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ENSOM PC 1977: A Therapsid tooth from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 88, 201-5.
ENSOM PC 1980: Robbery. Geological Curator 2 (8), 530.
ENSOM PC 1980a: The geological displays in the Dorset County Museum, Dorchester. Geol. Sect. Hampshire FC and AS Newsltr. 2.
ENSOM PC 1981: A grave mistake. Sunday Times 11.10.1981.
ENSOM PC 1982: Type, figured and cited specimens in the geological collections of the Dorset County Museum. Geological Curator 3 (4), 237.
ENSOM PC 1982a: Dinosaur footprints at 19 Townsend Road, Swanage. PDNH and AS 103, 141.
ENSOM PC 1982b: Ichnites spp. from Worbarrow Tout, near West Lulworth. PDNH and AS 103, 141.
ENSOM PC 1983: Footprints from the Lower Cretaceous of southern England. Geological Curator 3 (8), 487.
ENSOM PC 1983a: Silvester, Norman L. MSc. F.R. Met. Soc. [collection of]. Geological Curator 3 (8), 488-9.
ENSOM PC 1983b: Correction to 'Multiple Dinosaur Trackways from the Isle of Purbeck' JB Delair, PDNH and AS 102, 1982. PDNH and AS 104, 201-2.
ENSOM PC 1983c: Ichnites spp. from the Chief Beef Beds and Broken Shell Limestone, Durlston Beds, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Durlston Bay, Swanage. PDNH and AS 104, 201.
ENSOM PC 1983d: Fossil collecting in West Dorset. PDNH and AS 104, 202.
ENSOM PC [submitted by] 1984: Silvester, Norman Langton (1894-1969) [based on Who's Who 1963, and Bournemouth Museums Bull. 36, 58, 1972.] Geological Curator 4 (1), 16.
ENSOM PC 1984a: A temporary exposure in the Purbeck Limestone Formation (Upper Purbeck Beds) at Friar Waddon Pumping Station, Dorset. PDNH and AS 105, 89-91.
ENSOM PC 1984b: Examples of the trace fossil Asteriacites sp. or tool marks from the Starfish Bed (Middle Lias) near Thorncombe Beacon. PDNH and AS 105, 165-6.
ENSOM PC 1984c: Purbeckopus pentadactylus Delair. PDNH and AS 105, 166.
ENSOM PC 1984d: Ichnites spp. in Durlston Bay and on Worbarrow Tout. PDNH and AS 105, 166-7.
ENSOM PC 1984e: Vertical packing of oyster shells in the Cinder Bed of Worbarrow Tout. PDNH and AS 105, 167-8.
ENSOM PC 1984f: A syn-sedimentary slump and folds in the Purbeck Limestone Formation at Worbarrow Tout. PDNH and AS 105, 168.
ENSOM PC 1984g: Additions to the trace fossil fauna of the Forest Marble at Watton Cliff, near West Bay, Dorset. PDNH and AS 105, 168.
ENSOM PC 1985: An annotated section of the Purbeck Limestone Formation at Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 87-91.
ENSOM PC 1985a: Evidence of predation on, and post-mortem damage to, ammonites from the Eype Nodule Bed, Middle Lias, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 161 and 163-4.
ENSOM PC 1985b: Hiatus concretions with a cemented, pedically and bysally attached fauna from the Eype Nodule Bed, Middle Lias, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 164.
ENSOM PC 1985c: Shelly accumulations in the Starfish Bed, Middle Lias, near Thorncombe Beacon, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 164-5.
ENSOM PC 1985d: Tectonic fissures in the Marly Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 165-6.
ENSOM PC 1985e: Derived fossils in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 166.
ENSOM PC 1985f: A correction and additions to the distribution of Ichnites spp. in the Purbeck Limestone Formation of Worbarrow Tout and Durlston Bay, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 166-7.
ENSOM PC 1985g: Pyriporopsis portlandensis Pohowsky 1973, a bryozoan from the Scallop Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, of Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 167.
ENSOM PC 1985h: New bivalve records from the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 167.
ENSOM PC 1985i: A barnacle from the Cinder Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. PDNH and AS 106, 167-8.
ENSOM PC 1986: A thecideidine brachiopod from the Eype Nodule Bed (Middle Lias) Dorset. PDNH and AS 107, 179.
ENSOM PC 1986a: Pygurus blumenbachii Kock and Dunker (Echinoidea) and Stylina sp. Anthozoa from the Corallian of North Dorset. PDNH and AS 107, 179.
ENSOM PC 1986b: A hydroid-serpulid symbiosis from the Upper Fuller's Earth Clay (Bathonian) of Dorset. PDNH and AS 107, 181.
ENSOM PC 1986c: Evidence for mass mortality of decapod crustaceans in the Upper Kimmeridge Clay, Dorset? PDNH and AS 107, 181-3.
ENSOM PC 1986d: Purbeckopus pentadactylus Delair; a figured specimen re - discovered. PDNH and AS 107, 183.
ENSOM PC 1986e: Ichnites sp. from the Upper Cypris Clays and Shales Member, (Purbeck Limestone Formation), near Harman's Cross, Dorset. PDNH and AS 107, 183.
ENSOM PC 1986f: The burrows of arthropods and a bivalve from the basal Gault, near Ringstead, Dorset. PDNH and AS 107, 183-4.
ENSOM PC 1986g: Fish scales preserved in flint. PDNH and AS 107, 184.
ENSOM PC 1986h: Palaeontological Association field trip to Dorset, September 1985. PDNH and AS 107, 184.
ENSOM PC 1986i: Association field meeting on the Jurassic of Dorset, 27-29 September 1985. Palaeontol. Assoc. Circ. Lond. 123.
ENSOM PC 1987: Scelidosaur remains from the Lower Lias of Dorset. PDNH and AS 108, 203 and 5.
ENSOM PC 1987a: Isastraea sp. from the Ringstead Coral Bed (Corallian) at Black Head, Osmington, Dorset. PDNH and AS 108, 205.
ENSOM PC 1987b: A remarkable new vertebrate site in the Purbeck Limestone Formation on the Isle of Purbeck. PDNH and AS 108, 205-6.
ENSOM PC 1987c: Notes on Ichnites spp. in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset. PDNH and AS 108, 206.
ENSOM PC 1987d: Erratics from the sea floor in West Bay. PDNH and AS 108, 206-7.
ENSOM PC 1988: Siltstone dykes in the Middle Lias of Dorset. PDNH and AS 109, 146.
ENSOM PC 1988a: Damage to Eype Nodule Bed ammonites; new discoveries. PDNH and AS 109, 146-7.
ENSOM PC 1988b: Excavations at Sunnydown Farm, Langton Matravers, Dorset: amphibians discovered in the Purbeck Limestone Formation. PDNH and AS 109,148-50.
ENSOM PC and ETCHES SM 1987: Ophiuroids from the Kimmeridge Clay, pectinatus zone, Freshwater Steps, Dorset. PDNH and AS 108, 205.
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