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Eine Elasmobranchierfauna (Elasmobranchii, Neoselachii) aus der Oberen Meeresmolasse (Ottnangium, Unteres Miozän) des Heigelsberger Grabens bei Teisendorf, Oberbayern. [A Miocene elasmobranch fauna (Elasmobranchii, Neoselachii) from the Upper Marine Molasse of Upper Bavaria (Heigelsberger Ditch, Teisendorf, Bavaria)]. Zitteliana, A54: 23–37
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A new deep-sea elasmobranch fauna form the Central Paratethys (Neuhofener Beds, Mitterdorf, near Passau, Germany, Early Miocene, Middle Burdigalian). Zitteliana, 90: 27–53
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Evolution et phylogénie des Xenacanthifonnes (=Pleuracanthiformes) (Pisces: Chondrichthyes). Annales de Paléontologie, 75 (4): 187–222, 12 fig., 2 pls.
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The Upper Cretaceous coprolites of the Lower Volga River Basin Questions of the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic stratigraphy, A Scientific Collection, Saratov: Saratov University Publishing, Vol. 7. P. 143–148. 1 fig. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1996)
The ontogenetic variability of the chimaeroid dental plates and its significance for a taxonomy. Abstract. “Problems of the Biosfera's research”: Abstracts of the All–russian scientific conference, Saratov: Saratov University Publishing, P. 39–40. [In Russian]
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The Upper Cretaceous chimaeroid fishes from the Volga region: stratigraphical aspects of the research. Abstract. Abstracts of the 5th International Cretaceous Symposium. Freiberg, Germany, P. 147.
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The Upper Cretaceous chimaeroid fishes from the Volga River Basin: stratigraphical aspects of the research. Abstract. Bulletin of the Scientific–students Society, On materials of the Internat. Conferences of students and post graduate students “Leninskye Gorye – 95” and “Lomonosov – 96”, Moscow: Moscow University Publishing, P. 19–20 [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1996)
The use of ontogenetic series in the study of tooth plates of Cretaceous-Paleogene chimaeroid fishes. Abstracts, 42nd Conference of the Paleontological Society, Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg: 69–70. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1996)
The Paleogene sharks of the Volga River Basin: the research perspectives “Geological sciences – 96”: The collection of materials of the scientific conference, Saratov
POPOV, E.V. (1997)
The species criteries problem for the recent and ancient chimaeroid fishes (Chimaeriformes, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. “Problems of the systematic and evolution of the organic world”: Abstracts of the XLIII session of the Palaeontological Society of RAS (January 27 – 31, 1997), SPb, P. 56–57 [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1998)
About age changes of chimaeroid dental plates. Abstract. Bull. Moscou Soc. of Naturalists. Geology, Vol. 73. No. 2. P. 69. (Abstract 17.05.1994). [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1998)
To the question on “giantism” of some fossil representatives of the chimaeroid fiches (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. “Geological Sciences – 98”: Abstracts of the scintific conference. Saratov: “College” Publishing, P. 28–29. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (1999)
On a record of dental plate of the large chimaeroid Edaphodon mantelli (Buckland, 1835) from the Lower Santonian of the Saratov Province (Holocephali, Edaphodontidae). Transactions of the Scientific Research Geological Institute of the N.G. Tchernyshevsky Saratov State University. New series. Saratov: "College" Publishing, Vol. 1. P. 137–141. 2 figs. [In Russian with English summary and explanations of figures]
POPOV, E.V. (1999)
New data on tooth plates morphology of chimaeroid fishes of the genus Ischyodus from the Cretaceous and Paleogene of Central Russia and Volga Region In: I.S. Darevskii and A.O. Averianov (eds.). "Materials on the history of fauna of Eurasia". Proceedings of the Zoological Institute of the RAS, Vol. 277. P. 67–82. 2 figs. [In Russian with English summary]
POPOV, E.V. (1999)
The review of records of the elephant chimaeras remains (Holocephali, Callorhynchidae) from the Cretaceous of the European part of Russia. Abstract. Materials of the International "Lomonosov" Conference of students and post graduate students on fundamental sciences, Moscow: Moscow State University Publishing, Vol. 3. P. 134–135.
POPOV, E.V. (2000)
About reconstructions of the dentitions of chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. «Geology of Russian Platform and adjacent territories at the boundary of the centuries»: Materials of the All–Russian scientific conference. (March, 27–30, 2000, Saratov). Saratov: College Publishing. P. 39–40. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2000)
About the origin of the chimaeroid genus Edaphodon Buckland, 1838 (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. 5th European Workshop on Vertebrate Palaeontology, Abstracts, June 27 – 1 July, 2000, Karlsruhe / Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, georoiss: Abteilung, Karlsruhe. P. 63.
POPOV, E.V. (2000)
Russian paleontology of meso-cenozoic chondrichthyan fishes at the boundary of centuries: some results and current tasks. Abstract. Paleontology in Russia: results and perspectives: Abstracts of the XLVI session of the Paleontological Society of RAS (January 24–28, 2000), Saint Petersburg. P. 77–78. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2002)
A history of elephant fishes of the genus Callorhinchus Lacepede, 1798 (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. IPC2002, Geological Society of Australia, Abstaracts 68. P. 261–262. Sydney.
POPOV, E.V. (2003)
A new genus of elephant fishes (Holocephali, Callorhinchidae) from the upper Callovian of the Volga region near Saratov, Russia. Paleontological Journal, 37 (5): 507–513
POPOV, E.V. (2004)
Cretaceous and Paleocene chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from the south of European Russia (morphology, systematic, stratigraphical distribution). Abstract of Ph.D. thesis. Saratov: Saratov State University, 24 p. / Ph.D. thesis. Saratov: Saratov State University, 430 p. [in Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2004)
Jurassic chondrichthyan fishes (Chondrichthyes) from the European Russia: study status and research perspectives. Abstract. Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods: Abstracts of the First All–Russian scientific school for young scientists in paleontology (conjointly with 44 Conference of young paleontologists of the Moscow Society of Naturalists) (October 20–22, 2004, Moscow). M.: PIN RAS. P. 57–59. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2005)
New data on chimaeroid fishes (Chondrichthyes, Holocephali) from Jurassic of the European Russia. Abstract. «Jurassic system of Russia: problems of stratigraphy and paleogeography»: Abstracts, 1st All–Russian meeting, November 21–22, 2006. Moscow: GIN RAS. P. 199–200. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2006)
A review of Mesozoic and Cenozoic chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from territory of the former USSR. Abstract. J. Vert. Paleo. Suppl., 26(3). 111A.
POPOV, E.V. (2006)
Heterodont (bull-head) sharks (Heterodontoformes) from the Jurassic of European Russia: new data on composition and stratigraphical distribution. Abstract. “Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods”: Abstracts of the Second All–Russian scientific school for young scientists in paleontology (conjointly with 45 Conference of young paleontologists of the Moscow Society of Naturalists), October, 3–5, 2006, Moscow. PIN RAS. P. 53–54. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2006)
Cretaceous and Paleogene long-nosed chimaeras (Chimaeroidei, Rhinochimaeridae) of Eurasia (composition and evolution of the family). Abstract. «Cretaceous system of Russia and adjacent territories: problems of stratigraphy and paleogeography»: Collection of materials of the 3rd All–Russian meeting (Saratov, September, 26–30, 2006) / V. A.Musatov (ed.). – Saratov: SO EAGO publishers. P. 161–163. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2007)
The first records of the Cretaceous chimaeroid fish genus Lebediodon Nessov & Averianov, 1996 (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei, “Edaphodontidae”) from western Europe. Abstract. The Palaeontological Association, 51th Annual Meeting (December 16–19, Uppsala, Sweden). Abstracts. P. 40.
POPOV, E.V. (2007)
New data on the Cretaceous and Paleogene elephant fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei, Callorhinchus). Abstract. “Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods”: Abstracts of the IV All–Russian scientific school for young scientists in paleontology (conjointly with 47 Conference of young paleontologists of the Moscow Society of Naturalists), October, 15–17, 2007, Moscow. PIN RAS. P. 36–37. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2007)
New data about composition of the genus Ischyodus Egerton, 1843 (Pisces, Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. «Paleontology, paleobiogeography and paleoecology»: Materials of the LIII session of the Paleontological Society of RAS (April, 2–6, 2007, Saint–Petersburg). P. 104–105. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2008)
A revision of the chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from the British Cretaceous. Abstract. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 11: 18
POPOV, E.V. (2008)
Revision of Mesozoic and Cenozoic chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) in British museums. The Palaeontology Newsletter, 67. P. 83–86.
POPOV, E.V. (2008)
A revision of the chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from the British Cretaceous. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58 (2): 243–247
POPOV, E.V. (2008)
On a record of tooth plates of chimaeroid fish species Edaphodon crassus Newton, 1878 (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from the Albian of Western Kazakhstan (Mangyshlak Peninsula). Abstract. “Cretaceous System of Russia and adjacent countries: problems of stratigraphy and paleogeography”: Proceeding of the Fourth All–Russian meeting, Novosibirsk, September 19–23, 2008 / Eds O.S. Dzyuba, V.A. Zakharov, B.N. Shurygin. – Novosibirsk: Publishing House SB RAS. P. 143–144. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2010)
Jaws of Jurassic seas. PaleoMir, 1 (8): 40–51 [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. (2010)
The diversity and nomenclatural revision of the Holocephalian fishes (Chimaeriformes) from the Hornerstown formation (K/T transition) of New Jersey, USA. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30 (Supplement to Number 2): 147A
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POPOV, E.V. (2011)
Miocene-early Pliocene chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from California and a review of the global Neogene chimaeroid diversity and distribution. Abstract. Conference: 71the Annual Meeting Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. November 2–5, 2011. Supplement to the online Journal of the Vertebrate Paleontology, November 2011: 175
POPOV, E.V. (2011)
New data on chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali; Chimaeroidei) from the Cretaceous and Neogene of Australia. Abstract. Abstract Volume of the II International Obruchev Symposium “Paleozoic Early Vertebrates”. Eds. O.Lebedev & A. Ivanov, St. Petersburg. 2011. P. 40–41.
POPOV, E.V. (2013)
A revision of the chimaeroid genus Elasmodus Egerton, 1843 (Holocephali: Chimaeroidei). Abstract. In: SCHWARZ, C. & KRIWET, J. (editors): 6th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes – Diversification and Diversity Patterns, Vienna, Austria August 4th–10th, 2013: 57
POPOV, E.V. (2016)
An annotated bibliography of the soviet palaeoichthyologist Leonid Glickman (1929–2000). Proceedings of the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, 320 (1): 25–49
POPOV, E.V. & AVERIANOV, A.V. (2001)
Early Cretaceous holocephalans from Belgorod Province, Russia: the Mesozoic success of a Paleozoic group. Abstract. “Obruchev Symposium Evolutionary Palaeoichthyology”. Moscow, 13–16 March 2001. Programme and Abstracts Volume. Moscow: Palaeontological Institute of the RAS. P. 41–42.
POPOV, E.V. & BEZNOSOV, P.A. (2005)
About chimaeroid fish remains (Holocephali: Chimaeroidei) from the Upper Jurassic of Komi Republic, Russia. Abstract. Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods: Abstracts of the Second All–Russian scientific school for young scientists in paleontology (conjointly with 45 Conference of young paleontologists of the Moscow Society of Naturalists). October 3–5, 2005. Moscow: PIN RAS. P. 55–57. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & BEZNOSOV, P.A. (2006)
Remains of chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali: Chimaeroidei) from the Upper Jurassic deposits of Komi Republic, Russia In: Eds. A. Yu. Rozanov, A. V. Lopatin & P. Yu. Parkhaev. “Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods – 2006”. Russian Academy of Sciences, Paleontological Institute. Moscow. P. 55–64. [In Russian with English abstract]
POPOV, E.V. & BIRIUKOV, A.V. (2015)
Early and Middle Cenomanian elasmobranchs from the Volga Region, Russia. Abstract. Conference: SVP 75th Annual Meeting in Dallas, USA
POPOV, E.V. & BIRUKOV, A.V. (1999)
Status of studying and present tasks of research of the elasmobranchian fauna (Chondrychthyes) from the Cenomanian deposits of the Volga River Bassin. Abstract. Materials of the International "Lomonosov" Conference of students and post graduate students on fundamental sciences, Moscow: Moscow State University Publishing, Vol. 3. P. 111–112. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & BIRUKOV, A.V. (1999)
On the records of sawfishes's teeth (Batomorphi: Sclerorhynchidae) from the Upper Cretaceous of Lower Volga River Basin. Abstract. “Geological Sciences – 99”: Abstracts of the scientific interdepartmental conference. Saratov: "College" Publishing, P. 55–56. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & DUFFIN, C. & TISCHLINGER, H. & ATUCHIN, A. (2013)
Reconstructions of the German Plattenkalk (Late Jurassic) chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei). Abstract. In: SCHWARZ, C. & KRIWET, J. (editors): 6th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes – Diversification and Diversity Patterns, Vienna, Austria August 4th–10th, 2013: 56
POPOV, E.V. & EFIMOV, V.M. (2012)
New Records of the Chimaeroid Genus Stoilodon Nessov & Averianov, 1996 (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) Remains from the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous of European Russia. [in Russian with English abstract] Proceedings of the Saratov University, Earth Sciences, 1: 66–79
POPOV, E.V. & EFIMOV, V.M. & EFIMOV, V.V. (2006)
About first records of the Upper Jurassic chondrichthyan remains from the Gorodische section (Ul'yanovsk Province). “. Abstract.
POPOV, E.V. & GLICKMAN, E.L. (2016)
The life and scientific heritage of Leonid Sergeyevich Glickman (1929–2000). Proceedings of the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, 320 (1): 4–24
POPOV, E.V. & GRIGORIEV, M.A. & VOLKOV, A.V. (2001)
About first records of the Jurassic sharks teeth (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from the Volga River Basin, Russia. “Research results from SRGI and Geological Faculty of SSU”: Transactions of the Scientific Research Geological Institute of the N. G. Tchernyshevsky Saratov State University. New series. Saratov: "Scientific Book" Publishing, Vol. VII. P. 5–18. 7 figs. [In Russian with English summary and explanations of figures]
POPOV, E.V. & IVANOV, A.O.V. (1996)
Oscillating tendencies' in morphogenesis in the Cretaceous-Paleogene Ischyodus (Chimaeroidei, Edaphodontidae). Saratov State University: collection of papers of the conference ‘Geological Sciences–96': 53–57 [In Russian].
POPOV, E.V. & LAPKIN, A.V. (2000)
A new shark species of the genus Galeorhinus (Chondrichthyes, Triakidae) from the Cenomanian of the lower Volga River basin. Paleontological Journal, 34 (4): 435–438
POPOV, E.V. & LEPAGE, G. (2008)
On a record of myriacanthid holocephalian (Holocephali, Myriacanthoidei) from the Kimmeridgean of France. Abstract. “Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods”: Abstracts of the V All–Russian scientific school for young scientists in paleontology (conjointly with 48 Conference of young paleontologists of the Moscow Society of Naturalists), October, 6–8, 2008, Moscow. PIN RAS. P. 44 [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & MACHALSKI, M. (2014)
Late Albian chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from Annopol, Poland. Cretaceous Research, 47: 1–18
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POPOV, E.V. & MINIKH, A.V. & PAKHNEVICH, A.V. (2009)
Records of chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeriformes) from the upper Triassic of Franz-Joseph Land Archipelago (North Ice Ocean). Abstract. “200 years of national paleontology”: Materials of the All–Russian Meeting, Moscow, October 220–22, 2009. P. 112–113. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & SAGAEV, D.I. (2009)
New data on chondrichthyan fishes from the lower Bathonian of Sokur caly pit (Saratov). Abstract. V.A. Zakharov (editor in–chief) / Jurassic system of Russia: problems of stratigraphy and paleogeography: Materials of 3rd all–Russian meeting, September 23–27, 2009, Saratov, Saratov State University. Saratov: Publishing centre “Nauka”. P. 174–176. [In Russian]
POPOV, E.V. & SELTZER, V.B. & VOLKOV, A.V. (2004)
On records of the elasmobranchs teeth (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii) from the lower Callovian of Russia. Questions of Upper Paleozoic and Mesozoic paleontology and stratigraphy, Transactions of the Scientific Research Geological Institute of the N. G. Chernyshevskii Saratov State University, 16: 133–154
POPOV, E.V. & SHAPOVALOV, K.M. (2007)
New finds of chimaeroid fishes (Holocephali, Chimaeroidei) from the Jurassic of European Russia. In: A. Yu. Rozanov & al. (Eds), “Modern Russian paleontology: classic and newest methods – 2006”. Russian Academy of Sciences, Paleontological Institute, pp. 25–47. [In Russian with English abstract]
POPOV, E.V. & WARD, D. & LEPAGE, G. (2009)
The diversity and nomenclatural revision of the holocephalian fishes (Chimaeriformes) from the Kimmeridgian (late Jurassic) of western Europe. Abstract Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29 (Supplement to Number 3): 166A
POPOV, E.V. & WARD, D.J. & MATHEAU-RAVEN, E.R. (2012)
A revision of the chimaeroid fishes (Chimaeroidei) from the Lower Oxford Clay (Middle Jurassic, Callovian) of Cambridgeshire, England. Abstract. Conference: The Palaeontological Association, 56th Annual Meeting, December 16–18, 2012. Programme and Abstracts. 2012: 85
POPOV, E.V. & YARKOV, A.A. (2001)
A new giant species of Edaphodon (Holocephali; Edaphodontidae) from the Beryozovaya Beds (lower Paleocene) of the Volgograd Volga region. Paleontological Journal, 35: 183–187
POPOVA, L. & OGIENKO, O. & SOKOLSKIY, T. (2015)
Fossil Elasmobranchs and Stratigraphy of Cretaceous Deposits, Kaniv. Visnyk of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv–Geology (1): 10–14
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Miocene sharks in the Kendeace and Grand Bay formations of Carriacou, The Grenadines, Lesser Antilles. Caribbean Journal of Science, 44 (3): 279–286
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Ein Neufund von Fayolia sp. (Chondrichthyes: Hai-Eikapsel) mit paläoökologischen Anmerkungen zum Fundhorizont (Niedermoschel-Bank, Unteres Rotliegend, Saar-Nahe-Becken). Mainzer geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, 26: 25–36
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Sitters and Grügelborn, two important Fossil-Lagerstaetten in the Rotliegend (?Late Carboniferous - Early Permian) of the Saar-Nahe Basin (SW-Germany), with the description of a new palaeoniscoid (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 232 (2/3): 283–314, 7 figs., 2 tabs.
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