Publications

UM PALEONTOLOGY RESEARCH MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS

1900-1959    1960-1969    1970-1979    1980-1989    1990-1999    2000-2009    2010-present

 

Publications Referring the UMPC Collection

Created by Kallie Moore – Feb. 2014

 

*The University of Montana (UM) has gone through a few name changes over its history.  Please note that some of these publications may list a different name when referring to the UM:

                 

Feb. 13, 1883 – June 30, 1913 ˆ The University of Montana- Missoula

                  July 1, 1913 – Jan. 15, 1935 ˆ State University of Montana

                  Jan. 16, 1935 – Jun. 30, 1965 ˆ Montana State University

                  July 1, 1965 – Present  ˆ University of Montana

 

*List of acronyms used for the paleontology collection.

                 


                  UMPC

                  UMMP

                  MPUM

                  MV

                  UM

                  MSU

                  UMV

                  MU

                  MSUMP

                  UMVC

                  UMIP

                  UMVP


 

 

 

1900-1959

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Fenton, C. L. & Fenton, M. A. (1937). Belt series of the north; stratigraphy, sedimentation, paleontology. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Vol. 48 (12), 1873-1970.

 

Deiss, C. (1939). Cambrian stratigraphy and trilobites of northwestern Montana. Geological Society of America Special Papers, 18, 1-132. *UMPC owns set of plastotypes.

 

McLaughlin, K. P. (1952). Microfauna of the Pennsylvanian Glen Eyrie Formation, Colorado. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 26 (4), 613-621.

 

Konizeski, R. L. (1957). Paleoecology of the middle Pliocene Deer Lodge local fauna, western Montana. Geological Society of America Bulletin, Vol. 68 (2), 131-150.

 

1960-1969

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Riel, S. J. (1964). A new oreodont from the Cabbage Patch Local fauna, Western Montana. Postilla, No. 85, 1-10.

 

Kuenzi, W. D. (1965). Early Triassic (Scythian) ammonoids from northeastern Washington. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 39 (3), 365-378.

 

Radinsky, L. (1967). Review of the rhinocerotoid family Hyracodontidae (Perissodactyla). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. 136 (1), 1-46.

 

Melton, W. G. (1969). A new dorypterid fish from central Montana. Northwest Science, Vol. 43 (4), 196-206.

 

Miller Jr., C. N. (1969). Pinus avonensis, a new species of petrified cones from the Oligocene of western Montana. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 56 (9), 972-978.

 

1970-1979

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Miller Jr., C. N. (1970). Picea diettertiana, a new species of petrified cones from the Oligocene of western Montana. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 57 (5), 579-585.

 

Wood, A. E. (1970). The Early Oligocene Rodent Ardynomys (Family Cylindrodontidae) from Mongolia and Montana. American Museum Novitates, No. 2418, 1-18.

 

Kuenzi, W. D. & Fields, R. W. (1971). Tertiary stratigraphy, structure, and geologic history, Jefferson Basin, Montana. Geological Society of America Bulletin, Vol. 82(12), 3373-3394. *UMPC localities only

 

Melton Jr., W. G. (1972). The Bear Gulch Limestone and the first conodont bearing animals. Montana Geological Society, 21st Annual Field Conference, 65-68.

 

Melton Jr., W. G. & Scott, H. W. (1972). Conodont-bearing animals from the Bear Gulch limestone, Montana. Geological Society of America Special Papers, No. 141, 31-66.

 

Miller Jr., C. N. (1972). Pityostrobus palmeri, a new species of petrified conifer cones from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 59 (4), 352-358.

 

Rich, T. H. & Rasmussen, D. L. (1973). New North American Erinaceine Hedgehogs (Mammalia: Insectivora). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, No. 21, 1-54.

 

Scott, H. W. (1973). New Conodontochordata from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian, Montana). Michigan State University, Publications of the Museum-Paleontological Series, Vol. 1 (2), 85-96.

 

Brown, J. T. & Robison, C. R. (1974). Diettertia montanensis, gen. et sp. nov., a fossil moss from the Lower Cretaceous Kootenai Formation of Montana. Botanical Gazette, Vol. 135 (3), 170-173.

 

Lund, R. (1974). Stethacanthus altonensis (Elasmobranchii) from the Bear Gulch limestone of Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 45 (8), 161-178.

 

Lund, R. & Zangerl, R. (1974). Squatinactis caudispinatus, a new elasmobranch from the Upper Mississippian of Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 45 (4), 43-55.

 

Miller Jr., C. N. (1974). Pityostrobus hallii, a new species of structurally preserved conifer cones from the Late Cretaceous of Maryland. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 61 (7), 798-804.

 

Tihen, J. A. (1974). Two new North American Miocene salamandrids. Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 8 (3), 211-218.

 

Brown, J. T. (1975). Equisetum clarnoi, a new species based on petrifactions from the Eocene of Oregon.  American Journal of Botany, Vol. 62 (4), 410-415.

 

Brown, J. T. (1975). Upper Jurassic and lower Cretaceous ginkgophytes from Montana. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 49 (4), 724-730.

 

Brown, J. T. & Robinson, C. R. (1976). Observations on the structure of Marchantiolites blairmorensis (Berry) n. comb. from the lower Cretaceous of Montana, USA. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 5 (2), 309-311.

 

Edwards, P. (1976). The subfamily Leptochoerinae (Artiodactyla, Dichobunidae) of North America (Oligocene). Rocky Mountain Geology, Vol. 14 (2), 99-113.

 

Nichols, R. (1976). Early Miocene mammals from the Lemhi Valley of Idaho. Tebiwa, Vol. 18 (2), 9-47.

 

Lund, R. (1977). New information on the evolution of the bradyodont Chondrichthyes. FIELDIANA-Geology, Vol. 33 (28), 521-539.

 

Lund, R. (1977). A new petalodont (Chondrichthyes, Bradyodonti) from the Upper Mississippian of Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 46 (10), 129-155.

 

Lund, R. (1977). Echinochimaera meltoni, new genus and species (Chimaeriformes), from the Mississippian of Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 46 (13), 195-221.

 

Robison, C. R. (1977). Pinus triphylla and Pinus quinquefolia from the upper Cretaceous of Massachusetts. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 64 (6), 726-732.

 

Schram, F. R. & Horner, J. (1978). Crustacea of the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of central Montana. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 52 (2), 394-406.

 

Conway-Morris, S. (1979). Conodontophorids or Conodontophages? A review of the evidence on the "Conodontochordates" from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian) of Montana, USA. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 473-480.

 

Hansen, M.C. (1979). Systematic Relationships of Petalodontiform Chondrichthyans. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 523-541.

 

Lowney, K.A. (1979). Palaeonisciformes from the Bear Gulch Limestone. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 513-522.

 

Lund, R. (1979). Ecomorphology of the Chondrichthyes from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) of Montana. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 481-491.

 

Lund, W.L., Lund, R. & Klein, G.A. (1979). Coelacanth feeding mechanisms and ecology of the Bear Gulch Coelacanths. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 492-500.

 

Lutz-Garihan, A. B. (1979). Brachiopods from the Upper Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 457-467.

 

Nichols, R. (1979). An occurrence of Bison occidentalis in Southwestern Montana. Northwest Geology, Vol. 8, 81-82.

 

Nichols, R. (1979). Additional early Miocene mammals from the Lemhi Valley of Idaho. Tebiwa, Vol. 17, 1-12.

 

Rigby, J. K. (1979). The sponge fauna of the Mississippian Heath Formation of central Montana. In: Dutro Jr., J.T. & Pfefferkorn, H.W. (eds.) Compte Rendu: Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie Et de Geologie Du Carbonifere, Vol. 5, 443-456.

 

Schram, F. R. (1979). Limulines of the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Central Montana, USA. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History, Vol. 19 (6), 67-74.

 

Schram, F. R. (1979). Worms of the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of central Montana, USA. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History.Vol. 19 (9), 107-120.

 

1980-1989

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Lund, R. (1980). Viviparity and intrauterine feeding in a new holocephalan fish from the Lower Carboniferous of Montana. Science, Vol. 209 (4457), 697-699.

 

Zidek, J. (1980). Acanthodes lundi, new species (Acanthodii), and associated coprolites from uppermost Mississippian Heath Formation of central Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 49 (3), 49-78.

 

Barnosky, A. D. (1981). A skeleton of Mesoscalops (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Miocene Deep River Formation, Montana, and a review of the proscalopid moles: evolutionary, functional, and stratigraphic relationships. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1 (3-4), 285-339.

 

Rensberger, J. M. (1981). Evolution in a late Oligocene–early Miocene succession of meniscomyine rodents in the Deep River Formation, Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 1 (2), 185-209.

 

Tihen, J. A. & Wake, D. B. (1981). Vertebrae of plethodontid salamanders from the Lower Miocene of Montana. Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 15 (1), 35-40.

 

Lund, R. (1982). Harpagofututor volsellorhinus new genus and species (Chondrichthyes, Chondrenchelyiformes) from the Namurian Bear Gulch Limestone, Chondrenchelys problematica Traquair (Visean), and their sexual dimorphism. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 56 (4), 938-958.

 

Lund, R. & Melton Jr, W. G. (1982). A new actinopterygian fish from the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Palaeontology, Vol. 25 (3), 485-498.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. (1982). Triassic carbonate development and reef building in Western North America. Geologische Rundschau, Vol. 71 (3), 1057-1075.

 

Janvier, P. & Lund, R. (1983). Hardistiella montanensis n. gen. et sp.(Petromyzontida) from the Lower Carboniferous of Montana, with remarks on the affinities of the lampreys. Journal of vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 2 (4), 407-413.

 

Lillegraven, J. A. & Tabrum, A. R. (1983). A new species of Centetodon (Mammalia, Insectivora, Geolabididae) from southwestern Montana and its biogeographical implications. Rocky Mountain Geology, 22 (1), 57-73.

 

Lund, R. (1983). On a dentition of Polyrhizodus (Chondrichthyes, Petalodontiformes) from the Namurian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 3 (1), 1-6.

 

Lund, W. L. (1983). New Catalog Number for the Holotype of Harpagofututor volsellorhinus. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 57 (5), 1135-1135.

 

Miller Jr., C. N. & LaPasha, C. A. (1983). Structure and affinities of Athrotaxites berryi Bell, an Early Cretaceous conifer. American Journal of Botany, Vol. 70 (5), 772-779.

 

Rensberger, J. M. (1983). Successions of meniscomyine and allomyine rodents (Aplodontidae) in the Oligo-Miocene John Day Formation, Oregon. Geological Sciences- Vol. 124. University of California Press.

 

Lund, R. & Lund, W. (1984). New genera and species of coelacanths from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) of Montana (USA). Geobios, Vol. 17 (2), 237-244.

 

Lund, R. (1984). On the spines of the Stethacanthidae (Chondrichthyes), with a description of a new genus from the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone. Geobios, Vol. 17 (3), 281-295.

 

Welch, J. R. (1984). The asteroid, Lepidasterella montanensis n. sp., from the Upper Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 58 (3), 843-851.

 

Factor, D. F. & Feldmann, R. M. (1985). Systematics and paleoecology of malacostracan arthropods in the Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian) of central Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Vol. 54 (10), 319-356.

 

LaPasha, C. A. & Miller, C. N. (1985). Flora of the Early Cretaceous Kootenai Formation in Montana, bryophytes and tracheophytes excluding conifers. Palaeontographica Abteilung B, 196 (4-6), 111-145.

 

Lund, R. (1985). The morphology of Falcatus falcatus (St. John and Worthen), a Mississippian stethacanthid chondrichthyan from the Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 5 (1), 1-19.

 

Lund, R. (1985). Stethacanthid elasmobranch remains from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian E2b) of Montana. American Museum Novitates, no. 2828, 1-24.

 

Lund, R. & Lund, W. L. (1985). Coelacanths from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian) of Montana and the evolution of the Coelacanthiformes. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Number 25, 1-74.

 

Stanley Jr., G.D. & Kanie, Y. (1985). The first Mesozoic Chondrophorine (Medusoid Hydrozoan) from the Lower Cretaceous of Japan. Palaeontology, Vol. 28, Part 1, 101-109. *UMPC owns set of plastotypes.

 

Lund, R. (1986). On Damocles serratus, nov. gen. et sp.(Elasmobranchii: Cladodontida) from the Upper Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 6 (1), 12-19.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley, G.D., Jr. (1986). Thalassinid anomuran microcoprolites from Upper Triassic carbonate rocks of cen tral Peru. Lethaia, Vol. 19, 343-354.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. (1986). Chondrophorine hydrozoans as problematic fossils. In: Hoffman, A. & Nitecki, M. H. (eds.). Problematic fossil taxa (No. 5). Oxford University Press, USA, 68-86.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. (1986). Late Triassic coelentrerate faunas of western Idaho and northeastern Oregon: Implications for biostratigraphy and paleogeography. In: Vallier, T. L. & Brooks, H. C. (eds). Geology of the Blue Mountains region of Oregon, Idaho, and Washington: Geologic implications of Paleozoic and Mesozoic paleontology and biostratigraphy, Blue Mountains Province, Oregon and Idaho. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, No. 1435, 23-36.

 

Stanley Jr., G.D. & Alt, D. (1986). Fossils of the Bear Gulch Limestone: A paleontologistŐs gold mine. Montana Magazine, Jan/Feb, 31-32.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Senowbari-Daryan, B. (1986). Upper Triassic, Dachstein-Type, reef limestone from the Wallowa Mountains, Oregon: First reported occurrence in the United States. Palaios, Vol. 1, 172-177.

 

Miller Jr., C. N. (1987). Land plants of the Northern Rocky Mountains before the appearance of flowering plants. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Vol. 74 (4), 692-706.

 

Newton, C. R., Whalen, M. T., Thompson, J. B., Prins, N. & Delalla, D. (1987). Systematics and paleoecology of Norian (Late Triassic) bivalves from a tropical island arc: Wallowa terrane, Oregon. The Paleontological Society Memoir 22, 1-83.

 

Wolfe, J. A. (1987). An overview of the origins of the modern vegetation and flora of the northern Rocky Mountains. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Vol. 74 (4), 785-803. *Locality only

 

French, L. B. (1988). The lower Oligocene (Chadronian) – Middle Oligocene (Orellan) Boundary in the Easter Lily Mine Section (Renova Formation) near Whitehall, Jefferson County, Montana. Northwest Geology, Vol. 17, 51-56. *Localities only

 

Kelly, T. S., & Lander, E. B. (1988). Biostratigraphy and correlation of Hemingfordian and Barstovian land mammal assemblages, Caliente Formation, Cuyama Valley area, California. In: Bazely, W. J. M. (ed). Tertiary Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Cuyama Basin, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Countise, Californian. Pacific Section S.E.P.M., Vol. 59, 1-19.

 

Lund, R. (1988). New information on Squatinactis caudispinatus (Chondrichthyes, Cladodontida) from the Chesterian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 8 (3), 340-342.

 

Lund, R. (1988). Hunting sharks, in Montana? Fishes-Map Digest – Expo X Edition. Vol. 11 (5), 30-37.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr, G. D. (1988). Triassic sponges (Sphinctozoa) from Hells Canyon, Oregon. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 62 (3), 419-423.

 

FlŸegel, E., Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr, G. D. (1989). Late Triassic dasycladacean alga from northeastern Oregon: significance of first reported occurrence in western North America. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 63 (3), 374-381.

 

Lund, R. (1989). New petalodonts (Chondrichthyes) from the Upper Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone (Namurian E2b) of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 9 (3), 350-368.

 

McRoberts, C. A. & Stanley Jr, G. D. (1989). A unique bivalve-algae life assemblage from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Upper Mississippian) of central Montana. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 63 (5), 578-581.

 

Pierce, H. G. & Rasmussen, D. L. (1989). New land snails (Archaeogastropoda, Helicinidae) from the Miocene (early Barstovian) Flint Creek beds of western Montana. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 63 (6), 846-851. *UMPC listed as a repository

 

Rasmussen, D. L. (1989). Depositional environments, paleoecology, and biostratigraphy of Arikareean Bozeman Group strata west of the continental divide in Montana. MGS Field Conference, Montana Centennial, 205-215.

 

Schuster, R. M. & Janssens, J. A. (1989). On Diettertia, an isolated Mesozoic member of the Jungermanniales. Review of palaeobotany and palynology, Vol. 57 (3), 277-287.

 

Stanley Jr, G. D. (1989). An Upper Triassic reefal limestone, southern Vancouver Island, BC. In: Geldsetzer, H. H., James, N. R. & Tebbutt, G. E. Reefs Canada and Adjacent Areas. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 13, 765-776.

 

Stanley Jr, G. D. & Whalen, M. T. (1989). Triassic corals and spongiomorphs from Hells Canyon, Wallowa terrane, Oregon. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 63 (6), 800-819.

 

1990-1999

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Dundas, R.G. (1990). Paleontology and geology of the Late Pleistocene Hoover Creek Terrace, Granite and Powell Counties, Montana. Northwest Geology, Vol. 19, 31-37.

 

Conway-Morris, S. (1990). Typhloesus wellsi (Melton & Scott, 1973), a bizarre metazoan from the Carboniferous of Montana, USA. Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions Series B, Vol. 327 (1242), 595-624.

 

Hoover, P. R. (1990). Occurrence of Spondylospira in the marine Early Jurassic of central Peru, and its biostratigraphic significance. In: Lee & Campbell (eds). Brachiopods Through Time: Proceedings of the Second International Brachiopods Congress, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. 393-396.

 

Lund, R. (1990). Chondrichthyan life history styles as revealed by the 320 million years old Mississippian of Montana. Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 27 (1), 1-19.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Beauvais, L. (1990). Middle Jurassic corals from the Wallowa terrane, west-central Idaho. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 64 (3), 352-362.

 

Hoover, P. R. (1991). Late Triassic cyrtinoid spiriferinacean brachiopods from western North America and their biostratigraphic and biogeographic implications. Bulletins of American Paleontology, Vol. 100 (337). *UM listed as repository.

 

Dundas, R. G. (1992). A Scimitar cat (Homotherium serum) from the Late Pleistocene Merrell Locality, Southwestern Montana. PaleoBios, Vol. 14 (1), 9-12.

 

Iten, H. V., Cox, R. S. & Mapes, R. H. (1992). New data on the morphology of Sphenothallus Hall: implications for its affinities. Lethaia, Vol. 25 (2), 135-144.

 

McRoberts, C. A. (1992). Systematics and paleobiogeography of Late Triassic Gryphaea (Bivalvia) from the North American Cordillera. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 66 (1), 28-39.

 

Pierce, H. G. (1992). The nonmarine mollusks of the late Oligocene-early Miocene Cabbage Patch fauna of western Montana. II. Terrestrial gastropod families other than Pupillidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 66 (4), 610-620.

 

Pierce, H. G. & Rasmussen, D. L. (1992). The nonmarine mollusks of the late Oligocene-early Miocene Cabbage Patch fauna of western Montana. I. Geologic setting and the family Pupillidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 66 (1), 39-52. *Localities only

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr, G. D. (1992). Late Triassic thalamid sponges from Nevada. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 66 (2), 183-193.

 

McRoberts, C. A. (1993). Systematics and biostratigraphy of halobiid bivalves from the Martin Bridge Formation (Upper Triassic), northeast Oregon. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 67 (2), 198-210.

 

Purnell, M. A. (1993). The Kladognathus apparatus (conodonta, Carboniferous): homologies with ozarkodinids, and the prioniodinid bauplan. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 67 (5), 875-882.

 

Sandy, M. R. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1993). Late Triassic brachiopods from the Luning Formation, Nevada, and their palaeobiogeographical significance. Palaeontology, Vol. 36, Part 2, 439-480.

 

Tamura, M. & McRoberts, C. (1993). A new species of Myophorigonia from the Upper Triassic Martin Bridge Formation, Wallowa Mountains, Oregon, USA with reference on the Minetrigoniidae of the Circum-Pacific. Memoirs of the Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University, Natural Sciences, No. 42, 29-34.

 

Bandel, K. (1994). Comparison of Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic gastropods from the Pervian Andes (Pucara Group) and the Alps (Cassian Formation). In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 127-160.

 

Crick, R. E. & Sobolev, E.S. (1994). Perunautilus quadratus n. gen. et sp. (Cephalopoda, Nautilida) from the Triassic (Norian) of central Peru. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 161-167.

 

Korth, W. W. (1994). Middle Tertiary marsupials (Mammalia) from North America. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 68 (2), 376-397.

 

Orchard, M. (1994). Late Triassic (Norian) conodonts from Peru. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 203-208.

 

Sandy, M. (1994). Triassic-Jurassic articulate brachiopods from the Pucara Group, central Peru, and description of the brachidial net in the spiriferid Spondylospira. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 99-126.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. (1994). Mesozoic Sponges of the Pucara Group, Peru. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 57-74.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1994). Mesozoic sponge assemblage in Peru. Zentralblatt fŸr Geologie und PalŠontologie, Part 1, 403-412.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1994). Lower Jurassic marine carbonate deposits in central Peru: Stratigraphy and Paleontology. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 43-56.

 

Simms, M. J. (1994). Crinoids from the Chambara Formation, Pucara Group, Central Peru. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 169-175.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. (1994). Upper Triassic Corals from Peru. In: Stanley Jr, G. D. (ed.) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of Triassic to Jurassic Rocks in the Peruvian Andes. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 233, 75-98.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Beauvais, L. (1994). Corals from an Early Jurassic coral reef in British Columbia: refuge on an oceanic island reef. Lethaia, Vol. 27 (1), 35-47. *UMIP listed, but no specimens figured.

 

Stanley Jr, G. D., Gonz‡lez-Le—n, C., Sandy, M. R., Senowbari-Daryan, B., Doyle, P., Tamura, M. & Erwin, D. H. (1994). Upper Triassic invertebrates from the Antimonio Formation, Sonora, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology Memoir 36, Vol. 68, Part 2 of 3, Supplement to No. 4, 1-33.

 

Brown, B. (1995). Building global connections to specimen collections. In:  Building global connections: proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (p. 75). IAMSLIC. *UMPC used as an example.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (1995). Pigment patterns; soft anatomy and relationships of Bear Gulch Chondrichthyes (Namurian E2b; Lower Carboniferous; Montana; USA). Geobios, No. 19, 145-146.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Swart, P. K. (1995). Evolution of the coral-zooxanthellae symbiosis during the Triassic: a geochemical approach. Paleobiology, Vol. 21 (2), 179-199.

 

Gonzalez-Leon, C. M., Taylor, D. G. & Stanley Jr, G. D. (1996). The Antimonio Formation in Sonora, Mexico, and the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 33 (3), 418-428.

 

Heaton, T.H. (1996). Chapter 18: Ischyromyidae. In: Prothero, D. R. & Emry, R. J. (eds.). The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transistion in North America. (1996). Cambridge University Press. 373-398. *doesnŐt refer specifically to UMPC specimens/localities, but gives info on areas/specimens that are found in the collection. UMPC specimens were most likely used for this manuscript.

 

Heaton, T. H. & Emry, R. J. (1996). Chapter 27: Leptomerycidae. In: Prothero, D. R. & Emry, R. J. (eds.). The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transistion in North America. (1996). Cambridge University Press. 581-608.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Nelson, J. L. (1996). New investigations on Eaglenest Mountain, northern Quesnel terrane, an Upper Triassic reef facies in the Takla Group, central British Columbia (93N/11E). Geological Fieldwork 1995, British Columbia Geological Survey Branch, Paper, 1996, 127-135.

 

Stevens, M. S. & Stevens, J. B. (1996). Chapter 25: Merycoidodontinae and Miniochoerinae. In: Prothero, D. R. & Emry, R. J. (eds.). The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transistion in North America. (1996). Cambridge University Press. 498-573. *specimen listed as being from MSU, actually in UMPC collection.

 

Tabrum, A.R., Prothero, D.R. & Garcia, D. (1996). Chapter 14: Magnetostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene Transition, Southwestern Montana. In: Prothero, D. R. & Emry, R. J. (eds.). The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transistion in North America. (19 96). Cambridge University Press. 278-311. *Localities only

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (1997). Soft tissue pigments of the upper Mississippian chondrenchelyid, Harpagofututor volsellorhinus (Chondrichthyes, Holocephali) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Montana, USA. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 71 (2), 337-342.

 

Lund, R. & Grogan, E. D. (1997). Relationships of the Chimaeriformes and the basal radiation of the Chondrichthyes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, Vol. 7 (1), 65-123.

 

Lund, R. & Poplin, C. (1997). The Rhadinichthyids (Paleoniscoid Actinopterygians) from the Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana (USA, Lower Carboniferous). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 17 (3), 466-486.

 

McRoberts, C. A. (1997). Late Triassic (Norian-Rhaetian) bivalves from the Antimonio Formation, northwestem Sonora, Mexico. Revista mexicana de ciencias geol—gicas, Vol. 14 (2), 167-177.

 

McRoberts, C.A. (1997). Late Triassic North American halobiid bivalves: diversity, trends, and circum-Pacific correlations. 198-208. In: Dickins, J. M., Zunyi, Y., Hongfu, Y., Lucas, S.G. & Acharyya, S. K. (eds.) Late Paleozoic and Early Mesozoic Circum-Pacific Events and Their Global Correlation. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.

 

Jenner, R. A., Hof, C. H. & Schram, F. R. (1998). Palaeo-and archaeostomatopods (Hoplocarida, Crustacea) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Mississippian (Namurian), of central Montana. Contributions to Zoology, Vol. 67 (3), 155-185.

 

Roniewicz, E. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1998). Middle Triassic cnidarians from the New Pass Range, central Nevada. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 72 (2), 246-256.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1998). Neoguadalupia oregonensis new species: reappearance of a Permian sponge genus in the Upper Triassic Wallowa Terrane, Oregon. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 72 (2), 221-224.

 

Stanley, Jr., G. D. (1998). A Triassic sponge from Vancouver Island: possible holdover from the Cambrian. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 35 (9), 1037-1043.

 

Asher, R. J. (1999). A morphological basis for assessing the phylogeny of the ŇTenrecoideaÓ (Mammalia, Lipotyphla). Cladistics, 15 (3), 231-252.

 

Serbet, R. & Rothwell, G. W. (1999). Osmunda cinnamomea (Osmundaceae) in the Upper Cretaceous of western North America: additional evidence for exceptional species longevity among filicalean ferns. International Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 160 (2), 425-433.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Senowbari-Daryan, B. (1999). The Triassic sponge Neoguadalupia oregonensis Senowbari-Daryan and Stanley, 1998, is actually the trace of a living bee's nest. Journal of Paleontology, 73 (4), 721-722.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Senowbari-Daryan, B. (1999). Upper Triassic reef fauna from the Quesnel terrane, central British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 73 (5), 787-802.

 

Wang, X., Tedford, R. H. & Taylor, B. E. (1999). Phylogenetic systematics of the Borophaginae (Carnivora, Canidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 243.

 

Yancey, T. E. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (1999). Giant alatoform bivalves in the Upper Triassic of western North America. Palaeontology, Vol. 42 (1), 1-23.

 

2000-2009

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Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2000). Debeerius ellefseni (Fam. Nov., Gen. Nov., Spec. Nov.), an autodiastylic chondrichthyan from the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana (USA), the relationships of the Chondrichthyes, and comments on gnathostome evolution. Journal of Morphology, Vol. 243, 219-245.

 

Lund, R. (2000). The new actinopterygian order Guildayichthyiformes from the Lower Carboniferous of Montana (USA). Geodiversitas, Vol. 22 (2), 171-206.

 

Poplin, C. & Lund, R. (2000). Two new deep-bodied palaeoniscoid actinopterygians from Bear Gulch (Montana, USA, Lower Carboniferous). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 20 (3), 428-449.

 

Blodgett, R. B. & Frýda, J. (2001). On the occurrence of Spinidelphinulopsis whaleni (Gastropoda) in the Late Triassic (early Norian) Cornwallis Limestone, Kuiu Island, southeastern Alaska (Alexander terrane) and its paleobiogeographic significance. Bulletin of the Czech Geological Survey, Vol. 76 (4), 235-242.

 

Blodgett, R. B., Frýda, J. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2001). Delphinulopsidae, a new neritopsoidean gastropod family from the Upper Triassic (Upper Carnian of lower Norian) of the Wallowa terrane, northeastern Oregon. Journal of the Czech Geological Society. Vol. 46 (3-4), 307-318.

 

Roniewicz, E. & Stolarski, J. (2001). Triassic roots of the amphiastraeid scleractinian corals. Journal of Paleontology, 75 (1), 34-45.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Fautin, D. G. (2001). The origins of modern corals. Science, Vol. 291, 1913-1914.

 

Whidden, H. P. & Asher, R.J. (2001). The Origin of the Greater Antillean Insectivorans. In: Woods, C. A. & Sergile, F. E. (Eds.). Biogeography of the West Indies: patterns and perspectives. CRC Press, 237.

 

Asher, R. J., McKenna, M. C., Emry, R. J., Tabrum, A. R. & Kron, D. G. (2002). Morphology and relationships of Apternodus and other extinct, zalambdodont, placental mammals. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, No. 273, 1-117.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2002). The geological and biological environment of the Bear Gulch Limestone (Mississippian of Montana, USA) and a model for its deposition. Geodiversitas, Vol. 24 (2), 295-315.

 

Hagadorn, J. W. (2002). Bear Gulch: An exceptional Upper Carboniferous Plattenkalk. In: Bottjer, D. J. (Ed.). Exceptional fossil preservation. A unique view on the evolution of marine life. Columbia University Press, New York, 167-183.

 

Lund, R. & Poplin, C. (2002). Cladistic analysis of the relationships of the tarrasiids (Lower Carboniferous Actinopterygians). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 22 (3), 480-486.

 

Michener, C. D. (2002). A bee nest pseudofossil name not valid. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 75 (2), 141-141.

 

Poplin, C. M. & Lund, R. (2002). Two Carboniferous fine-eyed palaeoniscoids (Pisces, Actinopterygii) from Bear Gulch (USA). Journal Information, Vol. 76 (6), 1014-1028.

 

Frýda, J. & Blodgett, R. B. (2003). Silberlingiella, a new purpurinid genus (Littorinoidea, Gastropoda) from the Late Middle Norian (Late Triassic) of the Clan Alpine Range, western Canada. Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-PalŠontologischen Institut der UniversitŠt Hamburg, Vol. 87, 47-54.

 

Frýda, J., Blodgett, R. B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2003). New neritopsoidean gastropods (Neritimorpha) from the Late Triassic (Late Carnian–Early Norian) of the Wallowa Terrane, northeastern Oregon. Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-PalŠontologischen Institut der UniversitŠt Hamburg, Vol. 87, 55-72.

 

Hanneman, D. L., Cheney, E. S. & Wideman, C. J. (2003). Cenozoic sequence stratigraphy of northwestern USA. Cenozoic Systems of the Rocky Mountain Region: Denver, Rocky Mountain Section, Society for Sedimentary Geology, 135-155. *Localities only

 

NŸtzel, A., Blodgett, R. B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2003). Late Triassic gastropods from the Martin Bridge Formation (Wallowa Terrane) of northeastern Oregon and their paleobiogeographic significance. Neues Jahrbuch fir Geologie und Palaiontologie Abhandlungen, Vol. 228 (1), 83-100.

 

Stanley Jr, G. D. (2003). The evolution of modern corals and their early history. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 60 (3), 195-225.

 

Wesley, G. D. & Flynn, J. J. (2003). A revision of Tapocyon (Carnivoramorpha), including analysis of the first cranial specimens and identification of a new species. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 77 (4), 769-783.

 

Carter, J. G. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2004). Late Triassic gastrochaenid and lithophaginid borings (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from Nevada (USA) and Austria. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 78 (1), 230-234.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2004). The origin and relationships of early Chondrichthyes. In: Heithaus, M.R., Musick, J.A., & Carrier, J.C. (eds). Biology of sharks and their relatives, CRC Press, 3-31.

 

Janvier, P., Lund, R. & Grogan, E. D. (2004). Further consideration of the earliest known lamprey, Hardistiella montanensis Janvier and Lund, 1983, from the Carboniferous of Bear Gulch, Montana, USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 24 (3), 742-743.

 

Lund, R. & Grogan, E. (2004). Five new euchondrocephalan Chondrichthyes from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Serpukhovian, Namurian E2b) of Montana. In: Arratia, G., Wilson, M. V. H. & Cloutier, R. (eds.) Recent Advances in the Origin and Radiation of Early Vertebrates, 505-531.

 

Tedford, R. H., Albright III, L. B., Barnosky, A. D., Ferrusquia-Villafranca, I., Hunt Jr., R. M., Storer, J. E., Swisher III, C. C., Voorhies, M. R., Webb, S. D. & Whistler, D. P. (2004). Mammalian biochronology of the Arikareean through Hemphillian interval (late Oligocene through early Pliocene epochs), 169-231. In: Woodburne, M. O. (ed.) Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America. Columbia University Press, New York. *UMPC listed as repository

 

Wang, X., Wideman, B. C., Nichols, R. & Hanneman, D. L. (2004). A new species of Aelurodon (Carnivora, Canidae) from the Barstovian of Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 24 (2), 445-452.

 

Gonz‡lez-Le—n, C. M., Stanley Jr., G. D., Gehrels, G. E. & Centeno-Garc’a, E. (2005). New data on the lithostratigraphy, detrital zircon and Nd isotope provenance, and paleogeographic setting of the ElAntimonio Group, Sonora, Mexico. In: Anderson, T. H., et al. (eds.). The Mojave-Sonora megashear hypothesis: development, assessment, and alternatives. Geological Society of America, Special Paper No. 393, 259-282.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. (2005). Coral microatolls from the Triassic of Nevada: oldest scleractinians examples. Coral Reefs, Vol. 24 (2), 247.

 

Waller, T. R. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2005). Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography. Journal of Paleontology, Memoir 61, Vol. 79 (Supplement to No.1), 1-58.

 

Yancey, T., Stanley Jr., G. D., Piller, W. & Woods, M. (2005). Biogeography of the Late Triassic wallowaconchid megalodontoid bivalves. Lethaia, Vol. 38, 351-365.

 

Holman, J. A. (2006). Fossil salamanders of North America. Indiana University Press.

 

Barnosky, A. D., Bibi, F., Hopkins, S. S. & Nichols, R. (2007). Biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of the mid-Miocene Railroad Canyon Sequence, Montana and Idaho, and age of the mid-Tertiary unconformity west of the continental divide. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 27 (1), 204-224.

 

Maisey, J. G. (2007). The braincase in Paleozoic symmoriiform and cladoselachian sharks. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Number 307, 1-122.

 

Tabrum, A. R. & MŽtais, G. (2007). Pipestoneia douglassi, A New Genus and Species of Selenodont Artiodactyl from the Pipestone Springs Area, Jefferson County, Montana. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, No. 39, 83-96.

 

Caruthers, A. H. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2008). Systematic analysis of Upper Triassic silicified scleractinian corals from Wrangellia and the Alexander Terrane, Alaska and British Columbia. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 82 (3), 470-491.

 

Caruthers, A. H. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2008). Late Triassic silicified shallow-water corals and other marine fossils from Wrangellia and the Alexander terrane, Alaska, and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In: Blodgett, R. B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (eds.). The terrane puzzle: new perspectives on paleontology and stratigraphy from the North American cordillera. The Geological Society of America, Special Paper 442, 151-179.

 

Garcia, J.A. (2008). Colors of Chapaquipuio. Developing a scientific methodology for artistic reconstructions: A case study in shell coloration form the Peruvian Triassic. Self-published book, www.blurb.com.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2008). A basal elasmobranch, Thrinacoselache gracia n. gen and sp.,(Thrinacodontidae, new family) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Serpukhovian of Montana, USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 28 (4), 970-988.

 

Katvala, E. C. & Stanley Jr., G.D. (2008). Conodont biostratigraphy and facies correlations in a Late Triassic island arc, Keku Strait, southeast Alaska. In: Blodgett, R. B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (eds.). The terrane puzzle: new perspectives on paleontology and stratigraphy from the North American cordillera. The Geological Society of America, Special Paper 442, 181-226.

 

Onoue, T. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2008). Sedimentary facies from Upper Triassic reefal limestone of the Sambosan accretionary complex in Japan: mid-ocean patch reef development in the Panthalassa Ocean. Facies, No. 54, 529-547. *Specimens transferred to UMPC.

 

Prothero, D. R. & Rasmussen, D. L. (2008). New giant rhinoceros from the Arikareean (Oligocene–Miocene) of Montana, South Dakota and Wyoming. In: Lucas et al. (eds). Neogene Mammals. New Mexico Museum History and Science Bulletin, No. 44, 323-330.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B., Caruthers, A. H. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2008). The First Upper Triassic Silicified Hypercalcified Sponges from the Alexander Terrane, Gravina Island and Keku Strait, Southeast Alaska. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 82 (2), 344-350.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Almquist, H. (2008). Spatial analysis of fossil sites in the northern plains: A unique model for teacher education. GSA Today, 18 (2), 24-25.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D., Caruthers, A. H. & Blodgett, R. B. (2008). From hot and tropical to cold and arctic: The Triassic history of the Wrangell Mountains. Alaska Park Science, Vol. 7 (1), 4-15.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D., McRoberts, C. A. & Whalen, M. T. (2008). Stratigraphy of the Triassic Martin Bridge Formation, Wallowa terrane: Stratigraphy and depositional setting. In: Blodgett, R. B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (eds.). The terrane puzzle: new perspectives on paleontology and stratigraphy from the North American cordillera. The Geological Society of America, Special Paper 442, 227-250.

 

Almquist, H., Blank, L., Crews, J., Gummer, E., Hanfling, S. & Yeagley, P. (2009). Embedding Spatial Technology in a Field-Based Science Education Course for Teachers. In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. No. 1, 3708-3713.

 

Fostowicz-Frelik, L. & Tabrum, A. R. (2009). Leporids (Mammalia, Lagomorpha) from the Diamond O Ranch Local Fauna, Latest Middle Eocene of Southwestern Montana. Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 78 (3), 253-271.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2009). Two new iniopterygians (Chondrichthyes) from the Mississippian (Serpukhovian) Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana with evidence of a new form of chondrichthyan neurocranium. Acta Zoologica, Vol. 90 (suppl. 1), 134-151.

 

Maisey, J. G. (2009). The spine-brush complex in symmoriiform sharks (Chondrichthyes; Symmoriiformes), with comments on dorsal fin modularity. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 29 (1), 14-24.

 

Mickle, K. E., Lund, R. & Grogan, E. D. (2009). Three new palaeoniscoid fishes from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Serpukhovian, Mississippian) of Montana (USA) and the relationships of lower actinopterygians. Geodiversitas, Vol. 31 (3), 623-668.

 

Roniewicz, E., & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2009). Noriphyllia, a new Tethyan Late Triassic coral genus (Scleractinia). PalŠontologische Zeitschrift, Vol. 83, 467-478.

 

Senowbari-Daryan, B. & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2009). Taxonomic affinities and paleogeography of Stromatomorpha californica Smith, a distinctive Upper Triassic reef-adapted demosponge. Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 83 (5), 783-793.

 

2010-present

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Almquist, H., Estrada, J., Hanfling, S., & Stanley Jr., G. D. (2010). A Paleontology Internship Program Serving High-School Students from MontanaŐs ŇFrontierÓ Communities. Education Development Center, Inc. 1-13.

 

Almquist, H., Stanley Jr, G., Hendrix, M., Hanfling, S., Gummer, E., & Blank, L. (2010) Developing a Paleontology Field Program for Middle-School Students. Education Development Center, Inc. 1-20.

 

Landman, N. H., Mapes, R. H. & Cruz, C. (2010). Jaws and soft tissues in ammonoids from the Lower Carboniferous (Upper Mississippian) Bear Gulch Beds, Montana, USA. In: Tanabe, K., Shigeta, Y., Sasaki, T. & Hirano, H. (eds.) Cephalopods–present and past. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 147-154. *UMPC listed as repository.

Mapes, R. H., Weller, E. A. & Doguzhaeva, L. A. (2010). Early Carboniferous (Late Namurian) coleoid cephalopods showing a tentacle with arm hooks and an ink sac from Montana, USA. In: Tanabe, K., Shigeta, Y., Sasaki, T. & Hirano, H. (eds.) Cephalopods–present and past. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 155-170.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Helmle, K. P. (2010). Middle Triassic coral growth bands and their implication for photosymbiosis. Palaios, Vol. 25, 754-763.

 

Almquist, H., Stanley, G., Blank, L., Hendrix, M., Rosenblatt, M., Hanfling, S. & Crews, J. (2011). An Integrated Field-Based Approach to Building Teachers' Geoscience Skills. Journal of Geoscience Education, 59 (1), 31-40.

 

Grogan, E. D. & Lund, R. (2011). Superfoetative viviparity in a Carboniferous chondrichthyan and reproduction in early gnathostomes. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol 161, 587-594.

 

Korth, W.W. & Tabrum, A. R. (2011). A new Aplodontoid rodent (Mammalia) from the Early Oligocene (Orellan) of Montana and a suggested origin for the family Mylagaulidae. Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 80 (1), 67-81.

 

Lamaskin, T. A., Stanley Jr., G. D., Caruthers, A. H. & Rosenblatt, M. R. (2011). Detrital record of Upper Triassic Reefs in the Olds Ferry Terrane, Blue Mountains Province, northeastern Oregon, United States. Palaios, Vol. 26 (12), 779-789.

 

Roniewicz, E. (2011). Early Norian (Triassic) corals from the Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria, and the intra-Norian faunal turnover. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Vol. 56 (2), 401-428.

 

Stanley Jr., G. D. & Lipps, J. H. (2011). Photosymbiosis: The driving force for reef success and failure. In: Stanley Jr., G.D. (ed.). Corals and Reef Crises, Collapse and Change.  The Paleontological Society Paper 17, 33-60.

 

Staff Writer (2011). Scientist discovers ancient coral fossils in Nevada. The University of Montana, Vision, 6.

 

Caruthers, A.H. & Smith, P.L. (2012). Pliensbachian ammonoids from the Talkeetna Mountains (Peninsular Terrane) of Southern Alaska. Revue de PalŽobiologie Geneve. Vol. 11, 365-378.

 

Grogan, E. D., Lund, R. & Greenfest-Allen, E. (2012). Chapter 1: The origin and relationships of early chondrichthyans, 3-29. In: Carrier, J. C., Musick, J. A. & Heithaus, M. R. (eds.). Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives (2nd edition). CRC Press.

 

Lund, R., Greenfest-Allen, E. & Grogan, E. D. (2012). Habitat and diversity of the Bear Gulch fish: Life in a 318million year old marine Mississippian bay. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 342, 1-16. *UMPC specimens part of 40+ year collection history.

 

Moore, K.L & Stanley Jr., G.D. (2012). Enhancement of the Bear Gulch Paleontological Research Collection at the University of Montana. Collection Forum, Vol. 26 (1-2), 4-11.

 

Shepherd, H. M. E., Stanley Jr., G. D. & Amirhassankhani, F. (2012). Norian to Rhaetian Scleractinian corals in the Ferdows Patch Reef (Nayband Formation, east eentral Iran). Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 86 (5), 801-812.

 

Stanley Jr., G.D., Yancey, T.E. & Shepherd, H.M.E. (2012). Giant Upper Triassic bivalves of Wrangellia, Vancouver Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Science, Vol. 50, 142-147.

 

Fostowicz-Frelik, L. (2013). Reassessment of Chadrolagus and Litolagus (Mammalia: Lagomorpha) and a New Genus of North American Eocene Lagomorph from Wyoming. American Museum Novitates, Number 3773, 1-76.

 

Myers, C.M., MacKenzie III, R.A. & Lieberman, B.S. (2013). Greenhouse biogeography: the relationship of geographic range to invasion and extinction in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Paleobiology, Vol. 39 (1), 135-148 *states UMPC as a collection used for species identification and occurrence data.

 

Roniewicz, E. & Stanley Jr., G.D. (2013). Upper Triassic corals from Nevada, Western North America, and the implications for paleoecology and paleogeography. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 87 (5), 934-964.

 

Sansom, R. S., Gabbott, S. E. & Purnell, M. A. (2013). Unusual anal fin in a Devonian jawless vertebrate reveals complex origins of paired appendages. Biology letters, 9: 20130002. *UMPC listed as a repository.

 

Almquist, H., Blank, L., Crews, J. W., Stanley Jr., G. D. & Hendrix, M. (2014).  Chapter 3: Field-Based Research Partnerships: Teachers, students, and scientists investage the geologic history of Eastern Montana using Geospatial Technologies.  In: MaKinster, J., Trautmann, N. & Barnett, M. (eds). Teaching Science and Investigating Environmental Issues with Geospatial Technology. Springer Press, 35-50.