North Dakota Geological Survey

Paleontology

Publication & Educational Articles

 

Boyd, C.A., 2017. A New Addition To The Cretaceous Seaway Of North Dakota. Geo News 44(1):20-23.
Boyd, C.A., and J.J. Person. 2016. New Additions To The Lancian Mammalian Fauna From Southwest North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (2016 Program and Abstracts).
Boyd, C.A., J.J. Person, and B. Barnes. 2016. New Additions To The Lancian Mammalian Fauna From Southwest North Dakota, Poster.
Wilson, G.P., E.G. Ekdale, J.W. Hoganson, et al. A Large Carnivorous Mammal From The Late Cretaceous And The North American Origin Of Marsupials. Nat. Commun. 7, 13734 doi: 10.1038/ncomms13734 (2016).
Person, J.J., and C.A. Boyd. 2016. New Paleontology Exhibits Opened Across North Dakota. Geo News 43(2):1-5.
Person, J.J., 2016. Public Fossil Dig Update. Geo News 43(1):16-17.
Boyd, C.A., 2016. The Overlooked Marvelous Reptile. Geo News 43(1):2-6.
Person, J.J., and C.A. Boyd. 2015. First bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) reported from the Oligocene of North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (Program and Abstracts):194.
Person, J.J., and C.A. Boyd. 2015. First bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) reported from the Oligocene of North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Poster.
Boyd, C.A., J.J. Person, and B. Barnes. 2015. Revision of caniform diversity from the Little Badlands area (Oligocene) of North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (Program and Abstracts):94.
Person, J.J., 2015. Microfossils. Geo News 42(2):6-9.
Barnes, B., 2015. Paleontology Lab – Then and Now. Geo News 42(2):20-21.
Person, J.J., 2015. Exhibits in the Corridor of History at the ND Heritage Center State Museum (2015) Geo News 42(1):15-17.
Hoganson, J.W., J.J. Person, and B. Barnes. 2014. The New Adaptation Gallery: Geologic Time at the ND Heritage Center. Geo News 41(2):1-7.
Person, J.J., 2014. Petrified Stumps & Log (feature fossil), FIND newsletter, no. 15
Person, J.J. 2014. Early Navigation. Geo News 41(1):11-13.
Hoganson, J.W., 2014. Prehistoric “Sea Monsters” of ND. Geo News 41(1):19-25.
Hoganson, J.W., 2013. Edward Drinker Cope’s Paleontological Activities in the Dakotas. Geo News 40(2):4-6.
Person, J.J. 2013. Fossilized Lightning! Geo News 40(2):10-11.
Hoganson, J.W., 2013. Fossil Birds of ND. Geo News 40(1):14-17
Person, J.J. 2013. Why do we collect? Geo News 40(1):19-21.
Hoganson, J.W., 2012. The Occurrence of Tyrannosaurus rex in ND. Geo News 39(2):1-5.
Person, J.J. 2012. Saber Teeth. Geo News 39(2):13-16.
Stidham, T.A., J.W. Hoganson, and J.J. Person. 2012. New middle Paleocene (Tiffanian NALMA) birds from North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (Program and Abstracts):179.
Stidham, T.A., J.W. Hoganson, and J.J. Person. 2012. New middle Paleocene (Tiffanian NALMA) birds from North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Poster.
Person, J.J. 2012. Folklore of fossils. Geo News 39(1):22-25.
Person, J.J. 2012. National Fossil Day. Geo News 39(1):21.
Hoganson, J.W., J.J. Person and B. Gould. 2011. Paleontology of the Medora site (Paleocene: Sentinel Butte Formation), Billings County, North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (Program and Abstracts):127.
Hoganson, J.W., J.J. Person and B. Gould. 2011. Paleontology of the Medora site (Paleocene: Sentinel Butte Formation), Billings County, North Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31, Poster.
Person, J.J. 2011. Kickoff to Summer Reading Day, 2011. Geo News 38(2):7.
Hoganson, J.W., J.J. Person, and B. Gould. 2011. Paleontology of the Medora Public Fossil Dig Site (Paleocene: Sentinel Butte Formation), Billings County, North Dakota. Geo News 38(1):17-20.
Hoganson, J.W. and J.J. Person. 2010. Tooth Puncture Marks On A Skull Of Dinictis (Nimravidae) From The Oligocene Brule Formation Of North Dakota Attributed To Predation By Hyaenodon (Hyaenodontidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (Program and Abstracts):106A.
Hoganson, J.W. and J.J. Person. 2010. Tooth Puncture Marks On A Skull Of Dinictis (Nimravidae) From The Oligocene Brule Formation Of North Dakota Attributed To Predation By Hyaenodon (Hyaenodontidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30, Poster.
Hoganson, J.W., 2011. Skeletons of the Flying Reptile Pteranodon Added to the Bismarck Airport Fossil Exhibit. Geo News 38(2):1-2.
Barnes, B., A.Ashworth, R. Nellermoe, 2011. Determining Individual Edmontosaurus from a Disarticulated Bone Bed Using Principal Components Analysis. Hadrosaur Symposium, Drumheller, AB.
Hoganson, John W.; Gould, Becky, 2011. Prehistoric Life of North Dakota Coloring and Activity Book. North Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series 32.
Hoganson, J.W. and J.J. Person. 2011. Tooth puncture marks on a 30 million year old Dinictis skull. Geo News 38(2):12-17.
Hoganson, J.W., 2010. Ice Age Mammals of ND: Where have all the large mammals gone? Geo News 37(2):3-7.
Hoganson, J.W., B. Woodward, and J.J. Person. 2010. Prehistoric Life of North Dakota. North Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Map 40.
Hoganson, J.W., 2010. Mastodon in a Biscuit Box. Geo News 37(2):20.
Hoganson, J.W., 2010. Tusoteuthis longa: North Dakota’s 80 million-year-old Giant Squid. Geo News 37(1):1-4.
Person, J.J. 2010. The North Dakota State Fossil Collection 20 Years: A Retrospective. Geo News 37(1):13-16.
Hoganson, J.W. and J.J. Person. 2010. National Geographic Channel Prehistoric Predators Episode. Geo News 37(1):22.
Hoganson, J.W., 2009. Corridor of Time Prehistoric Life of North Dakota Exhibit at the ND Heritage Center completed. Geo News 36(2):17-21.
Hoganson, J.W., 2009. Triceratops skull and other fossils from the Little Missouri National Grassland exhibited at the Bismarck Airport. Geo News 36(2):22.
Case, J.A., R.W. Meredith, and J. Person. 2009. A pre-Neogene phalangerid possum from South Australia. in L. B. Albright III (ed.), Papers on geology, vertebrate paleontology, and biostratigraphy in honor of Michael O. Woodburne. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65:659-675.
Case, J.A., R.W. Meredith, and J. Person. 2008. A pre-Neogene phalangerid possum from South Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28 (Supplement to Number 3):62A.
Hoganson, J.W., 2009. The History of the NDGS Public Fossil Dig Program. NDGS Newsletter 36(1):28-31.
Hoganson, J.W., 2008. Dakota: A Mummified Dinosaur. NDGS Newsletter 35(2):1-3.
Hoganson, J.W., 2008. Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure, An Epic Tale of Life in a Cretaceous Sea. NDGS Newsletter 35(1):1-4.
Mink, Rebecca M. S. 2007. The Hadrosaurid Genus Edmontosaurus From The Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Of South Dakota. Masters Thesis, North Dakota State University.
Person, J., C. Baker. 2007. Methods for labeling silicone molds. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27 (Supplement to Number 3):129A.
Hoganson, J.W., 2007. Recent Fossil Donations to the North Dakota State Fossil Collection. Geo News 34(2):14.
Hoganson, J.W., 2007. Schlosser Lapidary Rock, Mineral, and Fossil Collection Donated to the NDGS Newsletter 34(2):15-17.
Hoganson, J.W., 2007. Cretaceous Coastal Forest and Paleocene Swampland: New Additions to the ND Heritage Center Corridor of Time Exhibit. NDGS Newsletter 34(1):1-5.
Hoganson, J.W., J. M. Campbell. Geology and Prehistoric Life of the Rendezvous Region
Hoganson, J.W., M. Hanson, D. L. Halvorson, and V. Halvorson. Mosasaurs, Sharks, and Other marine Creatures from the Cooperstown Pierre Shale Site
Hoganson, J.W., 2005. Skeleton of the Oligocene (30 million-year-old) horse, Mesohippus, is a featured exhibit at the new ND Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora. NDGS Newsletter 33(1):4.
Hoganson, J.W., 2005. Paleocene pond and Cretaceous coastal forest exhibits to be installed in the Corridor of Time area of the ND Heritage Center. NDGS Newsletter 33(1):1-2.
Hoganson, J.W., 2005. The 2005 Medora Public Fossil Dig: an example of the popularity of fossil digs as part of ND’s nature tourism efforts. NDGS Newsletter 33(1):1-5.
Hoganson, J.W., B. Woodward, 2005. Geological Survey publishes Prehistoric Life of North Dakota poster. NDGS Newsletter 32(2):4.
Hoganson, J.W., 2005. Massive 60-million-year-old tree stump and other geological exhibits featured at the new Long X Trading Post in Watford City. NDGS Newsletter 32(2):1-4.
Hoganson, J.W., 2004. “A fossil exhibit in every town”: one goal of the NDGS’s Fossil Resource Management Program. NDGS Newsletter 32(1):1-9.
Person, J. 2004. A powerful tool for phylogenetic searching and hierarchical organizing. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24 (Supplement to Number 3):101A.
Hoganson, J.W., B. Woodward, 2004. Skeleton of the rare giant sea turtle, Archelon, recovered from the Cretaceous Degrey Member of the Pierre Shale near Cooperstown, Griggs County, ND. NDGS Newsletter 32(1):1-4.
Hoganson, J. W., J. H. Hartman, 2003. Paleontologists tour ND’s internationally significant fossil sites in association with the 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. NDGS Newsletter 30(2):1-7.
Person, J. 2003. Postcranial analysis and functional morphology of late Hemphillian Carnivora from north central Oregon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23 (Supplement to Number 3):87A.
Hoganson, J.W., 2002. Occurrence of the giant Ice Age bison, Bison latifrons, in ND. NDGS Newsletter 29(2):1-3.
Hoganson, J.W., 2001. Geological Survey and USFS – Dakota Prairie Grasslands sign cooperatively Memorandum of Understanding to manage paleontological resources. NDGS Newsletter 28(1):2.
Hoganson, J.W., 2000. Clarence Johnsrud family donates plant fossil collection and funds for a Heritage Center fossil exhibit and renovation of the new Geological Survey Paleontology Laboratory. NDGS Newsletter 27(1):1-4.
Hoganson, J.W., 2000. The First Corridor of Time Exhibit, Marine life during the Cretaceous featuring the restored Cooperstown Mosasaur skeleton, opens at the ND Heritage Center. NDGS Newsletter 27(2):1-4.
Hoganson, J.W., 2000. Dedication of the new Johnsrud Paleontology Laboratory
Hoganson, J.W., 1998. The Paul Broste Rock Museum Reopens
Hoganson, J.W., 1998. The selling of the Tyrannosaurus rex named “Sue”: Its effect on ND’s Fossil Resource Management Program. NDGS Newsletter 25(2):14-17.
Hoganson, J.W., 1998. North Dakota fossils exhibited at the U.S. Forest Service headquarters in Washington, D.C.. NDGS Newsletter 25(1):4.
Hoganson, J.W., 1997. Paleontological fieldwork on the Little Missouri Grassland with the United States Forest Service. NDGS Newsletter 24(4):12-13.
Hoganson, J.W., and J. Campbell, 1997. Paleontology of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. NDGS Newsletter 24(1).
Hoganson, J.W., 1997. Triceratops skull exhibited at the North Dakota Heritage Center. NDGS Newsletter 24(1):24-25.
Hoganson, J.W., and J. Campbell, 1995. Restoration and display of a crocodilie-like Champsosaurus gigas skeleton at the North Dakota Heritage Center. NDGS Newsletter 22(3):8-10.
Hoganson, J.W., 1994. Stumpf Site registered as a North Dakota Natural Area. NDGS Newsletter 21(4):7-10.
Hoganson, J.W., 1993. Two major collections donated to the State Fossil and State Rock, Mineral, and Gemstone Collections. NDGS Newsletter 20(4):6-8.
Hoganson, J.W., 1992. North Dakota’s Fossil Resource Management Program and the Private Landowner. NDGS Newsletter 19(2)13-15.
Hoganson, J.W., 1991. Exhibit of North Dakota Fossils Opens at the Heritage Center. NDGS Newsletter 18(1):14-21.
Hoganson, J.W., 1991. Petrified Logs Exhibited On Capitol Grounds. NDGS Newsletter 18(1):22-23.
Hoganson, J.W., 1991. Restoration of the Highgate Mastodon skeleton underway. NDGS Newsletter 18(2):25-30.