Volume 12, No. 2 Online Supplement mailed Jun 2015

  1. 12th International Conference on the Ordovician System SHORT PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS

    - online
  2. PRE-CONFERENCE FIELD TRIP: Katian GSSP and Carbonates of the Simpson and Arbuckle Groups in Oklahoma

    Stephen A. Leslie, Jesse R. Carlucci, Daniel Goldman, Carlton E. Brett, and Stephen R. Westrop - online
  3. PRE-CONFERENCE FIELD TRIP: Ordovician of the Southern Appalachians, June 3rd – 7th, 2015

    Achim Hermann and John T. Haynes - online
  4. MID-CONFERENCE FIELD TRIP: Ordovician of Germany Valley, West Virginia, June 10th, 2015

    John T. Haynes, Keith E. Goggin, Randall C. Orndorff, and Lisa R. Goggin - online
  5. POST CONFERENCE FIELD TRIP: The Central Appalachians

    John F. Taylor, Editor and James D. Loch, Editor - online

Volume 12, No. 1 mailed Jun 2015

  1. Conodont-based stratigraphy in the Devonian of the Serre Massif (southern Italy)
    Vincenzo Perrone, Pilar Navas-Parejo, Roberta Somma, Rosario Rodriguez Canero, and Augustin Martin-Algarra - online
  2. Amphimelissa setosa (Cleve) (Polycystina, Nassellaria) - a stratigraphic and paleoecological marker of migrating polar environments in the northern hemisphere during the Quaternary
    Kjell R. Bjorklund, Kentaro Hatekeda, Svetlana B. Kruglikova, and Alexander G. Matul - online
  3. NACSN- Note 67 – Application for Revision of Article 37, Lithodemic Units, of the North American Stratigraphic Code

    Ismael Ferrusquia-Villafranca, Robert M. Easton, Lucy E. Edwards, Randall C. Orndorff, and Manuel Duguet - online
  4. The Triassic-Jurassic strata of the Newark Basin, USA: Acomplete and accurate astronomically-tuned timescale?
    Lawrence H. Tanner and Spencer G. Lucas - online
  5. Late Cretaceous to early Paleogene foraminiferal biozones in the Tibetan Himalayas, and a pan-Tethyan foraminiferal correlation scheme
    Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel, G. David Price, Xiumian Hu, and Juan Li - online

Volume 11, No. 3-4

  1. Eocene stratigraphy of the Wadi Al-Hitan World Heritage Site and adjacent areas (Fayum, Egypt)
    Chris King, Charlie Underwood, and Etienne Steurbaut
  2. Post-Collision Deposition of Balanga Formation in northwest Mindoro, Philippines: Calcareous Nannofossil Evidence
    Camille Regina A. Ramos, Allan Gil S. Fernando, Carla B. Dimalanta, Decibel V. Faustino-Eslava, Chelo S. Pascua, Edmundo P. Vargas Vargas, Deborah N. Tangunan, Alyssa M. Peleo-Alampay, Jamila B. Abuda, and Lara Angeli T. Mambuay
  3. The neglected history of Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b: insights and new data from the Poggio le Guaine section (Umbria–Marche Basin)
    Marianna Sideri, Mario Sprovieri, Rodolfo Coccioni, Nadia Sabatino, Fabrizio Frontalini, and Silvia Gardin
  4. Conodont zones and related ash beds through the Permian-Triassic Boundary in South China
    Qiuling Gao, Sha Wu, Ning Zhang, Wenchen Xia, Wenli Zhong, and Qinglai Feng
  5. Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy from the middle/late Miocene of Malta and Gozo (Central Mediterranean)
    Rita Catanzariti and Michael Gatt

Volume 11, No. 2

  1. Seismic and sequence stratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous–Tertiary succession, eastern Abu-Gharadig Basin, Western Desert, Egypt
    Mohamed Mahsoub, Mahmoud Faris, Mohamed Boukhary, Samah El Nahas, Ahmed Abd El Naby, and Mohamed Hamed Abdel Aal
  2. North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature Note 66: Records of Stratigraphic Commission, 2003-2013

    A. P. (Tony) Hamblin, Howard Harper, Norman P. Lasca, Jared R. Morrow, Randall C. Orndorff, Peter Sadler, Robert W. Scott, Berry H. (Nick) Tew, Robert M. Easton, Octavian Catuneanu, Art D. Donovan, and Richard H. Fluegeman
  3. Tempo and duration of short-term environmental perturbations across the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary
    Dorothee Husson, Bruno Galbrun, Silvia Gardin, and Nicholas Thibault
  4. Morozovella gorrondatxensis (Orue-Etxebarria 1985) vs M. crater (Hornibrook 1958): taxonomy and significance for Early/Middle Eocene boundary biostratigraphy
    Victoriano Pujalte, Silvia Ortiz, Xabier Orue-Etxtebarria, Aitor Payros, Fernando Caballero, and Estibaliz Apellaniz

Volume 10, No. 4

  1. IGCP 591 – The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution: Special Volume in Honor of August F. Foerste
    Bradley D. Cramer and Michael J. Melchin
  2. The Ordovician-Silurian boundary (late Katian-Hirnantian) of western Anticosti Island: revised stratigraphy and benthic megafaunal correlations
    Paul Copper, Jisuo Jin, and Andre Desrochers
  3. New palynological data from the Upper Ordovician of the Precordillera Basin, Argentina: A potential key for understanding the geological history of the Precordillera terrain
    G. Susana de la Puente and Claudia V. Rubinstein
  4. Biostratigraphy of a Silurian ‘hot’ shale from western Iraq
    David K. Loydell, Anthony Butcher, and Ali I. Al-Juboury
  5. The Digital Integrated Stratigraphy Project (DISP) Development Phase II: On-site 3D access, analysis and integration of stratigraphic data using PCs and 3D Photorealistic Models
    Lu Chen, Carlos L. V. Aiken, Michelle Iris Rodriguez-Gomez, Bradley D. Cramer, Brian Burnham, and Miao Wang
  6. Integrating Magnetic Susceptibility Data with Sequence Stratigraphy in the Ironstone Bearing Successions (Lower Silurian) of Eastern North America
    Nicholas B. Sullivan and Carlton E. Brett
  7. Integrating Magnetic Susceptibility data with sequence stratigraphy - Appendix
    Nicholas B. Sullivan and Carlton E. Brett
  8. Chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the Upper Ordovician D. clingani and P. linearis graptolite biozones on the Island of Bornholm, Denmark
    Thijs R. A. Vandenbroucke, Philippe Recourt, Jaak Nolvak, and Arne T. Nielisen
  9. An Early Ordovician conodont fauna from the Santa Rosita Formation at its type area in the Santa Victoria Range, Cordillera Oriental, Northwestern Argentina
    Gustavo G. Voldman, Guillermo L. Albanesi, Cesar R. Monaldi, and Fernando J. Zeballo

Volume 10, No. 3

  1. Paleozoic stratigraphy of the Longi-Taormina Unit (PeloritanianMountains, southern Italy)
    Vincenzo Perone, Carlos Martínez-Pérez, Roberta Somma, Pilar Navas-Parejo, Augustinq Martín-Algarra, and Rosario Rodríguez-Cañero
  2. The Carboniferous-Permian boundary at Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico, USA
    Spencer G. Lucas, James E. Barrick, Karl Krainer, and Jorg W. Schneider
  3. The Aktulagay section, west Kazakhstan: a key site for northern mid-latitude Early Eocene stratigraphy
    David Ward, Chris King, Alina Iakovleva, Etienne Steurbaut, and Claus Heilmann-Clausen
  4. Robert William O’Brien Knox

Volume 9, No. 3-4

  1. Introduction to Early Paleogene geohistory of Egypt: The Dababiya Quarry Corehole
    William A. Berggren and Khaled Ouda
  2. The Dababiya Quarry Corehole in Dababiya Natural Park, southern Nile Valley, Egypt
    M. M. Senosy and A. Abdel-Sabour
  3. Geophysical logging and magnetic susceptibility studies on the Dababiya Quarry Corehole, Dababiya Natural Park, southern Nile Valley, Egypt
    M. M. Senosy and A. Abdel-Sabour
  4. Data Report: Magnetic susceptibility measurements on Dababiya core
    Benjamin S. Cramer
  5. Lithostratigraphy of the upper Maastrichtian to lower Eocene succession in the Dababiya Corehole, Egypt
    Christian Dupuis and Robert W. OBrien Knox
  6. Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary interval in the Dababiya Quarry Corehole, Dababiya, Upper Nile Valley, Egypt
    Khaled Ouda, William A. Berggren, and Ayman Abdel-Sabour
  7. Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the upper Cretaceous to mid-Paleocene of the Dababiya Quarry Corehole, Upper Nile Valley, Egypt
    Nageh Obaidalla
  8. The Dababiya Quarry Core: Coccolith biostratigraphy
    Marie-Pierre Aubry and Rehab Salem
  9. Ammonites from the Dababiya Quarry Corehole: Taxonomic notes and age assessment
    Stijn Goolaerts and Christian Dupuis
  10. Uppermost Cretaceous to lowermost Eocene benthic foraminifera of the Dababiya Corehole, Upper Nile Valley, Egypt
    Laia Alegret and Silvia Ortiz
  11. Clay mineralogy in the Dababiya Quarry Corehole
    Christian Dupuis
  12. The Dababiya Core: A window into Paleocene to early Eocene depositional history in Egypt based on coccolith stratigraphy
    Marie-Pierre Aubry and Rehab Salem
  13. Paleocene depositional environments and depositional sequences in the Dababiya Quarry Corehole (Egypt)
    Chris King
  14. Summary and Conclusions
    William A. Berggren
  15. Appendix: Graphic logs of the upper Maastrichtian to lower early Eocene succession in the Dababiya Corehole, Egypt
    Robert William OBrien Knox, Christian Dupuis, Chris King, and Ben Cramer

Volume 8, No. 2-3

  1. Progress towards the definition of the Global Stratotype Section and Point of the Langhian Stage
    Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Agata Di Stefano, and Elena Turco
  2. Integrated stratigraphy of the La Vedova section (Conero Riviera, Italy) and implications for the Burdigalian/Langhian boundary
    Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Leonardo Sagnotti, Elena Turco, Antonio Cascella, Rocco Gennari, and Frits J. Hilgen
  3. High-resolution stratigraphy of the Contrada Pesciarello borehole succession (SE Sicily): a lower Langhian reference section for the Mediterranean region
    Luca M. Foresi, Agata Di Stefano, Marina Verducci, Rosanna Maniscalco, and Fabio Speranza
  4. Integrated stratigraphy of St. Peter’s Pool section (Malta): new age for the Upper Globigerina Limestone member and progress towards the Langhian GSSP
    Roberto Mazzei, Salvatorini Gianfranco, Luciana Ferraro, Simone Da Prato, Luca M. Foresi, Marina Verducci, Niccolo Baldassini, and Fabrizio Lirer
  5. Calcareous plankton events at the Early/MiddleMiocene transition of DSDP Hole 608: comparison with Mediterranean successions for definition of the Langhian GSSP
    Agata Di Stefano, Marina Verducci, Antonio Cascella, and Silvia Maria Iaccarino
  6. Revisiting the taxonomy of the intermediate stages in the Globigerinoides - Praeorbulina lineage
    Federica Riforgiato, Marina Verducci, Elena Turco, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Luca M. Foresi, and Gianfranco Salvatorini
  7. Globorotalia mariae mariae and G. mariae gratiae: Two new planktonic Foraminifera from the middleMiocene of the Mediterranean
    Gianfranco Salvatorini, Federica Riforgiato, and Marina Verducci
  8. High-resolution integrated stratigraphy of the upper Burdigalian-lower Langhian in the Mediterranean: the Langhian historical stratotype and new candidate sections for defining its GSSP
    Niccolo Baldassini, Antonio Cascella, Simone Da Prato, Luciana Ferraro, Rocco Gennari, Frits J. Hilgen, Fabrizio Lirer, Rosanna Maniscalco, Roberto Mazzei, Federica Riforgiato, Bianca Russo, Leonardo Sagnotti, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Gianfranco Salvatorini, Agata Di Stefano, Fabio Speranza, Luca M. Foresi, Marina Verducci, and Elena Turco

Volume 7, No. 2-3

  1. Pliocene Climate
    Harry J. Dowsett and Rocio P. Caballero Gill
  2. Sensitivity of the Greenland Ice Sheet to Pliocene sea surface temperatures
    Danielle K. Stoll, Daniel J. Hill, Aisling M. Dolan, Alan M. Haywood, and Stephen J. Hunter
  3. The PRISM3D paleoenvironmental reconstruction
    Daniel Hill, Linda Sohl, Mark Chandler, Mark Williams, Kevin Foley, Danielle K. Stoll, Harry J. Dowsett, Marci M. Robinson, Alan M. Haywood, and Ulrich Salzmann
  4. Cooling upwelling regions along the California margin during the early Pliocene: evidence for a shoaling thermocline
    Chelsea Reed-Sterrett, Petra S. Dekens, Lisa D. White, and Ivano W. Aiello
  5. Low-latitude northern hemisphere oceanographic andclimatic responses to early shoaling of the Central American Seaway
    Brendan P. Lutz
  6. ePRISM: A case study in multiple proxy and mixed temporal resolution integration
    Marci M. Robinson and Harry J. Dowsett
  7. Mid-Piacenzian mean annual sea surface temperature: an analysis for data-model comparisons
    Harry J. Dowsett, Marci M. Robinson, Danielle K. Stoll, and Kevin M. Foley
  8. Early Pliocene Weddell Sea seasonality determined from bryozoans
    Anna Nelson, Tanya Knowles, Paul Taylor, Melanie Leng, Jan Zalasiewicz, Alan Haywood, Nicola Clark, Mark Williams, Beth Okamura, and John Smellie
  9. Early to mid-Pliocene environmentally constrained diatom assemblages from the AND-1B drillcore, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
    Diane Winter, Charlotte Sjunneskog, and David Harwood

Volume 6, No. 1

  1. The Neogene and Quaternary: chronostratigraphic compromise or non-overlapping magisteria?
    Frits Hilgen, Fritz Steininger, Lucas Lourens, Marie-Pierre Aubry, William A. Berggren, John Van Couvering, and Brian McGowran
  2. Numerical age calibration of the Albian/Cenomanian boundary
    Robert W. Scott, Franscisca E. Oboh-Ikuenobe, Don G. Benson, and John M. Holbrook
  3. Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the central Mediterranean Basin during the last 430,000 years
    Allesandro Incarbona, Enrico Di Stefano, and Sergio Bonomo
  4. Integrated Late Santonian-Early Campanian sequence stratigraphy, New Jersey Coastal Plain: Implications for global sea-level studies
    James D. Wright, Svetlana Mizintseva, James V. Browning, Kenneth G. Miller, and Richard K. Olsson
  5. Recognizing former flood-tide deltas in the Holocene stratigraphic record from the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA
    D. Reide Corbett, Christopher G. Smith, Stephen J. Culver, David J. Mallinson, and Stanley R. Riggs
  6. High-resolution hydro- and geo-stratigraphy at Atlantic Coastal Plain drillhole CR-622 (Strat 8)
    Beth M. Wrege and J. Jeffery Isely

Volume 5, No. 34

  1. Messinian salinity crisis revisited-II: New views of a vanished ocean
    Vinicio Manzi, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Stefano Lugli, and Marco Roveri
  2. Modeling the magnitude and timing of evaporative drawdown during the Messinian salinity crisis
    William B. F. Ryan
  3. Is there a Messinian unconformity in the Central Paratethys?
    Imre Magyar and Orsolya Sztano
  4. The Bajo Segura Basin (SE Spain): implications for the Messinian salinity crisis in the Mediterranean margins
    Carlos Lancis, Jose E. Tent-Manclus, Alfonso Yebenes, Jesus M. Soria, Jesus E. Caracuel, Hugo Corbi, and Jaume Dinares-Turell
  5. Foraminiferal record and astronomical cycles: An example from the Messinian pre-evaporitic Gello Composite Section (Tuscany, Italy)
    Francesca Donia, Rocco Gennari, Gianfranco Salvatorini, Fabio Sandrelli, Federica Riforgiato, Luca Maria Foresi, Mauro Aldinucci, and Robero Mazzei
  6. The Trave section (Monte dei Corvi, Ancona, Central Italy): an integrated paleontological study of the Messinian deposits
    Rocco Gennari, Francesco Grossi, Fabrizio Lirer, Vinicio Manzi, Elena Menichetti, Marianna Ricci Lucchi, Marco Taviani, Gioconda Sturiale, Lorenzo Angeletti, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Adele Bertini, Agata Di Stefano, and Luciana Ferraro
  7. The Messinian – Zanclean boundary in the Northern Apennine
    Paola Cipollari, Vinicio Manzi, Marco Roveri, Domenico Cosentino, Rocco Gennari, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Agata Di Stefano, and Gioconda Sturiale
  8. A high-resolution stratigraphic framework for the latest Messinian events in the Mediterranean area
    Rocco Gennari, Elsa Gliozzi, Francesco Grossi, Silvia Maria Iaccarino, Stefano Lugli, Vinicio Manzi, Marco Taviani, Marco Roveri, Adele Bertini, Domenico Cosentino, and Agata Di Stefano
  9. Microbial communities in Messinian evaporite deposits of the Vena del Gesso (northern Apennines, Italy)
    Marco Roveri, Giuliana Panieri, Stefano Lugli, Vinicio Manzi, and Katarzyna A. Palinska

Volume 4, No. 2-3

  1. Beyond the GSSP: New developments in chronostratigraphy
    Brian McGowran
  2. A history of chronostratigraphy
    Gian Battista Vai
  3. Status of the hierarchical subdivision of higher order marine Cenozoic chronostratigraphic units
    William A. Berggren
  4. Unresolved issues in Cenozoic chronostratigraphy
    Richard H. Fluegeman
  5. Chronostratigraphic terminology: Building on principles
    Marie-Pierre Aubry
  6. Chronostratigraphy beyond the GSSP
    Marie-Pierre Aubry
  7. The scale-dependence of strata-time relations: implications for stratigraphic classification
    Andrew Gale, John Powell, Colin Waters, Tiffanhy L. Barry, Paul R. Bown, Patrick Brenchley, David Cantrill, Philip Gibbard, F. John Greory, Robert Knox, John Marshall, Michael Oates, Jan Zalasiewicz, Peter Rawson, Alan Smith, Philip Stone, Mark Hounslow, Nigel Trewin, and Mark Williams
  8. Defining the Quaternary: Where do we go from here?
    Brad Pillans
  9. Miocene Central Paratethys stratigraphy – current status and future directions
    Werner E. Piller, Mathias Harzhauser, and Oleg Mandic
  10. The new Russian Stratigraphic Code and some problems of stratigraphic classification
    Yuri Gladenkov
  11. Stratigraphy: gateway to geohistory and biohistory
    Brian McGowran and Qianyu Li
  12. Stratigraphy into the 21st century
  13. Applications of quantitative biostratigraphy in chronostratigraphy and time scale construction
    József Pálfy
  14. Eo-Ulrichian to Neo-Ulrichian views: The renaissance of “layer-cake stratigraphy”
    Carlton E. Brett, Patrick I. McLauglin, and Gordon C. Baird
  15. Is there a role for sequence stratigraphy in chronostratigraphy?
    Nicholas Christie-Blick, Stephen F. Pekar, and Andrew S. Madof
  16. Astronomical tuning as the basis for high resolution chronostratigraphy: the intricate history of the Messinian Salinity Crisis
    Erwin van der Laan, Frits Hilgen, Klaudia Kuiper, Wout Krijgsman, and Eric Snel
  17. Cyclostratigraphy and the Astronomical Time Scale
    Linda A. Hinnov and James G. Ogg
  18. The future of the past: Geological time in the digital age
    John A. Van Couvering and James G. Ogg