Volumes For Purchase

For the past 37 years the BYU Geology Studies has published results of geological research conducted by geology graduate students, faculty and other geologists. Publications printed after the year 2000 (Volumes 45 – 47) can be purchased from the department.  To obtain a copy, please contact the department’s main office.

Volume 45 – 2000

Utah’s First Allosaurus – Marsh’s “Megalosaurus” Specimen Rediscovered – Daniel J. Chure

An Ilium of a Juvenile Stokesosaurus (Dinosauria, Theropoda) from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic: Kimmeridgian), Meade County, South Dakota – John R. Foster and Daniel J. Chure

New Occurrences of Cteniogenys (Reptilia, Choristodera) in the Late Jurassic of Wyoming and South Dakota – John R. Foster and Kelli C. Trujillo

Last Evidence of Sauropod Dinosaurs (Saurischia: Sauropodomorpha) in the North American Mid-Cretaceous – W. Desmond Maxwell and Richard L. Cifelli

Some Pennsylvanian and Permian Sponges from Southwestern Oklahoma and North-Central Texas – .J. Keith Rigby and Royal H. Mapes

Late Famennian Wetheredella in Oncoids from Montana and Utah, U.S.A – .Joaquin Rodriguez and Raymond C. Gutschick

Volume 46 – 2001

The New Demosponges, Chaunactis olsoni and Haplistion nacoense, and Associated Sponges from the Pennsylvanian Naco Formation, Central Arizona – Kelly A. Dilliard and J. Keith Rigby

Taphonomy and Paleoecology of a Microvertebrate Assemblage from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) of the Black Hills, Crook County, Wyoming – New Lithostratigraphic Units in the Notch Peak and House

Formations (Cambrian-Ordovician), Ibes Area, Western Millard County, Utah – James F. Miller, Kevin R. Evans, James D. Loch, Raymond L. Ethington, and James H. Stitt

New Occurenece of Aulocopella winnipegensis Rauff, 1895, in Western Montana – J. Keith Rigby and Ernest Johnson

Geology of the Mc Rae Springs Quadrangle, McCone County, Northeastern Montana – J. Keith Rigby, C. Blair Linford, and J. Keith Rigby, Jr.

An Unusual Specimen of Allosaurus from Southeaster Utah – David K. Smith and Francis J. Lisak

Conodont and Fusulinid Biostratigraphy and History of the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian Keeler Basin, East-Central California – Calvin H. Stevens, Paul Stone, and Scott M. Ritter

The Crazy Hollow Formation (Eocene) of Central Utah – Malcolm P. Weiss and Kelly Norton Warner

Volume 47 – 2003

Shell Beds of the Kanosh and Lehman Formations of Western Utah: Paleoecological and Paleoenvironmental Interpretations – Diana L. Boyer and Mary L Droser

New specimens of Eilenodon (Reptilia, Sphenodontia) from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) of Colorado and Utah – John R. Foster

Stratigraphy of the Sauk III Interval (Cambrian-Ordovician) in the Ibex Area, Western Millard County, Utah and Central Texas – James F. Miller, Kevin R. Evans, James D. Loch, Raymond L. Ethington, James H. Stitt, Lars Holmer, and Leonid E. Popov

The Largest and Oldest Known Choia Hindei (Dawson), From The Middle Cambrian of the House Range, Western Utah – J. Keith Rigby and Val Gunther

Lower Oermian Sponges from the Coyote Butte Formation, Grindstone Terrane, Crook County, Oregon – J. Keith Rigby, Rex A. Hanger, and Ellen E. Strong

Juvenile Hexactinellid Sponges from the Middle Devonian Arkona Shale at Hungry Hollow, Southwestern Ontario – J. Keith Ribgy and Michael Topor

A Fossil Feather from the Oligocene of Central Mexico – Ruben A. Rodriguez-de La Rosa and Sergio R. S. Cevallos-Ferriz

Volume 48 – 2006

Big Rivers Worldwide – Part 1 Origins – Paul Edwin Potter and w. Kenneth Hamblin