2014 SEPM Foundation Student Award Winners

David Auerbach, Yale University, Middle-Late Miocene Evolution of the Andean Rain Shadow and Magnitude of Uplift

Jillian Bambrick-Banks, Louisiana State University, Sedimentary Record of Paleo- and Recent Climate for Okak Bay, Labrador, Canada: Anthropogenic Alteration of Environment and Atlantic Ocean Circulation Patterns

Rickey Bartlett, University of New Mexico, Investigation of Global Ocean Redox Conditions during the Late Ordovician Mass Extinction using Uranium Isotopes

Nicole Braun, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Influence of Late Paleozoic Ice Age on Marine Paleoecommunities in High Paleolatitude Regions, Tepuel Basin, Central Patagonia, Argentina

Margaret A. Christie, University of Delaware, Impacts of Land-use Changes from the time of European Settlement to Present on the Water Quality of the tidal Christina River, Mid-Atlantic States, USA

Annaka Clement, University of Georgia, Sequence Stratigraphy of the Evaporite-bearing Middle Jurassic Gypsum Spring Formation in the southeast Bighorn Basin of Wyoming

Rebecca Caldwell, Indiana University, Understanding End-member Types of Deltaic Bars: Implications for Delta Stratigraphy

Jillian Evans, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada, Three-dimensional visualization of Palaeophycus and Phoebichnus trace fossils

Scott Evans, University of California-Riverside, Environment of Deposition of the Ediacaran Dickinsonia, South Australia

Alexa Goers, University of Kansas, Developing Ichnofacies Models of Holocene and Pleistocene Carbonate Shallow Shoreface Successions: Crooked-Acklins Platform, southern Bahamas

John Robert Hanke, Norther Illinois University, Spatial Variability of a Map-scale Fracture Network at Salt Valley Anticline, near Arches National Park, Utah

R. Hunter Harlow, Baylor University, Critical Zone and Landscape Evolution Across the Late Triassic Adamantian and Revueltian Biotic Turnover, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona

Miles Henderson, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Ocean Circulation as a Driver for Changes in Oceanic Chemistry in the Middle-Late Ordovician

Evan Jones, Colorado School of Mines, Depositional Architecture, Channel-fill Style, and Provenance of the Fluvial Wasatch and Green River Formations, Utah

Anthony Layzell, University of Kansas, The Temporal Patterns of Plio-Pleistocene Landscape Evolution in the High Plains of western Kansas

William Lukens, Baylor University, Ecosystem Structure, Climate State and Fire Regime at the Late Hemphillian (~6.6 Ma) Coffee Ranch Fossil Site, North Texas, USA

Caitlin Leslie, Baylor University, Stratigraphic and Pedologic Reconstruction of latest Cretaceous and Paleocene Paleoenvironments and Paleoclimates in the southwestern USA

Yohan Letourmy, Baylor University, The Impact of Carboniferous Vegetation Evolution on Paleosols in the UNESCO World Heritage Joggins Formation of Nova Scotia, Canada

Daniel Maxbauer, University of Minnesota, High-Resolution Record of Paleosol Magnetism across PETM sections in the Piceance Basin of western Colorado

Mark McCollum, Oklahoma State University, Frequency and Intensity of Major Storms Quaternary of Cheyenne Bottoms, Kansas

Win Nadia Francis McLaughlin, University of Oregon, Biostratigraphy and Ecology of Late Miocene Mammals, Kochkor Basin, Northern Kyrgyzstan

Thomas C. Neal, University of Kansas, Sedimentology and Nearshore Hydrodynamic Controls on a Holocene Carbonate Ramp: Northeastern Yucatan Mexico, Isla de Holbox Region

Devon Anne Orme, University of Arizona, Forearc Evolution of the Xigaze Basin, Southern Tibet

Christopher W. Oest, Temple University, Paleosol Development in the Devonian Catskill Formation, Pennsylvania

Tony Michael Pugliano, University of Kansas, Sedimentologic and Reservoir Character of Shoaling and Fining-Upward Cycles: Fundamental Building Blocks of Heterozoan Carbonate Reservoirs

Sarah Sheffield, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Understanding the Evolutionary Relationships between Class Diploporita and other Stalked Echinoderms

Sharane Simon, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada, Sedimentology of the Fluvial Systems of the Clear Fork Group in north-central Texas: Implications for Early Permian Paleoclimate and Plant Fossil Taphonomy

Arnoud Slootman, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Srontium Isotope Stratigraphy and Tsunamite Frequency Pleistocene, Favignana Island, Italy

Theodore R. Them, Virginia Polytechnic University, Oceanic Carbonate Chemistry Changes Across the Toarcian OAE

Tracy Joseph Thomson, University of California-Riverside, Facies Controls on Swim Track Preservation Potential, Triassic Moenkopi Formation, Utah

Marshall S. Tofte, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Roles of Tectonism, Climate, and Deposition on Quantitative Patterns of Organic Enrichment within the Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming

Kirk Townsend, Utah State University, Erosion History of Pleistocene Colluvial/Alluvial Fans, Kanab Creek, Southern Utah

Dylan Wilmeth, University of Southern California, Testing the Biogenic Origin of 2.7 Ga Playa Lake Stromatolites, Hartbeesfontein, South Africa

Kai Zhou, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, Sedimentology, Paleoecology and Diagenesis of Mud Mound Reefs on an Upper Devonian (Frasnian) Ramp, Western Alberta, Canada

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