Books about Silurian

Silurian Lands and Seas: Paleogeography Outside of Laurentia
Silurian Lands and Seas is the only up-to-date synthesis of plate tectonics, paleogeography, biotic distribution, and geologic history of the 20 million year-long Silurian geologic period.
In-depth contributions by 44 specialists recreate the geologic history of this important interval in earth history in eleven important regions world-wide.
A product of the Silurian Subcommission, Silurian Lands and Seas is a profusely illustrated volume that will be a major addition to college and university libraries. It will be used in earth history research and courses for undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals in paleogeography, tectonics, stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleontology, and natural resources.

Silurian Cycles Linkages of Dynamic Stratigraphy With Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Tectonic Changes
First comprehensive review of global and regional controls on Silurian sea-levels and biotic history. The 21 reports on sequence stratigraphy and biotic diversity for six Silurian continents (Laurentia, Avalon, Siberia, Gondwana, and Perunica) will be of particular interest to college, university, and petrolium company researchers and instructors. This volume is the first publication resulting from the Second International Symposium on the Silurian system.
Global Analysis of the Ordovician-Silurian Boundary
Stratigraphy of the Silurian-Devonian Upper Helderberg group in northeastern West Virginia (United States)
The Silurian-Devonian Helderberg Group in northeastern West Virginia is composed of the following formation: Keyser Limestone, New Creek Limestone, Corriganville Limestone, Mandata Shale, and Shriver Chert. The upper Helderberg Group is interpreted as a transgressive-regressive sequence of shallow marine and tidal flat deposits on a carbonate ramp. Gas is produced from the New Creek Limestone, the Corriganville Limestone, and the Shriver Chert. The gas reservoirs are located on anticlines. The Middle Devonian Needmore Shale is the gas source rock, and the Mandata Shale and the Shriver Chert are the seal rocks. Biostratigraphic (conodont) and chemostratigraphic (13C carbon isotopes) analyses are presented to create a high-resolution chronostratigraphic framework. The conodont Icriodus woschmidti and the 13C carbon isotope values indicate that most the upper Helderberg Group is within the Lockhovian Stage. The Silurian-Devonian boundary is within the upper Keyser Formation, either 3 m to 25 m below of the top of the formation.
Correlation of the African Silurian rocks
Correlation of the North American Silurian rocks (Geological Society of America. Special paper)
The Silurian-Devonian boundary: Final report of the Committee on the Silurian-Devonian Boundary within IUGS Commission on Stratigraphy