Documents and Resources

This page lists the resources that have been uploaded for the Society's use by various authors.  Just click the link below to see the resource listed.


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Date  Title  Author Size of Doc Description 
 8/25/15  Geology and Paleontology of the North Sulphur River rev3.pptx     Tom Dill 34 MGThese informative presentations were given at Ladonia, and to the Dallas Paleontological Society respectively, by Tom Dill, Geologist.  Tom is a respected member of the Dallas Paleontological Society, and holds a BS in Geology from University of Nebraska, and a Masters degree in Geology from Oregon State University.
 8/25/15  Why is NSR such a good fossil locality.pptx  Tom Dill 19 MG These informative presentations were given at Ladonia, and to the Dallas Paleontological Society respectively, by Tom Dill, Geologist.  Tom is a respected member of the Dallas Paleontological Society, and holds a BS in Geology from University of Nebraska, and a Masters degree in Geology from Oregon State University.
 12/26/15  Guide To The Mineral Wells Fossil Park  Lisa Moran 1.2 MGThis is a guide to the park with pictures of fossils from the park and an explanation of the geological history of the area.  By Lisa Moran.
 3/25/16  Fossilmania Application  Roger Farish 14KB Application for vendors for Fossilmania 2016.
 8/2/16  Texas Cretaceous Echinoids  Bill Morgan 46Mb Presentation by William Morgan, Texas Cretaceous Echinoids 
 8/10/16  What is a Crinoid?  Bob Williams 6.6Mg Presentation By Bob Williams, 'What is a Crinoid?" presented on 8/10/16 at the Dallas Paleo Society meeting.
 11/17/16  Facies and fauna of the Buckhorn Asphalt Quarry  Dr. Barbara Suess 5.5Mg Facies and fauna of the Pennsylvanian Buckhorn Asphalt Quarry deposit: a review and new data on an important Palaeozoic fossil Lagerstatte with aragonite preservation.
2/6/19

Occasional Papers V1


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5.12MgThe very first Occasional Papers, Volume 1 written by nine of the original members Dallas Paleontological Society in 1985.  Available for download.
 2/6/19

Stratigraphic

   Map (A)

 Jim Flis  Stratigraphic cross section of Denton to Bridgeport (A) for local science teachers and for members of our Society. 
 2/6/19  Stratigraphic     Map  (B)  Jim Flis   Stratigraphic cross section Jacksboro to Bridgeport (B)
 6/00/99 Field Guide to Fossils of Texas  Charles Finsley  

Reference only. There is no link to this book. Please find your own source. Release Date: June 1999. This is the most recent edition. Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing

 12/31/15 Color Guide to Pennsylvanian Fossils of North Texas Mark McKinzie and John McLeod  Reference only. There is no link to this book. Please find your own source.
Various publication dates. 

Texas Cretaceous Ammonites and Nautiloids

Texas Pennsylvanian Brachiopods

Texas Cretaceous Bivalves

Texas Cretaceous Echinoids

Texas Cretaceous Gastropods

Middle Eocene Claiborne Invertebrate Fossils

Various authors  

Houston Gem & Mineral Society (HG&MS)
These books use illustrations, not photographs.  Copies are available in print (hardcopy book), digital download, or both. The HG&MS offers a discount on a bundle purchase. 

https://hgms.org/publications/paleo-books/


 June 2016 Collector's Guide to Texas Cretaceous Echinoids  William "Bill" Morgan  Reference only. There is no link to this book. Please find your own source.
        
        
        
        
        

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