Fossil References for the Ordovician of the Nashville Dome, Tennessee
Many stratigraphic references also contain information on fossils
Alberstadt, L., and Repetski, J.E., 1989, A Lower Ordovician sponge/algal facies in the Southern United States and its counterparts elsewhere in North America: Palaios, v. 4, p. 225-247.
Alberstadt, L.P., 1970, Some Middle and Upper Ordovician brachiopods from Oklahoma, Missouri, and Tennessee: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 2, p. 191-192.
Alberstadt, L.P., Walker, K.R., and Zurawski, R.P., 1974, Patch reefs in the Carters Limestone (Middle Ordovician) in Tennessee, and vertical zonation in Ordovician reefs: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 85, p. 1171-1182.
Bassler, R.S., 1952, Taxonomic notes on genera of fossil and recent bryozoa: Washington Academy of Science Journal, v. 42, p. 381-385.
Bordeau, K.V., 1967, Micropaleontology of the Fernvale Formation of Tennessee and Oklahoma: Dissertation Abstracts International, v. 28B, p. 2476.
Coryell, H.N., 1921, Bryozoan faunas of the Stones River group of central Tennessee: Indiana Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 1919, p. 261-340.
Fisher, D.W., 1958, Polylopia Clark, an Ordovician scaphopod: Journal of Paleontology, v. 32, p. 144-146.
Hendley, J.W., II, 1986, Chitinozoans in the Ordovician (Caradocian) Upper Ridley, Lebanon, and lower Carters limestones in central and east-central Tennessee: M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt University.
Hofstetter, O.B., III, 1965, Middle Ordovician graptolites from the Lebanon Limestone, Central Tennessee: Journal of Paleontology, v. 39, p. 287-288.
Hofstetter, O.B., III, 1966, Graptolites and associated fauna of the Lebanon Limestone, Central Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, University of Tennessee.
Howe, H.J., 1969, Rhynchonellacean brachiopods from the Richmondian of Tennessee: Journal of Paleontology, v. 43, p. 1331-1350.
Howe, H.J., 1988, Articulate brachiopods from the Richmondian of Tennessee: Journal of Paleontology, v. 62, p. 204-218.
Huddle, J.W., 1963, Conodonts from the Flynn Creek cryptoexplosion structure, Tennessee: United States Geological Survey Professional Paper, v. 475-C, p. 55-57.
Karklins, O.L., 1985, Bryozoans from the Murfreesboro and Pierce Limestones (Early Black Riveran, Middle Ordovician), Stones River Group, of central Tennessee: Paleontological Society Memoir XX, p. 1-42.
Kessler, T.E., 1989, Chitinozoans in the Ordovician (Caradocian) Ridley and Pierce Limestones of Central Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.
Kessler, T.E., and Siesser, W.G., 1990, Chitinozoans in the Ordovician (Caradocian) Ridley and Pierce limestones of central Tennessee: Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, v. 65, p. 42.
Kim, Y.-B., 1988, Conodont biostratigraphy of the Middle and Upper Ordovician of the central basin, Tennessee: unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University.
Kirk, S.R., 1928, Ostracoda from the Trenton limestone of Nashville, Tennessee: American Journal of Science, 5th series, v. 16, p. 410-422.
McLaughlin, R.E., Fetters, R.T., Hofstetter, O.B., III, and Pickering, S.M., Jr., 1966, An unusual fossil assemblage from the Middle Ordovician in central East Tennessee: Tennessee Academy of Science Journal, v. 41, p. 59.
Meacham, R.P., 1925, The Leipers fauna around Nashville: unpublished M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt.
Miller, S.A., 1918, Description of four new species of Silurian fossils: Cincinnati Society of Natural History Journal, v. 3, p. 140-144.
Patzkowsky, M.E., and Holland, S.M., 1999, Biofacies replacement in a sequence stratigraphic framework: Middle and Upper Ordovician of the Nashville Dome, Tennessee, USA: Palaios, v. 14, p. 301-323.
Riding, R., 2004, Solenopora is a chaetitid sponge, not an alga. Palaeontology v. 47, p. 117-122.
Siesser, W.G., Hendley, J.W., III, Kessler, T.E., Marler, J.C., and Wehner, E.T., 1998, Caradocian chitinozoans from the Central Basin, Tennessee: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, v. 102, p. 213-222.
Stanley, G.D., Jr., 1977, Paleoecology of Subulites: a gastropod in the Middle Ordovician of central Tennessee: Journal of Paleontology, v. 51, p. 161-168.
Votaw, R.B., and Repetski, J.E., 1982, Conodonts from the Stones River Group (Middle Ordovician) of the central basin of Tennessee: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 14, p. 291.
Wehner, E.T., 1991, Chitinozoans of the Ordovician (Caradocian) Murfreesboro, Carters, and Hermitage Limestones of Central Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.
Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1949, Pre-Chattanooga stratigraphy in central Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 56, p. 1-407.
Wilson, C.W., Jr., and Wilson, J.M., 1962, The occurrence of Brachiospongia in the Ordovician of Tennessee: Tennessee Academy of Science Journal, v. 37, p. 117-118.
Zurawski, R.P., 1973, A reef community and its development in the Carters Limestone (Middle Ordovician) in Giles County, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.