References for Nebraska Invertebrates - Crinoids

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130Wachsmuth, C., and Springer, F., 1878 (1880), Revision of the Palaeocrinoidea, Part 1: Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences Proceedings for 1879, p. 226 – 376. (Authors’ edition) 1, p. 1 153.
131Wachsmuth, C., and Springer, F., 1886, Revision of the Palaeocrinoidea: Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences Proceedings for 1885, p. 225 – 364.
132Wanless, H. R., 1931, Pennsylvanian cycles in western Illinois: Illinois Geological Survey Bulletin no. 60, p. 179 – 194.
133Wanless, H. R., 1950, Late Paleozoic cycles of sedimentation in the United States, in Allen, P., (editor), Rhythm in sedimentation: International Geological Congress, Report of the 18th Session, Great Britain, 1948, part 4, Proceedings of section C, p. 17 – 28.
134Wanless, H. R., 1964, Local and regional factors in Pennsylvanian cyclic sedimentation, in Merriam, D. F., (editor), Symposium on cyclic sedimentation: Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin no. 169, v. 2, p. 593 – 606.
135Wanless, H. R., and Shepard, F. P., 1936, Sea level and climatic changes related to Late Paleozoic cycles: Geological Society of America, v. 47, p. 1177 – 1206.
136Wanless, H. R., and Weller, J. M., 1932: Correlation and extent of Pennsylvanian cyclothems: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 43, p. 1003 – 1016.
137Wanner, J., 1916, Die Permischen krinoiden von Timor, Teil 1: Palaontologie von Timor, life 6, teil 11, p. 1 – 329.
138Wanner, J., 1924, Die Permischen krinoiden von Timor, Teil 2: Nedgal. Timor Expedition, 1916, p. 179 – 209.
139Wanner, J., 1937, Neue beitrage zur kenntnis der Permischen echinodermen von Timor, VII-XIII: Palaontographica Suppl., v. 4, no. 4, p. 57 – 212.
140Washburn, A. T., 1968, Early Pennsylvanian crinoids from the south-central Wasatch Mountains of central Utha: Brigham Young University Geology Studies, v. 15, part 1, p. 115 – 131.
141Webster, G. D., 1968, Bibliography and index of Paleozoic crinoids,1942 – 1968: Geological society of America, Memoir 137, 341 p.
142Webster, G. D., 1981, New crinoids from the Naco Formation (Middle Pennsylvanian) of Arizona and a revision of the Family Cromyocrinidae: Journal of Paleontology, v. 55, no. 5, p. 1176 – 1199.
143Webster, G. D., and Houck, K., 1998, Middle Pennsylvanian, late Atokan-early Desmoinesian echinoderms from an intermontane basin, the Central Colorado Trough: Journal of Paleontology, v. 72, p. 1054 – 1072.
144Webster, G. D., and Jell, 1992, Permian echinoderms from western Australia: Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 32, p. 311-373.
145Webster, G. D., and Jell, 1999, New Permian Crinoids from Australia: Memoir of the Queensland Museum, v. 43, part 1, p. 279 – 339.
146Webster, G. D., and Lane, N. G., 1967, Additional Permian crinoids from southern Nevada: University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, Paper 17, p. 1 – 32.
147Webster, G. D., and Lane, N. G., 1970, Carboniferous echinoderms from the southwestern United States: Journal of Paleontology, v. 44, p. 276-296.
148Welch, J. R., 1976, Phosphannulus on Paleozoic crinoid stems: Journal of Paleontology, v. 50, no. 2, p. 218 – 225.
149Weller, J. M., 1930, Cyclical sedimentation of the Pennsylvanian Period and its significance: Journal of Geology, v. 38, no. 2, p. 97 – 135.
150Weller, J. M., 1931, The concept of cyclic sedimentation during the Pennsylvanian Period: Illinois Geological Survey Bulletin, no. 60, p.163 – 178.
151Weller, J. M., 1958, Cyclothems and larger sedimentary cycles of the Pennsylvanian: Journal of Geology, v. 66, p. 195 – 207.
152Weller, J. M., 1964, Development of the concept and interpretation of cyclic sedimentation, in Merriam, D. F. (editor), Symposium on cyclic Sedimentation: Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin, no. 169, v. 2, p. 607 - 622.
153Weller, S., 1898, Description of a new species of Hydreionocrinus from the Coasl Measures of Kansas: New York Academy of Sciences, Transactions, v. 16, p. 372 – 374.
154Weller, S., 1909, Permian crinoids from Texas: Journal of Geology, v. 17, no. 3, p. 623 – 635.
155White, C. A., 1876, Invertebrate paleontology of the Plateau Province: U. S. Geological and Geographic Survey of the Territories, Report on the Geology of the Uinta Mountains, by J. W. Powell, p. 74-135.
156White, C. A., 1880, Description of new species of Carboniferous invertebrate fossils: U. S. National Museum Proceedings, 21, p. 252 – 260.
157White, C. A., 1883, Certain Carboniferous fossils from the western states and territories. Contributions to the invertebrate paleontology: U. S. Geological and Geographic Survey of the Territories (Hayden), 12th Annual Report, v. 1, p. 119 – 141.
158White, C. A., and St. John, 1868, Description of new Subcarboniferous and Coal Measure fossils collected upon the geological survey of Iowa; together with a notice of new generic characters observed in two species of brachiopods: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Transactions, v. 1, p. 115 – 129.
159Whitfield, R. P., 1882, Annals New York Academy of Sciences, no 2, p. 226.
160Woodruff, E. G., 1904, The geology of Cass County, Nebraska: unpublished MA Thesis, University of Nebraska.
161Woodruff, E. G., The geology of Cass County, Nebraska: Nebraska Geological Survey Historical Publications 2, p. 171 – 302.
162Worthen, A. H., 1875. Descriptions of invertebrates: In A. H. Worthen and F. B. Meek, Paleontology of Illinois: Illinois Geological Survey, v. 6, p. 489 – 532.
163Wright, J., 1938. Anemetocrinus N. G., a five-armed poteriocrinid from the Lower Carboniferous limestones of Scotland: Geological Magazine, v. 75, no. 3, p. 337 – 346.
164Wright, J., 1942, New British Carboniferous crinoids: Geological Magazine, v. 70, p. 269 – 283.
165Wright, J., 1945, Tyrieocrinus (gen. nov.) and Scotiacrinus (gen. nov.) and seven new species of inadunate crinoids from the Carboniferous limestone of Scotland and Yorkshire: Geological Magazine, v. 82, p. 114 – 125.
166Wright, J., 1951, The British Carboniferous Crinoidea: Paleontological Society Monograph , v. 1, no. 3, p. 47 – 102; v. 1, no. 4, p. 103 – 148.
167Wright, J., and Strimple, H. L., 1945, Mooreocrinus and Ureocrinus gen. nov., with notes on the family Cromyocrinidae: Geological Magazine, v. 82, no. 5, p. 221 – 229.