List of references by intial letter. Not all the references are complete or correct. If you have more or better information, please let me know.

Eagar, R. M. C. and Preece, R. ; 1977; Collectoring and Collections of Note. 14: the Manchester Museum; GCG New letter; 2:1: pp.12-40:
Eastman, C.R. ; 1904; A recent paleontological induction; Science; 20:510: pp.465-466:
Eberle, Jaelyn, Storer, John E., Chin, Karen and Cumbaa, Stephen L. ; 2001; A new marine fauna from the Late Cretaceous of Devon Island, Nunavut Territory, Canadian Arctic Archipelago; PaleoBios; 21:2, Suppl.: pp.47:
Eberth, David A. ; 1997b; Edmonton Group; in Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs, edited by Philip J. Currie and Kevin Padian; Academic Presspp 199-204
Edinger, Tilly ; (date unknown); Uer eine pachyostotishce Rippe aus der kreide Rugen; ;
Edinger, Tilly ; 1921a; Uber Nothosaurus III) Ein Schadelfund im Keuper; ; II:
Edinger, Tilly ; 1921b; Uber Nothosaurus II) Zur Gaumenfrage; Senckenbergiana Lethaea; 3:56: pp.143-205.:
Edinger, Tilly ; 1935; ; ;
Edmonds, J. M. ; 1978; The fossil collection of the Misses Philpot of Lyme Regis; Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society; 98: pp.43-48:
Edmund, A. Gordon ; 1960; Tooth Replacement Phenomena in the Lower Vertebrates; Life Sciences Division Royal Ontario Museum Toronto, Contributions; Number 52: pp.1-190:
Eichwald ; 1859; ?; ?;
Ekrt, Boris, Kostak, Martin, Mazuch, Martin, Valicek, Jan and Wiese, Frank ; 2001; Short note on new records of late Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) marine reptile remains from the Upohlavy Quarry; NW Bohemia, Czech Republic; Bulletin of Geosciences (Praha); 76:2: pp.101--106:
England, Bryan ; 2003; Late Cretaceous marine vertebrates from the Pee Dee River valley, Florence County, South Carolina; Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology; 23:3, Suppl.: pp.48:
Enlow, E. H. and Brown, S. O. ; 1956; A comparative Histological Study of Fossil and Recent Bone Tissues, Part I:; Texas Journal of Science; pp.405-443:
Enlow, E. H. and Brown, S. O. ; 1958; A comparative Histological Study of Fossil and Recent Bone Tissues. Part III; Texas Journal of Science; pp.187-230:
Ensom, P. C. ; 1989; Plesiosaurus sp from the Middle Lias of the Dorset Coast; Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society; 110: pp.167:
Etches, Steve and Clarke, Jane B ; 1999; Catalogue of the Steve Etches collection; published privately;
Etheridge, R. ; 1897; An Ausrtralian sauropterygian (Cimoliasaurus) converted into precious opal; Records of the Australian Museum; 3: pp.21-29:
Etheridge, R. ; 1904; A second sauropterygian converted into opal from the Upper Cretaceous of White Cliffs, New South Wales. With indications of ichthyopterygians at the same locality; Records of the Australian Museum; 5: pp.306-316:
Etheridge, R. ; 1917; Megalania prisca, Owen, and Notiosaurus dentatus, Owen; Lacertilian dermal armour; Opalized remains from Lighting Ridge; Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria; 29, (N.S.):Part II: pp.127-133:
Evans, Mark ; 1998; A new reconstruction of the cranial morphology of the Callovian plesiosaur Muraenosaurus leedsii Seeley, 1874 (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) based on a partial skull from the Oxford Clay Formation of Peterborough.; proof copy;
Evans, Mark ; 1999; A new reconstruction of the skull of the Callovian elasmosaurid plesiosaur Muraenosaurus leedsii Seeley; Mercian Geologist; 14:4: pp.191-196:
Evans, Mark ; 2004; Small heads on long necks: plesiosauroid Plesiosaur skull morphologyNot Walking with dinosaurs: the swimming and flying reptiles of the mesozoic;
Evans, Mark and Forrest, Richard ; 2004; 52nd SVPCA and 13th SPPC. Abstracts; ;
Everhart, Michael J. ; 1999; Gastroliths Associated with Plesiosaur Remains in the Sharon Springs Member (Late Cretaceous) of the Pierre Shale, Western Kansas; Unpublished draft paper;
Everhart, Michael J. ; 1999a; Updates to your list - email (private correspondence)
Everhart, Michael J. ; 2000; Gastroliths Associated with Plesiosaur Remains in the Sharron Springs Member of the Pierre Shale (Late Cretaceous), Western Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science; 103:1-2: pp.64-75:
Everhart, Michael J. ; 2003; First records of plesiosaur remains in the lower Smoky Hill Chalk Member (upper Coniacian) of the Niobrara Formation in western Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (2003); 106:3-4: pp.139-148:
Everhart, Michael J. ; 2004; Plesiosaurs as the Food of Mosasaurs; New Data on the Stomach Contents of a Tylosaurus proriger (Squama ta; Mosasauridae) from the Niobrara Formation of Western Kansas; The Mosasaur; 7: pp.41-46:
Everhart, Michael J. ; 2005; Elasmosaurid remains from the Pierre Shale (Upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Possible missing elements of the type specimen of Elasmosaurus platyurus Cope 1868?; ; 4(3): pp.19-23:
Everhart, Michael J. ; 2006; The Occurrence of Elasmosaurids (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) in the Niobrara Chalk of Western Kansas; Paludicila; 5(4): pp.170-183: