Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, BOOKS:

2017. Buatois, L., Wisshak, M., Wilson, M.A. and Mángano, G. Categories of architectural designs in trace fossils: A measure of ichnodisparity. Earth-Science Reviews 164: 102-181.

2016. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. A new runner-like cyclostome bryozoan from the Bromide Formation (Sandbian, Upper Ordovician) of Oklahoma and its phylogenetic affinities. Journal of Paleontology 90: 413-417.

2016. Ausich, W.A. and Wilson, M.A. Llandovery (Early Silurian) crinoids from Hiiumaa Island, western Estonia. Journal of Paleontology 90: 1138-1147.

2016. Mángano, G., Buatois, L., Wilson, M.A. and Droser, M. The Great Ordovician Biodiversification event, p. 127-156. In: Mángano, G. and Buatois, L. (eds.), The trace-fossil record of major evolutionary events. Topics in Geobiology (Springer).

2016. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Symbiotic interactions in the Silurian of Baltica. Lethaia 49: 413–420.

2016. Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G., Olea, R.A. and Wilson, M.A. Decoupled evolution of soft and hard substrate communities during the Cambrian Explosion and Ordovician Biodiversification Event. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (25): 6945-6948.

2016. Zatoń, M. Wilson, M.A. and Vinn, O. Comment on the paper of Gierlowski-Kordesch and Cassle “The ‘Spirorbis’ problem revisited: sedimentology and biology of microconchids in marine-nonmarine transitions”. Earth-Science Reviews 152: 198-200.

2015. Wilson, M.A., Bosch, S.* and Taylor, P.D. Middle Jurassic (Callovian) cyclostome bryozoans from the Tethyan tropics (Matmor Formation, southern Israel). Bulletin of Geosciences 90: 51-63.

2015. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A., Ausich, W.I. and Toom, U. Tremichnus in crinoid pluricolumnals from the Silurian of western Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Madrid, vol. 15 (17): 239-243.

2015. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Toom, U. Distribution of Conichnus and Amphorichnus in the early Paleozoic of Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Madrid, vol. 15 (19): 269-278.

2015. Wilson, M.A., Borszcz, T. and Zatoń, M. Bitten spines reveal unique evidence for fish predation on Middle Jurassic echinoids. Lethaia 48: 4-9.

2015. Ausich, W.I., Wilson, M.A. and Vinn, O. Wenlock and Pridoli crinoids from Saaremaa, western Estonia (Phylum Echinodermata). Journal of Paleontology 89: 72 – 81.

2015. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Toom, U. Bioerosion of inorganic hard substrates in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica). PLoS ONE 10(7): e0134279. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134279.

2015. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Symbiotic interactions in the Ordovician of Baltica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 436: 58–63.

2015. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A., Toom, U. and Mõtus, M.-A. Earliest known rugosan-stromatoporoid symbiosis from the Llandovery of Estonia (Baltica). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 431: 1-5.

2014. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A., Zatoń, M. and Toom, U. The trace fossil Arachnostega in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica). Palaeontologia Electronica Article number 17.3.40A.

2014. Wilson, M.A., Reinthal, E.A.* and Ausich, W.I. Parasitism of a new apiocrinitid crinoid species from the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) of southern Israel. Journal of Paleontology 88: 1212-1221.

2014. Wilson, M.A., Vinn, O. and Palmer, T.J. Bivalve borings, bioclaustrations and symbiosis in corals from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) of southern Israel. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414: 243-245.

2014. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Toom, U. Earliest rhynchonelliform brachiopod parasite from the Late Ordovician of northern Estonia (Baltica). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 411: 42-45.

2014. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A., Mõtus, M.-A. and Toom, U. The earliest bryozoan parasite: Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) of Osmussaar Island, Estonia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414: 129-132.

2014. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Mõtus, M.-A. The earliest giant Osprioneides borings from the Sandbian (Late Ordovician) of Estonia. PLoS ONE 9(6): e99455. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099455.

2014. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. The morphology and affinities of Allonema and Ascodictyon, two abundant Palaeozoic encrusters commonly misattributed to the ctenostome bryozoans. In: Rosso, A., Wyse Jackson, P.N. and Porter, J. (eds.) Bryozoan Studies 2013. Studi trentini di scienze naturali 94: 259-266.

2014. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Mõtus, M.-A. Symbiotic endobiont biofacies in the Silurian of Baltica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 404: 24–29.

2014. Zatoń, M., Zhuravlev, A.V., Rakociński, M., Filipiak, P., Borszcz, T., Krawczyński, W., Wilson, M.A. and Sokiran, E.V. Microconchid-dominated cobbles from the Upper Devonian of Russia: opportunism and dominance in a restricted environment following the Frasnian-Famennian biotic crisis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 401: 142-153.

2014. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Ahmad, F. and Wilson, M.A. A Jurassic (Bathonian-Callovian) Daghanirhynchia brachiopod fauna from Jordan. Geologica Acta 12: 1-18.

2014. Frey, L., Naglik, C., Hofmann, R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Frýda, J., Kröger, B., Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A. and Klug, C. Diversity and palaeoecology 
of Early Devonian invertebrate associations in the Tafilalt (Anti-Atlas, Morocco). Bulletin of Geosciences 89: 75-112.

2014. Donovan, S.K., Ausich, W.I., Wilson, M.A. and Peter, M.E. A Middle Ordovician crinoid from the beach gravels of Ristna Cape, Hiiumaa Island, Estonia. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 125: 96-98.

2013. Vinn, O., Wilson, M.A. and Mõtus, M.-A. Symbiotic worm endobionts in a stromatoporoid from the Rhuddanian (Lower Silurian) of Hiiumaa, Estonia. Palaios 28: 863-866.

2013. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Wilson, M.A. and Ahmad, F. Talexirhynchia, a new rhynchonellid genus from the Jurassic Ethiopian Province of Jordan. Paläontologische Zeitschrift DOI: 10.1007/s12542-013-0216-y.

2013. Kelley, P.H., Fastovsky, D.E., Wilson, M.A., Laws, R.A. and Raymond, A. From paleontology to paleobiology: A half-century of progress in understanding life history. In: Bickford, M.E. (ed.), The Web of Geological Sciences: Advances, Impacts, and Interactions: Geological Society of America Special Paper 500: 191–232.

2013. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Silurian cornulitids of Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Brest, Article 2013/09 (CG2013_A09), p. 357-368.

2013. Taylor, P.D., Berning, B. and Wilson, M.A. Reinterpretation of the Cambrian ‘bryozoan’ Pywackia as an octocoral. Journal of Paleontology 87: 984–990.

2013. Retzler, A.*, Wilson, M.A. and Avni, Y. Chondrichthyans from the Menuha Formation (Late Cretaceous: Santonian–Early Campanian) of the Makhtesh Ramon region, southern Israel. Cretaceous Research 40: 81–89.

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

2013. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. An event bed with abundant Skolithos burrows from the late Pridoli (Silurian) of Saaremaa (Estonia). Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Brest, Letter 2013/02 (CG2013_L02).

2012. Wilson, M.A., Zaton, M. and Avni, Y. Origin, paleoecology and stratigraphic significance of bored and encrusted concretions from the Upper Cretaceous (Santonian) of southern Israel. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 92: 343-352.

2012a. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Encrustation and bioerosion on late Sheinwoodian (Wenlock, Silurian) stromatoporoids from Saaremaa, Estonia. Carnets de Géologie [Notebooks on Geology], Brest, Article 2012/07 (CG2012_A07).

2012b. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Epi- and endobionts on the late Silurian (early Pridoli) stromatoporoids from Saaremaa Island, Estonia. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 82: 195-200.

2012. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Palaeoecology, preservation and taxonomy of encrusting ctenostome bryozoans inhabiting ammonite body chambers in the Late Cretaceous Pierre Shale of Wyoming and South Dakota, USA. In: Ernst, A., Schäfer, P. and Scholz, J. (eds.), Bryozoan Studies 2010; Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 143: 419-433.

2012. Judge, S., Pollock, M., Wiles, G. and Wilson, M. 2012. Mentored undergraduate research in the geosciences. Eos 93(36): 345-346.

2012. Zatoń, M., Kano, Y., Wilson, M.A. and Filipiak, P. Unusual tubular fossils associated with microbial crusts from the Middle Jurassic of Poland: agglutinated polychaete worm tubes? Palaios 27: 550-559.

2012. Zaton, M., Wilson, M.A. and Vinn, O. Redescription and neotype designation of the Middle Devonian microconchid (Tentaculita) species ‘Spirorbis’ angulatus Hall, 1861. Journal of Paleontology 86: 417-424.

2012. Ausich, W.I. and Wilson, M.A. New Tethyan Apiocrinitidae (Crinoidea; Articulata) from the Jurassic of Israel. Journal of Paleontology 86: 1051-1055.

2012. Ausich, W.I., Wilson, M.A. and Vinn, O. Crinoids from the Silurian of western Estonia (Phylum Echinodermata). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 57: 613–631.

2012. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M, Ahmad, F. and Wilson, M.A. Jurassic rhynchonellide brachiopods from the Jordan Valley. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 57: 191-204.

2012. Zaton, M., Kremer, B., Marynowski, L., Wilson, M.A. and Krawczynski, W. Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) encrusted oncoids from the Polish Jura, southern Poland. Facies 58: 57–77.

2011. Wilson, M.A., Yancey, T.E. and Vinn, O. A new microconchid tubeworm from the Lower Permian (Artinskian) of central Texas, USA. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56: 785-791.

2011. Thompson, W.G., Curran, H.A., Wilson, M.A. and White, B. Sea-level oscillations during the Last Interglacial highstand recorded by Bahamas corals. Nature Geoscience 4: 684–687.

2011. Krawczynski, C. and Wilson, M.A. The first Jurassic thecideide brachiopods from the Middle East: A new species of Moorellina from the Upper Callovian of Hamakhtesh Hagadol, southern Israel. Acta Geologica Polonica 61: 71-77.

2011. Zaton, M., Machocka, S., Wilson, M.A., Marynowski, L. and Taylor, P.D. Origin and paleoecology of Middle Jurassic hiatus concretions from Poland. Facies 57: 275-300.

2011. Zaton, M., Wilson, M.A. and Zavar, E.* Diverse sclerozoan assemblages encrusting large bivalve shells from the Callovian (Middle Jurassic) of southern Poland. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 307: 232–244.

2010. Wilson, M.A., Feldman, H.R. and Krivicich, E.B.* Bioerosion in an equatorial Middle Jurassic coral-sponge reef community (Callovian, Matmor Formation, southern Israel). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 289: 93-101.

2010. Johnson, M.E., Wilson, M.A. and Redden, J.A. Borings in quartzite surf boulders from the Upper Cambrian basal Deadwood Formation, Black Hills of South Dakota. Ichnos 17: 48-55.

2010. Taylor, P.D., Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Evolution of biomineralization in ‘lophophorates’. Special Papers in Palaeontology 84: 317-333.

2010a. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Abundant endosymbiotic Cornulites in the Sheinwoodian (Early Silurian) stromatoporoids of Saaremaa, Estonia. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 257: 13-22.

2010b. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Sabellid-dominated shallow water calcareous polychaete tubeworm association from the equatorial Tethys Ocean (Matmor Formation, Middle Jurassic, Israel). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 258: 31-38.

2010c. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Microconchid-dominated hardground association from the late Pridoli (Silurian) of Saaremaa, Estonia. Palaeontologia Electronica 13(2):9A, 12 p.

2010d. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Occurrence of giant borings of Osprioneides kampto in the Lower Silurian (Sheinwoodian) stromatoporoids of Saaremaa, Estonia. Ichnos 17: 166-171.

2010e. Vinn, O. and Wilson, M.A. Early large borings from a hardground of Floian-Dapingian age (Early and Middle Ordovician) in northeastern Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie / Notebooks on Geology, Brest, Note brève / Letter 2010/04 (CG2010_L04).

2010. Zhang, Y.-L., Gong, E.-P., Wilson, M.A., Guan, C.-Q., and Sun, B.-L. A large coral reef in the Pennsylvanian of Ziyun County, Guizhou (South China): The substrate and initial colonization environment of reef-building corals. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 37: 335-349.

2009. Wilson, M.A., Krivicich, E.B.*, Avni, Y. and Goldberg, M. Addition to the top of the stratigraphic column of the Be’er Sheva Formation (Jurassic, Callovian-Oxfordian) in Hamakhtesh Hagadol, Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 58: 81-85.

2009. Yancey, T.E., Wilson, M.A. and Mione, A.C.S.* The ramonalinids: a new family of mound-building bivalves of the early Middle Triassic. Palaeontology 52: 1349-1361.

2009. Zhang, Y.-L., Gong, E.-P., Wilson, M.A., Guan, C.-Q., Sun, B.-L., and Chang, H.-L. Paleoecology of a Pennsylvanian encrusting colonial rugose coral in south Guizhou, China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 280: 507-516.

2008. Wilson, M.A., Feldman, H.R., Bowen, J.C.* and Avni, Y. A new equatorial, very shallow marine sclerozoan fauna from the Middle Jurassic (late Callovian) of southern Israel. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 263: 24-29.

2008. McLaughlin, P.I., Brett, C.E. and Wilson, M.A. Hierarchy of sedimentary discontinuity surfaces and condensed beds from the Middle Paleozoic of eastern North America: Implications for cratonic sequence stratigraphy, In: Dynamics of Epeiric Seas: Sedimentological, Paleontological, and Geochemical Perspectives. Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 48: 175-200.

2008. Wilson, M.A. An online bibliography of bioerosion references, p. 473-478. In: Wisshax, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current developments in bioerosion. Erlangen Earth Conference Series; Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

2008. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Morphology and affinities of hederelloid “bryozoans”, p. 301-309.  In: Hageman, S.J., Key, M.M., Jr., and Winston, J.E. (eds.), Bryozoan Studies 2007: Proceedings of the 14th International Bryozoology Conference, Boone, North Carolina, July 1-8, 2007.  Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 15.

2007. Curran, H.A., Wilson, M.A. and Mylroie, J.E. Fossil palm frond and tree trunk molds: occurrence and implications in Bahamian Quaternary carbonate eolianites, p. 178-190. Proceedings of the 13th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas: Gerace Research Center. San Salvador, Bahamas.

2007. Wilson, M.A. Macroborings and the evolution of bioerosion, p. 356-367. In: Miller, W. III (ed.), Trace Fossils: Concepts, Problems, Prospects. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 611 pages.

2007. Ernst, A., Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Ordovician bryozoans from the Kanosh Formation (Whiterockian) of Utah, USA. Journal of Paleontology 81: 998-1008.

2006. Wilson, M.A. Dinosaurs, p. 198-204, In: Hall, D.R. and Hall, S. (eds.), American Icons: People, Places, and Things That Have Shaped Our Culture. Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, Connecticut, 3 volumes, 870 pages.

2006. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Patterns and processes in the Ordovician Bioerosion Revolution. Ichnos 13: 109-112.

2006. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Predatory drillholes and partial mortality in Devonian colonial metazoans. Geology 34: 565-568.

2005. Wilson, M.A., Wolfe, K.R.* and Avni, Y. Development of a Jurassic rocky shore complex (Zohar Formation, Makhtesh Qatan, southern Israel). Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 54: 171-178.

2004. Curran, H.A., Mylroie, J.E., Gamble, D.W., Wilson, M.A., Davis, L.R., Sealy, N.E. and Voegeli, V.J. Geology of Long Island, Bahamas: A Field Trip Guide. 12th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Center. San Salvador, Bahamas.

2004. Wilson, M.A. Cornulitids, coleoloids and sphenothallids, p. 218-220. In: Webby, B.D., Paris, F. and Droser, M. (eds.), The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. Columbia University Press, New York, 484 pages.

2004. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Calcite precipitation and dissolution of biogenic aragonite in shallow Ordovician calcite seas. Lethaia 37: 417-427.

2003. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Palaeoecology and evolution of marine hard substrate communities. Earth-Science Reviews 62: 1-103.

2002. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. A new terminology for marine organisms inhabiting hard substrates. Palaios 17: 522-525.

2001. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Domiciles, not predatory borings: a simpler explanation of the holes in Ordovician shells analyzed by Kaplan and Baumiller, 2000. Palaios 16: 524-525.

2001. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. A sea-level lowstand (Devil’s Point Event) recorded in Bahamian reefs: comparison with other Last Interglacial climate proxies; In: Greenstein, B.J. and Carney, C., (editors), Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas: Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador Island, p. 109-128.

2001. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Palaeoecology of hard substrate faunas from the Cretaceous Qahlah Formation of the Oman Mountains. Palaeontology 44: 21-41.

2000. Wilson, M.A. and Rigby, J.K. Asteriacites lumbricalis von Schlotheim 1820: ophiuroid trace fossils from the Lower Triassic Thaynes Formation, central Utah. Ichnos 7: 43-49.

1999. Baker, P.G. and Wilson, M.A. The first thecideide brachiopod from the Jurassic of North America. Palaeontology 42: 887-895.

1999. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Middle Jurassic bryozoans from the Carmel Formation of southwestern Utah. Journal of Paleontology 73: 816-830.

1999. Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A. and Bromley, R.G. Leptichnus, a new ichnogenus for etchings made by cheilostome bryozoans into calcareous substrates. Palaeontology 42: 595-604.

1999. Dornbos, S.Q.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of a Pliocene coral reef in Cyprus: Recovery of a marine community from the Messinian Salinity Crisis. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 213: 103-118.

1999. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Dianulites: an unusual Ordovician bryozoan with a high-magnesium calcite skeleton. Journal of Paleontology 73: 38-48.

1998. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Bahamian coral reefs yield evidence of a brief sea-level lowstand during the last interglacial: Reply. Carbonates and Evaporites 13: 231-234.

1998. Wilson, M.A., Curran, H.A. and White, B. Paleontological evidence of a brief global sea-level event during the last interglacial. Lethaia 31: 241-250.

1998. Wilson, M.A. Succession in a Jurassic marine cavity community and the evolution of cryptic marine faunas. Geology 26: 379-381.

1998. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. The earliest Gastrochaenolites (Early Pennsylvanian, Arkansas, USA): an Upper Paleozoic bivalve boring? Journal of Paleontology 72: 769-772.

1998. Wilson, M.A., Ozanne, C.R.* and Palmer, T.J. Origin and paleoecology of free-rolling oyster accumulations (ostreoliths) in the Middle Jurassic of southwestern Utah, USA. Palaios 13: 70-78.

1998. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Bahamian coral reefs yield evidence of a brief sea-level lowstand during the last interglacial. Carbonates and Evaporites 13: 10-22.

1997. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Bahamian Sangamonian coral reefs and sea-level change. Eighth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, San Salvador Island, Bahamas, Proceedings Volume, p. 196-213.

1997. Wilson, M.A. Trace fossils, hardgrounds and ostreoliths in the Carmel Formation (Middle Jurassic) of southwestern Utah. Geological Society of America 1997 Annual Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, BYU Geology Studies 42, part II, pages 6-9.

1997. Wilson, M.A. Pleistocene and Recent borings in lithologic substrates on San Salvador Island, The Bahamas, p. 41-46. In: Curran, H. A. (ed.), Guide to Bahamian Ichnology: Pleistocene, Holocene, and Modern Environments. Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador, Bahamas.

1996. Anstey, R.L. and Wilson, M.A. Chapter 15, Phylum Bryozoa, p. 196-209. In: Feldmann, R.M. and Hackathorn, M.(eds.), Fossils of Ohio. Ohio Division of Geological Survey, Bulletin 70.

1996. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Cuffeyella, a new bryozoan genus from the Late Ordovician of North America, and its bearing on the origin of the post-Paleozoic cyclostomates, p. 351-360. In: Gordon, D.P., A.M. Smith and J.A. Grant-Mackie (eds.), Bryozoans in Space and Time. Proceedings of the 10th International Bryozoology Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 1995. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd, Wellington, 442 pages.

1995. Smith, A.B. and Wilson, M.A. A new cyclocystoid (Echinodermata) from the Late Ordovician of Kentucky, USA. Journal of Paleontology 69: 1186-1187.

1995. Noble, R.S.*, Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Paleoenvironmental and paleoecological analyses of a Pleistocene mollusc-rich lagoonal facies, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Geological Society of America Special Paper 300: 91-103.

1994. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J. and Taylor, P.D. Earliest preservation of soft-bodied fossils by epibiont bioimmuration: Upper Ordovician of Kentucky. Lethaia 27: 269-270.

1994. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. A carbonate hardground in the Carmel Formation (Middle Jurassic, SW Utah, USA) and its associated encrusters, borers and nestlers. Ichnos 3: 79-87.

1994. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Corynotrypa from the Ordovician of North America: colony growth in a primitive stenolaemate bryozoan. Journal of Paleontology 68: 241-257.

1993. Mitchell, C.E., Wilson, M.A. and St. John, J.M.* In situ crustoid colonies (Graptolithina) from an Upper Ordovician hardground, southwestern Ohio. Journal of Paleontology 67: 1011-1016.

1992. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J., Guensburg, T.E., Finton, C.D.* and Kaufman, L.E.* The development of an Early Ordovician hardground community in response to rapid sea-floor calcite precipitation. Lethaia 25: 19-34.

1992. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Hardgrounds and Hardground Faunas. University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Institute of Earth Studies Publications 9: 1-131.

1990. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. A review of evolutionary trends in carbonate hardground communities. In: Miller, W. III (ed.), Paleocommunity temporal dynamics: The long-term development of multispecies assemblies. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 5: 137-152.

1990. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Growth of ferruginous oncoliths in the Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) of Europe. Terra Nova 2: 142-147.

1989. Wilson, M.A. Enlarging latex molds and casts. In: Feldmann, R.M., Chapman, R.E. and Hannibal, J.T. (eds.), Paleotechniques. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 4: 282-283.

1989. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Preparation of acetate peels. In: Feldmann, R.M., Chapman, R.E. and Hannibal, J.T. (eds.), Paleotechniques. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 4: 142-145.

1989. Bodenbender, B.E.*, Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Paleoecology of Sphenothallus on an Upper Ordovician hardground. Lethaia 22: 217-225.

1988. Palmer, T.J., Hudson, J.D. and Wilson, M.A. Palaeoecological evidence for early aragonite dissolution in ancient calcite seas. Nature 335: 809-810.

1988. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Parasitism of Ordovician bryozoans and the origin of pseudoborings. Palaeontology 31: 939-949.

1988. Wilson, M.A. Ecological succession on cobble substrates: a reply. Journal of Paleontology 62: 313.

1988. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Nomenclature of a bivalve boring from the Upper Ordovician of the midwestern United States. Journal of Paleontology 62: 306-308.

1987. Wilson, M.A. Ecological dynamics on pebbles, cobbles and boulders. Palaios 2: 594-599.

1987. Kammer, T.W., Tissue, E.C.*, and Wilson, M.A. Neoisorophusella, a new edrioasteroid genus from the Upper Mississippian of the eastern United States. Journal of Paleontology 61: 1033-1042.

1986a. Wilson, M.A. New adherent foraminiferans from the Lower Cretaceous (Aptian) of south-central England. Journal of Micropalaeontology 5: 1-18.

1986b. Wilson, M.A. Coelobites and spatial refuges in a Lower Cretaceous cobble-dwelling hardground fauna. Palaeontology 29: 691-703.

1985a. Wilson, M.A. Disturbance and ecologic succession in an Upper Ordovician cobble-dwelling hardground fauna. Science 228: 575-577.

1985b. Wilson, M.A. A taxonomic diversity measure for encrusting organisms. Lethaia 18: 166.

1985c. Wilson, M.A. Conodont biostratigraphy and paleoenvironments at the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary (Carboniferous: Namurian) in the Spring Mountains of southern Nevada. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 14: 69-80.

1982. Wilson, M.A. Origin of brachiopod-bryozoan assemblages in an Upper Carboniferous limestone: importance of physical and ecological controls. Lethaia 15: 263-273.

1979. Wilson, M.A. A new species of the trilobite Brachymetopus from the Cuyahoga Formation (Lower Mississippian) of northeastern Ohio. Journal of Paleontology 53: 221-223.

 

REVIEWS, MAGAZINE ARTICLES AND OTHERS:

2012. Wilson, M.A. Review of Ichnology: Organism-substrate interactions in space and time by Luis A. Buatois and M. Gabriela Mángano (Cambridge University Press, 2011) published in Palaeontologia Electronica, PE Review Number 15.1.1R.

2008. Wilson, M.A.  Review of Teaching about scientific origins: taking account of creationism by Jones, L.S. and Reiss, M.J., editors (2007. Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education, Vol. 277. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., New York) published in Teachers College Record (Journal of the Teachers College at Columbia University), February 11, 2008, article ID number 14989.

2008. Wilson, M.A. Professors should embrace Wikipedia. InsideHigherEd.com (April 1, 2008).

2007. Wilson, M.A.  Unraveling time: A review of A Natural History of Time (Pascal Richet, University of Chicago Press, 2007).  American Paleontologist 15: 34-35.

2007. Wilson, M.A. Review of Frank K. McKinney’s The northern Adriatic ecosystem: Deep time in a shallow sea. Newsletter of the Paleontological Association 65: 126-128.

2007. Wilson, M.A. Trypanites. In: McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 10th edition, vol. 18, p. 668-669.

2005. Wilson, M.A. This is not your father’s creationism: A review of Creationism’s Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design (Barbara Forrest and Paul R. Gross, Oxford University Press, 2004). Geotimes (July 2005).

2002. Wilson, M.A. ‘Geology confronts creationism’: An undergraduate science curriculum. Skeptical Inquirer 26: 52-53.

2002. Wilson, M.A. Our origins of scientific thought. Wooster, Fall 2002: 14-16.

2002. Williams, T.R. and Wilson, M.A. Science literacy: Making sense of our world. Wooster, Fall 2002: 11.

1999. Wilson, M.A. Review of H. L Levin’s Ancient Invertebrates and Their Living Relatives. GSA Today 9: 24.

1995 – Present. Numerous short reviews of geological and other earth science books in the library journal American Reference Books Annual.

1993 – Present. Numerous short reviews of geological and other earth science books in the library journal CHOICE.

1992. Wilson, M.A. Review of R. Goldring’s Fossils in the Field. Palaios 7: 329-330.

1980. Chiment, J. J., Foster, D.E., McLeod, S.A., Nesbitt, E.A. and Wilson, M.A. (editors). PaleoBios: Issues 1-28, 1967-1978. C.J. Graphics, Inc., Berkeley, California, 450 pages.

 

ONLINE PUBLICATIONS:

Bibliography of Marine Bioerosion

 

ABSTRACTS:

2016. Buttler, C.J. and Wilson, M.A. Palaeoecology of an Upper Ordovician submarine cave-dwelling fauna in northern Kentucky, USA. Palaeontological Association annual meeting, December 2017, Lyon, France, Abstracts Volume.

2016. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. First report of microbial mats with pyritized cyanobacteria on brachiopod shells from the Cincinnatian Group (Upper Ordovician, Katian). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48(7).

2016. Wilson, M.A. and Buttler, C.J. Paleoecology of an Upper Ordovician submarine cave-dwelling fauna in northern Kentucky. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48(7).

2016. Jester, C.D., Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Origin and paleoecology of ferruginous oncoids (“snuff-boxes”) from the Middle Jurassic (Bajocian) of southern England. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48(7).

2016. Buttler, C. and Wilson, M.A. An Upper Ordovician cave-dwelling bryozoan fauna and its exposed equivalents. Annual Meeting abstracts, International Bryozoology Association; Melbourne, Australia.

2015. Buatois, L.A., Mángano, M.G. and Wilson, M.A. Contrasting ichnodiversity and ichnodisparity trajectories for bioturbation and bioerosion structures during the Cambrian and Ordovician radiations. The International Conference on The Rise of Animal Life. Marrakesh, Morocco.

2015. Brett, C.E., Wilson, M.A. and Thomka, J.R. Long-term parasitic interactions in ancient echinoderms. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 214.

2015. Dattilo, B.F., O’Malley, P., Brett, C.E., Meyer, D.L., Freeman, R.L., Hunda, B., Holland, S., Stigall, A., Deline, B., Sumrall, C.D. and Wilson, M.A. Non academic paleontologists are essential to the survival of paleontology: Lessons from the Cincinnati school. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 480.

2015. Sime, J.A.*, Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Variations on a theme: shallow scratches indicate a diversity of behaviors by inquiline trace-makers in the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 344.

2015. Wilson, M.A., Taylor, P.D. and Palmer, T.J. William Smith as a paleontologist: his views on the origin of fossils, their preservation and the history of life. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 24.

2015. Feldman, H.R., Wilson, M.A. and Belowich, A.J. Taxonomy, paleobiogeography and paleoecology of Jurassic Ethiopian brachiopods: a progress report. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 567.

2015. Harrison, G.W.M. IV* and Wilson, M.A. Proposed system for categorizing bioclaustrations on Ordovician bryozoans. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7): 563.

2015. Erhardt, A.M., Turchyn, A.V., Dickson, T., Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A. and Schrag, D. Can carbonate hardgrounds serve as a seawater chemistry proxy? Goldschmidt Conference (European Association of Geochemistry), Prague, August 16-21, 2015

2015. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. A new runner-like cyclostome from the Ordovician Bromide Formation of Oklahoma and its phylogenetic affinities. Larwood Symposium, June, 2015, Thurso, Scotland, Abstracts Volume.

2015. Buttler, C.J. and Wilson, M.A. An Upper Ordovician cave-dwelling bryozoan fauna and its exposed equivalents. Larwood Symposium, June, 2015, Thurso, Scotland, Abstracts Volume.

2015. Sendino, C., Wilson, M.A. and Suarez, J. Bryozoan palaeoecology in the Bromide Formation of Oklahoma, USA. Larwood Symposium, June, 2015, Thurso, Scotland, Abstracts Volume.

2015. Mángano, M.G., Buatois, L.A., Wilson, M.A. and Droser, M. The trace-fossil record of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. 13th International Ichnofabric Workshop; Kochi, Japan; May 14-21, 2015.

2014. Wilson, M.A., Borszcz, T. and Zatoń, M. Earliest direct evidence of fish predation on echinoids: bitten rhabdocidaroid spines in the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) of southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 46(6): 80.

2014. Borszcz, T. Wilson, M.A. and Binkowski, M. Jurassic Halloween: Discovery of exocysts on echinoid spines from the Callovian of Israel. Palaeontological Association 58th Annual Meeting, Leeds, England, Programme and Abstracts, DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3272.5765.

2014. Wilson, M.A. Changing diversity and intensity of marine macroboring through the Phanerozoic. Abstracts, Fourth International Palaeontological Congress; Mendoza, Argentina, p. 230.

2014. Frey, L., Naglik, C., Hofmann, R., Schemm‐Gregory, M., Frýda, J., Kröger, B., Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A. and Klug, C. Diversity and palaeoecology of Early Devonian invertebrate associations in the Tafilalt (Anti‐Atlas, Morocco). Abstracts, Fourth International Palaeontological Congress; Mendoza, Argentina, p. 524.

2014. Wilson, M.A., Bosch, S.* and Taylor, P.D. Middle Jurassic cyclostome bryozoans from the Tethyan tropics (Matmor Formation, southern Israel). Larwood Symposium, 12-13 June, 2014, Sopot, Poland, Abstracts Volume, p. 44.

2014. Reinthal, E.A.*, Bosch, S.*, Wilson, M.A. and Feldman, H.R. Pathology, taphonomy, encrustation and bioerosion of an abundant crinoid in the Middle Jurassic of southern Israel. North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts. Paleontological Society Special Publication 13: 36-37.

2013. Kelley, P.H., Fastovsky, D.E., Wilson, M.A., Laws, R.A. and Raymond, A. From paleontology to paleobiology: a half-century of progress in understanding life history. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 35.

2013. Mmari, O.J.*, Wilson, M.A. and Avni, Y. Syndepositional faulting, shallowing and intraformational conglomerates in the Mishash Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Campanian) at Wadi Hawarim, southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 125.

2013. Reinthal, E.A.*, Wilson, M.A. and Feldman, H.R. Taphonomic feedback and facilitated succession in a Middle Jurassic shallow marine crinoid community (Matmor Formation, southern Israel). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 316.

2013. Bosch, S.*, Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. First bryozoan fauna described from the Jurassic tropics: specimens from the Matmor Formation (Middle Jurassic, upper Callovian) in southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 330.

2013. Pollock, M., Wilson, M.A., Judge, S.A. and Wiles, G.C. The history, current best practices, and future trajectory of the Independent Study (I.S.) program at The College of Wooster. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 366.

2013. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. The Paleozoic encrusting sclerobionts Allonema and Ascodictyon: component parts of organisms belonging to the same problematic group. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 695.

2013. Berning, B., Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. The delayed explosion: Cambrian bryozoans remain yet to be found! Palaeobiology and Geobiology of Fossil Lagerstätten through Earth History: A Joint Conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft and the Palaeontological Society of China, Göttingen, Germany, September 23-27, 2013. Abstract Volume, p. 21.

2013. Hirsch, F., Feldman, H.R., Ahmad, F., Schemm-Gregory, M. and Wilson, M.A. Correlation of the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) formations across the Dead Sea Rift. First International Congress on Stratigraphy (STRAT 2013).

2013. Mángano, M.G., Buatois, L.A., Wilson, M.A. and Droser, M. Ichnologic signatures of the Ordovician radiation. Joint Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of Canada and the Mineralogical Association of Canada, Winnipeg, Abstracts Volume, p. 136-137.

2013. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Wilson, M.A., Ahmad, F., Eisenman, S., and Schectman, A. Distributional patterns among brachiopods in the Jurassic Ethiopian Province. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(1): 60.

2013. Zhang, Y., Gong, E. Guan, C, Wilson, M.A. and Chen, X. Paleoecology of Upper Carboniferous reef-building Chaetetes in north China. Palaeobiology and Geobiology of Fossil Lagerstätten through Earth History, Göttingen, Abstracts Volume, p. 201.

2012. Borszcz, T., Zatoń, M., Kukliński, P., Kędra, M., and Wilson M.A. Balanulity– nieznana historia arktycznych “Rolling Stonesów”. In: Borszcz T., Łącka M. (eds.), Materiały konferencyjne, Konferencja Młodzi w paleontologii, Paleontologia w Oceanologia, Oceanologia w Paleontologii, April 19-20, 2012; Sopot, Poland; pages 7-9.

2012. Wilson, M.A., Borszcz, T. and Zatoń, M. Echinoid preservation in a Middle Jurassic shallow marine equatorial environment: Testing models of taphonomy and encrustation. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 528-529.

2012. Taylor, P.D., Berning, B. and Wilson, M.A. Is the world’s oldest bryozoan actually the world’s oldest pennatulacean? Palaeontological Association 56th Annual Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, Programme and Abstracts, p. 52.

2012. Novek, J.M.*, Wilson, M.A., Ekka, R.N.*, Ausich, W.I. and Vinn, O. Analysis of a Rhuddanian (Llandovery, Lower Silurian) sclerobiont community in the Hilliste Formation on Hiiumaa Island, Estonia: a hard substrate-dwelling recovery fauna. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 88.

2012. Price, K.W.* and Wilson, M.A. Upside-down and inside-out: Cryptic skeletobiont communities from the Late Ordovician of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 88.

2012. Ekka, R.N.*, Wilson, M.A., Novek, J.M.* and Vinn, O. Stratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the Soeginina Beds (Paadla Formation, Lower Ludlow, Upper Silurian) on Saaremaa Island, Estonia. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 224.

2012. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Wilson, M.A. and Ahmad, F. Unraveling homeomorphy in the genus Daghanirhynchia using 3D digitized serial sections. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 232.

2012. Torma, M.M.*, Wilson, M.A. and Feldman, H.R. Patchiness and ecological structure in a Middle Jurassic equatorial crinoid-brachiopod community (Matmor Formation, Callovian, southern Israel). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7): 271.

2012. Schemm-Gregory, M., Feldman, H.R., Wilson, M.A. and Ahmad, F. Vistas interiores de la fauna Daghanirhynchia (Rinconélidos, Braquiópodos) del Jurásico Medio de Jordania, in: Liao, J.-C., Gámez-Vintaned, J.A., Valenzuela-Ríos, J.I. & García-Forner, A.J. (eds.): XXVII Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Oakeibtikigía y Simposios de los Proyetos nº 587 y 596 del PICG. Valenica y Soller, 1-6 octubre de 2012. Homenaje a Guillem Colom Casanovas (1900-1993). Libro deResúmenes: 203-206. Universitat de València; Sociedad Española de Paleontología, Madrid.

2011. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Mass extinctions and marine sclerobiont community evolution in the Phanerozoic. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5): 657.

2011. Fedorchuk, N.D.*, Wilson, M.A., Matt, R.M.* and Vinn, O. Stratigraphy and paleoecology at the Wenlock/Ludlow Boundary on Saaremaa Island, Estonia. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5): 95.

2011. Innis, M.* and Wilson, M.A. Bioerosion on oysters across the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary in Alabama and Mississippi (USA). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5): 657.

2011. Matt, R.M.*, Wilson, M.A., Fedorchuk, N.D.* and Vinn, O. Paleoecology of the Hilliste Formation (Lower Silurian, Llandovery, Rhuddanian) Hiiumaa Island, Estonia: An example of a shallow marine recovery fauna. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5): 82.

2011. Zaton, M., Wilson, M.A., Vinn, O. and Taylor, P.D. Microconchid tubeworms: A short story about their long evolutionary history. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5): 545.

2010. Wilson, M.A., Avni, Y., Risacher, M.*, Retzler, A.* and Chubb, S. Bored hiatus cobbles as paleoenvironmental and stratigraphic indicators: an example from the Upper Cretaceous of southern Israel (Menuha Formation, Santonian). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5): 163.

2010. Feldman, H.R., Radulovic, B., Hegab, A.A., Wilson, M.A. and Schemm-Gregory, M. Paleobiogeography and paleoecology of Late Bathonian brachiopods from Gebel Engabashi, northern Sinai. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5): 249.

2010. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Radulovic, B. and Wilson, M.A. A shallow marine fauna from the Late Bathonian of northern Sinai. The Paleontological Association, London, 54th Annual Meeting, Ghent, Belgium, 54:49.

2010. Greene, S.E., Bottjer, D.J., Chen, J., Chen, Z.Q., Hagdorn, H., Pálfy, J., Tong, J., Wilson, M.A. and Zonneveld, J.-P. A global record of ecological resurgence of the Paleozoic Evolutionary Fauna in the Middle Triassic. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5): 482.

2010. Retzler, A.*, Wilson, M.A. and Avni, Y. Chondrichthyan teeth from the Menuha Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Santonian) of southern Israel and their implications for paleoenvironmental reconstructions. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5): 249.

2010. Pollock, M. and Wilson, M.A. Best practices in international undergraduate research from the independent study program at The College of Wooster. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5): 439.

2010. Wilson, M.A., Taylor, P.D., and Sime, J.* Paleoecology, preservation and taxonomy of encrusting ctenostome bryozoans inhabiting ammonite body chambers in the Late Cretaceous Pierre Shale of Wyoming and South Dakota, USA. Terra Nostra – Schriften der GeoUnion Alfred Wegener-Stiftung 2010/4: 47.

2010. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Wilson, M.A., and Krivicich, E.B.* Sclerobionts and bioerosion in a shallow marine equatorial Jurassic fauna: The Matmor Formation (Callovian) of southern Israel. Programme and Abstracts, International Palaeontological Congress, London 2010, p. 166.

2010. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Wilson, M.A., Garwood, R., and Sutton, M. Digitized reconstruction of the internal hard-part anatomy of articulate brachiopods. Northeastern Section (45th Annual) and Southeastern Section (59th Annual) Joint Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 42: 63.

2010. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Ahmad, F. and Wilson, M.A. A Sphriganaria (Terebratellidina, Zeillerioidea) Community from northern Sinai, Egypt (Jurassic, Upper Bathonian). Northeastern Section (45th Annual) and Southeastern Section (59th Annual) Joint Meeting of the Geological Society of America.

2010. Larson, N.L., Jorgensen, S.D., Sime, J., Wilson, M.A., Larson, L.A., Taylor, P.D. Observations of Baculites from the lower Campanian, Western Interior. 8th International Symposium, Cephalopods – Present and Past, August 30 – September 3, 2010; University of Burgundy–CNRS, Dijon, France.

2009. Wilson, M.A., Sime, J.* and Taylor, P.D. Cryptic trace fossils as clues to the taphonomy of baculitid conchs (Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale, Western Interior, North America). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 41(7): 163.

2009. Belding, E.* Wilson, M.A., Sharpe, M.*, Bowen, J.* and Lehmann, S.* Equatorial paleocommunities and paleoenvironments of the Matmor Formation (Late Callovian, Middle Jurassic) of southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 41(7): 105.

2009. Feldman, H.R, Schemm-Gregory, M., Ahmad, F. and Wilson, M. A. New implications on biogeography and taxonomy of the zeillerid terebratulids Eudesia and Sphriganaria (Brachiopoda, Middle Jurassic). 79th Annual Meeting of the German Paleontological Society, Bonn. Terra Nostra – Schriften der Alfred Wegener Stiftung 3: 33.

2009. Feldman, H.R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Ahmad, F. and Wilson, M.A. Biogeography and taxonomy of the Middle Jurassic zeillerid brachiopods Eudesia and Sphriganaria. North American Paleontological Convention (Cincinnati, Ohio), p. 245.

2009. Curran, H.A., Wilson, M.A., Thompson, W.G. and White, B. Detailed stratigraphy, a prerequisite for useful interpretation of precise geochronologic data from Quaternary coral reefs. PALSEA meeting, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, September 21-25, 2009.

2009. Feldman, H.R., Smoliga, J., Wilson, M.A., Schemm-Gregory, M., and Starr, J. Mysterious ‘pods’ in the Middle Silurian Shawangunk Formation, mid-Hudson Valley, New York. GSA Northeastern Section Meeting 41(3): 88.

2009. Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A. and Sime, J.* Enigmatic preservation of ctenostome bryozoans encrusting Late Cretaceous baculite ammonites from the Western Interior Seaway, USA. Larwood Meeting 2009, Oslo, Norway, p. 14.

2008. Wilson, M.A.  Bioerosion in the Carmel Formation of southwestern Utah: Abundant bivalve borings in a restricted Middle Jurassic seaway.  Sixth International Bioerosion Workshop (Salt Lake City, Utah).

2008. Wilson, M.A., Johnson, M.E. and Redden, J.A.  The first macroborings known from quartzite substrates: Trypanites in boulders from the Upper Cambrian Deadwood Formation, Black Hills of South Dakota.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40(6): 230.

2008. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J.  The Upper Ordovician of the Cincinnati, Ohio, region: A natural laboratory for studying the sedimentological and biological effects of calcite sea chemistry.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40(6): 201.

2007. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Affinities of the enigmatic hederelloids: phoronid worms rather than bryozoans or corals? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 39(6): 90.

2007. Wilson, M.A. and Milligan, A.J.* Cystoid preservation in the Kukruse Oil Shales (Upper Ordovician, Caradoc) of northern Estonia shows rapid early sea floor calcite cementation and post-mortem encrustation of internal molds. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting; Uppsala, Sweden, p. 61.

2007. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Were hederelloids horseshoe worms? Expanding the diversity of the minor phylum Phoronida. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting; Uppsala, Sweden, p. 57.

2007. Zavar, E.M.*, Wilson, M.A., and Krobicki, M. Ecological succession in cryptic sclerobiont communities from the Callovian (Middle Jurassic) near Kraków, Poland. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 39(6): 404.

2007. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Morphology and affinities of hederelloid ‘bryozoans’. In: Hageman, S.J. and McKinney, F.K. (eds.). Abstracts with Program, 14th Meeting of the International Bryozoology Association, Boone, North Carolina, 2007, p. 78.

2006. Bowen, J.C.*, Wilson, M.A., Avni, Y. and Feldman, H.R. A shallow-water microsolenid community from the Jurassic (Callovian) of southern Israel. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(4): 75.

2006. Clites, E.C.*, Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Paleoenvironmental analysis of thrombolites in the basal Purbeck Formation (Upper Jurassic of southern England). North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(4): 15.

2006. Curran, H.A., Wilson, M.A. and Mylroie, J.E. Fossil palm frond and tree trunk molds: implications for interpretation of Bahamian Quaternary carbonates. 13th Bahamas Geology Symposium Volume, San Salvador, Bahamas, p. 10.

2006. Feldman, H.R., Boucot, A.J., Smoliga, J., and Wilson, M.A. A brachiopod faunule from the Ordovician Martinsburg Shale, Shawangunk Mountains, New York. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(7): 436.

2006. Tapanila, L. and Wilson, M.A. The Paleozoic hard substrate invasion. Fifth International Bioerosion Workshop (Erlangen, Germany).

2006. Umstead, M.A.*, Wilson, M.A., and Palmer, T.J. Using epoxy casting to investigate microborings in ancient hard substrate communities. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(4): 76.

2006. Wilson, M.A., Dennison-Budak, W.C.* and Bowen, J.C.* Half-borings and missing encrusters on brachiopods in the Upper Ordovician: Implications for paleoecological analysis of sclerobionts. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(7): 514.

2006. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Predatory borings provide new insights on the paleoecology and systematic placement of hederellids, common encrusters in the Devonian of Ohio. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 38(4): 13.

2006. Yancey, T. and Wilson, M. Alatoform edgewise reclining bivalves appear early in the Triassic, in Malchus, N. and Pons, J.M., eds., Scientific Program and Abstracts, International Congress on Bivalvia, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Catalunya, Spain, p. 79-80.

2005. Feldman, H.R., Wilson, M.A., Rosenfeld, A., Bram, J., Sved, T., and Serel, M.J. A marine faunal assemblage from the Jurassic (Callovian) Ethiopian Province of southern Israel. Northeastern Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37(1): 82.

2005. Wilson, M.A., Bowen, J.C.*, Avni, Y. and Feldman, H.R. A new equatorial, very shallow marine sclerozoan fauna from the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) of southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37(7): 187.

2005. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. How bioerosion and seawater geochemical cycles have made and destroyed marine sclerobiont niches. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37(7): 403.

2005. McLaughlin, P.I.*, Brett, C.E. and Wilson, M.A. A hierarchical model of discontinuity surfaces: contributions from analysis of Upper Ordovician strata of eastern North America. Second International Symposium of IGCP Project 503 “Ordovician Palaeogeography and Palaeoclimate”; June 15-18, 2005.

2004. Feldman, H.R., Rosenfeld, A., Honigstein, A. and Wilson, M.A. Callovian-Oxfordian biostratigraphy and paleoenvironments of northern Sinai and Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5): 363.

2004. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Marine hard substrate communities through time: patterns and processes. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5): 110.

2004. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J., House, A.*, and Shields, A.* Systematic patterns and ecological processes in the bioerosion of Paleozoic marine hard substrates. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5): 110.

2004. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Patterns and processes in the Ordovician Bioerosion Revolution. Fourth International Bioerosion Workshop (Prague).

2004. Wilson, M.A., Wolfe, K.R.*, Mione, A.C.* and Avni, Y. From soft sediment to rocky shore: trace fossils record the development of a channeled rockground in carbonates of the Middle Jurassic in southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5): 379.

2003. Conroy, J.L.*, Patterson, W.P. and Wilson, M.A. A high resolution Holocene paleoclimate record from western Ireland: Evidence from population, biometric and stable isotope values of freshwater mollusks. Northeastern Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 35(3): 71.

2003. Nicholson, K.A.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of an Upper Jurassic cryptic community inhabiting empty mollusk shells (Portland Limestone of southern England). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 35(6): 420.

2003. Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of a tropical Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) skeletozoan community in the Negev Desert of southern Israel. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 35(6): 420.

2003. Wilson, M.A., Nicholson, K.A.*, and Palmer, T.J. Studying the naturally-exposed attachment surfaces of fossil encrusters (skeletozoans): a simple acetate peel technique reveals growth histories and surface paleoecology. Northeastern Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 35(3): 85.

2003. Wilson, M.A. Hard substrate communities and the wonders of taphonomy. Reunión Annual de Communicationes de la Associacion Paleontólogica Argentina and the Simposio Tafonomía y Paleoecología; Ameghiniana 40 (supplement 4): 109.

2002. Austin, S.E.*, Hall, J.M.*, Martin, A.S.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology and sedimentology of the Falmouth Formation (Eemian, Jamaica): evidence for sea-level changes during the Last Interglacial. North-Central and Southeastern Sections, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(2): A96-A97. [Received Best Student Paper award.]

2002. Conroy, J.L.*, Wilson, M.A. and Tang, C.M. Bored and encrusted carbonate cobbles and hardgrounds at the base of a regressive sequence (Lower Sundance Formation, Middle Jurassic, eastern Wyoming). North-Central and Southeastern Sections, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(2): A95.

2002. Nicholson, K.A.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of an ancient shell-encrusting community: observations from “upside-down” encrusters in external and internal molds (Upper Jurassic of southern England). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(6): 357.

2002. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. A new classification system for describing marine organisms inhabiting hard substrates (sclerobionts) . Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(6): 34.

2001. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. The Ordovician Bioerosion Revolution. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 33(6): A248.

2001. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. “Pseudobryozoans” and the problem of encruster diversity in the Paleozoic. North American Paleontological Convention 2001 (Berkeley, California); PaleoBios 21 (2, supplement): 134-135.

2000. Cornett, A.M.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleontological and isotopic features of an unusual sea level event recorded in fossil coral reefs of the Bahamas (Substage 5e, Eemian, Sangamonian, Pleistocene). North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 32(4): A9.

2000. Curran, H.A., Greer, L., Cormier, E.C.* and Wilson, M.A. Stratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the Mid-Holocene fringing reef sequence, Enriquillo Valley, Dominican Republic. Tenth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, Proceedings Volume: 11.

2000. Hooker, M.F.*, Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Paleoenvironments of the Simsima Formation (Maastrichtian, Late Cretaceous), Oman Mountains, Arabian Peninsula. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 32(4): A17.

2000. Wilson, M.A. The history and geological importance of marine bioerosion in the Phanerozoic. Eos, American Geophysical Union, Spring 2000 Meeting Abstracts 81(19): S88.

2000. Wilson, M.A. and Lazzuri, J.E.* Paleoecology of borings and pseudoborings in the Cincinnatian (Late Ordovician) of the North American midcontinent. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 32(4): A68.

2000. White, B., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. The Devil’s Point Event: Global manifestations in records of the Last Interglacial. Tenth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, Proceedings Volume: 26-27.

2000. Wilson, M.A., Curran, H.A. and Greer, L. Rocky shore bioerosion and encrustation as a key to assessing sea-level change: an example from an emergent mid-Holocene limestone coast, Lago Enriquillo, the Dominican Republic. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 32(7): A96.

1999. Lazzuri, J.E.*, Fischer, W.W.*, Wilson, M.A. and Tang, C.M. Bioimmuration as a key to paleoecology on shell substrates and early aragonite dissolution in a calcite sea (Upper Ordovician, Cincinnati region, USA). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 31(7): 465.

1999. Taylor, P.D. and Wilson, M.A. Rocks and other hard places: hard substrate palaeoecology in the Upper Cretaceous of the Oman Mountains. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Abstracts 1999: 36-37.

1999. Trubee, K.J.* and Wilson, M.A. Acrothoracican barnacle borings in the Carmel Formation (Middle Jurassic, southwestern Utah, USA) and what they reveal about bivalve life modes and early diagenesis. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 31(5): 76.

1999. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Carbonate hardgrounds and their faunas in a coarse siliciclastic environment: the Qahlah Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of the Oman Mountains. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 31(7): 105.

1998. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. New data on hard substrate communities in the Middle Jurassic of SW Utah, USA: faunal diversity in the Western Interior Seaway. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 30(6): 39.

1998. Bannister, K.*, Spencer, P. and Wilson, M. Sedimentation, stratigraphy, and paleoenvironments of the lower members of the Carmel Formation (Middle Jurassic, southwestern Utah). Rocky Mountain Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 30(6): 3.

1998. Charette, E.K.*, Wilson, M.A. and Hanger, R.A. Taphonomy and paleoecology of a Middle Jurassic marine invertebrate fossil assemblage, Carmel Formation, southwest Utah. Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 30(4): 7.

1998. Kilbourne, K.H.*, Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Ichnocoenoses and paleoenvironments of the Middle Jurassic Carmel-Twin Creek Seaway (Carmel Formation, southwestern Utah). SEPM-AAPG Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts.

1998. St. John, J.M.* and Wilson, M.A. The enigmatic encruster Chaunograptus from the Richmond Stage of the Cincinnatian Series (Upper Ordovician) of southwestern Ohio and southeastern Indiana. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 30(2): 72.

1998. Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of a Middle Jurassic cavity community: ecological succession and the development of cryptic marine faunas. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 30(2): 78-79.

1997. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. The earliest Gastrochaenolites (Early Pennsylvanian of Arkansas, USA) and the origin of the bivalve macroboring habit. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 29(6): 107.

1997. Wilson, M.A. Pleistocene bioerosion and sea-level changes in the Bahamas. Fourth International Ichnofabric Workshop, San Salvador Island, The Bahamas. [Abstract]

1997. Dornbos, S.D.*, Wilson, M.A., Avery, E.A.*, and Givens, L.E.* Paleoecology of a Pliocene coral reef in Cyprus: recovery of a marine community from the Messinian Salinity Crisis. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 29(6): 108.

1997. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Last interglacial sea-level fluctuations recorded in Bahamian coral reefs: stratigraphy and chronology. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 29(6): 340.

1996. Wilson, M.A. and Taylor, P.D. Ordovician bioimmurations and skeletalization of hard substratum communities through geological time. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 28(7): 290-291.

1996. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Paleoecological, evolutionary and taphonomic effects of seawater chemistry in Paleozoic and Mesozoic calcite seas. Sixth North American Paleontology Convention Abstracts of Papers (Washington, D.C.), Babcock, L.E. and Ausich, W.I., eds., The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8: 424.

1996. White, B.H., Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Bahamian Sangamonian coral reefs and sea-level change. Eighth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, San Salvador Island, Bahamas, Abstracts and Program: 15.

1995. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J. and Ozanne, C.R.* Paleoecology and paleoenvironmental significance of free-rolling oyster accumulations (ostreoliths) in the Middle Jurassic of southwestern Utah, USA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 27(6): 167.

1995. Palmer T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Early aragonite dissolution fabrics and sea-floor lithification on shallow Ordovician sea-floors. Abstracts, 10th Bathurst Meeting of Carbonate Sedimentologists, University of London, 2-5 July 1995.

1994. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Early aragonite dissolution fabrics on shallow Ordovician sea-floors: markers for calcite seas. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 26(7): 130-131.

1993. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J. and Taylor, P.D. Earliest preservation of soft-bodied fossils by epibiont bioimmuration: Late Ordovician (Cincinnatian) of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, USA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 25(6): 458.

1993. Smail, S.E.* and Wilson, M.A. Detailed ichnology of a Middle Jurassic shallowing-upward marine sequence in the Carmel Formation, southwestern Utah, USA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 25(6): 270.

1991. Finton, C.D.*, Buckley, S.M.*, Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J. and Guensburg, T.E. Paleoecological and evolutionary context of one of the earliest diverse hardground communities: the Kanosh Shale fauna (Ordovician, Whiterockian, late Arenig?) of west-central Utah, U.S.A. North-central section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 23(3): 13.

1991. Kaufman, L.E.*, Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. The formation of limestone hardgrounds in the Kanosh Shale (Ordovician, Whiterockian, late Arenig?) of west-central Utah, U.S.A.: rapid seafloor cementation and its possible relationship to long-term atmospheric CO2 cycles. North-central section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 23(3): 21.

1991. St. John, J.M.* and Wilson, M.A. Hardground development and its influence on sedimentation in the Richmond Group (Upper Ordovician) at Caesar Creek emergency spillway, Warren County, Ohio. North-central section, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 23(3): 62.

1991. Noble, R.S.*, Curran, H.A. and Wilson, M.A. Paleoenvironmental and paleoecological analyses of a Pleistocene lagoonal, mollusk-rich facies, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Symposium: “Terrestrial and Shallow Marine Geology, Bahamas and Bermuda”. Northeastern & Southeastern Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 23(1): 109.

1990a. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. Submarine cementation and the origin of intraformational conglomerates in Cambro-Ordovician calcite seas. 13th International Sedimentological Congress 1990, Abstracts Volume, p. 171-172.

1990b. Palmer, T.J. and Wilson, M.A. The radiation of hard-substrate dwellers in the Cambro-Ordovician greenhouse. Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Durham, p. 22.

1989. Wilson, M.A., Palmer, T.J., Guensburg, T.E. and Finton, C.D.* Sea-floor cementation and the development of marine hard substrate communities: New evidence from Cambro-Ordovician hardgrounds in Nevada and Utah. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 21(3): 253.

1988. Park, L.E.* and Wilson, M.A. New interpretations of arthropod-bearing nodules from the Miocene of southern California. North-Central Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 20(5): 384.

1988. Reierson, C.J.*, Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Diagenetic origin, depositional environments and stratigraphy of encrusted limestone cobbles in the Cincinnatian Series (Upper Ordovician) of northern Kentucky. North-Central Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 20(5): 385.

1988. Neal, L. A.*, Wilson, M.A. and Curran, H.A. Distribution and ecology of marine pebble and cobble communities on San Salvador Island, Bahamas. North-Central Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 20(5): 382-383.

1988. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. The evolution of marine communities on inorganic hard substrates. Symposium: “Paleocommunity temporal dynamics”. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Midyear Meeting (Columbus, Ohio), volume V: 59.

1988. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Parasitism of Ordovician bryozoans and the origin of pseudoborings. Symposium: “Epibionts on Paleozoic fossils”. Northeastern Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 20(1): 79.

1988. Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J. Parasitism of Ordovician bryozoans and the origin of pseudoborings. North-Central Section Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 20(1): 79.

1986. Wilson, M.A. Physical disturbance and hardground communities. Symposium: “Physical disturbance: impact on modern and ancient benthic faunas”. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Midyear Meeting (Raleigh, North Carolina), volume III: 117.

1986. Wilson, M.A. Ecologic dynamics on pebbles, cobbles and boulders. Symposium: “Paleoecology and evolution of hard substrata communities”. North American Paleontology Convention IV (Boulder, Colorado), Abstracts with Programs 4: A50.

1985. Miller, J.S.* and Wilson, M.A. Cambrian oncolite formation in western North America. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 17: 664.

1984. Wilson, M.A. Succession and disturbance in an Upper Ordovician cobble-dwelling hardground fauna. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 16: 697.

1984. Norrish, W.A.* and Wilson, M.A. Paleoecology of the Upper Ordovician ichnofossil Diplocraterion in northern Kentucky. North-Central & Southeastern Sections Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 16: 206.

1983. Leach, B.R.* and Wilson, M.A. Statistical analysis of paleocommunities from the Logan Formation (Lower Mississippian) in Wayne County, Ohio. The Ohio Journal of Science 83: 26.

1983. Kozar, M.G.* and Wilson, M.A. Petrography, depositional environments and paleotectonics of the lower Bird Spring Formation (Morrowan-Atokan), Clark County, Nevada. The Ohio Journal of Science 83: 23.

1982. Wilson, M.A. Chesterian and Morrowan paleoenvironments in southwestern Nevada: Lithologic interpretations within conodont zones. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 14: 648.

1981. Rendina, M.A.* and Wilson, M.A. Late Mississippian and Pennsylvanian paleogeography and tectonics of the Bird Spring Group, Clark County, Nevada. The Ohio Journal of Science 81: 45.

1981. Wilson, M.A. Brachiopod-bryozoan assemblages in an Upper Carboniferous limestone: importance of physical and ecological controls. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 13: 582.

1978. Wilson, M.A. The paleoecology of the Cambridge Limestone. The Ohio Journal of Science 78: 32.

*Denotes student co-authors.