Our Publications

Lisa Park Boush

BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

  1. Rosen, M.R., Finkelstein, D.B., Park Boush, L.E., and Pla Pueyo, S. (eds). 2021.  Introduction to limnogeology: progress, challenges and opportunities: A tribute to Elizabeth Gierlowski Kordesch. Springer-Verlag.
  2. Cohen, P., Lockwood, R., and Park Boush, L.E., (eds), 2018. Pedagogy and Technology in the Modern Paleontology Classroom. Short Course Notes: Paleontological Society Special Paper.
  3. Viehberg, F., Matzke-Karasz, R., Park Boush, L., Smith, A., 2014. The Recent and Fossil Meet Kempf Database Ostracoda: Festschrift Eugen Karl Kempf—Proceed. of the 15th International German Ostracodologists’ Meeting. Crustaceana Monographs, 20, Brill, Boston, 251 p.
  4. Park, L.E., and Freile, D., (Eds), 2008. 13th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas, 223 p.
  5. McConnell, D., Steer, D., Knight, C., Owens, K., and Park, L., The Good Earth: An Inquiry-Based Earth Science Textbook. McGraw-Hill Publishing: 536 p.
  6. Park, L.E., and Smith, A. (eds.) 2003. Bridging the Gap: Trends in the Ostracode Biological and Geological Sciences. Short Course Notes: Paleontological Society Special Paper. 290 p.
  7. Park, L.E., and Smith, A.S. (eds.) 2001. Paleobiology Special Issue, v. 27.

REFEREED PAPERS (PUBLISHED AND IN REVIEW)

  1. Park Boush, L.E., Hall, Christine, Antonietto, L.S., and McFarland, A.J.,  2021. Ecological Response of Ostracodes (Arthropoda, Crustacea) to Lake Level Fluctuations in the Eocene Green River Formation, Fossil Basin, Wyoming, USA. In: Rosen, M.R., Finkelstein, D.B., Park Boush, L.E., and Pla-Pueyo, S. (eds). Introduction to limnogeology: progress, challenges and opportunities: A tribute to Elizabeth Gierlowski Kordesch. Springer-Verlag.
  2. Astrop, T.I., Park Boush, L. and Weeks, S.C., 2020.  Testing Weissman’s Lineage Selection Model for the Maintenance of Sex: The Evolutionary Dynamics Of Clam Shrimp Reproduction Over Geologic Time.  In Zoological Studies.
  3. Antonietto, L.S., Park Boush, L.E., Plotnick, R.E., Stigall, A.,  2020.  Paleoecological aspects of western United States nonmarine ostracods during the Eocene-Oligocene transition: the early Oligocene faunas of the Renova Formation, southwestern Montana.  Palaios 35(3): 165-174.
  4. Park Boush, L.E., Hall, Christine, Antonietto, L.S., and McFarland, A.J., In Review. Ecological Response of Ostracodes (Arthropoda, Crustacea) to Lake Level Fluctuations in the Eocene Green River Formation, Fossil Basin, Wyoming, USA. In: Advances in Limnogeology—A Tribute to Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch. Rosen, M., Finkelstein, D., and Park Boush, L. (eds.). Springer-Verlag.
  5. Medeiros, C.G., DO Carmo, D.A., Antonietto, L.S. and Park Boush, L.E. In Review. The ostracods from Solimões Formation, Brazil: proposal of an alternative biostratigraphic zonation for the Neogene of Amazonia. Revista Brasileira de Paelontologia.
  6. Michelson, A.V., Kidwell, S.M., Park Boush, L., and Ash, J.L., 2018. Testing for human impacts in the mismatch of living and dead ostracode assemblages at nested spatial scales in subtropical lakes from the Bahamian archipelago. Paleobiology 44(4): 758-782.
  7. Antonietto, L., Park Boush, L., Suarez, C.A., Milner, A.R.C., and Kirkland, J.I., 2018. The ‘Last Hurrah of the Reigning Darwinulocopines’? Ostracoda (Arthropoda, Crustacea) from the Lower Jurassic Moenave Formation, Arizona and Utah, USA. Journal of Paleontology, 92(4): 648-660.
  8. Michelson, A.V. and Park Boush, L., 2017. A quantitative inference model for conductivity using non-marine ostracode assemblages on San Salvador Island, Bahamas: Paleosalinity records from two lakes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 477: 27-39.
  9. Buynevich, I.V., Savarese, M., Curran, H.A., Bitinas, A., Glumac, B., Pupienis, D., Kopcznski, K., Dobrotin, N., Gnivecki, P., and Park Boush, L., 2017. Sand incursions into temperate (Lithuania) and tropical (the Bahamas) maritime vegetation: georadar visualization of target-rich aeolian lithosomes. Journal of Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 195: 69-75.
  10. Stigall, A., Plotnick, R., and Park Boush, L.E., The first Cenozoic spinicaudatans from North America. Journal of Paleontology 91: 467-476.
  11. Michelson, A.V., Park Boush, L.E., and Pan, J.J., 2016. Discerning patterns of diversity from biogeographical distributions: testing models of metacommunity dynamics using ostracodes from the Bahamas. Hydrobiologia, v. 766: 305-319. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-015- 2464-1
  12. Michelson, A.V., and Park Boush, L.E., 2016. Paleosalinity records from three lakes on San Salvador Island, Bahamas, inferred from preserved ostracode assemblages. In Glumac and M. Savarese (eds.). 16th the Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas: 124-140.
  13. Park Boush, L.E., Myrbo, A.E., and Michelson, A., 2014. A qualitative and quantitative model for climate-driven lake formation on carbonate platforms based on examples from the Bahamian archipelago. Carbonates and Evaporites. v. 29: 409-418. (DOI) 1007/s13146-014-0221-6
  14. Buynevich, I.V., Savarese, M., Kadurin, S.V., Larchenkov, E.P., Park Boush, L.E., Curran, A.H., and Beal, I.A., 2014. Morphodynamics and geological legacy of berm scarps along non-tidal (Ukraine) and microtidal (the Bahamas) coasts. Geology and Geography Series, Odessa National University, Ukraine, 10 p.
  15. Seddon, Alistair (et al. +68 authors), 2014. Looking forward through the past: Identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology. Journal of Ecology.
  16. Michelson, A.V., and Park, L.E., Taphonomic dynamics of lacustrine ostracodes on San Salvador, Bahamas: High fidelity and evidence of anthropogenic modification. PALAIOS, v. 28: 129-135. http://palaios.geoscienceworld.org/content/28/2/129.full.pdf+html?sid=4906d181-bfe9- 4872-b108-85431f6f0ba5
  17. Astrop, T., Weeks, S.C., and Park, L.E., Sexual discrimination at work: Spinicaudata ‘Clam Shrimp’ (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) as a model organism for the study of sexual system evolution. Palaeontologica Electronica 15(2): 1-15. http://palaeo- electronica.org/content/2012-issue-2-articles/262-sexual-systems-in-fossilsr
  18. Park, L.E., Comparing two long-term hurricane frequency and intensity records from San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Journal of Coastal Research, v. 28: 891-902. http://dx.doi.org/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-11-00065.1.
  19. Michelson, A.V., and Park, L.E., 2011. Taphonomic dynamics of lacustrine ostracodes on San Salvador Island, Bahamas: Live/dead fidelity and intralake variability. 15th the Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas.
  20. Dalman, M.R. and Park, L.E., 2011. Tracking hurricane and climate change records in a Bahamian coastal lake: Clear Pond, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. 15th the Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Res. Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas.
  21. Srivatsan, T.S., Kuruvilla, M., and Park, L., 2010. A study at understanding the mechanisms governing the high cycle fatigue and final fracture behavior of the titanium alloy: Ti-4Al- 2.5V. Materials Science and Engineering, v. 527(3): 435-448.
  22. Niemi, T.M., Ameis, A., Murowchick, J.B., and Park, L.E., Anthropogenic heavy metals in sediment cores from Salt Pond, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. 14th the Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. p. 186-199.
  23. Michelson, A.V. and Park, L.E., 2010. Ostracode metacommunity dynamics on San Salvador Island, Bahamas: discerning patterns of diversity and biogeographical distributions. 13th Symposium on the Natural History of the Bahamas. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas.
  24. Sipahioglu, S.M., Park, L.E., and Siewers, F.M., 2010. Tracking storms through time: event deposition and biologic response in Storr’s Lake, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. 14th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. p. 220-236.
  25. Ingalls, B.R., and Park, L.E., 2010. Biotic and taphonomic response to lake level fluctuations in the Greater Green River Basin (Eocene), Wyoming. PALAIOS, v. 25, p. 287-298.
  26. Park, L.E., and Cohen, A.S., 2010. Paleoecological response of ostracods to early-Late Pleistocene lake level changes in Lake Malawi, East Africa. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 303 (1-4): 71-80.
  27. Buffler, R.T., Walter, R.C., Ghebretensae, B.N., Bruggemann, J.H., Guillaume, M.M.M., Berhe, S.M., McIntosh, W., Park, L.E., 2010. Geologic setting of the Abdur Archaeological Site on the Red Sea coast of Eritrea, Africa. Global and Planetary Change. p. 429-450.
  28. Park, L.E., Siewers, F.D., Metzger, T., and Sipahioglu, S., 2009. After the hurricane hits: recovery and response to large storm events in a saline lake, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Quaternary International, v. 195: 98-105.
  29. Johnson, C.R., Ashley, G.M., de Wet, C.B., Dvoretsky, R., Park, L., Hover, V.C., Owen, R.B., and McBrearty, S., 2009. Tufa as a record of perennial freshwater in a semi-arid rift basin, Kapthurin Formation, Kenya. Sedimentology, v. 56: 1115-1137.
  30. Srivatsan, T.S., Kuruvilla, M., and Park, L., An investigation of the cyclic fatigue and final fracture behavior of a titanium alloy. Key Engineering Materials, v. 378: 271-298.
  31. Srivatsan, T.S., Vasudevan, S., Park, L., and Lederich, R.J., 2008. The high cycle fatigue and fracture behavior of friction stir welded aluminum alloy 2024. Key Engineering Materials, v. 378: 175-206.
  32. Srivatsan, T.S., Vasudevan, S., Park, L., Lederich, R.J., 2008. An investigation of the high cycle fatigue and final fracture behavior of aluminum alloy 2219. Key Engineering Materials, v. 378: 207-230.
  33. Park, L.E., Siewers, F.M., Metzger, T.M., Sipahioglu, S.M., and Leonard, K., 2008. After the hurricane hits: recovery and response to large storm events in a saline lake, San Salvador Island, Bahamas, In: L.E. Park and D. Freile (eds.). 13th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and Other Carbonate Regions. Gerace Research Centre, San Salvador Island, Bahamas: 65-76.
  34. Park, L.E., and Trubee, K.J. 2008. Faunal and geochemical variability of ostracodes faunas from saline ponds on San Salvador Island, Bahamas. In: L.E. Park and D. Freile (eds.) 13th Symp. on the Geol. of the Bahamas & Other Carb. Regions. Gerace Res. Centre, San Salvador Isl., Bahamas: 11-24.
  35. Srivatsan, T.S., Vasudevan, S., Park, L., and Lederich, R.J., 2008. The quasi-static deformation and final fracture behavior of aluminum. Materials Science and Engineering A, v. 497: 270-277.
  36. Kuruvilla, M., Srivatsan, T.S., Petraroli, M., and Park, L., An investigation of microstructure, hardness, tensile behaviour of a titanium alloy: role of orientation. Sadhana, v. 33: 235-250.
  37. Park, L.E., Geochemical and faunal variability of ostracode faunas from saline ponds on San Salvador Island, Bahamas, an integrated taxonomic and geochemical atlas. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 39: p. 26.
  38. Srivatsan, T.S., Vasudevan, S., and Park, L., 2007. The tensile deformation and fracture behavior of friction stir welded aluminum alloy 2024. Materials Science and Engineering A, v. 466: 235-245.
  39. Park, L.E., Hurricanes and their effect on sedimentation and faunal dynamics in two tropical saline lakes. GSA Annual Meeting.
  40. Cohen, A.S., Stone, J.R., Beuning, K.R.M., Park, L.E., Reinthal, P.N., Dettman, D., Scholz, C.A., Johnson, T.C., King, J.W., Talbot, M.R., Brown, E.T., Ivory, S.J., 2007. Ecological consequences of Early Late-Pleistocene megadroughts in tropical Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 104: 16422-16427. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0703873104
  41. Park, L.E. and Gierlowski-Kordesch, G.H., 2007. Paleozoic lake faunas: establishing aquatic life on land. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 249 (1-2): 160-179.
  42. Hunt, E., Park, L.E., and LaBarbera, M., 2007. A novel crustacean swimming stroke: coordinated four-paddled locomotion in the cypridoidean ostracode Cypridopsis vidua (Müller). The Biological Bulletin, v. 212: 67-73. http://www.biolbull.org/content/212/1/67.abstract?sid=34a0e929-1ca9-4760-8435- 57f221d2989b
  43. Park, L.E., and Gierlowski-Kordesch, E.H., 2005. Paleobiology and evolutionary history of Paleozoic lacustrine faunas. In: B. Lieberman and A. Stigall Roade (eds.). Paleobiogeography: Tracking the Coevolution of the Earth and its Biota. Paleontological Society Short Course Volume 11: 49-76.
  44. Demko, T.M., Nicoll, T.A., Beer, J.J., Hasiotis, S.T., and Park, L.E., 2005. Mesozoic Lakes of the Colorado Plateau. In: J. Pederson and C.M. Dehler (eds.). Interior Western United States: Geological Society of America Field Guide 6: 329-356.
  45. Barrett, L.R., Matney, T. and Park, L.E., A cooperative learning interdisciplinary subsurface archaeogeophysical survey and mapping course. Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 52: 236-244.
  46. Gierlowski-Kordesch, G.H. and Park, L.E., Comparing species diversity in the modern and fossil record of lakes. Journal of Geology, v. 112: 703-717.
  47. Bauer, A.M., Nicoll, K.A., Matney, T.C., and Park, L.E., 2004. Archaeological site distribution by geomorphic setting in the Southern Lower Cuyahoga River Valley, NE Ohio: initial observations from a GIS database. Geoarchaeology: An International Journal, 19: 711-729.
  48. Park, L.E., Tracking environmental change using lake sediments—Volume 4. Journal of Paleolimnology, v. 30(4): 474-476.
  49. Park, L.E., and Ricketts, R.D., 2003. Evolutionary history of the Ostracoda and the origin of nonmarine faunas. In: L.E. Park and A. Smith (eds.). Bridging the Gap: Trends in the Ostracode Biological and Geological Sciences. Paleontological Society Short Course Volume 9: 11-36.
  50. Park, L.E., and Smith, A.J., 2003. An introduction to Ostracoda. In: L.E. Park and A. Smith (eds.). Bridging the Gap: Trends in the Ostracode Biological and Geological Sciences. Paleontological Society Short Course Volume 9: 9-10
  51. Palacios-Fest, M., Park, L.E., Gonzalez-Porta, J., Palacios-Fest, M.R., and Dix, G.R., 2003. Química de conchas de ostrácodos: una alternativa para medir la contaminación por metales de sistemas acuáticos. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, v. 20: 139-153.
  52. Park, L.E., Cohen, A.S., Martens, K., and Bralek, R., 2003. The impact of taphonomic processes on interpreting paleoecological changes in large lake ecosystems: Ostracodes in Lakes Tanganyika and Malawi. Journal of Paleolimnology 30(2): 127-138.
  53. Park, L.E., Martens, K., and Cohen, A.S., 2002. Phylogenetic Relationships of Gomphocythere (Crustacea: Ostracoda) in Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Journal of Crustacean Biology, v. 22: 15-27.
  54. Park, L.E. and Martens, K., 2001. Four new species of Gomphocythere from Lake Tanganyika, Africa (Crustacea, Ostracoda). Hydrobiologia, 450: 127-145.
  55. Park, L.E. and Smith, A.B., 2001. Beyond phylogeny reconstruction: tree-based analyses in paleontology. Paleobiology, v. 27: 187.
  56. Park, L.E., and Downing, K.F., 2001. Paleoecology of an exceptionally preserved arthropod fauna from lake deposits of the Miocene Barstow Formation, Southern California, U.S.A. PALAIOS, v. 16: 175-184.
  57. Park, L.E., Cohen, A.S., and Martens, K., 2000. Ecology and speciation of the ostracod clade, Gomphocythere in Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Internat. Verein. Limnol. v. 27: 1-5. http://www.speciation.net/Database/Journals/Verhandlungen-des-Internationalen- Verein-Limnologie-;i2275
  58. Park, L.E., and Downing, K.F., 2000. Implications of phylogeny reconstruction for ostracod speciation modes in Lake Tanganyika. Advances in Ecological Research, v. 31: 303-330. http://www.speciation.net/Database/Journals/Verhandlungen-des-Internationalen- Verein-Limnologie-;i2275
  59. Wells, T.M., Cohen, A.S., Park, L.E., Dettman, D.L., and McKee, B.A., 1999. Ostracode stratigraphy and paleoecology from surficial sediments of Lake Tanganyika, Africa. Journal of Paleolimnology, v. 22: 259-276.
  60. Dix, G.R., Patterson, R.T. and Park, L.E., Marine saline ponds as sedimentary archives of Late Holocene sea level and climate variation: an example along a carbonate platform- margin, Bahamas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology, v. 150: 223-246.
  61. Downing, K.F., Musser, G.G., and Park, L.E., The first fossil record of small mammals from Sulawesi, Indonesia: The large murid, Paruromys dominator, from the Late(?) Pliocene Walanae Formation. In: Y. Tomida, L.J. Flynn and L.L. Jacobs (eds.). Advances in Vertebrate Paleontology and Geochronology. National Science Museum Monographs, No. 14, Tokyo, Japan: 105-121. http://books.google.com/books/about/Advances_in_Vertebrate_Paleontology_and.html?id =-aJhQgAACAAJ
  62. Downing, K.F., and Park, L.E., Geochemistry and early diagenesis of mammal-bearing concretions of the Sucker Creek Formation of southeastern Oregon: an example of Tertiary bone-volcaniclastic interactions. PALAIOS, v. 13: 12-25.
  63. Park, L.E., Geochemical and paleoenvironmental analysis of lacustrine arthropod- bearing concretions of the Barstow Formation, southern California. PALAIOS. v. 10: 44-57. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/3515006
  64. Hannibal, J.T., and Park, L.E., A guide to selected sources of information on stone used for buildings, monuments, and works of art. Journal of Geologic Education v. 40(1): 12-24.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS (Essays, Field Guides, Non-Research Areas)

  1. Park Boush, L.E., Lehnert, K., Myrbo, A.M., Noren, A., Peters, S.E., Singer, B., and Williams, J.W., 2017. What’s your delta? EarthRates—a new NSF funded research coordination network for linking scales across the sedimentary crust. The Sedimentary Record, v. 15 (4), December, pp. 4-8. DOI: 10.2110/sedred.2017.4
  2. Park, L.E., and Calvo, S.E., 2008. A paleontologist’s foray into politics. American Paleontologist, Fall/Winter.
  3. Park, L.E.,2006. It’s not about evolution: the debate about Intelligent Design. PALAIOS, v. 21(2): 111-113. https://doi.org/10.2110/palo.2006.S02
  4. Park, L.E., Intelligent design: a community responds. American Paleontologist, Spring: 29-30.
  5. Demko, T., Nicoll, K. and Park, L.E., 2003. Field Trip Guide for the Grand Canyon and Mesozoic Lakes of the Colorado Plateau. 3rd International Limnogeology Congress, Tucson, Arizona, March 29-April 2: 75 p.

 

James Kerr

PAPERS (PUBLISHED AND IN PREP)

  1. Kerr, J.P., Bush, A., Pier, J., Brisson, S., and Bush, A.M. Preservation and host preferences of late Frasnian (Late Devonian) skeletobionts in the Appalachian Foreland Basin, USA. In prep. PALIOS.
  2. Kerr, J.P. and Kelley, P.H. Assessing the influence of escalation during the Mesozoic Marine Revolution: Shell breakage and adaptation against enemies in Mesozoic ammonites. 2015. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 440:632-646.

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

  1. Kerr, J.P., Brisson, S.K., Pier, J.Q., and Bush, A.M. VARIATION IN SKELETOBIONT-HOST RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS THE FRASNIAN-FAMENNIAN EXTINCTION EVENT ALONG AN ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENT. 2019 GSA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona (22-25 September 2019) Paper No. 194-18.
  2. Kerr, J.P. COMMENSALISM IN THE MIDST OF EXTINCTION: ENCRUSTERS AND BORERS OF THE APPALACIAN FORELAND BASIN ACROSS THE FRASNIAN-FAMENNIAN BOUNDARY. 2018 GSA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana (4-7 November 2018) Paper No. 73-7.
  3. Kerr, J.P., ENCRUSTERS AND BORERS THROUGH AN EXTINCTION EVENT: A DESCRIPTION OF SKELETOBIONT ASSEMBLAGES THROUGH THE FRASNIAN-FAMENNIAN BOUNDARY OF THE APPALACHIAN FORELAND BASIN. 2017 GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington (22-25 October 2017) Paper No. 271-1.
  4. Kerr, J.P., Park Boush, L.E., Yakabowskas, D.M., and Myrbo, A. RESILIENCE AGAINST PERTURBATION: RESPONSE OF MOLLUSCAN COMMUNITIES TO SEA LEVEL RISE IN AN INLAND BLUE HOLE, ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS. 2016 GSA Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado (25-28 September 2016) Paper No. 76-26.
  5. Kerr, J.P. and Kelley, P.H. PREDATION OF MESOZOIC AMMONITES THROUGH TIME AND SPACE: COMPARISON OF REPAIR SCAR FREQUENCY AND ANTIPREDATORY SHELL MORPHOLOGY IN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE. 2015 GSA Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, USA (1-4 November 2015) Paper No. 129-13.
  6. Kerr, J.P. and Kelley, P.H. PREDATION AND ESCALATION OF MESOZOIC AMMONITES: EVIDENCE FROM REPAIR SCARS AND ANTIPREDATORY SHELL MORPHOLOGY. 2014 GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia (19-22 October 2014) Paper No. 134-3.
  7. Kerr, J.P. and Kelley, P.H. REPAIR SCARS AS INDICATORS OF PREDATION AND ANTIPREDATORY RESPONSE TO PREDATION IN MESOZOIC AMMONOIDS. Southeastern Section – 63rd Annual Meeting (10-11 April 2014) Paper No. 7.
  8. Kerr, J.P. and Kelley, P.H. ANTIPREDATORY MORPHOLOGY AND INTENSITY OF SUBLETHAL PREDATION IN MESOZOIC AMMONOIDS. National GSA Meeting – 125th Anniversary Annual Meeting and Expo (27-30 October 2013) Paper No. 296-2.
  9. Kelley, P.H., Albritton, C.K., Kerr, J.P., Korpanty, C.A., Tedick, A.M., Umling, N.E., and Dietl, G.P. DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE CANEPATCH FORMATION, UPPER PLEISTOCENE, HORRY COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA. Southeastern Section – 62nd Annual Meeting (20-21 March 2013) Paper No. 15.
  10. Korpanty, C.A., Kerr, J.P., Standford, S.D., Tedick, A.M., Kelley, P.H., and Dietl, G.P. FIDELITY OF MOLLUSCAN LIFE AND DEATH ASSEMBLAGES: A FIVE YEAR STUDY TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF ANTHROPOGENIC PRESSURES ON A NORTH CAROLINA TIDAL FLAT. Southeastern Section – 62nd Annual Meeting (20-21 March 2013) Paper No. 6.
  11. Kerr, J.P., Dexter, T.A., Wittmer, J.M., Scarponi, D., and Kowalewski, M. MEASURING SHELL SIZE WITHOUT MEASURING SHELL SIZE: A TIME-EFFICIENT APPROACH TO BODY SIZE ANALYSES. Southeastern Section – 60th Annual Meeting (23–25 March 2011) Paper No. 30-2.

 

Elena Robakiewicz

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

  1. Robakiewicz, E., Bergner, A., Mingram, J., Trauth, M., and Junginger, A. “25,000 Year of Moisture Varibility based on Diatom Conductivity Reconstruction at Lake Nakuru, Central Kenya Rift” Geological Society of America Conference, 25 September 2019, Phoenix, Arizona. Oral Presentation.
  2. Robakiewicz, E., Junginger, A., Bergner, A., Mingram, J., and Trauth, M. “Paleolimnological changes during the past 25,000 years of Lake Nakuru, Kenya” European Geophysical Union Anual Meeting, 10 April 2019, Vienna, Austra. Poster Presentation.
  3. Robakiewicz, E., Bergner, A., Mingram, J., Trauth, M., and Junginger, A. “Paleolimnological changes over 25,000 years at Lake Nakuru (Kenya) using Diatoms as a Proxy” International Diatom Symposium, 26 June 2018, Berlin, Germany. Poster Presentation.
  4. Robakiewicz, E. “Reconstructing Climate Using Pliocene Diatom Abundance,” Oberlin College Senior Symposium, 29 Apr. 2016, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH. Oral Presentation.
  5. Cullen, K., Robakiewicz, E., Snow Kaufman, Z. “Pliocene Paleoproductivity and Ice Dynamics in the Weddell Sea: ODP Sites 693-695,” GSA Symposium 2015, 3 Nov. 2015, Baltimore, Maryland. Group Poster Presentation.