|Other author/creator||Dennison, John M., honouree.|
|Other author/creator||Avary, Katharine Lee, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Hasson, Kenneth O., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Diecchio, Richard J., editor.|
||Special paper ; 545
Special papers (Geological Society of America) ; 545. ^A20279
||Dedication / Katharine Lee Avary; Kenneth O. Hasson; Richard J. Diecchio -- Upper Ordovician Juniata Formation, Central Appalachian Basin, USA: A record of Milankovitch-forced eustatic oscillations originating from glaciations in polar Gondwana / Linda A. Hinnov; Richard J. Diecchio -- Outlier of Trenton Group limestones (Ordovician) and Clinch Sandstone (Silurian) and associated unconformities in the Tellico-Sevier syncline, Blount County, Tennessee, identified on the basis of conodont biostratigraphy / John T. Haynes; Stephen A. Leslie; Achim D. Herrmann; Nathan T. Long -- Arc-to-craton: Devonian air-fall tephras in the eastern United States / C.A. Ver Straeten; D.J. Over; G.C. Baird -- Using Fischer plots to identify third-order sequences in the Middle Devonian, mixed carbonate-siliciclastic strata of West Virginia / Thomas C. Wynn; Jennifer M. Bloom -- Late Devonian lonestones, diamictites, and coeval black shales from the Appalachian Basin: Discerning relationships and implications for Late Devonian Appalachian history and glacially driven seafloor anoxia / Frank R. Ettensohn; Geoff Clayton; R. Thomas Lierman; Charles E. Mason; Federico F. Krause; Christopher DeBuhr; Thomas B. Brackman; Eric D. Anderson; Allen J. Dennis; Jack C. Pashin -- Lithostratigraphy of the Early Mississippian Grainger Formation and related strata in northeastern Tennessee / Kenneth O. Hasson -- Middle Mississippian (late Osagean; early Viséan) Floyds Knob glauconite interval, Borden and Fort Payne Formations, Appalachian and Illinois Basins, Kentucky, USA: Synergistic influence of tectonics, paleoclimate, and paleogeography / Devi B.P. Udgata; Frank R. Ettensohn -- Middle Eocene bentonite in the North Carolina Coastal Plain and its relationship to the volcanic swarm in western Virginia / W. Burleigh Harris; Paul A. Thayer -- Quantitative paleoecology of marine faunas in the lower Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian, central New York): Significance for probing models of long-term community stability / Cathryn R. Newton; Willis B. Newman; James C. Brower -- Ammonoids from the Tully Formation and Harrell Shale in Pennsylvania: Markers of sea-level highstands in the Middle to Late Devonian transition, Appalachian foreland basin, eastern North America / William T. Kirchgasser; Gordon C. Baird; Carlton E. Brett -- Late Devonian fossils and position of the Frasnian-Famennian boundary in the Foreknobs Formation of Virginia and West Virginia / Thomas J. Rossbach -- Three-dimensional model of a mushwad and its implications for the evolution of an Appalachian subrecess in northwestern Georgia / Brian S. Cook; William A. Thomas.
||"Dr. John M. Dennison spent his career studying the Appalachians, teaching and mentoring his students and professional colleagues, publishing papers, leading field trips, and presenting ideas at regional, national and international conferences. This volume is a collection of papers contributed by former students and colleagues to honor his memory. Learn about stratigraphy and paleontology ranging in age from Ordovician to Mississippian in Kentucky, New York, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia; Devonian airfall tephras throughout the eastern United States; a Devonian lonestone; a Middle Eocene bentonite in North Carolina and its relationship to a volcanic swarm in western Virginia; and a 3D model of a ductile duplex in northwestern Georgia. The stratigraphic and geologic diversity of the papers reflect Dennison's many interests and relationships with a large group of geoscientists"-- Provided by publisher.
|General note||"This volume is dedicated to the memory of Dr. John Manley Dennison (1934-2014), student of Appalachian geology, stratigrapher, mentor, and genuine academic. John dedicated his career to studying the Paleozoic rocks of the Appalachians, principally those of the Devonian Period. His efforts are preserved in more than 300 articles, abstracts, and field-trip guidebooks. This volume, an outgrowth of a memorial symposium held to honor John at the 2015 Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, is a collection of papers written by former students and colleagues for this memorial volume. The papers represent the diversity of John's interests, both stratigraphic and topical."--Dedication, page v.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|