Volume Listing Special Papers
Volume 19 For 1997
Volume 19 Number 1 - 2
BRIAN DALEY Palaeogene sections in the Isle of Wight. A revision of their description and significance in the light of research undertaken over recent decades.
Date of publication
Volume 19 Number 3 - 4
. A new shortbilled marlin of the genus
Makaira, from the Yorktown Formation (Early Pliocene), eastern North Carolina at Lee Creek Mine, USA
HARRY L. FIERSTINE
JIM BOURDON. A Fossil Manta from the Early Pliocene (Zanclean) of North America.
JULIA J. DAY. A new species of labrid fish (Teleostei: Percoidei) from the Early Miocene of Northern Cape Province, South Africa.
DAVID A. BONE. The London Clay Formation (Early Eocene) at Southleigh Landfill Site, near Emsworth, Hampshire (with a note on Lidsey Landfill Site, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex).
M. TELLES ANTUNES, AUSENDA CÁCERES BALBINO & HENRI CAPPETTA. A new shark,
Galeorhinus goncalvesi nov. sp. (Triakidae, Carcharhiniformes) from the latest Miocene of Portugal.
ROLAND GOLDRING & JUMAAN A. ALGHAMDI The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Reading Formation (Palaeocene to Eocene) at Knowl Hill, near Reading (southern England).
JOHN F. POTTER. The geology of London Basin churches: the Palaeogene rocks.
Date of publication 30th May 1999