Publications & Presentations

PRI staff includes nine PhDs conducting research in such diverse fields as systematics, paleoecology, conservation, Earth science pedagogy, and the history of paleontology. In FY2012 (7/1/11 – 6/30/12), PRI staff, affiliated students, and research associates published a total of 18 peer-reviewed papers, 35 other papers or articles, and presented 56 papers and posters at professional meetings. Ironically, this level of activity exists despite the fact that no single PRI employee holds a paid research position within the Institution. From Warren Allmon, Director, to PRI support staff, research — and the science that it supports — pervades everything that we do.

PRI’s Research Associates Program dates back to the founding of the Institution. The program began soliciting new members in 2010, concurrent with the NSF-funded renovation of the research laboratories. Research associates are individuals with or without another institutional affiliation who regularly work in or with our collections, and/or collaborate with our staff researchers, and who use this affiliation on scientific publications, correspondence, curriculum vitae, scientifically oriented websites, and/or other academic materials. Research associate appointments add breadth to PRI’s scientific profile and formally acknowledge the value of these colleagues to collaborative efforts. RAs are nominated by staff members, and are voted in for three-year terms by the Science Committee of the PRI Board of Trustees. We currently have seven active RAs and are actively accepting applications.

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  • Alexander, R. R. and G. P. Dietl. 2003. The fossil record of shell-breaking predation on marine bivalves and gastropods. Pp. 141-176. In: Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record, Kelley, P.H., Kowalewski, M., and Hansen, T. A. (eds.). Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers. *** [book chapter] [#291]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Treasures of the Earth: Who built the PRI collections?. American Paleontologist, 19(3):10-17. [#304]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Why don't people think evolution is true? Implications for teaching, in and out of the classroom. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 4:648-665. DOI 10.1007/s12052-011-0371-0. *** [#305]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Governor Perry's misunderstanding. American Paleontologist, 19(3):1. [#303]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Globalization and trilobites. American Paleontologist, 12(4):1. [#154]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Symposium on speciation in mollusks at the 75th annual AMS Meeting. American Malacological Bulletin, 29(1): 143. [#307]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Evolution is more than "theory that's out there". The Ithaca Journal, August 27. [#306]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Googling Turritella, or the present and future value of the web for paleontological research. Paleontologia Electronica, 7.2.3. *** [#153]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. A compendium of species of turritelline gastropods, Cretaceous to Recent. Version 1.0. www.priweb.org/Research/Master%20List%20Species%20Database.xls. [#152]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Allmon's life spanned the South's transformation. The Greenville [SC] News, January 16. [#310]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. For science, race to the bottom. The Albany [NY] Times Union, January 27. [#309]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Evidence of evolution is all around us. The Ithaca Journal, Feb. 4. [#308]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. The importance of museum collections in paleobiology. Paleobiology, 31(1): 1-5. *** [#155]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Kapalmerella, a new name for the genus Palmerella Allmon, 1996 (Gastropoda, Turritellidae) preoccupied by Palmerella Cameron, 1908 (Insecta, Hymenoptera). Journal of Paleontology, 79 (6): 1234. *** [#158]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Darwin's monkey. American Paleontologist, 14(1):1. [#165]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Paleontological infrastructure. American Paleontologist, 13(4):1. [#163]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Don't know much about.... American Paleontologist, 14(2):1. [#166]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Evolution, creationism, and intelligent design: A natural history museum's experience. ASTC Dimensions (Association of Science and Technology Centers), March/April: 6-7. [#167]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. The pre-modern history of the post-modern dinosaur: phases and causes in post- Darwinian dinosaur art. Earth Sciences History, 25(1): 5-35. *** [#168]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Art and paleontology. American Paleontologist, 13(3):1. [#161]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Review of: "Autobiography of an artist", by Charles R. Knight. American Paleontologist, 13(3): 26-27. [#162]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Review of: "Cenozoic seas. The view from Eastern North America", by Edward J. Petuch. Palaios, 20(2): 208-209. [#157]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Frontiers of paleontology. Geotimes, 50(2): 7. [#156]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. Ammonoids, fossils, and humans. American Paleontologist, 13(2):1. [#160]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2005. A long estrangement ends. American Paleontologist, 13(1):1. [#159]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Central New York plays role in the birth of modern geology. Cayuga Lake Watershed Network News, Autumn, p. 6. [#151]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Raymond Van Houtte, 1924-2004. American Paleontologist, 12(3): 2. [#150]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2002. Review of: "Encyclopedia of paleontology", edited by R@@Singer. American Paleontologist, 10(2): 13-15. [#128]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2002. Invertebrates (in Review of year 2001 research in earth science). Geotimes, 47(7) :25 (extended version at www.geotimes.org. [#129]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2002. Review of: "The fate of the mammoth", by Claudine Cohen. Public Understanding of Science, 11(4): 393-394. [#132]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2002. Stephen J. Gould (1941-2002): A personal reflection on his life and work. Journal of Paleontology, 76(6): 937-939. [#131]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. Gould as teacher and mentor: A student's appreciation. Odyssey Magazine, 12(1): 32-33. [#133]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2002. Review of: "The fossil vertebrates of Florida", edited by R.C. Hulbert. Quarterly Review of Biology, 77(2): 194-195. [#127]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2001. Invertebrates (in Review of year 2000 research in earth science). Geotimes, 46(7): 33-34. [#125]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2000. Collections. In Fossils and the future. Paleontology in the 21stCentury. H.R. Lane, J. Lipps, F.F. Steininger, R.L. Kaesler, W. Ziegler, and J. Lipps, eds., Senckenberg-Buch Nr. 74, Frankfurt, pp. 203-214. [#115]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2010. Fossils and climate change. American Paleontologist, 18(1): 1. [#314]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2001. Nutrients, temperature, disturbance, and evolution: a model for the Late Cenozoic marine record of the Western Atlantic. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 166: 9-26. *** [#123]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2001. Text. In Rock of Ages, Sands of Time. Paintings by Barbara Page. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 1-3, 5, 27, 63, 81, 107, 145, 171, 195, 229, 269, 303. [#124]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. Boundaries, turnover, and the causes of evolutionary change: a perspective from the Cenozoic. In From Greenhouse to Icehouse. The marine Eocene-Oligocene transition. D.Prothero, L. Ivany, E. Nesbitt, eds., Columbia University Press, pp. 511-521. *** [#134]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. Invertebrates (in Review of year 2002 research in earth science). Geotimes, 48(7): 30-31 (extended version at www.geotimes.org. [#139]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. A modern mass extinction. American Paleontologist, 12(2): 1. [#145]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Invertebrates (in Review of year 2003 research in earth science). Geotimes, 49(7): 38-39. (extended version at www.geotimes.org). [#147]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. A leviathan of our own. The tragic and amazing story of North Atlantic right whale #2030. Special Publication No. 25, Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 69 p. [#149]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Paleontology in Antarctica. American Paleontologist, 12(3): 1. [#148]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. When and what is Earth Day?. American Paleontologist, 12(1): i. [#143]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Editor's preface. In Geology of Seneca County, New York, by John W. Wells. W.D. Allmon, ed., Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, pp. 3-4. [#144]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. Review of: "Drawing out leviathan. Dinosaurs and the science wars", by Keith M. Parsons, and "Paleoimagery. The evolution of dinosaurs in art", by Alan A. Debus and Diane E. Debus. American Paleontologist, 11(1): 14-15. [#137]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. Review of: "Henry Fairfield Osborn. Race and the search for the origins of man", by Brian Regal. American Paleontologist, 11(3):14-15. [#140]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2003. The Museum of the Earth: the new face of natural history. American Paleontologist, 11(4): 2-5. [#141]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2004. Opening a new natural history museum in twenty-first century America: A case study in historic perspective. In Natural History Institutions: Past, Present, and Future. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, vol. 55, Supplement 1, no. 11, A. Leviton, ed., pp. 245-266. *** [#142]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Introduction: Discussing evolution. In Darwin @ Cornell 2006. W.D. Allmon and L. Grace-Kobas, eds., Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 28, pp. 9-11. [#169]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. From the Director: Darwin, domestication,and evolution. American Paleontologist, 19(1): 1. [#227]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Everything is paleontology. American Paleontologist, 16(4):1. [#212]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Everything is paleontology. The Ithaca Journal, November 3. [#211]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Tertiary climate. In Encyclopedia of global warming and climate change. S.G. Philander, ed., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, Vol. 3, pp. 956-958. [#325]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. The natural (and not-so-natural) history of "Turritella agate". Rocks and Minerals, 84(2):160-165. [#198]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. The structure of Gould: History, happenstance, humanism, and the unity of his view of life. In Stephen Jay Gould: Reflections on his view of life. W.D.Allmon, P.H. Kelley, and R.M. Ross, eds., Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 3-68. *** [#208]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Mastodons in their backyards: The natural and not-so-natural history of three discoveries. American Paleontologist, 16(3): 23-29. [#206]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Mastodons, science, and education. American Paleontologist, 16(3):1. [#205]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Preface. In Darwin @ Cornell 2008. W.D. Allmon and P.R. Hoover, eds., Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 31, p. 5. [#191]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Tertiary Period. Encyclopedia Britannica. *** [#197]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Preface. In Evolutionary stasis and change in the Dominican Republic Neogene. Ross H. Nehm and Ann F. Budd, eds., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, pp. v-x. [#199]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Tertiary climate. In Encyclopedia of global warming and climate change. S.G. Philander, ed., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, Vol. 3, pp. 956-958. [#201]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Bibliography of Stephen Jay Gould. In Stephen Jay Gould: Reflections on his view of life. W.D.Allmon, P.H. Kelley, and R.M. Ross, eds., Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 335-379. [#210]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. The "God spectrum" and the uneven search for a consistent view of the natural world. In For the rock record: Geologists confront intelligent design. J.S. Schneiderman and W.D. Allmon, eds., University of California Press, Berkeley. *** [#214]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2010. From the Director: Biodiversity: the glory and the crisis. American Paleontologist, 18(3): 1. [#219]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Celebrating Darwin in difficult times. The Ithaca Journal, February 9. [#324]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2010. From the Director: Why glaciers matter. American Paleontologist, 18(4): 1. [#221]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2010. Joe Allmon (1921 - 2007): A biographical sketch in historical context. In The worth of the individual, the value of work, and the power of the mind. An unconventional southerner on business, race, religion, and self, by Joseph T. Allmon. W. D. Allmon, ed. XLibris, Bloomington, IN, pp. 15-42. [#311]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2010. Saluting Darwin, biodiversity. The Ithaca Journal, Feb. 8. [#313]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Afterword: What did Darwin do?. In S. A. Dean, Charles Darwin: After the Origin. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 34. Cornell University Library and The Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, pp. 135-140. [#323]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Evolution and creationism. A very short guide. Second edition. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 35, 128 p. [#322]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. The power (and peril) of paleontological images. Review of: "God or gorilla. Images of evolution in the Jazz Age" by Constance Areson Clark, "A history of paleontology illustration" by Jane P. Davidson, and "All in the Bones. A biography of Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins" by Valerie Bramwell and Robert M. Peck. American Paleontologist, 17(2): 20-21 (extended version at www.priweb.org). [#316]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Foreword. In Field guide to the Cayuga Lake region, by James Dake. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 36, p. 5. [#317]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Speciation and shifting baselines: Prospects for reciprocal illumination between evolutionary paleobiology and conservation biology. In G.P. Dietl and K.Flessa, eds., Conservation Paleobiology. Using the past to manage for the future. The Paleontological Society Papers, 15: 245-273. *** [#318]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2009. Darwin at 200. American Paleontologist, 17(1): 1. [#320]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Darwin and evolution still relevant every day. The Ithacan (Ithaca College), February 7, p. 1. [#188]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. "Easy" fossils. American Paleontologist, 16(1):1. [#189]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Evolution and creationism: a very short guide. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 27, 44 p. (Revised edition, 2006, 47 p.). [#327]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. The Paleontological Research Institution: The first 75 years. American Paleontologist, 14 (4): 14-19. [#172]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Evolution and creationism: a very short guide. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 27, 44 p. (Revised edition, 2006, 47 p.). [#164]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. The evolution of accuracy in natural history illustration: Reversal of printed illustrations of snails and crabs in pre-Linnaean works suggests indifference to morphological detail. Archives of Natural History, 34(1): 174-191. *** [#174]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Review of: "The measure of God: Our century-long struggle to reconcile science & religion", by Larry Witham, and "Before Darwin@@Reconciling God and nature", by K.S@@Thomson. Skeptic, 13(2): 72-73. [#176]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Data back evolution. The Ithaca Journal, February 8. [#173]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. The history of a place studying history before history. American Paleontologist, 14(4): 1. [#171]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. From the Director: Natural history, naturestudy, and paleontology. American Paleontologist, 19(2): 1. [#226]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Review of “Molluscan paleontology of the Chesapeake Miocene” by Edward J. Petuch and Mardie Drolshagen. Palaios (doi: 10.2110/palo.2011.BR64). [#225]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Natural history of turritelline gastropods (Cerithiodea: Turritellidae): a status report. Malacologia, 54(1-2): 159-202. *** [#224]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2006. Learning and living from coal. American Paleontologist, 14(3): 1. [#170]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2011. Widespread decline in abundance of turritelline gastropods: implications for marine biodiversity. Summer Symposium, Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY, August 5, 2011. [talk] [#558]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Cretaceous marine nutrients, greenhouse carbonates, and the abundance of turritelline gastropods. Journal of Geology, 115(5): 509-524. *** [#175]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. From the Crystal Palace to Jurassic Park: A brief history of dinosaur images. American Paleontologist, 15(4): 14-19, 37. [#185]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Why do kids (like us) love dinosaurs?. American Paleontologist,15(4): 1. [#184]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Book Review: Measuring the Deity. . [#218]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Letter on creationism. The New York Times Magazine, December 9. [#326]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2008. Introduction: Why Darwin still matters. In Darwin @ Cornell 2008. W.D. Allmon and P.R. Hoover, eds., Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 31, pp. 7-10. [#190]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Letter on creationism. The New York Times Magazine, December 9. [#183]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Changes geological, climatic, political. American Paleontologist,15(2): 1. [#182]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. The first 75 years. A history of the Paleontological Research Institution. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 29, 135 p. [#177]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Henry Fairfield Osborn, eugenics, and paleontology. In Darwin @ Cornell 2007. W.D. Allmon and L. Grace-Kobas, eds., Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 30, pp. 91-104. [#178]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Introduction: Evolution and human nature. In Darwin @ Cornell 2007. W.D. Allmon and L. Grace-Kobas, eds., Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 30, pp. 7-9. [#179]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2007. Much evidence for evolution. The Ithaca Journal, March 15. [#180]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1999. Perceiving change with continuity: morphologic patterns in the fossil record using an analogy. In D. Springer and J. Scotchmoor, eds., Evolution: Investigating the evidence. The Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 9, pp. 147-154. [#113]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2001. Preservation in benthic marine communities. In Palaeobiology II. D.E.G. Briggs and P.R. Crowther, eds., Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp. 303-307. *** [#122]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Historical science just as valid as natural science. Oracle (University of South Florida), February 9. [#37]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Why are there so many species of snails?. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4(8): 6-7. [#35]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. A plot study of forest floor litter frogs, Central Amazon, Brazil. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 7:503-522. *** [#40]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Keeping an open mind. St. Petersburg (FL) Times, 23 June. [#42]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. The Florida Peninsula. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(2):6-8. [#44]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Who cares what a nautilus is?. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4(9): 4-5. [#36]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2013. Invasive species show evolution in action today. The Ithaca Journal, February 8. [paper] [#553]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. What are ostracodes for?. Earth Science, 43(3):38. [#30]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. The good old days. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4(1):4-6. [#31]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Clams aren't snails. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4(6): 4-5. [#33]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. How good is the fossil record?. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4 (2): 4-5. [#32]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. What, why, and how is a species?. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 4(7): 4-5. [#34]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Sharks. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(1):6-7. [#43]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Causes of evolution, in Florida and elsewhere. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(3):6-7. [#45]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. A causal analysis of stages in allopatric speciation. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology, 8:219-257. *** [#54]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Role of nutrients and temperature in extinction of turritelline gastropods in the northwestern Atlantic and northeastern Pacific. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 92:41-54. *** [#53]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. A creationist official isn't qualified to manage our natural resources. Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, Oct. 2. [#56]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Whence South Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds? (and why does it matter?). American Conchologist, 20(4):6-8. [#57]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Review of: "The miner's canary", by N. Eldredge and "On Methuselah's trail", by P.D.Ward. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 7(7):245-246. [#58]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1999. Patterns of change in fossil invertebrates. In D. Springer and J. Scotchmoor, eds., Evolution: Investigating the evidence. The Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 9, pp. 187-202. [#114]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Genera in paleontology. Definition and significance. Historical Biology, 6:149-158. *** [#51]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. The Florida Panther, evolution, and us. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(5):3-4. [#47]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Trees. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(4): 5-6. [#46]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Spanish moss, manatees, Darwin, and Einstein. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(6):5-6, 5(7):3-4. [#48]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1991. Why Janey and Johnny don't understand evolution. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 5(8):4-5, 5(9):4-5. [#49]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Universities can do more to help serve our country. St. Petersburg (FL) Times, Sept. 23. [#28]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. What are we doing to evolution?. World and I Magazine, December, pp. 337-343. [#29]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Paleontological completeness of the record of lower Tertiary mollusks, U.S. Gulf and Atlantic coastal plains: implications for phylogenetic studies. Historical Biology, 3(2): 141-158. *** [#8]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1988. Review of: "Neutral models in biology", A.Hoffman and M.Nitecki, eds. Cladistics, 4:403-405. [#7]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Review of: "Ecology -- Potentials and limitations", by T.Fenchel. Palaios, 4: 198-199. [#9]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. An invertebrate paleontologist in Florida. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(1):6. [#11]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Review of: "Arguments on evolution. A paleontologist's perspective", by A.Hoffman. Historical Biology, 3(2): 160-165. [#10]
  • Allmon, W. D.. [in press]. Species, speciation, and paleontology up to the Modern Synthesis: Persistent themes and unanswered questions. Palaeontology. *** [paper] [#557]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1988. Ecology of living turritelline gastropods (Prosobranchia, Turritellidae): current knowledge and paleontological implications. Palaios, 3:259-284. *** [#6]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1985. Why study evolution?. Dartmouth Alumni Magazine 77(6):3. [#229]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1981. Creationism based on faith. Greenville (SC) News-Piedmont, September 6. [#1]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1986. Response to Norman D. Levine. Bioscience, 36(8):526. [#230]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1986. Creationism ought to be taught in religion class. Greenville (SC) News, January 30. [#4]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1987. Mass extinctions past and present. Journal of Geological Education, 35:19. *** [#5]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Fossils and evolution. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(3):4-5. [#13]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. What do paleontologists do?. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(2): 4-5. [#12]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Review of: "Speciation and its consequences", D.Otte and J.A.Endler, eds. Historical Biology, 4:143-149. [#24]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Whence South Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds? In Plio-Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of South Florida. Southeastern Geological Society Fieldtrip Guidebook. W.D.Allmon and T.M.Scott, eds., n.p. [#23]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. What does it all mean? The individual in Darwin's world. Earth Science, 43(1): 38. [#25]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Teaching, research two sides of the university coin. St. Petersburg (FL) Times, May 24. [#27]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. Fossils, sediments and shells. Earth Science, 43(2):38. [#26]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1990. A review of the Bullia group (Neogastropoda: Nassariidae), with comments on its evolution, biogeography and phylogeny. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 99(335), 179 p. *** [#19]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Death and the individual in Darwin's world. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(9):4-5. [#18]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Fossils and evolution, again. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(4):2-3. [#14]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Invisible evolution. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(6):4-5, 3 (7):4-5. [#16]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. Why study evolution?. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3(5):8-9. [#15]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1989. What is the geological time scale?. Tampa Bay Fossil Enquirer (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 3 (8): 4-5. [#17]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. What, if anything, should evolutionary paleoecology be?. Palaios, 7:557-558. [#59]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Letter was inaccurate. Greenville (SC) Piedmont, October. [#52]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1994. Patterns and processes of heterochrony in lower Tertiary turritelline gastropods, U.S.Gulf and Atlantic coastal plains. Journal ofPaleontology, 68(1): 80-95. *** [#85]
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  • Allmon, W. D.. 1996. Evolution and systematics of Cenozoic American Turritellidae (Gastropoda). I. Paleocene and Eocene species related to "Turritella mortoni Conrad" and "Turritella humerosa Conrad" from the U.S.Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains. Palaeontographica Americana, 59, 134 p. *** [#102]
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  • Allmon, W. D.. 1995. Introduction [to volume on "Biostratigraphy and Evolution in the Coastal Plain"]. Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, 27:vii. [#97]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 2012. Goodbye American Paleontologist. American Paleontologist, 19(4):1. [#300]
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  • Allmon, W. D.. 1994. Taxic evolutionary paleoecology and the ecological context of macroevolutionary change. Evolutionary Ecology, 8:95-112. *** [#84]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. The phenakistascope. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club), 6(6):6-8. [#80]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1997. Round Rocks. Teaching Earth science as a process of discovery. Teachers' guide and companion to the video. Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 50 pp. [#106]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. Age, environment and mode of deposition of the densely fossiliferous Pinecrest Sand (Pliocene of Florida): implications for the role of biological productivity in shell bed formation. Palaios, 8:183-201. *** [#67]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. Do southern Florida's Plio-Pleistocene shell beds have large-scale paleobiological significance? In The Neogene of Florida and adjacent regions. Proceedings of the Third Bald Head Island Conference on Coastal Plains Geology. Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 37, V.A.Zullo, W.B.Harris, T.M.Scott, and R.W.Portell, eds., pp. 67-72. [#69]
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  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. What's wrong with this picture?. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(11):4-5. [#62]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Leatherback turtles. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(13): 4-6. [#64]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. Review of: "The new catastrophism. The importance of the rare event in geological history", by D.Ager. Science, 262:122-123. [#70]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1992. Stone walls and mass extinction. Tampa Bay Fossil Chronicles (Tampa Bay Fossil Club). 5(14):5-7. [#65]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. Review of: "Eocene-Oligocene climatic and biotic evolution", D.R.Prothero and W.A.Berggren, eds. American Paleontologist, 1(2):7-8. [#71]
  • Allmon, W. D.. 1993. The Dickey Flatt Test. The Washington Post, May 1. [#77]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and D. J. Bottjer. 2001. Evolutionary paleoecology: the maturation of a discipline. InThe ecological context of macroevolutionary change. W.D. Allmon and D.J. Bottjer, eds., Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 1-8. [#120]
  • Allmon, W. D. and D. T. Dockery. 1992. A turritelline gastropod-dominated bed in the Byram Formation (Oligocene) of Mississippi. Mississippi Geology, 13(2):29-35. *** [#55]
  • Allmon, W. D. and J. L. Knight. 1993. Paleoecological significance of a turritelline gastropod-dominated layer in the Cretaceous of South Carolina. Journal of Paleontology, 67:355-360. *** [#72]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and L. C. Ivany. 2008. Testing for causal relationships between environmental and evolutionary change in the marine Paleogene of the US Gulf Coastal Plain: The nature of the problem. Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 58: 25-45. [#204]
  • Allmon, W. D. and M. Lane. 2000. Orphaned and endangered collections in invertebrate paleontology: a call for a national solution. In Guidelines for the management and curation of invertebrate fossil collections. R.D. White and W.D. Allmon, eds., Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 10, pp. 43-50. [#118]
  • Allmon, W. D. and N. Grossman. 2010. Follow the trail's growth. The Ithaca Journal, May 22. [#312]
  • Allmon, W. D. and P. A. Cohen. 2008. Paleoecological significance of turritelline gastropod-dominated limestones from the mid-Cretaceous of Texas and Oklahoma. Cretaceous Research, 29: 65-77. *** [#186]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and P. L. Nester. 2008. Mastodon paleobiology, taphonomy, and paleoenvironment in the Late Pleistocene of New York State: Studies on the Hyde Park, Chemung, and North Java sites. W. D. Allmon and P. Nester, eds.. Palaeontographica Americana, 61.. [#217]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and R. M. Ross. 1998. Ithaca is gorges. A guide to the geology of the Ithaca area. Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 18 pp. (Fourth edition, 2007, 28 pp.. [#111]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and R. M. Ross. 2001. Nutrients and evolution in the marine realm. In Evolutionary paleoecology. The ecological context of macroevolutionary change. W.D. Allmon and D.J. Bottjer, eds., Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 105-148. *** [#121]
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  • Allmon, W. D. and R. M. Ross. 1990. Specifying causal factors in evolution: the paleontological contribution. In Causes of evolution. A paleontological perspective. R.M.Ross and W.D.Allmon, editors. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 1-17. *** [#22]
  • Allmon, W. D. and R. M. Ross. 2000. An art exhibit on dinosaurs and the nature of science. Journal of Geoscience Education, 48: 296-299,357-358. *** [#119]
  • Allmon, W. D. and T. Poulton. 2000. The value of fossil collections. In Guidelines for the management and curation of invertebrate fossil collections. R.D. White and W.D. Allmon, eds., Paleontological Society Special Publications, vol. 10, pp. 5-24. [#117]
  • Allmon, W. D. and U. E. Smith. 2009. Darwin and paleontology. American Paleontologist, 17(1): 23-25. (extended version at www.priweb.org). [#321]
  • Allmon, W. D. and U. E. Smith. 2011. What, if anything, can we learn from the fossil record about speciation in marine gastropods? Biological and geological considerations. American Malacological Bulletin, 29: 247-276. *** [#222]
  • Allmon, W. D. and W. B. Harris. 2008. A new species of turritelline gastropod from a turritelline-dominated limestone in the Paleocene of North Carolina. Journal of Paleontology, 82(2): 442-446. *** [#187]
  • Allmon, W. D., D. S. Jones and N. Vaughan. 1992. Observations on the biology of Turritella gonostoma Valenciennes (Prosobranchia, Turritellidae) from the Gulf of California. The Veliger, 35(1):52-63. *** [#50]
  • Allmon, W. D., D. S. Jones, R. L. Aiello, K. Gowlett-Holmes and P. K. Probert. 1994. Observations on the biology of Maoricolpus roseus (Quoy and Gaimard) (Prosobranchia: Turritellidae) in New Zealand and Australia. The Veliger, 37(3): 267-279. *** [#86]
  • Allmon, W. D., G. Rosenberg, R. Portell and K. Schindler. 1996. Diversity of Pliocene- Recent mollusks in the Western Atlantic: extinction, origination and environmental change. In Evolution and environment in tropical America. J.B.C.Jackson, A.G.Coates and A.F.Budd, eds.. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 271-302. *** [#101]
  • Allmon, W. D., G. Rosenberg, R. W. Portell and K. S. Schindler. 1993. Diversity of Atlantic coastal plain mollusks since the Pliocene. Science, 260:1626-1628. *** [#74]
  • Allmon, W. D., J. C. Nieh and R. D. Norris. 1990. Drilling and peeling of turritelline gastropods since the Late Cretaceous. Palaeontology, 33(3):595-611. *** [#20]
  • Allmon, W. D., M. P. Spizuco and D. S. Jones. 1995. Taphonomy and paleoenvironment of two turritellid-gastropod-rich beds, Pliocene of Florida. Lethaia, 28(1): 75-84. *** [#94]
  • Allmon, W. D., P. H. Kelley and R. M. Ross. 2009. Editors' preface. In Stephen Jay Gould: Reflections on his view of life. W.D. Allmon, P.H. Kelley, and R.M. Ross, eds., Oxford University Press, New York, pp. vii-x. [#207]
  • Allmon, W. D., P. J. Morris and L. C. Ivany. 2009. A tree grows in Queens: Stephen Jay Gould and ecology. In Stephen Jay Gould: Reflections on his view of life. W.D. Allmon, P.H. Kelley, and R.M. Ross, eds., Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 147-170. *** [#209]
  • Allmon, W. D., P. J. Morris and M. L. McKinney. 1998. An intermediate disturbance hypothesis of maximal speciation. In Biodiversity dynamics. Turnover of populations, taxa, and communities. M.L.McKinney and J.A. Drake, eds., Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 349-376. *** [#110]
  • Allmon, W. D., P. L. Nester and J. J. Chiment. 2008. Introduction: New York State as a locus classicus for the American mastodon. In Mastodon paleobiology, taphonomy, and paleoenvironment in the Late Pleistocene of New York State: Studies on the Hyde Park, Chemung, and North Java sites. W. D. Allmon and P. Nester, eds., Palaeontographica Americana, 61:5-12. [#192]
  • Allmon, W. D., P. R. Pankiewicz and S. C. Good. 1994. The Paleontological Research Institution at Ithaca, New York. Discovering the Earth's past on the Finger Lakes. Journal of College Science Teaching, 24(2): 137-139. [#92]
  • Allmon, W. D., R. A. Kissel, R. M. Ross, S. Sands and T. Smrecak. 2009. Teaching evolution in America: A status report on Darwin's 200th birthday. American Paleontologist, 17(1): 43-45. (extended version at www.priweb.org). [#232]
  • Allmon, W. D., R. M. Ross, R. A. Kissel and D. C. Kendrick. 2012. Using museums to teach undergraduate paleontology and evolution. In: Teaching Paleontology in the 21st century, Yacobucci, M.M. and Lockwood R. (eds.), The Paleontological Society, Special Publications, 12: 231-246. *** [paper] [#346]
  • Allmon, W. D., S. D. Emslie, D. S. Jones and G. S. Morgan. 1996. Late Neogene paleoceanographic change along Florida's west coast: evidence and mechanisms. Journal of Geology, 104:143-162. *** [#99]
  • Allmon, W. D., T. Smrecak and R. M. Ross. 2010. Climate change. Past, present, and future. A very short guide. Paleontological Research Institution Special Publication No. 38, 200 p. [#315]
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  • Anderson, L. C., D. H. Geary, R. H. Nehm and W. D. Allmon. 1991. Stereotyped behavior but unpredictable prey-preferences in naticid gastropod predation upon Varicorbula caloosae and Chione cancellata, Plio- Pleistocene of Florida, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 85: 29-46. *** [#39]
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  • Auer Perry, S., C. Besemer Whitaker, D. Duggan-Haas, R. A. Kissel and R. M. Ross. 2011. Falls & Fossils: A Model Virtual Field Experience Focusing on Taughannock Falls State Park, NY. The Geological Society of America Joint Northeastern/North-Central Meeting, Abstracts with Programs: 157. [abstract] [#451]
  • Auer, S., C. Besemer, D. Duggan-Haas, R. A. Kissel and R. M. Ross. 2009. Virtual Fieldwork Experiences: Bringing Inquiry-Based Exploration Of Earth Systems Into The Classroom. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs: 208. [abstract] [#454]
  • Batman, J.. 2013. Tackling the mystery behind the dodo and the solitaire [book review of The Dodo and the Solitaire: A Natural History, by Jolyon C. Parish]. Evolution: This View of Life online magazine, posted February 26. [online]. [paper] [#495]
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  • Bieler, R. and R. E. Petit. 2011. Catalogue of Recent and fossil “worm-snail” taxa of the families Vermetidae, Siliquariidae, and Turritellidae (Mollusca: Caenogastropoda). Zootaxa, 2948: 1-103. *** [paper] [#560]
  • Bieler, R. and R. E. Petit. 2012. Molluscan taxa in the publications of the Museum Godeffroy of Hamburg, with a discussion of the Godeffroy Sales Catalogs (1864-1884), the Journal des Museum Godeffroy (1873-1910), and a history of the Museum. Zootaxa, 3511: 1-80. *** [paper] [#383]
  • Bieler, R., G. Giribet and P. M. Mikkelsen. 2009. BivAToL - a New Initiative for Bivalve Phylogeny. American Malacological Society annual meeting, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 20 July 2009. [poster] [#549]
  • Bieler, R., G. Giribet, P. M. Mikkelsen and collaborators. 2010. The Bivalve Assembling-the-Tree-of-Life Project (BivAToL). World Congress of Malacology, Phuket, Thailand, 22 July 2010. [talk] [#544]
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  • Bloch, L., J. Peacock, W. Allmon, B. Crawford, M. U. Smith and C. Allen. 2012. How can science educators improve science education in America and the world?. National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Annual International Conference. March 25 – March 28, 2012. Indianapolis, IN, 25 p.. [#507]
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  • Branch, G., W. E. Meikle, W. D. Allmon, J. Diamond and M. Weiss. 2012. Overcoming obstacles to evolution education: taking students to the museum: interview with Warren D. Allmon, Judy Diamond, and Martin Weiss. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 5(1): 123-127, doi:10.1007/s12052-012-0408-z. . [paper] [#562]
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  • Kelley, P. H. and G. P. Dietl. 2012. Spatial variation in drilling predation within a biogeographic transition in the Pleistocene lower Waccamaw Formation of the Carolinas. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 368 [online]. [talk] [#483]
  • Kelley, P. H. and G. P. Dietl. 2012. The "Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Biodiversity Conservation" program: Training the first generation of conservation paleobiologists. Geol. Soc. America Abstr. Prog. 44(4):76. [abstract] [#492]
  • Kelley, P. H., C. K. Albritton, J. P. Kerr, C. A. Korpanty, A. M. Tedick, N. E. Umling and G. P. Dietl. 2013. Diversity and ecological structure of the Canepatch Formation, Upper Pleistocene, Horry County, South Carolina. The Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, 62nd Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 20-21 March, Abstracts with Programs, 45(2): 30-15 [online]. [poster] [#479]
  • Kelley, P. H., D. S. Friend, C. C. Visaggi and T. A. Hansen. 2011. Laboratory observations of different predation tactics between naticid gastropods are smothered by tests of the fossil record. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011, Abstracts with Programs, 43: 377. [talk] [#597]
  • Kelley, P. H., G. P. Dietl and L. W. Ward. 2011. Plio-Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of southeastern North Carolina. In: Taylor, K. B., and J. C. Reid (eds.), Field Trip Guidebook — 60th Annual Meeting, Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America, Wilmington, North Carolina, March 2011. [#256]
  • Kelley, P. H., K. E. Hattori, J. A. Sime, S. D. Stanford, K. E. Stokes, C. R. Torres and G. P. Dietl. 2013. Analyses of taphonomic bias in the Canepatch Formation, Upper Pleistocene, Horry County, South Carolina. The Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, 62nd Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 20-21 March, Abstracts with Programs, 45(2): 30-16 [online]. [poster] [#478]
  • Kelley, P. H., S. D. Stanford, I. D. Ervin, D. H. Ferreira, N. E. Umling, A. M. Zappula, K. A. Badyrka and G. P. Dietl. 2011. Molluscan diversity patterns in the lower and upper Waccamaw Formation (Pleistocene) of southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carollina. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5): 261. [talk] [#598]
  • Kelley, P. H., S. D. Stanford, K. A. Allen, D. L. Bennink, V. L. Hilliard, I. P. Johnston, A. R. Kilburn, A. R. Willis, K. A. Badyrka and G. P. Dietl. 2011. Effect of Pleistocene extinctions on paleoecology of lower and upper Waccamaw Formation molluscan assemblages in southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5): 260. [talk] [#599]
  • Kelley, P., K. E. Hattori, N. O. Moore, S. L. Simpson, A. M. Zappulla, K. Ottens, G. P. Dietl and C. C. Visaggi. 2012. Validation of taxon-specific sampling for studying drilling predation on fossil bivalves. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 269 [online]. [poster] [#486]
  • Kelly, E. and R. Kissel. 2008. Evolving Planet: Four Billion Years of Life on Earth. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York. [#255]
  • Ketcher, K. and W. D. Allmon. 1993. Environment and mode of deposition of a Pliocene coral bed: coral thickets and storms in the fossil record. Palaios, 8:3-17. *** [#68]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2005. Online: NOVA scienceNOW - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/nature/kissel-t-rex.html. . [scientific consulting] [#475]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2012. Dinosaurs! [e-book]. Tipitap, Inc. [#241]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. From ring finger to wing finger. American Paleontologist, 18:2. [paper] [#426]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. What big teeth you have. American Paleontologist, 18:1. [paper] [#427]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. From Meat to Beet: Earth’s First Herbivores and the Evolution of the Modern World. Natural History at Noon; Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY (February 20, 2010). [talk] [#445]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2005. Game: Old Dinosaur. 2005. Birdcage Press, Palo Alto. . . [scientific consulting] [#473]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2012. Online: National Fossil Day (FAQs): http://nature.nps.gov/geology/nationalfossilday/faq.cfm . . [scientific consulting] [#474]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. Climate Change through Time. Climate Change and its Impact on the Environment; Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY (March 25, 2010). [talk] [#446]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. Two plus time is four. American Paleontologist, 19:3. [paper] [#425]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. Quills for thrills. American Paleontologist, 19:4. [paper] [#424]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2007. Scientific Literacy & Teaching Evolution. Center for Inquiry, University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, IL (September 9, 2007). [talk] [#442]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2008. Dining in the garden of Eden. American Paleontologist, 16:4. [paper] [#432]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2008. The egg, the chicken, and the 300 million years in between. American Paleontologist, 16:2. [paper] [#434]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2008. What's new, pussycat?. American Paleontologist, 16:3. [paper] [#433]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2007. Mastodon Camp. In the Field, The Field Museum’s Member Publication, Winter 2007/2008. [paper] [#435]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2007. The sauropod chronicles. Natural History, 116:3. [#250]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. From Raptors to Rex: the Meat-eating Dinosaurs. TACNY Junior Café Scientifique; Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology, Syracuse, NY (November 19, 2011). [talk] [#448]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. Cretaceous Crimes & Paper Bones: Teaching the Nature of (Earth) Science. The Geological Society of America Joint Northeastern/North-Central Meeting, Abstracts with Programs: 55. [abstract] [#452]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2006. Dining in the Garden of Eden: Diadectids and the Evolution of the Modern Ecosystem. Evolving Science Lecture; The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL (May 13, 2006). [talk] [#440]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2006. Dinosaurs!. Dinosaurs Works; Wonder Works, Oak Park, IL (July 8, 2006). [talk] [#441]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Animations: http://patbradley.net/Pat_Bradley_animation_and_illustration/Prehistoric_Lake_County.html . . [scientific consulting] [#472]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Book: Cunningham, S.C. 2009. Dinosaur Name Poems (Poemas de Nombres de Dinosaurios). Three Conditions Press, Baltimore. . [scientific consulting] [#471]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Cartoon-A-Saurus. Light in Winter Festival; Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY (January 25, 2009). [talk] [#444]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. Book Review: Froggy dearest. American Paleontologist, 18(3): 28-29. [#251]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. The Nature of Science: Devonian delivered. American Paleontologist, 18(4): 26-27. [#249]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2010. The Nature of Science: Creating (pre)history. American Paleontologist, 18(3): 23-24. [#252]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Man making man. American Paleontologist, 17:1. [paper] [#431]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. A sail of a tale. American Paleontologist, 17:4. [paper] [#428]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Exhibition: Prehistoric Lake County - Lake County Discovery Museum (March 28 - August 30, 2009) . . [scientific consulting] [#470]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. The science of hyperbole. American Paleontologist, 17:3. [#245]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Volcanoes, death, and the dawn of the dinosaurs. American Paleontologist, 17:2. [paper] [#430]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2009. Dogs get their day. American Paleontologist, 17:3. [paper] [#429]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. This Dynamic Earth. Earth Day Speaker; Wells College, Aurora, NY (April 19, 2011). [talk] [#447]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2008. The Chicken, the Egg, and the 300 Million Years in Between. Natural History at Noon; Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY (July 5, 2008). [talk] [#443]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. Book Review: Phylogeny, form, & function — oh my!. American Paleontologist, 19(2): 28-29. [#248]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. The Nature of Science: A knight, his king, and the grass beneath their feet. American Paleontologist, 19(1): 26-27. [#246]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. Book Review: Coloring carnosaurs. American Paleontologist, 19(1): 29-30. [#247]
  • Kissel, R. A.. 2011. The Nature of Science: The evolving dinosaur. American Paleontologist, 19(2): 26-28. [#244]
  • Kissel, R. A. and R. R. Reisz. 2003. Remains of a small diadectid (Tetrapoda: Diadectomorpha) from the Dunkard Group of Ohio, with consideration of diadectomorph phylogeny. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 23 (Supplement to Number 3): 67A. [abstract] [#461]
  • Kissel, R. A. and R. R. Reisz. 2011. From meat to beet: phylogeny and evolution of Diadectomorpha (Tetrapoda: Cotylosauria). The Geological Society of America Joint Northeastern/North-Central Meeting, Abstracts with Programs: 98. [abstract] [#459]
  • Kissel, R. A. and R. R. Reisz. 2004. Synapsid fauna of the Upper Pennsylvanian Rock Lake Shale near Garnett, Kansas and the diversity patterns of early amniotes. Pages 407-426. in: G. Arratia, R. Cloutier, and M. V. H. Wilson (eds.), Recent Advances in the Origin and Early Radiation of Vertebrates. *** [#253]
  • Kissel, R. A. and R. R. Reisz. 2004. Ambedus pusillus, new genus, new species, a small diadectid (Tetrapoda: Diadectomorpha) from the Lower Permian of Ohio, with a consideration of diadectomorph phylogeny. Annals of Carnegie Museum, 73:197-212. *** [#254]
  • Kissel, R. A. and R. Waite. 2011. Fossil Focus: Plateosaurus. American Paleontologist, 19(3): 32. [paper] [#436]
  • Kissel, R. A. and T. M. Lehman. 2000. A new Upper Pennsylvanian tetrapod locality from the Ada Formation of Oklahoma. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 20 (Supplement to Number 3): 52A. [abstract] [#469]
  • Kissel, R. A. and T. M. Lehman. 2002. Upper Pennsylvanian tetrapods from the Ada Formation of Seminole County, Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology, 76(3):529-545. *** [paper] [#439]
  • Kissel, R. A., C. Besemer, D. Duggan-Haas, S. Perry and R. M. Ross. 2010. Bringing the Outside In: An Effective Model for Professional Development within the Earth System Sciences. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs: 230. [abstract] [#453]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. Duggan-Haas and R. M. Ross. 2012. The Real Earth Inquiry Project: Introducing inquiry-driven field exploration to students across the nation. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 217-2. [online]. [talk] [#373]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. Duggan-Haas and R. M. Ross. 2013. The ReaL Earth Inquiry Project: Introducing inquiry-driven field exploration to students across the nation. In the Trenches 3(1): 6-8. [paper] [#344]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. Duggan-Haas and R. M. Ross. 2011. Pebbles to pixels: virtual field experiences and the professional development that builds them. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011. [abstract] [#449]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. S. Berman, A. C. Henrici, R. R. Reisz, S. S. Sumida and T. Martens. 2002. A new diadectid (Tetrapoda: Diadectomorpha) from the Lower Permian of Germany. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22 (Supplement to Number 3): 74A. [abstract] [#465]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. W. Dilkes and R. R. Reisz. 2001. A new captorhinid from the Lower Permian of Oklahoma, with comments on the homology of the astragalus of Captorhinus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21 (Supplement to Number 3): 68A. [abstract] [#468]
  • Kissel, R. A., D. W. Dilkes and R. R. Reisz. 2002. Captorhinus magnus, a new captorhinid (Amniota: Eureptilia) from the Lower Permian of Oklahoma, with new evidence on the homology of the astragalus. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 39:1363-1372. *** [paper] [#438]
  • Kissel, R. A., R. R. Reisz and D. S. Berman. 2005. Revisiting the taxonomy of Diadectidae (Cotylosauria: Diadectomorpha): a phylogenetic approach. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25 (Supplement to Number 3): 78A. [abstract] [#460]
  • Kissel, R.A.. 2010. Cecil's Colossal Journey Through Time! Coloring & Activity Book. Paleontological Research Institution, Special Publication No. 39. [book] [#423]
  • Klau, J.. 2012. When opportunity calls, the message isn’t always clear. Evolution: This View of Life online magazine, posted October 1. [online]. [paper] [#503]
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  • Korpanty, C. A., C. C. Visaggi, B. A. Parnell, P. H. Kelley and G. P. Dietl. 2012. Fidelity of molluscan life and death assemblages: a four-year study to assess the impact of anthropogenic pressures on a North Carolina tidal flat. Geol. Soc. America Abstr. Prog. 44(4):16. [abstract] [#493]
  • Korpanty, C. A., J. P. Kerr, S. D. Stanford, A. M. Tedick, P. H. Kelley and G. P. Dietl. 2013. Fidelity of molluscan life and death assemblages: a five-year study to assess the impact of anthropogenic pressures on a North Carolina tidal flat. The Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, 62nd Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 20-21 March, Abstracts with Programs, 45(2): 30-6 [online]. [poster] [#480]
  • Kosloski, M. E.. 2011. Recognizing biotic breakage of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria caused by the stone crab, Menippe mercenaria: An experimental taphonomic approach. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 396: 115-121. *** [#281]
  • Kosloski, M. E.. 2009. Distinguishing biotic vs. abiotic breakage of the quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria, by the stone crab, Menippe mercenaria: An experimental taphonomic Approach. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts. Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions No. 3, Cincinnati, OH, p.222. [#279]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and D. J. Over. 2005. Large channel feature in Wiscoy Sandstone: Indication of sea level drop in the Upper Devonian of western New York. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 37(7): 140. [#274]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and G. P. Dietl. 2007. Fossils, coevolution, and conservation: Using the past to evaluate the influence of human activities on the evolution of a predator-prey interaction. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 39(6): 169. [#276]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and G. P. Dietl. 2007. Human influences on a coevolutionary arms race between predator and prey: Preliminary results. Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, Abstracts w/Program, 39(2): 94. [#275]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and G. P. Dietl. [unknown]. Adaptive significance of a morphological cline within the predatory whelk, Busycon carica: what, if anything, do differences in morphology mean?. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 41(7): 265. [#278]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and G. P. Dietl. 2011. The use of modern death assemblages to test the geographic mosaic theory of coevolution. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 43(5): 504. [#280]
  • Kosloski, M. E. and G. P. Dietl. 2008. Are museum collections adequate to test the escalation hypothesis? : A preliminary case study using the Plio-Pleistocene Strombus alatus species complex from Florida. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 40(6): 373. [#277]
  • Kosloski, M. E., G. P. Dietl and W. D. Allmon. 2010. The predictive power of morphology: Can we use modern experimental studies to infer past ecology?. Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/Program, 42(5): 322. [#220]
  • Kosloski, M. and G. Dietl. 2012. Quantifying adaptive costs: stable isotope geochemistry and predatory morphologies in busyconine whelks. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 367 [online]. [talk] [#488]
  • Kosloski, M. and G. Dietl. 2012. Observational ecology of predation in deep time. 97th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, August 5-10, 2012. Abtracts with Program, p. 42. [talk] [#489]
  • Landau, B., R. E. Petit and C. M. da Silva. 2012. New Cancellariidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) from the Miocene Gatun Formation of Panama, with eleven new species. Journal of Paleontology, 86(6): 907-930. *** [paper] [#384]
  • Landau, B., R. E. Petit and C. M. da Silva. 2012. The family Cancellariidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in the Neogene of the Bocas del Toro Region, Panama, with the description of seven new species. Journal of Paleontology, 86(2): 311-339. *** [paper] [#379]
  • Landau, B., R. E. Petit, W. Etter and C. M. da Silva. 2012. New species and records of Cancellariinae (Caenogastropoda) from tropical America, together with a catalogue of Neogene to Recent species from this region. Cainozoic Research, 9(2): 193-279. *** [paper] [#387]
  • Leal, J., R. E. Petit and S. Lima. 2012. The case of the abducted The Nautilus papers. The Nautilus, 126(1): 41-42. *** [paper] [#381]
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  • Maples, National Research Council (C. G., W. D. Allmon, K. T. Biddle, D. D. Clarke, B. Driver, T. R. Janecek, L. R. Musser, R. W. Schafer, R. M. Sneider, J. C. Steinmetz and S. Zinke). 2002. Geoscience data and collections: national resources in peril. The National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 107 p. [#130]
  • Marano, M. V.. 2012. Utah’s Morrison Formation: a fossil treasure chest. Evolution: This View of Life online magazine, posted December 13. [online]. [paper] [#504]
  • McKinney, M. L. and W. D. Allmon. 1995. Metapopulations and disturbance: from patch dynamics to biodiversity dynamics. In New approaches to speciation in the fossil record. D.Erwin and R.Anstey, eds.. Columbia University Press, NY, pp. 123-183. *** [#95]
  • Meyer, X., D. Capps, B. Crawford and R. M. Ross. 2012. Using inquiry and tenets of multicultural education to engage Latino ELL in learning about geology and nature of science. Journal of Geoscience Education. 60(3): 212-219. *** [paper] [#347]
  • Mikkelsen (ed.), P. M.. 2010. Why study the Tree of Life? — The scientists speak. American Paleontologist, 18(3): 10-13. [#242]
  • Mikkelsen, P.. 2013. Did “invasions” occur in the fossil record?. Evolution: This View of Life online magazine, posted February 21. [online]. [paper] [#505]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2010. Seventy-five years of molluscs: a history of the American Malacological Society on the occasion of its 75th annual meeting. American Malacological Bulletin, 28: 191-213. [paper] [#527]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2010. The Other 15,000: Marine Invertebrates at Risk in the Gulf of Mexico. Rochester Academy of Science Fall Paper Session plenary lecture, "Larry King Memorial Lecture", Rochester, New York, 6 November 2010. [talk] [#541]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2009. Speciation in Marine Bivalves: an Overview. American Malacological Society annual meeting, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 21 July 2009, part of Speciation in Mollusks symposium, organized by W. D. Allmon. [talk] [#550]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2013. Hodson vs. hipponicid: the fossil that ended a career. Mid Atlantic Malacologists meeting, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Wilmington, 16 March 2013. [talk] [#516]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2009. Once more, with phylogeny [book review of Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca, ed. by W. F. Ponder & D. R. Lindberg, Univ. California Press, 2008). Zoologica Scripta, 38(2): 221-224. [paper] [#530]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2010. Seventy-five years of molluscs: a history of the American Malacological Society on the occasion of its 75th annual meeting. American Malacological Bulletin, 28: 191-213. *** [#237]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2011. Speciation in modern marine bivalves (Mollusca: Bivalvia): insights from the published record. American Malacological Bulletin, 29: 217-245. *** [#236]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2009. BivAToL Update - Moreton Bay Expedition. Mid-Atlantic Malacologists, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Wilmington, 7 March 2009. [talk] [#551]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2012. The Annual Meetings of the American Malacological Society (AKA American Malacological Union, including the Pacific Division): The Who, What, When, and Where, 1931 to Present. E-publication . [paper] [#601]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2011. Publishing in Malacology: Past, Present, and Future Trends. World Congress of Malacology, Phuket, Thailand, 19 July 2010; Mid Atlantic Malacologists, Delaware Museum of Natural History, 19 March 2011. [talk] [#543]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2011. The Malacological Monograph. American Malacological Society annual meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 26 July 2011. [talk] [#539]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2011. Speciation in modern marine bivalves (Mollusca: Bivalvia): insights from the published record. American Malacological Bulletin, 29: 217-245. [paper] [#526]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2012. Evolution on the half shell: teaching evolution using a familiar, accessible taxon. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 10-2 [online]. [talk] [#515]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2008. Evolution on the Half-Shell: a new grant to study bivalve evolution. Mid-Atlantic Malacologists meeting, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Wilmington, 15 March 2008. [talk] [#552]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M.. 2012. American Paleontologist - the next iteration. American Paleontologist, 19(4): 4. [paper] [#600]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M. and R. Bieler. 2008. Seashells of Southern Florida: Living Marine Mollusks of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Regions. Bivalves. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 503 pp.. [book] [#535]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M. and R. Bieler. 2003. Systematic revision of the western Atlantic file clams, Lima and Ctenoides (Bivalvia: Limoida: Limidae). Invertebrate Systematics, 17(5): 667-710, cover. *** [#243]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M. and R. Bieler. 2007. Seashells of Southern Florida: Living Marine Mollusks of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Regions. Bivalves. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 503 pp. [#239]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M. and R. Henne. 2011. The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Evolution Using Bivalves as a Model Organism. Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 197 pp. [hard-copy version of e-publication] . [book] [#602]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M. and T. E. Eichhorst. 2012. AMS-WSM-COA: A brief history of shell societies in the U.S.. American Malacological Society annual meeting, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 20 June 2012. [talk] [#517]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M., R. Bieler, I. Kappner and T. A. Rawlings. 2006. Phylogeny of Veneroidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) based on morphology and molecules. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 148: 439-521. *** [paper] [#536]
  • Mikkelsen, P. M., R. Bieler, I. Kappner and T. A. Rawlings. 2006. Phylogeny of Veneroidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) based on morphology and molecules. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 148: 439-521. *** [#238]
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  • Muscente, A. D. and W. D. Allmon. 2011. Paleoecology and other features of Plumalina incertae sedis. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011. [talk] [#603]
  • Muscente, A. D. and W. D. Allmon. 2013. Revision of the hydroid Plumalina Hall, 1858 in the Silurian and Devonian of New York. Journal of Paleontology, 87(4): 710-725. *** [paper] [#556]
  • Nagel-Myers, J., G. Dietl and C. E. Brett. 2011. Ecological stasis in the Middle Devonian Hamilton fauna: how stable are species interactions?. Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 October 2011, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5): 30. [talk] [#604]
  • Nagel-Myers, J., G. P. Dietl, J. Handley and C. E. Brett. 2012. Species redundancy and faunal stability in the fossil record. The Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 4-7 November, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7): 369 [online]. [talk] [#485]
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