Shane J. Prochnow, Ph.D.

2006 Baylor University, Waco, TX 
Geology, Environmental Sciences, Geography
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Stacy C. Atchley grad student 2006 Baylor University
 (Paleosols as an indicator of ancient landscapes, climates and stratal response during the Triassic: The salt anticline region of Utah.)
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White JD, Prochnow SJ, Filstrup CT, et al. (2010) A combined watershed-water quality modeling analysis of the Lake Waco reservoir: I. Calibration and confirmation of predicted water quality Lake and Reservoir Management. 26: 147-158
Scott JT, Doyle RD, Prochnow SJ, et al. (2008) Are watershed and lacustrine controls on planktonic N2 fixation hierarchically structured? Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 18: 805-19
Prochnow SJ, White JD, Scott T, et al. (2008) Multi-Scenario Simulation Analysis in prioritizing management options for an impacted watershed system Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology. 8: 3-15
Prochnow SJ, White JD, Scott T, et al. (2007) Small Reservoir Impact on Simulated Watershed-Scale Nutrient Yield Research Letters in Ecology. 2007: 1-4
Duke JR, White JD, Prochnow SJ, et al. (2007) The use of remote sensing and modelling to detect small-dam influences on land-use changes along downstream riparian zones Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology. 7: 23-25
Prochnow SJ, Atchley SC, Boucher TE, et al. (2006) The influence of salt withdrawal subsidence on palaeosol maturity and cyclic fluvial deposition in the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation: Castle Valley, Utah Sedimentology. 53: 1319-1345
Prochnow SJ, Nordt LC, Atchley SC, et al. (2006) Multi-proxy paleosol evidence for middle and late Triassic climate trends in eastern Utah Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 232: 53-72
Prochnow SJ. (2005) Triassic paleosol catenas associated with a salt-withdrawal minibasin in southeastern Utah, U.S.A. Rocky Mountain Geology. 40: 25-49
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