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honeycuttChris M.E. Honeycutt
Department of Laboratory Sciences
Jefferson Community College
1220 Coffeen Street
Watertown, New York 13601

Chris Ebey Honeycutt has been a faculty member at Jefferson Community College (SUNY Jefferson) since August 2013. The bulk of her publications have focused on applying mathematics and computer science to problems in paleontology, particularly ichnology and enigmatic fossils such as Paleodictyon. Her BS at the University of Illinois at Chicago was in mathematics, while her MS at the University of Illinois was in Earth and Environmental sciences. Her Ph.D. at the University of Southern Denmark was in biology, focusing on mathematical models of Proterozoic biogeochemistry, the Canfield Ocean, and carbon isotope fractionation.




Roy Plotnick
PE Emeritus Editorials Editor
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago
845 W. Taylor St.
Chicago, IL 60607

Roy Plotnick is a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he has been for more than thirty years since he received his doctorate at the University of Chicago.  The inertia of his affiliation is in total contrast to the unpredictability of his scientific interests, which can be best be characterized as eclectic (some may some unfocused!) .  He has published on eurypterids, arthropod taphonomy, functional morphology, the nature of wastebasket taxa, disparity, quantitative stratigraphy, trace fossils, and the applications of fractal and related methods in paleontology, stratigraphy, and landscape ecology.  He is currently working on a remarkable Pennsylvanian paleokarst and cave fill, which preserves very early conifers.  Roy has been associated with both PBDB and CHRONOS.  Other interests include amateur astronomy, toy trains, and The Little Engine that Could.


kenigFabien Kenig
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago
Science and Engineering South Building
(MC 186)
845 West Taylor Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7059

Fabien Kenig is an Earth scientist. He uses organic geochemistry and stable isotope analysis to answer questions in paleooceanography. A large part of his work focuses on biomarkers that can be used as climate proxies. He is currently a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the department of Earth and environmental sciences.

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23 years of electronic palaeontology

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