2006
Rainforth, E.C. 2006. Comment on the proposed conservation of Palamopus E. Hitchcock 1845 (Ichnotaxa, Reptilia?). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 63: 202-204 (includes comments by Spencer Lucas [BZN 63:49-50] and Markus Moser [BZN 63:131-133])

Other papers


2007
Castleman, A. and E.C. Rainforth. 2007. Stop 4: Rubin Hill Road, Montague, NJ. P. 105 in Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip.

Freile, D., E.C. Rainforth and G.C. Herman. 2007. Stop 5: Gingerbread Castle Stromatolites, Hamburg, NJ. Pp. 106-111 in Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip.

Rainforth, E.C. (ed.) 2007. Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip. Geological Association of New Jersey, 112 pp. (Available for purchase from GANJ; Table of Contents)
 
Rainforth, E.C. 2007. Ichnotaxonomic updates from the Newark Supergroup. Pp. 49-59 in Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip.

Rainforth, E.C. 2007. Stop 3: Pocono Environmental Education Center, Dingmans Ferry, PA. Pp. 103-104 in Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip.

Rainforth, E.C. and M. Manzella. 2007. Estimating speeds of dinosaurs from trackways: a re-evaluation of assumptions. Pp. 41-48 in Rainforth E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip.


2003

Sues, H.-D. and E.C. Rainforth. 2003. Introduction (to Part II: Triassic-Jurassic Assemblages and Faunal Change). In P.M. LeTourneau and P.E. Olsen (eds.), The Great Rift Valleys of Pangea in Eastern North America, Vol. 2: Sedimentology and Paleontology. Columbia University Press, pp. 141-142.


2002
Olsen, P.E. and E.C. Rainforth. 2002. The "Age of Dinosaurs" in the Newark Basin. American Paleontologist 10:2-5.


2001

Olsen, P.E. and E.C. Rainforth. 2001. The "Age of Dinosaurs" in the Newark basin, with special reference to the lower Hudson Valley. In A.E. Gates and P.E. Olsen, P.E. (eds.), Geology of the Lower Hudson Valley, 2001 New York State Geological Association Field Trip Guide Book pp. 73:59-176. New York State Museum, Albany.
(Note: pdf is 50 MB!)


1996
Rainforth, E.C. and M.G. Lockley. 1996. Tracks of diminutive dinosaurs and hopping mammals from the Lower Jurassic of North and South America. In M. Morales (ed.), "The Continental Jurassic", Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 60:265-269.

Rainforth, E.C. and M.G. Lockley. 1996. Tracking life in a Lower Jurassic desert: Vertebrate tracks and other traces from the Navajo Sandstone. In M. Morales (ed.), "The Continental Jurassic", Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 60:285-289.
2010
*Bobo, D. and Rainforth, E.C. 2010. Growth in the dinosaur Coelophysis: implications for dinosaur speed estimates from trackways. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 42 (1):125


2008
Rainforth, E.C. and M. Howard*. 2008. Swimming theropods? A new investigation of unusual theropod footprints from Dinosaur State Park, Rocky Hill, CT (Newark Supergroup, eastern North America). Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 40 (2):79 (poster)

 2007
*Manzella, M. and E.C. Rainforth. 2007. Estimating speeds of dinosaurs: a re-evaluation of assumptions. 61st Annual Eastern Colleges Science Conference, College of Mt. St. Vincent, Bronx, April 2006 (poster).

Rainforth, E.C. 2007. Ichnotaxonomic updates from the Newark Supergroup. In Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip, p. 5.

Rainforth, E.C. 2007. Student engagement in a general education science course. The Teaching Professor Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2007; one of a series of 5 posters by Ramapo faculty on course redesign, resulting from Faculty Resource Center Teaching Circles Fall 2005-2006 (poster).

Rainforth, E.C. and M. Manzella*. 2007. Estimating speeds of dinosaurs from trackways: a re-evaluation of assumptions. In Rainforth, E.C. (ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey (II): Field Guide and Proceedings, Geological Association of New Jersey 24th Annual Conference and Field Trip, p. 4.


2006

*Osborne, J. and E.C. Rainforth. 2006. The footprint Apatopus lineatus from Late Triassic strata of Milford, NJ: to be a phytosaur or not to be a phytosaur, that is the question... Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 38 (7):554 (poster).

Rainforth, E.C. 2006. Antipus flexiloquus – the earliest pterosaur tracks from North America? Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 38 (2):82.

Rainforth, E.C. 2006. Feathers, tails, or claws? - a kinematic-taphonomic re-interpretation of some Connecticut Valley ichnogenera. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 38 (7):436 (poster).

Rainforth, E.C. 2006. The “stony books” – three-dimensional footprints from the Connecticut Valley. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 38 (3):71.

*Rusher, J.J., E. C. Rainforth, and F. Farrell. 2006. Two historic mines in the Highlands region of New Jersey and their effect on water quality. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 38 (2):81 (poster).


2005
Rainforth, E.C.
2005. Edward Hitchcock, ichnological nomenclature and footprint-maker identification in mid-nineteenth century North America. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 37 (7):406.

Rainforth, E.C
. 2005. Ichnological diversity in the Early Jurassic of the Connecticut Valley, eastern North America. Tracking Dinosaur Origins: The Triassic/Jurassic terrestrial Transition, St. George, Utah, March 14-16, 2005.


Rainforth, E.C.
2005. The Newark Basin Footprint Record. Geology of the central Newark Basin – the view from the 21st century: Geological Association of New Jersey 22nd Annual Meeting, October 7-8, 2005.


2004
*Martin, A. J. and E.C. Rainforth. 2004. A theropod resting trace that is also a locomotion trace: case study of Hitchcock’s specimen AC 1/7. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36 (2):96.

Rainforth, E.C. 2004. The footprint record of Early Jurassic dinosaurs in the Connecticut Valley: status of the taxon formerly known as Brontozoum. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36 (2):96.

*Safran, J. and E.C. Rainforth. 2004. Distinguishing the tridactyl dinosaurian ichnogenera Atreipus and Grallator: where are the latest Triassic Ornithischia in the Newark Supergroup? Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36 (2):96.


2002
*Olsen, P.E. and E.C. Rainforth. 2002. Continental tetrapod ichnofaunal succession and turnover in the Newark Supergroup (?mid/ Late Triassic and Early Jurassic, eastern North America) and temporally-equivalent strata in Morocco. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22:93-94A.

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