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7009 A late Pleistocene progradational clastic shoreface succession in Jamaica: Implications for the preservation potential of the echinoid Leodia
• Mitchell, Simon
• James, S
• Brown,
7196 The lithostratigraphy of the Maldon Inlier, parish of St. James, northwestern Jamaica
• Gunter, G
• Mitchell, Sim
3119 Sedimentology and palaeoenvironment of the Pliocene Bowden Formation, southeast Jamaica
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Mitchell, Simon F
• Donovan, S. K.
• Keighley, David
6421 Eight belemnite biohorizons in the Cenomanian of northwest Europe and their importance
• Mitchell, Simon
7980 A new species of land crab, Sesarma Say, 1871 (Decapoda, Brachyura), from the Pleistocene of Jamaica.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Collins, Joe S.H.
• Donovan,Stephen
3321 The fauna of Jamaican cretaceous coral reefs
• Mitchell, Simon
3124 The Cretaceous-Paleocene Summerfield Formation, Jamaica: One or two ignimbrites?
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Blissett, Donov
3130 Serratolamna serrata (agassiz) (pisces, neoselachii) from the maastrichtian (late cretaceous) of Jamaica
• Underwood, Charlie J
• Mitchell, Simon
3322 Late cenozoic trace fossils from southeast coastal Jamaica
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Donovan, S. K.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Keighley, David
3102 Lithological and faunal stratigraphy of the Aptian and Albian (Lower Cretaceous) of the type Speeton Clay, Speeton, north-east England
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Underwood, Charlie
259 Field guide to the geology of central Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Miller, David, J.
• Robinson, Edward
• Porter, Antho
4244 Possible source of a major sediment producer on tropical carbonate beaches - Amorphous grains
• Khan, Shakira A.
• Mitchell, Simon
3088 Mid-Cretaceous onlap history of the Market Weighton structural high, northeast England
• Underwood, Charlie J.
• Mitchell, Simon
3129 The irish elkhorn coral; giant acropora and rates of disturbance on late pleistocene reefs in Jamaica [Abstract only]
• Stemann, Thomas A
• Mitchell, Simon
3131 The graphoglyptid trace fossil Spirorhaphe involuta (de stefani, 1895) from eastern Jamaica
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Mitchell, Simon
4136 Biostratigraphy and taxonomy of the rudist chiapasella in the titanosarcolites limestones (maastrichtian) of Jamaica.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Gunter, Gavin
4181 New fossil sea cow exhibit at the geology museum, University of the West Indies [Abstract]
• Brown, Ian C.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Domning, Daryl P.
• Portell, Roger
• Donovan, S.
7353 The irregular echinoid Nucleopygus from the Upper Cretaceous of western Jamaica
• Donovan, S
• Mitchell, Simon
• Lewis,
4179 Dolomite textures in eocene limestones of central Jamaica [Abstract]
• James, Ennika B.
• Mitchell, Simon
6189 The Taino Settlement of the Kingston Area
• Allsworth-Jones, Philip
• Lalor, Gerald C.
• Lechler, George
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Rodrigues, Esther Z.
• Vutchkov, Mitko
6190 The Pre-Columbian site of Chancery Hall, St. Andrew
• Gouldwell, Anthony
• Allsworth-Jones, Philip
• Lechler, George
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Walters, Selvenious
• Webster, Jane
• Young, Robe
3222 The cenomanian-turonian boundary at Eastbourne (Sussex, UK): A proposed European reference section
• Paul, C. R.
• Lamolda, M. A.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Vaziri, M. R.
• Gorostidi, A.
• Marshall, J.
3224 Microborings in mid-cretaceous fish teeth
• Underwood, Charlie J.
• Mitchell, Simon F
• Veltcamp, C.
3225 Hautervivian sharks from the Speeton Clay
• Underwood, Charlie J
• Mitchell, Simon F
• Veltcamp, C.
2974 Ichnology and biotic interactions on a Pliestocene gastropod from south-east Jamaica
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Donovan, S. K.
• Mitchell, Simon
4212 Sedimentology and stratigraphy
• Mitchell, Simon
4134 A new species of omphalocyclus (foraminiferida) from the upper cretaceous of Jamaica and its stratigraphical significance
• Gunter, Gavin C.
• Robinson, Edward
• Mitchell, Simon
3234 Unconformities in central Jamaica: Unlocking Jamaica's geological past [Abstract only]
• Mitchell, Simon
3235 Transgressive middle eocene carbonates, central Jamaica [Abstract only]
• Maharaj, Ravidya
• Mitchell, Simon
3215 Field guide to the geological evolution of the Maastrichtian rocks of the Central Inlier, Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
8028 Oldest scleractinian fauna from Jamaica (Hauterivian, Benbow Inlier).
• Stemann, Thomas
• Loser, Hannes
• Mitchell, Sim
3109 A unique pebble from the Pliocene Bowen Formation of southern Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Donovan, S.
4089 Incised fan delta deposits, west side of the Port Morant Harbour [Abstract]
• James, Sherene A.
• Mitchell, Simon
6197 Timing and implications of late cretaceous tetonic and sedimentary events in Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
6196 The oldest barnacle from the Caribbean is a rudist bivalve
• Mitchell, Simon
3099 Stratigraphy of the Guinea Corn Formation (Upper Cretaceous) at its type locality between Guinea Corn and Grantham, northern Clarendon, Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
4138 Palaeoecology of corals and rudists in mixed volcaniclastic-carbonate small-scale rhythms (Upper Cretaceous, Jamaica)
• Mitchell, Simon
4139 Palaeokarstic surfaces in the upper cretaceous limestones of central Jamaica
• Miller, David J.
• Mitchell, Simon
4140 Morphology, microstructure and stratigraphy of some late cretaceous radiolitid rudists from Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
4135
4137 Late maastrichtian rudist and coral assemblages from the central inlier, Jamaica: Towards an event stratigraphy for shallow-water Caribbean limestones
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Stemann, Thomas A.
• Blissett, Donovan
• Brown, Ian C.
• Ebanks, Winston O'Brian
• Gunter, Gavin C.
• Miller, David J.
• Pearson, Andrew G.
• Wilson, Byron S.
• Young, Winston A
3997 Catastrophic extinction of Caribbean rudist bivalves at the cretaceous-tertiary boundary
• Steuber, Thomas
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Buhl, Dieter
• Gunter, Gavin C.
• Kasper, Haino
7945 A new rudist from the Santonian of Jamaica.
• Stemann, Thomas
• Mitchell, Sim
3061 The port morant formation (upper pleistocene, jamaica); high resolution sedimentology and paleoenvironmental analysis of a mixed carbonate clastic lagoonal succession
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Stemann, Thomas
3063 Rudist bivalves: A bizarre group of fossils from the cretaceous of Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
3430 The taino settlement of the Kingston area
• Allsworth-Jones, Philip
• Lalor, Gerald C.
• Lechler, G.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Rodriques, E.
• Vutchkov, Mitko
3091 The Welton Formation (Chalk group, Upper Cretaceous) at Speeton, northeast England: Implications for the late cretaceous evolution of the market weighton structure
• Sumbler, M. G.
• Mitchell, Simon
3046 Lithostratigraphy of the Late Cretaceous to? Paleocene succession in the western part of the Central Inlier of Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Blissett, Donov
3992 First Record of the Rudist Bivalve Mitrocaprina tschoppi (Palmer) from the Maastrichtian of Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Gunter, Gavin
2945 The age of the Port Morant formation, south-eastern Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Pickerill, Ron K.
• Blackwell, Bonnie A.
• Skinner, Anne
3975 Carbonate beach sediment composition at a tourist beach, Negril, Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Khan, Shakira A.
• Maharaj, Ravidya
• Robinson, Edwa
7821 The Laluzia armini (gen. et spec. nov.) ecosystem: understanding a deeper-water rudist lithosome from the Early Maastrichtian of Mexico.
• Mitchell, Simon
• Gotz,
184 Palaeobiology of isocrinid crinoids from the Red Chalk of north-east England
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Langner, D.
3100 Report of a field trip to the Guinea Corn Formation, northern Clarendon, Jamaica, October 25th, 1997
• Mitchell, Simon
3101 Septarian nodules from Jamaica. Comment
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Crowley,
3103 Discussion of 'Isotopic variations in fossils and matrix of the Cretaceous Red Chalk at Speeton and South Ferriby, Yorkshire, England.' Proceedings, Vol. 52, pp. 107-112, 1998.
• Mitchell, Simon F.
• Underwood, Charlie J.
• Price, G.
7966 Oldest scleractinian fauna from Jamaica (Hauterivian Benbow Inlier).
• Mitchell, Simon
• Loser, H.
• Stemann, Thom
3223 Albian and cenomanian selachian faunas from north-east England
• Underwood, Charlie J
• Mitchell, Simon
7048 Isotope data from Cretaceous chalks and foraminifera; environmental or diagenetic signals?
• Mitchell, Simon
• Ball, James D.
• Crowley, Stephen F.
• Marshall, Jim D.
• Paul, Christopher R.C.
• Veltkamp, Cornelis J.
• Samir, Ashraf
7967 A new rudist from the Santonian of Jamaica.
• Mitchell, Sim
7968 Discussion of Campanile trevorjacksoni sp. Nov. (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Eocene of Jamaica at last, a name for the first fossil used in intercontinental biostratigraphic correlation (de la Beche 1827) (v. 43, pp. 542-551).
• Mitchell, Sim
7969 Rudist bivalve assemblages from the Back Rio Grande Formation (Campanian, Cretaceous) of Jamaica and their stratigraphical significance.
• Mitchell, Simon
• Ramsook, Rya
4039 Palaeotemperature estimates for the Upper Cretaceous (Late Maastrichtian) of Jamaica [Abstract]
• Gunter, Gavin C.
• Marshall, James D.
• Mitchell, Simon
3276 Cretaceous to eocene evolution of central Jamaica [Abstract only]
• Mitchell, Simon
40 Report of a field meeting to east Port Morant Harbour, parish of St. Thomas, SE Jamaica, April 5, 1997
• Donovan, S. K..
• Pickerill, R. K.,
• Mitchell, Simon
7057 Classification of Altered Volcanic Island Arc Rocks using Immobile Trace Elements: Development of the Th-Co Discrimination Diagram
• Hastie, A.R
• Kerr, A.C
• Pearce, J.A
• Mitchell, Simo
163 The Jurassic-Cretaceous succession at Rifle Butts Quarry (SSSI) and its implications for sedimentation on the Market Weighton Structure
• Mitchell, Simon
6798 New tube-bearing antillocaprinid rudist bivalves from the Maastrichtian of Jamaica
• Mitchell, Simon
• Gunter,
162 Foraminiferal assemblages from the late Lower and Middle Cenomanian of Speeton (North Yorkshire, U.K.): Relationships with sea-level fluctuations and watermass distribution
• Mitchell, Simon