List of Publications

Bromley, R.G. 1965. Studies in the Lithology and Conditions of Sedimentation of the Chalk Rock and Comparable Horizons. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Queen Mary College, University of London, London, Vol. I: 355 p., Vol. II: 60 unpaginated plates.

1. Bromley, R.G. and Middlemiss, F.A. 1962. Field meeting on the Lower Greensand and Chalk in the Isle of Wight. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 73: 449–453.

2. Bromley, R.G. 1966. Field meeting on the chalk of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 77: 277–279.

3. Bromley, R.G. 1967. Marine phosphorites as depth indicators. Marine Geology, 5: 503–509.

4. Bromley, R.G. 1967. Some observations on burrows of thalassinidean Crustacea in chalk hardgrounds. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, 123: 157–182.

5. Bromley, R.G. 1967. Ice-disturbed chalk south of Royston. Geologists’ Association Guides, 30A: 15–19.

6. Bromley, R.G. 1968. Burrows and borings in hardgrounds. Meddelelser fra Dansk Geologisk Forening, 18: 247–250.

7. Bromley, R.G. 1970. Predation and symbiosis in some Upper Cretaceous clionid sponges. Meddelelser fra Dansk Geologisk Forening, 19: 398–405.

8. Bromley, R.G., Bruun-Petersen, J., and Perch-Nielsen, K. 1970. Preliminary results of mapping in the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic sediments of Scoresby Land and Jameson Land. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Rapport, 30: 17–30.

9. Bromley, R.G. 1970. Borings as trace fossils and Entobiacretacea Portlock, as an example. In Crimes, T.P., and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils: Geological Journal, Special Issues, 3: 49–90.

10. Bromley, R.G. and Nordmann, E. 1971. Maastrichtian adherent foraminifera encircling clionid pores. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 20: 362–368.

11. Surlyk, F., Bromley, R.G., Asgaard, U., and Pedersen, K.R. 1971. Preliminary account of the mapping of the Mesozoic formations of south-east Jameson Land. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Rapport, 37: 24–32.

12. Bromley, R.G. 1972. On some ichnotaxa in hard substrates, with a redefinition of Trypanites Mägdefrau. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 46: 93–98.

13. Perch-Nielsen, K., Bromley, R.G., Birkenmajer, K., and Aellen, M. 1972. Field observations in Palaeozoic and Mesozoic sediments of Scoresby Land and northern Jameson Land. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Rapport, 48: 39–59.

14. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1972. Notes on Greenland trace fossils. I-III. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Rapport, 49: 30 p.

15. Bromley, R.G. 1972. Standing waves in clouds, East Greenland. Weather, 27: 414–415.

16. Lamb, H.H. and Bromley, R.G. 1972. Cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds in high latitudes: some Greenland pictures. Weather, 27: 474–475. [Figs 1 & 4, p. 468.]

17. Bromley, R.G. and Tendal, O.S. 1973. Example of substrate competition and phobotropism between two clionid sponges. Journal of Zoology, London, 169: 151–155.

18. Bromley, R.G. 1973. Jeg – en spordanner! Varv, 1973: 53–56.

19. Surlyk, F., Callomon, J.H., Bromley, R.G., and Birkelund, T. 1973. Stratigraphy of the Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous sediments of Jameson Land and Scoresby Land, East Greenland. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Bulletin,105: 76 pp.

20. Bromley, R.G. and Surlyk, F. 1973. Borings produced by brachiopod pedicles, fossil and recent. Lethaia, 6: 349–365.

21. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 1974. Sporfossiler fra den Mellem Miocæne transgression i Søby-Fasterholt området. Dansk Geologisk Forening, Årsskrift for 1973, 1973: 11–19.

22. Bromley, R.G. 1974. Habeas corpus – hvor er liget? Varv, 1974: 84–89.

23. Voigt, E. and Bromley, R.G. 1974. Foraminifera as commensals around clionid sponge papillae: Cretaceous and recent. Senckenbergiana maritima, 6: 33–45.

24. Håkansson, E., Bromley, R.G., and Perch-Nielsen, K. 1974. Maastrichtian chalk of north-west Europe – a pelagic shelf sediment. International Association of Sedimentologists, Special Publications, 1: 211–233.

25. Bromley, R.G. and Frey, R.W. 1974. Redescription of the trace fossil Gyrolithes and taxonomic evaluation of ThalassinoidesOphiomorpha and SpongeliomorphaBulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 23: 311–335.

26. Bromley, R.G., Schulz, M.-G., and Peake, N.B. 1975. Paramoudras: giant flints, long burrows and the early diagenesis of chalksDet Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selksabs Biologiske Skrifter, 20(10): 31 p.

27. Dawes, P.R. and Bromley, R.G. 1975. Late Precambrian trace fossils from the Thule Group, western North Greenland. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Rapport,75: 38–42.

28. Bromley, R.G., Curran, H.A., Frey, R.W., Gutschick, R.C., and Suttner, L.J. 1975. Problems in interpreting unusually large burrows. In Frey, R.W. (ed.). The Study of Trace Fossils: a Synthesis of Principles, Procedures, and Problems in Ichnology. Springer, New York, 351–376.

29. Bromley, R.G. 1975. Trace fossils at omission surfaces. InFrey, R.W. (ed.). The Study of Trace Fossils: a Synthesis of Principles, Procedures, and Problems in Ichnology .Springer, New York, 399–428.

30. Bromley, R.G. 1975. Comparative analysis of fossil and recent echinoid bioerosion. Palaeontology, 18: 725–739.

31. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1975. Sediment structures produced by a spatangoid echinoid: a problem of preservation. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 24: 261–281.

32. Bromley, R.G. 1976. Analysis of borers and their borings in Bermuda reef environments. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 60: 653.

33. Friderichsen, J. D. & Bromley, R. G. 1976. Grønlands geologiske Undersøgelser. Gurreholm Blad 71Ø2 Syd, 1:100.000

34. Bromley, R.G. 1978. Bioerosion of Bermuda reefs.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 23: 169–197.

35. Bromley, R.G. 1978. Hardground diagenesis. InFairbridge, R.W. and Bourgeois, J. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, 6. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stroudsburg, 397–400.

36. Bromley, R.G. 1979. Chalk and bryozoan limestone: facies, sediments and depositional environments. InBirkelund, T. and Bromley, R. G. (eds): Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary events Symposium I, The Maastrichtian and Danian of Denmark, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 16–32.

37. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1979. Triassic freshwater ichnocoenoses from Carlsberg Fjord, East Greenland. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 28: 38–80.

38. Bromley, R.G. 1979. Field meeting in southern Scandinavia 18-28 September 1975. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 90: 181–191.

39. Birkelund, T. and Bromley, R.G. 1979. Hauericeras cf. pseudogardeni in the Upper Cretaceous of Ignaberga, Sweden. Geologiska Föreningens i Stockholm Förhandlingar, 101: 173–176.

40. Bromley, R.G. 1980. Rev – et stykke nutidsgeologi. Varv, 1980: 24–29.

41. Bromley, R.G. and Fürsich, F.T. 1980. Comments on the proposed amendments to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature regarding ichnotaxa. Z.N.(S.) 1973. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 37: 6–10.

42. Bromley, R.G. and Hanken, N.-M. 1981. Shallow marine bioerosion at Vardø, arctic Norway. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 29: 103–109.

43. Bromley, R.G. 1981. Enhancement of visibility of structures in marly chalk: modification of the Bushinskyoil technique. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 29: 111–118.

Named as the Geological Society of Denmarks 6th most notable DGF-article of the 20th century.

44. Bromley, R.G. 1981. Concepts in ichnotaxonomy illustrated by small round holes in shells. Acta GeológicaHispánica, 16: 55–64.

45. Rützler, K. and Bromley, R.G. 1981. Clionarhodensis, new species (Porifera: Hadromerida) from the Mediterranean. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 94: 1219–1225.

46. Bromley, R.G. and Gale, A.S. 1982. The lithostratigraphy of the English Chalk Rock. Cretaceous Research, 3: 273–306.

47. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1982. Trace fossils and ichnofabric in the Kjølby Gaard Marl, uppermost Cretaceous, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 31: 107–119.

48. Bromley, R.G. and D’Alessandro, A. 1983. Bioerosion in the Pleistocene of southern Italy: ichnogenera Caulostrepsis and MaeandropolydoraRivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 89: 283–309.

49. Hanken, N.-M. and Bromley, R.G. 1984. Sporfossiler fraDividalgruppen. Ottar, 146: 3–9.

50. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1984. Trace fossil preservation in flint in the European chalk. Journal of Paleontology, 58: 281–311.

51. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1984. Comparative ichnology of shelf-sea and deep-sea chalk. Journal of Paleontology, 58: 322–332.

52. Bromley, R.G., Pemberton, S.G., and Rahmani, R.A. 1984. A Cretaceous woodground: the Teredolitesichnofacies. Journal of Paleontology, 58: 488–498.

53. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1984. Chondrites: a trace fossil indicator of anoxia in sediments. Science, 224: 872–874.

54. Ekdale, A.A., Bromley, R.G., and Pemberton, S.G. 1984. Ichnology – trace fossils in sedimentology and stratigraphy. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Short Course, 15: 317 p.

55. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1984. Cretaceous chalk ichnofacies in northern Europe. Géobios, MémoiresSpécials, 8: 201–204.

56. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1984. Sedimentology and ichnology of the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary in Denmark: implications for the causes of the terminal Cretaceous extinction. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology,54: 681–703.

57. Bromley, R.G. and Mørk, A. 1984. Phoebichnusichnofacies in the condensed Lower Jurassic succession of Svalbard. – Institut for Kontinentsokkelundersøkelse, Report, 04.6341.03/84: 13pp.

58. Kelly, S.R.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1984. Ichnological nomenclature of clavate borings. Palaeontology, 27: 793–807.

59. Bromley, R.G. and D’AIessandro, A. 1984. The ichnogenus Entobia from the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene of southern Italy. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 90: 227–296.

60. Fürsich, F.T. and Bromley, R.G. 1985. Behavioural interpretation of a rosetted spreite trace fossil: Dactyloiditesottoi (Geinitz). Lethaia, 18: 199–207.

61. Frey, R.W. and Bromley, R.G. 1985. Ichnology of American chalks: the Selma Group (Upper Cretaceous), western Alabama. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences,22: 801–828.

62. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1986. Composite ichnofabrics and tiering of burrows. Geological Magazine,123: 59–65.

63. D’AIessandro, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1986. Trace fossils in Pleistocene sandy deposits from Gravina area southern Italy. Rivista di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 92: 67–102.

64. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1986. Flint and fabric in the European chalk. In Sieveking, G. de G. and Hart, M.B. (eds.). The scientific study of flint and chert, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 71–82.

65. Hansen, H.J., Gwozdz, R., Bromley, R.G., Rasmussen, K.-L., Vogensen, E.W., and Pedersen, K.J. 1986. Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary spherules from Denmark, New Zealand and Spain. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark,35: 75–82.

66. Hansen, H.J., Gwozdz, R., Hansen, J.M., Bromley, R.G., and Rasmussen, K.L. 1986. The diachronous C/T plankton extinction in the Danish basin. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, 8: 381–384.

67. D’AIessandro, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1987. Meniscatetrace fossils and the MuensteriaTaenidium problem. Palaeontology, 30: 743–763.

68. D’AIessandro, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1987. Trace fossils in the reconstruction of depositional environments. Bollettino delle sedute della Accademia gioenia di scienzenaturali in Catania, 20: 309–316.

69. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1987. Mass transport in European Cretaceous chalk; fabric criteria for its recognition. Sedimentology, 34: 1079–1092.

70. Gale, A.S., Wood, C.J., and Bromley, R.G. 1987. The lithostratigraphy and marker bed correlation of the White Chalk (Late Cenomanian–Campanian) in southern England. Mesozoic Research, 1: 107–118.

71. D’AIessandro, A., Bromley, R.G., and Stemmerik, L. 1987. Rutichnus: a new ichnogenus for branched, walled meniscate trace fossils. Journal of Paleontology, 61: 1112–1119.

72. Bromley, R.G. and D’AIessandro, A. 1987. Bioerosion of the Plio-Pleistocene transgression of southern Italy. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 93: 379–442.

73. Pemberton, S.G., Frey, R.W., and Bromley, R.G. 1988. The ichnotaxonomy of Conostichus and other plug-shaped ichnofossils. Canadian Journal of Earth Science, 25: 866–892.

74. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1988. Diagenetic microlamination in chalk. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 58: 857–861.

75. Bromley, R.G. and D’AIessandro, A. 1989. Ichnological study of shallow marine endolithic sponges from the Italian coast. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Statigrafia, 95: 279–314.

76. Hanken, N.-M., Bromley, R.G., Asgaard, U., Fredriksen, K.R., Henriksen, L.B., and Espenes, H.J. 1989. Underkambriske og overpermiske sporfossilassosiasjonerfra nord-Norge og Svalbard. Contributions from the Paleontological Museum, University of Oslo, 359: 13–14.

77. Bromley, R.G. 1990. Trace Fossils: Biology and Taphonomy. Chapman and Hall, London, XI + 280 p.

78. Bromley, R.G., Hanken, N.-M., and Asgaard, U. 1990. Shallow marine bioerosion: preliminary results of an experimental study. Bulletin of the Geolological Society of Denmark, 38: 85–99.

79. Bromley, R.G. and D’AIessandro, A. 1990. Comparative analysis of bioerosion in deep and shallow water, Pliocene to Recent, Mediterranean Sea. Ichnos, 1: 43–49.

80. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 1990. Population dynamics and autecology of ‘Rhynchonella’triangularis, a Late Cretaceous rocky coast brachiopod. In MacKinnon, D.I., Lee, D.E., and Campbell, J.D. (eds.). Brachiopods through Time (Proceedings of the 2nd International Brachiopod Congress, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 5–9 February 1990), Balkema, Rotterdam, 247–252.

81. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 1990. Colonization by micromorph brachiopods in the shallow subtidal of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. In MacKinnon, D.I., Lee, D.E., and Campbell, J.D. (eds.). Brachiopods through Time (Proceedings of the 2nd International Brachiopod Congress, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 5–9 February 1990), Balkema, Rotterdam, 261–264.

82. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1990. Solecurtusstrigilatus: a jet-propelled burrowing bivalve. In Morton, B. (ed.). The Bivalvia (Proceedings of a Memorial Symposium in Honour of Sir Charles Maurice Yonge, Edinburgh, 1986), Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, 313–320.

83. Bromley, R.G. and Martinell, J. 1991. Centrichnus, new ichnogenus for centrically patterned attachment scars on skeletal substrates. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 38: 243–252.

84. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1991. Ichnofacies: a mixture of taphofacies and biofacies. Lethaia, 24: 153–163.

85. Bromley, R.G. 1991. Tre runde flinteknolde. Varv,1991(2): 48–52.

86. Ekdale, A.A., Bromley, R.G., Bockelie, J.F., Droser, M.L., and Bottjer, D.J. 1991. “Ichnofabric” it is! Palaios, 6: 100–101.

87. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 1991. Analysis of composite ichnofabrics: an example in uppermost Cretaceous chalk of Denmark. Palaios, 6: 232–249.

88. Bromley, R.G. 1991. Zoophycos: strip mine, refuse dump, cache or sewage farm? Lethaia, 24: 460–462.

89. Bromley, R.G. and Hanken, N.-M. 1991. The growth vector in trace fossils: examples from the Lower Cambrian of Norway. Ichnos, 1: 261–276.

90. Bromley, R.G. and Hanken, N.-M. 1991. Late Permian ichnofabrics from Svalbard, Norway. Geoscientist, 1(6): 40.

91. Bromley, R.G. and Goldring, R. 1992. The palaeoburrowsat the Cretaceous to Palaeocene firmground unconformity in southern England. Tertiary Research, 13: 95–102.

92. Bromley, R.G. and Allouc, J. 1992. Trace fossils in bathyal hardgrounds, Mediterranean Sea. Ichnos, 2: 43–54.

93. Bromley, R.G. 1992. Bioerosion: eating rocks for fun and profit. In Maples, C.G. and West, R.R. (eds.). Trace Fossils. Short Courses in Paleontology, 5: 121–129.

94. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1993. Endolithic community replacement on a Pliocene rocky coast. Ichnos, 2: 93–116.

95. Bromley, R.G. 1993. First Ichnofabric Workshop. Ichnos,2: 171.

96. D’AIessandro, A., Loiacono, F., and Bromley, R.G. 1993. Marine and non-marine trace fossils and plant roots in a regressional setting (Pleistocene, Italy). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 98: 495–521.

97. Bromley, R.G. 1993. Trace Fossils – Biology and Taphonomy [Japanese translation by Masae Omori]. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 364 p.

98. Bromley, R.G. 1993. Predation habits of octopus past and present and a new ichnospecies, OichnusovalisBulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 40: 167–173.

99. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 1993. Two bioerosion ichnofacies produced by early and late burial associated with sea-level change. Geologische Rundschau, 82: 276–280.

100. Wetzel, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1994. Phycosiphonincertum revisited: Anconichnushorizontalis is its junior subjective synonym. Journal of Paleontology, 68: 1396–1402.

101. Bromley, R.G. 1994. The palaeoecology of bioerosion. InDonovan, S.K. (ed.). The Palaeobiology of Trace Fossils. Belhaven Press, London, 134–154.

102. Bromley, R.G., Jensen, M., and Asgaard, U. 1995. Spatangoid echinoids: deep-tier trace fossils and chemosymbiosis. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 195: 25–35.

103. D’AIessandro, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1995. A new ichnospecies of Spongeliomorpha from the Pleistocene of Sicily. Journal of Paleontology, 69: 393–398.

104. Bromley, R.G. 1995. Report on the Third International Ichnofabric Workshop August 15th-21st, 1995. IAS Newsletter, 140/141: 13.

105. Bromley, R.G. 1996. Trace Fossils: Biology, Taphonomy and Applications. 2nd ed., Chapman and Hall, London, XVI + 361 p.

106. Wetzel, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1996. Re-evaluation of the ichnogenus Helminthopsis – a new look at the type material. Palaeontology, 39: 1–19.

107. Leszczynski, S., Uchman, A., and Bromley, R.G. (1996).Trace fossils indicating bottom aeration changes: FoluszLimestone, Oligocene, Outer Carpathians, Poland. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,121: 79–87.

108. Wetzel, A. and Bromley, R.G. 1996. The ichnotaxonTasselia ordamensis and its junior synonym CaudichnusannulatusJournal of Paleontology, 70: 523–529.

109. Bromley, R.G. 1996. Bioerosion. In Dasch, E.J. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, Macmillan, New York, 41–43.

110. Bromley, R.G. 1996. Trace fossils. In Dasch, E.J. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, Macmillan, New York, 1105–1108.

111. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 1996. Sømusene ogkorsridderne. Varv, 1996(2): 43–50.

112. Hanken, N.-M., Bromley, R.G., and Miller, J. 1996. Plio-Pleistocene sedimentation in coastal grabens, north-east Rhodes, Greece. Geological Journal, 31: 271–296.

113. Bromley, R.G. 1997. Report on the 4th International Ichnological Workshop San Salvador Island, Bahamas, March 15-22, 1997. International Association of Sedimentologists Newsletter, 150: 9.

114. Bromley, R.G., Asgaard, U., and Jensen, M. 1997. Experimental study of sediment structures created by a spatangoid echinoid, Echinocardium mediterraneumProceedings of the Geologists’ Association, London, 108: 183–189.

115. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 1997. Bioerosion: den første internationale workshop holdt på Bornholm. Geologisk Tidskrift, 1997(2): 13.

116. Asgaard, U., Bromley, R.G., and Hanken, N.-M. 1997. Recent firmground burrows produced by a upogebiid crustacean: palaeontological implications. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 201: 23–28.

117. Bromley, R.G. and Clemmensen, L.B. 1997. Bjerggeden og sandklitterne: Pleistocæn på Mallorca. GeologiskTidsskrift, 1997(2): 22.

118. Clemmensen, L.B. and Bromley, R.G. 1997. Pleistocæne klitter på Mallorca. Geologisk Tidsskrift, 1997(2): 23.

119. Uchman, A., Bromley, R.G., and Leszczyński, S. 1998. Ichnogenus Treptichnus in Eocene flysch, Carpathians, Poland: taxonomy and preservation. Ichnos, 5: 269–275.

120. Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A. 1998. Ophiomorphairregulaire (trace fossil): redescription from the Cretaceous of the Book Cliffs and Wasatch Plateau, Utah. Journal of Paleontology, 72: 773–778.

121. Wetzel, A., Kamelger, A., and Bromley, R.G. 1998. Taxonomic review of the ichnogenus Helminthopsis Heer1877 with a statistical analysis of selected ichnospecies – a discussion. Ichnos, 5: 309–312.

122. Bromley, R.G. and Hansen, H.J.S. 1998. The Upper Cretaceous of Stevns Klint, Fakse and Møn (Denmark). InMutterlose, J., Bornemann, A., Rauer, S., Spaeth, C., and Woods, C.J. (eds.). Key Localities of the Northwest European Cretaceous. Bochumer geologische und geotechnische Arbeiten, 48: 1–19.

123. Bromley, R.G. and Richter, B. 1999. Direkte skanning: Ny teknik til illustrering af geologisk materiale. GeologiskTidsskrift, 4: 1–10.

124. Bromley, R.G. 1999. Bioerosion: a collection of workshop papers. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 45: 129.

125. Martinel, J., Domènech, R., and Bromley, R.G. 1999. Mysterious boring hidden within the hinge plates of heterodont bivalves. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 45: 161–163.

126. Bromley, R.G. 1999. Trace Fossils – Biology, Taphonomy and Applications [German translation by Suhr, P., Walter, H., and Engel, W.]. Springer, Heidelberg, XVI + 347 p.

127. Bromley, R.G., Ekdale, A.A., and Asgaard, U. 1999. Zoophycos in the Upper Cretaceous chalk of Denmark and Sweden. In Reich, M. (ed.). Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Ekkehard Herrig. Greifswalder Geowissenschaftliche Beiträge, 6: 133–142.

128. Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A., and Bromley, R.G. 1999. A new ichnogenus for etchings made by cheilostomebryozoans into calcareous substrates. Palaeontology, 42: 595–604.

129. Bromley, R.G., Ekdale, A.A., and Richter, B. 1999. New Taenidium (trace fossil) in the Upper Cretaceous chalk of northwestern Europe. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 46: 47–51.

130. Bromley, R.G. 1999. Anomiid (bivalve) bioerosion on Pleistocene pectinid (bivalve) shells, Rhodes, Greece. Geologie en Mijnbouw, 78: 175–177.

131. Bromley, R.G. and Mørk, A. 2000. The trace fossil Phoebichnus trochoides in the condensed Triassic-Jurassic boundary strata of Svalbard. Zentralblatt für Geologie und Paläontologie, Teil I, 1998: 1431–1439.

132. Bromley, R.G. 2000. Trace Fossils – Biology, Taphonomy and Applications [Chinese translation by Zhang Jianping, Jin Xiaochi, and Yang Xiangning]. Petroleum Industry Press, Bejing, 261 p.

133. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 2001. Bioerosional innovation for living in carbonate hardgrounds in the Early Ordovician of Sweden. Lethaia, 34: 1–12.

134. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 2001. A day and a night in the life of a cleft-foot clam: Protovirgularia – Lockeia – LophocteniumLethaia, 34: 119–124.

135. Hanken, N.-M., Bromley, R.G., and Thomsen, E: 2001. Trace fossils of the bivalve Panopeafaujasi, Pliocene, Rhodes, Greece. Ichnos, 8: 117–130.

136. Muñiz, F., Mayoral, E., Bromley, R.G., Alonso, F., and García, E. 2001. Una pista fósil perteneciente a aff. Phoebichnus en el Mioceno de Tíjola (Almería, SE de España). Publicaciones del Seminario de Paleontologíade Zaragoza, 5: 361–368.

137. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 2001. Sømusene og korsridderne, kapitel 2. Varv, 2001(3): 3–10.

138. Bromley, R.G. 2001. Tetrapod tracks deeply set in unsuitable substrates: recent musk oxen in fluid earth (East Greenland) and Pleistocene caprines in aeolian sand (Mallorca). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 48: 209–215.

139. Clemmensen, L.B., Lisborg, T., Fornós, J.J., andBromley, R.G. 2001. Cliff-front aeolian and colluvial deposits, Mallorca, Western Mediterranean: a record of climatic and environmental change during the last glacial period. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 48: 217–232.

140. Bromley, R.G. 2002. Field meeting: Bornholm, Denmark, 28 August to 4 September, 2000. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 113: 77–88.

141. Fornós, J.J., Bromley, R.G., Clemmensen, L.B., and Rodrı́guez-Perea, A. 2002. Tracks and trackways of Myotragusbalearicus Bate (Artiodactyla, Caprinae) in Pleisticene aeolianites from Mallorca (Western Mediterranean). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 180: 277–313.

142. Ekdale, A.A., Benner, J.S., Bromley, R.G., and Gibert, J.M. de 2002. Bioerosion of Lower Ordovician hardgrounds in southern Scandinavia and western North America. Acta Geológica Hispánica, 37: 9–13.

143. Milàn, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2002. The influence of substrate consistency on footprint morphology – field experiments with an emu. The Palaeontological Association, Newsletter, 51: 104.

144. Bromley, R.G. 2002. Field meeting: Bornholm, Denmark, 28 August to 4 September, 2000. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 113: 77–88.

145. Bromley, R.G. 2002. Invited comments on Peake’s “Plea to subdivide the Chalk”: comment. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 113: 357–358.

146. Bromley, R.G. and Hanken, N.-M. 2003. Structure and function of large, lobed Zoophycos, Pliocene of Rhodes, Greece. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 192: 79–100.

147. Bromley, R.G., Uchman, A., Gregory, M.R., and Martin, A.J. 2003. Hillichnus lobosensis igen. et isp. nov., a complex trace fossil produced by tellinacean bivalves, Paleocene, Monterey, California, U.S.A. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,192: 157–186.

148. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 2003. Paleoethologicinterpretation of complex Thalassinoides in shallow-marine limestones, Lower Ordovician, southern Sweden. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,192: 221–227.

149. Bertling, M., Braddy, S., Bromley, R.G., Demathieu, G.D., Mikuklàš, R., Nielsen, J.K., Rindsberg, A.K., Schlirf, M., and Uchman, A. 2003. Draft proposal to emend the Code with respect to trace fossils: request for comments. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 60: 141–142.

150. Bromley, R.G. and Uchman, A. 2003. Trace fossils from the Lower and Middle Jurassic marginal marine deposits of the Sorthat Formation, Bornholm, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 52: 185–208.

151. Buatois, L.A., Bromley, R.G., Mángano, M.G., Bellosi, E., and Carmano, N. 2003. Ichnology of shallow marine deposits in the Miocene Chenque Formation of Patagonia: complex ecologic structure and niche partitioning in Neogene ecosystems. Asociación PaleontológicaArgentina. Publicación Especial, 9: 85–95.

152. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 2003. Historien bag et mønster. Varv, 2003(3): 3–7.

153. Nielsen, Kurt S.S., Nielsen, J.K., and Bromley, R.G. 2003. Palaeoecological and ichnological significance of microborings in Quaternary foraminifera. PalaeontologiaElectronica, 6(2): 13 pp.

154. Bromley, R.G. 2004. A stratigraphy of bioerosion. InMcIlroy, D. (ed.). Application of ichnology to palaeoenvironmental and stratigraphic analysis. Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 228: 455–479.

155. Bertling, M., Rindsberg, A.K., Schlirf, M., Nielsen, J.K., Mikulàš, R., Genise, J.F., Nielsen, K.S.S., Uchman, A., and Bromley, R.G. 2004. Comment on the draft proposal to emend the Code with respect to trace fossils – reply. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 61: 37–39.

156. Genise, J.F., Bertling, M., Rindsberg, A.K., Schlirf, M., Braddy, S.J., Nielsen, K.S.S., Mikulàš, R., Uchman, A., and Bromley, R.G. 2004. Comments on the draft proposal to amend the Code with respect to trace fossils. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 61: 35–37.

157. Titschack, J., Bromley, R.G., and Freiwald, A. 2005. Plio-Pleistocene cliff-bound, wedge shaped, warm temperate carbonate deposits on Rhodes (Greece): sedimentology and facies. Sedimentary Geology, 180: 29–56.

158. Asgaard, U., Bromley, R.G., and Uchman, A. 2005. Guddommelige spiraler – historien bag et mønster 2. Varv,2005(3): 18–21.

159. Milàn, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2005. Dinosaur footprints from the Middle Jurassic Bagå Formation, Bornholm, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark,52: 7–15.

160. Bromley R.G. 2005. Preliminary study of bioerosion in the deep-water coral Lophelia, Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece. In Freiwald, A. and Roberts, J.M. (eds.). Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Erlangen Earth Conference Series. Springer, Berlin, 895–914.

161. Milàn, J., Bromley, R.G., and Titschack, J. 2006. True tracks, undertracks and eroded tracks, experimental work with tetrapod tracks in laboratory and field. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,231: 253–264.

162. Bromley, R.G. and Heinberg, C. 2006. Attachment strategies of organisms on hard substrates: a palaeontological view. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 232: 429–453.

163. Bertling, M., Braddy, S.J., Bromley, R.G., Demathieu, G.R., Genise, J., Mikuláš, R., Nielsen, J.K., Nielsen, K.S.S., Rindsberg, A.K., Schlirf, M., and Uchman, A. 2006. Names for trace fossils: a uniform approach. Lethaia, 39: 265–286.

164. Pedersen, G.K. and Bromley, R.G. 2006. Ophiomorphairregulaire, rare trace fossil in shallow marine sandstones, Cretaceous Atane Formation, West Greenland. Cretaceous Research, 27: 964–972.

165. Bromley, R.G., Buatois, L.A., Genise, J.F., Labandeira, C.C., Mángano, M.G., Melchor R.N., Schlirf, M., and Uchman, A. 2007. Comments on the paper “Reconnaissance of Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation ichnofossils, Rocky Mountain Region, USA: paleoenvironmental, stratigraphic, and paleoclimatic significance of terrestrial and freshwater ichnocoenoses” by Stephen T. Hasiotis. Sedimentary Geology, 200: 141–150.

166. Zhang, Xi-Guang, Bergström, J., Bromley, R.G., and Xiang-guang Hou 2007. Diminutive trace fossils in the Chengjiang Lagerstätte. Terra Nova, 19: 407–412.

167. Schlirf, M. and Bromley, R.G. 2007. Teichichnus duplexn. isp., new trace fossil from the Cambrian and the Triassic. Beringeria, 37: 133–141.

168. Bromley, R.G., Wisshak, M., Glaub, I., and Botquelen, A. 2007. Ichnotaxonomic review of dendriniform borings attributed to foraminiferans: Semidendrina igen. nov. In Miller, W. III (ed.). Trace Fossils – Concepts, Problems, Prospects, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 518-530.

169. Ekdale, A.A., Bromley, R.G., and Loope, D.B. 2007. Ichnofacies of an ancient erg: A climatically influenced trace fossil association in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, Southern Utah, USA. In Miller, W. III (ed.). Trace Fossils– Concepts, Problems, Prospects, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 562-574.

170. Bromley, R.G., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Genise, J.F., and Melchor, R.N. 2007. Ichnology: present trends and some future directions. In Bromley, R.G., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Genise, J.F., and Melchor, R.N. (eds.). Sediment-organism interactions: A multifaceted ichnology. SEPM Special Publications, 88: 3–6.

171. Asgaard, U. and Bromley, R.G. 2007. Co-occurrence of schizasterid echinoids and the trace fossil Scolicia, Pleistocene, Greece: facts, myths and fascioles. InBromley, R.G., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Genise, J.F., and Melchor, R.N. (eds.). Sediment-organism interactions: A multifaceted ichnology. SEPM Special Publications, 88: 85–94.

172. Milàn, J., Bromley, R.G., Titschack, J., and Theodorou, G. 2007. A diverse vertebrate ichnofauna from a Quaternary eolian oolite from Rhodes, Greece. InBromley, R.G., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Genise, J.F., and Melchor, R.N. (eds.). Sediment-organism interactions: A multifaceted ichnology. SEPM Special Publications, 88: 331–342.

173. Fornós, J.J., Rodríguez-Perea, A., Bromley, R.G., and Clemmensen, L.B. 2007. S’estret des temps: Registro Cuaternario, Eolianitas y estructuras asociadas. Annexo 2.5 Itinerario y paradas complementarias. In Fornós, J.J.,Ginès, J., and Gómez-Pujol, L. (eds.). Geomorfología Litoral: Migjorn y Llevant de Mallorca. Monografies de la Societat d’Història Natural de les Balears, 15: 173–184.

174. Milàn, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2008. The impact of sediment consistency on track and undertrack morphology: experiments with emu tracks in layered cement. Ichnos, 15: 18–24.

175. Carmona, N.B., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., and Bromley, R.G. 2008. Ichnology of the lower Miocene Chenque Formation, Patagonia, Argentina: animal-substrate interactions and the Modern Evolutionary Fauna. Ameghiniana, 45: 93–122.

176. Milàn, J., Loope, D.B., and Bromley, R.G. 2008. Crouching theropod and Navahopus sauropodomorph tracks from the Early Jurassic Navajo sandstone of USA. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 53: 197–205.

177. Mørk, A. and Bromley, R.G. 2008. Ichnology of a marine regressive systems tract: the Middle Triassic of Svalbard. Polar Research, 27: 339–359.

178. Zhang, G., Uchman, A., Chodyń, R., and Bromley, R.G. 2008. Trace fossil Artichnus pholeoides igen. nov. isp. nov. in Eocene turbidites, Polish Carpathians: possible ascription to holothurians. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58: 75–86.

179. Bromley, R.G. 2008. Trace fossil Podichnus obliquus, attachment scar of the brachiopod Terebratulina retusa: Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece. In Harper, D.A.T., Long, S.L., and Nielsen, C. (eds.). Brachiopods Fossil and Recent. Fossils and Strata, 54: 227–230.

180. Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U. 2008. Jørgen Butzbach: “Geologi på Bornholm – og i det ny gymnasium – en anmeldelse”. Natur på Bornholm, 2008(6): 70–71.

181. Bromley, R.G. and Pedersen, G.K. 2008. Ophiomorphairregulaire, Mesozoic trace fossil that is either well understood but rare in outcrop or poorly understood but common in core. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 270: 295–298.

182. Bromley, R.G. and Schönberg, C.H.L. 2008. Borings, bodies and ghosts: spicules of the endolithic sponge Aka akis sp. nov. within the boring Entobia cretacea, Cretaceous, England. In Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.). Current Developments in Bioerosion. Erlangen Earth Conference Series, Springer, Berlin, 235–248.

183. Asgaard U. and Bromley R.G. 2008. Echinometrid sea urchins, their trophic styles and corresponding bioerosion. In Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.). Current Developments in Bioerosion. Erlangen Earth Conference Series, Springer, Berlin, 279–303.

184. Neumann C., Wisshak M., and Bromley R.G. 2008. Boring a mobile domicile: an alternative to the conchicolous life habit. In Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.). Current Developments in Bioerosion. Erlangen Earth Conference Series, Springer, Berlin, 307–327.

185. Bromley R.G., Beuck L., and Ruggiero, E.T. 2008. Endolithic sponge versus terebratulid brachiopod, Pleistocene, Italy: accidental symbiosis, bioclaustrationand deformity. In Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.). Current Developments in Bioerosion. Erlangen Earth Conference Series, Springer, Berlin, 361–368.

186. Gérard, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2008. Ichnofabrics in Clastic Sediments. Jean Gérard, 97 p.

187. Bromley, R.G., Milàn, J., Uchman, A., and Hansen, K.S. 2009. Rheotactic Macaronichnus, and human and cattle trackways in Holocene beachrock, Greece: reconstruction of paleoshoreline orientation. Ichnos, 16: 103–117.

188. Milàn, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2009. Do shod humans leave true tracks? Ichnos, 16: 124–126.

189. Bromley, R.G., Kędzierski, M., Kołodziej, B., and Uchman, A. 2009. Large chambered sponge borings on a Late Cretaceous abrasion platform at Cracow, Poland. Cretaceous Research, 30: 149–160.

190. Jacobsen, A.R. and Bromley, R.G. 2009. New ichnotaxabased on tooth impressions on dinosaur and whale bones. Geological Quarterly, 53: 373–382.

191. Buchardt, B., Birkelund, T., and Bromley, R.G. 2009. Petroleum-oriented research projects proposed or in progress at the Geological Department, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum, 43 p.

192. Melchor, R.N., Bromley, R.G., and Bedatou, E. 2010. Spongeliomorpha in nonmarine settings. Royal Society of Edinburgh, Transactions, Earth and Environmental Science, 100: 429–436.

193. Milàn, J., Kofoed, J., and Bromley, R. G. 2010. Crocodylian-chelonian carnivory: bite traces of dwarf caiman, Paleosuchus palpebbrosus, in red-eared slider, Trachemys scripta, carapaces. In Milàn, J., Lucas, S.G., Lockley, M.G., and Spielmann, J.A., (eds.). Crocodyletracks and traces. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin, 51: 195–200.

194. Bromley, R.G., Kjeldahl-Vallon, T.A., and Vallon, L.H. 2010. Die kambrischen Quallen von Bornholm. Fossilien,2010(2): 106–112.

195. Lauridsen, B.W., Surlyk, F., and Bromley, R.G. 2011. Trace fossils of a cyclic chalk-marl succession; the upper Maastrichtian Rørdal Member, Denmark. Cretaceous Research, 32: 194–202.

196. Santos, A., Mayoral, E., and Bromley, R.G. 2011. Bioerosive structures from Miocene marine mobile-substrate communities in southern Spain, and description of a new sponge boring. Palaeontology, 54: 535–545.

197. Clemmensen, L.B., Bromley, R.G., and Holm, P.M. 2011. Glauconitic deposits at Julegård on the south coast of Bornholm, Denmark dated to the Cambrian. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 59: 1–12.

198. Mueller-Töwe, I.J., Kjeldahl-Vallon, T.A., Milàn, J., Vallon, L.H., Theodorou, G., Lindgren, J., Roussiakis, S.J., and Bromley, R.G. 2011. First chelonian eggs and carapace fragments from the Pliocene of Rhodes, Greece. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 262: 309–322.

199. Mángano, M.G., Bromley, R.G., Harper, D.A.T., Nielsen, A.T., Smith M.P., and Vinther, J. 2012. Nonbiomineralized carapaces in Cambrian seafloor landscapes (Sirius Passet, Greenland): Opening a new window into early Phanerozoic benthic ecology. Geology,40: 519–522.

200. Hart, M.B., Bromley, R.G., and Packer, S.R. 2012. Anatomy of the stratigraphical boundary between the Arnager Greensand and Arnager Limestone (Upper Cretaceous) on Bornholm, Denmark. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 123: 471–478.

201. Carmona, N.B., Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Bromley, R.G., Ponce, J.J., and Bellosi, E. 2012. Ichnology of Cenozoic marine deposits from Patagonia (southern Argentina): The role of the modern evolutionary fauna in Neogene infaunal ecosystems. In Netto, R.G., Carmona, N.B., and Tognoli, F.M.W. (eds.). Ichnology of Latin America – selected papers. Monografias da SociedadeBrasileira de Palentologia, 2: 83–97.

202. Knaust, D. and Bromley, R.G. 2012, eds. Trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments. Developments in Sedimentology, 64, Elsevier, Amsterdam, XXX + 924 p.

203. Ekdale, A.A., Bromley, R.G., and Knaust, D. 2012. The ichnofabric concept. In Knaust, D. and Bromley, R.G. (eds.). Trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments. Developments in Sedimentology, 64: 139–155.

204. Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G. 2012. Eolianenvironments. In Knaust, D. and Bromley, R.G. (eds.). Trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments. Developments in Sedimentology, 64: 419–437.

205. Knaust, D. and Bromley, R.G. 2012. Epilogue. InKnaust, D. and Bromley, R.G. (eds.). Trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments. Developments in Sedimentology, 64: 897–899.

206. Titschack, J., Joseph, N., Fietzke, J., Freiwald, A., and Bromley, R.G. 2013. Record of a tectonically-controlled regression captured by changes in carbonate skeletal associations on a structured island shelf (mid-Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece). Sedimentary Geology, 283: 15–33.

207. Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A., and Bromley, R.G. 2013. Finichnus, a new name for the ichnogenus LeptichnusTaylor, Wilson and Bromley, 1999, preoccupied by Leptichnus Simroth, 1896 (Mollusca, Gastropoda). Palaeontology, 56: 456.

208. Pirrone, C.A., Buatois, L.A., and Bromley, R.G. 2014. Ichnotaxobases for bioerosion trace fossils in bones. Journal of Paleontology, 88: 195–203.

209. Bromley, R.G., Jakobsen, S.L., and Vallon, L.H. 2014. Jurassische Quallen auch auf Bornholm?. Fossilien,2014(1): 8–11.

210. Neumann, C., Wisshak, M., Aberhan, M., Girod, P., Rösner, T., and Bromley, R.G. 2014. Centrichnuseccentricus revisited: a new view on anomiid bivalve bioerosion. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 60: 539–549.

211. Vallon, L.H., Schweigert, G., Bromley, R.G., Röper, M., and Ebert, M. 2015. Ecdysichnia – a new ethological category for trace fossils produced by moulting. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae, 85: 433–444.

212. Bromley, R.G. and Nielsen, K.S.S. 2015. Bioerosional ichnotaxa and the fossilization barrier. Annales SocietatisGeologorum Poloniae, 85: 453–455.

213. Vallon, L.H., Rindsberg, A.K., and Bromley, R.G. 2016. An updated classification of animal behaviour preserved in substrates. Geodinamica Acta, 28: 5–20.

214. Wetzel, A., Uchman, A., and Bromley, R.G. 2016.Underground miners come out to the surface – Trails of earthworms. Ichnos, 23: 99–107.

215. Färber, C., Titschack, J., Schönberg, C.H.L., Ehrig, K., Boos, K., Baum, D., Illerhaus, B., Asgaard, U., Bromley, R.G., Freiwald, A., and Wisshak, M. 2016. Long-term macrobioerosion in the Mediterranean Sea assessed by micro-computed tomography. Biogeosciences, 13: 3461–3474.

216. Mikuláš, R., Milàn, J., Genise, J. F., Bertling, M., and Bromley, R. G. 2020. An insect boring in an Early Cretaceous wood from Bornholm, Denmark. Ichnos, this volume.

217. Carmona, N.B., Mángano, M.G., Buatois, L.A., Bromley, R. G., Ponce, J.J., Asgaard, U., and Bellosi, E. 2020.Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior. Ichnos, this volume.

218. Rindsberg, A.K., Bromley, R.G., and Vallon, L.H. (in preparation). Glossary of ichnology. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Knaust, D. (coordinating authors, in preparation). Trace fossils. In Selden, P. (ed.). Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part W. Geological Society of America, Boulder (Colorado).

Ichnology Newsletter:

Bromley, R. G. 1981. Getting stuffed. Ichnology Newsletter,12: 3.

Bromley, R.G. 1998. Untitled [cover art]. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 20: 1.

Bromley, R.G. 1999. Entobia isp. in Cretaceous bivalve Inoceramus [cover art]. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 21: 1.

Pollard, J., Curran, H.A., and Bromley, R.G. 1999. Progress report: Atlas of Ichnofabrics. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 21: 17.

Bromley, R.G. and Uchman, A. 1999. International Association of Sedimentologists, Field Trip no. 7: “Ichnofabric and trace fossils in Palaeozoic and Mesozoic sediments, Bornholm, Denmark”, August 24-26, 1999. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 21: 56-57.

Bromley, R.G. 2000. Pedestrian photichnology [cover art and caption]. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 22: 1-2. [Includes instructions on how to create a six-toed footprint.]

Bromley, R.G. 2001. Pleistocene tourists on Mallorca [cover art]. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.).Ichnology Newsletter, 23: 1.

Bromley, R.G. 2002. Ichnological frameup [cover art]. InRindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 24: 1.

Milàn, J. and Bromley, R.G. 2003. Emu footprint [cover art]. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 25: 1.

Bromley, R.G. 2004. One tracemaker, many traces, One Ichnology. In Rindsberg, A.K. and Uchman, A. (eds.). Ichnology Newsletter, 26: 161.