Allan A. Ekdale

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Geology and Geophysics University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Paleontology, Geology, Mathematics
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John Warme grad student 1974 Rice University (E-Tree)
 (Geologic History of the Abyssal Benthos: Evidence from Trace Fossils in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores.)
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Lehane JR, Ekdale AA. (2016) Morphometric analysis of graphoglyptid trace fossils in two dimensions: Implications for behavioral evolution in the deep sea Paleobiology. 42: 317-334
Tweet J, Chin K, Ekdale AA. (2016) Trace fossils of possible parasites inside the gut contents of a hadrosaurid dinosaur, Upper Cretaceous Judith River Formation, Montana Journal of Paleontology. 90: 279-287
Ekdale AA, de Gibert JM. (2016) Late Miocene deep-sea trace fossil associations in the Vera Basin, Almería, Southeastern Spain Spanish Journal of Paleontology. 29: 95-104
Ekdale AA, Harding SC. (2015) Cylindrichnus concentricus toots in Howard, 1966 (trace fossil) in its type locality, upper cretaceous, wyoming Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae. 85: 427-432
Harding SC, Nash BP, Petersen EU, et al. (2014) Mineralogy and geochemistry of the main glauconite bed in the Middle Eocene of Texas: paleoenvironmental implications for the verdine facies. Plos One. 9: e87656
Good TR, Ekdale AA. (2014) Paleoecology and taphonomy of trace fossils in the eolian upper triassic/lower jurassic nugget sandstone, Northeastern Utah Palaios. 29: 401-413
Difley RL, Ekdale AA. (2014) Footprints of Utah's last dinosaurs: Track beds in the upper cretaceous (maastrichtian) north horn formation of the wasatch plateau, central Utah Palaios. 17: 327-346
Lehane JR, Ekdale AA. (2014) Analytical tools for quantifying the morphology of invertebrate trace fossils Journal of Paleontology. 88: 747-759
Chin K, Pearson D, Ekdale AA. (2013) Fossil worm burrows reveal very early terrestrial animal activity and shed light on trophic resources after the end-cretaceous mass extinction. Plos One. 8: e70920
Lehane JR, Ekdale AA. (2013) Fractal analysis of graphoglyptid trace fossils Palaios. 28: 23-32
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