Books and Book Chapters

  • 8. Messing CG, Hoggett A, Vail L, Rouse GW, Rowe FWE (2017) Chapter 7. Crinoidea. IN: O’Hara T & Byrne M (eds), Australian Echinoderms: Biology, Ecology and Evolution. CSIRO Publishing.

  • 7. Hess H and Messing CG 2011.  Articulata. IN Seldon, P. (Ed.) and W.I. Ausich (Coordinating Author). Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part T, Echinodermata 2 Revised, Crinoidea 3.  University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, Kansas. xxix + 261 p.

  • 6. Keith EO, Messing CG, Schmitt E (2011) Laboratory Exercises in Biology. 2nd edition. Kendall-Hunt, Dubuque IA. 270 p.

  • 5. Keith EO, Messing CG, Schmitt E (2010) Laboratory Exercises in Biology. Kendall-Hunt, Dubuque IA 219 p.

  • 4. Pawson DL, Vance DJ, Messing CG, Solis-Marin A & Mah CL (2009) Echinodermata of the Gulf of Mexico. Pp. 1177-1209 IN: Felder DL & Camp D (eds), Gulf of Mexico: Its Origins, Waters and Biota. Biota volume. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX.

  • 3. Baumiller TK, Gahn FJ, Hess H & Messing CG (2008) Taphonomy as an Indicator of Behavior among Fossil Crinoids.  Pp. 6-20 IN: Ausich WI & Webster GD (eds), Echinoderm Paleobiology, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.

  • 2. Messing CG, Reed JK, Brooke SD & Ross SW. (2008) Deep-water coral reefs of the United States. Pp. 767-791 IN: Riegl B & Dodge RE (eds), Coral Reefs of the USA. Springer-Verlag.

  • 1. Pearse JS and Messing CG 2007. Crinoidea. P. 914 IN: Carlton JT (ed), The Light & Smith Manual: Intertidal Invertebrates from Central California to Oregon (4th ed.), University of California Press. p. 914.

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