Southeastern Section - 54th Annual Meeting (March 17–18, 2005)
Session No. 6 Thursday, March 17, 2005
8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Bayview Hotel at the Grand Casino Resort: Grand Ballroom D

Sedimentary Geology and Paleontology (Posters)

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6-117A SEVERAL CENTURY RECORD OF LOW OXYGEN CONDITIONS FROM A SEDIMENT CORE ON THE LOUISIANA CONTINENTAL SHELF: OSTERMAN, Lisa E., U. S. Geol Survey, MS 926A, Reston, VA 20192, osterman@usgs.gov, POORE, Richard Z., U. S. Geol Survey, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701, SWARZENSKI, Peter W., U.S. Geol Survey, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, and HOLLANDER, David J., Marine Science, Univ of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
6-218SIGNIFICANCE AND VARIATION IN d13C AND d18O ACROSS SURFACES OF SUBAERIAL EXPOSURE IN ORDOVICIAN LIMESTONES OF THE NASHVILLE DOME, TN: PURDIN, Bethany J.1, RAILSBACK, L. Bruce2, HOLLAND, Steven M.2, and CROWE, Douglas E.3, (1) Department of Geology, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA 30606, eve6570@uga.edu, (2) Geology, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602, (3) Department of Geology, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
6-319SEDIMENTATION IN VESICLES: INTERPRETATION OF GEOPETAL FABRICS IN AMYGDALOIDAL AGATES: HOLLOWAY, Jake L., Geosciences, State Univ of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118, tchowns@westga.edu and CHOWNS, Timothy M.
6-420EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BIVALVE SHELL DISSOLUTION RATES AT VARYING WATER TEMPERATURES: BITTING, Kelsey S., Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vanderbilt Univ, VU Sta. B #350550, Nashville, TN 37235, k.bitting@vanderbilt.edu and MILLER, Molly, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vanderbilt Univ, VU Sta, B #351805, Nashville, TN 37235
6-521NATICID GASTROPOD DRILLING PREDATION ON MERCENARIA: ARE TEMPORAL PATTERNS IN THE NEOGENE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTALLY CONTROLLED?: LEWIS, Rene A., KELLEY, Patricia H., COOKE, Kimberly A., and BJORKLAND, Erick J., Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC 28403, ral8486@uncw.edu
6-622MURDER MYSTERY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE: PROVENANCE ANALYSIS OF NATURAL SEDIMENT RECOVERED FROM HUMAN REMAINS AND ITS ROLE IN A HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION AND CRIMINAL TRIAL: FREDERICK, Daniel L., Department of Geology and Geography, Austin Peay State Univ, P. O Box 4418, Clarksville, TN 37044, frederickd@apsu.edu and DEIBERT, Jack E., Department of Geology and Geography, Austin Peay State Univ, P.O. Box 4418, Clarksville, TN 37044
6-723PHOSPHATIC CONCRETIONS AND ICHNOFOSSIL PRESERVATION IN CRETACEOUS MARINE SHELF DEPOSITS, RIPLEY FORMATION, CENTRAL ALABAMA: HALL, Jonathan T. and SAVRDA, Charles, Department of Geology and Geography, Auburn Univ, 210 Petrie Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36830, halljt1@auburn.edu
6-824ANATOMY OF THE SKULL AND BRAINCASE OF A NEW DEINOSUCHUS RUGOSUS SPECIMEN FROM THE BLUFFTOWN FORMATION, RUSSELL COUNTY, ALABAMA: KNIGHT, Terrell K., Geology and Geography, Auburn Univ, 210 Petrie Hall, Auburn, AL 36849-5305, knightk@auburn.edu and SCHWIMMER, David R., Chemistry & Geology, Columbus State Univ, 4225 University Ave, Columbus, GA 31907
6-925HOW MANY OSSICLES DO BLASTOIDS AND OTHER ECHINODERMS ACTUALLY HAVE?: SUMRALL, Colin, Earth and Planetary Science, The Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, csumrall@utk.edu and WATERS, Johnny A., Geology, Appalachian State Univ, Boone, NC 28608
6-1026DRILLING GASTROPOD PREDATION ON CREPIDULA FORNICATA ON THE U.S. EAST COAST: LATITUDINAL VARIATION IN RECENT SAMPLES AND COMPARISON TO THE FOSSIL RECORD: COOKE, Kimberly, KELLEY, Patricia, LEWIS, René, and BJORKLAND, Erick J., Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC 28403, kac9812@uncw.edu
6-1127BRACHIOPODS OF THE CONASAUGA FORMATION, MIDDLE CAMBRIAN OF NORTHWESTERN GEORGIA: A COMPILATION AND CORRELATION ACROSS THE CONTINENT: MONTANTE, William M., Marsh USA, Inc, 3475 Piedmont Rd. NE, Suite 1200, Atlanta, GA 30305, William.M.Montante@marsh.com and SCHWIMMER, David R., Chemistry & Geology, Columbus State Univ, 4225 University Ave, Columbus, GA 31907
6-1228CONTRIBUTION OF ALLOCHTHONOUS TRACEMAKERS TO STORM-BED ICHNOFABRICS: SAVRDA, Charles and COUNTS, John, Department of Geology and Geography, Auburn Univ, 210 Petrie Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849-5305, savrdce@auburn.edu
6-1329VARIATION IN TAPHONOMIC SIGNATURES AMONG MODERN OYSTER REEFS ACROSS AN ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERPRETING SEA-LEVEL RISE HISTORY: AGOBIAN, Jorge N.1, BRIDGES, Amanda C.1, COVENTRY-PAYNE, Laurie1, MARKLEY, Laura R.1, DAFROTA, Julianna K.1, ERCOLANI, Christian P.1, ERICKSON, Andrew R.1, SHAH, Bahar B.1, WOODRUFF, Amanda J.1, and SAVARESE, Michael2, (1) Marine Science, Florida Gulf Coast Univ, 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Ft. Myers, FL 33965, jnagobia@eagle.fgcu.edu, (2) Marine Science, Florida Gulf Coast Univ, 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Ft Myers, FL 33965
6-1430LITHOSTRATIGRAPHIC FRAMEWORK OF THE TANGLEWOOD BUILDUP, LEXINGTON LIMESTONE (UPPER ORDOVICIAN) OF THE BLUE GRASS REGION, CENTRAL KENTUCKY: CLEPPER, Marta1, ETTENSOHN, Frank R.2, and COATES, John2, (1) Department of Geological Sciences, Univ of Kentucky, 101 Slone, Lexington, KY 40506, mlclepper@hotmail.com, (2) Geological Sciences, Univ of Kentucky, 101 Slone, Lexington, KY 40506-0053

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