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Contents

  1. 1 Labandeira, C.C. 1998 - Insects in Late Jurassic To Middle Cretaceous Ecosystems *@
  2. 2 Labandeira, C.C. 2002 - Fossil Record of Continental Invertebrates *
  3. 3 LaBarbera, M., 1981 - The Ecology of Mesozioc Mollusca
  4. 4 Lacovara, K.J., W.B. Gallagher, 2006 - The coastal deposits of southern New Jersey
  5. 5 Lambrecht, K. 1933 - Handbuch der Palaeornithologie
  6. 6 LaMotte, R.S. 1944 - Catalogue of Mesozoic and Cenozoic Plants of North America *
  7. 7 Lanci, L,  D. V. Kent, K. G. Miller 2002 - Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic of NJ *
  8. 8 Laney, S.E. 200x Desert Minerals From The Passaic Formation of NJ *
  9. 9 Landman, N.H., M.P. Garb, D.S. Ebel,  L.E. Edwards 2012 - Late Cretaceous Ammonites Survival *
  10. 10 Landman, N.H., R.O. Johnson, L.E. Edwards 2004 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 1*
  11. 11 Landman, N. H., R.O. Johnson, L.E. Edwards 2004 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 2 *
  12. 12 Landman, N.H., R.O. Johnson, M.P. Garb, L.E. Edwards, F.T. Kyte 2007 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 3 *
  13. 13 LaPasha, C.A. 1977 - A petrified cone from the Magothy Formation, New Jersey
  14. 14 LaPasha, C.A. 1978 - A new taxodiaceous cone from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey
  15. 15 LaPasha, C.A. 1983 - Rhombostrobus cliffwoodensis; a taxodiaceous seed cone from Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey
  16. 16 LaPasha, Constantine A., Charles N. Miller, Jr. 1981 - New Taxodiaceous Seed Cones from the Upper Cretaceous of NJ
  17. 17 Larson, N.L., N.H. Landman 2007 - The Contributions of William "Bill" A. Cobban.  *
  18. 18 Larson, N.L., 2012 - Cephalopod Fauna of Coon Creek *
  19. 19 Laskowich, C. 2007 - Geology of Great Notch, New Jersey *#@
  20. 20 Latson, R.L. 1986 - Ostracoda of the  Vincentown Formation In Central New Jersey *
  21. 21 Lauginiger, E. M. 1979 - Spoil Banks, C & D Canal, Delaware *
  22. 22 Lauginiger, E. M. 1979 - C & D Canal, Delaware *
  23. 23 Lauginiger, E. M. 1981 - Fort Worth's Cretaceous Fossils *
  24. 24 Lauginiger, E.M. 1984 - An upper Campanian vertebrate fauna from the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal *#
  25. 25 Lauginiger, E.M. 1986 -  An Upper Cretaceous  vertebrate assemblage from Big Brook, NJ *#
  26. 26 Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 - Raiders of the lost sharks
  27. 27 Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 - Cretaceous Fossils From The C&D Canal *
  28. 28 Lauginiger, E. M. 198x - Fossil Collecting in the New Jersey Greensands *
  29. 29 Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 -Mt. Laurel Formation Food Web *
  30. 30 Lauginiger, E. M. , E.F. Hartstein - 1981 - Delaware  Fossils 
  31. 31 Delaware Fossils. Delaware Mineralogical Society, Wilmington, Delaware, 38pp.
  32. 32 Lauginiger, E. M. , E.F. Hartstein - 1983 - Delaware Cretaceous Fossils *
  33. 33 Lauginiger, E.M., Parris, D.C., Pellegrini, R.A 2014 - Chesapeake and Delaware Canal *
  34. 34 The Chesapeake and Delaware: Two Centuries of Paleontology on a Public Tract, Proceedings of he 10th Conference on Fossil Resources, Dakoterra 6:170-180.
  35. 35 Lauginiger, E.M.,  Pellegrini, R.A, Parris, D.C., 2014 - C&D Canal Biostratigraphy *
  36. 36 Toward A Comprehensive Biosgtratigraphic of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Cretaceous Tracts, State of Delaware, USA, IAP Conference.
  37. 37 Lea, I. 1833 - New Tertiary fossil shells from Maryland and New Jersey *
  38. 38 Lea, I. 1833 - New genus of fossil shell from New Jersey *
  39. 39 Lea, I. 1858 - Cretaceous of New Jersey and the United States *
  40. 40 Lea, I. 1861 - Fossil Mollusca from the Cretaceous formation at Haddonfield, New Jersey *
  41. 41 Lea, I. 1868 -  Descriptions of Unionidae from the lower Cretaceous formation of New Jersey *
  42. 42 Leary, R.L. 1962 - An Introduction to Fossils and Fossil Collecting in New Jersey
  43. 43 LeGrand, H.E. 1960 - Summary of geology of Atlantic Coastal Plain province
  44. 44 Leidy, J. 1846 - Notes taken on a visit to White Pond, in Warren Co., New Jersey *
  45. 45 Leidy, J. 1852 - Descriptions of fossil reptilian and mammalian remains *
  46. 46 Leidy, J. 1852 - Descriptions of vertebrate fossils from the green sand of New Jersey *
  47. 47 Leidy, J. 1854 - Thorocosaurus grandis from the green sand formation of New Jersey *
  48. 48 Leidy, J. 1854 - Observations on Extinct Cetacea *
  49. 49 Leidy, J. 1856 - Indications of Twelve Species of Fossil Fishes *
  50. 50 Leidy, J. 1857 - Descriptions of two icthyodorulite *
  51. 51 Leidy, J. 1857 - Extinct Vertebrate animals of New Jersey *
  52. 52 Leidy, J. 1857 - Extinct turtles of New Jersey *
  53. 53 Leidy, J. 1857 - Notices of some remains of extinct fishes *
  54. 54 Leidy, J. 1859 - Hadrosaurus foulkii and Cretaceous Formations of New Jersey *
  55. 55 Leidy, J. 1860 - Observations on Mastodon from Honduras and on Mosasaurus, with synonymy *
  56. 56 Leidy, J. 1865 - Cretaceous reptiles of the United States *
  57. 57 Leidy, J. 1868 - Remarks on a jaw fragment of Megalosaurus *
  58. 58 Leidy, J, 1868 - Remarks on Conosaurus of Gibbs *
  59. 59 Leidy, J. 1868 - Notice of the Remains of Extinct Pachyderms *
  60. 60 Leidy, J. 1868 - On Some Cretaceous Reptilla *
  61. 61 Leidy, J. 1868 - On The Origin of Genera *
  62. 62 Liedy, J. 1870 - Remarks on Hadrosaurs and its allies *
  63. 63 Leidy, J. 1876 - On Petalodus From Green Sand of New Jersey *
  64. 64 Leidy, J. 1884 -  A Flint Nodule Ffrom the Greensand of New Jersey *
  65. 65 Lendemer, J.C. 2002 - Rediscovery of "Lost" Triassic Fossil Plant *
  66. 66 Lev, R.D. 1983 - Transgressive sedimentary facies of the Magothy Formation
  67. 67 Levins, H, 2008 - Hadrosaurus foulkii *
  68. 68 Lewis, S. 1855 - A few remarks on the green sand formation of New Jersey
  69. 69 Lewis, H.C. 1881 - On a Jurassic sand, Maryland and New Jersey *
  70. 70 Lewis, H.C. 1881 - On a new Fucoidal Plant from the Triassic *
  71. 71 Lewis, H.C. 1881 - The Trenton Gravel and its Relation to the Antiquity of Man *
  72. 72 Lewis, H.C. 1881 - The antiquity of man in eastern America
  73. 73 Lewis, H.C. 1884 - Field lecture in geology in the vicinity of Philadelphia
  74. 74 Lewis, H.C. 1884 - Vertebrate and invertebrate fossils and also plants remains at Fish House
  75. 75 Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel 1910-12 - Geologic Map of New Jersey
  76. 76 Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel 1915 - The Geology of New Jersey *
  77. 77 Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel, 1940 - The Geology of New Jersey *
  78. 78 Lindgren, J., M. Siverson, 2004 - The Mosasaur Clidastes *
  79. 79 Litwin, R.J., N.F. Sohl, J.P. Owens, P.J. Sugarman 1993 - Upper Cretaceous marine unit, Cheesquake, NJ *
  80. 80 Liu, C., J.V. Browning, K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson 1997 - Paleocene Benthic NJ *
  81. 81 Liu, Z., M.S. Engel, D.A. Grimaldi 2007 - Cynipoid wasps (Hymenoptera, Cynipoidea) *
  82. 82 Lockwood, S., 1883 - A Mastodon americanus in a beaver meadow [Freehold, NJ]
  83. 83 Loeblich, A.R., H. Tappan 1957 - Planktonic Foraminifera of Paleocene and early Eocene of NJ *
  84. 84 Loeblich, A.R., H. Tappan 1957 - Paleocene / Eocene Correlation *
  85. 85 Lonsdale, W., 1845 - Account of six species of Polyparia from Timber Creek, New Jersey *
  86. 86 Lubkin, S.H. 2003 - Paracupes svitkoi, a new species from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *
  87. 87 Lucas, S.G., L.H. Tanner, 2007 - Triassic-Jurassic Boundary, Newark Super Group *
  88. 88 Ludlum, J.C. 1940 - Continuity of the Hardyston formation in the vincinity of Phillipsburg, NJ *
  89. 89 Lull, R.S. 1904 - Fossil footprints of the Jura-Triass of North America
  90. 90 Lull, R.S, Wright, N.E. 1942 - Hadrosaurian dinosaurs of North America.
  91. 91 Lundin, R.F. 1971 - Silurian and early Devonian ostracode faunas
  92. 92 Lurie, Maxine, Marc Mappen 2004 - The Encyclopedia of New Jersey
  93. 93 Lyell, C. 1845 - Cretaceous strata of New Jersey *
  94. 94 Lyell, C. 1845 - Observations on the White Limestone of America *
  95. 95 Lyell, C. 1845 - Miocene Tertiary Strata of America *
  96. 96 Lyell, C. 1845 - Travels in North America, with Geological Observations *
  97. 97 Lyell, C. 1851 - On fossil rain marks of the recent, Triassic and Carboniferous periods *
  98. 98 Lydekker, R. 1888 - Note on a new Wealden Iguanodont and other Dinosaurs *
  99. 99 Lydekker, R. 1888 - Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the British Museum
  100. 100 Lyman, B.S. 1893 - The great Mesozoic fault in New Jersey *
  101. 101 Lynch, S.C., J.F. Parham 2003 - The first report of  hard-shelled sea turtles from the Miocene of California *
  102. 102 Lyttle, P.T., J.E. Repestski 1983 - Structure and stratigraphy of the Beekmantown Group in New Jersey

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Labandeira, C.C. 1998 - Insects in Late Jurassic To Middle Cretaceous Ecosystems *@

Labandeira, C.C. 2002 - Fossil Record of Continental Invertebrates *

LaBarbera, M., 1981 - The Ecology of Mesozioc Mollusca

The Ecology of Mesozoic Gryphaea, Exogyra and Ilymatogrya (Bivalvia: Mollusca) in Modern Oceans, Paleobiology 7:510-526

Lacovara, K.J., W.B. Gallagher, 2006 - The coastal deposits of southern New Jersey

From the Cretaceous to the beach: The coastal deposits of southern New Jersey: Geological Society of America Field Trip Guide for Annual Meeting, 2006, Philadelphia, Science Notes 18, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, 32 p.

Lambrecht, K. 1933 - Handbuch der Palaeornithologie

Handbuch der Palaeornithologie. 1024 pages, 209 figures, 4 plates.Berlin: Gebriider Bomtraeger.

LaMotte, R.S. 1944 - Catalogue of Mesozoic and Cenozoic Plants of North America *

Lanci, L,  D. V. Kent, K. G. Miller 2002 - Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic of NJ *

Laney, S.E. 200x Desert Minerals From The Passaic Formation of NJ *

Landman, N.H., M.P. Garb, D.S. Ebel,  L.E. Edwards 2012 - Late Cretaceous Ammonites Survival *

Landman, N.H., R.O. Johnson, L.E. Edwards 2004 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 1*

Landman, N. H., R.O. Johnson, L.E. Edwards 2004 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 2 *

Landman, N.H., R.O. Johnson, M.P. Garb, L.E. Edwards, F.T. Kyte 2007 - Cephalopods from the K/T Boundary of NJ - Part 3 *

LaPasha, C.A. 1977 - A petrified cone from the Magothy Formation, New Jersey

A petrified cone from the Magothy Formation, Cliffwood, New Jersey [abstr]" in Abstracts of papers to be presented at the meetings of the Botanical Society of America and certain affiliated groups at Michigan State University (Luteyn, J.L. editor; et al), Botanical Society of America, Miscellaneous Series Publication, 154:39

LaPasha, C.A. 1978 - A new taxodiaceous cone from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey

A new taxodiaceous cone from the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey [abstr] in Programs and abstracts of papers to be presented at the meetings of the Botanical Society of America and certain affiliated groups at Virginia Polytechnic Institution and State University (Gifford, E.M. editor), Botanical Society of America, Miscellaneous Series Publication 156:60

LaPasha, C.A. 1983 - Rhombostrobus cliffwoodensis; a taxodiaceous seed cone from Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey

Rhombostrobus cliffwoodensis; a taxodiaceous seed cone from Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey [abstr] in Programs with abstracts of papers to be presented at the joint meeting of the Botanical Society of America and the Canadian Botanical Association (Dilcher, D.L. editor),  American Journal of Botany 70(5)2:73

LaPasha, Constantine A., Charles N. Miller, Jr. 1981 - New Taxodiaceous Seed Cones from the Upper Cretaceous of NJ

Larson, N.L., N.H. Landman 2007 - The Contributions of William "Bill" A. Cobban.  *

Larson, N.L., 2012 - Cephalopod Fauna of Coon Creek *

Laskowich, C. 2007 - Geology of Great Notch, New Jersey *#@

Latson, R.L. 1986 - Ostracoda of the  Vincentown Formation In Central New Jersey *

Lauginiger, E. M. 1979 - Spoil Banks, C & D Canal, Delaware *

Lauginiger, E. M. 1979 - C & D Canal, Delaware *

Lauginiger, E. M. 1981 - Fort Worth's Cretaceous Fossils *

Lauginiger, E.M. 1984 - An upper Campanian vertebrate fauna from the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal *#

Lauginiger, E.M. 1986 -  An Upper Cretaceous  vertebrate assemblage from Big Brook, NJ *#

Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 - Raiders of the lost sharks

Raiders of the lost sharks. Mid-America Paleontology Society Digest 11:40-42.

Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 - Cretaceous Fossils From The C&D Canal *

Lauginiger, E. M. 198x - Fossil Collecting in the New Jersey Greensands *

Lauginiger, E. M. 1988 -Mt. Laurel Formation Food Web *

Lauginiger, E. M. , E.F. Hartstein - 1981 - Delaware  Fossils 

Delaware Fossils. Delaware Mineralogical Society, Wilmington, Delaware, 38pp.

Lauginiger, E. M. , E.F. Hartstein - 1983 - Delaware Cretaceous Fossils *

Lauginiger, E.M., Parris, D.C., Pellegrini, R.A 2014 - Chesapeake and Delaware Canal *

Lauginiger, E.M.,  Pellegrini, R.A, Parris, D.C., 2014 - C&D Canal Biostratigraphy *

Lea, I. 1833 - New Tertiary fossil shells from Maryland and New Jersey *

Lea, I. 1833 - New genus of fossil shell from New Jersey *

Lea, I. 1858 - Cretaceous of New Jersey and the United States *

Lea, I. 1861 - Fossil Mollusca from the Cretaceous formation at Haddonfield, New Jersey *

Lea, I. 1868 -  Descriptions of Unionidae from the lower Cretaceous formation of New Jersey *

Leary, R.L. 1962 - An Introduction to Fossils and Fossil Collecting in New Jersey

What is a fossil?: An Introduction to Fossils and Fossil Collecting in New Jersey, Newark Museum, Newark, NJ.

LeGrand, H.E. 1960 - Summary of geology of Atlantic Coastal Plain province

Summary of geology of Atlantic Coastal Plain province [abs]: Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 44(7):1252

Leidy, J. 1846 - Notes taken on a visit to White Pond, in Warren Co., New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1852 - Descriptions of fossil reptilian and mammalian remains *

Leidy, J. 1852 - Descriptions of vertebrate fossils from the green sand of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1854 - Thorocosaurus grandis from the green sand formation of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1854 - Observations on Extinct Cetacea *

Leidy, J. 1856 - Indications of Twelve Species of Fossil Fishes *

Leidy, J. 1857 - Descriptions of two icthyodorulite *

Leidy, J. 1857 - Extinct Vertebrate animals of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1857 - Extinct turtles of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1857 - Notices of some remains of extinct fishes *

Leidy, J. 1859 - Hadrosaurus foulkii and Cretaceous Formations of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1860 - Observations on Mastodon from Honduras and on Mosasaurus, with synonymy *

Leidy, J. 1865 - Cretaceous reptiles of the United States *

Leidy, J. 1868 - Remarks on a jaw fragment of Megalosaurus *

Leidy, J, 1868 - Remarks on Conosaurus of Gibbs *

Leidy, J. 1868 - Notice of the Remains of Extinct Pachyderms *

Leidy, J. 1868 - On Some Cretaceous Reptilla *

Leidy, J. 1868 - On The Origin of Genera *

Liedy, J. 1870 - Remarks on Hadrosaurs and its allies *

Leidy, J. 1876 - On Petalodus From Green Sand of New Jersey *

Leidy, J. 1884 -  A Flint Nodule Ffrom the Greensand of New Jersey *

Lendemer, J.C. 2002 - Rediscovery of "Lost" Triassic Fossil Plant *

Lev, R.D. 1983 - Transgressive sedimentary facies of the Magothy Formation

Transgressive sedimentary facies of the Magothy Formation (Cretaceous), New Jersey coastal plain [abstr] in The Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section, 18th Annual Meeting, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 15(3):144

Levins, H, 2008 - Hadrosaurus foulkii *

Find the Worlds First Dinosaur Skelton, Hadrosaurus foulkii, http://www.levins.com/dinosaur.shtml

Lewis, S. 1855 - A few remarks on the green sand formation of New Jersey

A few remarks on the green sand formation of New Jersey, Bulletin of the Pottsville Science Association (Schuykill County, Pa.) 1(1):11-13 Jan-Feb, 1855

Lewis, H.C. 1881 - On a Jurassic sand, Maryland and New Jersey *

Lewis, H.C. 1881 - On a new Fucoidal Plant from the Triassic *

Lewis, H.C. 1881 - The Trenton Gravel and its Relation to the Antiquity of Man *

Lewis, H.C. 1881 - The antiquity of man in eastern America

The antiquity of man in eastern America, geologically considered. Proceedings of the American Association of Science 29:706-709

Lewis, H.C. 1884 - Field lecture in geology in the vicinity of Philadelphia

Field lecture in geology in the vicinity of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Public Ledger, April-June, 1884

Lewis, H.C. 1884 - Vertebrate and invertebrate fossils and also plants remains at Fish House

Vertebrate and invertebrate fossils and also plants remains at Fish House:  Philadelphia Public Ledger, 1884

Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel 1910-12 - Geologic Map of New Jersey

Geologic Map of New Jersey, New Jersey Geological Survey, Trenton

Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel 1915 - The Geology of New Jersey *

Lewis, J.V., H.B. Kummel, 1940 - The Geology of New Jersey *

Lindgren, J., M. Siverson, 2004 - The Mosasaur Clidastes *

Litwin, R.J., N.F. Sohl, J.P. Owens, P.J. Sugarman 1993 - Upper Cretaceous marine unit, Cheesquake, NJ *

Liu, C., J.V. Browning, K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson 1997 - Paleocene Benthic NJ *

Liu, Z., M.S. Engel, D.A. Grimaldi 2007 - Cynipoid wasps (Hymenoptera, Cynipoidea) *

Lockwood, S., 1883 - A Mastodon americanus in a beaver meadow [Freehold, NJ]

A Mastodon americanus in a beaver meadow [Freehold, NJ] (abstr), Proceedings of American Association for the Advancement of Science 31:365-366, [abstr] American Journal of Science (3)24:294-295 (1882), Popular Science Monthly 22:341-345 (1883)

Loeblich, A.R., H. Tappan 1957 - Planktonic Foraminifera of Paleocene and early Eocene of NJ *

Loeblich, A.R., H. Tappan 1957 - Paleocene / Eocene Correlation *

Lonsdale, W., 1845 - Account of six species of Polyparia from Timber Creek, New Jersey *

Lubkin, S.H. 2003 - Paracupes svitkoi, a new species from the Cretaceous of New Jersey *

Lucas, S.G., L.H. Tanner, 2007 - Triassic-Jurassic Boundary, Newark Super Group *

The nonmarine Triassic-Jurassic Boundary in the Newark Supergroup of eastern North America, Earth-Science Reviews 84 (2007) 1–20

Ludlum, J.C. 1940 - Continuity of the Hardyston formation in the vincinity of Phillipsburg, NJ *

Lull, R.S. 1904 - Fossil footprints of the Jura-Triass of North America

Lull, R.S, Wright, N.E. 1942 - Hadrosaurian dinosaurs of North America.

Hadrosaurian dinosaurs of North America, Geological Society of America Special Papers 40:1-242

Lundin, R.F. 1971 - Silurian and early Devonian ostracode faunas

Possible paleoecological significance of Silurian and early Devonian ostracode faunas from mid-contiental and northeastern North America with discussion: in Paleoecology of ostracodes, Cent Rech. Pau, Bulletin 5:853-868

Lurie, Maxine, Marc Mappen 2004 - The Encyclopedia of New Jersey

The Encyclopedia of New Jersey, Rutgers University

Lyell, C. 1845 - Cretaceous strata of New Jersey *

Lyell, C. 1845 - Observations on the White Limestone of America *

Lyell, C. 1845 - Miocene Tertiary Strata of America *

Lyell, C. 1845 - Travels in North America, with Geological Observations *

Lyell, C. 1851 - On fossil rain marks of the recent, Triassic and Carboniferous periods *

Lydekker, R. 1888 - Note on a new Wealden Iguanodont and other Dinosaurs *

Lydekker, R. 1888 - Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the British Museum

Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the British Museum (Natural History). British Museum, part 1:309

Lyman, B.S. 1893 - The great Mesozoic fault in New Jersey *

Lynch, S.C., J.F. Parham 2003 - The first report of  hard-shelled sea turtles from the Miocene of California *

Lyttle, P.T., J.E. Repestski 1983 - Structure and stratigraphy of the Beekmantown Group in New Jersey

Structure and stratigraphy of the Beekmantown Group in New Jersey [abstr] in Abstracts of the Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section, 18th annual meeting, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 15(3):174.

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