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Bertrand-Sarfati, J., 1976, An attempt to classify Late Precambrian stromatolite microstructure, in Walter, M. R., ed., Stromatolites: Amsterdam, Elsevier, p. 251-259.

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Birdsell, J. B., 1975, Human Evolution: Chicago, Ill., Rand McNally College Publishing Co., 546 p.

Black, R. M., 1973, The Elements of Paleontology: London, Cambridge University Press.

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Brooke, C. E. P., 1949, Climate Through the Ages: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 395 p.

Brouwer, A., 1967, General Paleontology: Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press, 216 p.

Cartmill, M., Pilbeam, D., and Isaac, G., 1986, One hundred years of paleoanthropology: American Scientist, v. 74, p. 410-420.

Chaney, R. W., 1949, Evolutionary trends in the angiosperms, in Jepsen, G. L., Simpson, G. G., and Mayr, E., eds., Genetics, Paleontology and Evolution: Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press, p. 190-201; 474 p.

Charig, A. J., Greenaway, F., Milner, A. C., Walker, C. A., and Whybrow, P. J., 1986, Archeopteryx is Not a Forgery: Science, v. 232, p. 622-626.

Clark, D. L., 1968, Fossils, Paleontology and Evolution: Dubuque, Iowa, Brown, 130 p.

Cloud, P. E., 1973, Possible stratotype sequences for the basal Paleozoic in North America: American Journal of Science, v. 273, p. 193-206.

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Conway Morris, S., 1986, The community structure of the Middle Cambrian phyllopod bed (Burgess Shale): Palaeontology, v. 29, p. 423-467.

Conway Morris, S., and Whittington, H. B., 1979, The animals of the Burgess Shale: Scientific American, v. 240 (January), no. 1, p. 122-133.

Cracraft, J., 1984, The Significance of the Data of Systematics and Paleontology for the Evolution-Creation Controversy, in Awbery, F. T., and Thwaites, W. M., eds., Evolutionists Confront Creationists: San Francisco, Ca., American Association for the Advancement of Science, v. 1, Part 3, p. 189- 205; Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division.

Croll, J., 1975, Climate and Time in Their Geologic Relationships. A Theory of Secular Changes of the Earth's Climate: London, Daldy, Isbister and Co., 577 p.

Crowley, T. J. et al., 1986, Role of seasonality in the evolution of climate during the last 100 million years: Science, v. 231, p. 579-584.

Cuffey, R. J., 1984, Paleontologic Evidence and Organic Evolution, in Montagu, A., ed., Science and Creationism: New York, Oxford University Press, p. 255-281.

Dansgaard, W., Johnsen, S. J., Clausen, H. B., and Langway, C. C. J., 1971, Climatic Record Revealed by the Camp Century Ice Core, in Turekian, K. K., ed., The Late Cenozoic Glacial Ages: New Haven, Yale University Press, p. 37-56.

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Elais, M. K., 1937, Stratigraphic significance of some Late Paleozoic fenestrate bryozoans: Journal of Paleontology, v. 11, p. 306-334.

Eldredge, N., 1971, The allopatric model and phylogeny of Paleozoic invertebrates: Evolution, v. 25, p. 156-167.

Elias, M. K., 1942, Tertiary prairie grasses and other herbs from the High Plains, 41 of Geological Society of America, Special Paper: p. 1-176.

Ericson, D. B., and Wollin, G., 1968, Pleistocene climates and chronology in deep-sea sediments: Science, v. 162, p. 1227-1234.

Erwin, D. H., Valentine, J. W., and Sepkoski, J. J., 1987, A comparative study of diversification events: The early Paleozoic versus the Mesozoic: Evolution, v. 141, p. 1177-1186.

Farlow, J. O., 1989, Paleobiology of the Dinosaurs, 238 of GSA Special Paper: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America, 100 p.; Based on a Meeting, Waco, Tx., March, 1987.

Fedonkin, M. A., 1981, The Byelmorian Vendian Biota (Precambrian Soft-Bodied Fauna of the Northern Russian Platform) [in Russian]: Vyp, Akad. Nauk SSSR, Geol. Inst., Trudy, 100 p.

Fenton, C. L., and Fenton, M. A., 1989, The Fossil Book: A Record of Prehistoric Life: New York, Doubleday; Revised and expanded by P.V. Rich, T.H. Rich and M.A. Fenton.

Florin, R., 1951, Evolution in cordiates and conifers: Acta Horticulture Bergiani, v. 15, p. 285-388.

Frakes, L. A., 1979, Climates Throughout Geologic Time: Amsterdam, Elsevier.

Fricke, H., 1988, Coelecanths: The Fish that Time Forgot: National Geographic, v. 173, no. 6, p. 824-838.

German, T. N., 1974, Finds of mass accumulations of trichoms in the Riphean [in Russian], in Microfossils of the Proterozoic and Early Paleozoic of the USSR: Leningrad, Nauka, p. 6-10.

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Gingerich, P. D., 1976, Paleontology and phylogeny: patterns of evolution of the species level in early Tertiary mammals: American Journal of Science, v. 276, p. 1-28.

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Gol'dberg, I. S., Zelichenko, I. A., and Chernikov, K. A., 1976, Conditions for the appearance of the main phase of oil formation in clastic rocks of the Mesozoic and Paleozoic [in Russian]: Geologiya Nefti i Gaza, v. 3, p. 57- 63; English summary in Petroleum Geology, v.14, no.3, 1977, p.135-137.

Golovenok, V. K., and Belova, M. Y., 1985, Riphean microbiotas in cherts of the Yenesei Ridge [in Russian]: Paleontol. Zh., v. 2, p. 94-103.

Gould, S. J., 1977, Eternal Metaphors of Paleontology, in Hallam, A., ed., Patterns of Evolution as Illustrated by the Fossil Record: Amsterdam, Elsevier, p. 1-26.

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Greiner, H., 1957, "Spirifer disjunctus"-its evolution and paleoecology in the Catskill Delta: Yale University Peabody Museum of Natural History, Bulletin, v. 11, p. 1-75.

Halstead, L. B., 1984, Evolution-The Fossils Say Yes!, in Montagu, A., ed., Science and Creationism: New York, Oxford University Press, p. 240-254.

Hay, R. L., and Leakey, M., 1982, The fossil footprints of Laetolil: Scientific American, v. 246, no. 4, p. 50-57.

Herbert, W., 1984, The living link?: Science News, v. 125, p. 41.

Herman, Y., and Hopkins, D. M., 1980, Arctic Ocean climate in late Cenozoic time: Science, v. 209, p. 557-562.

Jackson, R. T., 1912, Phylogeny of the echini, with a revision of the Paleozoic species: Boston Society of Natural History, Memoirs, v. 7, p. 1-491.

Jerzykiewicz, T., and Sweet, A. R., 1987, Semiarid Floodplain as a Paleoenvironmental Setting of the Upper Cretaceous Dinosaurs: Sedimentological Evidence from Mongolia and Alberta, in Currie, P. J., and Koster, E., eds., Fourth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems: Drumheller, Canada, Tyrrell Museum, p. 120-124.

Johanson, D. C., and Edey, M. A., 1981, Lucy: The Beginnings of Humankind: New York, Simon and Schuster.

Johanson, D. C., and White, T. D., 1979, A Systematic Assessment of Early African Hominids: Science, v. 203, p. 320-330.

Kay, M., and Colbert, E. H., 1965, Stratigraphy and Life History: New York, Wiley, 736 p.

Khomentovsky, V. V., Shenfil', V., Yakshin, M. S., and Pyatiletov, V. V., 1981, Late Precambrian stratigraphy of the Siberian Platform [in Russian], in The Organic World and Biostratigraphy of the Late Precambrian and Paleozoic of Siberia and adjacent regions: Novosibirsk, Nauk, p. 6-26.

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Zapivalov, N. P., Pekhtereva, I. A., Serdyuk, Z. Y., and Shmatalyuk, G. F., 1981, Identifying and mapping Paleozoic reef massifs in western Siberia: International Geology Review, v. 23, p. 956-962.

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