Palaios: PALAIOS, an international journal of SEPM, emphasizes the impact of life on Earth history. This journal is devoted to application of paleontology in solving geologic problems in a broad spectrum of subdisciplines including stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleogeography, paleoecology, and paleobiology. Each issue features several comprehensive articles as well as numerous short papers, book reviews, relevant news, and announcements.
PaleoBios: PaleoBios is a peer-reviewed journal produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology. Issued in three numbers each year, PaleoBios publishes scholarly articles on all paleontological topics.
Reinterpretation of Climactichnites Logan 1860 to Include Subsurface Burrows, and Erection of Musculopodus for Resting Traces of the Trailmaker: A 2008 journal article by P.R. Getty and J.W. Hagadorn concerning these enigmatic trace fossils.
The Polyglot Paleontologist: A website that makes available hundreds of English translations of non-English paleontological papers. Visitors may donate translations or download copies in pdf and doc formats.
EON: Paleo Division of the Geological Association of Canada newsletter: A communication hub for members of the Paleontology Division, with the aim of disseminating information of significance to the Canadian paleontological community.
Geoscience e-Journals: Peer-reviewed electronic journals dedicated to open-access publishing in the field of Earth Sciences (geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, regional geology, stratigraphy, geography, etc.), i.e., those e-journals that permit free online access to all or at least a major part of their current issue and/or archives.
Journal of Paleontological Techniques: A peer-reviewed, online and freely accessible publication dedicated to the subject of fossil preparation.
Classic Localities Explained: Joggins, Nova Scotia: A 2010 article (pdf) from Geology Today on the geologic and recent history of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, along with descriptions of the ecosystems and fossils represented .
Hermit arthropods 500 million years ago?: A 2009 Geology journal article by J.W. Hagadorn and D. Seilacher interpreting Protichnites having shingled impressions between the footprints.
Three-dimensionally preserved arthropods from Cambrian lagerstätten of Quebec and Wisconsin: A 2010 Journal of Paleontology article by J.H. Collette and J.W. Hagadorn describing the animals that may have made some of the arthropod trace fossils.