Gary L. Stringer

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Gary L. Stringer

  • Museum of Natural History, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Monroe, Louisiana 71209, USA.
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  • Stringer, G.L. 1979. A study of the upper Eocene otoliths of the Yazoo Clay in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 15: 95–105. Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L. 1986. Teleostean otoliths and their paleoecological implications at the Montgomery Landing Site. Pp. 209–222 in: Schiebout J.A. & van den Bold W.A. (eds): Montgomery Landing Site, Marine Eocene (Jackson) of Central Louisiana. Proceedings of a Symposium, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Baton Rouge. Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L. 1991. Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) teleostean otoliths from the Ripley Formation, Union County, Mississippi. Mississippi Geology, 11: 9-19. Zitatseite 
  • Nolf, D. & Stringer, G.L. 1996. Cretaceous fish otoliths - a synthesis of the North American record. Pp. 433-459 in: Arratia, G. & Viohl, G. (Eds): Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, Munich. Zitatseite 
  • Cappetta, H. & Stringer, G.L. 2002. A new batoid genus (Neoselachii: Myliobatiformes) from the Yazoo Clay (Upper Eocène) of Louisiana, U.S.A. Tertiary Research, 21 (1–4): 51–56, 2 fig., pl. 1. Zitatseite 
  • Nolf, D. & Stringer, G. 2003. Late Eocene (Priabonian) fish otoliths from the Yazoo Clay at Copenhagen, Louisiana. Louisiana Geological Survey Geological Pamphlet, 13: 1–23. Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L. 2016. Evidence and implications of marine invertebrate settlement on Eocene otoliths from the Moodys Branch Formation of Montgomery Landing (Louisiana, U.S.A.). Cainozoic Research, 16 (1): 3-11. Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L. 2016. Late Cretaceous actinopterygians represented by otoliths from the Cook Creek Site in southwest Tennessee. Pp. 78-95 in:
  • Ehret, D., Harrell, T.L. & Ebersole, S. (Eds) 2016. The Paleontology of the Cretaceous Coon Creek Formation (Volume 2). Alabama Museum of Natural History Bulletin, 33. Zitatseite  Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L., Oman, L.D. & Badger, R.F. 2016. Woodbury Formation (Campanian) in New Jersey yields largest known Cretaceous otolith assemblage of teleostean fishes in North America. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciiences of Philadelphia, 165: 15-36. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G.L. & Bell, D. 2018. Teleostean otoliths reveal diverse Plio-Pleistocene fish assemblages in coastal Georgia (Glynn County). Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 56 (3): 83–108. (PDF) Zitatseite 
  • Ebersole, J.A., Cicimurri, D.J. & Stringer, G.L. 2019. Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of the elasmobranchs and bony fishes (Chondrichthyes and Osteichthyes) of the lower-to-middle Eocene (Ypresian to Bartonian) Claiborne Group in Alabama, USA, including an analysis of otoliths. European Journal of Taxonomy, 585: 1–274. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Schwarzhans, W. & Stringer, G.L. 2020. Fish otoliths from the late Maastrichtian Kemp Clay (Texas, USA) and the early Danian Clayton Formation (Arkansas, USA) and an assessment of extinction and survival of teleost lineages across the K-Pg boundary based on otoliths. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 126 (2): 395–446. (PDF) Zitatseite 
  • Stringer, G., Schwarzhans, W., Phillips, G. & Lambert, R. 2020. Highly diversified Late Cretaceous fish assemblage revealed by otoliths (Ripley Formation and Owl Creek Formation, northeast Mississippi, USA). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 126: 111-155. (Research Gate) Zitatseite