Exceptional Cambrian Fossils from Utah: A Window Into the Age of Trilobites (MP 15-1)
By: Richard A. Robison, Loren E. Babcock, and Val G. GuntherFew places have a better fossil record of Cambrian life than Utah. In Exceptional Cambrian Fossils from UtahÃ‘A Window Into the Age of Trilobites, the authors present an exhaustive summary...
Paleontological survey of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Garfield and Kane Counties, Utah (SS-99)
By: J. R. Foster, A. L. Titus, G. F. Winterfeld, M. C. Hayden, and A. H. Hamblin Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument contains abundant fossil material in most formations within its borders. These formations range in age from Permian to Cretaceous....
Ceratosaurus (Dinosauria, Theropoda), a revised osteology (MP 00-2)
By: J. H. Madsen Jr. and S. P. Welles The Ceratosauria is modified to include two super families with one new subfamily. Two new species of Ceratosaurus are described, the first based on an articulated skeleton from the Fruita Paleontological...
Allosaurus fragilis: a revised osteology (B-109)
By: J. H. Madsen, Jr. Forty-nine years have elapsed since the initial collection of dinosaur remains by professional paleontologists from the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, during which time little descriptive work has been published on this extraordinary site. A massive accumulation...
Fossil environments in Utah (PI-93)
By: C. McCalla A colorful flyer showcasing some of the flora and fauna that flourished in Utah's ancient enivronments with simple maps, fossil photos, and text. Other Information: Published: 2009 Pages: 1 p. Location: Utah Media Type: Paper Publication
St. George dinosaur tracksite (PI-78)
By: UGS Staff The St. George Dinosaur Trackside, a world-class dinosaur trackside, was discovered in February 200 about one mile east of downtown St. George in southwestern Utah. This two-sided handout gives information about the ancient environment, how the tracks...
Vertebrate paleontology in Utah (MP 99-1)
By: D. D. Gillette, editor The 52 papers in this vary in content from summaries or state-of-knowledge treatments, to detailed contributions that describe new species. Although the distinction is subtle, the title (Vertebrate Paleontology in Utah) indicates the science of...
Mutituberculate mammals from the Wahweap (Campanian, Aquilan) and Kaiparowits (Campanian, Judithian) Formations within and near Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, southern Utah (MP 02-4)
By: I. G. Wong, W. J. Silva, S. S. Olig, P. Thomas, D. Wright, F. X. Ashland, and N. Gregor Multituberculate mammals from the Campanian Kaiparowits Formation of southern Utah include: two new species of Mesodma and a possible third...
A preliminary assessment of paleontological resources within the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah (C-96)
By: D. D. Gillette and M. C. Hayden The purpose of this report is to provide a preliminary inventory of the paleontological resources within the newly created Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument for two principal reasons. First, in establishing the monument,...
Late Mississippian (Arnsbergian Stage E2 Chronozone) ammonoid paleontology and biostratigraphy of the Antler foreland basin, California, Nevada, and Utah (B-131)
By: A. L. Titus One of the most important functions of paleontology in the earth sciences is time correlation of rock strata using taxonomic analysis of fossils in different regions. Comparisons of certain speciesâ€™ similarities between regions frequently allows for...
Late Quaternary paleoecology in the Bonneville basin (B-130)
By: D. B. Madsen The work reported here is part of an extended study of paleoenvironmental change and human adaptation in the deserts of western Utah. This research, involving both archaeological excavations and the recovery of strictly paleoecological materials, is...
Lower Carboniferous echinoderms from northern Utah and western Wyoming (B-128)
By: G. D. Webster An abundance of crinoid ossicles was noted in the early reports of Lower Carboniferous strata of northern Utah and southeastern Idaho. Articulated crinoid cups and crowns, however, were not reported. Collections of the past 50 years...