LIST OF ABSTRACTS

 

ABSTRACTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO GEOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL MEETINGS:

 

* = undergraduate student

PRESENTED:

SANDY, M. R., PECKMANN, J., KIEL, S. 2010b. Fossil brachiopods from chemosynthesis-based environments: A review, p. 341. Abstracts, 3rd International

    Palaeontological Congress, Imperial College, University of London, England.

 

LAZAR, I., STOICA, M., ROBAN, R. D., SANDY, M. R. 2010c. Occurrence of the enigmatic brachiopod Peregrinella from hydrocarbon seep-suspect sites in 

    the Sinaia Formation, latest Hauterivian, Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania, p. 239. Abstracts, 3rd International Palaeontological Congress, Imperial

    College, University of London, England.

 

SANDY, M. R., ELHAMRI, S., DILLON, M. E. 2010d. Delivery and evolution of an integrated natural science sequence for non-science majors at the University of Dayton. Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education Conference, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio. March 2010

 

RECOB, M., SANDY, M. R. 2010e. Improving K-8 teachers’ science content knowledge: collaborations between the Dayton Challenger Learning Center and local university faculty. Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education Conference, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio. March 2010

 

SANDY, M.R., and BLODGETT, R. B. 2009a. A review of Mesozoic brachiopods and paleogeographic, paleoecological, and tectonic tools in terrane analysis in

    the Western Cordillera of North America (in particular Alaska and British Columbia). Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section Meeting, 105th Annual

    Meeting.

 

KIEL, S, PECKMANN, J., and SANDY, M. R. 2009b. Brachiopod-dominated Seeps of the Mesozoic. 4th  International Symposium on Chemosynthesis-Based Ecosystems - Hydrothermal Vents, Seeps and Other Reducing Habitats. June 29-July 3, 2009, Okinawa, Japan. Extremobiosphere Research Center, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology.

 

LAZAR, I, SANDY, M.R., and BLODGETT, R. B. 2009c. Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian) bivalve and brachiopod fauna from the Peninsular Terrane, southern Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska - paleobiogeographic signature and tectonic significance. Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section Meeting, 105th Annual Meeting.

 

SANDY, M. R., LAZAR, I., and BLODGETT, R. B. 2009d. Brachiopod-bivalve fauna from the Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian), Peninsular Terrane, southern Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska; taxonomy and paleobiogeographic significance. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts, Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions, No. 3, p. 244-245.

 

SANDY, M. R., WRIGHT, J., HOLLIDAY, C., and McKINNEY, F. K. 2009e. “Clam chowder, shark soup, and echinoderm sandwiches”. Virtual field trip to the highly fossiliferous Miocene of Lee Creek, Aurora, North Carolina. An inquiry-based paleontological activity that can be readily adapted for Early Childhood, Middle, AYA, or Undergraduate classes. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts, Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions, No. 3, p. 281.

 

LAZAR, I., GRIGORE, D., and SANDY, M. R. 2009f. Upper Jurassic brachiopod assemblages from the Haghimas Mountains (Eastern Carpathians, Romania) –

    taxonomy, paleoecology and paleobiogeographical significance. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts, Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific

    Contributions, No. 3, p. 206.

 

LAZAR, I., SANDY, M., GRIGORE, D., and PANAIOTU, C. 2009g. Taxonomy, paleoecology and paleobiogeographical significance of the Lacunosella brachiopod assemblage from Upper Jurassic of Hasmas Mountains (Eastern Carpathians, Romania). 8th Symposium  of I.G.C.P. 506, Marine and non-marine Jurassic: correlation and major geological events, Abstracts and Field Guide, pp. 20-21.

 

GRIGORE, D., STOICA, M., LAZAR, I., SANDY, M., and GHEUCA, I. 2009h. Late Jurassic fossil assemblages from the Ghilcos Mountains (Eastern Carpathians, Romania); an exquisite paleontological site. 8th Symposium  of I.G.C.P. 506, Marine and non-marine Jurassic: correlation and major geological events, Abstracts and Field Guide, p. 15.

 

TOMLIN, J., SANDY, M. R., and GRUSHON, M. 2008. Sustainable partnerships for improving STEM Education. National Network for Educational Renewal Annual Meeting, University of Arlington, Texas.

 

*HILS, J. M., and SANDY, M. R. 2007d. Identification of fossil brachiopods from the Jurassic of Jordan, Middle East. Beta Beta Beta Regional Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

TOMLIN, J., SANDY, M., SMITH, T., NEDUNURI, K., and RYAN, C. 2006b. The Ohio Higher Education Network (OHEN) for Science and Mathematics Education; Engaging Arts and Science Disciplines in Teacher Preparation. Conference Proceedings, National Network for Educational Renewal Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, pp. 54-55.

 

LAZAR, I., and SANDY, M. R. 2006c. Zeillerid brachiopods from Upper Jurassic Olistoliths (South Carpathians, Romania). 7th International Jurassic Congress, Krakow, Poland.

 

SANDY, M. R., HERRELKO, J., and OBERLANDER, J. 2006d. Where on Earth are we? Exploring the surface of the Earth in our “backyard” using a GPS (Global Positioning System) unit and understanding Latitude and Longitude and its historical development. Catalyst Technology Community, CatalystOHIO Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

 

HARPER, D. A. T., ALSEN, P., OWEN, E. F., and SANDY, M. R. 2005d. Early Cretaceous brachiopods from North-East Greenland: biofacies and biogeography. In D. A. T. Harper, S. L. Long, M. McCorry (eds.), Abstracts, Fifth International Brachiopod Congress: Copenhagen 2005, pp. 40-41.

 

LAZAR, I., SANDY, M. R., and CAMPBELL, K. A. 2005e. The Paleoecologic, paleobiogeographic, and biostratigraphic significance of the Early Cretaceous rhynchonellid brachiopod Peregrinella from the Southern Carpathian Mountains, Romania. Abstracts, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

 

SANDY, M. R., GOEDERT, J. L., PECKMANN, J., and TAYLOR, D. 2005f. Brachiopods under attack – evidence of predation on a mass-occurrence of the rhynchonellid brachiopod Sulcirostra from an autochtonous cold-seep limestone – Early Jurassic of Oregon, U.S.A. The 5th National Symposium of Paleontology, University of Bucharest, Romania.

 

SANDY. M. R. and K. A. CAMPBELL. 2003b. Anarhynchia (Jurassic Brachiopoda) in a possible seep deposit from Bedford Canyon, California, USA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Vol. 35, No. 6.

 

SANDY, M. R. 2003c. Geological Connections of First Flight. “On the Wings of a Prairie: Celebrating tallgrass prairies, flying creatures and the creativity of the human spirit that inspired first flight”, Marianist Environmental Center Art and Education Exhibit, Gallery St. John, Dayton, Ohio. Poster.

 

*KLOSTERMAN, S., SANDY, M. R., VEGA, F. J., GILES, K. A., GRAF, K., and SHELLEY, D. 2001h.

New Paleocene rhynchonellide brachiopods from the Potrerillos Formation, northeastern Mexico. Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.

 

*KLOSTERMAN, S., SANDY, M. R., and CAMPBELL, K. A. 2001i. A new occurrence of the Late Jurassic

rhynchonellid Cooperrhynchia (Brachiopoda) from the Great Valley Group, California – confirming a cold-seep community association. North-Central Section, Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.

 

SANDY, M. R., BLODGETT, R.B., and FRÝDA, J. 2001j. Paleobiogeographic signatures for Upper Triassic brachiopods and gastropods from Kuiu Island and adjacent Keku Strait, SE Alaska (Alexander Terrane). Cordilleran Section, Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 33, p. A-53.

 

SANDY, M. R., LOWELL, C., ROSS, A., and BASISTA, B. 2001k. Institutional Collaboration for the Improvement of Science Teacher Preparation – Project SUSTAIN. Science Educators' Council of Ohio Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

*STEFANOFF, M., and SANDY, M. R. 2000c. Growth ring tooth patterns of Mesozoic reptiles and dinosaurs and their contribution to the “cold blooded-hot blooded”

    dinosaur debate. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 32, No. 7, p. A-15.

     

SANDY, M. R. 2000d. Late Triassic brachiopods from the Western Cordillera of North America as indicators of tectonic displacement and palaeoecology. Abstracts, The Millennium Brachiopod Congress, The Natural History Museum, London, July 10th-14th, 2000, p. 78.

 

BLODGETT, R.B., WILSON, F.H., STANLEY, G.D., Jr., McROBERTS, C.A.and SANDY, M. R. 2000e. Upper Triassic stratigraphy and fauna of the Taylor Mountains D-2 and D-3 quadrangles (SW part of the Farewell terrane), southwest Alaska. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.

      Vol. 32, No. 6, p. A-4.

 

SANDY, M. R., and ALI, M. F. 2000f. A mid-Cretaceous Tethyan brachiopod fauna from Northern Sinai, Egypt. Fifth Conference on the Geology of the Arab

      World. Cairo, Egypt, February, 2000.

 

FELDMAN, H., OWEN, E. F., HIRSCH, F., ROSENFELD, A., and SANDY, M. R. 2000g. Paleobiogeography of Triassic brachiopods from the Sephardic Province in the Middle East. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 32, No. 1, p. A-16.

 

*STEFANOFF, M., SANDY, M. R., and BLODGETT, R. B. 1999b. Late Triassic brachiopods from the central belt of the Upper Chulitna District, south-central

    Alaska, and their paleogeographic significance. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs. Geological Society of America

    Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 31, No. 7, p. A-472.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1999c. Triassic spiriferid brachiopods from the New Pass Range, Nevada and their paleobiogeographic significance. Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section with Programs, Vol. 31, No. 6, p. A-91. Berkeley, California.

 

SANDY, M. R. and HUNN. D. 1999d. Integrated Natural Science Sequence for Pre-Service Teachers. Project NOVA Planning Meeting, Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland. INVIITED CONTRIBUTION.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1999e. An introduction to Ohio’s Fossils. Science Educators' Council of Ohio, Annual Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

                                         

SANDY, M. R. 1999f. A Geological Walk in the Gem City. Science Educators' Council of Ohio,  Annual Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

*STEFANOFF, M., and SANDY, M. R. 1998c. Evolutionary relationships of Anarhynchia, a possible chemosynthetic Jurassic brachiopod from North America. Geological Society of America  Abstracts with Programs. Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 30, No. 2, p. A-72-73. Columbus, Ohio.

 

SANDY, M. R., and PANTOJA ALOR, J. 1998d. Early Cretaceous rhynchonellid brachiopods from San Lucas, Michoacan, Mexico. Paleontological Society of

    Mexico, Annual Meeting, Mexico City. Memoria del VI Congreso Nacional de Paleontología, Resúmenes, Sociedad Mexicana de Paleontología,A.C.,

    pp. 67-68.

 

SANDY, M. R., and ALY, M. F. 1998e. A southern Tethyan brachiopod fauna from the Late Triassic of the United Arab Emirates. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 30, No. 7.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1998f. "Learning from the Fossil Record". Co-presenter of a Paleontological Society Workshop for Middle School Teachers. Geological Society of America Regional Meeting, Columbus, Ohio.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1998g. "Fossils". A presentation at the Science Educators' Council of Ohio, Annual Conference, Akron, Ohio.

 

O'HARE, M. J., HUNN, D., SANDY, M. R. 1997g. Integrated Natural Science Sequence for Pre-Service Teachers. Project NOVA Leadership Conference,

    University of Maryland.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1997h. Early Jurassic spiriferid brachiopods from Alaska and their paleogeographic significance. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 29, No. 6, p. 99.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1997i. Mesozoic lampshells (Brachiopoda) from North America, with particular reference to Mexico: shedding light on paleoecology, paleobiogeography, biostratigraphy, and evolution. U.S.-Mexico Cooperative Research: International Workshop on the Geology of Sonora. Memoir (preliminary publication), C. M. González-León and G. D. Stanley (eds.), Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, pp. 73-78.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1997j. Geology and Paleontology of Caesar Creek. Ohio Earth Science Teacher’s Association field trip.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1997k. "Fossils of Ohio". A workshop on the Ohio Geological Survey publication. Science Educators' Council of Ohio, Annual Conference, Toledo, Ohio.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1996d. Reassessing the distribution of widely dispersed Tethyan Mesozoic brachiopod genera - implications for paleobiogeography and paleogeography. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 28, No. 7, p. 297.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1995e. Oldest record of peduncular attachment of brachiopods to crinoid stems in the fossil record (Upper Ordovician, Ohio, U.S.A.). Abstracts, Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, p. 65. Also in Brachiopods, Proceedings of the Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, 2-5 September 1995, P. Copper and J. Jin. (eds.). A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 370.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1995f. Observations on "Terebratula" liardensis  Whiteaves, 1889 (Brachiopoda; Terebratellidina) - the first long-looped terebratulid recorded from the Triassic of North America - and its  paleobiogeographic and stratigraphic significance. Abstracts, Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, p. 64.  Also in Brachiopods, Proceedings of the Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, 2-5 September 1995, P. Copper and J. Jin. (eds.). A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 369-370.

 

SANDY, M. R., OWEN, E. F., and BLODGETT, R. B. 1995g. Peregrinellid brachiopod (Brachiopoda; Rhynchonellida) from the Early Cretaceous of the Wrangellia Terrane, southern Alaska, U.S.A. - first record of a "Tethyan" Peregrinella-ally from high paleolatitudes and its paleobiogeographic and paleoecologic significance.  Abstracts, Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, p. 67.

 

SANDY, M. R., DULAI, A., VÖRÖS, A., and PALFY, J. 1995h. Revision and description of some Lower and Middle Jurassic brachiopods (Brachiopoda: Rhynchonellida; Terebratulida) from the Canadian Cordillera and comments on their paleobiogeographic distributions and significance. Abstracts, Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, p. 66.  Also in Brachiopods, Proceedings of the Third International Brachiopod Congress, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, 2-5 September 1995, P. Copper and J. Jin. (eds.). A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 370.

 

SANDY, M. R., and CAMPBELL, K. A. 1995i. Brachiopod morphotypes associated with cold seep and hydrothermal vent environments. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 27, No. 6, p. 445.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1995j. A Geological Journey in the Gem City. Science Educators' Council of Ohio Annual Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

SANDY, M. R., and HAGDORN, H. 1994e. Outstanding examples of color banding in the brachiopod Coenothyris - sitting pretty in the Triassic. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 26, No. 7, p. 298.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1994f. Early Mesozoic (Late Triassic-Early Jurassic) Tethyan brachiopod biofacies: Illustrations of possible evolutionary intra-phylum niche replacement. Shallow Tethys 4, Austria, September 1994, Abstracts. INVITED CONTRIBUTION.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1993b. Palaeozoic and Mesozoic palaeontology of the eastern Pacific margins - its application in biogeography and deciphering palaeogeography. Biogeography, Present and Past: An Integrated Overview - Review Seminar. Sponsors: The Natural History Museum, London and the Palaeontologicial Association. The Natural History Museum, London.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1993c. Planes, terranes and automobiles, or, getting about in the Triassic. Palaeontological Association Annual Conference. Palaeontological Association Annual Conference, Leeds, England. University of Leeds. Palaeontological Association  Christmas Meeting Abstracts, Palaeontology Newsletter 20, p. 16.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1993d. Palaeozoic and Mesozoic palaeontology of the eastern Pacific margins - its application in biogeography and deciphering palaeogeography. Biogeography, Present and Past: An Integrated Overview. The Natural History Museum, London and the Palaeontologicial Association, Review Seminar, Programme and Abstracts, pp. 14-16.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1992b. Paleobiogeography of Mesozoic articulate brachiopods from the Western Cordillera of North America and their potential for

    paleogeographic studies. Fifth North American Paleontological Convention, Abstracts and Program. Special Publication of the Paleontological Society, No. 6,

    p. 259.

 

SANDY, M. R., and *LANGENKAMP, M. 1992c. The Brachidial Net - A unique internal support structure in the Brachiopoda? Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 24, No. 7, p. 226.

 

*ANDERSON, K. G. and SANDY, M. R. 1992d. 3-D reconstruction of the brachidium (lophophore support) in terebratulid brachiopods from serial sections. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 24, No. 7, p. 101.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1991d. Jurassic and Cretaceous brachiopods from the western coastal islands of Canada: A reappraisal and their paleobiogeographic affinities. Abstracts, Canadian Paleontology Conference and Pander Society Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, p. 72.

 

SANDY, M. R. and STANLEY, G. D., Jr. 1991e. Brachiopods of the Upper Triassic Luning Formation, Nevada, U.S.A. - A story of European Immigrants and

    American Emigrants: A case for an early Hispanic Corridor? Abstracts, Canadian Paleontology Conference and Pander Society Meeting, Vancouver,

    Canada, p. 73.

 

STANLEY, G. D., Jr., SANDY, M. R. and GONZALEZ-LEON, C. 1991f. Upper Triassic fossils from the Antimonio Formation, Northern Sonora, support for the Mojave-Sonora Megashear. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 23, No. 5, pp. 127-128.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1990d. Paleobiogeographic significance of North Amercian Jurassic-Cretaceous brachiopod faunas. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 22, No. 7, p. 305.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1990e. The paleogeographic significance of some Mesozoic brachiopods from the Americas. Second International Brachiopod Congress, Abstracts, p. 78. INVITED PAPER.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1990f. Striking examples of homeomorphy among Mesozoic terebratulid brachiopods – elongate-oval morphoforms. Second International

    Brachiopod Congress, Abstracts,  p. 79.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1989b. Jurassic and Cretaceous brachiopods as indicators of Tethys-Atlantic-Pacific Mesozoic gateways. 28th International Geological Congress, Abstracts, Vol. 3, pp. 17-18.

 

*WATNE, T. M. and SANDY, M. R. 1989c. Variability of the brachidium of terebratulid brachiopods and its taxonomic implications. Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 51-52.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1988c. Cretaceous brachiopods from the Antarctic Peninsula and their paleogeographic significance. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 20, No. 7, pp. 201-202.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1985c. Brachiopod systematics using the serial sectioning method: an example and some recommendations for this technique. First International Congress on Brachiopods, Abstracts, p. 80.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1985d. Brachiopods from the Mesozoic Tethyan Ocean to the present-day North Sea. Aberdeen Geological Society Newsletter, No. 4. Abstract.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1984. The stratigraphic distributions of Upper Jurassic brachiopods (Articulata). International Symposium on Jurassic Stratigraphy. Abstract.

 

SANDY, M. R. 1982. Brachiopod distributions either side of the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary. Palaeontological Association Annual Conference (Sheffield),

    Abstracts, p. 15.

 

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