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1. New Turonian (Cretaceous) ammonite genera from Nigeria. Colon. Geol. Min. Resour. (1954), 4, 148-164.

2. Some new Upper Cretaceous ammonites from Nigeria. Ibid. (1954), 4, 248-270.

3. The stratigraphy of the Southern Cameroons. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1954), 76, 661- 683.

4. Some examples of homeomorphy in Nigerian Cretaceous ammonites. Ibid. (1955), 77, 567-594.

5. Upper Cretaceous Mollusca (Lamellibranchia and Gastropoda) from Nigeria. 2 (1955), 5, 127-155.

6. Zusätzliche Bemerkungen über die Stratigraphie Kameruns. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1955),424-426.

7. The Cretaceous Ammonoidea of Southern Nigeria and the Southern Cameroons. Bull. geol. Survey Nigeria (1956), 25, 112 pp.

8. On the stratigraphy and palaeontology of Nigeria and the Cameroons, British West Africa. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1956), 78, 17-96.

9. Über den Bau von Speetoniceras versicolor (Trautschold) aus dem Neokom Rußlands. Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläont. Monatsh. (1956), 2, 101-105.

10. Zur Stammesentwicklung der Ammonitengattungen Gombeoceras Reyment und Pseudotissotia Peron. Ibid. (1956), 11, 520-524.

11. Über Farbspuren bei einigen Ammoniten. Ibid. (1957), 8, 343-351.

12. On the occurrence of Santonian in northeastern Nigeria. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1957), 1, 35-40.

13. X-ray determinations of some cephalopod shells. Ibid. (1957), 1, 91-96. With O. Eckstrand.

14. Über einige wirbellose Fossilien aus Nigerien und Kamerun. Paläontographica (1957), 109A, 41-70.

15. Notes on some Globigerinidae, Globotruncanidae and Globorotaliidae from the Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary of Western Nigeria. Records geol. Surv. Nigeria (1957), 68- 86.

16. Some factors in the distribution of fossil cephalopods. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1958), 97- 184.

17. Über einige Ammoniten aus dem Coniac Kolumbiens und Venezuelas. Ibid. (1958), 2, 1-25.

18. Neubeschreibung der Redtenbacher'schen Ammonitenoriginale aus den Gosauschichten. Ibid.(1958), 2, 31-49.

19. Übersichtliche Ergänzung von F. Solgers "Die Fossilien der Mungokreide in Kamerun und ihre geologische Bedeutung (1904)". Ibid. (1958), 2, 51-72.

20. On Liassic ammonites from Skåne, Southern Sweden. Ibid. (1958), 2, 103-157.

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21. Zur Fassung der Foraminiferengattung Aragonia. Paläont. Zeitschr.

(1959), 33, 108-112.

22. The foraminiferal genus Afrobolivina gen. nov. and Bolivina in the Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary of West Africa. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1959), 3, 1-57.

23. Bairdia ilaroensis sp. nov. aus dem Paläozän Nigeriens und die Gültigkeit der Gattung Bairdoppilata (Ostr., Crust.). Ibid. (1959), 3, 59-68. with Eva Reyment.

24. Review of the stratigraphy of the Cretaceous System in Nigeria. Proc. 20th Intnl geol. Congr.(Mexico, 1956) (1959), 119-133.

25. Die Ostracodengattung Paijenborchellina im Unter-Eozän Nigeriens. Stockh. Contr. Geol.(1959), 3, 139-143.

26. A note on the Foraminifera in a sediment core from the Mindanao Trough. Rep. Swedish Deep Sea Expedition: Vol. 6: Sediment cores from the West Pacific. (1959), 6, 141-1 56.

27. Notes on the internal structure of some Jurassic and Cretaceous ammonites. Stockh. Contr.Geol.(1959), 2, 19-39.

28. Zur Kenntnis der Ostracodengattung Buntonia. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1959), 3, 157-164. With O. Elofsson.

29. Über das Vorkommen von Apt-Ammoniten im Untergrund Südschwedens. Ibid. (1960), 5, 111-115.

30. Studies on Nigerian Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Ostracoda. I, Senonian and Maastrichtian Ostracoda. Ibid. (1960), 7, 238 pp.

31. Notes on the Cretaceous-Tertiary transition in Nigeria. 21st Intnl geol. Congr. (Norden) Part 6(1960), 131-135.

32. Notes on the study of evolutionary changes in ostracods. 21st Intnl geol. Congr.(Norden).(1960). Part 6, 7-17.

33. The biostratigraphy of the Cretaceous and Tertiary deposits in Nigeria and the adjacent area of Cameroun. J. Inst. Geol. Univ. Moscow (1961), 36, 26-36. Text in Russian.

34. Factors influencing the distribution of the shells of cephalopods. Paleont. Djurnal (1961), 4, 12-16. Text in Russian.

35. Quadrivariate principal component analysis of Globigerina yeguaensis. Stockh. Contr. Geol.(1961), 8, 17-26.

36. A note on geographical variation in European Rana. Growth (1961), 25, 219-227.

37. Biometric study of Actinocamax verus from the Upper Cretaceous of the Russian Platform.Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1962), 9, 147-206. With D. P. Naidin.

38. Geologutbildningen i Sovjetunionen. Svensk Naturvetenskap (1962), 257-263. Distributed in English translation issued by the British Embassy, Stockholm.

40. Observations on homogeneity of covariance matrices in paleontologic biometry.Biometrics(1962), 18, 1-11.

41. Certain aspects of the physiology of Cypridopsis (Ostracoda, Crustacea). Stockh. Contr. Geol.(1962), 9, 207-242. With Bo Brännström.

42. Bohrlöcher bei Ostracoden. Paläont. Zeitschr. (1963), 37, 283-291.

43. Effects of certain environments on the carapace of the freshwater ostracod Cypridopsis vidua.Nature (1963), 192, 4866, 2 pp.

44. Biometric study of Barremites subdifficilis. Palaeontology (1963), 6, 727-730. With P. Sandberg.

45. Paleontological applicability of certain recent advances in multivariate statistical analysis.Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1963), 85, 236-265.

46. Multivariate analytical treatment of quantitative species associations. J. anim. Ecol. (1963), 32,535-547.

47. Notes on the description of post-Paleozoic fossil ostracods. J. Paleont. (1963), 37, 682- 687.

48. Occurrence of Recent Paijenborchellina. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (1963), 13, 271-272.

49. Studies on Nigerian Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Ostracoda. Part II, Danian,Paleocene and Eocene Ostracoda. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1963), 10, 1-286.

50. Albian ammonites from Fossil Creek, Oodnadatta, South Australia. Trans. roy. Soc. South Australia (1964), 88, 21-35.

51. Coiling and form in South Australian Labeceratidae. Trans. roy. Soc. South Australia. (1964),88, 37-40.

52. Note on an upper salinity tolerance level for Cypridopsis (Ostracoda). Crustaceana (1964), 7,75-76.

3. The Future of Geology in Nigeria. Inaugural lecture at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria (1964).Ibadan University Press, 12 pp.

54. Biostratigraphie et micropaléontologie du Paléogène de la Nigéria Occidentale. Bureau Rech.Géol. Min. (1964), 28, 839-847.

55. Quantitative paleoecologic analysis of Ewekoro and Oshosun Formations of Western Nigeria.Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1964), 86, 248-256.

56. Review of Nigerian Cretaceous-Cenozoic stratigraphy, J.nig. Min. Geol. Metall. Soc. (1964), 1,61-80.

57. Sedimentary sequence of the Nigerian coastal basin. In: Sedimentary Coastal Basins around Africa: Part 1 (1964), 125-151.

58. Aspects of the Geology of Nigeria (1965), Ibadan University Press, 144 pp.

59. Upper Cretaceous fossil molluscs in South America and West Africa. Nature (1965), 207, p. 1384.

60. Quantitative morphologic variation and classification of some Nigerian Paleocene Cytherellidae. Micropaleontology (1965), 11, 457-465.

61. Short Course in Vertebrate Paleontology (1965). Ibadan University Press, 101 pp. Lecture Notes.

62. Afrobolivina africana (Graham, de Klasz, Rérat): quantitative Untersuchung der Variabilität einer paläozänen Foraminifere. Eclog. Geol. Helvet. (1966), 59, 319-337.

63. Morphologische Variation bei zwei fossilen Arten der Gattung Cibicides Montfort (For.,Prot.).Paläont. Zeitschr. (1966), 40, 65-69.

64. Observations on the variability of Sagrina circumspinosa (de Klasz and Rérat) (Eocene,Foraminifera). Nigerian J. Science (1966), 1, 65-70.

65. Homogeneity of covariance matrices in relation to generalized distances and discriminant functions. Kansas Geological Survey Symposium. Computer Contributions (1966), 7, 5-9. Reissued by G.S. Kansas.

66. Preliminary observations on gastropod predation in the western Niger Delta. Palaeogeogr.Palaeogeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1966), 3, 81-102.

67. Studies on Nigerian Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Ostracoda. Part III. Stratigraphical, Paleoecological and Biometrical Conclusions. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1966), 14, 151 pp.

68. Excursion to the Ewekoro area, Western Nigeria. Proc. Second West African Micropalaeontological Colloquium (1966), 275-288.

69. Procedures of quantitative evaluation of variability in foraminifers. Ibid. (1966), 176- 204.

70. Brief review of the stratigraphical sequences of West Africa (Angola to Senegal). Ibid. (1966), 162-176.

71. Biostratigraphy in West Africa. Ibid. (1966), 1p.

72. Post-colloquium excursion to Eastern Nigeria. Ibid. (1966), 292-295.

73. Review of non-paleomagnetic evidence for the continental drift of West Africa and Brazil.Symposium on Continental Drift (Montevideo, 1967), Ed. J. T. Wilson (1967), 2p.

74. A note on Paleocene nautiloids from Nigeria. Colon. Geol. Min. Resour. (1967), 10, 47- 55.

75. Origin and development of the foraminiferal genus Pseudohastigerina Banner and Blow,1959.Micropaleontology (1967), 13, 265-288. With W. A. Berggren and R. Olsson.

76. Systems analysis in paleoecology. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1967), 89, 440-447.

77. Note on free oxygen in connexion with negative redox potentials in relation to Ostracoda.Crustaceana (1967), 13, 124-126. With R. Hallberg.

78. Paleoethology and fossil drilling gastropods. Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. (1967), 70, 33-50.

79. Stratigraphy of some boreholes in the Western Region of Nigeria. J. Nig. Min. Geol. Metall.Soc.(1967), 2, 1-11.

80. A multivariate palaeontological growth problem. 36th Session Intnl Statistical Institute (Sydney, 1967). Preprint subsequently published in J statist. Inst., Amsterdam (1968). 2pp.

81. Problems and pitfalls in computer statistics. Internal publication of the Geological Survey of Kansas (1967), 101 pp.

82. Developments, outlooks and trends in Palaeontology. J. Paleont. (1968), 42, 1327-1377. One of several coauthors.

83. Multivariate statistical analysis in geology. Proc. European Meeting on Stat. Econ. and Manag. Sci. (Amsterdam). (1968), 12 pp.

84. Biometrical techniques in Systematics. Systematic Biology Conference, Ann Arbor (1967) (1969), 542-547.

85. A multivariate paleontological growth problem. Biometrics (1969), 22, 1-8.

86. Orthoconic nautiloids as indicators of shoreline surface currents. J. sed. Petrol. (1968), 38, 1387-1389.

87. Statistical analysis of some volcanologic data regarded as series of point events. Pure and Appl. Geophysics (1969), 74, 57-77.

88. FORTRAN IV program for the generalized statistical distance and analysis of covariance matrices for the CD3600 computer. Computer Contributions, Geological Survey of Kansas (1969), 39, 41 pp. With H. Å Ramdén (first author) and W. Wahlstedt.

89. Textilina mexicana (Cushman) from the western Niger Delta. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1969), 1, 75-81.

90. Upper Sinemurian (Lias) at Gantofta, Scania. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Fören. (1969), 91, 208-216.

91. A note on Promicroceras. Ibid. (1969), 91, 440-442.

92. Statistical analysis of sexual dimorphism in some groups of living animals. In Sexual Dimorphism in fossil Metazoa and taxonomic implications. Ed. G. Westermann (1969). Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 21-27.

93. Interstitial ecology of the Niger Delta. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1969), 1, 121- 159.

94. Some case studies of the statistical analysis of sexual dimorphism. Ibid. (1969), 1, 97- 119.

95. Ammonite biostratigraphy, continental drift and oscillatory transgressions. Nature (1969), 224,137-140.

96. Buntonia olokundudui sp. nov. (Ostr. Crust.): a study of meristic variation in Paleocene and Recent ostracods. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1969), 1, 83-94. With L. Van Valen.

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97. FORTRAN IV program for canonical variates analysis for the CD3600 computer. Computer Contributions, Geological Survey of Kansas (1970), 47, 1-39. With H. Å Ramdén (first author).

98. Vertically imbedded cephalopod shells. Palaeoecol. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. (1970), 3, 103-111.

99. Covariance structure and morphometric analysis - a contribution to paleogenetics. Math.Geol.(1969), 1, 185-197.

100. Eigen-theory in numerical taxonomy. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1970), 2, 67- 72.

101. . Editor for International Palaeontological Union (1970), 88 pp publ. by Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala NS 2.

102. A note on some trace elements in the Ceratopyge-limestone, Scania. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh.(1979), 92, 403-403. With U. Sturesson.

103. Quantitative paleoecology of some Ordovician orthoconic nautiloids. Palaeogeogr.Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1970), 7, 41-49.

104. Spectral breakdown of morphometric chronoclines. Math. Geol. (1970), 2, 365-376.

105. Periodicity in Namurian sediments of Derbyshire, England (a quantitative sedimentary analysis).Sedimentary Geology (1971), 5, 23-36. With J. Collinson.

106. Sydatlantiska havets uppkomstsätt (the origin of the South Atlantic Ocean). Svensk  Naturvetenskap (1970) (1971), 87-92.

107. Note sur le genre Hoplitoides dans la région de l'Atlantique Sud. C. R. Bull. Soc. Geol. France(1971), 7, p. 258.

108. Vermuteter Dimorphismus bei der Ammonitengattung Benueites. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N.S.(1971), 3, 1-18.

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109. Callovian ammonites (lamberti-zone) found in an erratic concretion near Svedala, Scania. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1971), 3, 19-25.

110. Experimental studies of Cretaceous transgressions for Africa. Bull. geol. Soc. America (1971), 82, 1063-1072.

111. Minor ebb structures and shell orientations on a tidal beach (Bay of Arcachon, France).Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1971), 9, 265-275.

With input by Britt-Louise Richardsdotter Reyment.

112. L'influence d'une tornade sur la morphologie d'une plage (Bassin d'Arcachon, France). Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala NS. (1971), 2, 123-125.

113. Introduction to Quantitative Paleoecology (1971), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 226 pp.

114. Multivariate Morphometrics (1971), Academic Press, London, 412 pp. With R. E. Blackith (first author).

115. Cretaceous (Albian-Turonian) geology of the South Atlantic. Symposium on African Geology (Ibadan, 1970) (1972), 505-512.

116. Some minor chemical constituents of the shell of Macoma balthica. Oikos (1971), 22, 414-416. With U. Sturesson.

117. Multivariate normality in morphometric analysis. Math. Geol. (1971), 3, 357-368.

118. Models for studying the occurrence of lead and zinc in a deltaic environment. Mathematical Models of Sedimentary Processes; Symposium, Intnl Sedim. Congr. (Heidelberg, 1971)(1972),233-245.

119. Biostratigraphical dating of the early history of the South Atlantic Ocean. Phil. Trans. roy.Soc. London (1972), B 264, 55-95. With E. A. Tait.

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120. Sur le genre Hoplitoides dans l'Atlantique Sud. Bull. Soc. géologique de France (1972), 12, 913- 915.

121. The age of the Niger Delta. Proc. 24th Intnl Geol. Congr. (Montreal, Canada) (1972), Section 6, 11-13.

122. Faunal evidence for the origin of the South Atlantic. Ibid. (1972), Section 7, 316-323. With E.A. Tait.

123. Application of multivariate morphometrics in paleontology. Ibid. (1972), Section 7, 238- 245.

124. An erratic Amaltheus from drift at Möens Klint, Denmark. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1972), 94, 464-466.

125. Some Lower Turonian ammonites from Trinidad and Colombia. Ibid. (1972), 94, 357- 368.

126. Factors in the distribution of fossil cephalopods. Part III. Experiments with exact models of certain shell types. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1973, 4, 7-41.

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127. Buoyancy control and siphuncle function in ammonoids. Palaeontology (1973), 16, 623-636. With H. Mutvei.

128. Analysis of volcanic earthquakes of Asamayama (Japan). Symposium 105 of the International Geological Congress (1972). (1976), Springer Verlag, 6 pp.

129. The discriminant function in Systematic Biology. NATO Symposium on Discriminant Functions (Athens, 1972). Ed. T. Cacoullos (1973), 28 pp.

130. L'histoire de la mer transcontinentale saharienne pendant le Cénomanien-Turonien. Bull.Soc. géol. France (1973), 13, 6 pp.

131. Paléontologie évolutive et nouvelle tectonique. Biogéographie et liaisons intercontinentales au cours du Mésozoique. Proc. 17th Intnl Zool. Congr. (Monte Carlo, 1972). Ed. T. Monod (1972),15 pp.

132. Canonical correlation analysis of hemicytherinid and trachyleberinid ostracodes in the Niger Delta. Bull. American Paleont. (1973), 65 (262), 121-125. (Proceedings of Intnl Ostracod Symposium, Delaware: Ed. F. Swain).

133. Application des méthodes paléobiologiques à la théorie de la dérive des continents. Rép.Géol. Dynam. Géogr. Phys. (2) 16, 61-70. (1974).

134. Cretaceous history of the South Atlantic ocean. Nato Symposium on Continental Drift (Newcastle, 1972) (1973), Ed. D. Tarling & S. K. Runcorn, Academic Press, London, Vol 2: 805-814.

135. Growth and variation in Eurypterus. Bull geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1973), 4, 1- 50. With H. Andrews, J. C. Brower and S. J. Gould.

136. Multivariate analysis of populations split by continental drift. Math. Geol. (1974), 6, 173-181. With E. M. H. Neufville.

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137. Analysis of a generic level transition in Cretaceous ammonites. Evolution (1975), 28, 665-676.

138. Sur quelques problèmes de la paléobiogéographie de la Tethys occidentale. Sixth Colloquium on African Micropaleontology (Tunis, 1974). (1977) Ann. Mines Géol. (Tunis), 28, 321-328.

139. Geological Factor Analysis. Elsevier Amsterdam (1976), xii + 180 pp. With K. G. Jöreskog (first author) and J. E. Klovan.

140. Lexique Stratigraphique (Afrique de l'Ouest). in Lexique Stratigraphique Internationale,IUGS Stratigraphical Commission N. S. (1983). Ed. J. Fabre, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 175-358.

A coauthor.

141. Statistical recognition of terrestrial and marine sediments in the Lower Cretaceous of Portugal. Proc. Sedim. Congr, Nice (1975) (1976), Pergamon Press, 53-59. With P. Y. Berthou and B. Å. Moberg.

142. The interpretation of the smallest principal component. Festschrift A. V. Vistelius (1978), Publ Akad. Nauk USSR, 163-168. In Russian.

143. Morphometrical study of Choffat's vascoceratids. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N. S.(1978),6, 73-83. . (1978), 8, 95-97.

With P. Y. Berthou and J. C. Brower.

144. Some applications of point processes in Geology. Math. Geol

145. Cretaceous transgressions in Nigeria and Sergipe-Alagoas (Brazil). Proc. Symposium Intn Geodynamics Commission, Sao Paolo (1975). Anais Acad. Bras. Ciencias(1976), Supplement 48,253-264.

146. Invited discussion on D. Vere-Jones: "Stochastic Models for Earthquake Occurrence". J. roy.statist. Soc. B (1970), 32, 55-56.

147. Geomagnetic reversal data statistically appraised. Tectonophysics (1976), 31, 73-91.

148. The age of zap. Contributions of the Geology Department, Syracuse University (1972), 2, 19-26

149. Reply to Westermann (1975): Palaeontology, 18, 437-439. With H. Mutvei.

150. Cretaceous transgressions and regressions exemplified by the South Atlantic. Japan. J.Paleont.(1977), 21, 247-261. From the proceedings of the Mid-Cretaceous Events meeting in Mikasa, Hokkaido (1976). With N. A. Mörner.

151. Events of the Mid-Cretaceous in South America. Proc. Congr, Brasil. Geol. Soc., Belo Horisonte, 1976. (1979) Anais Acad, brasil. Ciencias, 51, 489-500.

152. Stratigraphy of the Keana-Awe area of the Middle Benue region of Nigeria. Bull. geol. Instn.Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1977), 7, 37-66. With M. E. Offodile (first author).

153. Historical geology and palaeontology at Uppsala. Jubilee publication in celebration of Uppsala University's first 500 years. Univ. Uppsala (1977).

154. Logging wells by quantitative biostratigraphical methods. Proc. African Micropal.Colloquium(1976), Ife, Nigeria.

155. Growth-free canonical variates applied to fossil foraminifers. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N.S.(1976), 7, 11-21. With C. Banfield.

156. The Mid-Cretaceous of the Nigerian coastal basin. Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat Nice (1978).

Proceedings of the Mid-Cretaceous Events symposium, xxii-xxi10.

157. Maximum likelihood factor analysis of Recent Ivorian sediments. Niger.J. MiningMetall.(1976), 13, 35-37. With Eva Reyment.

158. Chemical components of the environment and Late Campanian microfossil frequencies.Geol. Fören. Stockh. Förh. (1976), 98, 322-328.

159. Variation in discrete characters in Cytheridae. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1977), 7,23-36. With I. Hayami and G. Carbonnel (first author).

160. Las transgresiones del Cretácico Medio en el Atlántico Sur. Revista geol. Argentina (1977),32, 291-299.

161. New observations on the statistical properties of polarity reversals. Proceedings of Symposium at the Intnl Geological Congress, Sydney, Australia (1976). Published 1978 in Recent Advances in Geomathematics, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 107-116.

162. Notes on Lower Turonian ammonites from Loma el Macho, Coahuila, Mexico. Bull. geol.Instn Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1977), 7, 85-101. With G. Chancellor and E. A. Tait.

163. Quantitative biostratigraphical analysis exemplified by Moroccan Cretaceous ostracods.Micropaleontology (1978), 24, 24-43.

164. Slotting of borehole sequences. Math. Geol. (1979), 11, 309-324. With A.D Gordon.

165. West African and North American transgressional maxima and the dispersal of marine organisms. J. Afr. Earth Sciences (1983), 1, 255-262.

166. Analysis of asymmetric relationships in geological data. In Future Trends in Geomathematics. (1981), Ed. R. C. Craig and M. L. Labowitz, Dion Ltd. London, 245- 253. With C. F. Banfield.

167. Relations paléogéographiques entre l'Espagne et l'Afrique occidentale. Cahiers de Micropaléontologie (1978), 4, 65-69.

168. Analyse quantitative des Vascocératidés à carènes. Ibid. (1978), 4, 57-64.

169. Discriminant analysis of a Cretaceous foraminifer using shrunken estimators. Math.Geol.(1978), 10, 347-359. With N. A. Campbell.

170. Pore variations in Afrobolivina afra Reyment. Micropaleontology (1979), 25, 44-49. With Eva Reyment.

171. Note on ostracod distributions in the Paleocene trans-Saharan epicontinental ocean. Proc. Second Geol. Conference on Libya, Tripoli (1978).

172. Graphical display of growth-free variation in the Cretaceous benthonic foraminifer Afrobolivina afra. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1978), 25, 267-276.

173. Morphometrical Methods in Biostratigraphy. (1980), Academic Press, London, 175 pp.

174. Biostratigraphical logging methods. Computers in Geology (1978), 4, 261-268.

175. Biometrics in Paleontology. In Dowdon, Fairbridge and Jablonski (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Paleontology (1980).

176. The Paleocene trans-Saharan transgression and its ostracod fauna. Second Symposium on the Geology of Libya (Tripoli, 1978) (1980). Geology of Libya I, 245-254. With Eva Reyment.

177. Analysis of the extinction of the Late Cretaceous foraminifer Afrobolivina afra. Symposium on Catastrophe Theory in Biology and Geology (Syracuse, New York). Cretaceous Research (1980),

1, 143-164. With M. Dodson (first author).

178. Multivariate Morphometrics. Chapter in Handbook of Statistics (Ed. P. R. Krishnaiah): Vol.2:Classification, Pattern Recognition and Reduction of Dimensionality. North Holland Publishing Co. (1982), 721-745.

179. Multivariate analysis in statistical paleoecology. In Multivariate Methods in Ecological Work.Eds. L. Orloci, C. R. Rao and W. M. Stiteler: Vol. 7 in Statistical Ecology. International Cooperative Publishing

House, Maryland, U. S. A. (1980), 211-235.

180. New trends in the multivariate analysis of paleontologic data. Geomathematics: Past, Present and Prospects. Geological Contributions of Syracuse University (1980), 5, 57-64.

181. Cretaceous-Tertiary transition in parts of West Africa. In Symposium on Cretaceous- Tertiary Boundary Events. Ed. T.Birkelund and W. Kegel Chistensen. Proceedings Part II (1979), 235-236. Copenhagen.

182. On the interpretation of the smallest principal component. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N.S.(1979), 8, 1-4.

183. Variation and ontogeny in Bauchioceras and Gombeoceras. Ibid. (1979), 8, 89-111.

184. Paleo-oceanology and paleobiogeography of the Cretaceous South Atlantic Ocean.Oceanologica Acta (1980), 3, 127-133.

185. Beobachtungen über die Ostrakoden der Coniactransgression im Saharagebiet. Monatshefte des neuen Jahrbuchs (1980), 252-256.

186. Signification paléobiogéographique de la répartition de Oertliella  tarfayaensis au Maroc. Révue de Micropaléontologie (1980), 22, 186 - 190.

187. La problemática global del Cretácico medio. Cuadernos Geologica Ibérica (1980), 5, 317-326.

188. Robust multivariate procedures applied to the interpretation of atypical individuals of a Cretaceous foraminifer. Cretaceous Research (1980), 1, 207-221. With N. A. Campbell.

189. Floating orientations of cephalopod shell models. Palaeontology (1980), 23, 931-936.

190. Mid-Cretaceous Events - IGCP Project 58. Nature and Resources (1980), 16, 28-34.

191. Trends in Cretaceous and Tertiary geomagnetic reversals. Cretaceous Research (1980), 1, 27-48.

192. Biogeography of the Saharan Cretaceous and Paleocene epicontinental

transgressions.Cretaceous Research (1980), 1, 299-327.

193. Correlating between electrical borehole logs in palaeoecology. In Quantitative Stratigraphic Correlation, Eds. J. Cubitt and R. A. Reyment, Wiley and Son, New York (1982), 233-240.

194. Morphological variation in time of a Paleocene species of Cytherella. In P. Sylvester Bradley Memorial Volume, Ed. R. Bate. Fossil and Recent Ostracods. Ellis Howard Ltd. for the British Micropalaeontological Society (1982), 165-168.

195. Notes on Upper Cretaceous ostracods from southwestern Morocco. Cretaceous Research(1982), 3, 405-414.

196. Threshold characters in a Cretaceous foraminifer. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1982), 38, 1-7.

197. Asymmetry analysis of geologic homologues on both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar. Math. Geol.(1982), 13, 523-533.

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198. Geologicheskii Faktorni Analiz (1980). Russian translation of publication 139. Published by NEDRA, Leningrad.

199. The Ostracoda of the Kalambaina Formation, northwestern Nigeria. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N. S. (1982), 9, 51-65.

200. West Africa. In R. A. Reyment and P. Bengtson Eds. Aspects of Mid-Cretaceous Regional Geology (1981), 133-160. Academic Press, London.

201. Colombia. In Ibid. (1981), 175-195.

202. The computer in paleontology. In Computer Applications in the Earth Sciences: an update of the 70's. Ed. D. F . Merriam (1981). Plenum Press, New York, 282-303. Invited paper.

203. Quantitative palaeobiogeography of the Saharan epicontinental transgressions. Bull. geol. Dept. Ahmadu Bello Univ, Zaria (1979), 1, 14-62.

204. Note on the possible occurrence of Vascoceras (Greenhornoceras) in the Niger Republic.Cretaceous Research (1981), 2, 117-118. With C. W. Wright and J. Schöbel.

205. Application of quantitative genetic principles to fossils. Geol. Fören. Stockh. Fören. (1981), 103, 145-146.

206. Les voyageurs suédois: aspects physiques et linguistiques. Etudes Tsiganes (1981), 27, 1- 14.

207. Application of quantitative genetics to evolutionary series of  microfossils. Nordic Symposium in Applied Statistics and Data Processing "Statistik og Genetik" (1982), Forlag NEUCC, Copenhagen. 307-325.

208. Analysis of secular changes in foraminifers and ostracods in the light of quantitative-genetic principles, In Colloquium on Modes, Tempi and Mechanisms of Evolution: Phyletic Gradualism or Punctuated Equilibria (1982), Preprint of invited contribution, 1-16.

209. Quantitative-genetic analysis of evolution in two Late Cretaceous species of ostracods. Proc.N. American Palaeontological Convention (NAPC III), Montreal, 1982, 1-7.

210. Speciation in a Late Cretaceous lineage of Veenia (Ostracoda). J. Micropalaeontology (1982), 1, 37-44. Invited contribution.

211. Quantitative Stratigraphic Correlation. Wiley and Sons, London and New York (1982), Ed. by J. M. Cubitt and R. A. Reyment.

212. Analysis of trans-specific evolution in Cretaceous ostracods. Paleobiology (1982), 8, 293- 306.

213. Phenotypic evolution in a Cretaceous foraminifer. Evolution (1982), 36, 1182-1199.

214. Size and shape variation in some Japanese Upper Turonian (Cretaceous) ammonites. Stockh. Contr. Geol. (1983), 37, 201-214.

215. Internal structure of Bolivina and Afrobolivina. Micropaleontology (1983), 29, 50-59. Awarded Editor's Prize to  Eva Reyment for SEM work.

216. Application of quantitative genetics to evolutionary series of microfossils. Biometrics (1982),38, 1105.

217. Quantitative analysis of the vocabularies of Norwegian and Swedish travellers. J. Gypsy Lore Society (1983), Ser. 4, 2, 62-68.

218. Phenotypic evolution in microfossils. Evolutionary Biology (1983), 16, 209-254.

219. Moors and Christians: an example of multivariate analysis applied to human bloodgroups. Annals of Human Biology (1983), 10, 505-522. (see also publ. 357).

220. Petroleum Geology in Nigeria. J. African Earth Sciences (1983), 1, 177-180.

221. Palaeontological aspects of island biogeography: colonization and evolution of mammals on Mediterranean islands. Oikos (1983), 41, 299-306. Invited contribution.

222. Quantitative genetic analysis of secular changes in fossil foraminifers and ostracods. Colloques internationaux de CNRS (1983), 330: Modalités, Rhythmes et Mécanismes del'Evolution Biologique, 319-326. Invited contribution.

223. Résumé of the Geology of Nigeria. Art 8 in Lexique Stratigraphique International N. S. 1:"Afrique de l'Ouest" (1983), Ed. J. Fabre, 8, 127-135. IUGS Stratigraphical Commission. With E.A. Tait. Pergamon Press, Oxford.

224. Le post-Paléozoique du Mali. Ibid. (1983). 9b, 140-142. With J. Schöbel.

225. Le post-Paléozoique de Cote d'Ivoire et du Ghana. Ibid. (1983), 12, 153-154.

226. Le post-Paléozoique de Sénégal. Ibid. (1983), 13, 155-157.

227. Le post-Paléozoique du Niger. Ibid. (1983), 9a, 136-139.

228. The events of the Mid-Cretaceous. In Stratigraphy Quo Vadis, AAPG Studies in Geology(1984), Eds. E. Seibold and J. D. Meulenkamp, 16, 45-48.

229. Multivariate Morphometrics. Second Edition (1984), Academic Press, London, 232 pp. With R. E. Blackith and N. A. Campbell.

230. Translation into Chinese of No. 114 by Xiao Yigue (1983). (Introduction to Quantitative Paleoecology).

231. Upper Cretaceous ostracods of North Central Spain. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N. S.(1984), 10, 67-110.

232. Preliminary account of middle Cretaceous ostracods from Segovia and Guadalajara Provinces (Spain). Cuadernos Geología Ibérica (1984), 8, 195-218.

233. Shaping up to shape. Terra Cognita (1985), 5, 21-22.

234. Mid-Cretaceous Events. Report on the results obtained by IGCP Project No. 58. (1985). Eds.R. A. Reyment and P. Bengtson. Special Volume, Publ. Paleont. Instn. Univ. Uppsala, 5, 1-132.With an Appendix by W. J. Kennedy.

235. Multivariate morphometrics and the analysis of shape. Math.Geol. (1985), 17, 591-609.

236. Phenotypic evolution in a lineage of the Eocene ostracod Echinocythereis. Paleobiology(1985), 11, 174-194.

237. Kolichestvennaya Stratigraficheskaya Korrelyatsiya. (1985). Russian translation of 211 by Prof. D. A. Rodionov. Mir, Moscow, 376 pp.

238. Nekroplanktonic dispersal of echinoid shells. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol. (1986) 52, 347-349.

239. On Veenia (Nigeria) nigeriensis Reyment. Stereo Atlas of Ostracod Shells (1986), (8), 39, 46.With Eva Reyment.

240. On Togoina attitogonensis Apostolescu. Ibid. (1986), (13), 27, 121-128. With Eva Reyment and S.Majoran.

241. On Nigeroloxoconcha oyesesei Reyment. Ibid. (1986) (13), (26), 117-120. With Eva Reyment.

242. On Nigeroloxoconcha oniseguni Reyment. Ibid. (1986), (13)(25), 113-116. With Eva Reyment.

243. Events of the Mid-Cretaceous. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (1986), 16, 213 pp + ix. Compiled by R. A. Reyment and P. Bengtson: Summary account of the results of Project 58 of the IGCP "Mid-Cretaceous Events". Pergamon Press, Oxford.

244. Ostracods and Evolution. Terra Cognita (1986),6, 643-654.

245. Transgressional maxima of the Late Cretaceous in the western Tethys. Intnl Symposium on Shallow Tethys No. 2 (1987), 303-308. Balkema, Rotterdam.

246. Spanish and North African region of Tethys in the Late Cretaceous. Ibid. (1987),309- 317.

247. Chemometricians convene at Ulvik. Terra Cognita (1986), 6, 651-652. With D. C. Smith.

248. Morphometrics in Evolutionary Biology. Review of Bookstein et al. (1985), Acad. Nat. Sci.Philadelphia. Biometrics (1986), 1002, 42.

249. Ornamental polymorphism and morphological integration in Brizalina

mandoroveensis (Miocene, Cameroun). Jl. african Earth Sciences (1987), 6, 293-299.

250. Palaeogeography of Africa during the Cretaceous Period. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim.Palaeoecol. (1987), 59, 93-116. With R. V. Dingle.

251. Correlation of chemical and physical environmental fluctuations in a Late Cretaceous borehole sequence - a multivariate study. Sedimentary Geology (1987), 53, 311-325. With U. Sturesson.

252. Multivariate analysis in Geoscience - fads, fallacies and future. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems (1987), 2, 79-81.

253. Predation by boring gastropods on Late Cretaceous and Early Paleocene ostracods.Cretaceous Research (1987), 8, 189-209. With Eva Reyment and Avram Honigstein.

254. Variability in two species of Aurila (Ostr. Crust.) from the Pliocene of Almayate (Málaga,Spain).The Compass (1987), 64, 182-194. With J. F. Aranki.

255. A foraging model for shelled cephalopods. In J. Wiedmann and J. Kullmann Eds. Cephalopods - Present and Past (1988), Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, 687-703.

256. Ecophenotypic variation in Mutilus pumilis (Ostracoda) from Australia studied by canonical variate analysis and tensor biometrics. J.

Micropalaeontology (1988), 7, 11-20. With F. L. Bookstein, K. G. McKenzie and S. Majoran.

257. Application of ostracods in quantitative geology. Pp 257-276 in P. De Deckker, J.P. Colin and J. P. Peypouquet Eds. Ostracoda in the Earth Sciences (1988), Elsevier, Amsterdam.

258. Evolutionarily significant polymorphism in marine ostracods. pp 987-1000 in T. Hanai, N. Ikeya K. Ishizaki Eds. Evolutionary Biology of Ostracoda (1988). Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, 11, Elsevier, Amsterdam: Kodansha, Tokyo

259. Discussion to K. Abe and K. L. Choe. Ibid. (1988), p. 373.

260. The Statistical Analysis of Compositional Data, by John Aitchison. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems (1988) 2, 254-256.

261. The International Association for Mathematical Geology. Ibid. (1988), 262. On Reticulocosta ornatoreticulata Reyment. Stereoatlas of Ostracod Shells (1988), (15)(10),37-40.With Eva Reyment.

263. Does sexual dimorphism occur in Upper Cretaceous ammonites? Senckenbergiana Lethaea(1988), 69, 109-119.

264. Predation and feeding in the naticid gastropod Naticarius intricatoides (Hidalgo). Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. (1988), 68, 49-52. With S. Guerrero first author..

265. Note on a further occurrence of Soudanella laciniosa Apostolescu in northeastern Brazil. Jl  african Earth Sciences (1988), 7, 779-781. With Wolfgang Stinnesbeck.

266. La dégradation de la langue comme une fonction de l'assimilation des tsiganes (exemple de la Scandinavie). Tsiganes: Identité, Evolution. Ed. Patrick Williams (1989), pp 327-348. Etudes Tsiganes, Syros Alternative, Paris. Contribution to the quantitative linguistics of Rom languages.

267. Differentiation between the traces of predation of muricids and naticids in Spanish Pliocene Chlamys. Estudios Geol. (1988), 44, 317-328. With S. Guerrero first author.

268. Compositional Data Analysis. 1989. Terra Nova, 1:29-34.

269. Microevolution in two species of ostracods from the Santonian (Cretaceous) of Israel. Historical Geology (1988), 1, 303-322. With K. Abe, F. L. Bookstein, A. Honigstein, A. Almogi-Labin, A. Rosenfeld, O. Hermelin.

270. On "Statistics and Data Analysis" by John C. Davis. Biometrics (1988), 44, 918.

271. A note on spinosity in Afrobolivina afra (Foraminifera). Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N. S.(1988), 15, 1-6. With Eva Reyment.

272. Note on Cretaceous transgressive peaks and their relations to geodynamic events for the Arabo-Nubian and northern African Shields. J. african Earth Sciences (1989), 8: 65 - 73. With A. Flexer.

273. On Bythoceratina gobanensis n. sp. Stereoatlas of Ostracod Shells (1989), 16: 21-24. With Eva Reyment.

274. The Krithe-problem - first test of Peypouquet's hypothesis with a redescription of Krithe praetexta praetexta (Crustacea, Ostracoda). Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol. (1989), 74:

343-354. With K.G. McKenzie (first author), S. Majoran, V. Emami.

275. Subaerial hunting behaviour in Natica gualteriana (naticid gastropod). Ibid. (1989), 74, 355-364.;with E. Savazzi (first author)..

276. Microevolution in Miocene Brizalina (Foraminifera) studied by canonical variate analysis and analysis of landmarks. Bull. Math. Biology (1989), 51: 657-679. With F. L. Bookstein( first author).

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277. Geoscience and Gypsies: the universal power of statistical ordination

techniques.InSpeculations in Science and Technology (IBM Conference, London, March 1989). 1989, 255-268.

278. Review of major transgressions of the Cretaceous exemplified by the Tethys and South Atlantic.In Pathways in Geology (Edwin Hills Memorial Volume, Melbourne University Press) 1989, 220-229.

279. The art of tilting at windmills: the moral of the mid-Cretaceous. Newsletters in Stratigraphy, (1990) 22: 1-6. With P. Bengtson.

280. Pleistocene and Recent Ostracoda from Goose Lagoon Drain, Victoria and Kingston, South Australia. Bull. geol. Instn Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1990) 16: 1-46. With K. G. McKenzie (first author)  and Eva R. Reyment.

281. Reprint of article 252 in Chemometrics Tutorials (1990). Ed. D. L. Massart, R. G. Brereton, R.E. Dessy, P. K. Hopke, C. H. Spiegelman and W. Wegscheider., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 354-366.

282. Phenotypic plasticity in a Cretaceous ammonite analysed by multivariate statistical methods;a methodological study. Evolutionary Biology, (1990), 25: 411-426. With W. James Kennedy.

283. Discussion on p. 648 to R. Maddocks (1988): One hundred million years of predation on ostracods: the fossil record in Texas. Evolutionary Biology of the Ostracods, Elsevier- Kodansha, Tokyo.

284. Sobre el proceso de predación de Naticarius dillwyni (Payraudeau, 1826) y Tectonaticafilosa (Philippi, 1845) bajo condiciones de laboratorio. Boletin R. Soc. Espan. Hist. Nat. (Sección Biología)(1990), 86: 1-4. With S. Guerrero, E. Hergueta, P. Palmquist.

285. Reification of classical multivariate statistical analysis in morphometry. Chapter 5 (pp. 122- 144) in Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometric Workshop (Editors: F. James Rohlf and FredL. Bookstein)(1990). Special Publication No. 2 of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.

286. Sven Nilsson (1787-1883). Terra Nova (1991), 3, 108-109.

287. Johannes Walther (1860-1937). Ibid. (1991), 3, 221-222.

288. Alcide Charles Victor Marie d'Orbigny (1802-1857), Ibid. (1991), 3, 340-343.

289. Multidimensional Palaeobiology. Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1991. With an Appendix by Leslie F. Marcus. 416 pages.

290. Eocene-Oligocene Ostracoda from South Australia and Victoria, Australia. Revista Española de Paleontología (1991), 6: 135-175. With K. G. McKenzie and Eva Reyment.

291. On the Tertiary genus Soudanella Apostolescu (1961) (Ostracoda, Crustacea). J.Micropalaeontology (1991), 10: 23-28. With J. F. Aranki.

292. Jöns Jakob Berzelius (1779-1848). Terra Nova (1992), 4, 136-139.

293. Richard Arthur Reyment. The Heraldry Gazette (1991), NS xlii, 6-7. With E. N. Taylor.

294. Random walk and quantitative stratigraphical sequences. Terra Nova, (1992), 4: 147- 151. With F. L. Bookstein.

295. Nils Stensen (1638- 1686) - our patron saint? Terra Nova (1992), 4, 420-423.

296. Marine Late Miocene to Early Pleistocene Ostracoda of southern Spain, with the description of Vejeria new genus. Bull. geol. Instn. Univ. Uppsala N.S. (1992), 17, 1-20. With J. Farhan Aranki, K. G. McKenzie  (first author) and Eva R. Reyment.

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297. Eocene Ostracoda from the Browns Creek Clays at Browns Creek and Castle Cove, Victoria, Australia. Revista Española de Paleontología (1993), 8: 75-116. With K. G. McKenzie and Eva R.Reyment.

298. Roderick Impey Murchison (1792-1871). Terra Nova (1993), 5, 108-111.

299. Applied Factor Analysis in the Natural Sciences.

R. A. Reyment and K. G. Jöreskog 1993.Cambridge University Press, New York. With an Appendix by Leslie F. Marcus. 371 pages.

300. What can we learn from the past? Terra Nova (1993), 5: 322-323. With N. A. Mörner.

301. L'Ornementation chez l'Ostracode Phalcocythere du Paléocène: Résultat d'une action morphogène antagoniste? Lethaia (1993), 26: 81-88. With G. Carbonnel (first author).

302. Ornamental and shape variation in Hemicytherura fulva McKenzie, Reyment and Reyment (Ostracoda; Eocene, Australia). Revista Española de Paleontología (1993), 8: 125-131.

303. Infraspecific variability in shape in Neobuntonia airella: an exposition of geometric morphometry. In Ostracoda in the Earth Sciences 1993 (Editors: K. G. McKenzie and P. J. Jones) Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Ostracoda, Warrnambool, Australia,

292-314. Balkema, Rotterdam. With F. L. Bookstein.

304. Quantitative genetics in Palaeontology: evolution in Tertiary Ostracoda. IAMG Studies in Mathematical Geology (Eds: John C. Davis and Ute Herzfeld) (1993), 5: 155- 168. With K. G. McKenzie.

305. Huxley, J. S. Problems of Relative Growth. Johns Hopkins University Press (1993).Biometrics, 50: 893-894.

306. Heinrich Edmund Naumann. Terra Nova, 6(5), 544-548. With Katsumi Abe (1994).

307. Analysis of geographic shape-variation in Vargula hilgendorfi (Ostr., Crust.). Revista Española de Paleontología: No Homenaje al Dr. Gulliermo Colom, 26-30 (1995).

308. Carl Johan Ernst Wiman (1867-1944). Terra Nova, 7, 103-105 (1995).

309. Taxonomic relationships in Terebratulina (Brachiopoda) established by multivariate morphometrics. Revista Española de Paleontología, 10(1): 109-116. (1995). With K, Endo (first author) and G.Curry.

310. On multivariate morphometrics applied to Ostracoda. In Járosláv Ríha Ed. Ostracoda and Biostratigraphy: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Ostracoda (Prague,1994): 43-48. Balkema, Rotterdam (1995).

311. Morphometrics of Vargula hilgendorfii (Müller), (Ostracoda, Crustacea). Mitt. hamb. zool.Mus. Inst., 92, 325-336 (1995). With Katsumi Abe.

312 P. 299 in W. D. K. Green: Spline-based deformable models. In Vision Geometry, IV, SPIEProceedings vol. 2573; edited by R. A. Melter, Angela Y. Wu, F. L. Bookstein and W. D. K. Green,pp. 290-301 (1995).

313. Fossil intra-crystalline biomolecules of brachiopod shells: diagenesis and preserved geobiological information. Organic Geochemistry, 23: 661-673. K. Endo, (first author), D. Walton, R. A. Reyment, and G. B. Curry (1995).

314. Case study of the statistical analysis of chemical compositions exemplified by ostracod shells .Environmetrics, 7(1): 39-47 (1996).

315. Eduard Suess (1831-1914). Terra Nova, 8: 105-107 (1996).

316. Charles M. Sternberg (1850-1932). Terra Nova, 8: 203-206 (1996).

317. Carl Ferdinand Roemer (1818-1891). Terra Nova, 8: 298-300 (1996).

318. An idiosyncratic history of early morphometrics. Advances in Morphometrics. Ed. L. F.Marcus etc., Plenum, N.Y. (1996): 15-21.

319. Some applications of geometric morphometrics to Ostracoda. Advances in Morphometrics,Ed. L. F. Marcus etc., Plenum (1996): 387-398.

320. Charles Lyell (1797-1875). Terra Nova (1996), 8, 390-393 (1996).

321. Applied Factor Analysis in the Natural Sciences. With K. G. Jöreskog. Second printing of No.299.Cambridge University Press, New York (1996).

322. The Turonian stage and substage boundaries. Compiled by P. Bengtson with contributions by W. A. Cobban, P. Dodsworth, A. S. Gale, W. J. Kennedy, M. A. Lamolda, T. Matsumoto, R. A. Reyment (Chairman), E. Seibertz and K.A. Tröger. Bull. Inst. roy. Sciences Naturelles de

Belgique, Sciences de la Terre, Vol. 66 (Supplement), 69-79 (1996).

323. Henry Thomas De La Beche (1796-1855). Terra Nova, 8, 489-492 (1996).

324. John Phillips (1800-1874). Terra Nova, 8, 492-494 (1996).

325. Evolution of shape in Oligocene and Miocene Notocarinovalva (Ostr., Crust.). Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 59: 63-87 (1997).

326. Multiple group principal component analysis. Journal of Mathematical Geology. 29:1, 197-224 (1997)

327. On Hemicythere fulva (McKenzie, Reyment and Reyment). Stereo-Atlas of Ostracod Shells, 23(3), 9-12. (1996). With K.G. McKenzie and Eva. R. Reyment.

328. William Smith (1769-1839) - The father of English geology. Terra Nova,8, 662-664. (1996).

329. Taxonomic recognition of species of Neogastroplites (Ammonoidea, Cenomanian) by geometric morphometric methods. Cretaceous Research, 19, 1-18 (1998). With W. James Kennedy.

330. Chikyu-kagaku no kyogi tachi. Tokai University Press (1998). 185 pp. (In Japanese). (On notable personages in the earlier history of geological science.). Reprinted (1999). With K. Abe.

331. Stability of estimates in applied multivariate analysis in Geology. Proceedings of I.A.M.G. Vol. I, (1998), Ischia, Italy. (Eds. A. Buccianti, G. Nardi, R. Potenza). De Frede Editores Napoli.(1998), 479-483.

332. Polished stone axes in Benin. N.C.N.D., 1-31. G. Connah, R.A. Reyment, N. K. Grant, D. R. Goddard (1965).

333. Review of second printing of F. L. Bookstein: Morphometric tools for Landmark Data:Geometry and Biology. Cambridge University Press, (Paperback Edition (1997).Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 141, 171-173. (1998).

334. Multivariate statistical analysis of geochemical data exemplified by Proterozoic dyke swarms in Sweden. (1999). GFF, 121, 49-55.

335. Drilling gastropods. Chapter 16 in E. Savazzi (Ed.). Functional Morphology of theInvertebrate Skeleton. Wiley and Sons (1999), pp. 197-204.

336. Functional morphology and sexual dimorphism in the bioluminescent ostracod Vargula hilgendorfii and related species. Ibid. Chapter 34., pp. 509-515. With Katsumi Abe and Fuminori Shinozaki. 1999.

337. Exploratory multivariate statistical analysis of geochemical data from the Cenomanian-Turonian transition of the Yezo Supergroup, Hokkaido, Japan. Cretaceous Research, 21, 1-8 (with H. Hirano). 1999.

338. Statistical analysis of sulphide inclusions in diamonds: a contribution to the multivariate analysis of compositional data. Chemie der Erde, 59, 207-221.

339. Aspects of Multivariate Statistical Analysis in Geology. Elsevier, Amsterdam (with Enrico Savazzi). 1999. 285 pp + Compact Disk.

340. A note on reiterated phenotypes in species of Neogastroplites (Ammonoidea, Cenomanian, Cretaceous). Cretaceous Research, 21, 3 pp. (with Nobuhiro Minaka), 2000.

341. Synopsis of newer multivariate methods in Geology. IN Geological Data Analysis: Statistical Methods, Eds. H. S. Pandalai and P. K. Saraswati. Recent Researches in Geology 18, Hindustan Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1-38. (2000).

342. Protocoles Mathématiques: Application à la forme, l’écologie, la géochimie des Ostracodes.Geobios, 924-928. (2000).

343. Statistical Shape Analysis. Review of I. L. Dryden and K. V. Mardia, Wiley and Sons (1998),347 pp. Mathematical Geology, 383-387. (2000).

344. Morphological links in an evolutionary sequence of the Cretaceous ammonite genus Metoicoceras Hyatt. Cretaceous Research, 21 (with W. James Kennedy). (2000).

345.Multivariate Techniques: Chapter in Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, MacMillan, pp. 1-10. 2001.

346. Morphometrics. Chapter in Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, eds A. El Shaarawi and W. W. Piegorsch, Wiley and Sons, pp. 1-7. 2001.

347. Evolution in Morphometric Traits in North American Collignoniceratinae (Ammonoidea, Cephalopoda), Pal. Soc. Japan (with W. James Kennedy ). Vol. 5: 45-54 .2001.

348. Size and shape variation in Egyptian Eocene Ostracoda studied by morphometric methods.(With A. M. T. Elewa). Mathematische Geologie), Band 6, pp. 3-14. (2002).

349. Predation by drills on Ostracoda. (With A. M. T. Elewa). In Predation in the Fossil Record;Topics in Geobiology, Vol. 20. Kluwer, N. Y. (2003).

350. Morphometric analysis of variability in the shell of some Nigerian Turonian (Cretaceous) ammonites. Cretaceous Research, 24/6, pp. 789-803 (2003).

351. Instability in principal component analysis and the quantification of polyphenism in palaeontological data. Mathematical Geology, 36/5, pp. 629-638 (2004).

352. A quantitative procedure for chemostratigraphy. Stratigraphy, 1, 103-104 (2004).

353. Active migration and passive transport of marine organisms in the fossil record. Migrational Patterns and Evolution (Ed. A. M. T. Elewa), Springer Verlag, chapter 2, 7-23 (2005).

354. Aspects of applied morphometrics. Zeitschrift der deutschen geologischen Gesellschaft, 154,263-274 (2005).

355. The statistical analysis of multivariate serological frequency data. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 67, 1303-1313 (2005).

356. On models for the dynamics of predator-prey interaction. In Predation in Organisms – a Distinct Phenomenon. Ed. A. M. T. Elewa, pp. 171-176, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg (2006).

357. Moros y Cristianos. Introducción y comentario de Professor Abderrahmán Medina Molina.Web Islam , Fuente 16, 1-11 (2006).

358. On stability of compositional canonical variate vector components. From Buccianti, A.,Mateu-Figueras, G. & Pawlowsky-Glahn, V. (eds.) Compositional Data Analysis in the Geosciences: from Theory to Practice. Geological Society, London. Special Publications 264, 59-66. (2006).

359. A note on heterogeneity in northern Pacific populations of the brachiopod species Lingula anatina, Earth Evolution Sciences, 1, 1-4), with K. Endo and Y. Tsjujimoto. (2007).

360. Foreword to Automated Taxon Identification in Systematics edited by Norman MacLeod. The Systematics Association Special Volume Series 74, ix – xi. (2007).

361. Review of The Geometry of Evolution adaptive Landscapes and Theoretical Morphospaces. By George McGee, Cambridge University Press (2007), Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 10:2, 4 pp. (2008).

362. A note on seasonal variation in radiolarian abundance. Reprinted from Natural Mineral Resources Research DOI: 10.1007/s1053-008-9064-y. Progress in Geomathematics, G. F.Bonham-Carter and Q. Cheng (eds.), pp 413-430 pp, with Isao Motoyama, Miyuki Ota, Yuichiro Tanaka. Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2008).

363. On correlational properties for volcanic earthquakes associated with Asamayama (Japan),1983-2005. Reprinted from Natural Mineral Resources Research DOI: 10 1007/s11053-008-9065-x. G. F. Bonham- Carter and Q. Cheng (Eds.). Progress in Geomathematics, pp. 491-505, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2008).

364. A review of the post-mortem dispersal of cephalopod shells. Paleontologia Electronica, vol. 11:3, 13 pp. (2008).

365. Revised version of ’Vorlesungen über die vieldimensionelle Analyse in den Naturwissenschaften:” Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet Stockholm (1991,2009) 99 sidor.

366. Species discrimination in the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) ammonite genus Knemiceras (BÖHM, 1898). W. James Kennedy (first author), Richard A. Reyment, Norman MacLeod and Jonathan Krieger. Palaeontographica (2009,) Abteilung A, Vol. 290,1-63, 18 plates and 21 text-figures.

367. Morphometrics: an Historical Essay  Chapter 2 In A. M. T. Elewa (Ed), Morphometrics for non-morphometricians (2010), Lecture Notes on Earth Sciences, Springer Verlag, 9-24.

368. A discrete classification procedure applied to encrusted ammonite conches - a contribution to Taphonometrics. Mathematical Geosciences,

vol. 42 (4),447-452.

DOI 10.1007/s 1 1004-OID-9275-8 (2010).

369.  Morphometric analysis of Polymorphism in Lower Cretaceous ammonite genus Knemiceras.  In A. M. T. Elewa (Ed). Computational Paleontology, Chapter 6, 95-109. (2011).

DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-16271-8_6.

370.  MORPHOMETRICS Based in part on the article "Morphometrics"  in the first edition of  Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, 2013. (ref. article 346) John Wiley and Sons.Richard A. Reyment

371. On the interpretation of the smallest principal component in geology.Z. geol. Wiss, Berlin, vol 40(2012), pp. 213-217. Richard A. Reyment

372. Exemplification of the logarithmic spiral on the multivariate analysis of planispirally coiled ammonite shells.  Free Internet availability (2013)  pp. 1-6.  See section for Downloads..

373 The modified application of Perron's theorem to evolutionary and palaeontological studies of invertebrates in palaeobiology

Palaeotologica Electronica, (2013)

374. Multivariate Techniques in Ecology.

       A25662  (Version 3).

        Wiley and Sons:

   Multivariate methods and related problems

Author Richard A. Reyment   July 2014.

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

58. Aspects of the Geology of Nigeria (1965), Ibadan University Press, 144 pp. With a chapter on the Pre-Cretaceous by Professor Dr.  M. O. Oyawoye.

113. Introduction to Quantitative Paleoecology (1971), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 226 pp.(This book introduces the biomathematical concept of multivariate statistical analysis applied to animals and plants).

 Translated into Chinese by Xiao Yigue (1983).

139. Geological Factor Analysis. Elsevier Amsterdam (1976), xii + 180 pp. With K. G- Jöreskog and J. E. Klovan.

173. Morphometrical Methods in Biostratigraphy. (1980), Academic Press, London, 175 pp.

 

198. Geologicheskii Faktorni Analiz (1980). Russian translation of publication 139. Published by NEDRA, Leningrad.

211. Quantitative Stratigraphic Correlation. Wiley and Sons, London and New York (1982), Ed. byJ. M. Cubitt and R. A. Reyment.

229. Multivariate Morphometrics. Second Edition (1984), Academic Press, London, 232 pp. With R. E. Blackith and N. A. Campbell.

237. Kolichestvennaya StratigraficheskayaKorrelyatsiya. (1985). Russian translation of 211 by Prof. D. A. Rodionov.

243 Events of the Mid-Cretaceous. Physics and -Chemistry of the Earth iand Chemistry of the Earth (1986), 16, 213 pp + ix.Compiled by R. A. Reyment and P. Bengtson: Summary account of the results of Project 58 of the IGCP "Mid-Cretaceous Events". Pergamon Press, Oxford.

289. Multidimensional Palaeobiology. Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1991. With an Appendix by Leslie F. Marcus. 416 pages.

299. Applied Factor Analysis in the Natural Sciences. R. A. Reyment and K. G. Jöreskog 1993.Cambridge University Press, New York. With an Appendix by Leslie F. Marcus. 371 pages.

321. Applied Factor Analysis in the Natural Sciences. With K. G. Jöreskog. Second edition of No. 299.Cambridge University Press, New York (1996).

330. Chikyu-kagaku no kyogi tachi. Tokai University Press (1998). 185 pp. (In Japanese). (On notable personages in the earlier history of geological science.). Reprinted (1999). With K. Abe.

339. Aspects of Multivariate Statistical Analysis in Geology. Elsevier, Amsterdam (with Enrico Savazzi). 1999. 285 pp + Compact Disk.

340.

Studies on Nigerian Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Ostracoda

Volume 1: Senonian and Maastrichtian Ostracoda

Stockholm  contributions in Geology (1960),  vol. 7, 238 pp.

Volume 2: Danian, Paleocene and Eocene Ostracoda

Stockholm Contributions in Geology (1963), vol. 10, 286 pp.

Volume  3: Stratigraphical, Paleoecological and Biometrical conclusions.

Stockholm contributions in Geology (1966), vol. 3, pp. 81-102.