2005 Refereed Publications

EAES Journal Articles and Book Chapters, 2005

(Names of students in red; Names of Faculty in blue; Names of Postdoctoral Research Associates in green)

Argyilan E. P. , Forman S.L., Johnston J., Wilcox, D., 2005.  Optically stimulated luminescence dating of late Holocene raised strandline sequences adjacent to southern Lake Superior, Upper Peninsula, Michigan USA. Quaternary Research, 63: 122-135.

Behrensmeyer, A.K., Fürsich F.T., Gastaldo R.A., Kidwell S.M., Kosnik M.A., Kowalewski M., Plotnick R.E., Rogers R.R., Alroy J., 2005. Are the most durable shelly taxa also the most common in the fossil record? Paleobiology 31: 591-606.

Bohlke J.K., Sturchio N.C., Gu B., Horita J., Brown G.M., Jackson A., Batista J., Hatzinger P. 2005.  Perchlorate isotope forensics.  Analytical Chemistry 77: 7838-7842.

Booth R.K. Jackson S.T., Forman S.L., Bettis E.A. III, Kreig J., Wright D K., Kutzbach JE., 2005. A Severe Centennial-Scale Drought in Continental North America 4200 Years Ago. Holocene, 15(3): 321-328.

Clifford, S. M., Doran, P. T., Fisher, D. A., and Herd, C. D. K., 2005: Third Mars polar science special issue: Key questions, needed observations, and recommended investigations. Icarus, 174: 291-293.

Darnault C., Rockne K., Stevens A., Mansoori A., and Sturchio N. C., 2005.  Fate of environmental pollutants.  Water Environment Research 77: 2576-2658. 

DeLaughter J.E., Stein C.A., Stein S. 2005. Hotspots: a view from the swells, in Foulger, G. R., J. H. Natland, D. C. Presnall, and D. L. Anderson (eds.), Plates, plumes, and paradigms, Geol. Soc. Am. Sp. Paper 388: 257-278. doi: 10.1130/2005.2388(16).

Doran, P.T. , Priscu J.C., Lyons W.B. , Walsh J.E., Fountain A. G., McKnight D.M. , Moorhead D.L., Virginia R.A., Wall D.H., Clow G.D., Fritsen C.H., McKay C.P. and Parsons A.N., 2005. Comment on “El Nino suppresses Antarctic warming” by N. Bertler et al. Geophysical Research Letters Art. No. L07706.

Forman S.L., Marin L., Pierson J., Gomez J., Miller G.H., Webb R.S., 2005. Deciphering eolian depositional records from western Nebraska: Potential landscape response to megadroughts in the past 1500 years. Holocene, 15(7): 973-981.

French H.M., Demitroff M., Forman S.L., 2005. Late Pleistocene periglacial landscapes in the new Jersey Pine Barrens (Latitude 39 N), eastern USA. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 16: 173-186.

Guggenheim, S., 2005. Deer, Howie, and Zussman Rock-Forming Minerals, Sheet Silicates: Micas, by M.E. Fleet. In American Mineralogist, 90: 774-775.

Guggenheim, S., 2005. Simulations of Debye-Scherrer and Gandolfi patterns using a Bruker SMART/APEX diffractometer system. Bruker-AXS Application Notes Series, 1-8.

Honeycutt C.E., Plotnick. R., 2005. Mathematical analysis of Paleodictyon: a graph theory approach. Lethaia38:345-350.

Kenig F., Simons D.-J.H., Ventura G.T. , Crich D., Cowen J.P., Rehbein-Khalily T., 2005. Structure and distribution of branched-alkanes with quaternary carbon atoms in Cenomanian and Turonian black shales of Pasquia Hill ( Saskatchewan, Canada). Organic Geochemistry36: 117-138.

Krekeler, M.P.S., Hammerly, E., Rakovan, J, and Guggenheim, S., 2005. Microscopy studies of the palygorskite to smectite transformation. Clays and Clay Minerals, 53: 92-99.

Marin, L., Forman, S.L., Valdez, A., Bunch F., 2005.  20th Century dune movements Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Colorado and relation to drought variability. Geomorphology, 70: 163-183.

Moody C. D., Villar S.E.J., Edwards H.G.M., Hodgson D.A., Doran P.T., Bishop J.L., 2005. Biogeological Raman spectroscopic studies of Antarctic lacustrine sediments. Spectrochimica Acta Part a-Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 61: 2413-2417.

Park C., Fenter P., Sturchio N.C., Regalbuto J. R., 2005. Probing Outer-Sphere Adsorption of Aqueous Metal Complexes at the Oxide-Water Interface with Resonant Anomalous X-ray Reflectivity.  Physical Review Letters 94: 076104.

Patterson L. J., Sturchio N. C., Kennedy B. M., van Soest M.C., Sultan M.I., Lu Z.T., Lehmann B. E., Purtschert R., El Kaliouby B., Dawood Y., and Abdallah A.M, 2005.  Cosmogenic, radiogenic, and stable isotopic constraints on groundwater residence time in the Nubian Aquifer, Western Desert of Egypt. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. 6 (1), Q01005, doi:10.1029/2004GC000779.

Plotnick R., Koy K., 2005. Let us prey: simulations of grazing traces in the fossil record. GeoComputation 2005: 8 th International Conference on GeoComputation. Ann Arbor, Michigan - 3 August, 2005. (On CD).

Samson S.D., Nagy K.L., Cotton WB. 2005. Transient and quasi-steady-state dissolution of biotite at 22-25 degrees C in high pH, sodium, nitrate, and aluminate solutions
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69: 399-413.

Sano Y.,  Shirai K.,  Takahata N., Hirata T., Sturchio N.C., 2005.  Nano-SIMS analysis of Mg, Sr, Ba and U in natural calcium carbonate.  Analytical Sciences 21: 1091-1097.

Sinninghe Damsté J.S, Baas M., Geenvasen J.A.J., Kenig F., 2005. Structural identification of sedimentary C 21 and C 22 highly branched isoprenoid alkanes. Organic Geochemistry 36: 511-517.

Song W., Ford J.C., Li A., Sturchio N.C., Rockne K.J., Buckley D.R., Mills W.J., 2005.  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in the sediments of the Great Lakes. 3 - Lakes Ontario and Erie. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 5600-5605.

Song W., Li A., Ford J. C., Sturchio N.C.,  Buckley D.R.,  Rockne K.J., 2005.  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in the sediments of the Great Lakes. 2 - Lakes Michigan and Lake Huron.  Environmental Science and Technology 39: 3474-3479.

Von Herzen D.P., Davis E.E., Fisher A., Stein C. A., Pollack H.N., 2005. Comments on "Earth's heat flux revised and linked to chemistry" by A. M. Hofmeister and R.E. Criss, Tectonophysics, 409: 193-198.

Waples J.S., Nagy K.L., Aiken G.R., Ryan J.N. 2005. Dissolution of cinnabar (HgS) in the presence of natural organic matter. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69: 1575-1588.