Chapter 1: The Limits of Paleontological Resolution; M. Kowalewski, R.K. Bambach.Chapter 2: Best-Fit Intervals and Consensus Sequences: Comparison of the Resolving Power of Traditional Biostratigraphy and Computer-Assisted Correlation; P.M. Sadler, R.A. Cooper.Chapter 3: Combining Stratigraphic Sections and Museum Collections to Increase Biostratigraphic Resolution: Comparison of the Resolving Power of Traditional Biostratigraphy and Computer-Assisted Correlation; M. Webster, P.M. Sadler, M.A. Kooser, E. Fowler.Chapter 4: Zoophycos, Systematic Stratigraphic Leaking, and Lamella Stratigraphy: Do Some Spreiten Contain a Unique Record of High-Frequency Depositional Dynamics? C.E. Savrda.Chapter 5: Variation in Adult Size of Scaphitid Ammonites from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale and Fox Hills Formation; N.H. Landman, S.M. Klofak, K.B. Sarg.Chapter 6: Controls on Shell Shape in Acanthoceratid Ammonites from the Cenomanian-Turonian Western Interior Seaway; M.M. Yacobucci. Chapter 7: A Reappraisal of the Relationship between Sea Level and Species Richness; P.J. Harries.Chapter 8: Diversity Patterns of Nonmarine Cretaceous Vertebrates of the Western Interior Basin; J.G. Eaton, J.I. Kirkland.Chapter 9: Use of Event Beds and Sedimentary Cycles in High-Resolution Stratigraphic Correlation of Lithologically Repetitive Successions: The Upper Ordovician Kope Formation of Northern Kentucky and Southern Ohio; C.E. Brett, T.J. Algeo, P.I. McLaughlin.Chapter 10: Late Devonian Sequence and Event Stratigraphy Across the Frasnian-Famennian (F-F) Boundary, Utah and Nevada; J.R. Morrow, C.A. Sandberg.Chapter 11: Vertebrate Biostratigraphy of the Smoky Hill Chalk (Niobrara Formation) and the Sharon Springs Member (Pierre Shale); K. Carpenter.Chapter 12: Limestone Concretions as Near-Isochronous Surfaces: A Cretaceous Example from the Western Interior of North America; E.G. Kauffman.Chapter 13: Contents of the Compact Disc: CONOP9 Programs for Solving the Stratigraphic Correlation and Seriation Problems as Constrained Optimization; P.M. Sadler, W.G. Kemple, M.A. Kooser.