Inactive projects and other dusty stuff that I've accumulated
With my current field area in the marine Jurassic of the western U.S., I’ve come to an end on my Ordovician work (at least for the foreseeable future). These three Ordovician-related sites are still online, but I’m no longer actively updating them, although I have made changes if someone brings a correction or a new report to my attention.
- Cincinnatian Fossils and Stratigraphy
- Nashville Fossils and Stratigraphy
- Ordovician Sequence Stratigraphy
These are some strange trace fossils called Lophoctenium that we found in a levee deposit in the Pennsylvanian Breathitt Group at Flat Lick, Kentucky.