|1993||CHAMBERLAIN, J.A, JR. Locomotion in
ancient seas: constraint and opportunity in cephalopod adaptive design. Geobios, Spec. Mem. 15:49-61.|
|1994|| Landman, N.H., Jacobs, D.K, & CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR.
Ammonite shell shape varies with facies and hydrodynamics: iterative evolution as a response to changes
in basinal environment. Geology, 22:905-908. |
|1995|| Friedman, G.M., & CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR.
Archanodon catskillensis (Vanuxem): fresh-water clams from one of the oldest
back-swamp fluvial facies (upper Middle Devonian), Catskill Mountains, New York.
Northeastern Geol. & Env. Sci., 17:431-443.|
|1996|| Jacobs, D.K., & CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR.
Buoyancy and Hydrodynamics in Ammonoids. in Ammonoid Paleobiology, N.H. Landman,
K. Tanabe, & R.A. Davis, eds., Topics in Geobiology. 13:169-224.
Plenum Press. New York.|
|1996|| Becker, M.A., Slattery, W., & CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR.
Reworked Campanian and Maastrichtian macrofossils in a sequence bounding, transgressive lag
deposit, Monmouth County, New Jersey.Northeastern Geol. & Env. Sci. 18:243-252.|
|1997|| Mazzullo, S.J., & CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., Jr.
Biography of G.M. Friedman. Amer Assoc. Petrol. Geol. 81: |
|1998|| Becker, M.A., Slattery W., &
CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR. Mixing of Santonian and Campanian chondrichthyan and ammonite
macrofossils along a transgressive lag deposit, Green County, Western Alabama.
Southeast. Geol. 37:205-216.|
|1998|| Stoffer, P.W., Messina, P., &
CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR. Upper Cretaceous stratigraphy of Badlands National Park, South
Dakota: influence of tectonism and sea level change on sedimentation in the Western
Interior Seaway. Dakoterra. 5:55-62.|
|1999||Stoffer, P.W., Messina,
P., & CHAMBERLAIN, JR., Fossiliferous concretions from New York Bight Beaches:
implications for late Pleistocene and Holocene coastal environments around Sandy Hook
and western Long Island. Geol. Assoc. New Jersey, Ann. Proc. 16:119-143.
|2000|| Becker, M.A.,
CHAMBERLAIN, J.A., JR., & Stoffer, P.W. Pathologic tooth deformities in modern and
late Cretaceous chondrichthyans: a consequence of feeding related injury. Lethaia,