250 The Western Interior Seaway (Posters)

Poster Session
Topical Sessions


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Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, Exhibit Hall E

Dee Ann Cooper and Roger W. Cooper
Poster #184
A Cosmopolitan Osteichthyan Fauna from in and around the Debris Cones of Harvester Ant Nests: Fairpoint Member of the Fox Hills Formation (Maastrichtian), Meade County, South Dakota
Martin A. Becker, William Paterson University; John A. Chamberlain Jr, Brooklyn College; Albert J. Robb III, ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd; Dennis Terry Jr, Jr, Temple University; Matthew P. Garb, CUNY Graduate Center; Justin W. Linteris, William Paterson University
Poster #185
Late Albian-Early Cenomanian Flooding History: Southern U.S. Western Interior
Francisca E. Oboh-Ikuenobe, Missouri University of Science and Tehnology; John M. Holbrook, University of Texas at Arlington; Robert W. scott, Precision Stratigraphy Associates & The University of Tulsa; Michael J. Evetts; Don G. Benson Jr; Stavena L. Akins; Lisa M. Pratt, Indiana Univ
Poster #186
Proposal to Establish a Type-Section for the Allocrioceras hazzardi Zone Preliminary to Establishment of a Formal Taxon-Range Zone Defining the Uppermost Ernst Member, Boquillas Formation, Big Bend National Park, Trans-Pe
Dee Ann Cooper, University of Texas-Austin; Roger W. Cooper, Lamar University; James B. Stevens, Lamar Univ; Margaret S. Stevens, Lamar State colleges - Orange and Pt. Arthur
Poster #187
Structural Geology of the Late Cretaceous Boquillas Formation, Eastern Big Bend National Park (Solis to Persimmon Gap), Trans-Pecos Texas
Roger W. Cooper, Lamar University; Dee Ann Cooper, University of Texas-Austin; James B. Stevens, Lamar Univ; Margaret S. Stevens, Lamar State colleges - Orange and Pt. Arthur
Poster #188
Felsic Columns Enclosed within Mafic Sills: An Interesting Enigma in Big Bend National Park, Trans-Pecos Texas
J. Alex Maxwell, Lamar University; Mark L. Grzovic, APOLLO Environmental Strategies, Inc; Roger W. Cooper, Lamar University
Poster #189
Late Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian) Scaphitid Ammonites from the U.S. Western Interior
Neil H. Landman, American Museum of Natural History; William James Kennedy, Oxford; William A. Cobban; Neal L. Larson, Black Hills Museum of Natural History
Poster #190
Ostracod Evidence for a Berriasian to Valanginian Maximum Age of Some Nonmarine Formations In the U.S. Western Interior Foreland Basin—Early Cretaceous Hiatus Likely to Be Shorter Than Previously Reported
Benjamin Sames, Universität Wien; Michael E. Schudack, Fachrichtung Paläontologie; Richard L. Cifelli, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Poster #192
Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian Faunal Dynamics in the Western Interior Seaway
Joshua S. Slattery, University of South Florida; Peter J. Harries, University of South Florida
Poster #193
Poster #194
Ammonoid Paleobiogeography In the Cenomanian Western Interior Seaway
Margaret M. Yacobucci, Bowling Green State University; Richard A. MacKenzie III, University of Florida
Poster #195
Was the Western Interior Seaway Stratified?: Evidence from Late Campanian and Early Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) Shipworms
Peter J. Harries, University of South Florida; Scott A. Ishler, University of South Florida; Denise D. Palmer, Golder Associates Inc
Poster #196
The Link Between Hyperpycnal Flows and Growth Faults in Steeply Dipping Delta-Front Clinoforms
Eric L. Blankenship, University of Houston; Daniel Garza, University of Houston; Janok P. Bhattacharya, University of Houston; Michael Murphy, University of Houston; Yijie Zhu, University of Houston
Poster #197
Regional Tectonic Controls on Sedimentation during the Cenomanian-Turonian Time in the Western Interior Basin (WIB), Canada
Aditya Tyagi, University of Western Ontario; David W. Eaton, University of Calgary; Guy Plint, University of Western Ontario; David McNeil
Poster #198
Foraminiferal Communities from the Upper Cretaceous Coon Creek Formation of Tennessee
Melissa K. Lobegeier, Middle Tennessee State University; Clint N. Lusk, Middle Tennessee State University
Poster #199
Poster #200
Mid-Cretaceous Vertebrate Faunas of the Western Interior Sea of Northern North America
Stephen L. Cumbaa, Canadian Museum of Nature; Kenshu Shimada, DePaul Univ
Poster #202
Using Taphonomic Disparity to Understand Preservation Biases in the Western Interior Seaway: An Example from the Pierre Shale (Upper Cretaceous)
Kathy A. Hollis, University of Colorado; Kevin D. Webster, University of Colorado; Dena M. Smith, University of Colorado
Poster #203
Similarity in Fluvial-Channel Dimensions Between Blackhawk Fm (Grassy Member) and Lower Castlegate Ss, Eastern Book Cliffs, Utah
Andrew Petter, Jackson School of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin; Ronald Steel, University of Texas at Austin; David Mohrig, University of Texas
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