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In ReportIn MonumentPeriodAuthorsDateTitlePublicationEditorsPublisherVolume/PagesPeer Reviewed?TopicNotes
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NYPleistocene
Anderson, R. S., Betancourt, J. L., Mead, J. I., Hevly, R. H., & Adam, D. P.
2000
Middle- and late-Wisconsin paleobotanic and paleoclimatic records from the southern Colorado Plateau, USA.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
155, 31-57YPlants
3
YYLate TrAsh, S. R.1975
The Chinle (Upper Triassic) flora of southeastern Utah.
Four Corners Geological Society Guidebook, 8th Field Conference
CanyonlandsNPlants
4
YYLate TrAsh, S. R.1994
First occurrence of Czekanowskia (Gymnospermae, Czekanowskiales) in the United States.
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology
81, 129-140YPlants
5
YNLate TrAsh, S. R.2001
New cycadophytes from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation of the southwestern United States.
PaleoBios21(1), 15-28YPlants
6
NYEarly PBaars, D. L.1962Permian system of Colorado PlateauAAPG Bulletin46, 149-218YGeology
7
NYEarly PBaars, D. L.1975The Permian system of canyonlands country
Four Corners Geological Society Guidebook
8, 123-128?Geology
8
NNEarly PBaars, D. L.1987The Elephant Canyon Formation revisited
Four Corners Geological Society Guidebook
10, 81-90?Geology
9
NYLate Penn
Baker, A. A., Dane, C. H., & Reeside Jr., J. B.
1933
Paradox formation of eastern Utah and western Colorado
AAPG Bulletin17, 963-980YGeology
10
NYEarly P
Baker, A. A., Reeside Jr., J. B.
1929
Correlation of the Permian of southern Utah, northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, and southwestern Colorado
AAPG Bulletin13, 1413-1448YGeology
11
YNEarly P
Berman, D. S., Reisz, R. R., & Fracasso, M. A.
1981
Skull of the Lower Permian dissorophid amphibian (Platyhystrix rugosus).
Annals of the Carnegie Museum
50, 391-416YVertebrates
12
NYPleistocene
Bettancourt, J. L.
1984
Late Quaternary plant zonation and climate in southeastern Utah
Great Basin Naturalist
22, 1-35YPlants
13
NYMiddle TrBlakey, R. C.1974
Stratigraphic and depositional analysis of the Moenkopi Formation, southeastern Utah
Utah Geological Survey Bulletin
104, 1-81YGeology
14
YYEarly P
Branson, E. B., & Mehl, M. G.
1928Auditory Organs of Some Labyrinthodonts.
Geological Society of America Bulletin
39.2, 485-489YVertebrates
15
YYLate Tr
Branson, E. B., & Mehl, M. G.
1929
Triassic amphibians from the Rocky Mountain Region.
The University of Missouri Studies
4, 1-87?Vertebrates
16
NYEarly P
Cain, S. A., & Mountney, N. P.
2009
Spatial and temporal evolution of a terminal fluvial fan system: the Permian Organ Rock Formation, south-east Utah, USA
Sedimentology 56, 1774-1800YGeology
17
NYEarly P
Cain, S. A., & Mountney, N. P.
2011
Downstream changes and associated fluvial-eolian interactions in an ancient terminal fluvial system: the Permian Organ Rock Formation, SE Utah
SEPM Special Publication
97, 167-185YGeology
18
NYEarly PCampbell, J. A.1987
Stratigraphy and depositional facies; Elephant Canyon Formation
Four Corners Geological Society Guidebook
10, 91-98?Geology
19
NYEarly P
Chaney, D. S., Lucas S. G., & Elrick, S.
2013
New occurrence of an arthropleurid trackway from the Lower Permian of Utah
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin
60, 64-65YInvertebrates
20
NYPleistocene
Coats, L. L., Cole, K. L., & Mead, J. I.
2008
50,000 years of vegetation and climate history on the Colorado Plateau, Utah and Arizona, USA
Quaternary Research
70, 322-338YPlants
21
YYLate TrColbert, E. H.1972Vertebrates from the Chinle formation.
Investigations in the Triassic Chinle Formation
Flagstaff: Museum of Northern Arizona Press
1-11?Vertebrates
22
NYPleistoceneCole, K. L.1990
Reconstruction of past desert vegetation along the Colorado River using packrat middens
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
76, 349-366YPlants
23
NYLate PennCondon, S. M.1997
Geology of the Pennsylvanian and Permian Cutler Group and Permian Kaibab Limestone in the Paradox Basin, southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado
U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin
2000, 1-44YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
24
NYEarly PCondon, S. M.1997
Geology of the Pennsylvanian and Permian Cutler Group and Permian Kaibab Limestone in the Paradox Basin, southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado
U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin
2000, 1-44YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
25
YYLate Tr
Conrad, K. L., & Lockley, M. G.
1986
Late Triassic archosaur tracksites from the American southwest.
First International Symposium on Dinosaur Tracks and Traces, Abstracts with Program
NTrace fossils
26
YNLate JCope, E. D.1877On a dinosaurian from the Trias of Utah.
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
16, 579-584?Vertebrates
27
NYLate J
DeBlieux, D., Kirkland, J. I., Hayden, M., & Hunt-Foster, R.
2017
Significant Mesozoic vertebrate fossil localities discovered during paleontological resource inventory and monitor on Bureau of Land Management land in the western Blanding Basin, Southeastern Utah
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts
103NVertebrates
28
YYEarly P
DiMichele, W. A., & Hook, R. W.
1992Paleozoic terrestrial ecosystems.
Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time
A. K. Behrensmeyer, J. D. Damuth, W. A. DiMichele, R. Potts, H.-D. Sues, & S. L. Wing
Chicago: Univerity of Chicago Press
205-325Y
Terrestrial ecosystems
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
29
YYLate Penn
DiMichele, W. A., & Hook, R. W.
1992Paleozoic terrestrial ecosystems.
Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time
A. K. Behrensmeyer, J. D. Damuth, W. A. DiMichele, R. Potts, H.-D. Sues, & S. L. Wing
Chicago: Univerity of Chicago Press.
205-325Y
Terrestrial ecosystems
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
30
YYLate Penn
DiMichele, W. A., Cecil, C. B., Chaney, D. S., Elrick, S. D., & Nelson, W. J.
2014
Fossil floras from the Pennsylvanian-Permian Cutler Group of southeastern Utah.
Utah Geological Association Publication
43, 491-504YPlants
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
31
YYEarly P
DiMichele, W. A., Cecil, C. B., Chaney, D. S., Elrick, S. D., & Nelson, W. J.
2014
Fossil floras from the Pennsylvanian-Permian Cutler Group of southeastern Utah.
Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time
Utah Geological Association
43, 491-504YPlants
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
32
NYLate Penn
DiMichele, W. A., Cecil, C. B., Chaney, D. S., Elrick, S. D., Lucas, S. G., Lupia, R., Nelson, W. J., & Tabor, N. J.
2011
Pennsylvanian-Permian vegetational changes in tropical Euramerica
Annual Field Conference of Pennsylvanian Geologists Guidebook
76, 60-102?Plants
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
33
NYEarly P
DiMichele, W. A., Cecil, C. B., Chaney, D. S., Elrick, S. D., Lucas, S. G., Lupia, R., Nelson, W. J., & Tabor, N. J.
2011
Pennsylvanian-Permian vegetational changes in tropical Euramerica
Annual Field Conference of Pennsylvanian Geologists Guidebook
76, 60-102?Plants
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
34
YNEarly P
DiMichele, W. A., Charney, D. S., Nelson, W. J., Lucas, S. G., Looy, C. V., Quick, K., & Wang, J.
2007
A low diversity, season tropical landscape dominated by conifers and peltasperms: Early Permian Abo Formation, New Mexico.
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology
145, 249-273YPlants
35
YNEarly P
DiMichele, W. A., Tabor, N. J., Chaney, D. S., & Nelson, W. J.
2006
From wetlands to wet spots: environmental tracking and the fate of Carboniferous elements in Early Permian tropical floras.
Wetlands through Time
Reston: United States Geological Survey
223-248?Plants
36
YYEarly JDorney, L. J.2009
Carbonate lakes and mounds in the Jurassic Navajo Formation in southeastern Utah.
Ph.D. thesisUniversity of Idaho76NInvertebrates
37
YYEarly J
Dorney, L. J., & Parrish, J. T.
2009
Carbonate mound structures in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone of southeastern Utah.
Abstracts and Programs, Rocky Mountain Section GSA
Geological Society of America.
41, 33NInvertebrates
38
YYEarly P
Dzenowski, N., Hasiotis, S. T., & Rasmussen, D. L.
2013
Vertebrate burrows within pedogenically modified deposits from the Lower Permian (Wolfcampian) Cedar Mesa Sandstone of southeastern Utah.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Denver: Geological Society of America
45, 3226NTrace fossils
39
YNEarly JEisenberg, L.2003
Giant stromatolites and a supersurface in the Navajo Sandstone, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.
Geology31(2), 111-114YInvertebrates
40
YNEarly J
Ekdale, A. A., & Picard, M. D.
1985
Trace fossils in a Jurassic eolianite, Entrada Sandstone, Utah, USA.
Special Publications of SEPM: Biogenic structures: their use in interpreting depositional environments
3YTrace fossils
41
N?Pleistocene
Elias, S. A., Mead, J. I., & Agenbroad, L. D.
1992
Late Quaternary arthropods from the Colorado Plateau, Arizona and Utah
Great Basin Naturalist
52(1), 59-67YInvertebrates
42
YNLate JFoster, J.2005
New sauropod dinosaur specimens found near Moab, Utah, and the sauropod fauna of the Morrison Formation.
Canyon Legacy55, 22-27?Vertebrates
43
YNLate J
Foster, J. R., & Lockley, M. G.
1997
Probable crocodilian tracks and traces from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) of eastern Utah.
Ichnos5(2), 121-129YTrace fossils
44
YNMiddle Tr
Fraiser, M. L., & Bottjer, D. J.
2000
The u-shaped trace fossil Arenicolites: burrow of an opportunist during the biotic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Geological Society of America
32, A-368NVertebrates
45
YNLate Penn
Franczyk, K. J., Clark, G., Brew, D. C., & Pitman, J. K.
1995
Chart showing lithology, mineralogy, and paleontology of the Pennsylvanian Hermosa Group at Hermosa Mountain, La Plata County, Colorado.
Miscellaneous Investigations
2555?General paleo
46
YYLate Tr
Fraser, N. C., & Irmis, R. B.
2005
A procolophonid (Parareptilia) from the Owl Rock Member, Chinle Formation of Utah, USA.
Palaeontologia Electronica
(13A), 8(1)YVertebrates
47
NYEarly P
Frede, S. E., Sumida, S. S. & Berman, D. S.
1993
New information on early Permian vertebrates from the Halgaito Tongue of the Cutler Formation of southeastern Utah
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology
13(Supplement to 3): 36A
NVertebrates
48
YYLate Tr
Gay, R. J., & St. Aude, I.
2015
The first occurrence of the enigmatic archosauriform Crosbysaurus Heckert 2004 from the Chinle Formation of southern Utah.
PeerJ3(e905)YVertebrates
49
NYLate Tr
Gay, R. J., Jenkins X., St. Aude, I., & Azouggagh, D.
2016
A new, diverse microvertebrate locality from the Lower Chinle Formation of southeastern Utah (USA)
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Program and Abstracts
143NVertebrates
50
NYLate Tr
Gay, R. J., Jenkins, X. A., & Lepore, T.
2017
The oldest vertebrate trace fossils from Comb Ridge (Bears Ears region, southeastern Utah).
PeerJ Preprints4:e2662v1NTrace fossils
51
NYLate Tr
Gay, R. J., Jenkins, X. A., Milner, A. R. C., Van Vranken, N. E., Dewitt, D. M., & Lepore, T.
2017
A new Triassic bonebed from the Bears Ears Region of Utah.
Western Association of Vertebrate Paleontologists, Annual Meeting Abstracts
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.
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52
NYLate Tr
Gay, R.J., Uglesich, J., Hunt-Foster, R.
2018
Looting of an Upper Triassic site in southeastern Utah
PaleoBios 35(Supplement)
10NVertebrates
53
YNLate TrGibson, S. Z.2013
A new hump-backed ginglymodian fish (Neopterygii, Semionotiformes) from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation of southeastern Utah.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology
33, 1037–1050YVertebrates
54
YYEarly P
Hasiotis, S. T., & Rasmussen, D. L.
2010
Enigmatic, large- and mega-diameter burrows in the Lower Permian Cedar Mountain Sandstone, Comb Ridge and the Moqui Dugway, southeastern Utah.
Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section Abstracts with Programs
Denver: Geological Society of America
42, p. 2NTrace fossils
55
YNEarly J
Hasiotis, S. T., Odier, G., Rasmussen, D., & McCormick, T.
2007
Preliminary report on new vertebrate burrow localities in the Lower Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, Moab area, southeastern Utah: architectural and surficial burrow morphologies indicative of mammals or therapsids, and social behavior.
Geological Society of America North-central-South-central Section Meeting
Lawrence1NTrace fossils
56
YYLate Penn
Hasiotis, S. T., Rasmussen, D. L., Rasmussen, G. L., & Rasmussen, L.
2010
Bivalve burrows and associated trace fossils in the Upper Pennsylvanian (Virgilian) Halgatio Formation near Mexican Hat, Utah.
Geological Society of America Abstract with Programs
Geological Society of America.
1NTrace fossils
57
NYLate Tr
Hunt-Foster, R.K., Lockley, M.G., Milner, A.R.C., Foster, J.R., Matthews, N.A., Breithaupt, B.H., & Smith, J.A.
2016Tracking dinosaurs in BLM Canyon Country, Utah.
Geology of the Intermountain West
Sprinkel et al.3?Trace fossils
58
YNEarly J
Hunt, A. P., & Lucas, S. G.
2006
The taxonomic status of Navahopus falcipollex and the ichnofauna and inchnofacies of the Navajo lithosome (Lower Jurassic) of western North America.
The Triassic-Jurassic terrestrial transition
J. D. Harris, S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann, M. G. Lockley, A. R. Milner, & J. I. Kirkland
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
37, 164-169YTrace fossils
59
NYLate Tr
Hunt, A.P. & Lucas, S.G.
2007
Late Triassic tetrapod tracks of western North America.
Triassic of the American West
S. G. Lucas & J. A. Spielmann
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
40, 215-230YTrace fossils
60
YYEarly JIrmis, R. B.2005
A review of the vertebrate fauna of the Lower Jurassic Navajo Sandstone.
Vertebrate paleontology of Arizona
R. D. McCord
Mesa: Mesa Southwest Museum
11, 55-71YVertebrates
61
YNLate Tr
Irmis, R. B., Chure, D. J., & Wiersma, J. P.
2015
Latitudinal gradients in Late Triassic nonmarine ecosystems: new insights from the Upper Chinle Formation of northeastern Utah.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
149N
Terrestrial ecosystems
62
NYLate Tr
Jenkins, X. A., Foster, J. R., & Gay, R. J.
2017
First unambiguous dinosaur specimen from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation in Utah
Geology of the Intermountain West
Utah Geological Association
4, 231-242YVertebrates
63
YNLate JJensen, J. A.1987
New brachiosaur material from the Late Jurassic of Utah and Colorado.
Great Basin Naturalist
47(4), 592-608YVertebrates
64
NYLate Penn
Jordan, O. D. & Mountney, N. P.
2010
Styles of interaction between aeolian, fluvial and shallow marine environments in the Pennsylvanian to Permian lower Cutler beds, south-east Utah, USA
Sedimentology 57, 1357-1385YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
65
NYEarly P
Jordan, O. D. & Mountney, N. P.
2010
Styles of interaction between aeolian, fluvial and shallow marine environments in the Pennsylvanian to Permian lower Cutler beds, south-east Utah, USA
Sedimentology 57, 1357-1385YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
66
NYLate Penn
Jordan, O. D. & Mountney, N. P.
2012
Sequence stratigraphic evolution and cyclicity of an ancient coastal desert system: the Pennsylvanian-Permian lower Cutler beds, Paradox Basin, Utah, U.S.A.
Journal of Sedimentary Research
82, 755-780YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
67
NYEarly P
Jordan, O. D. & Mountney, N. P.
2012
Sequence stratigraphic evolution and cyclicity of an ancient coastal desert system: the Pennsylvanian-Permian lower Cutler beds, Paradox Basin, Utah, U.S.A.
Journal of Sedimentary Research
82, 755-780YGeology
Covers both Pennsylvanian and Permian fossils - listed 2x
68
YYLate PennKosanke, R. M.1955
Palynology of part of the Paradox and Honaker Trail formations, Paradox Basin, Utah.
USGS Bulletin2000-LNPlants
69
YNEarly J
Lockley, M. G., & Hunt, A. P.
1996
Vertebrate track assemblages from the Jurassic Summerville Formation and correlative deposits.
The Continental Jurassic: Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 60
M. Morales
Flagstaff: Museum of Northern Arizona
249-254YTrace fossils
70
YNEarly P
Lockley, M. G., & Madsen, J.
1993
Early Permian vertebrate trackways from the Cedar Mesa Sandstone of eastern Utah: evidence of predator-prey interaction.
Ichnos2(2), 147-153YTrace fossils
71
YYLate J
Lockley, M. G., & Mayer, C. A.
2000
Therangospodus: trackway evidence for the widespread distribution of a Late Jurassic theropod with well-padded feet.
GAIA15, 339-353YVertebrates
72
YYLate J
Lockley, M. G., & Mickleson, D.
1997
Dinosaur and pterosaur tracks in the Summerville and Bluff (Jurassic) beds of eastern Utah and northeastern Arizona.
New Mexico Geological Society 48th Field Conference
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73
YNLate J
Lockley, M. G., & Santos, V. F.
1998
A new dinosaur tracksite in the Morrison Formation, Boundary Butte, southeastern Utah.
Modern Geology
23(1-4), 317-330YTrace fossils
74
NYLate Tr
Lockley, M.G. & Hunt, A.P.
1995
Dinosaur tracks and other fossil footprints from the western United States.
New York, Columbia University Press
338?Trace fossils
75
YYLate Tr
Long, R. A., & Murry, P. A.
1995
Late Triassic (Carnian and Norian) tetrapods from the southwestern United States
Bulletin
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
4?Vertebrates
76
NYEarly PLoope, D. B.1984
Eolian origin of Upper Paleozoic sandstones, southeastern Utah
Journal of Sedimentary Petrology
54(2), 563-580YGeology
77
YYLate PennLoope, D. B.1994
Borings in an oomoldic rockground, Pennsylvanian of southeast Utah.
Palaios9(3), 299-306YTrace fossils
78
YYEarly JLoope, D. B.2005
Abundant trace fossils of sand-swimming reptiles preserved in cross-strata deposited high on the flanks of giant Jurassic dunes.
Geological Society of America Abstract with programs
37, 339NTrace fossils
79
YYEarly JLoope, D. B.2006Dry-season tracks in dinosaur-triggered grainflows.Palaios21(2), 132-142YTrace fossils
80
YNEarly JLoope, D. B.1979
Fossil wood and probable root casts in the Navajo Sandstone.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
11, 278NPlants
81
YNEarly JLoope, D. B.1988Rhizoliths in ancient eolianites.
Sedimentary Geology
565, 301-314YPlants
82
YNEarly JLoope, D. B.2004
Burrows dug by large vertebrates into rain-moistened Middle Jurassic sand dunes.
Journal of Geology
114(6), 753-762YTrace fossils
83
YNEarly JLoope, D. B.2008
Life beneath the surfaces of active Jurassic dunes: burrows from the Entrada Sandstone of south-central Utah.
Palaios23(6), 411-419YTrace fossils
84
YYEarly J
Loope, D. B., Eisenberg, L., & Waiss, E.
2004
Navajo sand sea of near-equatorial Pangea: tropical westerlies, slumps, and giant stromatolites.
Field trips in the Southern Rocky Mountains
E. P. Nelson, & E. A. Erslev
Boulder: Geological Society of America
1-13NTrace fossils
85
NYEarly P
Loope, D. B., Sanderson, G. A., & Verville, G. J.
1990
Abandonment of the name "Elephant Canyon Formation" in southeastern Utah: physical and temporal implications
Mountain Geologist
27(4), 119-130YGeology
86
YYLate Tr
Lopez, A., St. Aude, I., Alderete, D., Alvarez, D., Aultman, H., Busch, D., . . . Gay, R. J.
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An unusual archosauriform tooth increases known tetrapod diversity in the lower portion of the Chinle Formation (Late Triassic) of southeastern Utah, USA.
PeerJ PrePrints3(e1828)NVertebrates
87
NYLate TrLucas, F.A.1898A new Crocodile from the trias of southern Utah.
The American Journal of Science
(4), 6, 399-400YVertebrates
88
YYLate TrLucas, S. G.1997
Stratigraphy of the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, Four Corners region.
New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook
Albuquerque48, 81-107NBiostratigraphy
89
YYEarly PLucas, S. G.2006
Global Permian tetrapod biostratigraphy and biochronology.
Geological Society of London Special Publications
Geological Society of London
265, 65-93YBiostratigraphy
90
YNLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., & Hunt, A. P.
1987
The Triassic system in the Dry Cimarron Valley, New Mexico, Colorado and Oklahoma.
New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook 38th Field Conference, Northeastern New Mexico
New Mexico Geological Society
38, 97-117N
Terrestrial ecosystems
91
YYLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., & Tanner, L. H.
2007
Tetrapod biostratigraphy and biochronology of the Triassic-Jurassic transition on the southern Colorado Plateau, USA.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
244(1-4), 242-256YBiostratigraphy
92
YYEarly J
Lucas, S. G., & Tanner, L. H.
2007
Tetrapod biostratigraphy and biochronology of the Triassic-Jurassic transition on the southern Colorado Plateau, USA.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
244(1-4), 242-256YBiostratigraphy
93
YYEarly J
Lucas, S. G., Gobetz, K. E., Odier, G. P., McCormick, T., & Egan, C.
2006
Tetrapod burrows from the Lower Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, southeastern Utah.
The Triassic-Jurassic terrestrial transition
J. D. Harris, S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann, M. G. Lockley, A. R. Milner, & J. I. Kirkland
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
37, 147-154YTrace fossils
94
YYLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., Lockley, M. G., Hunt, A. P., & Tanner, L. H.
2006
Biostratigraphic significance of tetrapod footprints from the Triassic-Jurassic Wingate Sandstone on the Colorado Plateau.
The Triassic-Jurassic terrestrial transition
J. D. Harris, S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann, M. G. Lockley, A. R. Milner, & J. I. Kirkland
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
37, 109-117YBiostratigraphy
95
YYLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., Lockley, M. G., Hunt, A. P., & Tanner, L. H.
2006
Tetrapod footprint biostratigraphy of the Triassic-Jurassic transition in the American southwest.
The Triassic-Jurassic terrestrial transition
J. D. Harris, S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann, M. G. Lockley, A. R. Milner, & J. I. Kirkland
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
37, 105-108YBiostratigraphy
96
YNEarly J
Lucas, S. G., Lockley, M. G., Hunt, A. P., & Tanner, L. H.
2006
Biostratigraphic significance of tetrapod footprints from the Triassic-Jurassic Wingate Sandstone on the Colorado Plateau.
The Triassic-Jurassic terrestrial transition
J. D. Harris, S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann, M. G. Lockley, A. R. Milner, & J. I. Kirkland
Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
37, 109-117YBiostratigraphy
97
YNLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., Marzolf, J. E., & Anderson, O. J.
1997
Late Triassic phytosaur skull from SE Utah suggests J-0 unconformity not at base of Wingate Sandstone.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
29, 37NVertebrates
98
YYLate Tr
Lucas, S. G., Tanner, L. H., Heckert, A. B., & Hunt, A. P.
2005
Tetrapod biostratigraphy of the Triassic-Jurassic boundary, Four Corners region, USA.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
37, 45NBiostratigraphy
99
YNEarly J
Lucas, S. G., Tanner, L. H., Heckert, A. B., & Hunt, A. P.
2005
Tetrapod biostratigraphy of the Triassic-Jurassic boundary, Four Corners region, USA.
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
37, 45NBiostratigraphy
100
YNEarly P
Mamay, S. H., & Breed, W. J.
1970
Early Permian plants from the Cutler Formation in Monument Valley, Utah.
USGS Bulletin
Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey
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