CURRICULUM VITAE
OWEN KENT DAVIS

Age: 54 (born March 13, 1949)
Married: November 21, 1971
Children: Two Sons, Born 2/9/83 and 11/18/85
Department of Geosciences
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0077
(520) 621-7953
palynolo@geo.arizona.edu
Home:
1910 W. Calle Armenta
Tucson, Arizona 85745
(520) 622-6311
palynolo@earthlink.net


EDUCATION:
    1981 Ph.D. Ecology and Behavioral Biology
    University of Minnesota, Robert C. Bright, Advisor

    1974 M.S. (Thesis) Botany
    Washington State University, Rexford Daubenmire, Advisor

    1971 B.S. Biology
    College of Idaho, Robert Bratz, Advisor

    1968 Biology Major
    College of Southern Idaho


EMPLOYMENT/EXPERIENCE:
    1994- Professor of Geosciences, University of Arizona,

    1988-94 Associate Professor of Geosciences, University of Arizona

    1982-88 Assistant Professor of Geosciences, University of Arizona

    1980 Instructor, University of Minnesota. Developed and taught short course entitled "Minnesota's Woodlands: Trees and Forests,"

    1972-81 Held various teaching and research assistant positions at Washington State University and the University of Minnesota. Field Assistant to Dr. Peter J. Mehringer, Jr., Research Associate to Dr. Robert C. Bright


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
    American Association for the Advancement of Science
    American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists
    American Quaternary Association
    Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science


POSITIONS HELD:
    2004 President, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences
              UofAz Strategic Planning and Budget Committee
              UofAz Committee on Academic Freedom
    2003 Executive Committee, Institute for the Study of Planet Earth
    2002 Executive Committee, IGERT Program in Archeological Science
             Curriculum Committee, Institute for the Study of Planet Earth
    2001 Executive Committee, Research Training Grant on Biodiversity
             Executive Committee, Institute for the Study of Planet Earth
             Managing Editor, PALYNOLOGY
    2000 Executive Committee, Research Training Grant on Biodiversity
             Executive Committee, Institute for the Study of Planet Earth
    1999 Executive Committee, Research Training Grant on Biodiversity
             Co-Director Center for Earth Surfice Processes
    1999-01 President, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences
    1996-00 President, IFPS: International Federation of Palynological Societies
    1997- Specialty Editor, AEROBIOLOGICA
    1997- Editorial Board, REVIEW OF PALEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY
    1996- Editorial Board CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    1995- Editorial Board RADIOCARBON
    1995- Editorial Board PALYNOLOGY
    1993-96 Western United States Paleoclimatic Databases Committee, NOAA
    1992-96 Secretary-Treasurer, International Federation of Palynological Societies
    1988-90 Director-at-Large, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists
    1987-90 North American Coordinator, IGCP 252, Past and Future Evolution of Deserts


AWARDS AND HONORS:
    2005 Distintuished Service Award, AASP 2000 Fellow, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science
    1986 Exxon Educational Foundation Award
    1985 Exxon Educational Foundation Award
    1984 Exxon Educational Foundation Award
    1983 Exxon Educational Foundation Award
    1982 Exxon Educational Foundation Award
    1980 Graduate Student Doctoral Fellowship, Univ. Minnesota.
    1978 MacMillan Fellowship, University of Minnesota.
    1977 Dayton Natural History Fund, University of Minnesota.
    1976 Dayton Natural History Fund, University of Minnesota.


MEETINGS ORGANIZED OR CHAIRED:
    2005 Technical Session I. Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. September 18, Saint Louis, Missouri.

    2004 Ancient terrestrial records. 11th International Pollen Conference, Granada, Spain, 4-9 July, 2004.

    2003 Planning committee, proceeding volume editor, and field trip Leader, The 3rd International Limnogeology Congress, Mar. 29 Apr. 2, 2003, Tucson, Arizona

    2002 "Palynomorphs in dung, a key to diet, the environment and evolution." AASP, BMS, NAMS joint meeting Meeting. Sept 11-13, London, England .

    1998 "Ecologia Terrestre del Cuaternario" American Association Stratigraphic Palynologists Meeting. Oct. 27-31, Ensanada, B.C.N. Mexico.

    1998 Geology Session. 40th Annual Meeting, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. April 20, 1988, Tucson, Arizona.

    1996 "Archeological Palynology" 9th International Pollen Conference, June 22-29, Houston, Texas.

    1996 Field Trip, Central and Northern Arizona, 9th Internat. Pollen Conference, June 30 - July 1.

    1996 Field Trip, Central Arizona, AMQUA 14th Meeting, May 20-21, 1996, Flagstaff, AZ.

    1992 "Pollen Analysis of Archeological Sites" 8th International Pollen Conference, Sept. 6-12, 1992, Aix-en-Provence, France.

    1991 "Global Change and California Palynology" Annual Meeting, AASP, October 21-32, San Diego, California.

    1991 "Geological Studies" 14th International Radiocarbon Conference. May 20-24, 1991, Tucson, Arizona.

    1990 "Environmental History of the American Southwest During the Last Glacial Termination: The Black Mat" Cordilleran Section GSA, March, 14-16, 1990, Tucson, Arizona.

    1990 "Past and Future Evolution of Deserts" Fourth Workshop, IGCP 252, March 6-9, 1990, Tucson, Az.

    1988 "Management of ecosystems in the face of persistent ecological change: separating natural trends from anthropogenic alterations." Science in the National Parks, National Park Service Nov. 14-18, 1988. Tucson, Arizona.

    1988 Quaternary Session. 21st Annual Meeting, American Association Stratigraphic Palynologists Meetings. Nov. 10-12, Houston, TX.

    1988 Geology Session. 32nd Annual Meeting, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. April 16, 1988, Tucson, Arizona.

    1987 "Paleoenvironmental reconstructions from arid lands." XIIth INQUA Congress, July 31 - August 9, 1987, Ottawa, Canada.

    1985 Technical Session II. Eighteenth Annual Meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 17, El Paso, Texas

    1985 Geology and Geography Session. 61st Annual Meeting of the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division, American Assoc. Advancement of Science. March 19-23, Tucson, Arizona.

    1984 "Late Pleistocene Vegetation and Climate of the Southwestern United States." Sixth International Palynological Conference. August, 1984, Calgary, Alberta.


INVITED TALKS:
    2005 Vegetation Change in the Southwest during the historic period. Bingham College, NY, Winter Field Excursion. January 22, 2005.

    2005 Palynology & the archeological record: historic to Neogene, environmental to economic. The IGERT Program in Archaeological Sciences January 28, 2005.

    2002 The effect of global climate change on North American deserts during the last 5,000,000 years. III Simposio Internacional sobre la Flora Silvestre en Zonas Aridas, Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora, October 6-9, 2002.

    2002 The Holocene Record Of Humans And Environment In The Southwest. Deptartment of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Winter Spring Journal Club, Stanford Univ., May 13, 2002.

    2001 The History of the North American Desert. Low-Vision Support Sun City Vistoso, May 10, 2001.

    2000 The Response of Eastern Sierra Nevada Vegetation to OIS Terminations I And II: a Palynological Tale of Two Deglaciations. National GSA Meeting, Nov. 13-16, 2000, Reno, Nevada.

    2000 Long Terrestrial Records of Climate and Vegetation Change from Western North America. 10th International Pollen Conference, June 23-30, 2000, Nanjing China.

    1999 Quaternary History of the Sonoran Desert. Southwest Paleontological Society, Aug. 13, 1999.

    1999 Climate Change in southern Arizona. Northwest Optomist Club Tucson, Arizona, June 2, 1999 June. 18, 1999.

    1999 History of the Sonoran Desert. Diversification Research Training Grant, Tucson, Arizona, June. 2, 1999.

    1998 Everglades National Park Advisory Board. January 22, 23. Key Largo, Florida.

    1997 Climate and History of El Niño. The Navy League of the United States, Tucson Council. Nov. 20, 1997.

    1997 Environmental History of the Bechan Cave and M&M Probiscidian Sites. Southwest Paleontological Society, Dec. 12, 1997.

    1996 Pollen indicators of paleoenvironmental change at the engineering quadrangle site on the CSU Long Beach campus. Southern California Environment and History Conf., Sept. 20-22, 1966.

    1996 Análisis de polen en la zona árida. XI Simposio De Palinología A.P.L.E. Alcalá de Henares, Españia. Sept. 18 - 20, 1966.

    1995 Pollen Analysis of Great Salt Lake Sediments: Tertiary and Quaternary Development of the North American Desert., Department of Geosciences, Univ. of Arizona. (August 31)

    1995 "El cambio climatico en otras areas de clima Mediterraneo: California Y Arizona." Effectos Del Cambio Climatico, En La Region Mediterranea, Durante Los Ultimos 3000 Años." Fundacion Ramon Areces, Madrid, Espania. (May 23-25)

    1993 "The contemporary pollen rain of arid western U.S.A." 26th Annual Meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, (October 23-29)

    1992 "Late-glacial and Holocene history of oak woodland - chaparral zone vegetation in western California, U.S.A. 8th International Palynological Congress, Aix-en-Provence, France (September 6-12, 1992)

    1992 "The climatic contrast of the pacific northwest and southwest, U.S.A., during the last deglaciation: b monsoon or a depressed jetstream?" 8th International Palynological Congress, Aix-en-Provence, France (September 6-12, 1992)

    1991 "The Pre-settlement Vegetation of Hassayampa Preserve and other Arizona Wetlands." Annual Meeting, Arizona Nature Conservancy, Sept. 21, Phoenix, AZ

    1991 "Sporormiella: An indicator for the Clovis - Folsom biomass collapse?" The Environment of North America in Folsom Time. Society Amer. Archeology Apr. 24-17. New Orleans, LA.

    1991 "Pollen Analysis of San Joaquin Marsh: Climatic Change in Coastal Southern California." Society American Archeology. April 24-17. New Orleans, LA.

    1991 "The Role of Californian Quaternary Palynology in Understanding Global Climate Change." Southern Calif. Palynology Society, Feb. 18, 1991, Brea, CA.

    1990 "Late Quaternary History of the Southwestern Monsoon." MONSOONS AND PALEOMONSOONS. Quaternary Research Center, Seattle, Washington, May 4-5, 1990.

    1989 "Predicting the effects of greenhouse warming on the western Sierra Nevada: An early Holocene analog," and "Late-Quaternary climatic histories of California: How important are regional differences?" Dept. Geology, California State Univ., Fresno, CA. March 9, 1988.

    1988 "Trans-Sierran Climatic contrasts during the last 12,000 years." Fifth Annual PACLIM Workshop, Pacific Grove, Calif., March 20-24, 1988.

    1988 "Latitudinal Variation of Seasonal Insolation During the Termination of the Last Glaciation." First Workshop, IGCP 252, Fuertaventura, Canary Islands, January 2 - 8, 1988.

    1987 "Climatic change in California and western North America since the last ice age." Department of Earth and Space Sciences, UCLA. Oct. 22, 1987

    1986 "The effects of seasonal insolation on the history of the Arizona monsoon." American Anthropological Association Meetings. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December 17-20.

    1986 "Palynological evidence for juniper invasion in central Arizona" Westwide Pinyon Juniper Conference, U.S. Forest Service, Reno, Nevada.

    1979 "The relationship of pollen rain to vegetation patterns in an arid western mountain range." Ecological Society of America Meetings. Aug. 12-17, Stillwater, Oklahoma.


EDITED VOLUMES:
    Davis, O.K. (Editor) 2004. World Directory of Palynologists, Third Edition. International Federation of Palynological Societies. 95 p.

    Kapp, R.O., Davis, O.K., and King, J.E. 2000. Ronald O. Kapp's Pollen and Spores, Second Edition. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists 279 p.

    Davis, O.K. (Editor) 1996. World Directory of Palynologists, Second Edition. International Federation of Palynological Societies. 196 pp.

    Davis, O.K. and Overs, J. (Editors) 1994. Archeological Palynology: An International Perspective. Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Contrib. Series. vol. 29, 221 p.

    Davis, O.K. (Editor) 1990. Paleoenvironments of Arid Lands. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology vol. 76, 381 pp.

    Jacobs, B.F., Fall, P.L., and Davis, O.K. (Editors) 1985. Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation history of the American Southwest. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Contributions Series vol. 16. 185 pp.

PEER REVIEW PUBLICATIONS:
    49. Msaky, E.S., Livingstone, D., and Davis, O.K. --- The Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Projects Paleolimnological Investigations of Anthropogenic Environmental Change in Lake Tanganyika: V. Palynology. Paleolimnology.

    48. Dean, W., Rosenbaum, J., Haskell, B., Kelts, K., Schnurrenberger, D., Valero-Garces, B., Cohen, A., Davis, O., Dinter, D. and Nielson, D. 2002. Progress in global lake drilling holds potential for global change research. EOS 83: 85, 90-91.

    47. Davis, O.K., Minckley, T. Moutoux, Jull, T. and Kalin, R. 2001. The transformation of Sonoran Desert wetlands following the historic decrease of burning. Journal of Arid Lands. 47 (in press)

    46. Boxt, M.A., Raab, L.M., Davis, O.K. and Pope, K.O. 1999. Extreme late Holocene climate change in coastal southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 35: 25-37.

    45. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen Analysis of Tulare Lake, California: Great Basin - Like Vegetation in Central California. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 107: 249-257.

    44. Davis, O.K. 1999. Preliminary pollen analysis of Neogene and Quaternary sediment of the Great Salt Lake, U.S.A., Proceedings Pliocene Conference, AASP Contribution Series 34: 227-240.

    43. Davis, O.K. 1999 Pollen and other microfossils in Pleistocene speleothems, Kartchner Caverns. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 61 (2): 89-92.

    42. Davis, O.K. 1999 Pollen analysis of a Holocene -- late-Glacial sediment core from Mono Lake, Mono County, California. Quaternary Research. 52:243-249.

    41. Davis, O.K. and Moutoux, T.E. 1998. Tertiary and Quaternary vegetation history of the Great Salt Lake, U.S.A. Journal of Paleolimnology. 19 (4): 417-427.

    40. Davis, O.K. 1998. Palynological evidence for vegetation cycles in a 1.5 million year pollen record from the Great Salt Lake, Utah, U.S.A. Palaeo. Palaeo. Palaeo. 138:175-185.

    39. Carrion, J.S., Scott, L. & Davis, O.K. 1997. Interés de algunos depósitos biogénicos en la reconstrucción paleoambiental de zonas áridas. El caso de Procavia, Petromus y Neotoma. I. Bases conceptuales y metodológicas. Cuaternario y Geomorfología 11: 45-50.

    38. Carrion, J.S., Scott, L. & Davis, O.K. 1997. Interés de algunos depósitos biogénicos en la reconstrucción paleoambiental de zonas áridas. El caso de Procavia, Petromus y Neotoma. II. Datos palinológicos. Cuaternario y Geomorfología 11: 51-74.

    37. Minckley, T. A., Davis, O.K., Eastoe, C., and Blinn, D.W. 1997. Analysis of environmental indicators from a mastodon site in the Prescott National Forest, Yavapai County, Arizona. Journal Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences. 30: 23-29.

    36. Davis, O.K., Dai, K., Dean, J.S., Parks, J., and Kalin, R.M. 1996. Radiocarbon dating of buried trees, and climatic change in west-central Oklahoma. Radiocarbon. 37(2):611-614.

    35. Lund, S.P., Newton, M, Davis, O.K., Bradbury, J.P., and Hammond, D.E. 1996. Late Quaternary stratigraphy of Owens Lake, California. USGS Circular 119: 47 - 52.

    34. Davis, O.K. 1995. Climate and vegetation patterns in surface samples from arid western U.S.A.: Application to Holocene climatic reconstructions. Palynology. 19:97-120.

    33. Davis, O.K. 1995. The impact of climatic change on available moisture in arid lands, examples from the American Southwest. pp. 283-299 IN: "Diachronic Climatic Impacts on Water Resources." NATO ASI Series D. Reidel Publ.

    32. Davis, O.K. and Mariscal, B. 1994. A comparison of archeological palynology of Almeria, Spain, and coastal southern California, U.S.A. AASP Contribution Series. 29:75-82.

    31. Davis, O.K. and Buchmann, S.L. 1994. Ground-nesting bees in southwestern U.S.A.: A potential source of pollen clumps in archeological sites. AASP Contribution Series. 29:63-74

    30. Blinn, D.W., Hevly, R.H. and Davis, O.K. 1994. Continuous Holocene record of diatom stratigraphy, paleohydrology, and anthropogenic activity in a spring-mound in southwestern United States. Quaternary Research. 42: 197-205.

    29. Davis, O.K. 1994. The correlation of summer precipitation in the southwestern U.S.A. with isotopic records of solar activity during the Medieval Warm Period. Climate Change. 26:271-287.

    28. Davis, O.K. and Sellers, W.D. 1994. Orbital History and seasonality of regional precipitation. In: J.D. Gunn (Editor), Global Climate - Human Life: Physical Contents of Historic Landscapes. Human Ecology 22:97-113.

    27. Davis, O.K. and Shafer, D.S. 1992. An early-Holocene maximum for the Arizona monsoon recorded at Montezuma Well, central Arizona. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. 92:107-119.

    26. Davis, O.K. 1992. Rapid climatic change in coastal southern California inferred from Pollen Analysis of San Joaquin Marsh. Quaternary Research. 37:89-100.

    25. Davis, O.K., T. Jull, L. Keigwin 1992. Preliminary Pollen Analysis of Cores from the Northern Gulf of California. Current Research Pleistocene 9:87-89.

    24. Davis, O.K. 1990. Introduction In: Davis, O.K. (Editor), Paleoenvironments of Arid Regions. Palaeo. Palaeo. Palaeo. 76:187-188.

    23. Davis, O.K. 1990. Caves as sources of biotic remains in arid Western North America. In: Davis, O.K. (Editor), Paleoenvironments of Arid Regions. Palaeo. Palaeo. Palaeo. 76:331-348.

    22. Davis, O.K. 1989. The regionalization of climatic change in western North America. p. 617-636 In: M. Leinen (Editor) "Paleoclimatology and Paleometeorology: modern and past patterns of global atmospheric transport." NATO ASI Series D. Reidel Publ.

    21. Anderson, R.S. and Davis, O.K. 1988. Contemporary pollen rain across the central Sierra Nevada, California: the relationship to modern vegetation types. Arctic and Alpine Research 20:448-460.

    20. Davis, O.K. and Moratto, M.J. 1988. Evidence for a warm-dry early Holocene in the western Sierra: pollen and plant macrofossil analysis of Dinkey and Exchequer Meadows. Madroño 35:128-145.

    19. Hendrix, W.H., III, Mueller, T.F., Phillips J.R., and Davis, O.K. 1987. Pollen as an indicator of long-distance movement of Heliothis zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Environmental Entomology 16:1148-1151

    18. Davis, O.K. and Anderson, R.S. 1987. Pollen in packrat (Neotoma) middens: pollen transport and the relationship of pollen to vegetation. Palynology 11:185-198.

    17. Davis, O.K. 1987. Spores of the dung fungus Sporormiella: increased abundance in historic sediments and before Pleistocene megafaunal extinction. Quaternary Research 28:290-294.

    16. Davis, O.K. 1987. Recent Developments in the study of arid lands. Episodes, Internat. Union Geol. Sci. 10:41-42.

    15. Davis, O.K. and Sellers, W.D. 1987. Contrasting climatic histories for western North America during the late glacial and early Holocene. Current Research in the Pleistocene 4:87-89.

    14. Davis, O.K. and Turner, R.M. 1987. Palynological evidence for the historic expansion of juniper and desert shrubs resulting from human disturbance in Arizona, U.S.A. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 49:177-193.

    13. Davis, O.K., Sheppard, J.C. and Robertson, S. 1986. Contrasting climatic histories for the Snake River Plain result from multiple thermal maxima. Quaternary Research 26:321-339.

    12. Jackson, S.T., Whitehead, D.R., and Davis, O.K. 1986. Accelerator radiocarbon date indicates mid-Holocene age for hickory nut from Indiana late-glacial sediments. Quaternary Research 25:257-258.

    11. Mead, J.I., Agenbroad, L.D., Martin, P.S., and Davis, O.K. 1986. Dung of Mammuthus in the Arid Southwest, North America. Quaternary Research 25:121-127.

    10. Davis, O.K., Anderson, R.S., Fall, P.L., O'Rourke, M.K., and Thompson, R.S. 1985. Palynological evidence for early Holocene aridity in the southern Sierra Nevada of California. Quaternary Research 24: 322-332.

    9. Baker, F.A., French, D.W., Kulmann, H.M., Davis, O.K., and Bright, R.C. 1985. Pollination of the eastern dwarf mistletoe. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15:708-714.

    8. Davis, O.K., Mead, J.I., Martin, P.S. and Agenbroad, L.D. 1985. Riparian plants were a major component of the diet of mammoths of southern Utah. Current Research 2:81-82.

    7. Davis, O.K. 1984. Multiple Thermal Maxima During the Holocene. Science 255: 617-619.

    6. Mead, J.I., Agenbroad, L.D., Martin, P.S., and Davis, O.K. 1984. The mammoth and sloth dung from Bechan Cave in southern Utah. Current Research 1:79-80.

    5. Davis, O.K. 1984. Pollen frequencies reflect vegetation patterns in a Great Basin (USA) mountain range. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 40:295-315.

    4. Betancourt, J.L. and Davis, O.K. 1984. Review of vegetation history in the Chuska Mountains based on midden records from adjacent lowlands. Quaternary Research 21:56-64.

    3. Bright, R.C. and Davis, O.K. 1983. Quaternary paleoecology of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Snake River Plain, Idaho. American Midland Naturalist 108:21-33.

    2. Davis, O.K. 1982. Plant list for the Albion Mountains, Cassia County, Idaho. Jour. Idaho Acad. Science 18(1):1-12.

    1. Davis, O.K., Kolva, D.A., and Mehringer, P.J., Jr. 1977. Pollen analysis of Wildcat Lake, Whitman County, Washington: The last 1000 years. Northwest Science 51(1): 13-30.


MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS:
    88. Davis, O.K. 2004. Announcement. Palynology software. PALYNOS The IFPS Newsletter 27(2): 11.

    87. Davis, O.K. 2004. Meeting Report. XIth IPC, Granada, Spain 4th-9th July, 2004. PALYNOS The IFPS Newsletter 27(2): 7-7.

    86. Davis, O.K. 2004. Chapter 9, Results of the pollen analysis. pp. 245-251 IN: Neff, L.C. and Wilson, M.A. Archeological investigations at Joshua Tree National Park, California. USDI, NPS Western Archeological and Conservation Center Publications in Anthropology 84.

    85. Davis, O.K., Williams, S.L., Palacios-Fest, M.R. 2003. Palynological Holocene Environments of Twin Rivers Marsh, San Nicolas Island, California. Statistical Research, Inc. Technical Report 97-18. 18 p.

    84. Davis, O.K. 2003. Upper San Pedro Valley, Third International Limnogeology Congress Field Trip Guide, Tucson Arizona April 1, 2003, and supplement. ILIC3. 54 pages.

    83. Jaramillo, C., and Davis, O.K. 2002. AASP 2002 Survey of the status of palynology. Newsletter of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. 35(4): 11-14.

    82. Davis, O.K. 2002. Report of the joint meeting of BMS, NAMS, and AASP, Sept. 11-12, 2002, University College London. Newsletter of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. 35(3): 8-9.

    81. Davis, O.K. 2002. The AASP Primary Records Program. Newsletter of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. 35(2): 12.

    80. Davis, O.K. 2002. Late Neogene Environmental History of the Great Salt Lake. pp. 295-307 IN: R. Hershler, D.B. Madsen, and D.R. Currey (eds.) Great Basin Aquatic Systems History. Smithsonian Contribs. to the Earth Sciences 33.

    79. Riggs, C.R. with technical reprts by Davis, O.K. and Adams, K.R. 2002. Archaeological investigations for the Canoa Ranch Trunk Sewer Line, Pima County, Arizona. Technical Report 00-45, Statistical Research Inc. Tucson, Arizona.

    78. Davis, O.K. 2000. "Pleistocene climate" In. Glickman, T.S. (Managing Editor) Glossary of meteorology. (2nd Ed.) American Meteorological Society.

    77. Davis, O.K. 2000. Discovering historic ecosystems through palynology. Chapter 9, p. 200 - 229. In Egan, D and Howell, E.A. (eds.) The Historical Ecology Handbook, Island Press.

    76. Fox, G. L. (with 12 contributors) 2000. Archeological Investigation of Rooms 15 and 16 at the Upper Cliff Dwelling (AZ U:8:48 [ASM]), T onto National Monument. WACC, National Park Service USDI Publications in Anthropology 73.

    75. Davis, O.K. Ice Ages. 1999. Pollen results. pp. 38-40 in: Brock, J, Smith, B.D. and Wake, T.A. Invsitigations at the Burning Duen Site (CA-RIV-4754), La Quinta, California. Archaeological Advisory Group Monograph 1.

    74. Davis, O.K. Ice Ages.1999. Ice Ages. IN: Embryonic Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, Nature Publishing Group, London, www.els.net.

    73. Davis, O.K. 1999. Retirements: C. Vance Haynes. Geosciences, Univ. AZ Newsletter 5(1): 20.

    72. Davis, O.K. 1999. El cambio climatico en otras areas de clima Mediterraneo: California Y Arizona. pp. 126 -137 IN: M.B. Ruiz-Zapata, M.D. Valiño, M. J. Gil García, A.V. Rodriguez (eds.) Proceedings, Effectos Del Cambio Climatico, En La Region Mediterranea, Durante Los Ultimos 3000 Años. Univ. Alcala Special Publ., Madrid, Espania.

    71. Davis, O.K. 1999. History of the IPC Logos. AASP Newsletter 32: (3) 13-15.

    70. Davis, O.K. 1999. Student scholarships for 1997. AASP Newsletter 32: (3) 2-3.

    69. Davis, O.K. 1999. New Books: Paleoclimatology, Reconstructing Climates of the Quaternary. The Quaternary Times 29: 9

    68. Macko, M.E., with contributions by Couch, J.S., Davis, O.K., Koerper, H., and Langenwalter, P.E., III. 1998. Executive summary of mitigation measures implemented pursuant to the operation plan and research design for the proposed Newporter North residential development. Macko, Inc., 2212 Cape May Lane, Huntington Beach CA 92646.

    67. Boesch, D.F., Chmura, G.L. Davis, O.K., Enos, P., Gleason, P.J., Spackman, W. 1998. Florida Bay science oversight panel ad hoc committee on paleoecology. Report to the Program Management Committee Florida Bay Research Program.

    66. Davis, O.K. 1997. Chapter 9. Pollen analysis. Pp. 59 - 61 IN: Hartman, G.H., and 7 others. Archaeological investigations at the Silverbell Coachline Stie, AZ, AZ:12:321 (ASM), in Marana, AZ Old Pueblo Archaeology Center. Archaeology Report 13.

    65. Davis, O.K. 1997. IFPS Web Site PALYNOS The IFPS Newsletter 20(2): 2.

    64. Davis, O.K. 1997. IFPS Vice Presidents elected. PALYNOS The IFPS Newsletter 20(2): 1-2

    63. Davis, O.K. 1997. IPC 10 -- Year 2000. PALYNOS The IFPS Newsletter 20(2): 2.

    62. Davis, O.K. 1997. Memorial to Tarah L. Smiley, 1914 - 1996. GSA Memorials 28: 17-18.

    61. Davis, O.K. 1997. Late Neogene Environmental History. The Great Basin: Symposium on Glacial and Postglacial Drainage. Proceedings pages 19 - 23.Sept. 17-20, Salt Lake City, Utah.

    60. Davis, O.K. 1997. Jones, J.T. with contributions by ... O.K. Davis .... Archaeological excavations at the Continental Site in Green Valley, Pima County, Arizona, in 1995. (AZ EE:1:32 [ASM]). Old Pueblo Archaeological Center Arch. Rep. 9. 258 p.

    59. Davis, O.K. 1997. Retired Faculty Profile, Joseph Schreiber, The University of Arizona Geosciences Newsletter Fall.

    58. Davis, O.K. 1997. Student scholarships for 1997. AASP Newsletter 30:1-3.

    57. Davis, O.K. 1997. Transitions, William B. Bull. The University of Arizona Geosciences Newsletter Spring, p. 13.

    56. Elliot-Fisk, D. L., with Cahil, T.A., Davis, O.K. and 14 others. 1997. Lake Tahoe Case Study. Pp. 217-268. IN: K.M. Menning, K.N. Johnson and L. Ruth. Status of the Sierra Nevada Final Report to Congress, SNEP. Univ. Calif. Davis, Wildland Resources Center Rep. 40.

    55. Davis, O.K. 1996. Chapter 8 -- Pollen analysis. pp 50-54 in: Jones, J. T. Archaeoogical data recovery at the Rock Hard Site, AZ BB:9:173 (AS), in Oro Valley, Arizona. Old Pueblo Archaeology Center Report no. 12.

    54. Davis, O.K. 1996. Human Activity and the Pollen Rain. Pollen Monitor 3 (6) :1-2.

    53. Lentin, J.K. and Davis, O.K., Piel, K. and Munsey T. 1996. Computer applications in palynology. IN: J.Jansonius and D.C. McGregor (Editors). Palynology: Principles and Applications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists.

    52. Davis, O.K. 1996. Palynology of the American Southwest. Field Trip B4. June 29 - July 2, 1996. 9th IPC.

    51. Davis, O.K. 1996.Late Pleistocene History of the Arizona Monsoon. Annual Report, IGCP-349, Desert Margins and Palaeomonsoons. Pp. 48-51.

    50. Davis, O.K. 1996. Central Arizona Palynology. Field Trip Guide, May 19, 1996, 14th AMQUA,Flagstaff, AZ.

    49. - Davis, O.K. and Pitblado, B.L. 1995. Late Glacial aridity in the Southern Rockey Mountains. Pp. 9-23 IN:Waugh, W.J., Petersen, K.L., Wigand, P.E., Louthan, B.D., and Walker, R.D. Climate change in the Four Corners and adjacent regions: Implications for environmental restoration and land-use planning. USDOE: CONF-9409325. 185 pp. (Nat. Techn. Inf. Serv., 52805 Port Royal Rd., Springfield, VA 22161)

    48. Moutoux, T. and Davis, O.K. 1995. Neogene through Pleistocene paleoclimate of the Great Salt Lake region, Northeastern Great Basin, U.S.A. Proceedings 11th PACLILM Workshop, Calif. Dept. Water Res. Ecol. Stud. Progr. Techn. Rep. 40:127-135.

    47. Davis, O.K. 1995 Climate and the Pollen Rain. Pollen Monitor 2:1-2.

    46. Davis, O.K. 1995. More thoughts on mesquite in the San Joaquin Valley. Tularg 8:3.

    45. Davis, O.K. 1995. The International Federation of Palynological Societies (IFPS). International Aerobiology 41:4.

    44. Davis, O.K. 1994. AASP 26th annual meeting. PAGES Newsletter 2(1):3.

    43. Davis, O.K. 1994. "Late-Pleistocene History of the Arizona Monsoon. Annual Report, IGCP-239, Desert Margins and Palaeomonsoons of the Northern Hemisphere Old World: 135,000 yrs B.P. to the Present.

    42. Davis, O.K. 1994. Pollen analysis of the Centinela site. pp. 133-138 In: Grenada, D.R., Homburg, J.H. and Altschul, J.H. The Centinela site (CA-LAN-60): data recovery plan at a Middle Period, Creek-Edge site in the Ballona Wetlands, Los Angeles, California. Statistical Research Inc., Tucson, Arizona. Technical Series 45.

    41. Lund, S.P., Newton, M.S., Davis, O.K., Bradbury, J.P. and Hammond, D.E. 1993. Late Quaternary Stratigraphy of Owens Lake, California. Proceedings, Pluvial Lake Workshop, Cordilleran-Rocky Mountain Section, GSA, Reno, Nevada, May 19-21. USGS Water Resources Bulletin.

    40. Davis, O.K. 1993. Pliocene Workshop a Mammoth Success. AASP Newsletter 26:13-14.

    39. Davis, O.K. 1993. Review of: THE QUATERNARY OF CHINA, is edited by Zhang Zonghu (Chief Editor), Shao Shixiong (Deputy Chief Editor), Tong Ghobang, and Cao Jiadong, of the Institute of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, Zhengding, China. Radiocarbon. 35:339-340.

    38. Jirikowic, J.L., Kalin, R.M. and Davis, O.K. 1993. Tree-Ring 14C as an indicator of climate change. Climatic Change in Continental Isotopic Records. AGU Geophysical Monograph 78:353-366.

    37. Davis, O.K. Program Sources. 1993. INQUA Holocene Commission, Working Group on Data-Handling Methods, Newsletter 10:30-33.

    36. Stine, S., Davis, O.K. and others. 1992. Contribution to field trip guide for eastern Sierra Nevada. 12th AMQUA Meeting, Aug. 24-26, 1992, Davis, CA.

    35. Davis, O.K. 1992. Twenty-fifth annual meeting of the American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. AASP Newsletter 25(4):10-11.

    34. Long, A., Davis, O.K., and De Lanois, J. 1992. Separation and C14 dating of pure pollen from lake sediments: nanofossil AMS dating. Radiocarbon 34:557-560.

    33. Davis, O.K. 1992. Preliminary results of data format survey. Newsletter, INQUA Holocene Commission, Working Group on Data-Handling Methods, Newsletter 7:9-10.

    32. West, G.J. and Davis, O.K., and Wallace, W.J. 1991. "Fluted points at Tulare Lake, California: Environmental Background. In: W.J. Wallace and F.A. Ridell (eds.) Tulare L. Research Group. Contributions to Tulare Lake Archeaeology. 1:1-10.

    31. Haynes, C.V., Jr., Beukens, R.P., Jull, A.J.T., and Davis, O.K. 1992. New radiocarbon dates for some old Folsom sites using accelerator technology. In: D.J. Stanford and J.S. Day (eds.) Ice Age Hunters of the Rockies. Denver Mus. Nat. Hist. & Univ. Press Colo. 83-100.

    30. Davis, O.K., Jirikowic, J.L., and Kalin, R.M., 1992. The Radiocarbon record of solar variability and Holocene climatic change in coastal southern California. Proceedings 8th PACLILM Workshop, Calif. Dept. Water Res. Ecol. Stud. Progr. Techn. Rep. 31:19-33

    29. Davis, O.K. 1992. Data Format Article. Newsletter, INQUA Holocene Commission, Working Group on Data-Handling Methods, Newsletter 7:9-10.

    28. Davis, O.K. 1992. Review of: Quaternary ecology: a paleoecological perspective. H.R.Delcourt & P.A. Delcourt. AASP Newsletter 25(1):31.

    27. Davis, O.K. 1992. Review of: After the ice age: the return of life to glaciated North America. E.C. Pielou. AASP Newsletter 25(1):31-32.

    26. Davis, O.K. 1991. Invitation to 25th Annual Meeting. AASP Newsletter 24(4):16.

    25. Davis, O.K. 1990. Annual Report to IGCP 252 of The Desert Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. IGCP 252 1989 Annual Report.

    24. Davis, O.K. 1990. Preliminary report of the pollen analysis of Tulare Lake. TULARG 3(5):2-4.

    23. Davis, O.K., Cutler, A.H., Meldah., K.H., Palacios-Fest, M.R. Schreiber, J.F., Jr., Lock, B.E., Williams, L.J., Lancaster, N., Shaw, C.A., and Sinitiere, S.M. 1990 Quaternary and Environmental Geology of the Northeastern Gulf of California. Gehrles, G.E. and Spencer, J.E. (eds.) Geologic Excursions through the Sonoran Desert Region, Arizona and Sonora. Arizona Geol. Survey Special Paper 7:136-154.

    22. Davis, O.K., Cutler, A.H., Meldah., K.H., Palacios-Fest, M.R. Schreiber, J.F., Jr., Lock, B.E., Williams, L.J., Lancaster, N., Shaw, C.A., and Sinitiere, S.M. Quaternary Geology of Bahai Adair and the Gran Desierto. Fieldtrip Guide for Fourth Workshop, IGCP 252, March 6-9, 1990, Tucson, Arizona. 32 p.

    21. Davis, O.K. 1990. Book review of Climate and the Dolores River Anasazi. By Kenneth Lee Petersen. Quaternary Research 33:259.

    20. Jodry, M.A., Shafer, D.S., Stanford, D.J., and Davis, O.K. 1989. Late Quaternary environments and human adaptation in the San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado. Colorado Ground-Water Association Guidebook, 8th Annual Field Trip. pp. 189-208.

    19. Davis, O.K. 1989. A bibliography of the Quaternary deposits of the Gran Desierto of Sonora, Mexico. Nicole Petit-Maire (ed.) "Proceedings of the Second IGCP 252 Workshop, Cassis, France, IGCP 252 1989 Annual Report. 40-47

    18. Davis, O.K. 1989. Review of "Numerical Methods in Quaternary Pollen Analysis." Journal of Ethnobiology 9:65-68.

    16. Davis, O.K. 1989. Ancient analogs for greenhouse warming of central California. Appendix D, p. 4.1-4.31. In: The Potential Effects of Global Climate Change on the United States, J.B. Smith and D.A. Tirpak (eds.) U.S. EPA, Washington D.C. EPA-230-05-89-054.

    15. Davis, O.K. 1989. "Data Needed." AASP Newsletter 22(1):8-9.

    14. Davis, O.K., Hall, S.T. Schoenwetter, J., and West, G.J. 1988. A bibliography of Southwestern Quaternary Palynology. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Palydisk 1.

    13. Davis, O.K. and Anderson, R.S. 1988. Reply to comments by Thomas R. Van Devender. Palynology 12:226-229.

    12. Davis, O.K. 1988. The effect of latitudinal variations of insolation maxima on desertification during the late Quaternary. Nicole Petit-Maire (ed.) "Proceedings of the First IGCP 252 Workshop, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. IGCP 252 1989 Annual Report. 41-58.

    11. Moratto, M.J., and Davis, O.K. 1988. Chapter 2, Paleoenvironment. pp 39-84. In: Culture change in the central Sierra Nevada, 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1950. (M.J. Moratto, Ed.) Final Report of the New Melones Archeological Project, Vol. IX. Released by The National Technical Information Service, Published by Coyote Press.

    10. Long, A. and Davis, O.K. 1987. Climate change impacts on urban and rural economics in the Southwest: Focus on Arizona. pp. 466-474 In: M. Meo (ed.) Proceedings of the "Conference on Science and Public Policy." Published by the University of Oklahoma, Norman.

    9. Davis, O.K. 1986. Book Review of: Numerical Methods in Quaternary Pollen Analysis. by H.J.B. Birks and A.D. Gordon. Geoarcheology 1:393-394.

    8. Anderson, R.S., Davis, O.K., and P.L. Fall. 1985. Glacial and Holocene vegetation change in the Sierra Nevada of California, with particular reference to the Balsam Meadow site. AASP Contributions Series 16:127 - 140.

    7. Davis, O.K., Hevly, R.H., and Faust, R. 1985. A comparison of historic and prehistoric vegetation change caused by man in central Arizona. AASP Contribution Series 16:63 - 75.

    6. Davis, O.K., Agenbroad, L.D., Martin, P.S., and Mead, J.I. 1984. Pleistocene dung blanket of Bechan Cave, Utah. pp. 267-282 In: H.H. Genoways and M.R. Dawson (eds.) Contribution in Vertebrate Paleontology: Volume in Memorial to John E. Guilday. Carnegie Museum Natural History Special Publication 8.

    5. Davis, O.K. 1984. Appendix B: Pollen analysis of Balsam Meadow, Fresno County, California. pp. 325-352 In: Goldberg, S.K. and Moratto, M.J. (eds.) Archeological investigations at Balsam Meadow, Fresno County, California. Report submitted to Environmental and Regulatory Affairs Division, Southern California Edison Co., P.O. Box 800, Rosemead, California, 91770.

    4. Davis, O.K. 1983. Book review of: Geobotany II. Open Earth vol. 1983-A p. 68.

    3. Davis, O.K. 1981. Vegetation migration in southern Idaho during the late-Quaternary and Holocene. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 252 pp.

    2. Delcourt, P.A., Davis, O.K., and Bright, R.C. 1979. Bibliography of taxonomic literature for the identification of fruits, seeds, and vegetative plant fragments. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Publication ORNL/TM-6818, 84 pp.

    1. Davis, O.K. 1975. Pollen analysis of Wildcat Lake, Whitman County, Washington: The introduction of Grazing. M.S. Thesis, Washington State University, Pullman. 43 p.


TECHNICAL REPORTS:.
    105. Davis, 2005.Pollen analysis of CA-ORA-149, Huntington Beach, Orange Co., California. Report Submitted to Philip de Barros, Professional Archaeological Services, San Diego, CA. 13 p.

    104. Davis, 2005. Pollen analysis of AZ EE:1:275 & EE:1: 317 Quail Creek, Pima Co., Arizona. Report Submitted to Vanessa Potter, Westland Resources, Inc. Tucson, Arizona 85719. 10 p.

    103. Davis, O.K. 2004. Pollen analysis of AZ BB:13:6 Rio Nuevo project, Pima Co., Arizona. Desert Archeology, Tucson, AZ. 23 p.

    102. Davis, O.K. 2004. Pollen analysis of AZ BB:13:6 Rio Nuevo project, Pima Co., Arizona. Desert Archeology, Tucson, AZ. 23 p.

    101. Davis, O.K. 2004. Pollen Analysis of The Tres Rios Site 03CC01, Phoenix, Arizona AZ T:11:94 (ASM) Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, CA 9 p.

    100. Davis, O. K. 2004. Pollen analysis of Elkhorn Mountain samples. Report submitted to Kevin R.Pogue, Whitman College. 6 p.

    99. Davis, O.K. 2004. Pollen analysis of AZ AA:16:6 and AA:13:92, Kinder-Morgan Pipeline, Pima Co., Arizona. Report submitted to William Self Associates, Inc., Orinda, Calif. 18 p.

    98. Davis, O.K. 2003. Pollen Analysis Of Great Basin National Park Site 26WP2016 Western Archeological and Conservation Center, Tucson, Arizona 85705. 10 p.

    97. Davis, O.K. 2003. Analysis of Box Elder Reservoir 5MV4505- Mesa Verde N.M. Wright Water Engineers, Inc., Denver, CO. 10 p.

    96. Davis, O.K. 2003. Analysis of pollen washes SR 188 - Jakes corner. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, 17 p.

    95. Davis, O.K. 2003. Pollen analysis of Raytheon Drive, Tucson, Arizona AZ BB 13 553. Report submitted to Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, 6 p.

    94. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen analysis of AR-03-1206 -2012 -2017 -2015 -2011 -583. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, 19 p.

    94. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen analysis of pollen washes from SR 188 Jakes Corner, Arizona. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Ariz. 17 p.

    93. Davis, O.K. 2002. Charcoal identification for Barger Gulch, Colorado. Todd A. Surovell, University of Arizona. 3 p.

    92. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen analysis of CA RIV 6797. Archaeological Advisory Group, Pioneertown, CA. 11 p.

    91. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen Analysis of Ysidro Basin and Santa Margarita Delta, Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California. ASM Affiliates, Encinitas, Calif. 22 pp.

    90. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen analysis of marine core SDG 12, off Tijuana Estuary. EDAW Inc. San Diego, Calif. 9 p.

    89. Davis, O.K. 2002. Pollen analysis of Chance Gulch. Report Submitted to Bonnie Pitblado, Anthropology Department, Western State College, Gunnison, CO 81231. 12 p.

    88. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of Boneyard Fen. Report Submitted to David Gori, Nature Conservancy of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 5 p.

    87. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of AR-03-12-06 -2012 -2017 -2015 -2011 -583. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.16 p.

    86. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of AZ FF 9 47, 48, 44, 5:19. Report Submitted to SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, Tucson, Arizona, 85701. 13 p.

    85. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of CA-SBR-935/H. Report Submitted to Jim Brock, Archaeological Advisory Group, Pioneertown California. 6 p.

    84. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of travertine canal samples, Yavapai Co., Arizona. Report Submitted to Ronald Beckwith, Western Archeological and Conservation Center, Tucson, Arizona. 12 p.

    83. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen Analysis of AZ AA:12:503 (ASM), Santa Cruz River at Ina Road, Pollen Washes. Report Submitted to Keith Knoblock and William L. Deaver, Statistical Research, Tucson, Arizona. 14 p.

    82. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of 26WP12, Lower Pictograph Cave, Great Basin National Park, White Pine Co., Nevada. Report Submitted to JoAnn Blalack, Western Archeological and Conservation Center, 17 p.

    81. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis bee baskets from Laguna Beach, California. Report Submitted to Stephen R. Buchmann, The Bee Works. 12 p.

    80. Davis, O.K. 2001. Pollen analysis of AZ AA:12:111 (ASM), the Las Capas Site, Pima Co., Arizona. Report Submitted to Annick Lascaux, SWCA Environmental Consultants. 23 p.

    79. Davis, O.K. 2000. Pollen Analysis of AZ AA:12:753 (ASM) Santa Cruz Floodplain at Ina Road. Report Submitted to Jonathan B. Mabry Desert Archeology, Inc. Tucson, Arizona. 15 p.

    78. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen analysis of AA DD:4:43 (ASM) Canoa Ranch. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 8 p.

    77. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen analysis and macrofossil analysis of AA:12:503 (ASM). Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 14 p.

    76. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen analysis of a sample from the Madera Highlands. Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 8 p.

    75. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen analysis of Canoa Ranch, Pima County, Arizona, AZ DD:4:47 (ASM). Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 4 p.

    74. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen Analysis of Ca-RIV-6376 Riverside County, California Advisory Group, Pioneertown, CA. 7 p.

    73. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen Analysis of Pistol Hill, Pima County, Arizona. Report Submitted to Stephanie M. Wittlesey, Ph.D. Statistical Research, Inc.

    72. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen Analysis of Sycamore Springs Cochise County, Arizona. For NSF progress report.

    71. Davis, O.K. 1999. Pollen Analysis of SDI-811, Las Flores Lagoon, San Diego County, California. Report Submitted to ASM Affiliates, 21 pp.

    70. Davis, O.K. 1998.Pollen Analysis of CA RIV 6059 Riverside County, California. Archaeological Advisory Group, Pioneertown, CA. 9 p.

    69. Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen and charcoal analysis of Julian Wash, AZ BB:13:17 (ASM), Pima County, Arizona. Statistical Research, Tucson, Arizona. 16 pp.

    68. Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen analysis of Tonto National Monument AZ U:8:48 (ASM) Western Archaeological and Conservation Center.

    67. Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen analysis of Playa Vista sediment cores, Los Angeles County, California Report submitted to Statistical Research Tucson, Arizona . 20 p.

    66. Davis, O.K. 1998.Pollen and macrofossil analysis of CA-ORA-116 near San Joaquin Marsh, Riverside County, California.. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, Calif.

    65. Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen analysis of San Joaquin Marsh Orange County, California. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, Calif.

    64. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen Analysis of a Medieval Pond Talgar, Tien Shan Mts., Kazakistan. Sweet Briar College, 8 pp.

    63. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen and Charcoal Analysis of the Thornydale Site, AZ AA 12 40 (ASM), Pima County, Arizona. Statistical Research, Tucson, Arizona. 17 pp.

    62. Davis, O.K. 1997.Pollen Analysis of the Lake Roberts Vista Site Gila National Forest, New Mexico. Department of Anthropology, Oregon State University. 9 pp.

    61. Davis, O.K. 1997.Pollen Analysis of CA RIV 4754 and a Nearby Site, Eastern Riverside County, California. Archaeological Advisory Group, Pioneertown, CA. 10 p.

    60. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen analysis of sites near Silverbell Mine; AZ:AA:10:21, AA:10:22, and AA:10:7, and near the Rincon Mountains; AZ BB:14:602. AZTLAN Research, Tucson, Arizona. 23 p.

    59. Davis, O.K. 1997.Pollen Analysis of San Nicholas Island Twin Rivers Marsh. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, CA 92373, 17 p.

    58. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen analysis of a mid-lake core from Lake Tahoe, California: Historic vegetation change. Pp. 269- 276. IN: K.M. Menning, K.N. Johnson and L. Ruth. Status of the Sierra Nevada. SNEP Final Report to Congress,. Univ. Calif. Davis, Wildland Res. Center Rep. 40.

    57. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen analysis of Hunters Ridge CA-SBR-6815/H. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, CA 92373, 17 p.

    56. Davis, O.K. 1997. Pollen Analysis of La Venta, Mexico. Report Submitted to Katherine Bradford, Anthropology, California State University, Northridge. 5 p.

    55. Davis, O.K. 1996. Preliminary pollen analysis of AZ:AA:10:21, AZ:AA:10:22, and AZ:AA:10:7. AZTLAN Research, Tucson, Arizona. 12 p.

    54. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen analysis of Newport Bay, Orange County, California in association with excavation of CA-ORA-64. Report Submitted to Michael Macko, Macko Inc., Santa Ana Heights, CA. 45 p.

    53. Davis, O.K. 1996.Pollen analysis of a core from the Prado flood control basin. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Redlands, CA 92373. 16 p.

    52. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen analysis of AZ BB:14:598, Whispering Wings. Report submitted to Allen Dart, Old Pueblo Archaeological Center, Tucson, Arizona, 10 p.

    51. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen analysis of AZ AA:12:321 Silverbell Coachline SW. Report submitted to Allen Dart, Old Pueblo Archaeological Center, Tucson, Arizona, 10 p.

    50. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen Analysis of AZ BB:9:173, Rancho Vistoso. Report submitted to Allen Dart, Old Pueblo Archaeological Center, Tucson, Arizona, 11 p.

    49. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen analysis of AZ AA:12:503 (ASM) Santa Cruz River at Ina Road pollen washes. Statistical Research, Tucson, Arizona. 14 p.

    48. Davis, O.K. 1996. Pollen analysis of San Clemente island archaeological sites. Statistical Research, Inc., Redlands, CA. 11 p.

    47. Elliot-Fisk, D. L., with Cahil, T.A., Davis, O.K. and 14 others. 1996. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project Lake Tahoe Case Study. SNEP Program. 326 p.

    46. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis of CA-RIV-2804, Prado Flood Control Basin, Riverside Co., California. Pp A-3 - A-10 IN: D. R. Grenda. Prehistoric game monitoring on the bands of Mill Creek: Data recovery at CA-RIV-2804 Prado Basin, Riverside County, California. Statistical Research Techn. Ser. No. 52.

    45. Pearthree, P.A., Vincent, K.R., Brazier, R., Fellows, L.D. and Davis, O.K. 1995. Seismic hazard posed by the Sugarloaf Fault, Central Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey, Open File Report 95-7, 40 p.

    44. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen Analysis Samples from Oak Creek, La Vern, Pomona Valley, California. Report submitted to Heritage Resource Consultants, La Mirada, CA, 12 p.

    43. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis of AZ EE:1:32 (ASM) the Continental Site. Report submitted to Jeffrey T. Jones, Old Pueblo Archaeological Center, Tucson, Arizona, 12 p.

    42. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis Long Beach campus archaeological sites: Midden Trace D, and Los Cerritos Dorm. Report submitted to Matthew A. Boxt, Ph.D., Physical Planning and Facilities Management, California State University, Long Beach, CA. 25 p.

    41. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis the Lake Elsinore outlet site, CA-RIV -2798. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Redlands, CA 92373. 12 p.

    40. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis the Prado flood control basin, CA-RIV-653 -1098. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Redlands, CA 92373. 16 p.

    39. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis of sites near Copper Butte and the Ray complex, AZ V:13:127 AND AZ U:16:246. Report Submitted to Mary Lou Heuett, Cultural & Environmental Systems, Tucson, Az. 12 pp.

    38. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen analysis of the Sugarloaf Fault Project. Report submitted to Dr. Kirk Vincent, Arizona Geological Survey. 9 pp.

    37. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pollen Analysis of the Yucaipa Avenue Extension CA-SBR-1000. Report Submitted to Donn R. Grenda, Statistical Research, Redlands, CA 92373. 15 p.

    36. Davis, O.K. 1994. Pollen Analysis of Borderland Cienegas, Contract Number HQ/AZ-920815-1. Report submitted to Richard P. Young, The Nature Conservancy, Arizona Field Office, 300 E. University Blvd., Suite 230, Tucson, Arizona 85704. 105 p.

    35. Davis, O.K. 1994. Pollen analysis of two sediment profiles at Bonita Creek, Orange County, California, CA ORA-1295. Report submitted to Roger Mason, The Chambers Group, Irvine, CA. 18 p.

    35. Davis, O.K. 1994. Pollen analysis of Prado, CA-RIV-2804, Riverside Co., California archeological samples. Report submitted to Don Grenda, Statistical Research, Riverside, Calif. 6 p.

    34. Davis, O.K. 1994. Pollen analysis of archeological pollen samples, Terramar, Ventana Canyon, Tucson, Arizona, AZ BB:9:138. Report submitted to Carol J. Ellick, Statistical Research, Tucson, Arizona, 10 p.

    33. Davis, O.K. 1993. Exploratory pollen analysis of Barka Slough Santa Barbara County, California. Report Submitted to Dr. Philip de Barros, Chambers Group, 1761-A Garry Ave., Santa Anna, CA 92705. 8 p.

    32. Davis, O.K. 1993. Pollen analysis of Overlook Cave and rock garden, AZ V:13:96, Winkelman, Arizona. Report to Cultural and Environmental Systems, Inc., Tucson, AZ 25. pp.

    31. Davis, O.K. 1993. Pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating of sediment samples from Baja California. Report submitted to Lisa Ely, Pennsylvania State Univ. 4 pp.

    30. Davis, O.K. 1993. Pollen analysis of historic and prehistoric irrigation canals, Safford, Arizona. Report submitted to Bureau of Land Mgt. Safford District Office Safford, Arizona. 12 pp.

    29. Davis, O.K. 1993. Pollen analysis. pp. 151-158. IN: Vanderpot, R., Altschul, J.H. and Grenda, D.R. Whelan Lake (CA-SDI-6010): A La Jollan campsite on the lower San Luis Rey River, San Diego County, California. Statistical Research Inc., Tucson, AZ Technical Ser. 40.

    28. Davis, O.K. 1992. Pollen analysis of borderland cienegas: preliminary report. Submitted to Richard P. Young, National Stewardship Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy Arizona Field Office, 300 E. University Blvd., Suite 230, Tucson, Arizona 85704. 18 pp.

    27. Davis, O.K. 1992. Pollen analysis of Kartchner Caverns speleothems. Report Submitted to R.H. Buecher, Arizona Conservation Projects, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 9 pp.

    26. Davis, O.K. 1992. Pollen analysis of CA-LAN-60, Los Angeles, California. Report to Statistical Research Inc., Tucson, Arizona. 10 pp.

    25. Davis, O.K. 1991. Preliminary pollen analysis of ethnobotanical samples from Grasshopper Pueblo. J. Welch, Anthropology Department, University of Arizona.

    24. Davis, O.K. and Kailey, J. 1990. Pollen analysis of a sediment core from Mono Lake, Mono County, California. Report to Brian White and Susan Rowgahni, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

    23. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of Pauba formation sediment. Report to Paul E. Langenwalter, Heritage Resource Consultants, P.O. Box 1674 La Mirada, CA. 2 p.

    22. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen and macrobotanical analysis of Sepulvede Pueblo samples. Report to Paul E. Langenwalter, II, Heritage Resource Consultants, P.O. Box 1674 La Mirada, CA. 10p.

    21. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of Hassayampa Preserve, Maricopa Co, Arizona. Report to The Natuare Conservancy, Hassayampa River Preserve, Box 1162, Wickenburg, Arizona 85385.

    20. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of Soda Lake, Carrizo Plain, California. Report to The Nature Conservancy, 785 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

    19. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen Analysis of Babocomari Archeological Samples. Report to G.H. Davis, Vice President for Business Affairs, University of Arizona.

    18. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of San Joaquin Marsh. pp. I1-I25 IN de Barros, P. and Koerper, H.C. (editors) "Final test investigation report and request for determination of eligibility for 23 sites along the San Joaquin Hills transportaion Corridor." Report by the Chambers Group, Inc., to Transportation Corridore Agencies, Costa Mesa, California.

    17. Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of archeological sites. pp. J1 - J37 IN de Barros, P. and Koerper, H.C. (editors) "Final test investigation report and request for determination of eligibility for 23 sites along the San Joaquin Hills transportaion Corridor." Report by The Chambers Group, Inc., to Transportation Corridore Agencies, Costa Mesa, California.

    16. Davis, O.K. 1989. Pollen analysis of two archeological sites at El Portal, Yosemite National Park, Appendix F In: L.M. Riley, (ed.) Archeological investigations in the Merced River Canyon: Report of the 1983 El Portal Archeological Project. Yosemite Research Center Publications in Anthropology No. 3.

    15. Davis, O.K. 1989. Preliminary pollen analysis of sediment from Palm Lake, Hassayampa Preserve. Report submitted to Holly Richter, Preserve Manager, Hassayampa River Preserve The Nature Conservency.

    14. Davis, O.K. 1989. Preliminary pollen analysis of snow samples from California and Wyoming. Report submitted to Roger Bales, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona.

    13. Davis, O.K. 1988. Pollen analysis of Soda Lake, Carrizo Plain, California. Submitted to The Nature Conservancy 785 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94103.

    12. Moratto, M.J. and Davis, O.K. 1988. Paleoenvironment. Chapter 2. pp. 39-86 In: Moratto, M.J., J.D. Tordoff, and L.H. Shoup. Culture Change in the central Sierra Nevada 8000 B.C. - A.D. 1950. Final Report of the New Melones Archeological Project. Volume IX. Submitted to the National Park Service, Washington D.C. 626 pp.

    11. Davis, O.K. and Miksicek, C.H. 1988. Pollen, charred seeds, and wood charcoal from FRE-64. Report submitted to Chambers Group, Santa Anna California. 20 pp.

    10. Miksicek, C.H. and Davis, O.K. 1988. Historic plant remains from site MS1 - a farmstead in Orange County, California. Report submitted to Chambers Group, Santa Anna California. 31 pp.

    9. Davis, O.K. and Miksicek, C.H. 1988. Pollen, charred seeds, and wood charcoal from the Redbank-Fancher Creeks project. Report submitted to Chambers Group, Santa Anna California. 31 pp.

    8. Moratto, M.J. (P.I.), Davis, O.K. et al. 1988. Archaeological excavations at site CA-FRE-1671, Fresno County, California: Final Report. Submitted to California Department of Transportation, 1352 West Olive Ave., Fresno, CA 93728.

    7. Davis, O.K. and Miksicek, C.H. 1988. Archeobotanical Analyses. pp. N.1-N.6 in: Michael J. Moratto (P.I.) Archaeological excavations at site CA-FRE-1671, Fresno County, California: Final Report. Submitted to California Department of Transportation.

    6. Davis, O.K. and Miksicek, C.H. 1988. Macrofossil analysis of CA-FRE-1671. pp. M.1-M.6 in: Michael J. Moratto (P.I.) Archaeological excavations at site CA-FRE-1671, Fresno County, California: Final Report. Submitted to California Department of Transportation.

    5. Davis, O.K. and Miksicek, C.H. 1987. Plant Remains from Archaeological sites in the Elk Creek Drainage, southern Oregon. pp. B1-B12 In: R.M. Pettigrew and C.G. Lebow (eds.) Data recovery at sites 35JA27, 35JA59, and 35JA100, Elk Creek Lake Project, Jackson County, Oregon. INFOTEC Research Inc. Report PNW87-7.

    4. Davis, O.K. 1987. Palynological evidence for historic juniper invasion in central Arizona. pp. 120-124 In: R.L. Everett (ed.). Proceedings of the Westwide Pinyon-Juniper Conference. USDA Forest Service Gen. Techn. Rept. INT-215.

    3. Davis, O.K. 1987. Late-Quaternary Environments of the western Sierra: pollen and plant macrofossil analysis of Dinkey and Exchequer Meadows. Research Report distributed by Theodoratus Cultural Research Inc., Fair Oaks, California 95628.

    2. Davis, O.K. and Bright, R.C. 1983. Late-Pleistocene vegetation history of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site. pp. 162-171, In: O.D. Markham, ed. Ecological Studies of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site Progress Report. ID-12098. National Techn. Inform. Serv., Springfield, VA.

    1. Bright, R.C., Davis, O.K., and Eikum, B.K. 1978. Paleontology of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site. pp. 209 - 218 In: O.D. Markham, ed. Ecological Studies of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site Progress Report. ID-12087. National Techn. Inform. Serv., Springfield, VA.


ABSTRACTS OF TALKS AT MEETINGS:
    109. Davis, O.K., Logan, J., Wicks, R., and Eastoe, C. 2005. Twentiety-century vegetation change in the American Southwest. AASP 38th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO Sept. 18-21.

    108. Palacios-Fest, M.R., Homburg, J.A., Davis, Owen K., Brevik, E.C. and Wigand, P.E. 2005. Mid- to Late-Holocene paleoclimate change in Ballona Lagoon, Southern California and its effects on human adaptation. National GSA Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah. October 16-19, 2005. Abstract ID#: 96486. vol. 37 no. 7.

    107. Davis, O.K., Eastoe, C., Aldern, J. and Robbins, N. 2005. Preliminary pollen analysis of Sentenac Cienega, San Diego Co., CA. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences. 49th Annual Meeting, April 9, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    106. Davis, O.K. 2004. Palynological records of Neogene climate and vegetation from interior western North American sites: an historical overview. IX-IPC July 4-9, Granada, Spain.

    105. Shuman, B., Williams, J., Anderson, P., Bartlein, P., Brubaker, L., Davis, O., Gajewski, K., Minckley, T., Sawada, M., Webb, T., Whitmore, J. 2004. Modern-pollen-climate relationships and inferred paleoclimatic patterns in the Unites States and Canada. IX-IPC July 4-9, Granada, Spain.

    104. Williams, J., Shuman, B., Anderson, P., Bartlein, P., Brubaker, L., Davis, O., Gajewski, K., Minckley, T., Sawada, M., Webb, T., Whitmore, J. 2004. Modern pollen-vegetationrelationships in the United States and Canada. IX-IPC July 4-9, Granada, Spain.

    103. Davis, O.K. 2003. The early-middle Pleistocene transition in the North American northern Great Basin. AASP 36th Annual Meeting, Oct. 5-8 St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada.

    102. Davis, O.K. 2003. Preliminary analysis of the late Pleistocene lake sediments deposited in Barringer Crater, Coconino County, Arizona. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences 47th Annual Meeting, April 12, Flagstaff, Arizona.

    101. Pope, Kevin O., Byrd, B.O., Reddy, S.N. and Davis, O.K. 2002. Coastal Evolution and Early Human Settlement in Southern California. Association of American Geographers 99th Annual Meeting, March 4 8, 2003, New Orleans, LA.

    100. Davis, O.K. 2002. Fungal spores from coprolites, a means of detecting herbivore density. Joint meeting of BMS, NAMS and AASP, University College, London, England, September 11 13, 2002.

    99. Davis, O.K. 2002. Aspects of prehistoric irrigation canals in Arizona . Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences 46th Annual Meeting, April 6, Glenndale, AZ.

    98. Davis, O.K. 2001. Two pollen records from southern Arizona and northern Sonora. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences 45th Annual Meeting, April 14, Las Vegas, NV.

    97. Davis, O.K. 2000. The Response of Eastern Sierra Nevada Vegetation to OIS Terminations I And II: a Palynological Tale of Two Deglaciations. National GSA Meeting, Nov. 13-16, 2000, Reno, Nevada.

    96. Davis, O.K., Mack, M, Bader, N. and Woolfenden, W. 2000. Development of the American Mojave Desert OIS stages 6-1. 10th International Pollen Conference, June 23-30, 2000, Nanjing China.

    95. Davis, O.K. 2000. Long Terrestrial Records of Climate and Vegetation Change from Western North America. 10th International Pollen Conference, June 23-30, 2000, Nanjing China.

    94. Byrd, B.F., Davis, O.K., and Pope, K.O. 2000. Diachronic Trends in Human Adaptation: Reconstructing a 9000 Year Paleoenvironmental Record for the Lower Las Flores Creek on Camp Pendleton. Society for California Archaeology, Annual Meetings, April, 2000.

    93. Davis, O.K. 1999. Steno Dokuchaev and Dimbleby: the Stratigraphy of Soils. Pollen. AASP 31th Annual Meeting, Oct. 26-30 Savannah, GA.

    92. Davis, O.K. 1998. The Problems with "Cheno-am" Chenopodiineae, or "Chenopodium-type" Pollen.AASP 30th Annual Meeting, Oct. 27-31 Ensenada, MX

    91. Davis, O.K. 1998. The Interpretation of Chenopodiaceae-amaranthus Pollen in Diagrams from Western North America. AASP 30th Annual Meeting, Oct. 27-31 Ensenada, MX

    90. Woolfenden, W. B. and Davis, O.K. 1998. Environments and timing of the Last Interglaciation. . National GSA session 113, Abstracts and Programs vol. 30.

    89. Davis, O.K. The role of changing fire frequency in the vegetation history of the American Southwest. Fire History Workshop, Univ. Arizona, Dec. 11, 1997.

    88. Davis, O.K. Internet Resources Available to Palynologists. AASP 29th Annual Meeting, Sept. 14-16 Woods Hole, MA.

    87. Davis, O.K. Critical Events in the History (and Future) of the American Southwest. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences 39th Annual Meeting, April 19, Las Vegas, NV.

    86. Davis, O.K. Changing Environments on the Southern California Coast: Pollen Indicators. "New Perspectives" Feb. 12, 1997. Univ. California, Northridge, Calif.,

    85. Davis, O.K. Humans and fire in prehistoric wetlands: corn pollen and charcoal in marsh sediments from the American Southwest. 9th International Pollen Conference, June 23-27, 1996, Houston, Texas.

    84. Davis, O.K. Orbital tuning of a 1.5 million year pollen record from a mid-lake core, Great Salt Lake, Utah, U.S.A. 9th International Pollen Conference, June 23-27, 1996, Houston, Texas.

    83. Leavitt, S.W., Farrell, M.R. and Davis, O.K. Age and isotopic variation in a Holocene layered desert tufa deposit from Picacho Peak, Arizona. 14th AMQUA, May. 20-22, 1996, Flagstaff, AZ.

    82. Davis, O.K. and Moutoux, T.E. 1996. Quaternary of the Eastern Great Basin: Palynology of the Great Salt Lake. 14th AMQUA Meeting, May. 20-22, 1996, Flagstaff, AZ.

    81. Davis, O.K. 1995. Pre-Columbian human impact on the wetlands of the Southwestern U.S.A. AASP 28th Annual Meeting, Oct. 10-14. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

    80. Minckley, T.E. and Davis, O.K. Eastoe, C.J., Long, A., and Blinn, D.W.1995. Preliminary analysis of environmental indicators from the M&M mastodon site, Prescott National Forest, Yavapai County, Arizona. Arizona-Nevada Acad. Sciences 38th annual meeting, Flagstaff, AZ. p.41

    79. Davis, O.K. 1994. The Late Pleistocene development of sagebrush steppe in the eastern Great Basin. AASP 27th Annual Meeting, Nov. 1-5, 1994, College Station, Texas.

    78. Davis, O.K. and Pitblado, B.L. 1994. Late Glacial aridity in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Climate Change in the Four Corners and Adjacent Regions. Sept. 12-14, 1994, Grand Junction Colo.

    77. Dai, Kaimei, Davis, O.K., Parks, J., Dean, J.S., and Kalin, R.M. 1994. Radiocarbon dating of buried trees and climatic change in west-central Oklahoma. 15th International Radiocarbon Conf. Glasgow, Scotland Aug 15-19, 1994.

    76. Moutoux, T. and Davis, O.K. 1994. Neogene through Pleistocene paleoclimate of the Great Salt Lake region, Northeastern Great Basin, U.S.A. 11th Annual PACLIM Conf. Apr. 19-22, Pacific Grove, CA.

    75. Davis, O.K. 1993. The contemporary pollen rain of Arid Western U.S.A. AASP 26th Annual Meeting, Oct. 23-29, 1993. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

    74. Davis, O.K. T.E. Moutoux, A.S. Cohen, R.A. Johnson, and C.G. Chase. 1993. Preliminary pollen analysis of Neogene Sediment of the Great Salt Lake, U.S.A. AASP 26th Annual Meeting, Oct. 23-29, 1993. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

    73. Davis, O.K. 1993. The impact of climatic change on available moisture in arid lands: Examples from the American Southwest. Diachronic Climatic Impact on Water Resources. October 17-23. Iraklio, Crete.

    72. Davis, O.K. 1993. Paleohydrology of the southwest U.S.A. 700 - 1350 A.D. 13th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. July 29 - August 5. Mexico City, Mexico.

    71. Davis, O.K. 1992. Floral and vegetational history of Mediterranean Climate Regions. 8th International Pollen Conference, Sept. 6-12, 1992, Aix-en-Provence, France.

    70. Davis, O.K. 1992. Extra-tropical Paleoclimates in the Western Hemisphere. 8th International Pollen Conference, Sept. 6-12, 1992, Aix-en-Provence, France.

    69. Davis, O.K. 1992. Pollen Analysis of Archeological Sites. 8th International Pollen Conference, Sept. 6-12, 1992, Aix-en-Provence, France.

    68. Davis, O.K. 1992. Holocene climatic change in western USA: A solar Pacemaker? ANAS-AAAS, Southwestern & Rocky Mountain, Joint Meeting. May 17-21, Tucson, Arizona.

    67. Davis, O.K. 1992. A solar pacemaker for rapid climate change. 12th AMQUA Meeting, Aug. 24-26, 1992, Davis, CA.

    66. Kalin, R.M. and Davis, O.K. 1991. Radiocarbon fluctuations during the Medieval Warm Period and calibration to calendar time. Workshop Medieval Warm Period, Nov. 5-8, Tucson, AZ.

    65. Davis, O.K. De Lanoise, J.L., and Kalin, R.M. 1991. The effects of rapid climate events including the Medieval Warm Period, on winter and summer precipitation in Southwstern U.S. Workshop Medieval Warm Period, Nov. 5-8, Tucson, AZ.

    64. Davis, O.K. 1991. Timing an magnitude of Holocene aridification estimated from the -14C Chronology, Milankovitch cycles, and pollen surface samples. National GSA, Oct. 21-24, 1991, San Diego, CA

    63. Davis, O.K. 1991. Timing and causes of climatic events in California's past. AASP. Oct. 21-24, San Diego, CA

    62. Kalin, R.M., and Davis, O.K. 1991. Global evidence of climatic change driven by a ca. 2400 year solar cycle evident in the 14C record. Chapman Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

    61. Long, A., and Davis, O.K. 1991. Separation and 14C dating of pure pollen from lake sediments. Radiocarbon Conference. May 20-24, Tucson, AZ.

    60. Davis, O.K. 1991. Radiocarbon anomalies and late Holocene climatic change in coastal southern California. Radiocarbon Conference. May 20-24, Tucson, AZ.

    59. Davis, O.K. and De Lanoise, J.L. 1991. Rapid climatic change in coastal southern California inferred from Pollen Analysis of San Joaquin Marsh. 56th Annual Meeting Society American Archeology. April 23-28, New Orleans.

    58. Davis, O.K. 1991. Sporormiella: An indicator of the Clovis-Folsom Biomass Collapse? 56th Annual Meeting Society American Archeology. April 23-28, New Orleans.

    57. Lund, S. and Davis, O.K. 1991. Paleomagnetic chronology of Holocene climatic change in California. 8th Annual PACLIM Conference. March 10-13, Pacific Grove, California.

    56. Davis, O.K. 1991. A pollen record of late Holocene climatic change in coastal southern California. 8th Annual PACLIM Conference. March 10-13, Pacific Grove, California.

    55. Davis, O.K. 1991. Preliminary Analylsis of a Database of Modern Pollen Samples from Western North America. Arizona-Nevada Academy Sci. April 20, Flagstaff, AZ.

    54. Zielinski, G.A. and Davis, O.K. 1990. Delineation of a regional paleoclimatic boundary across the Sierra Nevada. Abstr. # 23696. National GSA, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1990, Dallas, TX.

    53. Davis, O.K. 1990. Climatic change in "Youngar Dryas" time in western North America. AASP. October 10-12, Banff, Canada.

    52. Davis, O.K. 1990. Climate and vegetation of the Sonoran desert during the last deglaciation: a mini-pluvial and less equability. Arizona-Nevada Academy Sci. Apr. 21, Tempe, AZ.

    51. West, G.J. and Davis, O.K., and Wallace, W. 1990. "Environmental background Tulare Lake, CA." Society of American Archeologists Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona. April, 1990.

    50. Davis, O.K. 1989. Holocene analogs for the effects of greenhouse warming on southern California and Arizona. Abstr. # 19841. National GSA, Nov. 6-9, 1989, St. Louis, MO.

    49. Davis, O.K. 1989. The Quaternary History of the Gran Desierto, Sonora, Mexico. 3rd Workshop IGCP 252. Proceedings.

    48. Lock, B.E., Davis, O.K., Cutler, A., and Sinitiere, S.M. 1988. Pleistocene sands of the Colorado Delta, Sonora, Mexico. 2nd International Research Symposium on Clastic Tidal Deposits. AAPG-SEPM, Univ. Calgary, Canada. Aug. 22-25, 1989.

    47. Davis, O.K. 1989. Report of Activities by North and South American Members. 3rd Workshop IGCP 252. Proceedings.

    46. Davis, O.K. 1989. The AASP Data Committe Palydisk Series. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 18-21, Tulsa, Oklahoma

    45. Davis, O.K. 1989. Holocene pollen analysis, coastal southern California. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 18-21, Tulsa, Oklahoma

    44. Davis, O.K. 1989. Paleoenvironmental research in the Gran Desierto de Altar. 2nd Workshop IGCP 252. Proceedings.

    43. Davis, O.K. 1988. Patterns and rates of vegetation change in western North America during historic and prehistoric times. Science in the National Parks, National Park Service Nov. 16. Tucson, Arizona.

    42. Davis, O.K. 1988. Sources of pollen clumps found in archeological samples. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. November 10-12, Houston, Texas.

    41. Lock, B.E., Davis, O.K., Cutler, A., and Sinitiere, S.M. 1988. Pleistocene sands of the Colorado Delta, Sonora, Mexico. II Symposium on Geology and Mineral Deposits of Sonora. November 6-8, 1988.

    40. Palacios-Fest, M., Cohen, A.S., and Davis, O.K. 1988. The impact of upstream impoundments on sediment accumulation in the distributary channels of the Colorado River Delta. II Symposium on Geology and Mineral Deposits of Sonora. November 6-8, 1988.

    39. Shafer, D.S. and Davis, O.K. 1988. Post-glacial environmental Change in the San Luis Valley, South-central Colorado, as interpreted from pollen and plant macrofossil records. Abstr. # 4786. National GSA Meeting Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 1988, Denver, CO.

    38. Davis, O.K. 1988. Report of Activities by North and South American members. IGCP 252. 2nd Annual Scientific Reports p. 27.

    37. Davis, O.K. 1988. Paleoclimatic research in the Sonoran Desert of North America. IGCP 252. 2nd Annual Scientific Reports p. 26.

    36. Davis, O.K. 1988. Caves as sources of palynological information in arid regions. 7th IPC, Aug. 28 - Sept 2, Brisbane, Australia.

    35. Davis, O.K., Anderson, R.S., and Cole, K.L. 1988. Westward displacement of the Sierra Nevada biogeographic boundary during the Last Glacial Termination. ESA Meeting Aug. 14 - 18, Davis, California.

    34. Davis, O.K. 1988. Intervals of Global Climatic Change During the Late Holocene. AMQUA Meeting. June 6-8, Amhurst, Mass.

    33. Davis, O.K. 1988. Trans-Sierran Climatic Contrasts During the Last 12,000 years. 5th Annual PACLIM Conference. March 20-24, Pacific Grove, California.

    32. Davis, O.K. 1987. Regionalization of climatic change in western North America. NATO Advanced Research Workshop November 15-19, Oracle, Arizona.

    31. Davis, O.K. 1987. Late Quaternary global temperature change versus seasonal precipitation change in the western U.S. Abstr. # 141487 National GSA Meeting Oct. 26-29, 1987, Phoenix, AZ.

    30. Shafer, D.S. and Davis, O.K. 1987. Paleoecologic and paleoclimatic analysis of late Quaternary sediments from Montezuma well, Yavapai County, Arizona. abstr. #130792 National GSA Meeting Oct. 26-29, 1987, Phoenix, AZ.

    29. Newton, M.S., Lund, S.P. and Davis, O.K. 1987. Magnetostratigraphy of sediment cores from Mono Lake, CA and dating of Holocene climatic events. abstr. #126231 National GSA Meeting Oct. 26-29, 1987, Phoenix, AZ.

    28. Long, A. and Davis, O.K. 1987. Impact of Increasing Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide on Urban and Rural Economies of Arizona. Conference on Science and Public Policy. New Orleans May 28, 29, 1987.

    27. Davis, O.K. 1987. Caves as sources of paleoenvironmental information in arid regions. XII INQUA. Ottawa, Canada. July 31 - Aug. 9.

    26. Davis, O.K. 1986. The effects of seasonal insolation on the history of the Arizona monsoon. American Anthropological Association Meetings. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December 17-20.

    25. Davis, O.K. 1986. A late glacial pluvial maximum, the history of the Arizona monsoon, and the astronomical theory of climatic change. AMQUA Abstracts, Ninth Meeting June 2-4, Champaign, Illinois.

    24. Davis, O.K. 1986. Palynological evidence for juniper invasion in central Arizona. Westwide Pinyon Juniper Conference, U.S. Forest Service, January 13-16, Reno, Nevada.

    23. Davis, O.K. 1985. Quantitative precipitation values derived from pollen dissimilarity coefficients and the astronomical climatic index. 18th Annual Meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 16-19, El Paso, Texas.

    22. Anderson, R.S., Davis, O.K., and Betancourt, J.L. 1985. Quantitative evaluations of the pollen contained in packrat (Neotoma) middens. 18th Annual Meeting, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 16-19, El Paso, Texas.

    21. Davis, O.K., Agenbroad, L.D., Mead, J.I., Martin, P.S., and Anderson, R.S. 1985. Diet and Environment of the Extinct Mammoths from Bechan Cave, Utah. 61st Annual Meeting, Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division, AAAS. March 19-23, Tucson, Arizona.

    20. Davis, O.K. 1985. An early Holocene Pluvial in the Southwest? Arizona/Nevada Academy of Science Meetings, April 27, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    19. Davis, O.K. and Anderson, R.S. 1984. Late Pleistocene vegetation and climate of the western United States: an astronomical null hypothesis. 17th Annual Meeting American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists. October 17-20, Arlington, Virginia.

    18. Davis, O.K. and Anderson, R.S. 1984. Pollen Analysis of Neotoma deposits from southwestern Arizona. 37th Annual Symposium on Southwestern Geology and Paleontology. September 15, Flagstaff, Arizona.

    17. Davis, O.K. 1984. Late Holocene vegetation change at low elevation in central Arizona: human and climatic causes. Sixth International Palynological Conference. Aug. 26-Sept. 1, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

    16. Davis, O.K. 1984. The astronomical theory of climatic change predicts multiple thermal maxima during the Holocene. AMQUA Meeting. August 13-15, Boulder, Colorado.

    15. Anderson, R.S., Davis, O.K., and others. 1984. Pollen and macrofossil analysis from Balsam Meadow, southern Sierra Nevada Mountains, California. AMQUA Meeting. August 13-15, Boulder, Colorado.

    14. Agenbroad, L.D., Mead, J.I., Martin, P.S., and Davis, O.K. 1984.Chronology and diet of Mammuthus from Eurasia and temperate North America. 27th International Geological Congress, August 4-14. Moscow, USSR.

    13. Agenbroad, L.D., Mead, J.I., Martin, P.S., and Davis, O.K. 1984. A Late Pleistocene record of the habitat and diet of Mammuthus from Bechan Cave, Utah. Cordilleran Section, GSA Meeting, May 30 - June 1, Anchorage, Alaska.

    12. Davis, O.K. 1984. Pollen Analysis of Pecks Lake: historic and prehistoric human disturbance of Verde Valley Vegetation. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Meeting. April 7, Tucson, Arizona.

    11. Agenbroad, L.D., Bolen, C.W., Mead, J.I., Martin, P.S., and Davis, O.K. 1983. A repository of paleontological and paleoecological information. 36th Annual Symposium on Southwestern Geology and Paleontology. Sept. 3, Flagstaff, Arizona.

    10. Betancourt, J.L., and Davis, O.K. 1983. Late Quaternary vegetation and climate in SE Utah. Cordilleran Section, GSA Meeting. May 2-4, Salt Lake City, Utah.

    9. Davis, O.K. 1983. Sagebrush steppe was more widespread during the last glaciation. Northwest Scientific Assoc. Meeting. March 24-26, Olympia, Washington.

    8. Agenbroad, L.D., Mead, J.I., and Davis, O.K. 1983. A late Pleistocene mastodon (Mammut americanum) from Pinal County. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Meeting. April 16, Flagstaff, Arizona.

    7. Davis, O.K. 1982. Late-Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation history of the INEL. Radiology-Ecology Symposium. Aug. 26-27, Jackson Lake Lodge, Wyoming.

    6. Davis, O.K. 1980. Continuum and typal models for vegetation paleoecology in the northern Great Basin. Ecological Society of America Meetings. Aug. 3-8, Tucson, Arizona.

    5. Davis, O.K. 1979. The relationship of pollen rain to vegetation patterns in an arid western mountain range. Ecological Society of America Meetings. Aug. 12-17, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

    4. Bright, R.C., Davis, O.K., and Eikum, B.K. 1978. Paleontology of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Radiology-Ecology Symposium Jackson, Wyoming.

    3. Baker, F.A., Davis, O.K. and others. 1978. Pollination ecology of the Eastern dwarf mistletoe. American Phytopathological Meetings. St. Paul, Minnesota.

    2. Davis, O.K. 1975. Pollen analysis of Wildcat Lake, Whitman County, Washington: The introduction of grazing. Northwest Sci. Assoc. Meetings. May 27-29, Ellensburg, WA.

    1. Davis, O.K. 1974. Pollen analysis of Wildcat Lake, Whitman County, Washington: The fungal spores. American Association Stratigraphic Palynologists Meetings. Oct. 16-19, Calgary, Alberta.


THESES/DISSERTATIONS:

      DISSERTATION OR THESIS DIRECTOR

    Anderson, R.S. 1987. Late-Quaternary environments of the Sierra Nevada, California. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Bader, N. E. 1999. Pollen analysis of Death Valley Core DV93-1: A closeup of Marine Oxyten istotpe stage 6 and Glacial Termination II. M.S. Pre-publication Manuscript , University of Arizona.

    De Lanoise, J.L. 1992. Pollen analysis of San Luis Lake, Alamosa County, Colorado. MS Thesis, University of Arizona.

    Fouty, S.K. 1988. Paleoclimatic implications of chloride profiles: applications for toxic waste disposal and long-term ground water protection, Whisky Flat ant Beatty, Nevada. University of Arizona.

    Jacobs, B.F. 1983. Past vegetation and climate of the Mogollon Rim Area, Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Moutoux, T.E.1995. Palynological and tephra correlations among deep wells in the Modern Great Salt Lake, Utah, U.S.A. M.S. Thesis. 30 pp.

    Mack, M. R. 1999. 113 Ky Record of Environmental Change in the Southern Great Basin Inferred from Palynological Analysis of Salt Core DV93-1, Death Valley, California. M.S. Thesis University of Arizona.

    O'Rourke, M.K. 1986. The implications of atmospheric pollen rain for fossil pollen profiles in the arid southwest. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Shafer, D.S. 1989. The timing of late Quaternary monsoon precipitation maxima in the southwest United States. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Trout, M.K. 2003. Vegetation history of San Elijo Lagoon, California. U.S.A. MS Prepublication, University of Arizona. 21 pp.

    Woolfenden, W.S. 1996. Late-Quaternary vegetation hsitory of the southern Owens Valley region, Inyo County, California. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

      COMMITTEE MEMBER

    Adams, K.R. 1988. The ethnobotany and phenology of plants in and adjacent to two riparian habitats in southeastern Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Betancourt, J.L. 1983. Late Quaternary vegetation and climate in the Canyonlands of southeastern Utah. M.S. thesis, University of Arizona.

    Brown, R.B. 1984. The paleoecology of the northern frontier of Meso America. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Cassiliano, M.L. Paleoecology and taphonomy of vertebrate faunas form the Anza-Borrego Desert of California. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Della Croce, Tony. 1995. Zhoukoudian: A synthesis of research to date. M.S. Thesis, University of Arizona.

    Danzer, Steven J. 1996. Vegetative and environmental characteristics of high elevation riparian communities in the mountains of Southeastern Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Demko, T.M. 1995. Taphonomy of fossil plants in the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.

    Dilly, T. E. 1998. Late Quaternary loess stratigraphy soils, and environments of the Shaw Creek Flats paleoindian sites, Tanana Valley, Alaska. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona.197 p.

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    Kowalewski, M.J. 1996. Quantitative taphonomy, ecology, and paleoecology of shelly invertebrates from the intertidal environments of the Colorado River Delta, Northeastern Baja California, Mexico. 348 p.

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M.S. WITHOUT THESIS:
    Robert Kalin, Charles Miksicek, Crystal Morris


IN PROGRESS
    Simone Alin, Jeff Baker, Maria L. S. DeCarpentier, Nathan English, Eric Kaldahl, Kris Kerry, Mirriam Mack, Art MacWilliams, Brian McKee, Catherine O'Riley, Dena Smith, Michelle Stevens, Donna Surge.


TEACHING:

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY

Geos 101 Physical Geology
     Spr 96, Fall 97

Geos 210 (110) Environmental Geology
     Fall 98, 99

Geos 462/562 Introduction to Quaternary Ecology
      Fall 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05
      Spr 95, 96, 97, 98, 99

Geos 481/581 Quaternary Palynology and Macrofossils
     Spr 88, 90, 91, 92, 95, 01, 02, 04

Geos 596w Palynology Seminar
     Fall 82, 99 Spr 82, 85, 86, 88, 96, 97

Nats 104 Life on Earth
     Fall 00, 01, 03
     Spr 02, 03, 04, 05


OTHER COURSES (OCCASIONAL, OR TEAM-TAUGHT):

The Dynamic Earth and Human Affairs: Spr 84, Spr 88
Environmental Education: Spr 82
Biogeography: Spr 84
Limnology Seminar: Spr 95, Fall 98, Spr 99
Paleoecology Seminar: Spr 82, Fall 86
Geochronology Seminar: Fall 85
Stratigraphy & Paleontology: Spr 98


CURATORIAL DUTIES:

    Collection Value $
    Pollen and Spore Collection 53,000
    Macrofossil Teaching Collection 5,040
    Wood Fossils 11,000
    Plant Cuticles 52,959
    Fern Spores 27,500
    Pollen Photographs 22,000