PALEONTOLOGY

Published abstracts are listed, and downloadable reprints of these publications are available where indicated.
  1. Matthew Charles (2002) Characterization of an Isoetalean Lycopsid from the Mississippian of Alabama.
  2. Jonathan P. Allen (2003; HONORS) Sedimentology & Plant Taphonomy of the Trout Brook Formation, Middle Devonian, Maine [.pdf GSA SPECIAL PUBLICATION reprint available]
    • Allen, J.P., Gastaldo, R.A., and Nelson, R.E., 2001, Sedimentological Framework of the Trout Valley Formation, Middle Devonian, Maine: Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs, v. 33, no. 6, p. A-75.
    • Nelson, R.E., Gastaldo, R.A., Allen, J.P., Lindley, C.F., Terkla, M.G., and Trout, M.K., 2001, Early Middle Devonian Arthropod Remains from the Trout Valley Formation of North-Central Maine, USA.: Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs, v. 33, no. 6, p. A
    • Terkla, M.G., Allen, J.P. Nelson, R.E., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2002, Lower Middle Devonian Eurypterid Remains from the Trout Valley Formation of North-Central Maine: Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs, v. 34, no. 1, p. A-72.
    • Allen, J.P., Gastaldo, R.A., and Nelson, R.E., 2002, Wetland Plant Assemblages of the Trout Valley Formation, Middle Devonian, Maine: GSA Abstracts with Program, v. 34, No. 6, p. 18-19.
    • Allen, J.P., Lansdale, A.L., Bierwirth, M.S., Dushman, B.E., Kaferle, A.M., Nesbeda, R., Ossolinski, J.E., Selover, R.W., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2003, Sediment Characteristics of Messalonskee Lake, Belgrade Lakes Region, Central Maine: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 35, no. 3, p. 72.
    • Allen, J.P., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2004, A Sedimentologic And Plant Taphonomic Evaluation Of The Early Middle Devonian Trout Valley Formation, Maine: AAPG Annual Meeting 2004.
  3. Robert W. Selover (2004) A New Invertebrate Fossil Locality in the Trout Valley Formation of northern Maine [.pdf PALAIOS reprint available]
    • Selover, R.W., Nelson, R.E., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2002, Middle Devonian Estuarine Macrofauna from the Trout Valley Formation of North-central Maine: GSA Abstracts with Program, v. 34, No. 6, p. 257-258.
  4. Samuel S. Weeks (2006) Analysis and Interpretation of the Summit Point Member, an Accreted, Upper Triassic (Karnian-norian), Dachstein-type Reef, Martin Bridge and Scotch Creek Formations, Wallowa Terrane, Oregon.
    • Weeks, S.S., 2006, Analysis and Interpretation of a Triassic-aged Reef Complex, Wallowa Terrane, Northeastern Oregon: GSA Abstracts with Program, v. 38, n. 5, p. 21.
  5. Marcy W. Rolerson (2006) Katbergia gen. nov., Early Triassic Burrow Systems from the Katberg Sandstone, South Africa [.pdf PALAEONTOLOGY reprint available]
    • Gastaldo, R.A., and Rolerson, M.W., 2007, Implications for Paleoenvironmental Conditions at the P/tr Extinction Event Based on Trace Fossils from the Late Permian and Early Triassic of the Karoo Basin: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 39, no. 1, p. 38.
  6. Elizabeth Mollo-Christensen (2006) Potential Effects of Deep-Ocean Carbon Dioxide Sequestration on Foraminifera.
  7. Rachel G. Daly (2008, HONORS) The Effect on Stomatal Proxies as a Function of Geographical Position Relative to Growing Season Sunlight. [.pdf of PALAIOS reprint available]
    • Daly, R.G., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2007, The Effect on Stomatal Proxies as a Function of Geographical Position Relative to Growing Season Sunlight: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 39, p. 301.
  8. Bradford M, Cantor (2008; HONORS) Historical Records of Stomatal Indices for Quercus and Nyssa from the Southeastern U.S. [Honors Thesis download]
    • Cantor, B.M., Aigler, B.V., Pace, D.W., Reid, S.B., Thompson, C.Y., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2006, Intra- and Interspecific Variation in Stomatal Proxies for Quercus and Nyssa in the Subtropical Southeastern USA: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 38, no. 7, p.
    • Cantor, B.M., and Gastaldo, R.A., 2007, Historical Records of Stomatal Indices for Quercus and Nyssa from the Southeastern U.S.: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 39, p. 301.
  9. Rachel Guest (2009) Predatory-Prey Arms Race in Strombid Gastropods from the Late Neogene of Florida.
    • Guest, R.L., Herbst, G.S., Gastaldo, R.A., Harries, P., Oches,E., Portell, R., and Dietl, G., 2008, Can Predatory-Prey Arms Races Intensify during a Mass Extinction Event? Strombid Gastropods from Late Neogene of Florida: Geological Society Abstracts with Program, Abstract 144-22.