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Patricia Weaver: Complete Publications

Complete Publications List:

McMenamin, M.A.S., Weaver, P.G., 2002. Proterozoic-Cambrian paleobiogeography of the Carolina Terrane, Southeastern Geology, 142 (2), 119-126.

Weaver, P.G.,  Ciampaglio, C.N., 2003. A new genus of belosaepiid (Coleoidea) from the Castle Hayne Limestone (Eocene) of southeastern North Carolina. Journal of Paleontology,  77 (6), 1103-1106.

Ciampaglio, C.N., Weaver, P.G., 2004. Comatulid crinoids from the Castle Hayne Limestone (Eocene), Southeastern North Carolina, Southeastern Geology, 42 (3), 179-187.

McMenamin, M.A.S., Weaver, P.G., 2004. Middle Cambrian polymeroid trilobites and correlation of the Carolina and Augusta Terranes. Southeastern Geology, 43 (1), 21-38.

Weaver, P.G., Webb, R.A., Chandler, R.E., 2006. Some additional echinoderms from the PCS (Lee Creek) Phosphate Mine, near Aurora, Beaufort County, North Carolina. Southeastern Geology, 44 (2), 73-83.

Weaver, P.G., McMenamin, M.A.S., Tacker, R.C., 2006. Paleoenvironmental and paleobiogeographical implications of a  new Ediacaran body fossil from the Neoproterozoic Carolina Terrane, Stanly Co., North Carolina. Precambrian Research, 105:123-135.

Hibbard, James; McMenamin, Mark; Pollock, Jeff; Weaver, Patricia G.; Tacker, R. Chris; Miller, Brent V.; Samson, Scott and Secor, Don, 2006. Significance of a new Ediacaran fossil find in the Albermarle group, Carolina terrane of North Carolina: In Bradley, P.J., Clark, T.W. (Eds.) The Geology of the Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and Efland 7.5 –Minute Quadrangles, Orange and Durham Counties, Carolina Terrane, North Carolina. Carolina Geological Society Field Trip Guidebook, 29-34.

Weaver, P.G., Tacker, McMenamin, M.A.S., Webb, R.A., 2006. Ediacaran Body Fossils of South-central North Carolina: Preliminary Report: In Bradley, P.J., Clark, T.W. (Eds.) The Geology of the Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and Efland 7.5 –Minute Quadrangles, Orange and Durham Counties, Carolina Terrane, North Carolina. Carolina Geological Society Field Trip Guidebook, 35-42. 

Weaver, P., Ciampaglio, C., Chandler, R., 2007. Rarely seen coleoid phragmacone steinkerns from the Eocene Castle Hayne Limestone of southeastern North Carolina. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, Band 279, Lieferung 4-6, pp. 159-165.

Ciampaglio, C.N, Weaver, P.G., 2007. Maastrichtian (Cretaceous) regular echinoids from the Rocky Point Member, Peedee Formation southeastern North Carolina. Southeastern Geology, 45 (1): 43-49.

Ciampaglio, C.N., Donovan, S.K., Weaver, P.G. 2007. Gracile bourgueticrinids (Crinoidea) from the Castle Hayne Formation (Eocene), southeastern North Carolina, USA. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 100: 243-249.

Weaver, P.G., Tacker, R.C., McMenamin, M.A.S., Ciampaglio, C.N., Webb, R.A., 2008. Additional Ediacaran body fossils of south-central North Carolina. Southeastern Geology, 45 (4): 225-232.

Ciampaglio, C.N., Weaver, P.G., 2008. Two new genera of Coleoidea from the Chickasawhay
Limestone(Oligocene) of Alabama, Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaeontologie: 250 (1): 103-111.

Ciampaglio, C.N., Osborn, A.S., Weaver, P.G., 2009. A new species of Plagiobrissus from the early Late Pliocene (Piacenzian) Goose Creek Limestone of Northeastern South Carolina. Southeastern Geology, 46 (4): 201-210.

Tacker, R.C., Martin, A.J., Weaver, P.G., Lawver, D.R., 2010. Trace fossils versus body fossils: Oldhamia recta revisited. Precambrian Research, 178 (1): 43-50.

Weaver, P.G., Ciampaglio, C.N., Chandler, R.E., 2010. An overview of coleoid cephalopods from the Paleogene and Neogene aged rocks of southern North America. Ferrantia, 59: 204-214.

Weaver, P.G., Dockery, D.T. III, Ciampaglio, C.N., 2010. A new genus of coleoid cephalopod from the Jackson Group (Late Eocene), Hinds County, Mississippi. Palaeontographica Abteilung A, 292 (1-3): 53-63.

Weaver, P.G., Doguzhaeva, L.A., Lawver, D.R., Tacker, R.C., Ciampaglio, C.N., Crate, J.M., Zheng, W., 2011. Characterization of organics consistent with ß-chitin preserved in the Late Eocene cuttlefish Mississaepia mississippiensis. PLoS One 6(11): e28195. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0028195

Weaver, P.G., Ciampaglio, C.N., Sadorf, E.M., 2012. Rhyncholites and conchorhynch (calcified nautiloid beaks) from the Eocene (Lutetian/Priabonian) Castle Hayne Formation, southeastern North Carolina. Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Paläontologie. Abhandlung. 264 (1):61-75.

Doguzhaeva, L.A., Weaver, P.G., Ciampaglio, C.N., 2012. A unique late Eocene coleoid cephalopod Mississaepia from Mississippi, USA: new data on cuttlebone morphology, ultrastructure, chemical composition, and their phylogenetic implications. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. In press.

Bogan, A.E., Weaver, P.G., 2012. A new genus and new species of freshwater mussel from the mid Late Triassic rift lakes of eastern North Carolina (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionida: cf. Unionidae). Southeastern Naturalist. In press.   

Abstracts

Arthur E. Bogan, Schneider, Vince, P., Weaver, Patricia G., Spamer, Earle E., 2001. Triassic freshwater bivavles (Unionoida) of the rift lakes in Eastern United States, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society 2nd Symposium Program and Abstracts, Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA. Abstract 61, p. 40.

Charles N. Ciampaglio, Weaver, P.G., 2004. Comatulid crinoids from the Castle Hayne Limestone, Southeastern North Carolina, Geological Society of America 39th Annual Northeastern and 53rd Annual Southeastern Section Meeting Abstracts with Programs,  36 (2), p. 133.

Hibbard, J., McMenamin, M., Pollock, J., Weaver, P. G., Tacker, R.C., Miller, B. V., Samson, S., Secor, D., 2006. Significance of a new Ediacaran fossil find in the Carolina Terrane of North Carolina. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Northeastern Section), 38 (2), p. 91

Tacker, R.C., Weaver, P.G., McMenamin, M.A.S., 2006. Paleoenvironmental and paleobiogeographical implications of a swartpuntiid from the Ediacara Period, Carolina Terrane, Stanly County, North Carolina. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Southeastern Section), 38 (3), p.53

Weaver, P.G., Tacker, R.C., McMenamin, 2006.Ediacaran body fossils of South-central North Carolina: Review and analysis of Neoproterozoic-Early Cambrian fauna. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 38 (7), p. 550

Ciampaglio, C. N., Weaver, P.G., Chandler, R.E.,  2006 A new genus of  belosaepiid (Coleoidea) and associated, rarely seen phragmacone steinkerns from the Castle Hayne Limestone (Eocene) of Southeastern North Carolina. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 38 (7), p. 556.

Bogan, A.E., Weaver, P.G., 2007. Triassic freshwater bivalves of the rift lakes in central North Carolina, Geological Society of America, Southeast Section Abstracts with Programs, 39 (2), p. 30.

Tacker, R.C., Weaver, P.G., 2007. Body vs. trace fossils: a preliminary reassessment of squiggles, rods and clusters on Neoproterozoic bedding planes from the Carolina Terrane, Stanly County, North Carolina. Geological Society of America, Southeast Section Abstracts with Programs, 39 (2), p. 12.

Bogan, A. E.,  Weaver, P.G., 2008. A new genus and species of Triassic freshwater bivalve from the Durham sub-basin of North Carolina. Geological Society of America, Southeast Section Abstracts with Programs, 40 (4): p. 55

Ciampaglio, C. N., Donovan, S. K., Weaver, P.G.,2008. A new bourgueticrinid (Crinoidea) from the Castle Hayne Formation. Geological Society of America, North-central Section Abstracts with Programs, 40 (5), p. 85.

Weaver, P.G., Ciampaglio, C.N., Chandler, R.E., 2010. An overview of coleoid cephalopods from the Paleogene and Neogene aged rocks of southern North America. In: Fuchs, D. (ed.). 3rd International Symposium "Coleoid Cephalopods Through Time", Luxembourg, abstracts.