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AASP Data Committee, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists (this web site is made available by the Department of Geology at the University of Toronto): Palydisks. Downloadable collection of palynology files. Includes bibliographies, pollen diagrams, statistics, and various related programs. The Palydisks are in the "public domain" available for exchange, with explicit acknowledgement of the original author.

Anna-Lena Anderberg, Department of Palaeobotany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: Rhaetian and Jurassic plants of Scania. This database includes the Rhaetian and Jurassic plant fossils from Scania, southern Sweden, housed in the Stockholm collections. Go to: Specimens by publication. A reference list.

Henry N. Andrews (1955): Index of generic names of fossil plants, 1820-1950, based on the Compendium index of paleobotany of the US Geological Survey. Provided by Google books. Also available in PDF.

Nan Crystal Arens, C. Strömberg and A. Thompson, Department of Integrative Biology, and Paleobotany Section, Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California at Berkeley: Virtual Paleobotany, Laboratory III, Plant Fossils and Their Preservation, Read More About It! A bibliography.

Sidney Ash (1989): A catalog of Upper Triassic plant megafossils of the western United States through 1988. A catalog (PDF file) of the Upper Triassic genera and species of plant megafossils that have been described from the western Unted States through 1988 is presented together with a list of the pertinent references.

Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Canadian Association of Palynologists (CAP): Resources for the Identification of Plant Macroremains. A bibliography about the identification of seeds and fruits. From CAP Newsletter 23(2):7-11, 2000.

K.D. Bennett, Quaternary Geology, Institute of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University: INQUA Sub-Commission on Data-Handling Methods, INQUA File Boutique. Bibliographic data of numerical methods, (e.g. in pollen analysis), data-handling methods newsletters, pollen and microfossil plotting programs and other data files. There is also a mirror site in Wisconsin, administered by Lou Maher.

Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany (BSIP): Palaeobotanical Repository.

Paleobotanical Section, Botanical Society of America: Online Bibliography of American Paleobotany. Go to:
! 2007 (PDF file).
2001 (PDF file).
2000.
1995.
1994.
1993.

Stephen P. Broker, Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: The Evolution of Plants, Bibliographies and Classroom Materials - Teacher Bibliography.

Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris: Adolphe Brongniart (in French). Including A. Brongniart´s bibliography.

Library to the Liberty Hyde Bailey Hortorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: The Harlan Banks Palaeobotany Library. Books donated by Dr. Banks. An extensive list.

Owen Davis, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson: PALYNOLOGY REFERENCES, and Pollen and Spore Identification Literature.

Dissertationen Online (IuK-Kommission der deutschen wissenschaftlichen Fachgesellschaften): Quellensammlung zu "Dissertationen Online". In German.

Rob Fensome, Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic), Andrew MacRae, and Graham Williams, Dinoflagellate Classification Database (DINOFLAJ): Bibliographical references.

GeoDolomiti: Selected papers of the Triassic of Europe. A selected list of papers and books on Middle Triassic plants of Europe.

Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences, Valdosta State University: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, Bibliography of Dendrochronology.

Huayu Nature Book Trade Co. Ltd., Beijing, P.R.China: Paleobotany and Palynology, and Paleontology. A great place to look.

! Hans Kerp, Palaeobotanical Research Group, Münster, Westfälische Wilhelms University, Münster: Some recent palaeobotanical text books. This web page provides a selection of palaeobotanical text books published during the last years. With some helpful comments.

! Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature. Search across Kew´s three major bibliographic databases in one go. Excellent!

! Evelyn Kustatscher, Museum of Nature, South Tyrol, Bozen: Selected papers of the Triassic of Europe Li Chengsen and Cui Jinzhong (Editors): Atlas of Fossil Plant Anatomy in China. Book announcement.

Richard Lupia, Palaeontologia Electronica: The Jurassic Flora of Yorkshire. by J.H.A. van Konijnenburg-van Cittert and H.S. Morgans. Book review.

Joyce Macpherson, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland (Canadian Association of Palynologists): Picea Stomata in Lake Sediments. A bibliography.

G.L. Mullins, phytoPal project, Department of Geology, University of Leicester: The phytoPal Reference Database. PDF file, Proterozoic and Palaeozoic phytoplankton bibliography (contributions by R. J. Aldridge, K. J. Dorning and M. Vecoli).

! The New York Botanical Garden: Index to American Botanical Literature. Select a category from the list below, e.g. paleobotany. You may leave boxes blank, or use partial spellings by leaving off ends of words (for example, bryo will return all records containing the words bryophyte, bryology or Bryocrumia; no wildcard needed). The keywords in the keywords field need to be separated with commas. Excellent!

Kathleen B. Pigg, Department of Plant Biology, Arizona State University, Tempe: Triassic Floras-and Glossopterid History. A bibliography.

PitBossAnnie.Com, Geology - What's Been Published. A bibliography. Go to: Listed by reference phrase. Scroll down to "Paleobotany".

! Christian Pott, Forschungsstelle für Paläobotanik, Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany: Lunz - a famous flora. Triassic (Carnian) macroplant remains from Austria (website still under construction). Go to: Literature concerning the Lunz flora and adjacent aspects. An extensive bibliography.

Project Exploration. Project Exploration is a nonprofit science education organization that makes science accessible to the public—especially minority youth and girls—through personalized experiences with scientists and science. Go to: Books and Bibliographies, Botany & Paleobotany.

Ronny Rößler, Museum of Natural History, Chemnitz: Der versteinerte Wald von Chemnitz. (Book announcement (in German).

Gar W. Rothwell, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University, Athens: Angiophytes: Using Whole Plant Concepts to Interpret Angiosperm Origins, Selected Literature.

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Plant Micromorphology Bibliographic Database. A database of references relevant to the anatomy and pollen/spore morphology of flowering plants, gymnosperms and ferns. Free of charge. Registration gives access to a much larger number of references. There is a search option looking for palaeobotany!

Ruth A. Stockey, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton: Paleobotany of Angiosperm Origins. Go to: Course Outline. Chiefly bibliographies and weblinks, e.g.:
Preservation Types and Paleobotanical Techniques,
General Paleobotanical Literature for Background Reading, or
Bibliography for Angiosperm Origins.

R.A. Stockey, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton: Triassic Floras-and Glossopterid History. A bibliography, compiled by K.B. Pigg. Part of the "Paleobotany of Angiosperm Origins Course".

The Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: Triassic and Jurassic plants of Scania. Go to: Literature.

! Edith L. Taylor & Vents Ivanov, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Division of Paleobotany, Kansas University Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center (KUNHM/BRC), Lawrence: Bibliography of Paleobotany. More than 63,000 references! A small proportion of the entries have been indexed for keywords. Excellent!

! Kathy Willis, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, & Jenny McElwain, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago (Oxford University Press): The Evolution of Plants. Book announcement. Go to: PowerPoint illustrations. Illustrations from the book in PowerPoint format. See also: Biome maps. Downloadable full-color images from the book.











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Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Canadian Association of Palynologists (CAP): Resources for the Identification of Plant Macroremains. A bibliography about the identification of seeds and fruits. From CAP Newsletter 23(2):7-11, 2000.

Mark Brundrett , CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products: Books and cited references.

! William R. Buck, Kevin E. Indoe and Thomas A. Zanoni, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden: Index to American Botanical Literature. The Index contains entries dealing with various aspects of extant and fossil American plants and fungi, including systematics and floristics, morphology, and ecology, as well as economic botany and general botany (publications dealing with botanists, herbaria, etc.). Search the Database. The keywords in the keywords field need to be separated with commas. Please note the palaeobotany category field. Excellent!

! Michel Desfayes, Fully, Switzerland ("the irrepressible compiler"):
Plant names in English dialects. A compilation of plant names published in Wright´s English dialect dictionary.
Bibliography of Isoetes. Including fossil species.

Dissertationen Online (IuK-Kommission der deutschen wissenschaftlichen Fachgesellschaften): Quellensammlung zu "Dissertationen Online". In German.

The Environmental Studies Institute of the International Academy at Santa Barbara: Environmental Periodicals Bibliography. A list of periodicals. The complete database includes more than 1,000 journals. Nearly 500 are indexed currently.

Rob Fensome, Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic), Andrew MacRae, and Graham Williams, Dinoflagellate Classification Database (DINOFLAJ): Bibliographical references.

Vicki Funk, U.S. National Herbarium, Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; & Michael Donoghue, University Herbaria, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: Cladistic Literature. A list of cladistic references.

Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences, Valdosta State University: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, Bibliography of Dendrochronology.

International Plant Names Index (IPNI). IPNI is a database of the names and associated basic bibliographical details of all seed plants. Its goal is to eliminate the need for repeated reference to primary sources for basic bibliographic information about plant names.

Keith Karoly, Biology Department, Reed College, Portland, OR: Contemporary Topics in Biology - Molecular Genetic Analysis of Plant Evolution. A reading list.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew:
! Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature. The Kew Bibliographic Databases is a combined searching tool giving you access to three bibliographic databases in one go: KR - The Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature, PMBD - the Plant Micromorphological Bibliographic Database and EBBD - the Economic Botany Bibliographic Database. See also:
electronic Plant Information Centre (ePIC). ePIC is a major project to bring together all of Kew´s digitised information about plants and make it easier to search. You can use it to pinpoint information of interest in our varied collections, bibliographies, nomenclators and checklists, publications and taxonomic works, as well as links to information resources provided by external organisations.

A collaboration between The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Harvard University Herbaria, and the Australian National Herbarium:
! The International Plant Names Index (IPNI). IPNI is a database of the names and associated basic bibliographical details of all seed plants, ferns and fern allies. Its goal is to eliminate the need for repeated reference to primary sources for basic bibliographic information about plant names. The data are freely available and are gradually being standardized and checked. Excellent!

John A. Knouse, Athens, Ohio: Ferns and Fern Allies. See also: Fern Book Bibliography. Periodicals and books dedicated to pteridology.

Libraries Unlimited (the Greenwood Publishing Group): Guide to Reference and Information Sources in Plant Biology. This Web site contains the URLs and annotations for all Web-accessible resources listed in the third edition of this book, published in December 2005. The guide lists and annotates nearly 1,000 books, journals, and Web sites. The Web sites have been chosen using the same criteria as the print material, namely that they are important, authoritative, have authors or sponsors with good credentials, and seem likely to remain available in the future. Go to: Plant Evolution and Paleobotany.

University of London External System, London, UK (This is is a division of the University of London that grants external degrees: Study in Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences (EMFSS), Biogeography. Go to: Extended reading list (PDF file).

R. Makinson, ANBG (Australian National Botanic Gardens): Plant Identification Bibliography.

The National Agricultural Library, U.S. Department of Agriculture: Bibliographies and Resource Guides Related to Agricultural Biotechnology. An index of internet accessable bibliographies.

The New York Botanical Garden: Index to American Botanical Literature. Select a category from the list below, e.g. paleobotany. You may leave boxes blank, or use partial spellings by leaving off ends of words (for example, bryo will return all records containing the words bryophyte, bryology or Bryocrumia; no wildcard needed). The keywords in the keywords field need to be separated with commas. Excellent!

! Daniel L. Nickrent, Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale: Useful References for Plant Systematics and Evolution. References about plant systematics and evolution, including classification methods, phenetics, cladistics, maximum likelihood, and plant molecular phylogeny and molecular evolution. See also: Elements of Plant Systematics References.

Dan Nickrent and Karen Renzaglia, Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale: Land Plants Online, Basal Land Plant References. A bibliography.

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA: Isoetes. Including the Bibliography of Isoetes.

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: The Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature. This is a database of references relevant to the taxonomy of flowering plants, gymnosperms and ferns. There is no charge for using the database and you may carry out a simple search, retrieving a limited number of references, without registering.

Mark A. Schneegurt, Department of Biological Sciences, Wichita State University: Cyanosite, CyBib v4. CyBib is a bibliographic database exclusively for scientific literature about cyanobacteria (blue-green algae). It contains over 11,300 references and can be imported into reference managing programs on any platform.

Diane Schmidt, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: International Field Guides, A Web Supplement to A Guide to Field Guides by Diane Schmidt. A bibliography of field guides, arranged by type of organism and region covered.

! Charles H. Smith, University Libraries, Western Kentucky University: Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: To 1950. This service consists of a bibliography "enhanced" in several ways, including links to Web-based biographical information on the authors involved, and the full-text (as collected in several ways) of many of the entries. All items in the bibliography are primary sources and were published in 1950 or before. The subjects involved touch on fields ranging from ecology, conservation, systematics and physical geography, to evolutionary biology, cultural biogeography, paleobiology, and bioclimatology. The coverage of this database has now been extended through a sister site entitled "Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: 1951-1975".

Angelo Troia, Laboratorio Fisiologia Vegetale e Micropropagazione, Dipartimento di Scienze Botaniche dell'Universita' degli Studi di Palermo: The Isoëtes Page. A bibliography.

Wageningen Agricultural University and the Agricultural Research Department DLO, Netherlands: AGRALIN Desktop Library. The "Agricultural Bibliographic Information System of the Netherlands" (AGRALIN) provides access to biological, botanical, agricultural, and environmental databases, some with free access. Find a relevant bibliography, go to: >Guide, >find a relevant bibliography, Plant sciences.

Eric W. Weisstein, Eric's Scientific Book List. A database of books in scientific and technical fields. Geology, Biology, and Evolution.

Wm. J. Woelkerling, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia: The Corallinales (Rhodophyta): A Catalogue of References. This bibliography (version 2.0) contains over 3500 references to published works on the coralline red algae.












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Albertiana (website now avaialble on SUNY Cortland´s webserver, still edited by Wolfram Kuerschner, Oslo). Albertiana is the official journal of the Subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy. Its primary aim is to promote the interdisciplinary collaboration and understanding among the members of the IUGS Subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy. E-Albertiana is formated in Adobe Portable document format (PDF), issues are available for download. See also:
! Geobiology.cn: Albertiana (PDF files). Scans of the rare early volumes of Albertiana. Excellent!

Library, University of Barcelona: BIGPI Bibliografia de Geologia de la Penìnsula Ibéria. Go to Subject Descriptors, Search for Paleobotany.

W.D. Boyce and S.H. Williams, 1995 (In Current Research, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, Report 95-1, pages 299-321): One and a half centuries of paleontological research: a selective bibliography of Newfoundland and Labrador fossils. The paleonet Paleontology Bibliography of Newfoundland and Labrador. Version 1.0.2 (June 17, 1999), available by ftp from zeppo.geosurv.gov.nf.ca. The new version is located in the pub/paleontology directory as PAL-B102.ZIP. The bibliography, PAL-B102.RTF, is in Rich Text Format.

Gary R. Ciszewski, (GNSharkFan), North Tonawanda, NY: Stratigraphy Pathfinder. Bibliographic clues and online resources.

Ezequiel A. Di Paolo, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex Brighton, UK: Artificial Life Bibliography of On-line Publications. This is a list of on-line publications actually related to the field of artificial Life. Most of the papers listed here have been or will be published in some form. On-line versions may often differ from printed versions. Go to: Evolutionary Biology.

Dissertationen Online (IuK-Kommission der deutschen wissenschaftlichen Fachgesellschaften): Quellensammlung zu "Dissertationen Online". In German.

Earth Sciences Information Centre (ESIC), formerly Canadian Geoscience Information Centre and Geomatics Information Centre: GEOSCAN GEOSCAN is a bibliographic database of predominantly GSC publications containing over 40 000 bibliographic records concerning the Canadian landmass and offshore regions.

Michael Fastnacht, Institut für Geowissenschaften, LE Paläontologie, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz: Taphonomy. A bibliography.

Vicki Funk, U.S. National Herbarium, Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; & Michael Donoghue, University Herbaria, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: Cladistic Literature. A list of cladistic references.

Gleumes & Co, Cologne, Germany: Gleumes Geowissenschaften. Mainly German language books. See also The Gleumes Search Engine for Books (in German).

Brian Helmuth, prepared for ASTR597 / OCEAN 539C, Planets and Life: Life in Extreme Environments. Annotated bibliography.

HotReference.com (Physics Institute, University of Sao Paulo at Sao Carlos, Brazil). The HotReference.com consists in a new way of evaluation, where scientific papers can be considered for many people who are interested in the same research. It is both a personal bibliographic manager with access to a public reference database and a forum for the academic community intended to criticize published scientific works. For proper use it is necessary to be logged in.

Huayu Nature Book Trade Co. Ltd., Beijing, P.R.China: Paleobotany and Palynology, and Paleontology. A great place to look.

! Harald Immel, Institut für Paläontologie und Historische Geologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (Paläontologische Gesellschaft): Literaturempfehlungen zur "Allgemeinen Paläontologie", and Literaturempfehlungen zur "Historischen Geologie". Textbook recommendations, in German.

Audrey Johnson, University of Michigan: The case of the Permian Extinction, Sources. A bibliography about the Permian/Triassic extinction.

Arnold Kluge, The International Willi Hennig Society: Phylogenetic Literature Database.

Marcos A. Lamolda, Facultad de Ciencias-UPV, Lejona, Spain: Palatina. References of papers published in: Revista española de Paleontología and in Revista de la Sociedad Mexicana de Paleontología. Abstracts available. In Spain.

Martin R. Leipzig, Coastline Exploration, Inc., Houston, and Wesley R. Elsberry, Galveston: A Keyword-Indexed Origins Bibliography. The contents of this updated archive are part of an extensive 15,044 keyword indexed bibliography assembled and maintained by Martin R. Leipzig (pertaining to the Creation/Evolution debate).

Don Lindsay, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder: Does Science Know How Fossils Form?. A brief taphonomy bibliography.

University of London External System, London, UK (This is is a division of the University of London that grants external degrees: Study in Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences (EMFSS), Biogeography. Go to: Extended reading list (PDF file).

Peter Lourie, Matrix Learning Inc.: RiverResource. At RiverResource you won't find the facts, but rather the connections to facts, books, and people studying rivers. Bibliography of RiverBooks.

Micropaleontology Press at the American Museum of Natural History: Bibliography and Index of Micropaleontology. Volume 28, Number 4, April 1999

Jack D. Mount, The University of Arizona Library: PALEONTOLOGY: SOURCES FOR RESEARCH

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tokyo, Japan: GEOLIS Geological Literature Search. GEOLIS is a bibliographic database on earth sciences. It covers literature about Japan and its adjacent sea area, written by Japanese authors or published in Japan.

Caroline Northwood and Susan Evans, Evolutionary Anatomy Unit, Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, University College London: Early Triassic World. The aim of these web pages is to present clear, concise, up-to-date, and detailed information about Early Triassic deposits and localities. Go to: Bibliography.

! RIO-DB (Research Information Database), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan (published from TACC (Tsukuba Advanced Computing Center): RIO-DB is a multimedia database concerning various research information. It aims to contribute to creation and promotion of new business from academic society to industrial community by spreading around the research information via internet. Go to: Geological Literature (about Japan and its adjacent sea area or paper written by Japanese authors). A bibliographic database on earth sciences, compiled by the Library of the Geological Survey of Japan.

Science Books: What's New. Titles, reviews, forthcoming.

Charles H. Smith, University Libraries, Western Kentucky University: Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: To 1950. This service consists of a bibliography "enhanced" in several ways, including links to Web-based biographical information on the authors involved, and the full-text (as collected in several ways) of many of the entries. All items in the bibliography are primary sources and were published in 1950 or before. The subjects involved touch on fields ranging from ecology, conservation, systematics and physical geography, to evolutionary biology, cultural biogeography, paleobiology, and bioclimatology.

John Stear, The Evolution Education Site Ring, Australia (SiteRing by Bravenet.com): A Paleosol Bibliography.

! Subkommission für Perm-Trias-Stratigraphie (SKPT) der Deutschen Stratigraphischen Kommission (in German). Go to: Publikationen 2001 - 2006.

Texas Tech University Libraries: Playa Lake Bibliography of Geology.

Eric W. Weisstein, Eric's Scientific Book List. A database of books in scientific and technical fields. Geology, Biology, and Evolution.

Ronald G. Wolff, Department of Zoology, University of Florida: Environments of Extinction, an undergraduate seminar course about the major extinctions of life in Earth's history. Go to: Some References on Extinction (PDF), and Science & Nature References to January 2002 (PDF).

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HotReference.com (Physics Institute, University of Sao Paulo at Sao Carlos, Brazil). The HotReference.com consists in a new way of evaluation, where scientific papers can be considered for many people who are interested in the same research. It is both a personal bibliographic manager with access to a public reference database and a forum for the academic community intended to criticize published scientific works. For proper use it is necessary to be logged in.

Hartmut Steuber, Jörg Pasch and Johan Spee, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf: LiteRat. A downloadable reference administration program for scientists. It´s freeware! In German.

Richard Tyson, Fossil Fuels and Environmental Geochemistry, Newcastle Research Group (NRG), Newcastle: Workshop on Referencing and Construction of Bibliographies. PDF file.










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