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Redwood, SD, Bryan JR, and Burge, C, 2021, Late Eocene biostratigraphic age for andesitic volcanic host rocks formed in an island arc environments at the Cobre Panama Porphyry Cu-Mo-Au-Ag deposit, Panama. Economic Geology 116(1):199-209.


Ellwood, BB, Febo, L, Anderson, L, Hackworth, RT, Means, GH, Bryan, JR, Tomkin, J, Rowe, H, Jovane, L, 2020, Regional to global correlation of Eocene–Oligocene boundary transition successions using biostratigraphic, geophysical and geochemical methods. Geological
Magazine 157(1): 80–100.

 

Özcan, E, Mitchell, SF, Less, G, Robinson, E, Bryan, J, Pignatti, J, and  Yücel, AO, 2018, A revised suprageneric classification of American orthophragminids with emphasis on late Paleocene representatives from Jamaica and Alabama. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 17:18, 1331-1359.

 

Redwood, SD, Bryan JR, and Burge, C, 2018, in review, Biostratigraphic and Volcanic Evidence Indicate Ocean Island Environment of Deposition of Volcanic Country Rocks at the Cobre Panama Porphyry Cu-Mo-(Au-Ag)  Deposit, Panama.

Bryan, JR, Means, G, and Portell, RW, 2016, Large, shallow subtidal stromatolites in the Lower Miocene Chipola Formation, Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida. Southeastern Geology 52(2):79-201.

Bryan, JR, Scott, TM, Means, GH, 2014 (second printing, revised), 2008, Roadside Geology of Florida. Mountain Press. 376 p.

Bryan, JR, Green, RC, and Means, GH, 2013, An Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Hydrogeologically- Important Formations in the South Florida Water Management District. South Florida Water Management District,West Palm Beach, Florida: https://www.sfwmd.gov/science-data/scientific-publications-sfer

(Scroll down & click: SFWMD Formation Identification Guide [ZIP, 2.8 GB]).

Camilo Montes, C, Cardona, A, McFadden, R, Morón, SE, Silva, CA, Restrepo-Moreno, S, Ramírez, DA, Hoyos, N, Wilson, J, Farris, D, Bayona, GA, Jaramillo, CA, Valencia, V, Bryan, J, and Flores, JA, 2012, Evidence for middle Eocene and younger land emergence in central Panama: Implications for Isthmus closure. Geological Society of America Bulletin 124 (no. 5-6): 780-799.

Bryan, JR, 2005, Larger Foraminifera - Common Taxa, Late Middle Eocene to Oligocene. Florida Fossil Invertebrates, Part 7. Florida Paleontological Society, Inc.

Bryan, JR, 2004, Larger Foraminifera - Introduction, Biology, Ecology, Taxonomic and Stratigraphic Listings, Comments on Florida Fossil Assemblages. Florida Fossil Invertebrates, Part 6. Florida Paleontological Society, Inc. 

Bryan, JR, 1999, Science and Religion at the Turn of the Millennium. In: Kelley, PH, Bryan, JR, and Hansen, TA (eds.), The Evolution-Creation Controversy II: Perspectives on Science, Religion, and Geological Education. The Paleontological Society Papers 5.

Bryan, JR, 1997, Introduction to the Salt Mountain Limestone. In: Bryan, JR, (ed.), The Salt Mountain Limestone of Alabama. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology 30(1):1-20.

Bryan, JR, 1997, Larger Foraminifera. In: Bryan, JR, (ed.), The Salt Mountain Limestone of Alabama. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology 30(1):27-30.

Bryan, JR, 1995, Life history and development of Oligocene larger benthic foraminifera: a test of the environmental control on heterochrony. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology 27:101-118.

Kohl, MS, and Bryan, JR, 1994, A new Middle Pennsylvanian (Westphalian) amphibian trackway from the Cross Mountain Formation, East Tennessee Cumberlands. Journal of Paleontology 68:655-663.

 

Bryan, JR, 1992, Origin and paleoecology of Maestrichtian rockground and chalk facies in southcentral Alabama. Palaios 7:67-76.

Bryan, JR, 1992, First dinosaur record from Tennessee. Frank H. McClung Museum Research Notes 10, University of Tennessee.

Heller, JA and Bryan JR, 1992, First Oligocene occurance of the irregular echinoid Macropneustes mortoni (Conrad). Journal of Paleontology 66:345-346.

Bryan, JR, 1991, Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Paleocene and Oligocene Carbonate Facies of the Eastern  Gulf Coastal Plain.  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Bryan, JR, 1991, A Paleocene coral-algal-sponge reef from southwestern Alabama and the ecology of Early Tertiary reefs. Lethaia 24:423-438.

Bryan, JR, and Huddlestun, PF, 1991, Correlation and age of the Bridgeboro Limestone, a coralgal limestone from southwestern Georgia. Journal of Paleontology 65:864-868.

Walker, KR, Broadhead, TW, and Bryan, JR, (eds.), 1991, Laboratory Exercises in Historical Geology, Third Edition. Hunter Textbooks, Inc.

Bryan, JR, Frederick, D, Schwimmer, DR, and Siesser, WG, 1991, First dinosaur record from Tennessee: a Campanian hadrosaur. Journal of Paleontology 65:696-697.

Bryan, JR, and Jones, DS, 1989, Fabric of the Cretaceous-Tertiary marine macrofaunal transition at Braggs, Alabama. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 69:279- 301.

Jones, DS, Mueller, PA, Bryan, JR, Dobson, JP, Channell, JET, Zachos, JC, and Arthur, MA, 1987, Biotic, geochemical and paleomagnetic changes across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary at Braggs, Alabama. Geology 15:311-15.

Select Recent Abstracts & Presentations

 

Bryan, JR, Means, G, 2018, Quaternary Geology of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Walton and Bay Counties, Northwest Florida. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Bryan, JR, 2015, Reflections on Teaching Issues in Science and Religion. Theme Session: Teaching Evolution in the Southeast. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Bryan, JR, Means, G, and Portell, RW, 2014, Normal marine, shallow subtidal stromatolites in the Lower Miocene Chipola Formation, Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida. 10th North American Paleontological Convention, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida.

 

Bryan, JR, Means, G, and Portell, RW, 2013, Initial report of normal marine, shallow subtidal stromatolites in the Lower Miocene Chipola Formation, Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

 

Bryan, JR, 2012, Geologic Provenance of Lithic Artifacts and Debitage from 8GD106 and 8SU377, 2012, Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archeological Conference, Baton Rouge, LA.

 

Bryan, JR, 2010, A Large, Interactive Instructional Sundial at Northwest Florida State College—Centerpiece for Geoscience Instruction. Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program _.

 

Bryan, JR, 2008, Larger foraminiferal biofacies and paleoenvironments of the Ocala Limestone. Paleontological Society Symposium in Honor of Craig Oyen. Geological Society of America Southeastern Section, Abstracts with Programs, p. 66.

 

Bryan, JR, 2007, Marine macrofaunal extinction and recovery across the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) boundary in southern Alabama. In: King, DT, Jr., and Ormo, J, Wetumpka Field Forum 2007 Guidebook and Abstracts, pp. 80- 81. (Geological Society of American Field Forum: Marine impact craters on Earth: Field investigation of the Wetumpka impact structure, a well-preserved marine impact crater, and the K-T boundary in the Alabama Gulf Coastal Plain).

Bryan, JR, 2021, An Exceptional Plioplatecarpus from the Demopolis Chalk Safford, Dallas County, Alabama. A Report for the Alabama Museum of Natural History.

Bryan, JR, 2020, Geological and Geomorphological Summary of the Project Area and Evaluation of Landforms in the Context of Prehistoric Occupation. Phase II Archaeological Test and Evaluation at 35 Sites on Eglin Air Force Base, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton Counties,
Florida. Report for Prentice Thomas & Associates, Inc., Ft. Walton Beach, Florida under contract by Arogonne National Laboratories.

 

Bryan, JR, 2018, Coastal sabellariid worm reefs of southeastern Florida. In: Coor, J, (ed.), Coastal and Environmental Geology of Southeastern Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 75, pp. 62-68.
Bryan, JR, 2018, Geology and Geomorphology of Washington County, Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 73 (editor and contributor).


Bryan, JR, 2017, Barite Deposits in the Cartersville Mining District and the Stone Mountain Pluton. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 71.


Bryan, JR, 2016, Cote Blanche Island Mine, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana: Salt Diapirism and Geology of the Louann Salt (Jurassic). Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 68.


Bryan, JR, and Means, GH, 2014, Geology and Paleontology of the Florida Panhandle. In: 10 th North American Paleontological Convention, Florida Museum of Natural History, Field Guide
2014, pp. 3-27.

Bryan, JR, 2014, Initial Report on the Petrographic Identification of Lithic Materials from Site 8BY1347. Report for the National Park Service, Southeast Archeological Center, 2035 East Paul Dirac Dr., Johnson Bldg. Suite 120, Tallahassee, FL  32310.

 

Bryan, JR, 2013, Biostratigraphic Report on Larger Foraminifera from Panama Core Sample from Cobre Panama. Prepared for Stewart D. Redwood, Consulting Economic Geologist, World Trade Center, Panama City, Republic of Panama.

Bryan, JR, 2012, Report on the Geologic Provenance of Lithic Tools and Debitage from Cody Scarp Group Sites 8LE2105, 8LE2102, 8JE880/8LE2909, 8JE872, and 8JE878. Florida Gas Transmission Company’s Phase VIII Expansion Project Area. For R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., New Orleans, LA.

 

Bryan, JR, 2011, Report on the Petrography and Geologic Provenance of Lithic Artifacts from Site 8SU377. Florida Gas Transmission Company’s Phase VIII Expansion Project Area. For R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., New Orleans, LA.

 

Bryan, JR, 2011, Report on the Petrography and Geologic Provenance of Lithic Artifacts from 8GD106. Florida Gas Transmission Company’s Phase VIII Expansion Project Area. For R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., New Orleans, LA.

 

Evans, WL, III, Green, RC, Bryan, JR, & Paul, DT, 2004, Geologic map of the western portion of the USGS 1:100,000 scale Gainesville Quadrangle, Northern Florida. Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series No.93.

 

Green, RC, Evans, WL, III, Bryan, JR, & Paul, DT, 2003, Surficial and bedrock geology of the eastern portion of the USGS 1:100,000 scale Marianna, Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida. Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series No. 92.

 

Green, RC, Evans, WL, III, Bryan, JR, Paul, DT, Gaboardi, MM, 2002, Surficial and bedrock geology of the western portion of the USGS 1:100,000 scale Marianna, Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida. Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series No. 91. STATEMAP project for Florida Department of Environmental Protection & USGS.

 

Means, GH, Green, RC, Bryan, JR, Scott, TM, Evans, WL, III, Campbell, KM, Gaboardi, MM, and Robertson, JD, 2000, Surficial and bedrock geology of the northern portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 scale Crestview Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida. Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series No. 89. STATEMAP project for Florida Department of Environmental Protection & USGS.

Field Guides, Special Publications, Edited Volumes & Field Trip Leadership

 

Bryan, JR, 2017, Barite Deposits in the Cartersville Mining District and the Stone Mountain Pluton. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 71,

Bryan, JR, 2016, Cote Blanche Island Mine, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana: Salt Diapirism and Geology of the Louann Salt (Jurassic). Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 68.

 

Bryan, JR, and Means, GH, 2014, Geology and Paleontology of the Florida Panhandle. In: 10th North American Paleontological Convention, Florida Museum of Natural History, Field Guide 2014, p. 3-27.

 

Bryan, JR, 2013, Quaternary Stratigraphy along the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Walton and Bay Counties, Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 59.

 

Kelley, P, Bryan, J, and Hansen, T, (eds.), 1999, The Evolution-Creation Controversy II: Perspectives on Science, Religion, and Geological Education. The Paleontological Society Special Paper, Volume 5.

 

Bryan, JR, 1998, The Middle-Upper Eocene Transition on the Central Florida Platform: Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Avon Park Formation and Ocala Limestone—FORAMS ’98 Fieldguide for International Geological Correlation Project (IGCP) 393.

 

Carter, BD, Manker, JP, and Bryan, JR, 1995, Facies and Paleoecology. In: Carter, BD, (ed.), Paleogene Carbonate Facies and Paleogeography of the Doughtery Plain Region. Georgia Geological Society Guidebook 15(1):29-51.

 

Bryan, JR, 1993a, Late Eocene and Early Oligocene Carbonate Facies and Paleoenvironments of the Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain. In: Kish, SA, (ed.), Geologic Field Studies of the Coastal Plain in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Guidebook 33, p. 23-47.

 

Bryan, JR, (ed.), 1993b, Workshop on Antarctic Glacial-Marine and Biogenic Sedimentation—Notes for a Shortcourse. Shortcourse for the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America, Tallahassee, Florida. Florida State University Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility Sedimentology Research Laboratory Contribution 57.

 

Bryan, JR, (ed.), 1993c, Description of sediments recovered by the USCGC Glacier, USARP Operation Deep Freeze 1987, Western Ross Sea. Florida State University Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility Sedimentology Research Laboratory Contribution 56.

 

Bryan, JR, (ed.), 1992a, Description of sediments recovered by the USCGC Glacier, USARP Operation Deep Freeze 1986, Bransfield Strait, Gerlache Strait, Marguerite Bay. Florida State University Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility Sedimentology Research Laboratory Contribution 55.

 

Bryan, JR, (ed.), 1992b, Description of sediments recovered by the USCGC Glacier, USARP Operation Deep Freeze 1985, South Orkney Plateau, South Shetland Shelf, Bransfield Strait, Marguerite Bay, Pine Island Bay. Florida State University Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility Sedimentology Research Laboratory Contribution 54.

 

Other Publications & Presentations

 

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Authors of The Roadside Geology of Florida (Bryan, Scott, Means)

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Geologic Consulting 
& Special Reports/Maps

From the panhandle through the central lakes district all the way to the Dry Tortugas, the Roadside Geology of Florida leads you through a world of cavernous limestone, boiling springheads and rock strata containing the remains of some of the strangest animals that ever walked the earth.  A great read and guide for the amateur naturalist and professional geologist alike as well as fossil enthusiasts and students.

Part of the national Roadside series by Mountain Press.

Available in both print & e-book from Amazon

Note: latest updated edition 2014. Originally published 2008.

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