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Volume 19 For 1997

Volume 19 Number 1 - 2

  1. 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.

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Volume 19 Number 3 - 4

  1. HARRY L. FIERSTINE. A new shortbilled marlin of the genus Makaira, from the Yorktown Formation (Early Pliocene), eastern North Carolina at Lee Creek Mine, USA

  2. JIM BOURDON. A Fossil Manta from the Early Pliocene (Zanclean) of North America.

  3. JULIA J. DAY. A new species of labrid fish (Teleostei: Percoidei) from the Early Miocene of Northern Cape Province, South Africa.

  4. 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).

  5. M. TELLES ANTUNES, AUSENDA CÁCERES BALBINO & HENRI CAPPETTA. A new shark, Galeorhinus goncalvesi nov. sp. (Triakidae, Carcharhiniformes) from the latest Miocene of Portugal.

  6. ROLAND GOLDRING & JUMAAN A. ALGHAMDI The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Reading Formation (Palaeocene to Eocene) at Knowl Hill, near Reading (southern England).

  7. JOHN F. POTTER. The geology of London Basin churches: the Palaeogene rocks.

Date of publication 30th May 1999