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Larry W Knox, Ph. D.

Professor of Geology

Highest Degree University: Indiana University
Department: Earth Sciences
Kittrell Hall (KITT) 103
PO Box: 5062
(931) 372-3523

 

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Education Ph.D., 1974: Univ. of Indiana Bloomington (Geology) Research Interests * Biostratigraphy of Upper Paleozoic Ostracoda * Paleoecology of Upper Paleozoic Ostracoda * Evolutionary record of Carboniferous Ostracoda * Origin and structure of Waulsortian mounds in Tennessee Courses Taught Physical Geology, Geology and the Environment, Paleontology, Advanced Historical Geology, Senior Thesis Honors/Awards TTU Geoclub Outstanding Faculty Award, 1982, 1994 Sigma Xi Research Award, 1978 Selected Publications Knox, Larry W., Frank Stapor, Jr., 2003, Clay-Rich, Waulsortian-like mounds in the Mississippian (Osagean) Fort Payne Formation of central Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology, Report of Investigations 51: 83-104. Knox, Larry W., L. E. Sanders, 2003, Paleoecology of Carboniferous (Chesterian) Ostracoda from a black shale within the Bangor Limestone at Scottsboro, Alabama. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 35 (1): 68. Sanders, Leslie E., Larry W. Knox., 2003, Paleoecology of Bryozoans from a Chesterian dark shale interval within the Bangor Limestone, Scottsboro, Alabama. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 35 (1): 66-67. Li, Peter, Larry W. Knox, R. Wright, 2003, Geography Education in Rural Tennessee Counties: Upper Cumberland Geography Teacher Survey. Geography 88: 63-74. Lin, Jih-Pai, and L. W. Knox, 2001, Preliminary Report on Acrotretid and Paterniid Brachiopods from the Emigrant Formation (Middle Cambrian) at Big Mike Canyon, Esmeralda County, Nevada. Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America, 33 (2): A-76, A-77. Knox, L. W., Ostracodes as indicators of brackish water environments in the Catskill Magnafacies (Devonian) of New York State: reply, 2001, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 171: 81-83. Knox, L. W., and Gordon, E. A., 1999, Ostracodes as indicators of brackish water environments in the Catskill Magnafacies (Devonian) of New York State, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 148: 9-22. Knox, L. W., and Gordon, E. A., 1997, Ostracodes as indicators of brackish water environments in the Catskill Magnafacies (Devonian) of New York State (abst): Abstracts Volume, 13th International Symposium on Ostracoda, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom, p. 11. Boardman, D. R., Wardlaw, B. R., Nestell, M. K., and L. W. Knox, 1996, Biofacies model for identification of paleodepth trends, maximum flooding surfaces and marine condensed sections in Late Carboniferous and Early Permian fourth-order cyclothemic-scale depositional sequences in North America: Sixth North American Paleontological Convention, Abstracts of Papers, p. 38. Boardman, D. R., Nestell, M. K., and L. W. Knox, 1995, Depth-related microfaunal biofacies model for late Carboniferous and early Permian cyclothemic sedimentary sequences in mid-continent North America, p. 93-118, in Hyne, N. (ed.), Sequence Stratigraphy of the Mid-continent: Tulsa Geological Society Special Publication No. 4, 351 p., Tulsa. Stapor, F. W., Jr., and Knox, L. W., 1995, Waulsortian?like bioherms of the Maury and Fort Payne Formations, Tennessee, p. 57-90, in Guidebook for Field Trip Excursions, Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America. Knox, L. W., Barrick, J. E., and Boardman, D. R., 1995, Pennsylvanian Ostracoda from central North America, p. 91-97, in Ostracoda and Biostratigraphy, Balkema, Rotterdam.

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