Lisa Amati, Ph.D.

2004 University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
Paleontology, Paleoecology
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Stephen R. Westrop grad student 2004 University of Oklahoma
 (Systematics and paleoecology of trilobites from the Late Ordovician Viola Group, south-central Oklahoma.)
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Landing E, Hersi OS, Amati L, et al. (2019) Early Paleozoic rifting and reactivation of a passive-margin rift: Insights from detrital zircon provenance signatures of the Potsdam Group, Ottawa graben: Comment Gsa Bulletin. 131: 695-698
Swisher RE, Westrop SR, Amati L. (2016) Systematics and paleobiogeographic significance of the Upper Ordovician pterygometopine trilobite Achatella Delo, 1935 Journal of Paleontology. 90: 59-77
Swisher RE, Westrop SR, Amati L. (2015) The Upper Ordovician trilobite Raymondites Sinclair, 1944 in North America Journal of Paleontology. 89: 110-134
Carlucci JR, Westrop SR, Amati L, et al. (2012) A systematic revision of the upper ordovician trilobite genus bumastoides (Illaenidae), with new species from Oklahoma, Virginia and Missouri Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 10: 679-723
Carlucci JR, Westrop SR, Amati L. (2010) Tetralichine trilobites from the upper ordovician of Oklahoma and Virginia and phylogenetic systematics of the Tetralichini Journal of Paleontology. 84: 1099-1120
Landing E, Amati L, Franzi DA. (2009) Epeirogenic transgression near a triple junction: The oldest (latest early - Middle Cambrian) marine onlap of cratonic New York and Quebec Geological Magazine. 146: 552-566
Amati L, Westrop SR. (2006) Sedimentary facies and trilobite biofacies along an Ordovician shelf to basin gradient, Viola Group, south-central Oklahoma Palaios. 21: 516-529
Amati L, Feldmann RM, Zonneveld JP. (2004) A new family of Triassic lobsters (Decapoda: Astacidea) from British Columbia and its phylogenetic context Journal of Paleontology. 78: 150-168
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