SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS ON VERTEBRATE ICHNOLOGY OF EASTERN CANADA  (still in progress)

Cameron, B., and J.R. Jones 1989.  Late Triassic dinosaur footprints and other trace fossils from the Wolfville Formation, eastern Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia.  Nova Scotia Department of Mines and Energy Report 89-3: 153-157.

Cameron, B., and J.R. Jones 1989.  Non-marine fossils of the Late Triassic-Early Jurassic Fundy Group of the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia.  Atlantic Geology 25: 167.

Dawson, J.W. 1844.  On the Lower Carboniferous rocks, or Gypsiferous Formation of Nova Scotia.  Proceedings of the Geological Society of London for 1843: 272-281.

Dawson, J.W. 1863.  Note on the footprints of a reptile from the Coal Formation of Cape Breton.  Canadian Naturalist & Geologist 8: 430-431.

Dawson, J.W. 1872.  Not on footprints from the Carboniferous of Nova Scotia, in the collection of the Geological Survey of Canada.  Geological Magazine ser. 1, 9: 251-253.

Dawson, J.W. 1882.  On the results of recent explorations of erect trees containing animal remains in the Coal-formation of Nova Scotia.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 173, pt.2: 621-659.

Dawson, J.W. 1895.  Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic in Canada, up to 1894.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 12, sect. IV: 71-88.

Grantham, R. 1981.  Horton Bluff--its mysteries.  Rocks & Minerals in Canada 14 (5): 5.

Logan, W.E. 1842. On the coal-fields of Pennsylvania and Nova Scotia.  Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 3, pt. II (88): 707-712.

Logan, W.E. 1851.  On the occurrence of a track and footprints of an animal in the Potsdam Sandstone of Lower Canada.  Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 7: 247-250.

Lyell, C. 1845.  Travels in North America: with geological observations on the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia, pp. 211-212.  London: Murray.

MacNaughton, R.A. 2001.  Sir William E. Logan: the contributions to ichnology of Canada's 'greatest scientist'.  Ichnology Newsletter (23): 32-34.

Matthew, G.F. 1903.  On batrachian and other footprints from the Coal Measures of Joggins, N.S.  Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick 5: 103-108.

Matthew, G.F. 1903. An attempt to classify Palaeozoic batrachian footprints.  Proceedings of the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 2nd ser., 9(4): 109-121.

Matthew, G.F. 1903.  New genera of batrachian footprints of the Carboniferous System in eastern Canada.  Canadian Record of Science 9: 99-111.

Matthew, G.F. 1904.  Note on the genus Hylopus of Dawson.  Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick 5: 247-252.

Matthew, G.F. 1904. New species and a new genus of batrachian footprints of the Carboniferous System in eastern Canada.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada, 2nd ser., 10 (sect. iv): 77-122.

Matthew, G.F. 1909.  Remarkable forms of the Little River Group.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 3rd ser. 1909-1910, III (sect.iv): 113-133.

Mossman, D.J., and R.G. Grantham 1996.  A recently discovered amphibian trackway (Dromillopus quadrifidus) at Joggins, Nova Scotia.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 33: 710-714.

Mossman, D.J., and R.G. Grantham 1996.  The continental Jurassic of the Maritime Provinces, Canada, pp. 427-436.  In M. Morales (ed.), The Continental JurassicMuseum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 60.

Mossman, D.J., and R.G. Grantham 1999.  Vertebrate trackways in the Parrsboro Formation (Upper Carboniferous) at Ram's Head, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.  Atlantic Geology 35: 185-196.

Mossman, D.J., and C.H. Place 1989.  Early Permian fossil vertebrate footprints and their stratigraphic setting in megacyclic sequence II red beds, Prim Point, Prince Edward Island.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 26: 591-605.

Mossman, D.J., and W.A.S. Sarjeant 1980.  How we found Canada's oldest known footprints.  Canadian Geographic 100(5): 50-53.

Mossman, D.J., and W.A.S. Sarjeant 1983.  The footprints of extinct animals.  Scientific American, 248 (1): 74-85.

Owen, R. 1851.  Description of the impressions on the Potsdam Sandstone, discovered by Mr. Logan in Lower Canada.  Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 7: 250-252.

Owen, R. 1882.  Description of the impressions and foot-prints of the Protoichnites from the Potsdam Sandstone of Canada.  Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 8: 214-225.

Sarjeant, W.A.S., and D.J. Mossman 1978.  Vertebrate foot prints from the Carboniferous sediments of Nova Scotia: a historical review and description of newly discovered forms.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 23: 279-306.

Sarjeant, W.A.S., and D.J. Mossman 1978.  Peratodactylopus, new name for the vertebrate footprint ichnogenus Anticheiropus Sarjeant and Mossman, 1978 non Hitchcock, 1865.  Journal of Paleontology, 52(5): 1102.

Sarjeant, W.A.S., and P. Stringer 1978.  Triassic reptile tracks in the Lepreau Formation, southern New Brunswick, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 15(4): 594-602.

Sternberg, C.M. 1933.  Carboniferous tracks from Nova Scotia.  Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 44: 951-964.