Publications and Presentations

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ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS

Erickson, E.A. and Greenstein, B.J., 2011, Using epibiont successional patterns to determine the mode of accumulation of Late Pleistocene fossil reefs: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 43(1), p. 68.

Erickson, E.A., 2011, Using epibiont successional patterns to determine the mode of accumulation of Late Pleistocene fossil reefs: Cornell College 15th Annual Student Symposium, 16 April 2011, Mount Vernon, Iowa.

Erickson, E.A. and Greenstein, B., 2011, Using epibiont successional patterns to determine the mode of accumulation of Late Pleistocene fossil reefs: Abstract Northeastern (46th Annual) and North-Central (45th Annual) Joint Meeting, 20–22 March 2011, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Calcote, R., Lynch, E.A., Hotchkiss, S.C., Woods, P., Drake, C., Erickson, E., 2010, A mid-Holocene prairie extension in northern Wisconsin: American Quaternary Association (AMQUA) biennial meeting, 12-15 August 2010, Laramie, Wyoming.

Erickson, E.A., 2010, Fire history from Little Round Lake, northwestern Wisconsin, USA: Cornell College 14th Annual Student Symposium, 17 April 2010, Mount Vernon, Iowa.

Erickson, E.A., 2009, Fire history from Little Round Lake, northwestern Wisconsin, USA: UMN Geology and Geophysics NSF-REU Summer Internship Program, 6 August 2009, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

THESIS

Erickson, E.A., 2011, Using calcareous encrusting epibiont successional patterns to determine the mode of accumulation of Late Pleistocene fossil reefs [B.A. Thesis]: Cornell College, 90 pp.

 


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