James Cook University, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Register of Fossil Localities, 1962 to 2005.

Collections of fossils largely from North Queensland made by staff and students at James Cook University, 1962 to 2005. Now housed at Queensland Museum, Brisbane. There are 945 collections by location in this catalogue.

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    Data record related to this publication James Cook University, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Register of Fossil Localities, 1962 to 2005.
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    Collections of fossils largely from North Queensland made by staff and students at James Cook University, 1962 to 2005. Now housed at Queensland Museum, Brisbane. There are 945 collections by location in this catalogue.

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      The following is a list of publications related to the fossil collections in the James Cook University, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Register of Fossil Localities, 1962 to 2005. Henderson, R.A., 1976. Upper Cambrian (Idamean) trilobites from western Queensland, Australia. Palaeontology 19, 325-364. Arnold, G.O. and Henderson, R.A., 1976. Lower Palaeozoic history of the south-western Broken River Province, north Queensland. Journal of the Geological Society of Australia 23, 73-93. Rowell, A.J. and Henderson, R.A., 1978. New genera of acrotretids from the Cambrian of Australia and the United States. University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions 93, 1-12. Lane, P.D. and Thomas, A.T. 1978. Silurian fossils from north east Queensland and the classification of effaced trilobites. Geological Magazine 115, 351-358. Henderson, R.A. and McKinnon, D.I., 1981. New Cambrian inarticulate Brachiopoda from Australasia and the age of the Tasman Formation. Alcheringa 5, 289-309. Henderson, R.A., 1983. Early Ordovician (Tremodoc - Arenig) faunas from the Mount Windsor Subprovince, northeastern Australia. Memoirs of the Australasian Association of Palaeontologists 1, 145-173. Henderson, R.A., 1986. Geology of the Mount Windsor Subprovince - a Lower Palaeozoic volcano-sedimentary terrain in the northern Tasman Orogenic Zone. Australian Journal of Earth Science 33, 343-364. Henderson, R.A., 1990. Late Albian ammonites from the Northern Territory, Australia. Alcheringa 14, 109-148. Cook, A.G. 1993. Two bivalves from the Middle Devonian Burdekin Formation, north Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 33, 49-53. Cook, A.G. 1993. Fletcherviewia sepata: a new high-spired, septate gastropod from the Devonian of north Queensland. Journal of Paleontology 67, 816-821. Cook, A.G. 1998. Stromatoporoid palaeoecology and systematic of the Midle Devonian Fanning River Group, north Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 43, 463-551. Fergusson, C.L., Henderson, R.A. and Wright, J.V. 1994. Facies in a Devonian-Carboniferous volcanic forearc succession, Campwyn Volcanics, Mackay district, central Queensland. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 41, 287-300. Henderson, R.A., Davis, B.K. and Cook, A.G. 1995. Sedgeford Formation, a new Middle Devonian cratonic sequence from central Queensland and its regional significance. Australian Journal of Earth Science 42, 437-444. Cook, A.G. 1997. Gastropods from the Burdekin Formation, Middle Devonian, north Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 42, 37-49. Cook, A.G. 1997. A review of the gastropods Burdekinia Knight 1937 and Amphelissa Etheridge 1921. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 42, 51-54. Stilwell, J.D. and Henderson, R.A. 2002. Paleobiology of a rare Cenomanian molluscan faunule from Bathurst Island, northern Australia. Journal of Palaeontology 76, 447-471. Henderson, R.A. and Dann, A.L. 2010. Substrate control of benthos in a Middle Cambran near-shore epeiric palaeoenvironmental setting. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 292, 474-487.

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    • 040308 - Palaeontology (incl. Palynology) (040308)
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    • 970104 - Expanding Knowledge in the Earth Sciences (970104)
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  • Start Date 1962/01/01
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    Physical Location Professor Bob Henderson, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University Townsville QLD 4811, email: bob.henderson@jcu.edu.au
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    Citation Henderson, Bob (2011): James Cook University, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Register of Fossil Localities, 1962 to 2005.. James Cook University.