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Contents

  1. 1 Bader, H., P.E. Wolfe 1948- Lime Marl Deposit of Vincetown, NJ *#
  2. 2 The Lime Marl Deposit of Vincentown, New Jersey. Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, Bureau of Mineral Research, 24pp, maps.
  3. 3 Bagg, R.M., 1895 - The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey *
  4. 4 Bagg, R.M., 1898 - The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey *
  5. 5 Bailey, J.W., 1841 - Fossil foraminifera in the green sand of New Jersey *
  6. 6 Bailey, I.W., 1911 - A Cretaceous Pityoxylon *
  7. 7 Baird, D., 1954 - Chriotherium lulli, a pseudosuchian reptile from New Jersey *
  8. 8 Baird, D., 1955 - Three reptilian ichnite faunules from the Newark Triassic of Milford, New Jersey
  9. 9 Baird, D., 1957 - Triassic reptile footprint fanules from Milford, New Jersey *
  10. 10 Baird, D., 1958 - Fossil Footprint Sleuthing
  11. 11 Baird, D., 1964 - A fossil sea-turtle from New Jersey *#
  12. 12 Baird, D., 1967 - Age of fossil birds from the Greensands of New Jersey *
  13. 13 Baird, D., 1978 - Pneumatoarthrus Cope, 1870, Not a Dinosaur but a Sea-Turtle *
  14. 14 Baird, D., 1983 - Giant Pterosaur From The Navesink Greensand
  15. 15 Baird, D., 1984 - Evidence of giant protostegid sea-turtles in the Cretaceous of New Jersey *#
  16. 16 Baird, D., 1984 - No ichthyosaurs in the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey *#
  17. 17 Baird, D., 1986 - Halisaurus and Prognathodon, two mosasaurs from the Upper Cretaceous, NJ *#
  18. 18 Baird, D., 1986 - Cretaceous cheloniid turtle Osteopygis from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey *#
  19. 19 Baird, D., 1986 - Some Upper Triassic reptiles, footprints, and an amphibian from New Jersey *#
  20. 20 Baird, D., 1988 - Cretaceous Dinosaur Bone and Footprint from New Jersey *
  21. 21 Baird, D., 1989 - Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaur and footprints from New Jersey *#
  22. 22 Baird, D., G. R. Case, 1966 - Rare marine reptiles from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *@
  23. 23 Baird, D, P.M. Galton, 1981 - Pterosaur Bones from Delaware *
  24. 24 Baird, D, J.R. Horner, 1977 - A fresh look at the dinosaurs of New Jersey and Delaware *
  25. 25 Baird, D., W.F. Take, 1959 - Triassic reptiles from Nova Scotia *
  26. 26 Baker, F.C., 1903 - Pleistocene mollusks of White Pond, New Jersey *
  27. 27 Baker, F.C., 1920 - Pleistocene or glacial period *
  28. 28 Baker, J.E.B., 1995 - Extracting Microfossils of the Navesink Formation *#@
  29. 29 Banino, G.M., 1967 - Paleoenvironmental Significance of Upper Cambrian Algal Structures *
  30. 30 Bardack, D., G. Sprinkle, 1969 - Morphology and relationships of saurocephalid fishes *
  31. 31 Bardet N., C. Tunoglu, 2002 - Mosasaur From Turkey *
  32. 32 Barnett, S.G., 1965 - Conodonts from the Jacksonburg Limestone *
  33. 33 Barnett, S.G., 1965 - Conodonts from the Jacksonburg Limestone of northwestern New Jersey
  34. 34 Barnett, S.G., 1966 - Late Cayugan and Helderbergian startigraphy
  35. 35 Barnett, S.G., 1970 - Upper Cayugan and Helderbergian Stratigraphy *
  36. 36 Barnett,  S.G., 1971 - Evolution of Spathognathodus remscheidensis *
  37. 37 Barnett, S.G., 1972 - Evolution of Spathognathodus remscheidensis *
  38. 38 Barnett, S.G., 1976 - Geology of the Paleozoic Rocks of the Green Pond Outlier *
  39. 39 Barrett, S.T., 1879 - Fossils from the Upper Silurian rocks of Port Jervis, N.Y *
  40. 40 Basibuyuk, H.H.,  M.G. Fitton, A.P. Rasnitsyn, D.L.J. Quicke, 2000 - Evaniidae: Hymenoptera from Late Cretaceous New Jersey
  41. 41 Basibuyuk, H.H., D.L.J. Quicke, A.P. Rasnitsyn, 2000 - Orussidae: Hymenoptera from Late Cretaceous New Jersey
  42. 42 Basibuyuk, H.H., A.P. Rasnitsyn, K.Achterberg, M.G. Fitton, D.L.J. Quicke, 1998 - Cretaceous fossil braconid subfamily from New Jersey *
  43. 43 Bassler, R.S., 1915 - Bibliographic Index of American Ordovician and Silurian Fossils. Vol. 1 *
  44. 44 Bassler, R.S., 1915 - Bibliographic Index of American Ordovician and Silurian Fossils, Vol. 2 *
  45. 45 Becker, M.A., D. Brady, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., 2003 - Ischyrhiza mira, Navesink Formation *
  46. 46 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2001 - Fossil Turtles Navesink Formation *
  47. 47 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2005 - Anomuran Microcoprolites Navesink Formation *
  48. 48 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2006 - Anomuran Microcoprolites from Navesink Formations *
  49. 49 Becker, M.A, J.A. Chamberlain Jr., D. Brady, 2005 - Ischyrhiza mira, from Navesink Formation *
  50. 50 Becker, M.A., R.B. Chamberlain, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., 2007 - Carcharhinoid-type Shark Vertebrae in the Upper Cretaceous *#@
  51. 51 Becker, M.A., R.B. Chamberlain, J.A.Chamberlain, 2008 - Carcharhinoid type Shark Vertebrae *
  52. 52 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, R.B. Chamberlain, 2010 - Ice Age Elkmoose *
  53. 53 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, R.B. Chamberlain, M.C. Sosna, J.W. Linteris, 2007 - Scyliorhinoid-type Shark Vertebrae *
  54. 54 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, M.P. Garb, T.M. Holden, M.T.W. Carter, R.O. Johnson, 2006 - Catfish from the Late Cretaceous *
  55. 55 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, L. Goldstein, 2006 - Shark-Bitten Turtle Coastal from Navesink Formation *
  56. 56 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, W.J. Lamoreaux, R. Chamberlain, J. Lundberg, T. Holden, 2006 - Holocentrids from the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary of New Jersey *
  57. 57 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, J.G. Lundberg, W.J. L'amoreaux, R.B. Chamberlain, T.M. Holden, 2009 - Acanthomorpha euacanthopterygii) from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  58. 58 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, A.J. Robb, D.O. Terry, M.P. Garb, 2009 - Osteichthyes, Fox Hills Formation *
  59. 59 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, P.W.Stoffer, 2000 - Pathologic tooth in fossil Chondrichthians *
  60. 60 Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, D.O. Terry, 2004 - Chondrichthians Fox Hill Formation *
  61. 61 Becker, M.A, R.J. Early, J.A. Chamberlain, 2002 - Chondritchthyan Hard Parts from the lower Navesink *
  62. 62 Becker, M.A., W.T. Kirchgasser, eds., 2007 - Devonian Events and Correlations *
  63. 63 Becker, M.A., C.S. Mallery, J.A. Chamberlin -2010 - Cretaceous Osteichthyans, Hot Springs, Arkansas *
  64. 64 Becker, M., J. Meier, J., Slattery, W., 1999 - Spiral coprolites from Wenonah-Mt. Laurel and Navesink *
  65. 65 Becker, M.A., W. Slattery, J.A. Chamberlain, 1996 - Campanian and Maastrichtian macrofossils *
  66. 66 Beerbower, J. R., 1956 - Ordovician-Silurian contact, Delaware Water Gap
  67. 67 Beerbower, J.R., M.H. Hait, 1959 - Silurian fish of Northern New Jersey
  68. 68 Beesley, M., 1880 - Sunken cedar forests of Cape May County, N.J.
  69. 69 Bell, G. L. Jr., J. E. Martin, D. C. Parris, B. S. Grandstaff, 1994 - Mosasaurus dekayi in the upper Cretaceous
  70. 70 Bennington, J.B., 2001 - Pycnodonte convexa from New Jersey *
  71. 71 Bennington, J.B., 2002 - Pycnodonte convexa Predation *
  72. 72 Bennington, J.B., 2003 - Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation *
  73. 73 Bennington, J B., 2003 - Paleocommunities: Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  74. 74 Bennington, J.B., P. Aluskewicz, V. Apostolou, O. Daniello, A. DeMaine, N. Forsberg, J. Miller, K. Schwager, E. Verdi, 1998 - Callianassid, burrowing bivalve *
  75. 75 Bennington, J.B., J.Bonelli, J. Chandler, M.Selss, 1999 - Backlap shell bed Navesink Formation *
  76. 76 Bennington, J.B., N. Forsberg, K. Schwager, E. Verdi, 1997 - Callianassid burrows, Navesink Formation *
  77. 77 Bennington, J.B., J.Miller, J.Bonneli, 2010 - Navesink Formation Depositional Environments *
  78. 78 Bennington, J.B., M. Selss, A. Vinnik- Pycnodonte convexa Shell Color *
  79. 79 Bennington, J.B., C.M. Tappan, D. Radcliffe, 1996 - Transgressive systems Upper Navesink
  80. 80 Bennington, J.B., R. Vincenti, 1997 - Paleontological characteristics of the Navesink Formation *
  81. 81 Benson, R.N.,  N. Spoljaric - 1996 - Post-Potomoc Formation, Delaware *
  82. 82 Berg, T.M., 1977 - Bivalve burrow structures in the Bellvale Sandstone, New Jersey *
  83. 83 Berggen, W.A., R.K. Olsson, R.A. Reyment, 1967 - Foraminferal genus Pseudohastigerina
  84. 84 Bernstein, M. R., 1984 - Drainage Patter, Oldmans Creek, Southern New Jersey *
  85. 85 Bernstein, M. R., 1984 - Fossiliferous sandstone at Fairton, Cumberland County *
  86. 86 Bernstein, M.R., 1986 - Exogyrine Oysters
  87. 87 Bernstein, M.R., 1987 - Vincentown Formation along the valley of the Big Timber Creek *
  88. 88 Bernstein, M. R., 1988 - Marshalltown Formation of Oldmans Creek *
  89. 89 Berry, E.W., 1903 - The flora of the Matawan formation *
  90. 90 Berry, E.W., 1903 - New species of plants from the Matawan formation *
  91. 91 Berry, E.W., 1903 - Aralia in American Paleobotany *
  92. 92 Berry, E.W., 1903 - Notes on the Matawan Formation and its flora *
  93. 93 Berry, E.W., 1904 - The Cretaceous exposure near Cliffwood, New Jersey *
  94. 94 Berry, E.W., 1904 - Additions to the Flora of the Matawan Formation
  95. 95 Berry, E.W., 1905 - Additions to the fossil flora from Cliffwood, New Jersey *
  96. 96 Berry, E.W., 1905 - A Ficus confused with Proteoides *
  97. 97 Berry, E.W., 1905 - A palm from the mid-Cretaceous *
  98. 98 Berry, E.W., 1905 - An old swamp bottom *
  99. 99 Berry, E.W., 1905 - Fossil grasses and sedges *
  100. 100 Berry, E.W., 1906 - The flora of the Cliffwood clays *
  101. 101 Berry, E.W., 1906 - Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  102. 102 Berry, E.W., 1906 - A Brief Description of Fossil Plants *
  103. 103 Berry, E.W., 1907 - A Tilia from the New Jersey Pleistocene *
  104. 104 Berry, E.W., 1907 - New species of plants from the Magothy formation *
  105. 105 Berry, E.W., 1908 - Some Araucarian remains from the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  106. 106 Berry, E.W., 1909 - Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  107. 107 Berry, E.W., 1910 - Additions to the Pleistocene flora of New Jersey *
  108. 108 Berry, E.W., 1910 - The Evidence of the Flora regarding the Age of the Raritan Formation *
  109. 109 Berry, E.W., 1911 - The Flora of the Raritan formation *
  110. 110 Berry, E.W., 1911 - Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  111. 111 Berry, E.W., 1914 - Notes on the Geologic History of Platanus
  112. 112 Berry, E.W., 1916 - A petrified palm from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  113. 113 Berry, E.W., 1925 - Ripley Formation *
  114. 114 Berry, E.W., 1940 - Additions to the Pensauken flora *
  115. 115 Berry, C.T., 1942 -- A new ophiuran from the Eocene of New Jersey *
  116. 116 Berry, E.W., A.C. Hawkins, 1935 - Flora of the Pensauken Formation in New Jersey *
  117. 117 Bertolani, R., D. Grimaldi, 2000 - A Eutardigrade in amber from the Turonian of New Jersey *
  118. 118 Bibbins, A.B., -1910,  Magothy formation of the Atlantic Coast *
  119. 119 Bien, W., J.M. Wendt, 1999 - Sponge and bivalve borers in shells of the Cretaceous Oysters *
  120. 120 Bien, W., J.M. Wendt, R.R. Alexander, 1995 - Paleoecology of Cretaceous Oysters from NJ *#@
  121. 121 Bishop, G.A., 1984 - Late Cretaceous crabs of North America
  122. 122 Bishop, G.A., 1986 - Cretaceous crabs of North America *
  123. 123 Bishop, G.A., R.M.Feldmann, F. Vega, 1998 - The Dakoticancridae from Cretaceous of North America *
  124. 124 Black, G.F., 1916 - Paleontology of New Jersey *@
  125. 125 Blagoderov, V., D. Grimaldi, 2004 - Fossil Sciaroidea in Cretaceous Amber *
  126. 126 Bock, Wilhelm, 1946 - Crustaceans From The Lockatong Formation *#
  127. 127 Bock, W., 1952 - New eastern Triassic Ginkgos *
  128. 128 Bock, W., 1953 - American Triassic estherids *
  129. 129 Bock, W., 1959 - Eastern American Triassic Fishes
  130. 130 Bogan, A.E., E.E. Spamer, G.C. Manville, W.B. Gallagher, A.J. Cain, 1989 - Fish House local fauna and flora, Pleistocene *#
  131. 131 Bolsche, W., 1870 - Die Kreide von New Jersey
  132. 132 Bonelli, J., Bennington, J.B, 2000 - Navesink formation
  133. 133 Bonfiglio, T., D. Clements, E. Gilmore, 1987 - Cretaceous fossil locality in Burlington County *#
  134. 134 Borkent, A., 1997 - Biting midges from Upper Cretaceous New Jersey amber *
  135. 135 Borkent, A., 2000 - Biting midges from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber
  136. 136 Borkent, A., 2000 - Biting midges from Upper Cretaceous New Jersey amber
  137. 137 Boucot, A.J., K. L. Gauri, J. Southard, 1970 - Silurian and Lower Devonian brachiopods
  138. 138 Bowman, J.F., W. Lodding, 1969 - Pleistocene Fluvial deposit in New Jersey *
  139. 139 Boyd, W., 1982 - Bivalves and brachiopods from the Cretaceous Navesink Formation
  140. 140 Boyd, W., R.R. Alexander, 1983 - Bivalves and brachiopods, Cretaceous Navesink Formation *
  141. 141 Boyer, C., 1895 - A diatomaceous deposit from Wildwood, New Jersey
  142. 142 Boyer, P.S., 1972 - Cretaceous and Tertiary green-sands and their fauna, New Jersey Coastal Plain
  143. 143 Boyer, P.S., 1979 - Trace fossils Biformites and Fustiplphus from the Jurassic of New Jersey *
  144. 144 Boyer, P.S., E.A. Guinness, 1977 - Greensand Fecal Pellets from New Jersey)
  145. 145 Boyer, P.S, M.A. Lynch-Blosse, R.A. Stolzaman, 1974 - Greensand fecal pellets from New Jersey
  146. 146 Bramlette, M.N., 1965 - Mass Extinctions at the End of the Mesozoic
  147. 147 Branin, M.L., 1964 - New Jersey Academy of Science,The First Ten Years *
  148. 148 Branin, M.L., 1979 - New Jersey Academy of Science, The Fisrt Twenty-Five Years *
  149. 149 Breda, M., 2008 Cervacles In Eurasia *
  150. 150 Browning, J.V., K.G. Miller, D.K. Pak, 1996 - Eocene boundaries of New Jersey *
  151. 151 Browning, J.V., K.G. Miller, P.J. Sugarman, M.A. Kominz, P.P. McLaughlin, A.A. Kulpeczn, M.D. Feigensonn, 2008 - Sea level change *
  152. 152 Brett-Surman, M.K., 1996 - A Chronological History of Dinosaur Paleontology *
  153. 153 Brett-Surman, M.K., 2008 - The Bibliography of Hadrosaurian Dinosaurs *
  154. 154 Brice, W.R., 1981- Charles Lyell and the Geology of the Northeast *
  155. 155 Britton, N.L., 1882 - Notes on the Cretaceous marl belt of New Jersey *
  156. 156 Britton, N.L., 1883 - Post-Tertiary deposit containing impressions of leaves in Cumberland County *
  157. 157 Britton, N.L., 1885 - On the Archean rocks of New Jersey *
  158. 158 Britton, N.L., 1887 - On the Archean rocks of New Jersey *
  159. 159 Britton, N.L., 1888 - On an Archean plant from the white crystalline limestone of Sussex Co., N.J
  160. 160 Brochu, C.A., 2004 - Late Cretaceous Gavoloid From Eastern North America *
  161. 161 Brochu, C.A., 2006 - Eosuchus minor, a Longirostrine Crocodylian *
  162. 162 Brochu, C., D. Parris, B. Grandstaff, R. Denton, R., W. Gallagher, W., 2012 -  Borealosuchus, Late Cretaceous–early Paleogene, New Jersey *
  163. 163 Brodkorb, P., 1963 - Catalogue of Fossil Birds, Part 1 - Archaeopterygiformes through Ardeiformes *
  164. 164 Brodkorb, P., 1967 - Catalogue of Fossil Birds, Part 3 - Ralliformes, Ichthyomithiformes, Charadriiformes *
  165. 165 Brodkorb, P., 1978 - Catalogue of Fossil Birds, Part 5 - Passeriformes *
  166. 166 Brosius, J.E., R.D. Lev 1983 - Cliffwood Beach Fossil Preserve Final Report *@
  167. 167 Browne, P.A., 1849 -Fossil Cephalopoda, Belemnosepia, known by the name belemnite
  168. 168 Browning, J.V., K.G. Miller, L.M. Bybell, 1997 - Upper Eocene sequence stratigraphy
  169. 169 Browning, J.V., K.G. Miller, M. Van Fossen, C. Liu, D.K. Pak, M.P. Aubry, L.M. Bybell, 1997 - Eocene sequences of the New Jersey coastal plain
  170. 170 Brusatte, S., R.B.J. Benson, M.A. Norell, 2011 - Dryptosaurus aquilungus *
  171. 171 Bucknell College, The Martinsburg Formation Bibliography *
  172. 172 Buick, D, 2009 - Cucullaeidae Family*
  173. 173 Bukowski, F., 1979 - Prehistoric residents of Essex County, New Jersey *
  174. 174 Bukowski, F., 1980 - Cretaceous fossils from New Jersey and Delaware *
  175. 175 Bukowski, F., 1983 - Halisaurus platyspondylus, Mosasaur from New Jersey *#
  176. 176 Burnett, J.A., J.M. Hancock, W.J. Kennedy, A.R. Lord, 1992 - Campanian / Maastrichtian boundary
  177. 177 Burky, D., 1990 - Calcareous and siliceous nannoplankton *
  178. 178 Burns, J.E., 1976 - Cretaceous epifauna from burrows in the shells of Exogyra and Gryphea
  179. 179 Burns, J., 1991 - Fossil Collecting in the Mid-Atlantic States *
  180. 180 Burt, F.A., 1931 - Glauconite and foraminiferal shells *
  181. 181 Buscalioni, A.D., BP. Perez-Moreno, J.L. Sanz, 2003 - Late Cretaceous Crocodiles *
  182. 182 Bybell, L.M., 1992 - Calcareous nannofossils *
  183. 183 Bybell, L.M., J.M. Self-Trail, 1995 - Calcareous Nannofossils,  Paleocene-Eocene NJ*
  184. 184 Bybell, L.M., J.M. Self-Trail, 1997 - Paleocene and early Eocene calcareous nannofossils

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Bader, H., P.E. Wolfe 1948- Lime Marl Deposit of Vincetown, NJ *#

The Lime Marl Deposit of Vincentown, New Jersey. Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, Bureau of Mineral Research, 24pp, maps.

Bagg, R.M., 1895 - The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey *

Bagg, R.M., 1898 - The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey *

Bailey, J.W., 1841 - Fossil foraminifera in the green sand of New Jersey *

Bailey, I.W., 1911 - A Cretaceous Pityoxylon *

Baird, D., 1954 - Chriotherium lulli, a pseudosuchian reptile from New Jersey *

Baird, D., 1955 - Three reptilian ichnite faunules from the Newark Triassic of Milford, New Jersey

Three reptilian ichnite faunules from the Newark Triassic of Milford, New Jersey. Doctoral Thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 96pp.

Baird, D., 1957 - Triassic reptile footprint fanules from Milford, New Jersey *

Baird, D., 1958 - Fossil Footprint Sleuthing

Fossil Footprint Sleuthing. Geological Society of New Jersey

Baird, D., 1964 - A fossil sea-turtle from New Jersey *#

Baird, D., 1967 - Age of fossil birds from the Greensands of New Jersey *

Baird, D., 1978 - Pneumatoarthrus Cope, 1870, Not a Dinosaur but a Sea-Turtle *

Baird, D., 1983 - Giant Pterosaur From The Navesink Greensand

The Cretaceous "Jersey Devil": A Giant Pterosaur from the Navesink Greensand, Unpublished Abstract of Talk Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Academy of Sciences, 9 April 1983.

Baird, D., 1984 - Evidence of giant protostegid sea-turtles in the Cretaceous of New Jersey *#

Baird, D., 1984 - No ichthyosaurs in the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey *#

Baird, D., 1986 - Halisaurus and Prognathodon, two mosasaurs from the Upper Cretaceous, NJ *#

Baird, D., 1986 - Cretaceous cheloniid turtle Osteopygis from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey *#

Baird, D., 1986 - Some Upper Triassic reptiles, footprints, and an amphibian from New Jersey *#

Baird, D., 1988 - Cretaceous Dinosaur Bone and Footprint from New Jersey *

Baird, D., 1989 - Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaur and footprints from New Jersey *#

Baird, D., G. R. Case, 1966 - Rare marine reptiles from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *@


Baird, D, P.M. Galton, 1981 - Pterosaur Bones from Delaware *

Baird, D, J.R. Horner, 1977 - A fresh look at the dinosaurs of New Jersey and Delaware *

Baird, D., W.F. Take, 1959 - Triassic reptiles from Nova Scotia *

Baker, F.C., 1903 - Pleistocene mollusks of White Pond, New Jersey *

Baker, F.C., 1920 - Pleistocene or glacial period *

Baker, J.E.B., 1995 - Extracting Microfossils of the Navesink Formation *#@

Banino, G.M., 1967 - Paleoenvironmental Significance of Upper Cambrian Algal Structures *

Bardack, D., G. Sprinkle, 1969 - Morphology and relationships of saurocephalid fishes *

Bardet N., C. Tunoglu, 2002 - Mosasaur From Turkey *

Barnett, S.G., 1965 - Conodonts from the Jacksonburg Limestone *

Barnett, S.G., 1965 - Conodonts from the Jacksonburg Limestone of northwestern New Jersey

Conodonts from the Jacksonburg Limestone of northwestern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. Masters, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames IA, 142pps. 1964

Barnett, S.G., 1966 - Late Cayugan and Helderbergian startigraphy

Late Cayugan and Helderbergian startigraphy of southeastern New York and northern New Jersey. Doctoral Thesis, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 217p.

Barnett, S.G., 1970 - Upper Cayugan and Helderbergian Stratigraphy *

Barnett,  S.G., 1971 - Evolution of Spathognathodus remscheidensis *

Barnett, S.G., 1972 - Evolution of Spathognathodus remscheidensis *

Barnett, S.G., 1976 - Geology of the Paleozoic Rocks of the Green Pond Outlier *

Barrett, S.T., 1879 - Fossils from the Upper Silurian rocks of Port Jervis, N.Y *

Basibuyuk, H.H.,  M.G. Fitton, A.P. Rasnitsyn, D.L.J. Quicke, 2000 - Evaniidae: Hymenoptera from Late Cretaceous New Jersey

Two new genera of the Evaniidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) from the Late Creteaceous New Jersey amber in Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey (D. Grimaldi ed.), Backhuy Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands

Basibuyuk, H.H., D.L.J. Quicke, A.P. Rasnitsyn, 2000 - Orussidae: Hymenoptera from Late Cretaceous New Jersey

A new genus of the Orussidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) from Late Cretaceous New Jersey amber in Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey (D. Grimaldi ed.), Backhuy Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands

Basibuyuk, H.H., A.P. Rasnitsyn, K.Achterberg, M.G. Fitton, D.L.J. Quicke, 1998 - Cretaceous fossil braconid subfamily from New Jersey *

Bassler, R.S., 1915 - Bibliographic Index of American Ordovician and Silurian Fossils. Vol. 1 *

Bassler, R.S., 1915 - Bibliographic Index of American Ordovician and Silurian Fossils, Vol. 2 *


Becker, M.A., D. Brady, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., 2003 - Ischyrhiza mira, Navesink Formation *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2001 - Fossil Turtles Navesink Formation *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2005 - Anomuran Microcoprolites Navesink Formation *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, 2006 - Anomuran Microcoprolites from Navesink Formations *

Becker, M.A, J.A. Chamberlain Jr., D. Brady, 2005 - Ischyrhiza mira, from Navesink Formation *

Becker, M.A., R.B. Chamberlain, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., 2007 - Carcharhinoid-type Shark Vertebrae in the Upper Cretaceous *#@

Becker, M.A., R.B. Chamberlain, J.A.Chamberlain, 2008 - Carcharhinoid type Shark Vertebrae *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, R.B. Chamberlain, 2010 - Ice Age Elkmoose *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, R.B. Chamberlain, M.C. Sosna, J.W. Linteris, 2007 - Scyliorhinoid-type Shark Vertebrae *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, M.P. Garb, T.M. Holden, M.T.W. Carter, R.O. Johnson, 2006 - Catfish from the Late Cretaceous *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, L. Goldstein, 2006 - Shark-Bitten Turtle Coastal from Navesink Formation *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, W.J. Lamoreaux, R. Chamberlain, J. Lundberg, T. Holden, 2006 - Holocentrids from the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary of New Jersey *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, J.G. Lundberg, W.J. L'amoreaux, R.B. Chamberlain, T.M. Holden, 2009 - Acanthomorpha euacanthopterygii) from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Becker, M.A., J.A. Chamberlain, A.J. Robb, D.O. Terry, M.P. Garb, 2009 - Osteichthyes, Fox Hills Formation *

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Bernstein, M.R., 1986 - Exogyrine Oysters

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Bernstein, M. R., 1988 - Marshalltown Formation of Oldmans Creek *

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Berry, E.W., 1903 - New species of plants from the Matawan formation *

Berry, E.W., 1903 - Aralia in American Paleobotany *

Berry, E.W., 1903 - Notes on the Matawan Formation and its flora *

Berry, E.W., 1904 - The Cretaceous exposure near Cliffwood, New Jersey *

Berry, E.W., 1904 - Additions to the Flora of the Matawan Formation

Berry, E.W., 1905 - Additions to the fossil flora from Cliffwood, New Jersey *

Berry, E.W., 1905 - A Ficus confused with Proteoides *

Berry, E.W., 1905 - A palm from the mid-Cretaceous *

Berry, E.W., 1905 - An old swamp bottom *

Berry, E.W., 1905 - Fossil grasses and sedges *

Berry, E.W., 1906 - The flora of the Cliffwood clays *

Berry, E.W., 1906 - Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Berry, E.W., 1906 - A Brief Description of Fossil Plants *

Berry, E.W., 1907 - A Tilia from the New Jersey Pleistocene *

Berry, E.W., 1907 - New species of plants from the Magothy formation *

Berry, E.W., 1908 - Some Araucarian remains from the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Berry, E.W., 1909 - Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Berry, E.W., 1910 - Additions to the Pleistocene flora of New Jersey *

Berry, E.W., 1910 - The Evidence of the Flora regarding the Age of the Raritan Formation *

Berry, E.W., 1911 - The Flora of the Raritan formation *

Berry, E.W., 1911 - Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Berry, E.W., 1914 - Notes on the Geologic History of Platanus

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Berry, E.W., 1916 - A petrified palm from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Berry, E.W., 1925 - Ripley Formation *

Berry, E.W., 1940 - Additions to the Pensauken flora *

Berry, C.T., 1942 -- A new ophiuran from the Eocene of New Jersey *

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Bock, W., 1959 - Eastern American Triassic Fishes

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Boyer, C., 1895 - A diatomaceous deposit from Wildwood, New Jersey

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Britton, N.L., 1883 - Post-Tertiary deposit containing impressions of leaves in Cumberland County *

Britton, N.L., 1885 - On the Archean rocks of New Jersey *

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