W. David Liddell
W. David Liddell
Professor of Geology, Utah State University
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Changes in benthic community composition following the mass mortality of Diadema at Jamaica
WD Liddell, SL Ohlhorst
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 95 (3), 271-278, 1986
2011986
Patterns of reef community structure, North Jamaica
WD Liddell, SL Ohlhorst
Bulletin of Marine Science 40 (2), 311-329, 1987
1301987
Preservation and paleoecology of a Middle Ordovician hardground community
CE Brett, WD Liddell
Paleobiology, 329-348, 1978
1251978
Evaluation of reef census techniques
SL Ohlhorst, WD Liddell, RJ Taylor, MJ Taylor
Sixth Int. Coral Reef Symp 2, 319, 1988
901988
Experimental analysis of abrasion and dissolution resistance of modern reef-dwelling foraminifera; implications for the preservation of biogenic carbonate
E Kotler, RE Martin, WD Liddell
Palaios 7 (3), 244-276, 1992
861992
Recent crinoid biostratinomy
WD Liddell
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 7 (7), 1169, 1975
861975
Skeletal overgrowths among epizoans from the Silurian (Wenlockian) Waldron Shale
WD Liddell, CE Brett
Paleobiology, 67-78, 1982
851982
Ten years of disturbance and change on a Jamaican fringing reef
WD Liddell, SL Ohlhorst
7th Int. Coral Reef Symp., 149, 1992
781992
Comparative taphonomy of bivalves and foraminifera from Holocene tidal flat sediments, Bahia la Choya, Sonora, Mexico (Northern Gulf of California): taphonomic grades and …
RE Martin, JF Wehmiller, MS Harris, WD Liddell
Paleobiology, 80-90, 1996
771996
Relationships between streambed substrate characteristics and freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Coastal Plain streams
JB Box, RM Dorazio, WD Liddell
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21 (2), 253-260, 2002
732002
Late Cambrian hard substrate communities from Montana/Wyoming: the oldest known hardground encrusters
CE BRETT, WD LIDDELL, KL DERSTLER
Lethaia 16 (4), 281-289, 1983
731983
The taphonomy of Foraminifera in modern carbonate environments: implications for the formation of foraminiferal assemblages
RE Martin
The Processes of Fossilization, 170-193, 1991
711991
Sequence stratigraphy, cyclic facies, and lagerstätten in the Middle Cambrian Wheeler and Marjum formations, Great Basin, Utah
CE Brett, PA Allison, MK DeSantis, WD Liddell, A Kramer
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 277 (1-2), 9-33, 2009
692009
Hard substrata community patterns, 1-120 M, North Jamaica
WD Liddell, SL Ohlhorst
Palaios 3 (4), 413-423, 1988
691988
Patterns of benthic community structure
WD Liddell, WE Avery, SL Ohlhorst
8th Int. Coral Reef Symp 1, 437, 1997
511997
Patterns of sediment composition of Jamaican fringing reef facies
SK Boss, WD Liddell
Sedimentology 34 (1), 77-87, 1987
511987
Taphonomy and time-averaging of foraminiferal assemblages in Holocene tidal flat sediments, Bahia la Choya, Sonora, Mexico (northern Gulf of California)
RE Martin, MS Harris, WD Liddell
Marine Micropaleontology 26 (1-4), 187-206, 1995
481995
Artificial time-averaging of marsh foraminiferal assemblages: linking the temporal scales of ecology and paleoecology
RE Martin, SP Hippensteel, D Nikitina, JE Pizzuto
Paleobiology 28 (2), 263-277, 2002
47*2002
Foraminiferal biofacies on a north coast fringing reef (1-75 m), Discovery Bay, Jamaica
RE Martin, WD Liddell
Palaios 3 (3), 298-314, 1988
451988
Sequence stratigraphy and paleoecology of the Middle Cambrian Spence Shale in northern Utah and southern Idaho
WD Liddell, SW Wright, CE Brett
Brigham Young Geol. Stud 42, 59, 1997
431997
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