hall, J. 1859. Trilobites of the Shales of the Hudson River Group. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12:59-62.

Hall, J. 1858. Crinoids of New York [in advance of Palenotology of New York, vol. 3]. American Journal of Science 25:276-279.

Hall, J. 1858. Note Upon the Genus Graptolithus, and Description of Some Remarkable New Forms from the Shales of the Hudson River Group. Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science 4:139-150.

Hall, J. 1858. Report [on Canadian graptolites]. Progress Report-Geological Survey of Canada 109-145.

Hall, J. 1857. Descriptions of Palaeozoic Fossils. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 10:39-180.

Hall, J. 1857. On the Genus Tellinomya and Allied Genera. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 10:181-186.

Hall, J. 1855. Notes on Some Fossils of the So-called Taconic System Described by Doctor Emmons. American Journal of Science 19(57):434-345.

Hall, J. 1852. Key to a chart of the successive geological formations, with an actual section from the Atlantic the Pacific Ocean, Illustrated by the Characteristic Fossils of Each Formation. , Boston, Massachusetts.

Hall, J. 1852. Paleontology of New York Vol. 2: Organic Remains of the Lower Middle Division of the New York System. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1851. Catalogue of Specimens of the Rocks and Fossils in the Gray Sandstone, Medina Sandstone, Clinton Group, Niagara Group, Onondaga Salt Group, and a Part of the Water-lime Group. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:117-142.

Hall, J. 1851. Description of New or Rare Species of Fossils from the Paleozoic Series. In Report on the geology of the Lake Superior land district; Part 2. U S, 32nd Cong spec sess, S Ex Doc 4, edited by J. W. Foster, and J. D. Whitney, pp. 203-231. .

Hall, J. 1851. Lower Silurian System; Upper Silurian and Devonian Series. In Report on the Geology of the Lake Superior Land District; Part 2. U S, 32nd Cong spec sess, S Ex Doc 4, edited by J. W. Foster, and J. D. Whitney, pp. 140-166. .

Hall, J. 1851. New Genera of Fossil Corals. American Journal of Science 11(33):398-401.

Hall, J. 1850. Description of New Species of Fossils, and Observations Upon Some Other Species, Previously not well Known, From the Trenton Limestone. New York State Cabinet of Natural History Annual Report 3:173-183.

Hall, J. 1850. New Species of Fossils from the Trenton Limestones. New York State Museum Annual Report 3:167-175.

Hall, J. 1850. On Graptolites, Their Duration in Geological Periods, and Their Value in the Identification of Strata. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 2:351-352.

Hall, J. 1850. On the Brachiopoda of the Silurian Period; Particularly the Leptaenidae. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2:347-351.

Hall, J. 1850. On the Trails and Tracks in the Sandstones of the Clinton Group of New York. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2:256-260.

Hall, J. 1849. List of Minerals, Geological Specimens and Fossils added 1847 and 1848. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 2:65-70.

Hall, J. 1848. Catalogue of Specimens in the Paleontological Department of the Geological Survey. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 1:15p.

Hall, J. 1848. Remarks on the Observations of S. S. Haldeman 'On the Supposed Identity of Atops trilineatus with Triarthrus beckii'. American Journal of Science 5(3):322-327.

Hall, J. 1848. Upon Some of the Results of the Paleontological Investigations in the State of New York. American Journal of Science 5(2):243-249.

Hall, J. 1847. On the General Results of Investigations in the Paleontology of the Lower Strata of New York. American Quarterly Journal of Agriculture and Science 6:210.

Hall, J. 1847. Paleontology of New York Vol. 1: Organic Remains of the Lower Division of the New York System.. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J. 1846. Notice of the Geological Position of the Cranium of the Castoroides ohioensis. Boston Journal of Natural History 5(3):385-391.

Hall, J. 1846. On a Deposit at Clyde, New York, Containing a Cranium of Castoroides ohioensis. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 4:167-168.

Hall, J. 1845. Nature of the Strata and Geographical Distribution of the Organic Remains in the Older Formations of the United States. Boston Journal of Natural History 5(1):1-20.

Hall, J. 1844. Observations on Brachiopoda and Orthocerata. American Journal of Science 47:109.

Hall, J. 1844. On the Geographical Distribution of Fossils in the Paleozoic Strata of the United States. American Journal of Science 47(1):117-118.

Hall, J. 1843. On Wave Lines and Casts of Mud Furrows. American Journal of Science 45(1):148-149.

Hall, J. 1843. Remarks Upon Casts of Mud Furrows, Wave Lines, and Other Markings Upon Rocks of the New York System. Asssocation of American Geographers, Report 1:422-432.

Hall, J. 1843. The Crinoidea of the Rocks of New York, Their Geological and Geographical Distribution. American Journal of Science and Arts 45(2):349-351.

Hall, J., and J. M. Clarke. 1898. A Memoir on the Paleozoic Reticulate Sponges Constituting the Family Dictyospongidae. New York State Museum Memoir 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hall, J., and Clarke, J. M. 1894. Introduction to the Study of the Brachiopoda, pt 2,. New York State Museum Annual Report 47:943-1137.

Hall, J, and Clarke, J. M. 1892. Introduction to the Study of the Brachiopoda, Intended as a Hand Book for the Use of Students. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:449-616.

Hall, J., and J. M. Clarke. 1888. Paleontology of New York Vol. 7: Trilobites and other Crustacea of the Oriskany, Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, etc. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York.

Hall, J., and Clarke, J. M. 1882. Introduction to the Study of the Brachiopoda. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:449-616.

Hall, J., and Fritz-Gaertner, R. 1878. On the Structure of Astraeospongia meniscus. New York State Museum Annual Report 30:111-116.

Hall, J., and Rogers, H. D. 1843. On the Geographical Distribution of Fossils in the Older Rocks of the United States. American Journal of Science 45(1):157-160.

Hall, J. T., and Whitfield, R. P. 1877. Paleontology. Publication of the King Survey 197-302.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1875. Crinoidea of the Waverly Group. Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin Rpt 2(pt 2):162-179.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1875. Crinoids of the Genesee Slate and Cheming Group. Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin Rprt 2(pt 2):158-161.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1875. Descriptions of Invertebrate Fossils,Mainly from the Silurian System. Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin Rpt 2(pt 2):65-157.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1873. Descriptions of Devonian Fossils. New York State Museum Annual Report 23:223-243.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1872. Description of New Species of Fossils from the Vicinity of Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:181-200a.

Hall, J., and Whitfield, R. P. 1872. Remarks on Some Peculiar Impressions in Sandstone of Ohemuug Group, New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:201-204.

Hart, J. P. 2011. The Immeasurable Value of Grants. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(4):10-13.

Hartnagel, C. A. 1928. Stark's Knob. Rocks & Minerals 3:84-85.

Haugh, B. N., and Bell, B. M. 1980. Fossilized Viscera in Primitive Echinoderms. Science 209:653-657.

Hernick, L.A. 2003. The Gilboa Fossils. New York State Museum Circular 65. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Jackson, S. T., and Miller, N. G. 1983. Paleoecology of a fossil plant assemblage from a pre-Wisconsinan till in southern Illinois. Am. Midl. Nat. 109:120-135.

James, H. F., Stafford, Jr., T. W., Steadman, D. W., Olson, S. L., Martin, P. S., Jull, A. J. T., and McCoy, P. C. 1987. Radiocabon Dates on Bones of Extinct Birds from Hawaii. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84:2350-2354.

Kilfoyle, C. F. 1959. Catalog of Type Specimens of Fossils in the New York State Museum: Supplement 5. New York State Museum Bulletin 376. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Kilfoyle, C. F. 1954. Catalogue of Type Specimens of Fossils in New York State Museum, Supplement 4. New York State Museum Bulletin 348. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Kim, D. K., Westrop, S. R., and Landing, E. 2002. Middle Cambrian (Acadian Series) Conocorhyphid and Paradoxidid Trilobites from the Upper Chamberlain's Brook Formation, Newfoundland and New Brunswick. Journal of Paleontology 76:822-842.

Kirchman, J. J. 2009. Genetic Tests of Rapid Parallel Speciation of Flightless Birds from an Extant Volant Ancestor. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96:601-616.

Kirchman, J. J., and Franklin, J. D. 2007. Comparative Phylogeography and Genetic Structure of Vanuatu Birds: Control Region Variation in a Rail, a Dove, and a Passerine. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43:14-23.

Kirchman, J. J., and Steadman, D. W. 2007. New Species of Extinct Rails (Aves: Rallidae) from Archaeological Sites in the Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia. Pacific Science 61(1):145-163.

Kroeger, B., Beresi, M.S., and Landing, E. 2007. Early Orthoceratoid Cephalopods from the Argentine Precordillera (Lower--Middle Ordovician). Journal of Paleontology 81:1266-1283.

Kroger, B., and Landing, E. 2010. Early Ordovician Community Evolution with Eustatic Change Through the Middle Beekmantown Group, Northeast Laurentia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 294:174-188.

Kroger, B., and Landing, E. 2009. Cephalopods and Paleoenvironments of the Fort Cassin Formation (upper Lower Ordovician), Eastern New York and Adjacent Vermont. Journal of Paleontology 83:664-693.

Kroger, B., and Landing, E. 2008. Onset of the Ordovician Cephalopod Radiation-evidence from the Rochdale Formation (middle Early Ordovician, Stairsian) in Eastern New York. Geological Magazine 145:490-520.

Kroger, B., and Landing, E. 2007. The Earliest Ordovician Cephalopods of Eastern Laurentia--Ellesmerocerids of the Tribes Hill Formation, Eastern New York. Journal of Paleontology 81(5):841-857.

Labandeira, C. C., Trembly, S. L., Bartowski, K. E., and VanAller Hernick, L. 2014. Middle Devonian Liverwort Herbivory and Antiherbivore Defence. New Phytologist 202:247-258.

Landing, E. 2012. Time-specific Black Mudstones and Global Hyperwarming on the Cambrian-Ordovician Slope and Shelf of the Laurentia Palaeocontinent. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 367-368:256-272.

Landing, E. 2011. No Late Cambrian Shoreline Ice in Laurentia. GSA Today 21:e19.

Landing, E. 2010. When the Phyla Came Marching In: Modern Marine Organisms Originate in the Cambrian Period. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(2):9.

Landing, E. 2009. Evolution, Environments, and the Earliest Squid Relatives. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(4):7, 15.

Landing, E. 2007. America's First Science Parks. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3(3):16.

Landing, E. 2007. Dedication to S. W. Ford. In S.W. Ford Memorial Volume: Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia. New York State Museum Bulletin 510, edited by E. Landing, pp. 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 2007. East Laurentia 2007-A Pre-meeting Statement. In S.W. Ford Memorial Volume: Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia. New York State Museum Bulletin 510, edited by E. Landing, pp. 3-4. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 2007. Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia-Geologic Setting and Controls on Deposition along the New York Promontory Region. In S.W. Ford Memorial Volume: Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia. New York State Museum Bulletin 510, edited by E. Landing, pp. 5-24. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 2007. Fabulous Fossils-300 Years of Worldwide Research on Trilobites: An Introduction. In Fabulous Fossils: 300 Years of Worldwide Research on Trilobites. New York State Museum Bulletin 507, edited by D.G. Mikulic, E. Landing, and J. Kluessendorf, pp. 1-2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 2006. State Fossils and New York State's Eurypterus remipes. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(2):16.

Landing, E. 2005. Ancient Life. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L.-E. Moss, pp. 83-86. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Landing, E. 2005. Early Paleozoic Avalon -- Gondwana Unity: An Obituary -- Response to 'Palaeontological Evidence Bearing on Global Ordovician-Silurian Continental Reconstructions' by R. R. Fortey and L. R. M. Cocks. Earth-Science Reviews 69:169-175.

Landing, E. 2005. Fabulous Fossils-The State Museum's Trilobites. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(2):8-9.

Landing, E. 2004. Fossils and "Deep Time" In New York. New York State Museum Educational Leaflet 35. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.

Landing, E. 2003. Self-Taught American Scientist. New York Archives 2(4):13-15.

Landing, E. 2002. Early Paleozoic sea Levels and Climates: New Evidence from the East Laurentian Shelf and Slope. In Guidebook for Fieldtrips in New York and Vermont, edited by J. McLelland, and P. Karabinos, pp. C6-1-C6-22. Report prepared for New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference 94th Annual Meeting and New York State Geological Association 74th Annual Meeting, Lake George, New York.

Landing, E. 1998. Avalon 1997-A Pre-meeting Viewpoint. In AVALON 1997-The Cambrian standard. Third International Field Conference of the Cambrian Chronostratigraphy Working Group and I.G.C.P. Project 366 (Ecological Aspects of the Cambrian Radiation). New York State Museum Bulletin 492, edited by E. Landing, and S. R. Westrop, pp. 1-3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1998. Cambrian Subdivisions and Correlations: Introduction. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 35:321, 322.

Landing, E. 1996. Avalon-Insular Continent by the Latest Precambrian. In Avalonian and Related Peri-Gondwanan Terranes of the Circum-North Atlantic. Special Paper 304, edited by R. D. Nance, and M. Thompson, pp. 27-64. Geological Society of America.

Landing, E. 1995. MOROCCO '95-The Lower-Middle Cambrian Standard of Western Gondwana. In MOROCCO '95-The Lower-Middle Cambrian Standard of Western Gondwana. Special Issue 2, edited by G. Geyer, and E. Landing, pp. 5, 6. Beringeria.

Landing, E. 1995. Upper Lower Cambrian (upper Placentian-Branchian Series) of the Northern Antigonish Highlands, Nova Scotia: Faunas, and Revised Stratigraphy. Journal of Paleontology 69:475-495.

Landing, E. 1995. Upper Placentian-Branchian Series of Mainland Nova Scotia (Middle-Upper Lower Cambrian): faunas, Paleoenvironments, and Stratigraphic Revision. Journal of Paleontology 69:475-495.

Landing, E. 1994. Precambrian-Cambrian Global Stratotype Ratified and a New Perspective of Cambrian Time. Geology 22:179-182.

Landing, E. 1994. Pseudopanderodus; Junior Synonym of Panderodus (Conodonta). Journal of Paleontology 68:1165.

Landing, E. 1993. Cambrian-Ordovician Boundary in the Taconic Allochthon, Eastern New York, and Its Interregional Correlation. Journal of Paleontology 67:1-19.

Landing, E. 1993. In Situ Earliest Cambrian Tube Worms and the Oldest Metazoan-Constructed Biostrome (Placentian Series, Southeastern Newfoundland. Journal of Paleontology 67:333-342.

Landing, E. 1992. Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary GSSP, SE Newfoundland: Biostratigraphy and Geochronology. Bulletin of Liason of the Subcommission on Geochronology 11:6-8.

Landing, E. 1992. Lower Cambrian of southeastern Newfoundland: Epeirogeny and Lazarus Faunas, Lithofacies-Biofacies Linkages, and the Myth of a Global Chronostratigraphy. In Origins and Early Evolution of Metazoa, edited by J. Lipps, and P. W. Signor, pp. 283-309. Plenum Press, New York, New York.

Landing, E. 1992. Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary GSSP, SE Newfoundland: Biostratigraphy and Geochronology.. Bulletin of Liason of the Subcommission on Geochronology 11:6-8.

Landing, E. (editor). 1992. Studies in Stratigraphy and Paleontology in Honor of Donald W. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 481. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1991. A View from the Hudson: Hudson-Mohawk Lowlands and Taconic Mountains. In Geology of New York: A Simplified Account. New York State Museum Educational Leaflet 28, edited by Y. W. Isachsen, E. Landing, J. M. Lauber, L. V. Rickard, and W. B. Rogers, pp. 53-65. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1991. Field trip 3B: Aspects of Paleozoic Geology in the Albany Region. In Association of American State Geologists Annual Meeting, Field Trip Guide, May 49, 1991, edited by P. R. Whitney, pp. 41-50. Report prepared for , Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1991. Upper Precambrian through Lower Cambrian of Cape Breton Island: Faunas, Paleoenvironments, and Stratigraphic Revision. Journal of Paleontology, 65:570-595.

Landing, E. 1989. Paleoecology and Distribution of the Early Cambrian Rostroconch Watsonella crosbyi Grabau. Journal of Paleontology 63(5):566-573.

Landing, E. 1988. Bibliography of George Frederic Matthew. In Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary. New York State Museum Bulletin 463, edited by E. Landing, G. M. Narbonne, and P. Myrow, pp. 1-3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1988. CambrianOrdovician boundary in North America: Revised Tremadocian Correlations, Unconformities, and 'Glacioeustasy'. In The Canadian Paleontology and Biostratigraphy Seminar, Proceedings. New York State Museum Bulletin 462, edited by E. Landing, pp. 48-58. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1988. Depositional Tectonics and Biostratigraphy of the Western Portion of the Taconic Allochthon, Eastern New York State. In The Model T Reconsidered: Proceedings from the World of the Model T Conference. New York State Museum Bulletin 462, edited by E. Landing, pp. 96-110. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1988. Lower Cambrian of Eastern Massachusetts: Stratigraphy and Small Shelly Fossils. Journal of Paleontology 62:661-695.

Landing, Ed (editor). 1988. The Canadian Paleontology and Biostratigraphy Seminar, Albany, NY, Sept. 29 - Oct. 1, 1986. New York State Museum Bulletin 462. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E. 1988. Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the PrecambrianCambrian Boundary--A Pre-meeting Viewpoint. In Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary. New York State Museum Bulletin 463, edited by E. Landing, G. M. Narbonne, and P. Myrow, pp. 1-3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, North Carolina.

Landing, E. 1984. Skeleton of Lapworthellids and the Suprageneric Classification of Tommotiids (Early and Middle Cambrian Phosphatic Problematica). Journal of Paleontology 58(6):1380-1398.

Landing, E. 1983. Highgate Gorge: Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Continental Slope Deposition and Biostratigraphy, Northwestern Vermont. Journal of Paleontology 57(6):1149-1187.

Landing, E. 1981 Conodont Biostratigraphy and Thermal Color Alteration Indices of the Upper St. Charles and Lower Garden City Formations: Evidence for an Interformational Diachronous Unconformity in the Bear River Range, northern Utah and Southeastern Idaho. Report prepared for U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., Adrian, J. M., Westrop, S. R., and Kroger, B. 2012. Tribes Hill-Rochdale Formations in East Laurentia: Proxies for Early Ordovician (Tremadocian) Eustasy on a Tropical Passive Margin (New York and West Vermont). Geological Magazine 149:93-123.

Landing, E., and Barnes, C. R. 1981. Conodonts from the Cape Clay Formation (Lower Ordovician), Southern Devon Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 18:1609-1628.

Landing, E., Barnes, C. R., and Stevens, R. K. 1986. Tempo of Earliest Ordovician Graptolite Faunal Succession: Conodont-based Correlations from the Tremadocian of Quebec. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 23(12):1928-1949.

Landing, E., and Bartowski, K. E. 1996. Oldest Shelly Fossils from the Taconic Allochthon and Late Early Cambrian Sea-Levels in Eastern Laurentia. Journal of Paleontology 70:741-761.

Landing, E., and A. P. Benus 1988 Cambrian Depositional History and Stratigraphy, Avalon-Bonavista Region, Southeastern Newfoundland. Geological Association of Canada, Field Trip Guide A.3. Report prepared for , St. John's, Newfoundland.

Landing, E., and A. P. Benus. 1988. Stratigraphy of the Bonavista Group, Southeastern Newfoundland: Growth Faults and the Distribution of the Sub-trilobitic Lower Cambrian. In Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary. New York State Museum Bulletin 463, edited by E. Landing, G. M. Narbonne, and P. Myrow, pp. 69-71. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., and A. P. Benus. 1985. The Levis Formation: Passive Margin Slope Processes and Dynamic Stratigraphy in the Western Area. In Field Trips Guidebook. Canadian Paleontology and Biostratigraphy Seminar, Ste. Foy, Quebec, edited by J. F. Riva, pp. 1-11. Universite Laval Press, Quebec.

Landing, E., Bowring, S. A., Davidek, K. L., Rushton, A., Fortey, R. A., and Wimbledon, W. A. P. 2000. Cambrian--Ordovician Boundary Age and Duration of the Lowest Ordovician Tremadoc Series Based on U-Pb Zircon Dates from Avalonian Wales. Geological Magazine 137:486-494.

Landing, E., and Brett, C. E. 1987. Trace Fossils and Regional Significance of a Middle Devonian (Givetian) Disconformity in Southwestern Ontario. Journal of Paleontology 61(2):205-230.

Landing, E., English, A., and Keppie, J. D. 2010. Cambrian Origin of All Skeletalized Metazoan Phyla--Discovery of Earth's Oldest Bryozoans (Upper Cambrian, Southern Mexico). Geology 38:547-550.

Landing, E., and Fortey, R. A. 2011. Tremadocian (Lower Ordovician) Biotas and Sea-level Changes on the Avalon Microcontinent. Journal of Paleontology 85:680-696.

Landing, E., D. A. Franzi, J. W. Hagadorn, S. R. Westrop, B. Kroger, and J. C. Dawson. 2007. Cambrian of East Laurentia: Field Workshop in Eastern New York and Western Vermont. In S.W. Ford Memorial Volume: Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia. New York State Museum Bulletin 510, edited by E. Landing, pp. 25-71. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., and Geyer, G. 2007. Reply: 'Distinguishing Eustatic and Epeirogenic Controls on Lower-Middle Cambrian Boundary Successions in West Gondwana (Morocco and Iberia),' by Ed Landing, Gerd Geyer, and Wolfram Heldmaier, Published in Sedimentology (2006). Sedimentology 53(4):899-918.

Landing, E., and G. Geyer. 1995. Morocco '95--The Lower-Middle Cambrian Standard of Western Gondwana. In Morocco '95--The Lower-Middle Cambrian Standard of Western Gondwana. Beringeria Special Issue 2, edited by G. Geyer, and E. Landing, pp. 5, 6. .

Landing, E., Geyer, G., and Bartowski, K. E. 2002. Latest Early Cambrian Small Shelly Fossils, Trilobites, and Hatch Hill Dysaerobic Interval on the Qu'bec Continental Slope. Journal of Paleontology 76:287-305.

Landing, E., Geyer, G., Brasier, M. D., and Bowring, S. A. 2013. Cambrian Evolutionary Radiation: Context, Correlation, and Chronostratigraphy--Overcoming Deficiencies of the First Appearance Datum (FAD) Concept. Earth-Science Reviews 123:133-172.

Landing, E., Geyer, G., Buchwaldt, R,, and Bowring, S.A. 2014. Geochronology of the Cambrian: a precise Middle Cambrian U-Pb zircon date from the German margin of West Gondwana. Geology Magazine (2014):doi:10.1017/S0016756814000119.

Landing, E., Geyer, G., and Heldmaier , W. 2006. Distinguishing Eustatic and Epeirogenic Controls on Lower-Middle Cambrian Boundary Successions in West Gondwana (Morocco and Iberia). Sedimentology 54:899-918.

Landing, E., G. Geyer, and W. Heldmaier . 1995. First African Lapworthellid: Lapworthella vandali n. sp. From the Lower Middle Cambrian Boundary Interval of Morocco. In MOROCCO '95-The Lower-Middle Cambrian Cambrian Standard of Western Gondwana. Special Issue 2, edited by G. Geyer, and E. Landing, pp. 243-253. Beringeria.

Landing, E., Johnson, S. C., and Geyer, G. 2008. Faunas and Cambrian Volcanism on the Avalonian Marginal Platform, Southern New Brunswick. Journal of Paleontology 82:884-905.

Landing, E., and Kroger, B. 2012. Cephalopod Ancestry and Ecology of the Hyolith 'Allatheca' degeeri s.l. in the Cambrian Evolutionary Radiation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 353-355:21-30.

Landing, E., and Kroger, B. 2009. The Oldest Cephalopods from East Laurentia. Journal of Paleontology 83:123-127.

Landing, E., and Ludvigsen, R. 1984. Classification and Conodont-based Sge of the Ordovician Trilobite Ellsaspis (middle Arenigian, Ville Guay, Quebec). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 21(12):1483-1490.

Landing, E., Mohibullah, M., and Williams, M. 2013. First Middle Ordovician Ostracods from Western Avalonia: Paleogeographical and Paleoenvironmental Significance. Journal of Paleontology 87:269-276.

Landing, E., and Murphy, J. B. 1991. Uppermost Precambrian(?)-Lower Cambrian of Mainland Nova Scotia: Faunas, Depositional Environments, and Stratigraphic Revision. Journal of Paleontology 65:382-396.

Landing, E., Myrow, P., Benus, A. P., and Narbonne, G. M. 1989. The Placentian Series: Appearance of the Oldest Skeletalized Faunas in Southeastern Newfoundland. Journal of Paleontology 63:739-769.

Landing, E., and Narbonne, G. M. 1992. Comment on: Scenella and 'A Chondrophine (medusoid hydrozoan) from the Basal Cambrian of Newfoundland'. Journal of Paleontology 66:338, 339.

Landing, E., G. M. Narbonne, and P. Myrow (editors). 1988. Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the PrecambrianCambrian Boundary. New York State Museum Bulletin 463. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., Peng, S., Babcock, L.E., Geyer, G., and Moczydlowska-Vidal, M. 2007. Global Standard Names for the Lowermost Cambrian Series and Stage. Episodes 30(4):287-289.

Landing, E., Reyes, S. P., Andreas, A. L., and Bowser, S. S. 2012. First Discovery of Early Palaeozoic Bathysiphon (Foraminifera) - Test Structure and Habitat of a 'Living Fossil'. Geological Magazine 149:1013-1022.

Landing, E., and J. B. Skiba (editors). 1997. Guide to the Geology of John Boyd Thatcher Park (Indian Ladder Region) and Vicinity.. New York State Museum Handbook 14 (repr. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., and M. E. Taylor. 1981. Part III. Middle and Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the central Rocky Mountains, Utah and Idaho. Stop 9B.1: Upper St. Charles and Lower Garden City Formations at Franklin Basin, Northern Bear River Range, Idaho. In Cambrian Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Great Basin and Vicinity, Western United States, edited by M. E. Taylor, pp. 165-168. Report prepared for Second International Symposium on the Cambrian System, Guidebook for Field Trip, Golden, Colorado.

Landing, E., and Wardlaw, B. R. 1981. Atokan Conodonts from the Pennsylvanian Outlier of the Michigan Basin. Journal of Paleontology 55:1251-1269.

Landing, E, and Westrop, S. R. 2006. Lower Ordovician Faunas, Stratigraphy, and Sea-level History of the Middle Beekmantown Group, Northeastern New York. Journal of Paleontology 80:958-980.

Landing, E., and S. R. Westrop. 2004. Environmental Patterns in the Origin and Evolution and Diversification Loci of Early Cambrian Skeletalized Metazoa: Evidence from the Avalon Microcontinent. In Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Biological Revolutions. Papers 10, edited by J. H. Lipps, and B. Wagoner, pp. 93-105. Paleontological Society.

Landing, E., and S. R. Westrop. 1998. Cambrian Faunal Sequence and Depositional History of Avalonian Newfoundland and New Brunswick: Field Workshop. In Avalon 1997-The Cambrian standard. Third International Field Conference of the Cambrian Chronostratigraphy Working Group and I.G.C.P. Project 366 (Ecological Aspects of the Cambrian Radiation). New York State Museum Bulletin 492, edited by E. Landing, and S. R. Westrop, pp. 5-75. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., and S. R. Westrop. 1998. Revisions in Stratigraphic Nomenclature of the Cambrian of Avalonian North America and Comparisons with Avalonian Britain. In Avalon 1997-The Cambrian standard. Third International Field Conference of the Cambrian Chronostratigraphy Working Group and I.G.C.P. Project 366 (Ecological Aspects of the Cambrian radiation). New York State Museum Bulletin 492, edited by E. Landing, and S. R. Westrop, pp. 76-87. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Landing, E., Westrop, S. R., and Adrian, J. M. 2011. The Lawsonian Stage - the Eoconodontus Notchpeakensis FAD and HERB Carbon Isotope Excursion Define a Globally Correlatable Terminal Cambrian Stage. Bulletin of Geosciences 86:621-640.

Landing, E., Westrop, S.R., and Keppe, J.D. 2007. Terminal Cambrian and Lowest Ordovician Succession of Mexican West Gondwana: Biotas and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Tinu Formation. Geological Magazine 144(6):909-936.

Landing, E., Westrop, S. R., and Kim, D. H. 2003. First Middle Ordovician Biota from Southern New Brunswick: Stratigraphic and Tectonic Implications for the Evolution of the Avalon Continent. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 40:715-730.

Landing, E., Westrop, S. R., and Knox, L. A. 1996. Conodonts, Stratigraphy, and Relative Sea-Level Changes of the Tribes Hill Formation (Lower Ordovician, East-Central New York). Journal of Paleontology 70:656-680.

Landing, E., Westrop, S. R., Kroger, B., and English, A. M. 2011. Left Behind--Delayed Extinction and a Relict Trilobite Fauna in the Cambrian--Ordovician Boundary Succession (East Laurentian Platform, New York). Geological Magazine 148:529-557.

Landing, E, Westrop, S. R., and Van Aller Hernick, L. 2003. Uppermost Cambrian Lower Ordovician Faunas and Laurentian Platform Sequence Stratigraphy, Eastern New York and Vermont. Journal of Paleontology 77:78-98.

Landing, E., and E. L. Yochelson. 1982. Donald W. Fisher--State Paleontologist 1955-1982. In Studies in Stratigraphy and Paleontology in Honor of Donald W. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 481, edited by E. Landing, pp. 1-4. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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Luther, D. D. 1906. Geology of the Penn Yan-Hammondsport Quadrangles. New York State Museum Bulletin 101. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Luther, D. D., and J. M. Clarke. 1904. Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Map of Canandaigua and Naples Quadrangles. New York State Museum Bulletin 63. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Maher, L. J., , Miller, N. G., Baker, R. G., Curry, B. B., and Mickelson, D. M. 1998. Paleobiology of the Sand Beneath Valders Till at Valders, Wisconsin. Quaternary Research 49:208-221.

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Mikulic, D.G., E. Landing, and J. Kluessendorf (editors). 2007. Fabulous Fossils: 300 Years of Worldwide Research on Trilobites. New York State Museum Bulletin 507. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G. 2008. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon, on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils. In Mastodon Paleobiology, Taphonomy, and Paleoenvironment in the Late Pleistocene of New York State: studies on the Hyde Park, Chemung, and North Java Sites. Palaeontographica Americana 61, edited by W. D. Allmon, and P. L. Nester, pp. 151-181. Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, New York.

Miller, N. G. 2008. The Cohoes Mastodon and Younger Dryas in Eastern New York. In Glacial Geology of the Northern Hudson Through Southern Champlain lowlands. Guidebook to Field Trips., edited by D. J. De Simone, G. R. Wall, N. G. Miller, J. A. Rayburn, and A. L. Kozlowski, pp. 19-25. Report prepared for 71st Annual Reunion Northeastern Friends of the Pleistocene, Glens Falls, New York.

Miller, N. G. 2006. More on Mastodons and Their Extinction. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(2):4-5.

Miller, N. 2004. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils. Bulletins of American Paleontology 62:

Miller, N. G. 1999. Pleurocladula albescens in the Late-Pleistocene of Vermont, U.S.A., and on the Rarity of Hepaticae in Glacial Sediments. Haussknechtia Beih. 9:251-257.

Miller, N. G. 1997. Fossil Mosses in Holocene Alluvium: A Case study from New York State and Prospects. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81:171-180.

Miller, N. G. 1993. New Late-Pleistocene Moss Assemblages from New England, U.S.A., and Their Bearing on the Migrational History of the North American Moss Flora. Jour. Hattori Bot. Lab. 75:235-248.

Miller, N. G. 1990. Plant macrofossils. In Biological Techniques in Paleoecological Interpretation, edited by A. V. Morgan, pp. 30-72. Quaternary Sciences Institute. University of Waterloo, Ontario.

Miller, N. G. 1990. The management of rare plants: Suggestions derived from paleoecological studies of late-Pleistocene floras. In Proceedings of the 15th Annual Natural Areas Conference. New York State Museum Bulletin 471, edited by R. S. Mitchell, C. J. Sheviak, and D. J. Leopold, pp. 159-162. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Late-Pleistocene Anthelia (Hepaticae), an arctic-alpine, snow-bed indicator at a low elevation site in Massachusetts, U.S.A.. Journal of Bryology 15:583-588.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Pleistocene and Holocene floras of New England as a framework for interpreting aspects of plant rarity. Rhodora 91:49-69.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Structurally preserved leaves of Harrimanella hypnoides (Ericaceae): Paleoecology of a new North American late-Pleistocene fossil. American Journal of Botany 76:1089-1095.

Miller, N. G. 1988. Review of: C. Oostendorp, The Bryophytes of the Palaeozoic and the Mesozoic. Bryologist 91:69.

Miller, N. G. 1988. The late Quaternary Hiscock Site, Genesee County, New York: paleoecological studies based on pollen and plant macrofossils. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 33:83-93 + foldout.

Miller, N. G. 1987. Phytogeography and paleoecology of a late Pleistocene moss assemblage from northern Vermont. Mem. New York Bot. Garden 45:242-258.

Miller, N. G. 1984. Tertiary and Quaternary fossils. In New Manual of Bryology, Volume 2, edited by R. M. Schuster, pp. 1194-1237. Hattori Botanical Laboratory.

Miller, N. G. 1983. The identity of the Pleistocene mosses Drepanocladus minnesotensis and Neocalliergon integrifolium (Amblystegiaceae). Brittonia 35:87-92.

Miller, N.G. 1973. Late-glacial and Postglacial Vegetation Change in Southwestern New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 420. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G., and Futyma, R. P. 2003. Extending the Paleobotanical Record at the Hiscock Site, New York: Correlations Among Stratigraphic Pollen Assemblages from Nearby Lake and Wetland Basins. Bul. Buffalo Soc. of Natural Sciences 37:43-62.

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Ruedemann, R. 1947. Graptolites of North America. Memoir 19. Geological Society of America, New York, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1945. An Ordovician Ceratiocaris. American Midland Naturalist 34(2):547-548.

Ruedemann, R. 1939. Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian): Eurypterida. 17 Cards. Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Ruedemann, R. 1937. A New North American Graptolite Faunule. American Journal of Science 37:57-62.

Ruedemann, R. 1936. Ordovician Graptolites from Quebec and Tennessee. Journal of Paleontology 10(5):385-387.

Ruedemann, R. 1935. A review of the Eurypterid Rami of the genus Pterygotus with the descriptions of two new Devonian species. Annals of the Carnegie Museum (24):69-72.

Ruedemann, R. 1935. Ecology of Black Mud Shales of Eastern New York. Journal of Paleontology 9(1):79-91.

Ruedemann, R. 1935. Silurian Phyllocarid Crustaceans from Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology 9(5):447-448.

Ruedemann, R. 1935. The Eurypterids of Beartooth Butte, Wyoming. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 75:129-141.

Ruedemann, R. 1934. Cambrian Graptolites. Science 80(2062):15.

Ruedemann, R. 1934. Eurypterids in Graptolite Shales. American Journal of Science 27:374-385.

Ruedemann, R. 1934. Paleozoic Plankton of North America. Memoir 2. Geological Society of America, New York, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1933. Camptostroma, a Lower Cambrian Floating Hydrozoan. United States Museum of Natural History Proceedings 82:1-8.

Ruedemann, R. 1933. Paleozoic Planktonic Faunas of North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 19:157-159.

Ruedemann, R. 1932. Guide to the Fossil Exhibits of the New York State Museum. New York State Museum Circular 9. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1932. Interior Markings of Colpocaris elytoides in Cooper, Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology 348.

Ruedemann, R. 1931. Some New Middle Cambrian Fossils from British Columbia. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 79:1-18.

Ruedemann, R. 1930. A Graptolite from the Chushina Formation. American Journal of Science 20:308-311.

Ruedemann, R. 1930. On Some Middle Cambrian Fossils from the Burgess Shale of British Columbia. Science 71:544.

Ruedemann, R. 1929. Coralline algae, Guadalupe Mountains. AAPG Bulletin 13(8):1079-1080.

Ruedemann, R. 1929. Fossils from the Permian Tillite of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Their Bearing on the Origin of Tillite. Geological Society of America Bulletin 40:417-425.

Ruedemann, R. 1929. Lists of Graptolites. In Geology and Mineral Deposits of Southeastern Alaska. Bulletin 800, edited by A. F. Buddington, and T. Chapin, pp. 76-81. U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C..

Ruedemann, R. 1929. Neuere Beobachtungen an Graotolithenschiefern in Amerika. Leopoldina Akademy der Naturforscher 4:7-12.

Ruedemann, R. 1929. Note on Oldhamia (Murchisonites) Occidens (Walcott). New York State Museum Bulletin 281:47-51.

Ruedemann, R. 1926. A Devonian Starfish from Gaspe. In Twenty-First Report of the Director of the Division of Science and the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 267, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 70-80. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1926. Fuanal Facies Differences of Utica and Lorraine Shales. In Twenty-First Report of the Director of the Division of Science and the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 267, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 61-69. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1926. Hunting Fossil Marine Faunas in New York State. Natural History 26:505-514.

Ruedemann, R. 1926. The Utica and Lorraine Fomations of New York: Part 2 Systematic Paleontology No. 2: Mollusks, Crustaceans, and Eurypterids. New York State Museum Bulletin 272. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1925. Some Silurian (Ontarian) Faunas of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 265. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1925. The Utica and Lorraine Formations of New York: Part 2 Systematic Paleontology No. 1: Plants, Sponges, Corals, Graptolites, Crinoids, Worms, Bryozoans, Brachiopods. New York State Museum Bulletin 262. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1924. Recent Publications on the Origin and Habitat of the Eurypterida. American Journal of Science 7:227-232.

Ruedemann, R. 1922. Additional Studies in Arrested Evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 8(3):54-55.

Ruedemann, R. 1922. Further Notes on the Paleontology of Arrested Evolution. The American Naturalist 56:256-272.

Ruedemann, R. 1922. On the Occurrence of an Apus in the Permian of Oklahoma. Journal of Geology 30:311-318.

Ruedemann, R. 1921. Observations on the Mode of Life of Primitive Cephalopods. Geological Society of America Bulletin 32(3):315-320.

Ruedemann, R. 1919. On Some Fundamentals of Pre-Cambrian Paleo-Geography. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 5:1-6.

Ruedemann, R. 1919. Paleontologic Contributions from the New York State Museum. In Sixth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 227, 228, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 63-130. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1919. Some Marine Algae from the Trenton Limestone of New York. In Fifth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 133, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 194-216. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1918. The Phylogeny of Acorn Barnacles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 4(12):382-384.

Ruedemann, R. 1916. On the Presence of a Median Eye in Trilobites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2:234-237.

Ruedemann, R. 1916. Paleontologic Contributions from the New York State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 189. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1912. The Lower Siluric Shales of the Mohawk Valley. New York State Museum Bulletin 162. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1911. Stratigraphic Significance of the Wide Distribution of Graptolites. Geological Society of America Bulletin 22:234.

Ruedemann, R. 1908. Graptolites of New York Part II: Graptolites of the Higher Beds. New York State Museum Memoir 11. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1906. Cephalopoda of the Beekmantown and Chazy formations of the Champlain Basin. New York State Museum Bulletin 90. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1905. Structure of Some Primitive Cephalopods. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1903. New York State Museum Bulletin 80, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 296-341. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1904. Graptolites of New York: Part I: Graptolites of the Lower Beds. New York State Museum Memoir 7. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1903. Cambric Dictyonema Fauna in the Slate Belt of Eastern New York. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1902. New York State Museum Bulletin 69, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 934-954. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1902. Graptolite Facies, of the Beekmantown Formation in Rensselaer County, N.Y.. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 546-575. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1902. Growth and Development of Goniograptus tuttireaui McCoy. In Report of the State Paleontologist 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 576-592. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1901. Trenton conglomerate of Rysedorph Hill and Its Fauna. In Paleontologic Papers 2. New York State Museum Bulletin 49, edited by J. H. Merrill, and J. M. Clarke, pp. 3-114. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ruedemann, R. 1897. Evidence of CurrentAaction in the Ordovician of New York. American Geologist 19:367-391.

Ruedemann, R. 1896. Note on the Discovery of a Sessile Conularia-Article I. American Geologist 17:158-165.

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