Burrow, C.J. & Murphy, M.A. & Turner, S. (2023)
Late Silurian to earliest Devonian vertebrate biostratigraphy of the Birch Creek II section, Roberts Mountains, Nevada, U.S.A. PaleoBios, 40(4), 1–32
Long, J.A. & Thomson, V. & Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2021)
Fossil chondrichthyan remains from the Middle Devonian Kevington Creek Formation, South Blue Range, Victoria. In: Ancient Fishes and their Living Relatives: a Tribute to John G. Maisey. Alan Pradel, John S. S. Denton & Philippe Janvier (eds.): pp. 239-245, 7 figs., Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, München, Germany
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2018)
Stem chondrichthyan microfossils from the Lower Old Red Sandstone of the Welsh Borderland. Acta Geologica Polonica, 68(3), 321–334
DOI: 10.1515/agp-2018-0010
Turner, S. & Avery, S. (2017)
A Jurassic non-marine chondrichthyan in Australia and its palaeogeographic significance. Palaeoworld, 26(2), 268–278
DOI: 10.1016/j.palwor.2017.01.001
Turner, S. & Burrow, C.J. & Williams, R.B. & Tarrant, P. (2017)
Welsh Borderland bouillabaisse: Lower Old Red Sandstone fish microfossils and their significance. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 128(3), 460–479
DOI: 10.1016/j.pgeola.2017.04.006
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. & Maisey, J.G. & Desbiens, S. & Miller, R.F. (2017)
Spines of the stem chondrichthyan Doliodus latispinosus (Whiteaves) comb. nov. from the Lower Devonian of eastern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 54(12), 1248–1262
DOI: 10.1139/cjes-2017-0059
Turner, S. & Burrow, C.J. & Williams, R. (2014)
Welsh Borderland bouillabaisse: bonebeds, age control, palaeo(bio) geography lifestyles and diversity of microvertebrates (thelodont, acanthodian, 'shark', placoderm scales) [Abstract]. In The Old Red Sandstone: is it Old, is it Red and is it all Sandstone? Elim Centre Brecon 3–5 October, Programme and Abstracts: 11–13
Maisey, J.G. & Turner, S. & Naylor, G.J.P. & Miller, R. (2014)
Dental patterning in the earliest sharks: implications for tooth evolution. Journal of Morphology, 275(5), 586–596
DOI: 10.1002/jmor.20242
Trinajstic, K. & Roelofs, B. & Burrow, C.J. & Long, J.A. & Turner, S. (2014)
Devonian vertebrates from the Canning and Carnarvon Basins with an overview of Paleozoic vertebrates of Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 97, 133–151
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2013)
Scale structure of putative chondrichthyan Gladbachus adentatus Heidtke & Krätschmer, 2001 from the Middle Devonian Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany. Historical Biology, 25(3), 385–390
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Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2012)
Fossil fish taphonomy and the contribution of microfossils in documenting Devonian vertebrate history. In J.A. Talent ed. Global biodiversity, extinction intervals and biogeographic perturbations through time UNESCO/International Year of Planet Earth ‘life theme'.
Turner, S. & Burrow, C.J. (2011)
A Lower Carboniferous Xenacanthiform Shark from Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 31(2), 241–257
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Turner, S. & Burrow, C.J. (2011)
Mississippian fish assemblage from the Ducabrook Formation, central Queensland: palaeoenvironment and taphonomy [Abstract]. CAVEPS 13, Perth, Western Australia, 27–30 April 2011, Programme & Abstracts. Geological Survey of Western Australia Record 2011/9: 104.
Ginter, M. & Turner, S. (2010)
The middle Paleozoic Selachian genus Thrinacodus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30(6), 1666–1672
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Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2010)
Reassessment of “Protodus” scoticus from the Early Devonian of Scotland. In ELLIOTT, D.K. & MAISEY, J.G. & YU, X. & Desui MIAO(editors): Morphology, phylogeny and paleobiogeography of fossil fishes—honouring Meemann Chang, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil: 123–144, 8 figs., 2 apps.
Klug, C. & Kröger, B. & Kiessling, W. & Mullins, G.L. & Servais, T. & Frýda, J. & Korn, D. & Turner, S. (2010)
The Devonian ecological revolution, an underrated radiation. Lethaia, 43(4), 465–477
DOI: 10.1111/j.1502-3931.2009.00206.x
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. & Young, G. (2010)
Middle Palaeozoic microvertebrate assemblages and biogeography of East Gondwana (Australasia, Antarctica). Palaeoworld, 19(1–2), 37–54
DOI: 10.1016/j.palwor.2009.11.001
Maisey, J.G. & Miller, R.F. & Turner, S. (2009)
The braincase of the chondrichthyan Doliodus from the Lower Devonian Campbellton Formation of New Brunswick, Canada. Acta Zoologica(Stockholm), 90(Suppl. 1), 109–122
DOI: 10.1111/j.1463-6395.2008.00330.x
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. (2009)
Cartilaginous fish fauna from the Viséan (Carboniferous, Mississippian) Ducabrook Formation, Central Queensland [Abstract]. CAVEPS 12, Sydney, New South Wales, 22–25 June 2009. Geological Society of Australia, Abstracts 93
Burrow, C.J. & Hovestadt, D.C. & Hovestadt-Euler, M. & Turner, S. & Young, G.C. (2008)
New information on the Devonian shark Mcmurdodus, based on material from western Queensland, Australia. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58(2), 155–163
Turner, S. & Miller, R.F. (2008)
Protodus jexi Woodward, 1892 (Chondrichthyes), from the Lower Devonian Campbellton Formation, New Brunswick, Canada. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58(2), 133–145
Turner, S. & Schneider, J.W. & Hampe, O. (2008)
The survivors: Devonian-Triassic xenacanths from Gondwana [Abstract]. In S. Stamberg ed. C/p symposium, Hradec Kralove, July 6–11, 2008
Turner, S. & Miller, R.F. (2008)
Protodus jexi, Woodward, 1892 (Chondrichthyes), from the Lower Devonian Campbellton Formation, New Brunswick, Canada [Abstract]. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 11, 20–21
Burrow, C.J. & Hovestadt, D.C. & Hovestadt-Euler, M. & Turner, S. & Young, G.C. (2008)
Mid-Palaeozoic (Devonian, ?late Emsian) shark Mcmurdodus whitei from western Queensland, Australia [Abstract]. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 11, 2
Thies, D. & Mudroch, A. & Turner, S. (2007)
The potential of vertebrate microfossils for marine to non-marine correlation in the Late Jurassic. Progress in Natural Science, 17(5), 79–87
Hampe, O. & Johnson, G.D. & Turner, S. (2006)
Dicentrodus (Chondrichthyes: Xenacanthida) from the Early Carboniferous (Visean: upper St Louis Formation) of Iowa, USA. Geological Magazine, 143(4), 545–549
DOI: 10.1017/S0016756806002093
Turner, S. & Miller, R.F. (2006)
“Spiny Sharks” in Early Devonian “Non-Marine” Palaeoenvironments [Abstract]. In Qun Yang, Yongdong Wang, Elizabeth A. Weldon(Editors) Ancient Life and Modern Approaches. Abstracts of the 2nd International Palaeontological Congress. June 17–21, 2006, Beijing, China. pp. 339–340.
Garvey, J.M. & Turner, S. (2006)
Vertebrate microremains from the presumed earliest Carboniferous of the Mansfield Basin, Victoria. Alcheringa, 30(1), 43–62
DOI: 10.1080/03115510608619344
Turner, S. & Miller, R.F. (2005)
New ideas about Old Sharks. American Scientist, 93(3), 244–252
Turner, S. & Miller, R.F. (2005)
Protodus jexi Woodward 1892, an early Devonian shark from Canada [Abstract]. North American Paleontology Convention, Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia June 19–25, Programme and Abstracts, PaleoBios 25, Suppl. to no. 2, p. 116.
Turner, S. (2004)
Early vertebrates: analysis from microfossil evidence. In ARRATIA, G., WILSON, M. V. H. and CLOUTIER, R. (Eds.), Recent advances in the origin and early radiation of vertebrates. Honoring Hans–Peter Schultze: 67–94
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. & Heidtke, U.H.J. (2003)
The squamation of Gladbachus adentatus HEIDTKE & KRÄTSCHMER, 2001. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 7, 16–17
Miller, R.F. & Cloutier, R. & Turner, S. (2003)
The oldest articulated chondrichthyan from the Early Devonian period. Nature, 425(6957), 501–504
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Turner, S. (2003)
Jaws!, False Teeth, or Gums? - shedding light on the the thelodont-chondrichthyan hypothesis. In Longman Symposium, CAVEPS 2003, July 7–11, Abstracts volume, Queensland Museum, Brisbane: 33–34
Hairapetian, V. & Turner, S. (2003)
Upper Devonian fish microremains from eastern and southeastern Iran [Abstract]. In Schultze, H–P. Luksevics, E & Unwin, D. eds. UNESCO–IUGS IGCP 491: The Gross Symposium 2: Advances In Palaeoichthyology, Riga, Latvia, September 8 – 14, 2003, Abstracts: 26–27
Kemp, N.R. & Turner, S. (2002)
Cretaceous chondrichthyan biodiversity in Early Cretaceous seaways of Queensland [Abstract]. In Brock, G. A. & Talent, J.A. eds. 1st International Palaeontological Congress, IPC–2002, Sydney July 6–10, Geological Society of Australia, Abstracts no 68, 226–227.
Burrow, C.J. & Turner, S. & Wang, S-T. (2000)
Devonian microvertebrates from Longmenshan, Sichuan, China: Taxonomic assessment. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 223, 391–452
Turner, S. & Basden, A. & Burrow, C.J. (2000)
Devonian vertebrates of Queensland. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 223, 487–522
Blieck, A. & Turner, S. (2000)
IGCP 328: Palaeozoic Microvertebrates final scientific report - Introduction. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 223, 1–67
Yazdi, M. & Turner, S. (2000)
Late Devonian and Carboniferous vertebrates from the Shishtu and Sardar formations of the Shotori Range, Iran. Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 58, 223–240
Ginter, M. & Turner, S. (1999)
The early Famennian recovery of phoebodont sharks. Acta Geologica Polonica, 49(2), 105–117
Yazdi, M. & Long, J.A. & Turner, S. (1999)
New placoderm remains from the Late Devonian (Frasnian) of the Shotori Range, Eastern Iran. In R. Feist, J. Talent and B. Orth(eds), Abstract Book, Errachidia Meeting of SDS–IGCP project 421, North Gondwanan Mid–Paleozoic bioevent/biogeography patterns in relation to crustal dynamics, April 23rd–May 1st, 1999: 45–46.
Burrow, C.J. & Vergoossen, J.M.J. & Turner, S. & Uyeno, T. & Thorsteinsson, R. (1999)
Microvertebrate assemblages from the Late Silurian of Cornwallis Island, Arctic Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 36, 349–361
DOI: 10.1139/cjes-36-3-349
Turner, S. (1998)
The Omalodontida and the appearance of teeth in 'sharks'. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 4, 51–52
Turner, S. (1997)
Dittodus species of Eastman 1899 and Hussakof and Bryant 1918 (Mid to Late Devonian). Modern Geology, 21, 87–119
Turner, S. & Long, J.A. (1997)
Palaeozoic sharks of Western Australia. In CAVEPS July 7th–11th, Programme and Abstracts, Perth Cultural Centre, 60–61
Ginter, M. & Turner, S. (1997)
New early Famennian phoebodont shark from Melville Island, Arctic Canada. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 3, 10–11
Burrow, C.J. & Vergoossen, J.M.J. & Turner, S. (1997)
Microvertebrate assemblages from the Late Silurian of Cornwallis Island, Arctic Canada [Abstract]. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 3, 6–7
Turner, S. & Youngquist, W. (1995)
Late Devonian phoebodont (Pisces: Chondrichthyes) from the Confusion Range, Utah. Geobios, 28(Supplement 2), 389–392
DOI: 10.1016/S0016-6995(95)80144-8
Turner, S. (1995)
Doliodus problematicus (Woodward 1892) from the Lower Devonian of Campbellton, northern New Brunswick, the oldest known non-marine xenacanthoid? Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 16, 39–40
Turner, S. & Wang, S.-T. & Young, C. (1995)
Lower Devonian microvertebrates from Longmenshan; Sichuan; China: Preliminary report. Geobios, 28(Supplement 2), 383–387
DOI: 10.1016/S0016-6995(95)80143-X
Wang, S.-T. & Turner, S. (1995)
A reappraisal of Upper Devonian-Lower Carboniferous vertebrate microfossils in South China. Professional Papers of Stratigraphy and Palaeontology, 26: 59–70
Turner, S. & Vergoossen, J.M.J. & Young, G.C. (1995)
Fish microfossils from Irian Jaya. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 18, 165–178
Turner, S. & Campbell, R. (1993)
Doliodus problematicus (Woodward 1892) from the Lower Devonian of Campbellton, northern New Brunswick, the oldest non-marine xenacanthoid? Abstracts Gross Symposium, Göttingen, 4–6 August 1993
Turner, S. (1993)
Restudy of Late Givetian/early Frasnian "Dittodus" specimens of Hussakof and Bryant 1918 and other American xenacanthid-phoebodont type teeth. In S. Turner(ed.) IGCP328:SDS The Gross Symposium, Göttingen 31 July–7 Aug. 1993, Abstracts, 1p.
Turner, S. & Campbell, R. (1993)
Stem group xenacanthoids(?) from the Early Devonian of Canada. In S. Turner(ed.) IGCP328:SDS The Gross Symposium, Göttingen 31 July–7 Aug. 1993, Abstracts(submitted), poster, 2pp.
Turner, S. (1993)
Early Carboniferous microvertebrates from the Narrien Range, central Queensland. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 15, 289–304
Turner, S. (1993)
Palaeozoic microvertebrates from eastern Gondwana. In LONG, J.(ed.). Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biostratigraphy and Biogeography, Belhaven Press, London, 369 pp.: 174–207
Turner, S. & Rozefelds, A. (1991)
Tip of the pyramid? Cretaceous megasharks from Australia. C.A.V.E.P.S. Alice Springs, March 31–April 2, Abstracts, 1 p.
Turner, S. (1991)
Palaeozoic vertebrate microfossils of Australia. In P. Vickers–Rich, Monagahan, J.N., Baird, R.F. & Rich, T.H. (Eds) Vertebrate Palaeontology of Australasia. Pioneer Design Studios with Monash Univ. Publications Committee, Melbourne. Chapter 13: 429–464
Turner, S. (1990)
Early Carboniferous Shark Remains from the Rockhampton District, Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 28(1) , 65–73
Gagnier, P.-Y. & Turner, S. & Friman, L. & Suarez-Riglos, M. & Janvier, P. (1988)
The Devonian vertebrate and mollusc fauna from Seripona (Dept. of Chuquisaca, Bolivia). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 176(2), 269–297
Turner, S. & Murphy, M.A. (1988)
Early devonian vertebrate microfossils from the Simpson Park Range, Eureka County, Nevada. Journal of Paleontology, 62(6), 959–964
Turner, S. & Young, G.C. (1987)
Shark teeth from the Early-Middle Devonian Cravens Peak Beds, Georgina Basin, Queensland. Alcheringa, 11(3), 233–244
Turner, S. (1985)
Remarks on the early history of chondrichthyans, thelodonts, and some "higher elasmobranchs". In AAP Hornibrook Symposium. Rec. N.Z. Geol. Surv. 9: 93–95
Wang, S.-T. & Turner, S. (1985)
Vertebrate microfossils of the Devonian-Carboniferous boundary, Muhua Section, Guizhou Province. Vertebrata Palasiatica, 23(3), 224–234
Turner, S. (1983)
Taxonomic note on Harpago. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 3(1), 38
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Turner, S. (1982)
Middle Palaeozoic elasmobranch remains from Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2(2), 117–131
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Turner, S. (1982)
A catalogue of fossil fish in Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 20(3), 599–611