GEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY

Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II)

Field Guide and Proceedings, XXIV Annual Meeting (2007)


Emma C. Rainforth (ed.)



TABLE OF CONTENTS
Presentation Abstracts
page
Title
Author(s)
2
Trace fossils from Silurian and Devonian strata at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, New Jersey
Robert Metz
3
The Devonian bivalve, Archanodon catskillensis: a status report on the first freshwater mussel from New Jersey
John A. Chamberlain Jr. & Rebecca B. Chamberlain
4
Estimating speeds of dinosaurs from trackways: a re-evaluation of assumptions
Emma C. Rainforth & Melissa Manzella
5
Ichnotaxonomic updates from the Newark Supergroup
Emma C. Rainforth
6
The paradox of large carcharhinoid-type shark vertebrae in the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey
Martin A. Becker, Rebecca B. Chamberlain & John A. Chamberlain Jr.
7
The geological setting, taphonomy and paleoecology of a deltaic Cretaceous (Turonian) amber-bearing deposit in central New Jersey
Paul C. Nascimbene
9
Are Paleozoic brachiopod shell shapes related to predation pressure? A test of evolutionary escalation in Paleozoic marine habitats
William B. Gallagher
10
The Triassic-Jurassic mass extinction
Paul E. Olsen

Technical Papers
12
Trace fossils from Silurian and Devonian strata at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, New Jersey
Robert Metz
24
The Devonian bivalve, Archanodon catskillensis: a status report on the first freshwater mussel from New Jersey John A. Chamberlain Jr. & Rebecca B. Chamberlain
41
Estimating speeds of dinosaurs from trackways: a re-evaluation of assumptions Emma C. Rainforth & Melissa Manzella
49
Ichnotaxonomic updates from the Newark Supergroup
Emma C. Rainforth
60
Geology of Great Notch, New Jersey: A teachers field-guide to dinosaurs, basalt flows, and Spirit River
Chris Laskowich
69
The paradox of large carcharhinoid-type shark vertebrae in the Upper Cretaceous of New Jersey Martin A. Becker, Rebecca B. Chamberlain & John A. Chamberlain Jr.

Teachers Workshops
86
Teaching forensic geology
Nelson Eby
87
The proposed Fossil Discovery Center and the Sterling Hill Mining Museum educational programs: past, current and future
James O. Brown

Field Guide
92
Road Log
Emma C. Rainforth
94
Stop 1: Brown Street Quarry, Stroudsburg, PA
Paul S. Boyer
98
Stop 2: Centerfield Biostrome, Stroud Twp., PA
Paul S. Boyer
103
Stop 3: Pocono Environmental Education Center, Dingmans Ferry, PA
Emma C. Rainforth
105
Stop 4: Rubin Hill Road, Montague Twp., NJ
Arlene Castleman & Emma C. Rainforth
106
Stop 5: Gingerbread Castle Stromatolites, Hamburg, NJ
Deborah Freile, Emma C. Rainforth & Gregory Herman

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