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Listed below are papers, books, abstracts, and other written material that have been published, are in press, or are in review. For a complete copy of my Curriculum vitae click here.

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)

*Catena, A., Hembree, D.I., in press. Swimming through the substrate: the neoichnology of Chalcides ocellatus and biogenic structures of sand-swimming vertebrates. Accepted to Palaeontologia Electronica, July 2014.

 

Hembree, D.I., Mapes, R.H., Goiran, C., in press. The impact of high energy storms on shallow water Nautilus (Cephalopoda) taphonomy, Lifou (Loyalty Islands). Accepted to PALAIOS, June 2014.

 

*Bowen, J., Hembree, D., 2014. Neoichnology of two spirobolid millipedes: improving the understanding of the burrows of soil detritivores. Palaeontologia Electronica, v. 17 (1), p. 1-48. Open Access

 

Stigall, A.L., Hembree, D.I., Gierlowski-Kordesch, E.H., Weismiller, H.C., 2014. Evidence for sexual mating system in a new spinicaudatan genus (Crustacea: “Conchostraca”) from the Early Jurassic Kalkrand Basalt of Namibia. Palaeontology, v. 57, p. 127-140.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2013. Neoichnology of the whip scorpion Mastigoproctus giganteus: complex burrows of predatory terrestrial arthropods. PALAIOS, v. 28, p. 141-162.

 

Hembree, D.I., *Johnson, L.M., *Tenwalde, R.W., 2012. Neoichnology of the desert scorpion Hadrurus arizonensis: burrows to biogenic cross lamination. Palaeontologica Electronica, v. 15, p. 1-34. Open Access

 

*Smilek, K.R., Hembree, D.I., 2012. Neoichnology of the holothurian Thyonella gemmata. Open Paleontology Journal, v. 4, p. 1-10. Open Access

 

*Catena, A., Hembree, D.I., 2012. Recognizing vertical and lateral variability in terrestrial landscapes: a case study from the paleosols of the Casselman Formation (Conemaugh Group), Southeast Ohio, U.S.A. Geosciences, v. 2, p. 178-202. Open Access

 

*Dzenowski, N., Hembree, D.I., 2012. Examining local climate variability in the Late Pennsylvanian through paleosols: an example from the Lower Conemaugh Group of southeastern Ohio. Geosciences, v. 2, p. 260-276. Open  Access

 

Hembree, D.I., Nadon, G., 2011. A paleopedologic and ichnologic perspective of the terrestrial Pennsylvanian landscape in the distal Appalachian basin, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 312, p. 138-166.

 

Hembree, D.I., Nadon, G., King, R., 2011.  Large, complex burrow systems from freshwater deposits of the Monongahela Group (Virgilian), southeast Ohio, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 300, p. 128-137.

 

Mapes, R.H., Hembree, D.I., *Rasor, B., Stigall, A.L., Goiran, C., de Forge, R., 2010. Nautilus (Cephalopoda) taphonomy and sedimentology of a subtidal, carbonate dominated nearshore environment.   PALAIOS , v. 25, p. 656-670

 

Hembree, D.I., 2009. Neoichnology of burrowing millipedes: understanding the relationships between ichnofossil morphology, behavior, and sediment properties.  PALAIOS, v. 24, p. 425-439.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2008. Miocene vertebrate and invertebrate burrows defining compound paleosols in the Pawnee Creek Formation, Colorado, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 270, p. 349-365.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2007. Phylogenetic revision of Rhineuridae (Reptilia: Squamata: Amphibaenia) from the Eocene to Miocene North America.  The University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions New Series, no. 15, p. 1-20. Open Access

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2007. Sand-swimming biogenic structures produced by the Kenyan sand boa Eryx colubrinus: modern analogs for interpreting continental ichnofossils. Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 77, p. 389-397.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2007. Paleosols and ichnofossils of the White River Formation of Colorado: insight into soil ecosystems of the North American Midcontinent during the Eocene-Oligocene transition. PALAIOS, v. 22, p. 123-142.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2006. Amphisbaenian paleobiogeography: evidence of vicariance and geodispersal patterns. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,

Palaeoecology, v. 235, p. 334-348.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2006. The identification and interpretation of reptile ichnofossils in paleosols through modern studies. Journal of

Sedimentary Research, v. 76, p. 575-588.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., Martin, L.D., 2005. Torridorefugium eskridgensis (new ichnogenus and ichnospecies): amphibian aestivation

burrows from the Lower Permian Speiser Shale of Kansas. Journal of Paleontology, v. 79, p. 596-606.    

 

Hembree, D.I., Martin, L.D., Hasiotis, S.T., 2004. Amphibian burrows and ephemeral ponds of the Lower Permian Speiser Shale, Kansas: evidence

for seasonality in the mid-continent. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 203, p. 127-152.

 

 

* Student co-author

 

Edited Volume Chapters (peer reviewed)

Hembree, D., *Bowen, J., *Catena, A., *Dzenowski, N., in press. Experimental neoichnology of modern soil animals: keys to interpreting continental tracemakers and reconstructing ancient soil ecosystems. Accepted to Ichnia 2012 Volume, March 2014.

 

Gierlowski-Kordesch, E.H., Weismiller, H.C., Stigall, A.L., Hembree, D.I., in press. Pedogenic mud aggregates in sedimentation patterns between basalt flows (Jurassic Kalkrand Formation, Namibia). Paying Attention to Mudstone–Priceless. GSA Special Paper.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2014. Large, complex burrows of terrestrial invertebrates: neoichnology of Pandinus imperator. In: Hembree, D.I., Platt, B.F., Smith, J.J. (eds.), Experimental Approaches to Understanding Fossil Organisms, Topics in Geobiology, Springer Publishing, pp. 229-263. View PDF

 

*Catena, A., Hembree, D.I., 2014. Biogenic structures of burrowing skinks: neoichnology of Mabuya mutifasciata (Squamata: Scincidae). In: Hembree, D.I., Platt, B.F., Smith, J.J. (eds.), Experimental Approaches to Understanding Fossil Organisms, Topics in Geobiology, Springer Publishing, pp. 343-369. View PDF

 

*Dzenowski, N., Hembree, D.I., 2014. Quantifying vertebrate biogenic structures using modern analogs: the neoichnology of Ambystomatid salamanders. In: Hembree, D.I., Platt, B.F., Smith, J.J. (eds.), Experimental Approaches to Understanding Fossil Organisms, Topics in Geobiology, Springer Publishing, pp. 305-342. View PDF

 

Hembree, D.I., 2009. Aestivation in the fossil record, in Navas, C.A., Carvalho, J.E. (eds.), Aestivation. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 245-262

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Platt, B.F., Hembree, D.I., Everhart, M., 2007. The trace fossil record of vertebrates. In: Miller, W. (ed.), Trace Fossils: Concepts, Problems, and Prospects. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 196-218.

 

* Student co-author

 

Guidebooks

Nadon, G.C., Hembree, D.I., 2007. Variations in Sequence, Fluvial, and Pedogenic Architecture in the Distal Appalachian Foreland Basin, SE Ohio. SEPM Great Lakes Section Field Conference, Athens, Ohio.

 

Published Abstracts

Hembree, D.I., *Bowen, J., 2014. Paleosols and ichnofossils of the Monongahela and Dunkard groups: a multi-proxy approach to understanding Late Paleozoic terrestrial landscapes. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 46, no. 6, p. 281.

 

*Johnson, L. Hembree, D.I., 2014. Burrows of terrestrial anurans: neoichnology of the eastern spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus holbrooki. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 46, no. 6, p. 76.

 

*Blair, M., Hembree, D.I., 2014. A paleopedological and ichnological approach to spatial and temporal variability in Pennsylvanian-Permian strata in the Lower Dunkard Group, West Virginia.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 46, no. 6, p. 281.

 

Mapes, R. H., Lignier, V., Landman, N. H., Hembree, D. I., Goiran, C., Cochran, K., Folcher, E., and Brunet, P. 2014. Nautilus shells in a cenote: Lifou, Loyalty Islands, South Pacific. Abstracts with Program, Cephalopods - Present and Past: 9th international Symposium, p. 127.

 

Seuss, B., Wisshak, M., Mapes, R. H., Hembree, D. I., and Landman, N. H., 2014. Bioerosion in shells of modern Nautilus. Abstracts with Program, Cephalopods - Present and Past: 9th international Symposium, p. 136.

 

*Johnson, L. Hembree, D.I., 2014. Understanding anuran burrows: neoichnology of the eastern spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus holbrooki. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 46, no. 3, p. 87.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2013. What made that? Improving the interpretation of continental trace fossils through experimental neoichnology. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 45, no. 7, p. 899.         

 

*Hils, J.M., Hembree, D.I., 2013. Before the web: neoichnology of burrowing spiders. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 45, no. 7, p. 899.    

           

Mapes, R.H., Lignier, V., Landman, N.H., Hembree, D.I., Goiran, C., Cochran, K., Folcher, E., Brunet, P., 2013. The Nautilus death cenote. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 45, no. 7, p. 318.    

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Halfen, A.F., Counts, J.W., Kraus, M.J., Smith, J.J., Hembree, D.I., 2013. Bioturbation is the major process in the evolution of soils and landscapes – evidence from modern and deep time. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 45, no. 7, p. 633.        

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Halfen, A.F., Counts, J.W., Wasserman, H., Platt, B.F., Hembree, D.I., Jones, M.F., Hirmas, D.R., Smith, J.J., 2013. Exploring old and new frontiers in continental ichnology – evaluating its place in ichnology and its role in geology. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 45, no. 7, p. 898.

 

*Catena, A., Hembree, D.I., 2012. Skinks beneath the substrate: neoichnology of the golden skink Mabuya multifasciata. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 44, p. 530.

 

*Bowen, J., Hembree, D.I., 2012. Complex burrows of soil detritivores: the neoichnology of the millipede Narceus gordanus. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 44, p. 529.

 

Mapes, R., Hembree, D.I., Goiran, C., 2012. Hurricane impact on Nautilus (Cephalopoda) shell preservation in Recent tropical intertidal and shallow marine environments. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 44, p. 274.

 

Stigall, A.L., Hembree, D.I., Gierlowski-Kordesch, E.H., Weismiller, H.C., 2012. Jurassic Spinicaudata of Namibia: evidence for the evolution of sexual mating systems. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 44, p. 373.

 

Hembree, D.I., *Catena, A., *Dzenowski, N., 2012. Experimental neoichnology of modern soil animals: keys to interpreting continental tracemakers and reconstructing ancient soil ecosystems. Geological Society of America North Central Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 44, p. 17.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2011. Large, complex burrows are for terrestrial invertebrates too: neoichnology of Pandinus imperator and Heterometrus spinifer (Scorpiones: Scorpionidae). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 43, p. 380.

 

*Dzenowski, N., Hembree, D.I., 2011. Identification of biogenic structures produced by terrestrial salamanders using modern analogs. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 43, p. 381.

 

*Catena, A., Hembree, D.I., 2011. Swimming through the substrate: neoichnology of the sand skink Chalcides ocellatus. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 43, p. 380.

 

Hembree, D.I., *Johnson, L.M., *Tenwalde, R.W., 2010. Neoichnology of the desert scorpion Hadrurus arizonensis: burrows to biogenic cross lamination. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, p. 642.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2009. Neoichnology of the whip scorpion Phrynus marginemaculata: interpreting the role of predatory arthropods in early soil ecosystems.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 41, p. 161.

 

Hembree, D.I., Mapes, R., *Rasor, B., Stigall, A.L., Goiran, C., de Forges, B.R., 2009. Taphonomy and sedimentology of a modern Nautilus deposit in a nearshore environment. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 41, p. 630.

 

*Smilek, K.R., Hembree, D.I., 2009. The ichnology of the Late Pennsylvanian Ames Limestone in southeastern Ohio. Geological Society of America

Abstracts with Programs, v. 41, p. 261.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2009. Neoichnology of scorpions and whipscorpions: interpreting the role of predatory arthropods in early soil ecosystems. Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions, No. 3, p. 442. 

 

Hembree, D.I., 2008. Neoichnology of extant terrestrial arthropods and amphibians: the key to interpreting Pennsylvanian continental ichnofossils of the Appalachian basin. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, p. 101.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2008. Vertical and lateral variability in paleosols and ichnofossils of the Late Pennsylvanian Monongahela Group, southeast Ohio: local complexity and regional patterns. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, p. 280.

 

*Smilek, K.R., Hembree, D.I., 2008. Relating modern holothurian burrows to environmental conditions and the study of nearshore paleoenvironments.  Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, p. 101.

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Fairchild, J., Wallace, T., Counts, J.W., Devlin, J.F., Hembree, D.I., Smith, J.J., 2008. Field and laboratory studies on the effects of bioturbation on porosity and permeability in the vadose zone in continental settings: how ichnopedologic fabric shapes and modifies aquitards, aquicludes, aquifers, and tomorrow's reservoirs and seals. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, p. 440.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2007. The identification and interpretation of millipede-produced ichnofossils using actualistic studies. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 39, no. 6, p. 532.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2007. Using modern burrowing organisms to interpret the paleoenvironmental, paleoecologic, and paleoclimatic significance of continental trace fossils of the Appalachian Basin.  Ichnological Applications to Sedimentological and Sequence Stratigraphic Problems, SEPM Research

Conference, Abstract Volume, p. 74. 

 

Hembree, D.I., 2007. Using modern terrestrial organisms to improve the interpretation of Pennsylvanian paleosols and continental ichnofossils of the Appalachian Basin. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 39, no. 3, p. 54.

 

Stigall, A.L., Hembree, D.I., 2007. Beyond the phylogeny: using phylogenetically constrained data to infer biogeographic, evolutionary, and paleoecological patterns. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 39, no. 3, p. 6.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2007. Amphisbaenian paleobiogeography: evidence of vicariance and geodispersal patterns in fossorial reptiles. Third Biennial Conference of the International Biogeography Society, Program and Abstracts, p. 149.

 

Hembree, D.I., Nadon, G., 2006. Using variations in ichnofauna and pedogenic properties of Middle to Late Pennsylvanian floodplain paleosols to determine the impact of climate change on early soil ecosystems. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 38, no. 7, p. 533.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2006. Experimental investigation of terrestrial bioturbation.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 38, no. 7, p. 499.

 

Hembree, D.I., Nadon, G., Stigall, A.L., 2006. Linking Middle to Late Pennsylvanian climate change to variations in ichnofauna and pedogenic development in floodplain and lacustrine paleoenvironments of the Appalachian Basin. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 38, no. 4, p. 5.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2005. The identification and interpretation of fossorial reptile ichnofossils through actualistic studies. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program 37, p. 339.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2005. Biogenic structures of extant burrowing amphisbaenians: the paleoenvironmental and paleoecological significance of the interaction of fossorial reptiles with the substrate. North American Paleontology Convention, Program and Abstracts, Paleobios 25, p. 59.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2004. Using paleosols and ichnofossils to interpret the changing paleoecology, paleoenvironments, and paleoclimate of the Eocene-Oligocene White River Formation, northeastern Colorado. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program 36, p. 63.

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Hembree, D.I., Smith, J.J., Platt, B.F., 2004. Modern crayfish burrows as indicators of a spring and perched water table, Kansas Ecological Research Station, Lawrence, Kansas. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program 36, p. 130.   

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2004. Casts of modern continental burrows as trace fossil analogs in the reconstruction of paleoenvironment and paleoclimate.  American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2004 Annual Convention Abstracts Volume, 13, p. 61.

 

Hasiotis, S.T., Hembree, D.I., Myshrall, K.L., Laut, E.A., Mathis, R., Rogers, J.A., 2004. Linking biota, soils, hydrology, and the soil-water budget in northeastern Kansas: developing ichnologic signatures as proxies for ancient climates through actualistic studies. American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2004 Annual Convention Abstracts, 13, p. 60.     

 

Hembree, D.I., 2004. The use of modern continental burrows as trace fossil analogs for reconstructing paleoenvironment and paleoclimate.  First Annual Midwest Symposium of Student Paleontologic Research, Book of Abstracts, p. 16.

 

Hembree, D.I., Hasiotis, S.T., 2003. The fossil record and paleoecological significance of North American amphisbaenians and their burrows: the interaction of fossorial reptiles with the substrate. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program 31, p. 499.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2003. Continental amphibian burrows from the Lower Permian Speiser Shale of Kansas: evidence for drought-induced aestivation in Permian tetrapods. Sixty-third annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, abstracts of papers.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23, p. 60.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2002. Ichnology of an ephemeral coastal pond deposit within the Lower Permian Speiser Shale, Kansas. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program 34, p. 63.

 

Hembree, D.I., 1999. Reevaluation of the posture and claws of Confuciusornis sanctus.  Fifty-ninth annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate

Paleontology, abstracts of papers. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19, p. 50.

 

Derstler, K., Hembree, D.I., 1999. Observations of Confuciusornis sanctus and other fossil Aves. Fifty-ninth annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate

Paleontology, abstracts of papers. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19, 42.

 

* Student presentation

 

Teaching Publications

McClellan, B., Hembree, D., Wood, H. (eds.), 2001, Laboratory Manual for G-Hawks, Department of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2001, Introduction to Rocks and Felsic Igneous Rocks.  In: McClellan, B., Hembree, D., Wood, H., Laboratory Manual for G-Hawks,

Department of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.

 

Hembree, D.I., 2001, Glaciers.  In: McClellan, B., Hembree, D., Wood, H., Laboratory Manual for G-Hawks, Department of Geology, University of Kansas,

Lawrence, Kansas.

 

Book Reviews

A. Martin, Life Traces of the Georgia Coast: Revealing the Unseen Lives of Plants and Animals (Columbia University Press, 2012) in Priscum 2014 v. 21 (2), p. 23-25.

 

C. Mattison, The New Encyclopedia of Snakes (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2007), online in PALAIOS 2008.    

 

D. Spearing, Roadside Geology of Louisiana (Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publishing Company, 2007), online in PALAIOS 2007 (DOI: 10.2110/ palo.2007.BR015).

 

 

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Daniel Hembree

Last revised: 9/2014