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Paleontology publications in the Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science

Updated 12/23/2013

Established in 1868, the Kansas Academy of Science is one of oldest organizations of its type in the country and the second oldest west of the Mississippi River (after the California Academy of Science).   The Academy was organized to encourage education in the sciences, to disseminate scientific information, and to achieve closer cooperation between scientists and non-scientists so that they might work together to further science.  The Academy is a member of the National Association of Academies of Science and is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the U.S. National Academy of Science.  Membership information is HERE. The annual membership fee is $25.00.

The Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science are published twice a year; in the Spring and Fall. Papers published after 2000 are also available through the BioOne database. Volumes 1 through 105 will soon be available through JSTOR.

View the abstracts of all KAS papers published from 1992-2013 HERE

All of the papers shown below are available on request to Mike Everhart as .pdf files (Adobe Reader)

Beckemeyer, R. J. 2007. Correct county and township for the Elmo, Kansas Lower Permian fossil insect locality.  Transactions,   Kansas Academy of Science 110(1-2): 125-126.

Beckemeyer, R. J. and Hall, J. D. 2007. Permopanorpa inaequalis Tillyard, 1926 (Insecta: Holometabola: Panorpida: Permopanorpidae): A fossil mecopteroid newly reported for the Lower Permian Wellington Formation of Noble County, Oklahoma. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 110: 23-29.

Carpenter, K. and Everhart, M. J. 2007. Skull of the ankylosaur Niobrarasaurus coleii (Ankylosauria: Nodosauridae) from the Smoky Hill Chalk (Coniacian) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 110(1/2): 1-9

Cicimurri, D. J. and M. J. Everhart. 2001. An elasmosaur with stomach contents and gastroliths from the Pierre Shale (Late Cretaceous) of Kansas. Kansas Academy  of Science, Transactions 104(3-4): 129-143.

Darnell, M. K. and Thomasson, J. R. 2007. First equid remains from the late Miocene Prolithospermum johnstonii-Nassella pohlii assemblage zone stratotype locality, Ellis County. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(1/2): 10-15.

Davidson, J. P. 2003. Edward Drinker Cope, Professor Paleozoic and Buffalo Land. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 106(3-4): 177-191.

Engel, M. S. 2005. A remarkable kalligrammatid lacewing from the Upper Jurassic of Kazakhstan (Neuroptera: Kalligrammatidae). Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 108(1/2): 59-62.

Everhart, M. J. 2000.  Gastroliths associated with plesiosaur remains in the Sharon Springs Member of the Pierre Shale (late Cretaceous), western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 103(1-2):58-69.

Everhart, M. J. 2001. Revisions to the biostratigraphy of the Mosasauridae (Squamata) in the Smoky Hill Chalk Member of the Niobrara Chalk (Late Cretaceous) of Kansas. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 104(1-2): 56-75.

Everhart, M. J. 2002. New data on cranial measurements and body length of the mosasaur, Tylosaurus nepaeolicus (Squamata; Mosasauridae), from the Niobrara Formation of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 105(1-2): 33-43.

Everhart, M. J. 2003First records of plesiosaur remains in the lower Smoky Hill Chalk Member (Upper Coniacian) of the Niobrara Formation in western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 106(3-4): 139-148. 

Everhart, M. J. 2004. First record of the hybodont shark genus, “Polyacrodus” sp., (Chondrichthyes; Polyacrodontidae) from the Kiowa Formation (Lower Cretaceous) of McPherson County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(1-20): 83-87.

Everhart, M. J. 2004. Notice of the transfer of the holotype specimen of Niobrarasaurus coleii (Ankylosauria; Nodosauridae) to the Sternberg Museum of Natural History. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(3-4): 173-174.

Everhart, M. J. 2004. Notice of the transfer of the holotype specimen of Niobrarasaurus coleii (Ankylosauria; Nodosauridae) to the Sternberg Museum of Natural History. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(3-4): 173-174.

Everhart, M.J. 2005. Probable plesiosaur gastroliths from the basal Kiowa Shale (Early Cretaceous) of Kiowa County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 108 (3/4): 109-115.

Everhart, M.J. 2005. Earliest record of the genus Tylosaurus (Squamata; Mosasauridae) from the Fort Hays Limestone (Lower Coniacian) of western Kansas. Transactions 108 (3/4): 149-155.

Everhart, M. J. 2007. Remains of a pycnodont fish (Actinopterygii: Pycnodontiformes) in a coprolite; An upper record of Micropycnodon kansasensis in the Smoky Hill Chalk, western  Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(1/2): 35-43.

Everhart, M. J. 2007. Use of archival photographs to rediscover the locality of the Holyrood elasmosaur (Ellsworth County, Kansas).  Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(1/2): 135-143.

Everhart, M. J. 2007.  New stratigraphic records (Albian-Campanian) of the guitarfish, Rhinobatos sp. (Chondrichthyes; Rajiformes), from the Cretaceous of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(3/4): 225-235.

Everhart, M. J. 2007. Historical note on the 1884 discovery of Brachauchenius lucasi (Plesiosauria; Pliosauridae) in Ottawa County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(3-4):255-258.

 

Everhart, M.J. 2008. A bitten skull of Tylosaurus kansasensis (Squamata: Mosasauridae) and a review of mosasaur-on-mosasaur pathology in the fossil record. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 111(3/4):251-262

Everhart, M. J. and M. K. Darnell. 2004. Occurrence of Ptychodus mammillaris (Elasmobranchii) in the Fairport Chalk Member of the Carlile Shale (Upper Cretaceous) of Ellis County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(3-4): 126-130.

Everhart, M. J. and Ewell, K.  2006. Shark-bitten dinosaur (Hadrosauridae) vertebrae from the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Coniacian) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of   Science, Transactions, 109 (1-2):27-35.

Everhart, M. J. and S. A. Hamm. 2005. A new nodosaur specimen (Dinosauria: Nodosauridae) from the Smoky Hill Chalk (Upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 108(1/2): 15-21. 

Fielitz, C. 2002. First record of endopterygoid teeth in the North American late Cretaceous teleostean fish Enchodus gladiolus (Aulopiformes: Enchodontidae).  Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 105(1-2): 27-32.

Gould, C. N. 1899. On the finding of fossil insects in the Comanche Cretaceous of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 16:284.

Hamm, S. A. and K. Shimada. 2002. Associated tooth set of the late Cretaceous lamniform shark, Scapanorhynchus raphiodon (Mitsukurinidae), from the Niobrara Chalk of Western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 105(1-2): 18-26.

Hamm, S. A. and Shimada, K. 2007. The Late Cretaceous anacoracid shark, Pseudocorax laevis (Leriche), from the Niobrara Chalk of western Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 110: 23-29.

Lane, H. H. 1945. A survey of the fossil vertebrates of Kansas. Part I: The fishes.  Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 47: 129-176, 7 pls.

Lane, H. H. 1945. A survey of the fossil vertebrates of Kansas. Part II: Amphibia. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions  48: 286-316, 7 figs.

Lane, H. H. 1946. A survey of the fossil vertebrates of Kansas, Part III, The Reptiles, Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 49(3): 289-332, 7 figs.

Lane, H. H. 1946, A survey of the fossil vertebrates of Kansas, Part IV, The Birds, Kansas Academy Science, Transactions  49(4): 390-400.

Liggett, G. A. 2005. A review of the dinosaurs from Kansas. 108(1/2): 1-14.

Martin, L. D. 1984. A new hesperornithid and the relationships of the Mesozoic birds. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions  87: 141-150.

Miller, H. W. 1957. Intestinal casts in Pachyrhizodus, an Elopid fish, from the Niobrara Formation of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 60(4): 399-401.

Miller, H. W. Jr. 1958. An elopid fish from the Codell Sandstone (Cretaceous) of Kansas and the depositional environment of the sandstone. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 61(2): 213-215.

Miller, H. W. 1968. Enchoteuthis melanae and Kansasteuthis lindneri, new genera and species of Teuthids, and a septid from the Niobrara Formation of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 71(2): 176-183.

Miller, H. W. 1969. Additions to the fauna of the Niobrara Formation of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 72(4): 533-546.

Miller, H. W. 1971. The taxonomy of the Pteranodon species from Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 74(1): 1-19.

Miller, H. W. 1971. A skull of Pteranodon (Longicepia) longiceps Marsh associated with wing and body parts. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 74(10): 20-33. 

Miller, H. W. 1972. Longicepia Miller (1972) preoccupied by Pteranodon Marsh.  Kansas Academy of Sciences, Transactions 75(1): 100.

Miller, H. W. Jr., G. F. Sternberg and M. V. Walker. 1957. Uintacrinus localities in the Niobrara Formation of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 60(2): 163-166, 2 fig.

Moodie, R. L. 1911. An embryonic plesiosaurian propodial, Kansas Academy Science, Transactions  23: 95-101, 9 figs, 1 pl.

Mudge, B. F. 1872. Red sandstone of central Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 1:37-39. (Dakota Sandstone Fm.)

Mudge, B. F. 1872. Geology of the Arkansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 1:50-53. (Arkansas River)

Mudge, B. F. 1873. Recent discoveries of fossil footprints in Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 2:71-74.

Mudge, B. F. 1874. A geological survey of Kansas. Kansas. Academy Science Transactions 3:101-102.

Mudge, B. F. 1874. Pliocene Tertiary of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 3:113-117.

Mudge, B. F. 1874. Rare forms of fish in Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 3:121-122 (Agassizodus tooth plate)

Mudge, B. F. 1877. Annual Report of the Committee on Geology, for the year ending November 1, 1876. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 5: 4-5. (discovery of Uintacrinus socialis in Kansas, Pteranodon, sharks and birds.)

Mudge, B. F. 1877. Bison latifrons in Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 5: 10.

Mudge, B. F., 1878. Cretaceous forests and the migrations. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 6: 46-48.

Mudge, B. F. 1878. Internal heat of the earth. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 6: 48-51.

Mudge, B. F. 1881. List of minerals found in Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 7: 27-29. (Mudge died in 1879, the article was published posthumously)

Parker, J. D. 1881. Memorial of Prof. Benjamin F. Mudge.   Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 7: 7-11.

Parmenter, C. S. 1899. Fossil turtle cast from the Dakota epoch. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 16: 67. 

Robb, A. J. 2003. Notes on the occurrence of some petalodont shark fossils from the Upper Pennsylvanian rocks of northeastern Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 106(1-2): 71-80.

Pellegrini, R. 2007. Skeletochronology of the limb elements of mosasaurs (Squamata; mosasauridae). Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 110(1-2): 83-99.

Schaffner, D. C. 1938. Gastroliths in the Lower Dakota of northern Kansas, Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions  41: 225-226.

Schumacher, B.A. 2008. On the skull of a pliosaur (Plesiosauria; Pliosauridae) from the Upper Cretaceous (Early Turonian) of the North American Western Interior. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 111(3-4):203-218.

Shimada, K. 1996. Selachians from the Fort Hays Limestone Member of the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous), Ellis County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 99(1-2): 1-15.

Shimada, K. 1996. Ichthyosaur (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) vertebra from the Kiowa Shale (Lower Cretaceous: Upper Albian), Clark County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 99(1-2): 39-44.

Shimada, K. 1997. Shark-tooth-bearing coprolite from the Carlile Shale (upper Cretaceous), Ellis County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 100(3-4): 133-138.

Shimada, K. 1997. Stratigraphic record of the late Cretaceous lamniform shark, Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Agassiz), in Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 100(3-4): 139-149.

Shimada, K. and M. J. Everhart. 2003. Ptychodus mammillaris (Elasmobranchii) and Enchodus cf. E. schumardi (Teleostei) from the Fort Hays Limestone Member of the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous) in Ellis County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 106(3-4): 171-176.

Shimada, K., Everhart, M.J., and Ewell, K. 2007. A unique reptilian (large dolichosaurid lizard?) tooth from the Upper Cretaceous Niobrara Chalk of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(3-4): 213-219.

Shimada, K., K. Ewell and M. J. Everhart. 2004. The first record of the lamniform shark genus, Johnlongia, from the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous), western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(3/4): 131-135.

 

Shimada, K. and Fernandes, M.V. 2006. Ichthyornis sp. (Aves: Ichthyornithiformes) from the lower Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 109 (1/2), p. 21-26.

Shimada, K. and Parris, D. C. 2007. A long-snouted Late Cretaceous crocodyliform, Terminonaris cf. T. browni, from the Carlile Shale (Turonian) of Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 110(1-2): 107-115.

Shimada, K. and B. A. Schumacher. 2003. The earliest record of the Late Cretaceous fish, Thryptodus (Teleostei: Tselfatiiformes), from central Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 106(1-2): 54-58.

 

Skelton, L. H. 1996. A brief history of the Kansas Academy of Science. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 101(3-4): 140-145.

 

Snow, F. H. 1878. On the dermal covering of a mosasauroid reptile. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 6: 54-58, Fig. 1-2.

Snow, F. H. 1887. On the Discovery of a fossil bird track in the Dakota Sandstone. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 10: 3-6.

Sternberg, C. H. 1905. Protostega gigas and other Cretaceous reptiles and fishes from the Kansas chalk. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 19: 123-128.

Sternberg, C. H. 1907. Some animals discovered in the fossil beds of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 20: 122-124.

Sternberg, C. H. 1908, My expedition to the Kansas chalk for 1907. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 21: 111-114.

Sternberg, C. H. 1909. An armored dinosaur from the Kansas chalk. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 22: 257-258.

Sternberg, C. H. 1909. Expedition to the Laramie Beds of Converse County, Wyoming. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 22: 113-116.

Sternberg, C. H. 1911. In the Niobrara and Laramie Cretaceous. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 23: 70-74.

Sternberg, C. H. 1913. Expeditions to the Miocene of Wyoming and the chalk beds of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 25: 45-49.

Sternberg, C. H. 1918. Sternberg's expedition to the Red Deer River, Alberta, 1917. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 29: 88-91.

Sternberg, C. H. 1920. Five years explorations in the fossil beds of Alberta. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 28: 205-211.

Sternberg, C. H. 1922. Explorations of the Permian of Texas and the chalk of Kansas, 1918. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 30(1): 119-120.

Sternberg, C. H. 1922. Field work in Kansas and Texas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 30(2): 339-348.

Sternberg, G. F. and M. V. Walker. 1957. Report on a plesiosaur skeleton from western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 60(1): 86-87.

Sternberg, G. F. and M. V. Walker. 1958. Observation of articulated limb bones of a recently discovered Pteranodon in the Niobrara Cretaceous of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 61(1): 81-85.

Towner, H. C. 1877. Evidence of ancient forests in central Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 5: 71-72. (leaf prints: Dakota Ss)

Vaughn, P. P. 1956. A second specimen of the Cretaceous crocodile Dakotasuchus from Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science,  Transactions 59(3): 379-381.

Vaughn, P. P. and M. R. Dawson. 1956. On the occurrence of tympanic membranes in the mosasaur Platecarpus, Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 59(3): 382-384.

Walker, M. V. 1967. Revival of interest in the toothed birds of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 70(1): 60-66.

Walker, M. V. 2006. The impossible fossil – Revisited. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 109 (1/2), p. 87-96.

Williston, S. W. 1878. American Jurassic dinosaurs. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 6: 42-46.

Williston, S. W. 1890. A new plesiosaur from the Niobrara Cretaceous of Kansas. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 7: 174-178, with 2 fig. (Styxosaurus snowii)

Williston, S. W. 1893. The Niobrara Cretaceous of western Kansas. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 13: 107-111.

Williston, S. W. 1893. An interesting food habit of the plesiosaurs. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 13: 121-122, 1 plate.

Williston, S. W. 1901. A new turtle from the Kansas Cretaceous. Kansas Academy Science, Transactions 17: 195-199. (Desmatochelys lowi)

Williston, S. W. 1918. The progress of science since the foundation of the Kansas Academy of Science. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 29: 53-61.

Zakrzewski, R. J. 1996. Geologic studies in western Kansas in the 19th Century. Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans. 99(3-4): 124-133.


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