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Carl Owen Dunbar grad student 1951 Yale (Evolution Tree)
 (Protremate Brachiopods of the Traverse Group 'Devonian' of Michigan.)

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Louis S. Kornicker grad student 1960 Columbia
Edward G. Purdy grad student 1960 Columbia (Chemistry Tree)
Karl Walter Flessa grad student 1973 Brown
Steven C. Clemens grad student 1986-1990 Brown (Chemistry Tree)
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Imbrie J, Poldervaart A. (2014) Mineral Compositions Calculated from Chemical Analyses of Sedimentary Rocks Journal of Sedimentary Research. 29: 588-595
Kukla GJ, Bender ML, de Beaulieu JL, et al. (2002) Last interglacial climates Quaternary Research. 58: 2-13
Imbrie J, Mix AC, Martinson DG. (1993) Milankovitch theory viewed from Devils Hole Nature. 363: 531-533
Imbrie J, Berger A, Boyle EA, et al. (1993) On the structure and origin of major glaciation cycles 2. The 100,000‐year cycle Paleoceanography. 8: 699-735
Imbrie J, Boyle EA, Clemens SC, et al. (1992) On the Structure and Origin of Major Glaciation Cycles 1. Linear Responses to Milankovitch Forcing Paleoceanography. 7: 701-738
Peterson LC, Overpeck JT, Kipp NG, et al. (1991) A high-resolution late Quaternary upwelling record from the anoxic Cariaco Basin, Venezuela Paleoceanography. 6: 99-119
Overpeck JT, Peterson LC, Kipp N, et al. (1989) Climate change in the circum-North Atlantic region during the last deglaciation Nature. 338: 553-557
Shackleton NJ, Imbrie J, Pisias NG. (1988) The evolution of oceanic oxygen-isotope variability in the North Atlantic over the past three million years Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 318: 679-688
Broecker WS, Imbrie J. (1987) 1986 Maurice Ewing Medal to John Imbrie Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 68: 25
Martinson DG, Pisias NG, Hays JD, et al. (1987) Age dating and the orbital theory of the ice ages: Development of a high-resolution 0 to 300,000-year chronostratigraphy Quaternary Research. 27: 1-29
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