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Hembree Publication Investigates Centipede Behavior in Modern and Ancient Ecosystems

Cover image of the PALAIOS issue showing the burrowing activity and resulting structures of centipedes in the experimental study.

Dr. Daniel Hembree, Professor of Geological Sciences at Ohio University, recently published “Burrows and ichnofabric produced by centipedes: modern and ancient examples” in the journal PALAIOS, published by the Society for Sedimentary Geology. Images from his study were featured on the issue’s cover. The paper details Hembree’s investigation of the […]

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November 1, 2019 at 10:18 amResearch

Hembree Presents ‘Neoichnological Evidence of Predatory Behavior in Soil Arthropods’ at Germany Conference

Permian tetrapod Seymouria from the colletions of the Museum of Nature in Gotha

Dr. Dan Hembree, Professor of Geological Sciences, traveled to Halle, Germany in September to attend the Third International Congress on Continental Ichnology. The ICCI brings scientist together from around the world that study the preserved traces of ancient animals that lived on land, in rivers, and in lakes tens of […]

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October 9, 2019 at 3:41 pmResearch

Hembree Named an Executive Editor of Palaeontologia Electronica

Daniel Hembree

Dr. Dan Hembree was appointed as an Executive Editor of the journal Palaeontologia Electronica. Hembree is Professor of Geological Sciences at Ohio University. About Palaeontologia Electronica: Founded in 1997, Palaeontologia Electronica (PE) is the longest running open-access, peer-reviewed electronic journal and covers all aspects of palaeontology. PE uses an external […]

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August 25, 2019 at 1:14 pmResearch

Hembree and Carnes Investigate the Effects of Past Climate Change on Ancient Soils

Outcrop studied by Hembree and Carnes with climatically influenced soil zones labeled

Dr. Daniel Hembree, Professor of Geological Sciences, and former graduate student Jennifer Carnes M.S. ’17 recently published “Response of soils and soil ecosystems to the Pennsylvanian–Permian climate transition in the upper fluvial plain of the Dunkard Basin, southeastern Ohio, USA” in the open access journal Geosciences. In this study, Hembree […]

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August 31, 2018 at 3:17 pmAlumni Research

OHIO Paleontologists Stigall, Hembree Present in Paris

Daniel Hembree and Alycia Stigall

Ohio University paleontologists Drs. Alycia Stigall and Daniel Hembree, both professors of Geological Sciences, presented at the 5th International Paleontological Congress in Paris (IPC5), France in July. The IPC5 is the largest gathering of professional paleontologists globally, and this meeting included more than 1,000 participants from around the world. All […]

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August 31, 2018 at 2:49 pmResearch

22 A&S Faculty Granted Promotions, Seven Get Tenure

22 A&S Faculty Granted Promotions, Seven Get Tenure

Twenty-two College of Arts & Sciences faculty were granted promotion, with seven also granted tenure, by the Ohio University Board of Trustees in June. “Faculty who are awarded tenure or granted promotion have distinguished themselves among their peers locally and in the larger academic community for their very substantial accomplishments […]

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July 2, 2018 at 2:22 pmNews

Geological Sciences Brings Research, Excellence to Annual GSA Meeting

Trey Klopfenstein '18, Alex Nadas '18, Jack Seeley '18, Sarah Kogler '18, Damian Nance, Mitch Brourman '94, and Hanna Brourman '18

Ohio University Geological Sciences faculty and students were a major presence at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting held Oct. 21-25 in Seattle. Department members presented nine formal presentations authored by four faculty, four graduate students, and one undergraduate student. Faculty members also chaired two scientific sessions, presented an […]

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October 31, 2017 at 12:19 amNews