Publications by faculty in the University of Iowa Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

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Submissions from 1990

Species and Evolution in Clonal Organisms - Summary and Discussion, Ann F. Budd, B. D. Mishler, D. R. Farrar, and E. Fenster

Midwestern Holocene paleoenvironments revealed by floodplain deposits in northeastern Iowa, C. A. Chumbley, R. G. Baker, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Recrystallization of low magnesium calcite; a fluid dominated phenomena, Jeffrey A. Dorale, Luis A. Gonzalez, W. Plocher, and D. J. Shireman

Chronologic evidence for multiple episodes of loess deposition during the Wisconsinan and Illinoian in the Mid-Continent, U.S.A; Geological Society of America, 1990 annual meeting, S. L. Forman, E. Arthur Bettis III, B. B. Miller, and W. D. McCoy

Thermoluminescence and radiocarbon chronology of loess deposition at the Loveland paratype, Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Steven L. Forman and E. Arthur Bettis III

Late Wisconsinan terraces in the Upper Mississippi Valley; Geological Society of America, North-Central Section, 24th annual meeting, Edwin R. Hajic and E. Arthur Bettis III

Carbon and oxygen isotopic geochemistry of pedogenic carbonate nodules in Neogene deposits in western Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Greg A. Ludvigson, Louis A. Gonzalez, E. Arthur Bettis III, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Species and Evolution in Clonal Organisms - Introduction, B. D. Mishler and Ann F. Budd

Amino-acid analysis of fossil gastropod shells from loess at the Loveland paratype section, Pottawattamie County, Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Eric A. Oches, William D. McCoy, Peter U. Clark, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Fossil assemblages associated with the Lava Creek B Ash (Hartford Ash) from Little Sioux, Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Gerald R. Paulson, Barry B. Miller, William D. McCoy, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Late Quaternary fossil mammals in Mills and Fremont counties, Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, R. S. Rhodes and E. Arthur Bettis III

Morphological characterization of a suite of buried and exhumed Sangamon Paleosols in Pottawattamie County, Iowa; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Michael L. Thompson, Todd A. Soukup, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Postglacial response of a stream in central Iowa to changes in climate and drainage basin factors, Julieann Van Nest and E. Arthur Bettis III

Petrographic and stratigraphic comparisons of sub-till and inter-till alluvial units in western Iowa; implications for development of the Missouri River drainage; Holocene alluvial stratigraphy and selected aspects of the Quaternary history of western Iowa, Brian J. Witzke, Greg A. Ludvigson, and E. Arthur Bettis III

Submissions from 1985

Iowa's river systems, E. Arthur Bettis III, Timothy J. Kemmis, and Deborah J. Quade

Stratigraphy and sedimentology of distal late Wisconsinan valley train terraces in north-central Iowa; The Geological Society of America, North-Central Section, 19th annual meeting, timothy J. Kemmis, Deborah J. Quade, E. Arthur Bettis III, and Jonathan H. Berg

Submissions from 1983

Morphologic trends in soils developed in Holocene alluvium in Iowa; North-central Section, the Geological Society of America, 17th annual meeting, E. Arthur Bettis III and J. Campbell Craddock

Ground-water contamination and land management in a karst area of northeastern Iowa; Engineering geology today and tomorrow, George R. Hallberg, Bernard E. Hoyer, E. Arthur Bettis III, and Robert Libra

Contamination of carbonate aquifers, George R. Hallberg, Bernard E. Hoyer, E. Arthur Bettis III, and Robert D. Libra

Hydrogeology and water quality in a karst groundwater basin in Iowa; The Geological Society of America, 96th annual meeting, George R. Hallberg, Bernard E. Hoyer, E. Arthur Bettis III, and Robert D. Libra