Warren Allmon's Complete Publications

* denotes peer-reviewed

*150. Allmon, W.D., 2005, The importance of museum collections in paleobiology. Paleobiology 31(1): 1-5.

149. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Globalization and trilobites. American Paleontologist, 12(4):1.

*148. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Googling Turritella, or the present and future value of the web for
paleontological research. Paleontologia Electronica 7.2.3

147. Allmon, W.D., 2004, A compendium of species of turritelline gastropods, Cretaceous to
Recent. Version 1.0
(www.priweb.org/Research/Master%20List%20Species%20Database.xls)

146. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Central New York plays role in the birth of modern geology. Cayuga
Lake Watershed Network News, Autumn, p. 6.

145. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Raymond Van Houtte, 1924-2004. American Paleontologist, 12(3): 23

144. Allmon, W.D., 2004, A leviathan of our own. The tragic and amazing story of North Atlantic right whale #2030. Special Publication No. 25, Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 69 pp.

143. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Paleontology in Antarctica. American Paleontologist, 12(3): 1.

142. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Invertebrates (in Review of year 2003 research in earth science).
Geotimes, 49(7): 38-39. (extended version at www.geotimes.org)

141. Allmon, W.D., and R.M. Ross, 2004, Earth system science and the new Museum of the Earth. American Paleontologist, 12(1): 9-12.

140. Allmon, W.D., 2004, A modern mass extinction. American Paleontologist, 12(2): 1.

139. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Editor's preface. In Geology of Seneca County, New York, by John W. Wells. W.D. Allmon, ed., Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, pp. 3-4.

138. Allmon, W.D., 2004, When and what is Earth Day? American Paleontologist, 12(1): i.

*137. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Tertiary Period. Encyclopedia Brittanica (in press)

*136. Allmon, W.D., 2004, Opening a new natural history museum in twenty-first century
America: A case study in historic perspective. In Natural History Institutions: Past,
Present, and Future. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, vol. 55,
Supplement 1, no. 11, A. Leviton, ed., pp. 245-266.

135. Allmon, W.D., 2003, The Museum of the Earth: the new face of natural history. American Paleontologist, 11(4): 2-5.

134. Allmon, W.D., 2003, (review of) Henry Fairfield Osborn. Race and the search for the
origins of man, by Brian Regal. American Paleontologist, 11(3):14-15.

133. Allmon, W.D., 2003, Invertebrates (in Review of year 2002 research in earth science).
Geotimes, 48(7): 30-31 (extended version at www.geotimes.org)

132. Hendricks, J.R., and W.D. Allmon, 2003, Cones: the shell of choice for evolution.
American Paleontologist, 11(2): 3-6.

131. Allmon, W.D., 2003, (review of) Drawing out leviathan. Dinosaurs and the science
wars, by Keith M. Parsons, and Paleoimagery. The evolution of dinosaurs in art, by
Alan A. Debus and Diane E. Debus. American Paleontologist, 11(1): 14-15.

*130. Ross, R.M., Harnik, P.G., Allmon, W.D., Sherpa, J.M., Goldman, A., Nester, P.L.,
Chiment, J.J., 2003, The Mastodon Matrix Project as an experiment with large-scale
public collaboration in paleontological research. Journal of Geoscience Education
51(1): 39-47.

*129. Burr, S.A., J.J. Chiment, and W.D. Allmon, 2003, A problematic fossil brings
paleontology to the community, the classroom, and the world. Journal of Geoscience
Education, 51(4): 361-364.

128. Allmon, W.D., 2002, (review of) The fate of the mammoth, by Claudine Cohen. Public
Understanding of Science, 11(4): 393-394.

127. Allmon, W.D., 2003, Gould as teacher and mentor: A student's appreciation. Odyssey
Magazine, 12(1): 32-33.

126. Allmon, W.D., 2002, Stephen J. Gould (1941-2002): A personal reflection on his life
and work. Journal of Paleontology, 76(6):937-939.

*125. National Research Council (Maples, C.G., W.D. Allmon, K.T. Biddle, D.D. Clarke, B.
Driver, T.R. Janecek, L.R. Musser, R.W. Schafer, R.M. Sneider, J.C. Steinmetz, S.
Zinke), 2002, Geoscience data and collections: national resources in peril. The National
Academies Press, 107 p.

*124. Allmon, W.D., 2003, Boundaries, turnover, and the causes of evolutionary change: a
perspective from the Cenozoic. In From Greenhouse to Icehouse. The marine Eocene-
Oligocene transition. D.Prothero, L. Ivany, E. Nesbitt, eds., Columbia University
Press, pp. 511-521.

123. Allmon, W.D., 2002, Invertebrates (in Review of year 2001 research in earth science).
Geotimes, 47(7) :25 (extended version at www.geotimes.org)

122. Allmon, W.D., 2002, (review of) Encyclopedia of paleontology, edited by R. Singer.
American Paleontologist, 10(2): 13-15.

121. Allmon, W.D., 2002, (review of) The fossil vertebrates of Florida, edited by R.C.
Hulbert. Quarterly Review of Biology, 77(2): 194-195.

*120. Teusch, K.P., D.S. Jones, and W.D. Allmon, 2002, Morphological variation in a
turritellid gastropod from the Pleistocene to Recent of Chile: associations with
upwelling intensity. Palaios, 17:366-377.

119. Allmon, W.D., 2001, Invertebrates (in Review of year 2000 research in earth science).
Geotimes, 46(7): 33-34.

118. Allmon, W.D., 2001, Text In Rock of Ages, Sands of Time. Paintings by Barbara Page.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 1-3, 5, 27, 63, 81, 107, 145, 171, 195, 229,
269, 303.

*117. Allmon, W.D., 2001, Nutrients, temperature, disturbance, and evolution: a model for
the Late Cenozoic marine record of the Western Atlantic. Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 166: 9-26.

*116. Allmon, W.D., 2001, Preservation in benthic marine communities. In Palaeobiology II.
D.E.G. Briggs and P.R. Crowther, eds., Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp. 303-307.

*115. Allmon, W.D., and R.M. Ross, 2001, Nutrients and evolution in the marine realm. In
Evolutionary paleoecology. The ecological context of macroevolutionary change.
W.D. Allmon and D.J. Bottjer, eds., Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 105-148.

114. Allmon, W.D., and D.J. Bottjer, 2001, Evolutionary paleoecology: the maturation of a
discipline. In Evolutionary paleoecology. The ecological context of macroevolutionary
change. W.D. Allmon and D.J. Bottjer, eds., Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 1-8.

*113. Allmon, W.D., and R.M. Ross, 2000, An art exhibit on dinosaurs and the nature of
science. Journal of Geoscience Education, 48: 296-299,357-358.

112. Allmon, W.D., and M. Lane, 2000, Orphaned and endangered collections in
invertebrate paleontology: a call for a national solution. In Guidelines for the
management and curation of invertebrate fossil collections. R.D. White and W.D.
Allmon, eds., Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 10, pp. 43-50.

111. Allmon, W.D., and T. Poulton, 2000, The value of fossil collections. In Guidelines for
the management and curation of invertebrate fossil collections. R.D. White and W.D.
Allmon, eds., Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 10, pp. 5-24.

110. Allmon, W.D., and R.D. White, 2000, Introduction. In Guidelines for the management
and curation of invertebrate fossil collections. R.D. White and W.D. Allmon, eds.,
Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 10, pp. 1-4.

109. Allmon, W.D., 2000, Collections. In Fossils and the future. Paleontology in the 21st
Century. H.R. Lane, J. Lipps, F.F. Steininger, R.L. Kaesler, W. Ziegler, and J.
Lipps, eds., Senckenberg-Buch Nr. 74, Frankfurt, pp. 203-214.

108. Allmon, W.D., 1999, Patterns of change in fossil invertebrates. In D. Springer and J.
Scotchmoor, eds., Evolution: Investigating the evidence. The Paleontological Society
Special Publications, vol. 9, pp. 187-202.

107. Allmon, W.D., 1999, Perceiving change with continuity: morphologic patterns in the
fossil record using an analogy. In D. Springer and J. Scotchmoor, eds., Evolution:
Investigating the evidence. The Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 9,
pp. 147-154.

*106. Jones, D.J., and W.D. Allmon, 1999, Pliocene marine temperatures on the west coast of
Florida: estimates from mollusk shell stable isotopes. In J.H. Wrenn, J.-P. Suc, and
S.A.G. Leroy, eds., The Pliocene: Time of Change. American Association of
Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Dallas, Texas, pp. 241-250.

105. Allmon, W.D., and R.M. Ross, 1998, Ithaca is gorges. A guide to the geology of the
Ithaca area. Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 18 pp.

*104. Allmon, W.D., P.J.Morris, and M.L.McKinney, 1998, An intermediate disturbance
hypothesis of maximal speciation. In Biodiversity dynamics. Turnover of populations,
taxa, and communities. M.L.McKinney and J.A. Drake, eds., Columbia University
Press, NY, pp. 349-376.

103. Allmon, W.D., 1997, Mass extinction, biodiversity, and the future of paleontology. In
Dinofest International, Proceedings of the Symposium, D.L.Wolberg and E. Stump,
eds., pp. 513-517. (Reprinted in: Science that matters. Vol. II, Kendall/Hunt
Publishing, 2003)

102. Allmon, W.D., 1997, Collections in paleontology. In Paleontology in the 21st Century
Workshop. H.R. Lane, J. Lipps, F.F. Steininger, and W. Ziegler, eds., Kleine
Senckenbergreihe No. 25, pp. 155-159.

101. Allmon, W.D., 1997, Learning from history: mass extinction in the past, present and
future. MAPS Digest (Mid-America Paleontology Society), 20(4): 1-16.

100. Allmon, W.D., 1997, Round Rocks. Teaching Earth science as a process of discovery.
Teachers' guide and companion to the video. Paleontological Research Institution,
Ithaca, NY, 50 pp.

99. Allmon, W.D., and D.H.Griffing. 1996. "Round Rocks": teaching the principles of
Earth science and paleontology. In Learning from the fossil record. J.Scotchmoor and
F.K. McKinney, eds., Paleontological Society Papers, vol. 2, pp. 137-146.

98. Griffing, D.H., and W.D.Allmon, 1996, Fossils in the field: real and "virtual"
experiences. In Learning from the fossil record. J.Scotchmoor and F.K. McKinney,
eds., Paleontological Society Papers, vol. 2, pp. 53-58.

97. Allmon, W.D., 1996, Prehistoric oceans. An explorer's guide. Running Press,
Philadelphia, 64 pp.

*96. Allmon, W.D., 1996, Evolution and systematics of Cenozoic American Turritellidae
(Gastropoda). I. Paleocene and Eocene species related to "Turritella mortoni Conrad"
and "Turritella humerosa Conrad" from the U.S.Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains.
Palaeontographica Americana 59, 134 pp.

*95. Allmon, W.D., G.Rosenberg, R.Portell, and K.Schindler, 1996, Diversity of Pliocene-
Recent mollusks in the Western Atlantic: extinction, origination and environmental
change. In Evolution and environment in tropical America. J.B.C.Jackson, A.G.Coates
and A.F.Budd, eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 271-302.

*94. Emslie, S.D., W.D.Allmon, F.J.Rich, J.H.Wrenn, and S.D.deFrance, 1996, Integrated
taphonomy of an avian death assemblage in marine sediments from the Late Pliocene of
Florida. Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeoclimatology 124:107-136.

*93. Allmon, W.D., S.D.Emslie, D.S.Jones and G.S. Morgan, 1996, Late Neogene
paleoceanographic change along Florida's west coast: evidence and mechanisms.
Journal of Geology 104:143-162.

92. Allmon, W.D., 1995, Paleontological collections -- a need for a new consensus.
American Paleontologist 3(3): 8-10.

91. Allmon, W.D., 1995, Introduction. [to volume on "Biostratigraphy and Evolution in the
Coastal Plain"] Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology 27:vii.

90. Allmon, W.D., and P.J. Morris, 1995, Mass extinction: so what? An agenda for
paleontology into the next century. Geotimes 40(3):4.

*89. McKinney, M.L., and W.D. Allmon, 1995, Metapopulations and disturbance: from patch
dynamics to biodiversity dynamics. In New approaches to speciation in the fossil
record. D.Erwin and R.Anstey, eds. Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 123-183.

*88. Allmon, W.D., M.P.Spizuco, and D.S. Jones, 1995, Taphonomy and paleoenvironment
of two turritellid-gastropod-rich beds, Pliocene of Florida. Lethaia, 28(1): 75-84.

*87. Jones, D.S., and W.D. Allmon, 1995, Records of upwelling, seasonality and growth in
stable-isotope profiles of Pliocene mollusk shells from Florida. Lethaia, 28(1): 61-74.

86. Allmon, W.D., 1994, Reorganization and preliminary inventory of the microfossil
collections of the Paleontological Research Institution. Journal of Foraminiferal
Research 24(4):209.

85. Allmon, W.D., 1994, Reorganization of the collections at the Paleontological Research
Institution. Journal of Paleontology 68(6):1410-11.

84. Allmon, W.D., 1994, The collection of Recent mollusks at the Paleontological Research
Institution. Veliger 37(4):430.

*83. Allmon, W.D., 1994, The value of natural history collections. Curator 37(2):82-89.

*82. CoBabe, E.A., and W.D.Allmon, 1994, Effects of sampling on paleoecologic and
taphonomic analyses in high diversity fossil accumulations: an example from the
Gosport Sand, Middle Eocene, Alabama. Lethaia, 27: 167-178.

*81. Allmon, W.D., D.S.Jones, R.L.Aiello, K.Gowlett-Holmes, and P.K.Probert, 1994,
Observations on the biology of Maoricolpus roseus (Quoy and Gaimard)
(Prosobranchia: Turritellidae) in New Zealand and Australia. The Veliger 37(3):
267-279.

*80. Allmon, W.D., 1994, Patterns and processes of heterochrony in lower Tertiary
turritelline gastropods, U.S.Gulf and Atlantic coastal plains. Journal of Paleontology,
68(1): 80-95.

*79. Allmon, W.D., 1994, Taxic evolutionary paleoecology and the ecological context of
macroevolutionary change. Evolutionary Ecology 8:95-112.

78. Allmon, W.D., 1993, Chinese food. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil
Club). 6(9):3-5.

77. Allmon, W.D., 1993, A letter from a creationist. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa
Bay Fossil Club). 6(8):3-4.

76. Allmon, W.D., 1993, The phenakistascope. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 6(6):6-8.

75. Allmon, W.D., 1993, Geology and Steve Martin. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa
Bay Fossil Club). 6(5):5-7.

74. Allmon, W.D., 1993, In defense of paleontology. Geotimes 38(11):5.

73. Allmon, W.D., 1993, The Dickey Flatt Test. Washington Post, May 1.

72. Allmon, W.D., 1993, The Paleontological Research Institution -- New movement in old
directions. ASC Newsletter 21(1):7-8.

*71. Morris, P.J., and W.D.Allmon, 1993, Shell alignment for the morphometric analysis of
high-spired gastropods. The Nautilus 108(1):15-22.

*70. Allmon, W.D., G.Rosenberg, R.W.Portell, and K.S.Schindler, 1993, Diversity of
Atlantic coastal plain mollusks since the Pliocene. Science 260:1626-1628.

*69. Lieberman, B.S., W.D.Allmon, and N.Eldredge, 1993, Levels of selection and
macroevolutionary patterns in the turritellid gastropods. Paleobiology 19(2):205-215.

*68. Allmon, W.D., and J.L.Knight, 1993, Paleoecological significance of a turritelline
gastropod-dominated layer in the Cretaceous of South Carolina. Journal of Paleontology
67:355-360.

67. Allmon, W.D., 1993, (review of) Eocene-Oligocene climatic and biotic evolution.
D.R.Prothero and W.A.Berggren, eds. American Paleontologist 1(2):7-8.

66. Allmon, W.D., 1993, (review of) The new catastrophism. The importance of the rare
event in geological history. by D.Ager. Science 262:122-123.

65. Allmon, W.D., 1993, Do southern Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds have large-scale
paleobiological significance? In The Neogene of Florida and adjacent regions.
Proceedings of the Third Bald Head Island Conference on Coastal Plains Geology.
Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 37, V.A.Zullo, W.B.Harris, T.M.Scott,
and R.W.Portell, eds., pp. 67-72.

*64. Ketcher, K., and W.D.Allmon, 1993, Environment and mode of deposition of a Pliocene
coral bed: coral thickets and storms in the fossil record. Palaios 8:3-17.

*63. Allmon, W.D., 1993, Age, environment and mode of deposition of the densely
fossiliferous Pinecrest Sand (Pliocene of Florida): implications for the role of biological
productivity in shell bed formation. Palaios 8:183-201.

62. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Darwin on trial (again!). Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa
Bay Fossil Club). 6(4): 3-5.

61. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Stone walls and mass extinction. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(14):5-7.

60. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Leatherback turtles. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 5(13): 4-6.

59. Allmon, W.D., 1992, The world of energy. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 5(12):7-8.

58. Allmon, W.D., 1992, What's wrong with this picture? Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(11):4-5.

57. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Woodpeckers. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil
Club). 5(10):5-7.

56. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Whence South Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds? In Plio-
Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of South Florida. Florida Geological Survey
Special Publication No. 36, T.M.Scott and W.D.Allmon, eds., pp. 1-20.

55. Allmon, W.D., 1992, What, if anything, should evolutionary paleoecology be? Online.
Palaios 7:557-558.

54. Allmon, W.D., 1992, (review of) The miner's canary. by N. Eldredge and On
Methuselah's trail. by P.D.Ward. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7(7):245-246.

53. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Whence South Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds? (and why
does it matter?) American Conchologist 20(4):6-8.

52. Allmon, W.D., 1992, A creationist official isn't qualified to manage our natural
resources. Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, Oct. 2.

*51. Allmon, W.D., and D.T.Dockery, 1992, A turritelline gastropod-dominated bed in the
Byram Formation (Oligocene) of Mississippi. Mississippi Geology 13(2):29-35.

*50. Allmon, W.D., 1992, A causal analysis of stages in allopatric speciation. Oxford Surveys
in Evolutionary Biology 8:219-257.

*49. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Role of nutrients and temperature in extinction of turritelline
gastropods in the northwestern Atlantic and northeastern Pacific. Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 92:41-54.

*48. Allmon, W.D., 1992, Genera in paleontology. Definition and significance. Historical
Biology 6:149-158.

*47. Allmon, W.D., D.S.Jones, and N.Vaughan, 1992, Observations on the biology of
Turritella gonostoma Valenciennes (Prosobranchia, Turritellidae) from the Gulf of
California. The Veliger 35(1):52-63.

46. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Why Janey and Johnny don't understand evolution. Tampa Bay
Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(8):4-5, 5(9):4-5.

45. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Spanish moss, manatees, Darwin, and Einstein. Tampa Bay Fossil
Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(6):5-6, 5(7):3-4.

44. Allmon, W.D., 1991, The Florida Panther, evolution, and us. Tampa Bay Fossil
Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(5):3-4.

43. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Trees. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club).
5(4): 5-6.

42. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Causes of evolution, in Florida and elsewhere. Tampa Bay Fossil
Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(3):6-7.

41. Allmon, W.D., 1991, The Florida Peninsula. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 5(2):6-8.

40. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Sharks. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club).
5(1):6-7.

39. Allmon, W.D., 1991, Keeping an open mind. St. Petersburg (FL) Times, 23 June.

38. Cuffe, C.K., A.E.Gibbs, and W.D.Allmon, 1991, Taphonomic signature of shell
accumulations in cores: indicator of depositional environments in Holocene nearshore
sediments, west central Florida. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies,
Transactions 41:123-131.

*37. Allmon, W.D., 1991, A plot study of forest floor litter frogs, Central Amazon, Brazil.
Journal of Tropical Ecology 7:503-522.

*36. Anderson, L.C., D.H.Geary, R.H.Nehm, and W.D.Allmon, 1991, Stereotyped behavior
but unpredictable prey-preferences in naticid gastropod predation upon Varicorbula
caloosae and Chione cancellata, Plio-Pleistocene of Florida, USA. Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 85: 29-46.

*35. Geary, D.H., W.D.Allmon, and M.L.Reaka-Kudla, 1991, Stomatopod predation on
fossil gastropods from the Plio-Pleistocene of Florida. Journal of Paleontology 65(3):
355-360.

34. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Who cares what a nautilus is? Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 4(9): 4-5.

33. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Why are there so many species of snails? Tampa Bay Fossil
Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 4(8): 6-7.

32. Allmon, W.D., 1990, What, why, and how is a species? Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 4(7): 4-5.

31. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Clams aren't snails. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 4(6): 4-5.

30. Allmon, W.D., 1990, How good is the fossil record? Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 4(2): 4-5.

29. Allmon, W.D., 1990, The good old days. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 4(1):4-6.

28. Allmon, W.D., 1990, What are ostracodes for? Earth Science 43(3):38.

27. Allmon, W.D., 1990, What are we doing to evolution? World and I Magazine,
December, pp. 337-343.

26. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Universities can do more to help serve our country.
St. Petersburg (FL) Times, Sept. 23.

25. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Teaching, research two sides of the university coin.
St. Petersburg (FL) Times, May 24.

24. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Fossils, sediments and shells. Earth Science 43(2):38.

23. Allmon, W.D., 1990, What does it all mean? The individual in Darwin's world. Earth
Science 43(1): 38.

22. Allmon, W.D., 1990, (review of) Speciation and its consequences. D.Otte and
J.A.Endler, eds. Historical Biology 4:143-149.

21. Allmon, W.D., 1990, Whence South Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds? In Plio-
Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of South Florida. Southeastern Geological
Society Fieldtrip Guidebook. W.D.Allmon and T.M.Scott, eds., n.p.

*20. Allmon, W.D., and R.M.Ross, 1990, Specifying causal factors in evolution: the
paleontological contribution. In Causes of evolution. A paleontological perspective.
R.M.Ross and W.D.Allmon, editors. University of Chicago Press, pp. 1-17.

*19. Geary, D.H., and W.D.Allmon, 1990, Biological and physical contributions to an
accumulation of strombid gastropods in a Pliocene shell bed. Palaios 5:259-272.

*18. Allmon, W.D., J.C.Nieh, and R.D.Norris, 1990, Drilling and peeling of turritelline
gastropods since the Late Cretaceous. Palaeontology 33(3):595-611.

*17. Allmon, W.D., 1990, A review of the Bullia group (Neogastropoda: Nassariidae), with
comments on its evolution, biogeography and phylogeny. Bulletins of American
Paleontology 99(335), 179 pp.

16. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Death and the individual in Darwin's world. Tampa Bay Fossil
Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 3(9):4-5.

15. Allmon, W.D., 1989, What is the geological time scale? Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer
(Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 3(8): 4-5.

14. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Invisible evolution. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil
Club). 3(6):4-5, 3(7):4-5.

13. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Why study evolution? Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 3(5):8-9.

12. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Fossils and evolution, again. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa
Bay Fossil Club). 3(4):2-3.

11. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Fossils and evolution. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay
Fossil Club). 3(3):4-5.

10. Allmon, W.D., 1989, What do paleontologists do? Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa
Bay Fossil Club). 3(2): 4-5.

9. Allmon, W.D., 1989, An invertebrate paleontologist in Florida. Tampa Bay Fossil
Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 3(1):6.

8. Allmon, W.D., 1989, (review of) Arguments on evolution. A paleontologist's perspective,
by A.Hoffman. Historical Biology 3(2): 160-165.

7. Allmon, W.D, 1989, (review of) Ecology -- Potentials and limitations. by T.Fenchel.
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*6. Allmon, W.D., 1989, Paleontological completeness of the record of lower Tertiary
mollusks, U.S. Gulf and Atlantic coastal plains: implications for phylogenetic
studies. Historical Biology 3(2): 141-158.

5. Allmon, W.D., 1988, (review of) Neutral models in biology. A.Hoffman and M.Nitecki,
eds. Cladistics 4:403-405.

*4. Allmon, W.D., 1988, Ecology of living turritelline gastropods (Prosobranchia,
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*3. Allmon, W.D., 1987, Mass extinctions past and present. Journal of Geological Education 35:197-202.

2. Allmon, W.D., 1986, Response to Norman D. Levine. Bioscience 36(8):526.

1. Allmon, W.D., 1985, Why study evolution? Dartmouth Alumni Magazine 77(6):39-42.