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  2. Haubold H. Tracks of the Dinosauromorpha from the Lower Triassic. ZbGeolPalÑont. 1998;Teil I  (Heft 7-8):783-95.

  3. Lucas SG, Lerner AJ, Haubold H. First record of Amphisauropus and Varanopus in the Lower Permian Abo Formation, central New Mexico. Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 2001;B23:69-78.

  4. Haubold H, Lucas SG. The Tetrapod footprints of the Choza Formation (Texas) and the Artinskian age of the Lower Permian ichnofaunas. Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 2001;B23: 79-108.

  5. Haubold H, Lucas SG. Tetrapod footprints of the Lower Permian Choza Formation at Castle Peak, Texas. generic. 2003.

  6. McKeever PJ, Haubold H. Reclassification of the vertebrate trackways from the Permian of Scotland and related forms from Arizona and Germany. JPaleont. 1996;70(6):1011-22.

  7. Haubold H. Ichnotaxonomy and classification of tetrapod footprints of Permian age. Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 1996;B18  23-88.

  8. Voigt S, Haubold H. Analysis of the variability of Ichniotherium cottae from the Tambach Sandstone (Rotliegend, Lower Permian, Thuringia). Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 2000;B22:17-58.

  9. Haubold H. The footprints from Walker County, Alabama: A key for the Carboniferous tetrapod ichnology. 2003.

  10. Haubold H. The Early Permian tetrapod ichnofauna of Tambach, the changing concepts in ichnotaxonomy. Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 1998; B20:1-16.

  11. Haubold H, Stapf H. The Early Permian tetrapod track assemblage of Nierstein, StandenbÅhl Beds, Rotliegend, Saar-Nahe Basin, SW - Germany. Hallesches JahrbGeowiss. 1998;B20:17-32.

  12. Haubold H, Lucas SG. Early Permian tetrapod tracks - preservation, taxonomy, and Euramerican distribution. Brescia2001. p. 347-54.

  13. Haubold H, Sarjeant WAS. Fossil vertebrate footprints and the stratigraphical correlation of the Keele and Enville Beds of the Birmingham region. Proceedings of the Birmingham Natural History Society. 1974;22(4):257-68.

  14. Haubold H. Die Dinosaurier. Wittenberg: A. Ziemsen Verlag; 1990. 248 p.

  15. Haubold H. Saurian Tracks [Saurierfahrten]. Wittenberg: A.Ziemsen Verlag; 1984. 227 p.

  16. Lockley M, Hunt AP. Dinosaur Tracks and Other Fossil Footprints of the Western United States. New York: Columbia University Press; 1995. 1-338 p.

  17. Jennings JR. Guide to Pennsylvanian Fossil Plants of Illinois. Illinois State Geological Survey; 1990. 75 p.

  18. Paleotechniques. In: Feldmann RM, Chapman RE, Hannibal JT, editors. Knoxville: Department of Geological Sciences, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; 1989. 358 p.

  19. Taylor TN, Taylor EL. The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 1993. 982 p.

  20. Carpenter K. Eggs, Nests, and Baby Dinosaurs: A Look at Dinosaur Reproduction. Bloomington: Indiana University Press; 1999. 356 p.

  21. Lockley M. Tracking Dinosaurs: A New Look at an Ancient World. New York: Cambridge University Press; 1991. 238 p.

  22. Chiappe LM, Dingus L. Walking on Eggs: The Astonishing Discovery of Thousands of Dinosaur Eggs in the Badlands of Patagonia. New York: Scribner; 2001. 219 p.

  23. Thurmond JT, Jones DE. Fossil Vertebrates of Alabama. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 1981. 244 p.

  24. Spaulding DD, Whetstone RD, Ballard JM. Pteridophytes of Northeast Alabama and Adjacent Highlands. I. Annotated checklist and key to families. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Sciences. 2000;71(4):159-72.

  25. Spaulding DD, Ballard JM, Whetstone RD. Pteridophytes of Northeast Alabama and Adjacent Highlands. II. Equisetophyta and Lycopodiophyta. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Sciences. 2000;71(4):173-92.

  26. Spaulding DD, Ballard JM, Whetstone RD. Pteridophytes of Northeast Alabama and Adjacent Highlands. III. Ophioglossales and Polypodiales (Aspleniaceae to Dennstaedtiaceae). Journal of the Alabama Academy of Sciences. 2001;72(1):39-64.

  27. Spaulding DD, Ballard JM, Whetstone RD. Pteridophytes of Northeast Alabama and Adjacent Highlands. IV. Polypodiales (Dryopteridaceae to Osmundaceae). Journal of the Alabama Academy of Sciences. 2001;72(4):230-74.

  28. Aldrich TH, Sr., Jones WB. Footprints from the Coal Measures of Alabama. Tuscaloosa: Geological Survey of Alabama; 1930. 64 p.

  29. Sagan C. Billions & Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium. New York: Random House; 1997. 241 p.

  30. Bodanis D. E = mc 2 New York: Walker & Company; 2000. 337 p.

  31. MacDonald J. Earth's First Steps: Tracking Life Before the Dinosaurs. Boulder  Johnson Printing; 1994. 290 p.

  32. Anonymous. British Mesozoic Fossils. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History); 1972. 207 p.

  33. Anonymous. British Palaeozoic Fossils. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History); 1969. 208 p.

  34. Lacefield J. Lost Worlds in Alabama Rocks. Wild Alabama. 2002;25  (April-June):33-8.

  35. Lacefield J. Lost Worlds in Alabama Rocks. Tuscaloosa: Alabama Geological Society; 2000. 124 p.

  36. Lamb J, Hawkins WB, Jr. Ancient Creatures of the Alabama Cretaceous ; Harrell Station Paleontological Site. Nature South. 1993;3(2):1-15.

  37. Miller MF, Labandeira CC. Slow Crawl Across the Salinity Divide: Delayed Colonization of Freshwater Ecosystems by Invertebrates. GSA Today. 2002;12(12):4 -10.

  38. Jones DE, Brett CE, Conant LC, Copeland CW, Deboo PB, Glawe LN, et al. Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama: A Guidebook for the 80th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, New Orleans, LA. Tuscaloosa: Alabama Geological Society; 1967.

  39. Anonymous. Underground Hazard Training, Shoal Creek Mine. Drummond Company, Inc; 1999.

  40. Bearce D. History and Geology of the Red Mountain Expressway Roadcut, A National Natural Landmark, Birmingham, Alabama. 1991.

  41. Kranz PM. Dinosaurs in Maryland. Maryland Geological Survey; 1989. 34 p.

  42. Copeland CW, Mancini EA, Rindsberg AK, Smith CC, Tew BH. Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary Lithostratigraphy and Biostratigraphy of West-Central Alabama. 1989.

  43. Harvey MJ, Altenbach JS, Best TL. Bats of the United States: Arkansas Game and Fish Commission  1999.

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  49. Schwimmer DR, Stewart JD, Williams GD. Giant fossil coelacanths of the Late Cretaceous in the eastern United States. Geology. 1994;22  503-6.

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  51. Burdick DW, Strimple HL. Genevievian and Chesterian Crinoids of Alabama. University, Alabama: Geological Survey of Alabama; 1982. 277 p.

  52. Anonymous. 20 Years of Discovery: the Alabama Museum of Natural History's Expedition. Alabama Museum of Natural History; 1998.

  53. Pashin JC, Rindsberg AK. Origin of the Carbonate-Siliciclastic Lewis Cycle (Upper Mississippian) in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama; 1993. 54 p.

  54. Ellis R. Sea Dragons: Predators of the Prehistoric Oceans. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Press of Kansas; 2003. 313 p.

  55. Ward PD. Gorgon: Paleontology, Obsession, and the Greatest Catastrophe in the Earth's History. New York: Penguin; 2004. 257 p.

  56. Lucas SG, Lerner AJ. Middle Pennsylvanian Ichnofauna from Eastern Oklahoma, USA. Ichnos. 2004;11  45-55.

  57. Hunt AP, Lucas SG. Large pelycosaur footprints from the Lower Pennsylvanian of Alabama, USA. Ichnos. 2004;11  39-44.

  58. Anonymous. Time Tracks: A Journey Through the Natural World at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Davis SC, editor. Virginia Beach, VA: The Donning Company Publishers; 2001. 64 p.

  59. Lockley M. A Guide to the Fossil Footprints of the World. Denver: University of Colorado; 2002. 124 p.

  60. Barrett P. National Geographic Dinosaurs. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society; 2001. 192 p.

  61. Permian Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Robledo Mountains, New Mexico. In: Lucas SG, Estep JW, Hoffer JM, editors. Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History; 1998. 98 p.

  62. Lucas SG. Early Permian Footprints and Facies. In: Lucas SG, Heckert AB, editors. 1995. 301 p.

  63. Carboniferous-Permian Transition at Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico. In: Lucas SG, Zeigler KE, editors. Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science; 2004. 300 p.

  64. Baldridge WS. Geology of the American Southwest: A Journey Through Two Billion Years of Plate-Tectonic History. New York: Cambridge University Press; 2004.  280 p.

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  66. Palmer D. Fossil Revolution: The Finds That Changed Our View of the Past. London: HarperCollins Publishers, Ltd.; 2003. 144 p.

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  68. Lucas SG. Chinese Fossil Vertebrates. New York: Columbia University Press; 2001. 375 p.

  69. Mirarchi RE. A Checklist of Vertebrates and Selected Invertebrates: Aquatic Mollusks, Fishes, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals. Mirarchi RE, editor. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2004. 209 p.

  70. Garner JT, Mettee MF, O'Neil PE. Imperiled Aquatic Mollusks and Fishes. Mirarchi RE, editor. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2004. 255 p.

  71. Bailey MA, Haggerty TM, Best TL. Imperiled Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals. Mirarchi RE, editor. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2004. 225 p.

  72. Bailey MA, Garner JT, Haggerty TM, Best TL, Mettee MF. Conservation and Management Recommendations for Imperiled Wildlife. Mirarchi RE, editor. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2004. 221 p.

  73. Parker S. The Practical Paleontologist. Bernor RL, editor. New York: Simon & Schuster; 1990. 160 p.

  74. Mottana A, Crespi R, Liborio G. Guide to Rocks and Minerals. Prinz M, Harlow G, Peters J, editors. New York: Simon & Schuster; 1978. 608 p.

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  77. Hellman H. Great Feuds in Science: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever. New York: John Wiley & Sons; 1998. 240 p.

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  79. Winchester S. Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded, Aug 27, 1883. New York: HarperCollins; 2004. 416 p.

  80. Cushman JA. Foraminifera: Their Classification and Economic Use (with an illustrated key to the genera). Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press; 1948. 1-605 p.

  81. Norell MA, Gaffney ES, Dingus L. Discovering Dinosaurs In the American Museum of Natural History. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.; 1995. 1  -204 p.

  82. Moore HL. A Geologic Trip Across Tennessee. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press; 1994. 339 p.

  83. Bakker RT. The Dinosaur Heresies: New Theories Unlocking the Mystery of the Dinosaurs and Their Extinction. New York: Kensington Publishing Corp.; 1986. 481 p.

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  86. Dixon D, Malam J. Dinosaur. Hynes M, Baines F, Ritter F, Smith M, Hallinan C, editors. New York: DK Publishing, Inc.; 2004. 96 p.

  87. Novacek M. Dinosaurs of the Flaming Cliffs: The thrilling account of one of the largest dinosaur expeditions of the 20th century by the expedition leader. New York: Doubleday; 1996. 367 p.

  88. Ferris T. The Whole Shebang: A State-of-the-Universe(s) Report. New York: Touchstone; 1997. 393 p.

  89. Haubold H. Ichnia Amphibiorum et Reptiliorum fossilium. Kuhn O, editor. Portland: Gustav Fischer Verlag; 1971. 124 p.

  90. Desmond AJ. The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs - A Revolution in Palaeontology. New York: The Dial Press; 1975. 238 p.

  91. Romer AS. Vertebrate Paleontology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 1966. 1-468 p.

  92. Harpur J, Westwood J. The Atlas of Legendary Places: A Guide to the World's Most Mystical Locations. Old Saybrook, CT: Konecky & Konecky; 1997. 1 -240 p.

  93. Bailey G, Bear J, T, Brown JA, Diaz-Granados C, Dye DH, et al. Hero, Hawk, and Open Hand: American Indian Art of the Ancient Midwest and South. Sharp RV, editor. New Haven: Yale University Press; 2004. 1 -287 p.

  94. Goro F. On the Nature of Things: The Scientific Photography of Fritz Goro. Wilkes A, editor. New York: Aperture; 1993. 1 -132 p.

  95. Eldredge N. Fossils: The Evolution and Extinction of Species. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc; 1991. 220 p.

  96. King DT. Alabama Dinosaurs. Auburn, AL: Parsimony Press; 2003. 1-147 p.

  97. The Seventy Great Mysteries of the Ancient World: Unlocking the Secrets of Past Civilizations. Fagan BM, editor. New York: Thames & Hudson, Inc; 2001. 304 p.

  98. Goodwin S. Hubble's Universe: A Portrait of Our Cosmos. New York: Penguin; 1996. 1 -127 p.

  99. The Great Comet Crash: The collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter. Spencer JR, Mitton J, editors. New York: Cambridge University Press; 1995. 1 -118 p.

  100. Welcome to Uncle Mort's Restaurant - We Appreciate Your Business (Souvenir menu from Uncle Mort's Restaurant). 2008.

  101. Dunn MT, Rothwell GW, Mapes G. The Fayetteville flora of Arkansas (USA): A snapshot of terrestrial vegetation patterns within a clastic swamp at Late Mississippian time. In: Greb SF, DiMichele WA, editors. Wetlands Through Time. Special Paper 399: Geological Society of America; 2006.

  102. Dunn MT. The Fayetteville Flora I: Upper Mississippian (middle Chesterian/lower Namurian A) plant assemblages of permineralized and compression remains from Arkansas, USA. Paleobotany and Palynology. 2004;132:79-102.

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  104. Prothero DR, Schwab F. Sedimentary Geology: An Introduction to Sedimentary Rocks and Stratigraphy. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company; 1996. 1 -575 p.

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  106. The Dinosaur Papers: 1676-1906. Weishampel DB, White NM, editors. Washington DC: Smithsonian Books; 2003. 1-524 p.

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  110. Phillips D. Discovering Alabama Forests. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2006. 1 -108 p.

  111. Phillips D. Discovering Alabama Wetlands. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2002. 1-113 p.

  112. Brown J. The City of Homewood's Great Suburban Spotted Salamander Migration. Wild South. 2004:26-32.

  113. Atkinson TP. Tracks from the Past. Outdoor Alabama. 2006:20-3.

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  116. Blitz JH. Moundville. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press; 2008. 1-116 p.

  117. Bryan JR, Scott TM, Means GH. Roadside Geology of Florida. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co.; 2008. 1-376 p.

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  305. The Plaster Jacket. Gainesville: Florida Museum of Natural History; 1966-1974.  We have the issues marked with an asterix below.  Downloads of all the issues below are available from : http://floridapaleosociety.com/downloads/

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 1 (PDF 257 KB) Sept 1966 – Cenozoic Sharks of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 2 (PDF 544 KB) Nov 1966 – Fossil Skates and Rays of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 3 (PDF 719 KB) Mar 1967 – Fossil Snakes of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 4 (PDF 1.2 MB) Aug 1967 – Fossil Proboscideans of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 5 (PDF 550 KB) Sep 1967 – Fossil Crocodilians of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 6 (PDF 805 KB) Dec 1967 – What is a Plaster Jacket?

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 7 (PDF 1 MB) Feb 1968 – Fossil Bony Fishes From Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 8 (PDF 360 KB) Sep 1968 -Aquatic Rodents of the Florida Pleistocene

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 9 (PDF 811 KB) Feb 1969 – Fossil Horses of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 10 (PDF 1.2 MB) 1969 – News Notes

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 11 (PDF 1.8 MB) Sep 1969 – Fossil Land Carnivores of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 12 (PDF 697 KB) Nov 1969 – Fossil Bison from Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 13 (PDF 745 KB) Apr 1970 – Fossil Xenarthrans of Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 14 (PDF 1.3 MB) Oct 1970 – Fossil Vertebrate Deposits in Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 15 (PDF 723 KB) Oct 1971 – Fossil Sirenia of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 16 (PDF 683) Mar 1972 – Fossil Turtles

  • Plaster Jacket Number 17 (PDF 760 KB) Jun 1972 – Fossil Peccaries of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 18 (PDF 1 MB) Oct 1972 – News Notes

  • Plaster Jacket Number 19 (PDF 885 KB) Dec 1972 – Coin Fossils and Stone Lentils in the Eocene Rocks of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 20 (PDF 1.2 MB) Feb 1973 – Hot Spots for North American Pleistocene Fossil Mammals

  • Plaster Jacket Number 21 (PDF 1.2 MB) Jun 1973 – A Pleistocene Vertebrate Fauna from Palm Beach County, Florida

  • *Plaster Jacket Number 22 (PDF 593 KB) Jan 1974 – The Supposed Giant Extinct Rattlesnake of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 23 (PDF 512 KB) Oct 1974 – Land Snails and Zoogeography – The Cayman Islands

  • Plaster Jacket Number 24 (PDF 941 KB) Sep 1975 – Prehistoric Use of Animal Resources in Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 25 (PDF 794 KB) Jul 1976 – The Florida Manatee and Related Species

  • Plaster Jacket Number 26 (PDF 1.5 MB) Oct 1976 – Florida Paleontological Meetings Issue

  • Plaster Jacket Number 27 (PDF 1 MB) Jul 1977 – Seals and Walruses of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 28 (PDF 382 KB) Jul 1978 – The Monkey Jungle, A Late Pleistocene Fossil Site in Southern Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 29 (PDF 1.6 MB) Sep 1978 – The Fossil Whales of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 30 (PDF 1.5 MB) Feb 1979 – Fossil Rhinoceroses of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 31 (PDF 1.4 MB) – Jun 1979 – Paleoecology: Ancient Communities and Environments

  • Plaster Jacket Number 32 (PDF 828 KB) Oct 1979 – Saber-toothed Carnivores

  • Plaster Jacket Number 33 (PDF 924 KB) Feb 1980 – The Beginning of the Age of Mammals in Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 34 (PDF 1.2 MB) Jul 1980 – Collecting Fossil Mammals in the Greater Antilles: An Immense Journey

  • Plaster Jacket Number 35 (PDF 2.7 MB) Oct 1980 – Fiberglass Molding Techniques in Paleontology

  • Plaster Jacket Number 36 (PDF 2.2 MB) Jan 1981 – Fossil Wolves, Coyotes, and Dogs of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 37 (PDF 1.7 MB) Jul 1981 – The Thomas Farm Fossil Vertebrate Site

  • Plaster Jacket Number 38 (PDF 2.7 MB) Oct 1981 – Collecting Fossil Mammals in Bolivia: The Southern Connection

  • Plaster Jacket Number 39 (PDF 897 KB) Mar 1982 – Fossil Camels of the Gulf Coastal Plain

  • Plaster Jacket Number 40 (PDF 3.6 MB) Jun 1982 – Paleontological Survey of the Toy Town Dump, St. Petersburg, Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 41 (PDF 2 MB) Nov 1982 – The 1982 Thomas Farm Fossil Dig

  • Plaster Jacket Number 42 (PDF 1.6 MB) Mar 1983 – Fossil Birds of Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 43 (PDF 3.4 MB) Sep 1983 – Recent Discoveries of Late Tertiary Marine Mammals in Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 44 (PDF 1.4 MB) Feb 1984 – A History of Fossil Amphibians and Reptiles in Florida

  • Plaster Jacket Number 45 (PDF 1.5 MB) Jul 1984 – A History of Ruminants: Part 1

  • Plaster Jacket Number 46 (PDF 614 KB) Sep 1984 – A History of Ruminants: Part 2