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Leonard Brand, PhD
Professor, Earth and Biological Sciences
School of Medicine
Member, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Presentations    Research Presentations -- International
  • Nalin, R., Brand, L.R. & Chadwick, A.V., 2011 - Structural and textural variability of mud mound and stromatolite layers from the Notch Peak Formation (upper Cambrian, Utah, USA). In: Abstracts, 28th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, Zaragoza, Spain (Eds. B. Bádenas, M. Aurell and A.M. Alonso-Zarza), p. 393. ( 8/2011 )
  • Esperante, R., and L. R. Brand. . "How slow is sedimentation in shallow marine environments? Insights from fossil whales of the Pisco Formation, Peru. ." . XXIII Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontologia. P. 46-47 in: Braga, J. C., A. Checa, and M. Company (eds.). Libro de Resúmenes (Abstract of paper presented at meetings) Caravaca de la Cruz, Spain, ( 10/2007 )
  • Brand, L.  2006.  We make progress when we talk to each other. Oxford Round Table, Oxford University, England.  July 23-28.  Topic for this Round Table - Faith and Science: the Great Matter             ( 7/2006 )
  Research Presentations -- National
  • McLain, M. A., A. V. Chadwick, and L. R. Brand.  2014.  Solving taphonomic jigsaw puzzles: insight into the complex depositional history of a Lance Formation (Maastrichtian) dinosaur bonebed.  Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Vancouver, B. C., October 19-22.  Abstracts with Programs, 46 (6): 330.  

     

    ( 10/2014 )
  • Coulson, K. P., and L. R. Brand.  2014.  Bizarre patterns found in upper Cambrian stromatolites.  Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Vancouver, B. C., October 19-22.  Abstracts with Programs, 46 (6): 727.  

    ( 10/2014 )
  • Maithel, S. A., J. H. Whitmore, and L. R. Brand.  2014.  “Ripple marks,” “slump features,” and “rainprints” in the Coconino Sandstone near Ash Fork, Arizona.  Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Vancouver, B. C., October 19-22.  Abstracts with Programs, 46 (6): 768.  

    ( 10/2014 )
  • Chadwick, A. V., and L. R. Brand. 2013. Does the Moenkopi/Chinle contact represent a 10my depositional hiatus on the Colorado Plateau?  Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Denver, CO, October 27-30. Abstracts with Programs, 45 (7): 241.  ( 10/2013 )
  • Maithel, S. A., L. R. Brand, and J. H. Whitmore. 2013. Morphology of avalanche beds in the Coconino Sandstone at Chino Wash, Seligman, Arizona. Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Denver, CO, October 27-30. Abstracts with Programs, 45 (7): 126.  ( 10/2013 )
  • Coulson, K. P., Brand, L. R., and A. V. Chadwick. 2013. Environmental controls on Upper Cambrian microbialite morphologies. Presentation at the GSA annual national meetings in Denver, CO, October 27-30. Abstracts with Programs, 45 (7): 323.  ( 10/2013 )
  • Brand, L. R., S. E. Phillips, and A. V. Chadwick.  2012.  Elongated stromatolite-like structures in the Upper Cambrian Hellnmaria Member, Notch Peak Formation, Utah.  Abstracts with Programs, 44 (7): 223.  Presentation at the Geological Society of America annual national meeting, Charlotte, NC, November 4-7. ( 11/2012 )
  • Brand, L., C. Carvajal, T. DeVries, M. Urbina, R. Esperante. . "A contribution to the stratigraphy of the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru. Society of Vertebrate Paleontologists, annual meeting. ." Society of Vertebrate Paleontologists, annual meeting. J. Vert. Paleo, Abstracts, 26 (Suppl. to 3):45A. ( 10/2006 )
  • Esperante, R., Nick, K., L. Brand. . "Exceptional occurrence of fossil baleen in the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru. ." Geological Society of America, annual meeting, . Philadelphia; Abstracts with programs, 38 (7):64. ( 10/2006 )
  • Brand, L., and M. Urbina. "Towards a stratigraphy of the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru.." Geological Society of America, annual meeting,. Salt Lake City ( 10/2005 )
  • Schafer, A. R., H. T. Goodwin, L. Brand, and H. Moon.. "Taphonomy of microfossils from the Black Mountain turtle layer, Eocene, Bridger Formation, southwestern Wyoming.." J. Vert. Paleo, Abstracts 24 .(Suppl to 3) (2004): 110A. ( 11/2004 )