183 Leaving Traces—Making Marks I: In Honor of H. Allen Curran

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Monday, 6 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 351BE

Neil Tibert and Bosiljka Glumac
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:15 AM
Temperature and Salinity Tolerance of Modern and Holocene Acropora Cervicornis from Barbados and the Dominican Republic
Lisa Greer, Washington and Lee University; H. Allen Curran, Smith College; Carol B. de Wet, Franklin and Marshall College; Lida T. Teneva, Columbia University; Elizabeth Rhea, Washington and Lee University
8:30 AM
Bioerosion of the Pleistocene Key Largo Limestone In the Florida Keys
Michelle L. Mary, University of Utah; Allan A. Ekdale, University of Utah
8:45 AM
Coral Reef Ed-Ventures: An Environmental Education Program for Children in San Pedro, Belize
Susan Etheredge, Smith College; Paulette Peckol, Smith College; H. Allen Curran, Smith College
9:15 AM
Evolution of a Holocene Reef-Lagoon System: St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
Karla Parsons-Hubbard, Oberlin College; Ashley Burkett, Muskingum College; Sarah Chamlee, University of the South; Matthew Klinman, Haverford College; Caitlin Tems, Colorado College; Dennis Hubbard, Oberlin College
9:30 AM
The use of plant trace fossils to differentiate transgressive-phase from regressive-phase Quaternary eolian calcarenites, San Salvador Island, Bahamas
Andrew N. Birmingham, Mississippi State University; James L. Carew, College of Charleston; John E. Mylroie, Mississippi State University
9:45 AM
North Atlantic Climate Variability Over the Holocene: Preliminary Analysis of Bermuda Historical Weather Data and Stable Isotope Time Series from Bermuda Stalagmites
Steven E. Gaurin, University of Massachusetts; Stephen J. Burns, Univ of Massachusetts Amherst; Hai Cheng, Univ. of Minnesota; Lawrence Edwards, Univ of Minnesota
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
The first macroborings known from quartzite substrates: Trypanites in boulders from the Upper Cambrian Deadwood Formation, Black Hills of South Dakota
Mark A. Wilson, College of Wooster; Markes E. Johnson, Williams College; Jack A. Redden, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
10:30 AM
10:45 AM
New Insights into Autecology of the Ordovician Strophomenid Brachiopod Rafinesquina from Ichnology, Epibionts, and Biomechanics
Benjamin F. Dattilo, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne; David L. Meyer, Univ of Cincinnati; Keith Dewing, Geol Survey of Canada
11:15 AM
Enigmatic Trace Fossils and Depositional Setting of the Clifty Formation (Devonian), Northwest Arkansas
Stephen K. Boss, Univ of Arkansas; Joshua M. Blackstock, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
11:30 AM
Tracing the Meter- to Kilometer-Scale Carbonate Seafloor Topography Following the Alamo Impact Event, Late Devonian, Nevada
Julia Anderson, Minnesota Geological Survey; Leif Tapanila, Idaho State University
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