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Contents

  1. 1 Callahan, W., Schein, J.P., Schroeter, E.R., Parris, D.C., Lacovara, K.J., 2012 - Sphenodus Shark from NJ *
  2. 2 Cameron, B., M. Carreiro, E. Newman, 1980 - Algal and fungal shell-borings of New Jersey
  3. 3 Cameron, B., W. Hatch, S. Kimley, 1972 - Shell-borers from the Cretaceous Navesink Formation
  4. 4 Cameron, B. E. Hoffman, S. Golubic, 1980 - Late Cretaceous Belemnite rostra *
  5. 5 Cameron, B., 1985 - Glauconitic pellets from the Navesink and Red Bank formations
  6. 6 Canu, F., R.S. Bassler, 1920 - North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa *
  7. 7 Canu, F., R.S. Bassler, 1933 - The bryzoan fauna of the Vincetown Limesand *
  8. 8 Cappetta, H., 1975 - Campanien de New Jersey
  9. 9 Cappetta, H., 1987 - Chondrichthyes II: Mesozoid and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii #
  10. 10 Cappetta, H., G. R. Case, 1975 - Contribution a l'eetude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Camanien-Maastrichtien) du New Jersey
  11. 11 Carpenter, J.A., 2000 - A vespid wasp from New Jersey Cretaceous amber
  12. 12 Carpenter, K., D.A. Russell, D. Baird, R. Denton, 1997 - Redescription of Dryptosaurus aquilungus *
  13. 13 Carter, B.D., 1987 - Paleogene Echnoid in the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  14. 14 Carter, M.T.W., R.O. Johnson, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., C. Mehling, 2008 - Vertebrate Fauna from the New Egypt Formation *
  15. 15 Carey, W., 1976 - Fossils in Delaware *
  16. 16 Fossils in Delaware, in Transactions of the Delaware Academy of Science, eds. J.C. Kraft, W. Carey, 195-261
  17. 17 Carey, J.S., 1996 - Quaternary Sequence Stratigraphy of New Jersey *
  18. 18 Cartelle, C., G DeIuliis, 1995, Eremotherium Laurillardi, Pleistocene Sloth *
  19. 19 Case, G. R., 1965 - Fossil Hunting in New Jersey *
  20. 20 Case, G. R., 1966 - Miocene Giant White Shark
  21. 21 Case, G. R., 1966 - Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey
  22. 22 Case, G. R., 1967 - Fossil shark and fish remains of North America *#
  23. 23 Case, G. R., 196? - Fossil Fish of Granton Quarry *
  24. 24 Case, G. R., 1972 - Handbook of Fossil Collecting *#
  25. 25 Case, G. R., 1978 - Ischyodus bifurcatus, a new species of chimaeroid fish
  26. 26 Case, G. R., 1989 - Cretolamna appendiculata in the Raritan  Formation *#
  27. 27 Case, G. R., 1992 - A Pictorial Guide to Fossils #
  28. 28 Case, G. R., 1993 - Palaeocarcharodon in the Paleocene of New Jersey *#@
  29. 29 Case, G.R., 1995 - Fossil Shark Remains from the Maestrichtian of New Jersey *#@
  30. 30 Case, G.R., 1996 - A new selachian fauna from the Lower Hornerstown *#@
  31. 31 Case, G.R., D.R. Schimmwer,  P. D. Borodin, J. J. Leggett, 2001 - Fossil selachians from the New Egypt Formation
  32. 32 Caster, K.E., 1939 - Micrichnus scotti and Artiodacytlus sinclairi of the Newark series *
  33. 33 Chaffee, R.G., 1939 - A new eagle-ray from the lower Eocene of New Jersey *#
  34. 34 Chaffee, R.G., 1939  - A new Cretaceous mosasaur of the subfamily Platercarpinae *#
  35. 35 Chaffee, R.G., 1940 - Indications of Cretaceous New Jersey shore lines *
  36. 36 Chamberlain, J. A., Jr., M. A. Becker, M. P. Garb, 2005 - Sharks from the Hornerstown Formation
  37. 37 Chamberlain, J.A., Jr., R.B. Chamberlain, 2007 - Devonian Bivalve Archanodon catskillensis *#@
  38. 38 Charletta, A.C., 1976 - Dinoflagellate biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation
  39. 39 Charletta, A.C., 1980 - Eocene benthic foraminferal *
  40. 40 Charletta, A.C., P.S. Boyer, 1974 - Scolecodonts from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  41. 41 Christensen, B,A., K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, 1989 - Eocene benthic Foraminiferal
  42. 42 Christensen, B.A., K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, 1995 - Eocene-Oligocene Benthic Foraminiferal Biofacies *
  43. 43 Christopher, R., 1979 - Normapolles and Triporate Pollen Assemblages from the Raritan and Magothy Formations *
  44. 44 Chrysler, M.A., 1931 - A fossil cycad in New Jersey *
  45. 45 Chrysler, M.A., 1932 - A new cycadeoid from New Jersey *
  46. 46 Chrysler, M.A., C. M. Haenseler, 1936 - A Cretaceous Fungus: Xylomites Cycadeoideae
  47. 47 Churcher, C.S., J.D. Pinsof, 1987 - Cervacles *
  48. 48 Cicimurri, D.J., D.C. Parris, M.J. Everhart - 2008, Chimaeroid Fish Dentition, Niobrara Chalk, Kansas *
  49. 49 Clack, J.A., 1996 - Otoliths in Fossil Coelacanths *
  50. 50 Clark, W.B., 1891 - Eocene Correlation papers *
  51. 51 Clark, W.B., 1891 - Cretaceous Echinoidea of North America *
  52. 52 Clark, W.B., 1892 - Annual expedition of the students in geology, 1892 *
  53. 53 Clark, W.B., 1893 - Cretaceous and Tertiary formations of New Jersey *
  54. 54 Clark, W.B., 1893 - Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States *
  55. 55 Clark, W.B., 1894 - Cretaceous and Tertiary Geology of New Jersey *
  56. 56 Clark, W.B., 1894 - Origin and Classification of the Greensands of New Jersey *
  57. 57 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Cretaceous deposits of the Northern half of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *
  58. 58 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Two new brachiopods from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  59. 59 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Geological Excursions *
  60. 60 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Contributions to the Eocece Fauna of the Middle Atlantic Slope *
  61. 61 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Additional observations upon the Miocene deposits of New Jersey *
  62. 62 Clark, W.B., 1895 - Marginal development of the Miocene in eastern New Jersey *
  63. 63 Clark, W.B., 1897 - Upper Cretaceous formations of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland *
  64. 64 Clark, W.B., 1898 - Report on the Upper Cretaceous formations *
  65. 65 Clark, W.B., 1904 - Matawan formation of Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey *
  66. 66 Clark, W.B., 1910 - Coastal plain formations in the area between Massachusetts and North Carolina *
  67. 67 Clark, W.B., 1915 - Mesozoic and Cenozoic Echinodermata of the United States *
  68. 68 Clark, W.B., R.M. Bagg, G.B. Shattuck, 1897 - Upper Cretaceous Formations of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland *
  69. 69 Clarke, C.W., J. Gardner, W. Woodring,  1943 - Cenozoic Formations of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
  70. 70 Clarke, C.W., L.W. Stephenson, 1928 - Eocene age of the supposed Late Upper Cretaceous Greensand Marls of New Jersey
  71. 71 Clements, D., 1990 - Vertebrate Fossils, NJ Cretaceous and Tertiary Deposits *
  72. 72 Clements, D., N. Gilmore, 1987 - Vertebrates from Woodbury-Englishtown Transition *
  73. 73 Cloos, E., 1974 - Edward Wilbur Berry, A Biographical Memoir *
  74. 74 Clough, J.H., 1964 - Serpulid Worms from New Jersey *
  75. 75 Cobban, W.A., 1969 - The Late Cretaceous ammonites Scaphites leei and Scaphites hippocrepis *
  76. 76 Cobban, W.A., 1973 - The late Cretaceous ammonite Trachyscaphites pulcherriums in NJ
  77. 77 Cobban, W.A., 1974 - Ammonites from the Navesink Formation at Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey *
  78. 78 Cobban, W.A., W.J. Kennedy, 1990 - Ammonites from the Raritan Formation in New Jersey *
  79. 79 Colbert, E.H., 1944 - Corrections for a Check List of the Fossil Reptiles of New Jersey *
  80. 80 Colbert, E.H., 1946 - Hypsognathus, a Triassic reptile from New Jersey
  81. 81 Colbert, E.H., 1948 -  A Hadrosaurian dinosaur from New Jersey *#
  82. 82 Colbert, E.H., 1963 - New Aspects of Triassic reptilian life
  83. 83 Colbert, E.H., 1965 - A phytosaur from North Bergen, New Jersey *
  84. 84 Colbert, E.H., 1966 - A gliding reptile from the Triassic of New Jersey*
  85. 85 Colbert, E.H., 1970 - The Triassic gliding reptile lacarosaurus *
  86. 86 Colbert, E.H., J.T. Gregory, 1957 - Correlation of Triassic sediments by vertebrate fossils
  87. 87 Colbert, E.H., P.E. Olsen, 2001 -  Aquatic Reptile from the Lockatong Formation of NJ *
  88. 88 Conrad, T.A., 1850 - Descriptions of one new Cretaceous and seven new Eocene fossils *
  89. 89 Conrad, T.A., 1853 - Descriptions of new fossil shells of the United States *
  90. 90 Conrad, T.A., 1858 -Cretaceous Fossil, Tippah Country, Miss *
  91. 91 Conrad, T.A., 1854 -  Notes on shells, with descriptions of new species *
  92. 92 Conrad, T.A., 1863 -  Descriptions of new species of Tertiary and recent shells *
  93. 93 Conrad, T.A., 1865 -  Eocene shells from Shark River, Monmouth Co., New Jersey *
  94. 94 Conrad, T.A., 1865 -  Observations on the Eocene lignite formation of the United States *
  95. 95 Conrad, T.A., 1866 - Illustrations of Miocene fossils with descriptions of new species *
  96. 96 Conrad, T.A., 1866 - Checklist of Invertebrate Fossils of North America: Eocene and Oligocene *
  97. 97 Conrad, T.A., 1867 - Descriptions of new genera and species of Fossil shells *
  98. 98 Conrad, T.A., 1868 - Synopsis of invertebrate fossils of the Cretaceous formation of New Jersey *
  99. 99 Conrad, T.A., 1869 -  Notes on American fossiliferous strata of New Jersey *
  100. 100 Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of Miocene, Eocene and Cretaceous shells *
  101. 101 Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of new fossil Mollusca, principally Cretaceous *
  102. 102 Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of references to Miocene shells *
  103. 103 Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Notes on American fossiliferous strata of New Jersey *
  104. 104 Conrad, T.A., 1870 - Notes of recent and fossil shells, with descriptions of new species *
  105. 105 Cook, G.H., 1859 - Geology of New Jersey
  106. 106 Cook, G.H., 1868 -  The Geology of New Jersey *
  107. 107 Cook, G.H., 1878 -  Clay Deposits in New Jersey *
  108. 108 Cook, G.H., 1879 -  Red sandstone or Triassic formation *
  109. 109 Cook, G.H., 1883 - Tertiary and Cretaceous Formations of Southern New Jersey *
  110. 110 Cook, G.H., 1885 - Geological, Including Structural and Lithological Geology *
  111. 111 Cook, G.H., 1886 - geology of the cretaceous and tertiary formations of New Jersey *
  112. 112 Cook, G.H., 1887 - Geologic Survey of NJ *
  113. 113 Cook, G.H., 1888 - Report of the subcommitte on the Mesozoic
  114. 114 Cook, J.J., R.C. Ramsdell, 1991 - Macrofossils from the Vincentown Formation of NJ *#@
  115. 115 Cooke, C. W., 1953 - American Upper Cretaceous Echinoidea *
  116. 116 Cooke, C.W., 1955 - Some Cretaceous Echinoids from the Americas *
  117. 117 Cooke, C.W., 1958 - Cretaceous Echionoidea of New Jersey and adjacent regions *
  118. 118 Cooke, C.W., 1959 - Cenozoic echinoids of Eastern United States *
  119. 119 Cooke, C.W., J. Gardner, W.P. Woodring, 1943 - Cenozoic Correlation Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains *
  120. 120 Cooke, C.W., L.W. Stephenson, 1928 - Eocene Age of Late Cretaceous Greensand Marls  *#
  121. 121 Cooper, G.A., 1942 - New Genera of North American Brachiopods *
  122. 122 Cooper, G.A., 1979 - Tertiary and Cretaceous Brachiopods from Cuba and the Caribbean *
  123. 123 Cooper, G.A., 1983 - Terebratulacea (Brachipod): Triassic to Recent *
  124. 124 Cooper, G.A., 1988 - Some Tertiary Brachiopods of the Eastern United States *
  125. 125 Cope, E.D., 1860 - Remarks on Saurocephalus and its Allies *
  126. 126 Cope, E.D., 1860 - Remarks on the Structure of the Feet of Megalonyx *
  127. 127 Cope, E.D., 1866 - Gigantic dinosaur, Laelaps (Dryptosaurus) aquilungus from New Jersey*
  128. 128 Cope, E.D., 1866 - Remarks on Laelaps *
  129. 129 Cope, E.D., 1867 - Miocene Cetacea of the United States *
  130. 130 Cope, E.D., 1867 - Remarks on extinct reptiles which approach birds *
  131. 131 Cope, E.D., 1868 - The Fossil Reptiles of New Jersey, Part 1 *
  132. 132 Cope, E.D., 1868 -  Reptilia found in the Mesozoic and Tertiary strata of New Jersey *
  133. 133 Cope, E.D., 1868 - [Remarks on extinct reptiles] *
  134. 134 Cope, E.D., 1868 - Synopsis of the extinct Mammalia of New Jersey *
  135. 135 Cope, E.D., 1868 - On Some Cretaceous Reptillia *
  136. 136 Cope, E.D., 1868 - Palaeophis littoralis from Monmouth County, New Jersey *
  137. 137 Cope, E.D., 1868 - Reptilian remains from New Jersey *
  138. 138 Cope, E.D., 1868 - Reptilian remains from New Jersey and Maryland *
  139. 139 Cope, E.D., 1868 - On the genus Laelaps *
  140. 140 Cope, E.D., 1869 - Description of some extinct fishes previously unknown *
  141. 141 Cope, E.D., 1869 - Cope report on Cretaceous reptiles of New Jersey *
  142. 142 Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on a new Mosasauroid Reptile *
  143. 143 Cope, E.D., 1869 - On reptilian remains from New Jersey and Kansas *
  144. 144 Cope, E.D., 1869 - History of the fishes of the Cretaceous of the United States *
  145. 145 Cope, E.D., 1869 - On the reptilian orders, Pythonomorpha and Streptosauria *
  146. 146 Cope, E.D., 1869 -Third Contribution to the Miocene Fauna of the United States *
  147. 147 Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on Fossils from New Jersey *
  148. 148 Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on fossil reptiles *
  149. 149 Cope, E.D., 1870 - Fauna of the Miocene and Eocene periods of the United States *
  150. 150 Cope, E.D., 1870 - On Adocus, A Genus of Cretaceous Emydidae *
  151. 151 Cope, E.D., 1870 - On Elasmosaurus platyurus *
  152. 152 Cope, E.D., 1870 - Additional note on Elasmosaurus *
  153. 153 Cope, E.D., 1870 - The fossil reptiles of New Jersey, Part 2 *
  154. 154 Cope, E.D., 1870 - Supplementary notice of a new chimaerid [Leptomylus cookii] from New Jersey *
  155. 155 Cope, E.D., 1870 - Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America *
  156. 156 Cope, E.D., 1870 - On the Adocidae *
  157. 157 Cope, E.D., 1871 - On the extinct tortoises of the Cretaceous New Jersey *
  158. 158 Cope, E.D., 1871 - On reptilian fossils of New Jersey, New Mexico and Kansas *
  159. 159 Cope, E.D., 1871 - Pythonomorphia and the occurrence of Rhinoceras, Dugons in New Jersey *
  160. 160 Cope, E.D., 1872 - Holops pneumaticus from the Cretaceous Green Sand of New Jersey *
  161. 161 Cope, E.D., 1872 - Reptilia of the Eocene formation of New Jersey *
  162. 162 Cope, E.D., 1872 - Extinct tortoises of the Cretaceous New Jersey  *
  163. 163 Cope, E.D., 1872 - Fishes *
  164. 164 Cope, E.D., 1875 - Vertebrata of the Miocene of Cumberland Co., New Jersey *
  165. 165 Cope, E.D., 1875 -  On green sand Vertebrata *
  166. 166 Cope, E.D., 1881 - A new Clidastes from New Jersey *
  167. 167 Cope, E.D., 1883 - characters of the skull in the Hadrosauridae *
  168. 168 Cornet, B., 2003 - Upper Cretaceous Fossil Plants, Amber, Insects and Dinosaurs Bones, Sayreville, New Jersey *
  169. 169 Coryell, H.N., 1935 - Bairdoppilata, a new genus of Ostracoda *
  170. 170 Coues, 1872 - Key to North American Birds *
  171. 171 Cracraft, J., 1972 - A New Cretaceous Charadriiform Family *@
  172. 172 Cracraft, J., 1973 - Systematics and Evolution of the Gruiformes *
  173. 173 Cracraft, J., 2000 - Avian Evolutionary Biogeoghraphy and the K-T Event *
  174. 174 Cramer, B.S., M. Aubry, K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, J.D. Wright, D.V. Kent, 1999 - Record of the latest Paleocene thermal maximu, Bass River, NJ *
  175. 175 Credner, C.H., 1870 - Die Kreide von New Jersey [Coprolithus (Macropoma) mantelli]
  176. 176 Creisler, B.S., 1992 - Monoclonius COPE *
  177. 177 Crepet, W.L., K.C. Nixon, Friise,E.M., Freudenstein, J.V. 1992 - Oldest Fossile Flower, Late Cretaceous of NJ *
  178. 178 Crepet, W.L., K.C. Nixon, 1998 - New Fossil Flowers from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  179. 179 Crepet, W. L., K.C. Nixon, 1998 - Fossil clusiaceae from the late cretaceous of New Jersey  *
  180. 180 Crepet, W.L., K.C.Nixon, M.A. Gandolfo, 2005 - Jerseyanthus calycanthoides, From the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  181. 181 Crespo, S., 1977 - Invertebrate paleontology of the Highlands of New Jersey *
  182. 182 Cuffey, R.J., 1989- CD Canal Bryzoan *
  183. 183 C&D Canal Bryzoan personal correspodance to Ed Laugininger
  184. 184 Cuffey, R.J., 1996 - Pleuronea fibrosa, The Hornerstown "Hornerid, Bryzoan Colony *
  185. 185 Culver, S.J., 2003 - Benthic Foraminifera at the KT Boundary *
  186. 186 Curran, H.A, 1984 - Trace fossil of Englishtown Formation of Delaware
  187. 187 The Trace Fossil Assemblage of a Cretaceous Nearshore Environment, Englishtown Formation of Delaware, USA., in H. A. Curran (ed.), Biogenic Structures. Society of Economic Paleontologists and MIneralogists Special Publication 35, p. 261-276.
  188. 188 Curran, H.A, R.L. Martin, 1980 - Trace fossil of Upper Cretaceous of Delaware and New Jersey*
  189. 189 Currie, D.C., D. Grimaldi, 2000 - Black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) from mid Cretaceous amber of New Jersey
  190. 190 Cushman, J.A., 1918 - Pliocene and Miocene formanifiera of the Coastal Plain of the United States *
  191. 191 Some Pliocene and Miocene formanifiera of the Coastal Plain of the United States. United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 676
  192. 192 Cushman, J.A., 1946 - Cretaceous Foraminifera Gulf Coast *#
  193. 193 Cutbush, J., 1814 -  On the blue earth of New Jersey *
  194. 194 Cuthbert, F.L., G.L. Jepsen, H. Herpers, W.R.Thurston, H.Richards, 1951 - Short Geologic Papers *

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Callahan, W., Schein, J.P., Schroeter, E.R., Parris, D.C., Lacovara, K.J., 2012 - Sphenodus Shark from NJ *

Cameron, B., M. Carreiro, E. Newman, 1980 - Algal and fungal shell-borings of New Jersey

Algal and fungal shell-borings from the Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary of New Jersey [abstr]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 12(2):27-28. The Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section, 15th annual meeting. 

Cameron, B., W. Hatch, S. Kimley, 1972 - Shell-borers from the Cretaceous Navesink Formation

Commensalism and parasitism of shell-borers from the Cretaceous Navesink Formation of New Jersey (abstr): In Northeastern Section, 7th Annual Meeting, Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program, 4(1):7-8

Cameron, B. E. Hoffman, S. Golubic, 1980 - Late Cretaceous Belemnite rostra *

Cameron, B., 1985 - Glauconitic pellets from the Navesink and Red Bank formations

A study of glauconitic pellets from the Navesink and Red Bank formations (Upper Cretaceous) in New Jersey. Master's, Montclair State College, Upper Montclair, NJ.

Canu, F., R.S. Bassler, 1920 - North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa *

Canu, F., R.S. Bassler, 1933 - The bryzoan fauna of the Vincetown Limesand *

Cappetta, H., 1975 - Campanien de New Jersey

Ptychotrygon vermiculata nov. sp., selacien novuveau du Campanien de New Jersey (U.S.A.) Society Geological France, Bulletin 17(5)Supplement 5:164-166.

Cappetta, H., 1987 - Chondrichthyes II: Mesozoid and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii #

Cappetta, H., G. R. Case, 1975 - Contribution a l'eetude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Camanien-Maastrichtien) du New Jersey

Contribution a l'eetude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Camanien-Maastrichtien) du New Jersey. Palaeontographica, Abt. A 151(1-3):1-46.

Carpenter, J.A., 2000 - A vespid wasp from New Jersey Cretaceous amber

A vespid wasp from New Jersey Cretaceous amber in Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey (D. Grimaldi ed.), Backhuy Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands

Carpenter, K., D.A. Russell, D. Baird, R. Denton, 1997 - Redescription of Dryptosaurus aquilungus *

Carter, B.D., 1987 - Paleogene Echnoid in the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Paleogene Echnoid in the Atlantic Coastal Plains, Palaois, 2:390-404

Carter, M.T.W., R.O. Johnson, J.A. Chamberlain, Jr., C. Mehling, 2008 - Vertebrate Fauna from the New Egypt Formation *

Carey, W., 1976 - Fossils in Delaware *

Fossils in Delaware, in Transactions of the Delaware Academy of Science, eds. J.C. Kraft, W. Carey, 195-261

Carey, J.S., 1996 - Quaternary Sequence Stratigraphy of New Jersey *

Quaternary Sequence Stratigraphy of New Jersey, PhD Dissertation, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey 210pps

Cartelle, C., G DeIuliis, 1995, Eremotherium Laurillardi, Pleistocene Sloth *

Eremotherium Laurillardi: The Panamerican Late Pleistocene Megatherid Sloth, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 15(4):830-841

Case, G. R., 1965 Fossil Hunting in New Jersey *

Case, G. R., 1966 - Miocene Giant White Shark

Localities for Collecting Teeth of the Miocene Giant White Shark, Earth Science 19(2):65-68

Case, G. R., 1966 - Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey

Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey, Earth Science 19(5):200-202

Case, G. R., 1967 - Fossil shark and fish remains of North America *#

Case, G. R., 196? - Fossil Fish of Granton Quarry *

Case, G. R., 1972 - Handbook of Fossil Collecting *#

Case, G. R., 1978 - Ischyodus bifurcatus, a new species of chimaeroid fish

Ischyodus bifurcatus, a new species of chimaeroid fish from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey. Géobios 11(1):21-29

Case, G. R., 1989 - Cretolamna appendiculata in the Raritan  Formation *#

Case, G. R., 1992 - A Pictorial Guide to Fossils #

A Pictorial Guide to Fossils. Krieger Publication Company, Melbourne, Florida, 515 pp

Case, G. R., 1993 - Palaeocarcharodon in the Paleocene of New Jersey *#@

Case, G.R., 1995 - Fossil Shark Remains from the Maestrichtian of New Jersey *#@

Case, G.R., 1996 - A new selachian fauna from the Lower Hornerstown *#@

Case, G.R., D.R. Schimmwer,  P. D. Borodin, J. J. Leggett, 2001 - Fossil selachians from the New Egypt Formation

Fossil selachians from the New Egypt Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Late Maestrichtian) of Arneytown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Palaeontographica A 261:113-124.

Caster, K.E., 1939 - Micrichnus scotti and Artiodacytlus sinclairi of the Newark series *

Chaffee, R.G., 1939 - A new eagle-ray from the lower Eocene of New Jersey *#

Chaffee, R.G., 1939  - A new Cretaceous mosasaur of the subfamily Platercarpinae *#

Chaffee, R.G., 1940 - Indications of Cretaceous New Jersey shore lines *

Chamberlain, J. A., Jr., M. A. Becker, M. P. Garb, 2005 - Sharks from the Hornerstown Formation

Sharks from the basal Hornerstown Formation, Monmouth County, New Jersey: implications for a severe chondrichthian extinction at or near the K/T boundary.Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 8. 37

Chamberlain, J.A., Jr., R.B. Chamberlain, 2007 - Devonian Bivalve Archanodon catskillensis *#@

Charletta, A.C., 1976 - Dinoflagellate biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation

Dinoflagellate biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation, New Jersey coastal plain, 33pp. Master's Thesis, Rutgers State University, Newark, NJ

Charletta, A.C., 1980 - Eocene benthic foraminferal *

Charletta, A.C., P.S. Boyer, 1974 - Scolecodonts from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Christensen, B,A., K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, 1989 - Eocene benthic Foraminiferal

Eocene benthic Foraminiferal Biofacies recorded at the ACGS PS4 Borehole, New Jersey Coastal Plain. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 21(2):8

Christensen, B.A., K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, 1995 - Eocene-Oligocene Benthic Foraminiferal Biofacies *

Christopher, R., 1979 - Normapolles and Triporate Pollen Assemblages from the Raritan and Magothy Formations *

Chrysler, M.A., 1931 - A fossil cycad in New Jersey *

Chrysler, M.A., 1932 - A new cycadeoid from New Jersey *

Chrysler, M.A., C. M. Haenseler, 1936 - A Cretaceous Fungus: Xylomites Cycadeoideae

Churcher, C.S., J.D. Pinsof, 1987 - Cervacles *

Cicimurri, D.J., D.C. Parris, M.J. Everhart - 2008, Chimaeroid Fish Dentition, Niobrara Chalk, Kansas *

Clack, J.A., 1996 - Otoliths in Fossil Coelacanths *

Clark, W.B., 1891 - Eocene Correlation papers *

Clark, W.B., 1891 - Cretaceous Echinoidea of North America *

Clark, W.B., 1892 - Annual expedition of the students in geology, 1892 *

Clark, W.B., 1893 - Cretaceous and Tertiary formations of New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1893 - Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States *

Clark, W.B., 1894 - Cretaceous and Tertiary Geology of New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1894 - Origin and Classification of the Greensands of New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Cretaceous deposits of the Northern half of the Atlantic Coastal Plain *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Two new brachiopods from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Geological Excursions *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Contributions to the Eocece Fauna of the Middle Atlantic Slope *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Additional observations upon the Miocene deposits of New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1895 - Marginal development of the Miocene in eastern New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1897 - Upper Cretaceous formations of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland *

Clark, W.B., 1898 - Report on the Upper Cretaceous formations *

Clark, W.B., 1904 - Matawan formation of Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey *

Clark, W.B., 1910 - Coastal plain formations in the area between Massachusetts and North Carolina *

Clark, W.B., 1915 - Mesozoic and Cenozoic Echinodermata of the United States *

Clark, W.B., R.M. Bagg, G.B. Shattuck, 1897 - Upper Cretaceous Formations of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland *

Clarke, C.W., J. Gardner, W. Woodring,  1943 - Cenozoic Formations of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain

Correlation of the Cenozoic Formations of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain and the Caribbean Regioin. Bulletin of the Geological Society 54:1713-1723

Clarke, C.W., L.W. Stephenson, 1928 - Eocene age of the supposed Late Upper Cretaceous Greensand Marls of New Jersey

The Eocene age of the supposed Late Upper Cretaceous Greensand Marls of New Jersey. Journal of Geology 36:139-148

Clements, D., 1990 - Vertebrate Fossils, NJ Cretaceous and Tertiary Deposits *

Clements, D., N. Gilmore, 1987 - Vertebrates from Woodbury-Englishtown Transition *

Cloos, E., 1974 - Edward Wilbur Berry, A Biographical Memoir *

Clough, J.H., 1964 - Serpulid Worms from New Jersey *

Cobban, W.A., 1969 - The Late Cretaceous ammonites Scaphites leei and Scaphites hippocrepis *

Cobban, W.A., 1973 - The late Cretaceous ammonite Trachyscaphites pulcherriums in NJ

The late Cretaceous ammonite Trachyscaphites pulcherriums (Roemer) in New Jersey and Texas. United States Geological Survey, Journal of Research, 1(6):695-700

Cobban, W.A., 1974 - Ammonites from the Navesink Formation at Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey *

Ammonites from the Navesink Formation at Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 845

Cobban, W.A., W.J. Kennedy, 1990 - Ammonites from the Raritan Formation in New Jersey *

Upper Cenomanian ammonites from the Woodbridge Clay Member of the Raritan Formation in New Jersey, Journal of Paleontology 64(5):845-846

Colbert, E.H., 1944 - Corrections for a Check List of the Fossil Reptiles of New Jersey *

Corrections for a Check List of the Fossil Reptiles of New Jersey. Journal of Paleontology 18:480

Colbert, E.H., 1946 - Hypsognathus, a Triassic reptile from New Jersey

Colbert, E.H., 1948 -  A Hadrosaurian dinosaur from New Jersey *#

Colbert, E.H., 1963 - New Aspects of Triassic reptilian life

New Aspects of Triassic reptilian life [abs]. Palont. Zeitschr 37(1-2):8

Colbert, E.H., 1965 - A phytosaur from North Bergen, New Jersey *

Colbert, E.H., 1966 - A gliding reptile from the Triassic of New Jersey*

Colbert, E.H., 1970 - The Triassic gliding reptile lacarosaurus *

Colbert, E.H., J.T. Gregory, 1957 - Correlation of Triassic sediments by vertebrate fossils

Correlation of continental Triassic sediments by vertebrate fossils. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 68:1451-1503

Colbert, E.H., P.E. Olsen, 2001 -  Aquatic Reptile from the Lockatong Formation of NJ *

Conrad, T.A., 1850 - Descriptions of one new Cretaceous and seven new Eocene fossils *

Conrad, T.A., 1853 - Descriptions of new fossil shells of the United States *

Conrad, T.A., 1858 -Cretaceous Fossil, Tippah Country, Miss *

Conrad, T.A., 1854 -  Notes on shells, with descriptions of new species *

Conrad, T.A., 1863 -  Descriptions of new species of Tertiary and recent shells *

Conrad, T.A., 1865 -  Eocene shells from Shark River, Monmouth Co., New Jersey *

Conrad, T.A., 1865 -  Observations on the Eocene lignite formation of the United States *

Conrad, T.A., 1866 - Illustrations of Miocene fossils with descriptions of new species *

Conrad, T.A., 1866 - Checklist of Invertebrate Fossils of North America: Eocene and Oligocene *

Conrad, T.A., 1867 - Descriptions of new genera and species of Fossil shells *

Conrad, T.A., 1868 - Synopsis of invertebrate fossils of the Cretaceous formation of New Jersey *

Conrad, T.A., 1869 -  Notes on American fossiliferous strata of New Jersey *

Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of Miocene, Eocene and Cretaceous shells *

Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of new fossil Mollusca, principally Cretaceous *

Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Descriptions of references to Miocene shells *

Conrad, T.A., 1869 - Notes on American fossiliferous strata of New Jersey *

Conrad, T.A., 1870 - Notes of recent and fossil shells, with descriptions of new species *

Cook, G.H., 1859 - Geology of New Jersey

Geology of New Jersey Journal of the American Geological and Statistical Society 1:107-112

Cook, G.H., 1868 -  The Geology of New Jersey *

Cook, G.H., 1878 -  Clay Deposits in New Jersey *

Report on the Clay Deposits in New Jersey, Geological Survey of New Jersey Annual Report for 1868:239-257

Cook, G.H., 1879 -  Red sandstone or Triassic formation *

Cook, G.H., 1883 - Tertiary and Cretaceous Formations of Southern New Jersey *

Cook, G.H., 1885 - Geological, Including Structural and Lithological Geology *

Cook, G.H., 1886 - geology of the cretaceous and tertiary formations of New Jersey *

Cook, G.H., 1887 - Geologic Survey of NJ *

Cook, G.H., 1888 - Report of the subcommitte on the Mesozoic

Report of the subcommitte on the Mesozoic, American Geologist 2:257-268

Cook, J.J., R.C. Ramsdell, 1991 - Macrofossils from the Vincentown Formation of NJ *#@

Cooke, C. W., 1953 - American Upper Cretaceous Echinoidea *

Cooke, C.W., 1955 - Some Cretaceous Echinoids from the Americas *

Cooke, C.W., 1958 - Cretaceous Echionoidea of New Jersey and adjacent regions *

Cooke, C.W., 1959 - Cenozoic echinoids of Eastern United States *

Cooke, C.W., J. Gardner, W.P. Woodring, 1943 - Cenozoic Correlation Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains *

Cooke, C.W., L.W. Stephenson, 1928 - Eocene Age of Late Cretaceous Greensand Marls  *#

Cooper, G.A., 1942 - New Genera of North American Brachiopods *

Cooper, G.A., 1979 - Tertiary and Cretaceous Brachiopods from Cuba and the Caribbean *

Cooper, G.A., 1983 - Terebratulacea (Brachipod): Triassic to Recent *

Cooper, G.A., 1988 - Some Tertiary Brachiopods of the Eastern United States *

Cope, E.D., 1860 - Remarks on Saurocephalus and its Allies *

Cope, E.D., 1860 - Remarks on the Structure of the Feet of Megalonyx *

Cope, E.D., 1866 - Gigantic dinosaur, Laelaps (Dryptosaurus) aquilungus from New Jersey*

Cope, E.D., 1866 - Remarks on Laelaps *

Cope, E.D., 1867 - Miocene Cetacea of the United States *

Cope, E.D., 1867 - Remarks on extinct reptiles which approach birds *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - The Fossil Reptiles of New Jersey, Part 1 *

Cope, E.D., 1868 -  Reptilia found in the Mesozoic and Tertiary strata of New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - [Remarks on extinct reptiles] *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - Synopsis of the extinct Mammalia of New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - On Some Cretaceous Reptillia *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - Palaeophis littoralis from Monmouth County, New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - Reptilian remains from New Jersey *

Clidastes iguanavus, Nectoportheus validus, Elasmosaurus

Cope, E.D., 1868 - Reptilian remains from New Jersey and Maryland *

Cope, E.D., 1868 - On the genus Laelaps *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - Description of some extinct fishes previously unknown *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - Cope report on Cretaceous reptiles of New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on a new Mosasauroid Reptile *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - On reptilian remains from New Jersey and Kansas *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - History of the fishes of the Cretaceous of the United States *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - On the reptilian orders, Pythonomorpha and Streptosauria *

Cope, E.D., 1869 -Third Contribution to the Miocene Fauna of the United States *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on Fossils from New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1869 - Remarks on fossil reptiles *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - Fauna of the Miocene and Eocene periods of the United States *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - On Adocus, A Genus of Cretaceous Emydidae *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - On Elasmosaurus platyurus *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - Additional note on Elasmosaurus *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - The fossil reptiles of New Jersey, Part 2 *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - Supplementary notice of a new chimaerid [Leptomylus cookii] from New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America *

Cope, E.D., 1870 - On the Adocidae *

Cope, E.D., 1871 - On the extinct tortoises of the Cretaceous New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1871 - On reptilian fossils of New Jersey, New Mexico and Kansas *

Cope, E.D., 1871 - Pythonomorphia and the occurrence of Rhinoceras, Dugons in New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1872 - Holops pneumaticus from the Cretaceous Green Sand of New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1872 - Reptilia of the Eocene formation of New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1872 - Extinct tortoises of the Cretaceous New Jersey  *

Cope, E.D., 1872 - Fishes *

Cope, E.D., 1875 - Vertebrata of the Miocene of Cumberland Co., New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1875 -  On green sand Vertebrata *

Cope, E.D., 1881 - A new Clidastes from New Jersey *

Cope, E.D., 1883 - characters of the skull in the Hadrosauridae *

Cornet, B., 2003 - Upper Cretaceous Fossil Plants, Amber, Insects and Dinosaurs Bones, Sayreville, New Jersey *

Coryell, H.N., 1935 - Bairdoppilata, a new genus of Ostracoda *

Coues, 1872 - Key to North American Birds *

Cracraft, J., 1972 - A New Cretaceous Charadriiform Family *@

Cracraft, J., 1973 - Systematics and Evolution of the Gruiformes *

Cracraft, J., 2000 - Avian Evolutionary Biogeoghraphy and the K-T Event *

Cramer, B.S., M. Aubry, K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, J.D. Wright, D.V. Kent, 1999 - Record of the latest Paleocene thermal maximu, Bass River, NJ *

Credner, C.H., 1870 - Die Kreide von New Jersey [Coprolithus (Macropoma) mantelli]

Creisler, B.S., 1992 - Monoclonius COPE *

Crepet, W.L., K.C. Nixon, Friise,E.M., Freudenstein, J.V. 1992 - Oldest Fossile Flower, Late Cretaceous of NJ *

Crepet, W.L., K.C. Nixon, 1998 - New Fossil Flowers from the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Crepet, W. L., K.C. Nixon, 1998 - Fossil clusiaceae from the late cretaceous of New Jersey  *

Crepet, W.L., K.C.Nixon, M.A. Gandolfo, 2005 - Jerseyanthus calycanthoides, From the Late Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Crespo, S., 1977 - Invertebrate paleontology of the Highlands of New Jersey *

Cuffey, R.J., 1989- CD Canal Bryzoan *

Cuffey, R.J., 1996 - Pleuronea fibrosa, The Hornerstown "Hornerid, Bryzoan Colony *

Culver, S.J., 2003 - Benthic Foraminifera at the KT Boundary *

Curran, H.A, 1984 - Trace fossil of Englishtown Formation of Delaware

The Trace Fossil Assemblage of a Cretaceous Nearshore Environment, Englishtown Formation of Delaware, USA., in H. A. Curran (ed.), Biogenic Structures. Society of Economic Paleontologists and MIneralogists Special Publication 35, p. 261-276.

Curran, H.A, R.L. Martin, 1980 - Trace fossil of Upper Cretaceous of Delaware and New Jersey*

Currie, D.C., D. Grimaldi, 2000 - Black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) from mid Cretaceous amber of New Jersey

A new black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) genus from mid Cretaceous (Turonian) amber of New Jersey in Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey (D. Grimaldi ed.), Backhuy Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands

Cushman, J.A., 1918 - Pliocene and Miocene formanifiera of the Coastal Plain of the United States *

Cushman, J.A., 1946 - Cretaceous Foraminifera Gulf Coast *#

Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera of the Gulf Coastal Region of the United States and Adjacent Areas. United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 206

Cutbush, J., 1814 -  On the blue earth of New Jersey *

Cuthbert, F.L., G.L. Jepsen, H. Herpers, W.R.Thurston, H.Richards, 1951 - Short Geologic Papers *


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