Lee Charles Nordt

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Geology Baylor University, Waco, TX 
Area:
Geology, Geochemistry
Website:
https://www.baylor.edu/geology/index.php?id=62673
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Charles Thomas Hallmark grad student 1996 Texas A & M (Microtree)
 (Development of a soil chronosequence in late Quaternary alluvium in central Texas : a stable C isotope and mass balance approach.)
Michael Richard Waters grad student 1996 Texas A & M (Geotree)
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Stinchcomb GE, Driese SG, Nordt LC, et al. (2014) Early holocene soil cryoturbation in northeastern USA: Implications for archaeological site formation Quaternary International. 342: 186-198
Meier HA, Driese SG, Nordt LC, et al. (2014) Interpretation of Late Quaternary climate and landscape variability based upon buried soil macro- and micromorphology, geochemistry, and stable isotopes of soil organic matter, Owl Creek, central Texas, USA Catena. 114: 157-168
Weissmann GS, Hartley AJ, Scuderi LA, et al. (2013) Prograding distributive fluvial systems-geomorphic models and ancient examples Sepm Special Publications. 104: 131-147
Atchley SC, Nordt LC, Dworkin SI, et al. (2013) Alluvial stacking pattern analysis and sequence stratigraphy: Concepts and case studies Sepm Special Publications. 104: 109-129
Breecker DO, Yoon J, Michel LA, et al. (2013) CO<inf>2</inf> concentrations in vertisols: Seasonal variability and shrink-swell Sepm Special Publications. 104: 35-45
Nordt LC, Hallmark CT, Driese SG, et al. (2013) Multianalytical pedosystem approach to characterizing and interpreting the fossil record of soils Sepm Special Publications. 104: 89-108
Trendell AM, Nordt LC, Atchley SC, et al. (2013) Determining floodplain plant distributions and populations using paleopedology and fossil root traces: Upper triassic sonsela member of the chinle formation at Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona Palaios. 28: 471-490
Trendell AM, Atchley SC, Nordt LC. (2013) Facies analysis of a probable large-fluvial-fan depositional system: The upper triassic chinle formation at petrified forest National Park, Arizona, U.S.A Journal of Sedimentary Research. 83: 873-895
Michel LA, Driese SG, Nordt LC, et al. (2013) Stable-isotope geochemistry of vertisols formed on marine limestone and implications for deep-time paleoenvironmental reconstructions Journal of Sedimentary Research. 83: 300-308
Stinchcomb GE, Messner TC, Williamson FC, et al. (2013) Climatic and human controls on Holocene floodplain vegetation changes in eastern Pennsylvania based on the isotopic composition of soil organic matter Quaternary Research (United States). 79: 377-390
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