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1996

  1. Hallman, D.P., Marcot, J.D., & Flessa, K.W.,1996. Experimental taphonomy: the effect of shell size and shape on transport within the intertidal zone. Sixth North America Paleontological Convention, p. 157. (Washington D.C., USA).
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  2. Kowalewski, Michal, and Flessa, K.W., 1996. 500 billion mollusk shells washed up onto Colorado delta beaches: Spatial and temporal mixing in coquinas and the nature of paleoecological data. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 28, p. A-364.
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  3. Kowalewski, M., Marcot, J.D., Flessa, K.W., & Batten, J.A., 1996. Predatory scars in shells of the Recent lingulide brachiopod Glottidia palmeri: behavioral, ecological, and environmental implications. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention, in press (p. 219), Washington D.C., USA.
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  4. Kowalewski, M., Marcot, J.D., Vargas, Jose, A., & Dyreson, E, 1996. Biometric boredom in the genus Glottidia (Brachiopoda): implications for the fossil record of lingulide diversity. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention, in press, Washington D.C., USA.


1995

  1. Batten, J.A. & Kowalewski, M., 1995. Seasonal growth banding and predation scars in the shells of a Recent lingulide brachiopod. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-445. (New Orleans, USA).

  2. Flessa, K.W., Hertweck, G. & Delafontaine, M.T., 1995. The well-travelled cockle: shell transport and age mixing during the Holocene transgression of the North Sea. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-373. (New Orleans, USA).

  3. Goodfriend, G.A., Flessa, K.W., & Kowalewski, M., 1995. Age distribution of bivalve shells in cheniers and the Late Holocene environmental history of the Colorado Delta. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-373. (New Orleans, USA).

  4. Kowalewski, M., 1995a. Taphonomic megabias in the fossil record of lingulide brachiopods. In: Copper, P. & Jin, J. (eds.) The Third International Brachiopod Congress, Abstracts, p. 38. (Sudbury, Canada).

  5. Kowalewski, M., 1995b. Shelly assemblages of the Colorado delta, Mexico: When time-averaging matters and when it doesn't. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-373. (New Orleans, USA).

  6. Kowalewski, M., & Demko, T.M., 1995. Trace fossils and population paleoecology: comparative analysis of size-frequency distributions derived from burrows. The First SEPM Congress on Sedimentary Geology, Abstracts, p. 77. (Tampa, Florida, USA).

  7. Meldahl, K.H., Flessa, K.W., & Cutler, A.H., 1995. How much life after death? New quantitative estimates of post-mortem shell survival, Gulf of California. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-134. (New Orleans, USA).

  8. Smith, D. & Flessa, K.W., 1995. Temporal resolution in the paleoenvironmental record of fossil packrat middens. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-322. (New Orleans, USA).

  9. Smith, O.A., Hallman, D.P., & Batten, J., 1995. Comparative taphonomy of Recent lingulid brachiopod and bivalve shells: an experimental study. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27 (6), A-135. (New Orleans, USA).



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