Bulletins of American Paleontology




Bulletins of American Paleontology (ISSN 0007-5779), one of the oldest peer-reviewed paleontological journals in the world, features high quality monographs in paleontology or in neontological subjects that impact paleontology (see Information for Authors). This serial publication is issued twice each year, and is a recognized outlet for especially lengthy papers, such as dissertations or the systematic sections of dissertations, that tend to be more difficult to publish in conventional journals. BAP is distributed widely to academic libraries and museums worldwide.

Since 1986, BAP has been the home of the series “Neogene Paleontology of the Northern Dominican Republic.” Originally funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, the DR Project was one of the first large multidisciplinary projects to collect fossils through a continuous 5-10 million year Neogene Caribbean sequence. During three field seasons in 1978-1980, a small field party (led by John Saunders and Peter Jung of the Naturhistorisches Museum Basel, NMB) measured sections and collected large samples of microfossils and macrofossils at closely spaced intervals along nine river sections in the Cibao Valley. Age dates for the sections were determined through study of planktic foraminifera and nannofossils. The collections were accessioned by the NMB, and distributed to specialists for identification and preparation of systematic monographs. To date, 20 systematic monographs have been published in the Bulletins of American Paleontology. For more details, see NMITA (Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America).

BAP is available by single-issue purchase or subscription to institutions or individuals. Forthcoming titles are posted on this website, in the “back issues” list. Most issues published between 1940 and 2002 (nos. 96-371) are now also available as open access documents in the Biodiversity Heritage Library. BAP nos. 1-95 are available from Periodicals Service Company.

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Conus haytensis G. B. Sowerby II, 1850. Scale bar = 1 cm.
From “The genus Conus (Mollusca: Neogastropoda) in the Plio-Pleistocene of the Southeastern United States” by Jonathan R. Hendricks (BAP no. 375).


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Year   Title Authors Pub No.
1986 Neogene paleontology in the northern Dominican Republic: 2. The genus Strombina (Gastropoda: Columbellidae) Jung, P. BAP 324
1986 Neogene paleontology in the northern Dominican Republic: Field surveys, lithology, environment, and age. Saunders, J.B.; P. Jung, B. Biju-Duval BAP 323
1985 Early Pliocene benthic foraminifers from the Salina Basin, southeastern Mexico Kohl, B. BAP 322
1985 Miocene diatoms from the Hawthorn Formation, Thomas County, Georgia Andrews, G.W.; W.H. Abbott BAP 321
1984 A revised radiolarian zonation for the Upper Jurassic of western North America Pessagno, Jr., E.A.; C.D. Blome, J.F. Longoria BAP 320
1984 Echinodermata of the Middle Ordovician Lebanon Limestone, central Tennessee Guensburg, T.E. BAP 319
1984 Upper Triassic Radiolaria and radiolarian zonation from western North America Blome, C.D. BAP 318
1983 Molluscan paleontology, paleoecology, and North Pacific correlations of the Miocene Tachilni Formation, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska Marincovich, Jr., L. BAP 317
1983 Ostracodes of the "Winifrede Limestone" (Middle Pennsylvanian) in the region of the proposed Pennsylvanian System stratotype, West Virginia Sohn, I.G. BAP 316
1982 Devonian brachiopods of New Mexico Cooper, G.A.; J.T. Dutro, Jr. BAP 315