Selected Publications


Williams, Scott, Lyson, Tyler, and Bercovici, Antoine. 2012. “TAPHONOMIC AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF A NEW MASS DEATH ASSEMBLAGE OF BAENID TURTLES FROM THE HELL CREEK FORMATION (LATEST MAASTRICHTIAN) OF SOUTH EASTERN MONTANA.” Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

Householder, Mindy, Scott Williams, and Katie Tremaine. "A NEW, SMALL-BODIED ALLIGATOROID FROM THE HELL CREEK FORMATION (LATE MAASTRICHTIAN) OF MONTANA."Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 31. 60

Williams, Scott, Bonnan, Matthew, Foss, Scott, and Kirkland, James. 2011. “THE HANKSVILLE-BURPEE QUARRY: COOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF AN IMPORTANT PALEONTOLOGICAL BONEBED.” Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Fossil Resources.

Williams, S., S. Brusatte, J. Matthews and P. Currie. 2010. “A NEW JUVENILE TYRANNOSAURUS AND A REASSESSMENT OF ONTOGENETIC AND PHYLOGENETIC CHANGES IN TYRANNOSAUROID FORELIMB PROPORTIONS.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book, 187A.

Williams, Scott A. 2010. “THE PERMIAN CHALLENGE: PREPARING SMALL FOSSIL TETRAPODS FROM RICHARD’S SPUR, OKLAHOMA.”   3rd Annual Fossil Preparator Conference, Field Museum, Chicago, IL

 Williams, Scott, Williamson, Thomas E., Carr, Thomas, and Tremaine, Katie. 2009. “JUVENILE PACHYCEPHALOSAURUS SQUAMOSALS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PACHYCEPHALOSAURINE CRANIAL ONTOGENY.” Geological Society of America Abstracts Book.

Mathews, Joshua C., Williams, Scott, Henderson, Michael, and Bonnan, Matthew F. 2009. “THE HANKSVILLE-BURPEE QUARRY: A NEW DINOSAUR BONEBED FROM THE BRUSHY BASIN MEMBER, MORRISON FORMATION (LATEST JURASSIC) OF EASTERN UTAH.” Geological Society of America Abstracts Book.

Mathews, Joshua C., Stephen L. Brusatte, Scott A. Williams, and Michael D. Henderson. 2009. "THE FIRST TRICERATOPS BONEBED AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR GREGARIOUS BEHAVIOR."Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology29, no. 1: 286-290.

Williamson, Thomas E., Carr, Thomas D., Williams, Scott A.  and Tremaine, Katie. 2009.” EARLY ONTOGENY OF PACHYCEPHALOSAURINE SQUAMOSALS AS REVEALED BY JUVENILE SPECIMENS FROM THE HELL CREEK FORMATION, EASTERN MONTANA.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (1): 291-294.

Williams, Scott. 2005. “THE LITTLE MUSEUM THAT COULD: HOW THE BURPEE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY PREPARED A JUVENILE TYRANNOSAUR.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3):

Currie, P. J., Henderson, M., Horner, J. R., and Williams, S. A. 2005. “ON TYRANNOSAUR TEETH, TOOTH POSITIONS AND THE TAXONOMIC STATUS OF NANOTYRANNUS LANCENSIS.”  The Origin, Systematics, and Paleobiology of Tyrannosauridae Symposium Abstracts:19.