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LELIÈVRE, P.G. AND GREY, M. 2017. JMorph: a digital tool for measuring fossils. Computers and Geosciences 105: 120–128.

PROKOP, J, PECHAROVÁ, M., NEL. A., GREY, M., AND HÖRNSCHEMEYER, T. 2017. A remarkable insect from the Pennsylvanian of the Joggins Formation in Nova Scotia, Canada: insights into unusual venation of Brodiidae and nymphs of Megasecoptera. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 15: 1051-1065.

BUHLER, P.B. AND GREY, M. 2016. Limulid burrowing traces at the Late Carboniferous Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ichnos (published online:

CARPENTER, D., FALCON-LANG, H., BENTON, M. and GREY, M. 2015. Early Pennsylvanian (Langsettian) fish assemblages from the Joggins Formation, Canada, and their implications for palaeoecology and palaeogeography. Palaeontology. DOI:10.1111/pala.12164

PRESCOTT, Z.M., STIMSON, M.R., DAFOE, L.T., GIBLING, M.R., MACRAE, R.A., CALDER, J.H. and HEBERT, B.L. 2015. Microbial mats and ichnofauna of a fluvial-tidal channel in the Lower Pennsylvanian Joggins Formation, Canada. Palaios 29: 624–645.

ZATON, M., GREY, M., VINN, O. 2014. Microconchid tubeworms (Class Tentaculita) from the Joggins Formation (Pennsylvanian), Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 51: 669–676.

RYGEL, M.C., SHELDON, E.P., STIMSON, M.R., CALDER, J.H., ASHLEY, K.T., and SALG, J.L. 2015. The Pennsylvanian Springhill Mines Formation: Sedimentological framework of a portion of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site. Atlantic Geology 50: 249–289.

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IELPI, A., GIBLING, M.R., BASHFORTH, A.R., LALLY, C., RYGEL, M.C., and AL-SILWADI, S. 2014. Role of vegetation in shaping Early Pennsylvanian braided rivers: Architecture of the Boss Point Formation. Sedimentology. (Published online, January 20, 2014)

CALDER, J. 2012. The Joggins Fossil Cliffs: Coal Age Galapagos. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, 96 p.

GREY, M., FINKEL, Z.V., PUFAHL, P.K., and REID, L.M. 2012. Evolutionary mode of the ostracod, Velatomorpha altilis, from the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lethaia 45: 615–623.

STIMSON, M., LUCAS, S. and MELANSON, G. 2012. The Smallest Known Tetrapod Footprints: Batrachichnus salamandroides from the Carboniferous of Joggins, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ichnos 19: 127–140.

GREY, M. and FINKEL, Z.V. 2011. The Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage site: a review of recent research. Atlantic Geology 47: 185–200. Taxonomy of Biodiversity found at Joggins (Species Table, 300 KB PDF)

GREY, M. and SKILLITER, D. 2011. Collections Management at the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site: A New Model? The Geological Curator 9: 273–278.

GREY, M., PUFAHL, P.K. and AZIZ, A.A. 2011. Using Multiple Environmental Proxies to Determine Degree of Marine Influence and Paleogeographical Position of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site. Palaios 26: 256–263.

QUANN, S.L., YOUNG, A.B., LAROQUE, C.P., FALCON-LANG, H.J., and GIBLING, M.R. 2010. Dendrochronological dating of coal mine workings at the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Nova Scotia, Canada. Atlantic Geology 46: 185–194.

FALCON-LANG, H.J., GIBLING, M.R. and GREY, M. 2010. Classic Localities Explained 4: Joggins, Nova Scotia. Geology Today 26: 108–114.

UTTING, J., GILES, P.S., and DOLBY, G. 2010. Palynostratigraphy of Mississippian and Pennsylvanian rocks, Joggins area, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Canada. Palynology 34: 43–89.

HOLMES, R.B. and CARROLL, R.L. 2010. An articulated embolomere skeleton (Amphibia: Anthracosauria) from the Lower Pennsylvanian (Bashkirian) of Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47: 209–219.

FALCON-LANG, H.J. 2009. The earliest history of coal mining and grindstone quarrying at Joggins, Nova Scotia and its implications for the meaning of the place-name “Joggins”. Atlantic Geology 45: 1–21.

KEIGHLEY, D., PARK, A., CALDER, J.H., WALDRON, J., FALCON-LANG, H.J., BENTON, M.J. 2008. Discussion on ecology of earliest reptiles inferred from basal Pennsylvanian trackways. Journal of the Geological Society, London 165 (5): 1113–1118.

Published: 2016-05-05