JERE H. LIPPS

 

ALL PUBLICATIONS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

 

This is a catalog of everything that has appeared in print or on the World Wide Web (except discussions), including abstracts, editorials, magazine articles, reports, peer reviewed scientific papers, and photographs, in chronological order.

 

1961.

 

 1.  Miller, Loye, Edward D. Mitchell and Jere H. Lipps.  New light on the flightless goose Chendytes lawi.  Los Angeles County Museum Contributions in Science.  43:1-11.

 

1962.

 

 2.  Lipps, Jere H.  Paleontology and stratigraphy of Miocene marine deposits on San Clemente Island, California. Bulletin Southern California Academy of Science. 61:180.

 

 3.  Lipps, Jere H.  Four photographs of fossils and deposits, In:  E. D. Mitchell, Jr.  Sharktooth Hill.  Los Angeles County Museum Quarterly.  1(2):12-15.

 

1963.

 

 4.  Lipps, Jere H.  A new species of Acmaea  (Archaeogastropoda) from the Pleistocene of San Nicolas Island, California.  Los Angeles County Museum Contributions in Science.  75:1-15.

 

 5.  Valentine,  James W., and Jere H. Lipps.   Late Cenozoic rocky-shore assemblages from Anacapa Island, California.  Journal of Paleontology. 37:1292-1302.

 

1964.

 

 6.  Lipps, Jere H. A new species of Seabrookia (Foraminiferida) from the later Tertiary of Southern California.  Journal of Protozoology.  11:242-246.

 

 7.   Lipps, Jere H.  Miocene planktonic foraminifera from Newport Bay, California.  Tulane Studies in Geology.  2:109-133.

 

 8.   Lipps, Jere H.  Late Pleistocene history of West Anacapa Island, California.  Geological Society of America Bulletin.  75:1169-1176

 

 9.  Mitchell, Edward D., Jr., and Jere H. Lipps.  Miocene marine vertebrates from San Clemente Island, California.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  76:214-215.

 

10.  Valentine, James W. and Jere H. Lipps.  Late Cenozoic rocky-shore assemblages from Anacapa Island, California. Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  76:229.

 

1965.

 

11.  Mitchell, Edward D., Jr., and Jere H. Lipps. Fossil collecting on San Clemente Island.  Pacific Discovery. 18:2-8.

 

12.   Lipps, Jere H.  Revision of the foraminiferal family Pseudoparrellidae Voloshinova.  Tulane Studies in Geology.  3:117-147.

 

13.   Lipps,  Jere H.  Oligocene in California?  Nature.  208:885-886.

 

14.   Lipps, Jere H.  Miocene planktonic foraminifera from near Newport Beach, California.  Bulletin American Association of Petroleum Geologists.  49:1764.

 

1966.

 

15.   Lipps, Jere H.  A new name for Acmaea mitchelli Lipps.  The Veliger.  9:250.

 

16.   Lipps, Jere H.  Cenozoic planktonic foraminifera. I.  Wall structure, classification and phylogeny of genera.  II.  California mid-Cenozoic biostratigraphy and zoogeography.  Dissertation Abstracts.  27:210B-211B.

 

17.  Lipps, Jere H.  Photography of Allodesmus kelloggi in the field, p. 103.  In:  E. Mitchell.  The Miocene pinniped Allodesmus.  University of California Publications in Geological Sciences.  61:1-105.

 

18.   Lipps,  Jere H., and John E. Warme.  Planktonic foraminiferal biofacies in the Okhotsk Sea.  Contributions from the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research.  17:125-134, pl. 9.

 

19.   Lipps,  Jere H.  Wall  structure, systematics and phylogeny studies of Cenozoic planktonic foraminifera.  Journal of Paleontology.  40:1257-1278.

 

20.  Lipps, Jere H.  Planktonic foraminiferal zonation of the California "Miocene".  Bulletin American Association of Petroleum Geologists.  50:623.

 

21.  Tappan, Helen N. and Jere H. Lipps.  Wall structures, classification, and evolution in planktonic foraminifera. Bulletin American Association of Petroleum Geologists. 50:637.

 

22.  Valentine, James W. and Jere H. Lipps.  Pleistocene mollusks from Santa Barbara Island, and their biostratigraphic implications.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  87:235.

 

23.  Lipps, Jere H.  Wall structure and classification of Cenozoic planktonic foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  87:213-214.

 

24.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review: "A new species of Rosalina (Foraminifera) parasitic on a bivalve" by Ruth Todd.  The Veliger.  9:253-254.

 

1967.

 

25.  Lipps, Jere H. (among others). Geologic map of the Nipomo Quadrangle, California, In:  Hall, C. A. and C. E. Corbato, Stratigraphy and structure of Mesozoic and Cenozoic rocks, Nipomo Quadrangle, Southern Coast Ranges, California.   Geological Society of America Bulletin.  78:559-582.

 

26.  Lipps, Jere H.  Age and environment of a marine terrace fauna, San Clemente Island, California.  The Veliger.  9:388-398.

 

27.  Lipps, Jere H., and Paul H. Ribbe.  Electron-probe microanalysis of planktonic foraminifera.   Journal of Paleontology.  41:492-496.

 

28.  Lipps, Jere H., and K. L. Lipps.  Phyletic affinities of the foraminiferan Tremachora n. gen. (Tremachoridae, n. fam.).  Journal of Paleontology.  41:496-499.

 

29.  Lipps, Jere H.  Planktonic foraminifera, intercontinental correlation and age of California mid-Cenozoic microfaunal stages. Journal of Paleontology.  41:994-999.

 

30.  Valentine, James W., and Jere H. Lipps.  Late Cenozoic history of the Southern California Islands, pp. 21-35.  In: R.N. Philbrick (ed.), Proceedings of the Symposium on the Biology of the California Islands.  Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara, California.

 

31.  Lipps, Jere H.  Miocene calcareous plankton, Reliz Canyon, California, pp. 54-60.  In: Gabilan Range and Adjacent San  Andreas Fault.  Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Pacific Section, Society of Economic  Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Guidebook, 1967.

 

32.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review: Papers on phytoflagellates.  Systematic Zoology.  16:95-96.

 

1968.

 

33.  Lipps, Jere H., James W. Valentine, and Edward D. Mitchell.  Pleistocene paleoecology and biostratigraphy, Santa Barbara Island, California.  Journal of Paleontology.  42:291-307.

 

34.  Lipps, Jere H., and Arthur G. Sylvester.  The enigmatic lower Cambrian fossil Volborthella, and its occurrence in California.  Journal of Paleontology. 42:329-336, pl. 43.

 

35.  Lipps, Jere H.  Mid-Cenozoic calcareous nannoplankton from western North America.  Nature.  218:1151-1152.

 

36.  Lipps, Jere H.  Fossil calcareous plankton from the Clipperton Fracture Zone, equatorial east Pacific: interregional correlation and zoogeography.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  101:122-123.

 

37.  Lipps, Jere H., and Paul H. Ribbe.  X-ray emission microanalysis of planktonic foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  101:123-124.

 

1969.

 

38.  Lipps, Jere H. (among 10 others).  Cretaceous, Tertiary and Early Pleistocene rocks from the continental margin in the Bering Sea.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 80:1471-1480.

 

39.  Lipps, Jere H.  Triquetrorhabdulus and similar calcareous nannonplankton.  Journal of Paleontology.  43:1029-1032.

 

40.  Lipps, Jere H.  Tertiary plankton from the Clipperton Fracture Zone, equatorial east Pacific.  Geological Society of America Bulletin.  80:1801-1808.

 

41.  Lipps, Jere H., and Malcolm G. Erskian.  Plastogamy in foraminifera:  Glabratella ornatissima (Cushman).  Journal of Protozoology.  16:422-425.

 

42.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution of planktonic protista.  Journal of Protozoology.  15(supplement):26.

 

43.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Voprosy Mikropaleontologii 10".  Journal of Paleontology.  45:594.

 

44.  Lipps, Jere H., and Malcolm G. Erskian.  The mechanism and adaptive significance of plastogamy in the foraminiferan Glabratella ornatissima (Cushman).  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.  3:35-36

 

45.  Lipps, Jere H., and Malcolm G. Erskian.  Distributional patterns of estuarine microfaunas, northern California.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  3:36.

 

46.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biogeography and evolution of siliceous microplankton.  Journal of Paleontology. 43:892.

 

47.  Lipps, Jere H.  Plankton diversifications and extinctions. Geological Society of America, Special Paper.   121:175-176.

 

48.  Lipps, Jere H. and Edward Mitchell.  Climatic regulation of factors controlling Otariid pinniped origins and diversification.  Geological Society of America, Special Paper.  121:176.

 

1970.

 

49.  Lipps, Jere H. (among others).  Deep sea drilling project: Leg 8.  Geotimes, February, pp. 14-15.

 

50.  Lipps, Jere H., and James W. Valentine.  The role of foraminifera in the trophic structure of marine communities.  Lethaia.  3:279-286.

 

51.  Lipps, Jere H.  Plankton evolution.  Evolution.  24:1-22.

 

52.  Valentine, James W., and Jere H. Lipps.  Marine fossils at Rancho La Brea.  Science.  169:277-278.

 

53.  Lipps, Jere H.  Ecology and evolution of silicoflagellates.  First North American Paleontology Convention, Proceedings.  G:965-993.

 

54.  Wilson, N., and Jere H. Lipps.  Cretaceous nannoplankton from the San Diego region, California. AAPG-SEPM 1970 Field Trip Guidebook, pp. 59-66.

 

55.  Lipps, Jere H.  Distribution of coccolithophorids in sediments of the Gulf of California.  Annual Report on Research, American Chemical Society.   14:102.

 

56.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution in the pelagic realm.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  2:607-608.

 

1971.

57.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Cruise Leg Synthesis - Introduction.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:5-15.

 

58.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Cruise Leg Synthesis - Summary:  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:17-42

 

59.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 68. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:45-60.

 

60.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 69.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:61-134.

 

61.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 70.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:135-283.

 

62.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 71.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:285-458.

 

63.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 72.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:459-533.

 

64.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 73.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:535-619.

 

65.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 74.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:621-674.

 

66.  Tracey, Joshua I., Jr., George H. Sutton, W. D. Nesteroff, Jon Galehouse, C. C. Von der Borch, T. C. Moore, Jere H. Lipps, U. Z. Bilal ul Haq, J. P. Bechmann.  Site Reports - Site 75.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. 8:675-709.

 

67.  Haq, U. Z. B., and Jere H. Lipps.  Calcareous nannonplankton.  Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.  8:777-789.

 

68.  Lipps, Jere H., and E. M. Moores (eds.).  Geologic guide to the northern Coast Ranges, Point Reyes Region, California. Geological Soc. of Sacramento.  136 p.

 

69.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biography of James W. Valentine.  Journal of Paleontology.  45:742-743.

 

70.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Eocene and Oligocene foraminifera from the Santa Cruz Mountains, California"  by W. W. Fairchild, P. R. Wesendunk, and D. W. Weaver.  Journal of Paleontology.  45:351-352.

 

71.  DeLaca, Ted E. and Jere H. Lipps.  Ecology and test chemistry of shallow-water foraminifera, Northern California.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program. 3:109.

 

72.  Lipps, Jere H.  California mid-Cenozoic calcareous plankton.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  3:149

 

73.  Lipps, Jere H.  California plankton biostratigraphy and paleoecology:  Introduction.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  3:194-195.

 

74.  Lipps, Jere H.  History of circulation in the Pacific Ocean.  American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin.  55:348-349.

 

75.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biogeography of calcareous nannoplankton in the surface sediments of the Gulf of California.  Annual Report on Research, American Chemical Society.  15:17.

 

76.  Lipps, Jere H.  Siliceous cement in foraminifera?   Journal of Protozoology. 18 (supplement):30.

 

77.  Lipps, Jere H., and Harry W. Green, II.  Is the granular-radial wall classification valid in foraminiferal systematics?   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  3:635.

 

1972.

 

78.  DeLaca, Ted E., and Jere H. Lipps.  The mechanism and adaptive significance of attachment and substrate pitting in the foraminiferan Rosalina globularis d'Orbigny.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  2:68-72.

 

79.  Lipps, Jere H. (ed.).  Symposium on Plankton Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology of the Eastern North Pacific.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.  12:1-150.

 

80.  Lipps, Jere H.  Plankton biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Eastern North Pacific:  Introduction.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.  12:3-14.

 

81.  McKeel, Daniel R., and Jere H. Lipps.  Calcareous plankton from the Tertiary of Oregon.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.  12:75-93.

 

82.  Lipps, Jere H., and Maurice Kalisky.  California Oligo-Miocene calcareous nannoplankton biostratigraphy and paleoecology.  Proceedings Pacific Coast Miocene Biostratigraphic Symposium, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Bakersfield, California, pp. 239-254.

 

83.  Lipps, Jere H.,  Ted E. DeLaca, William  Krebs and William Stockton.  Shallow-water foraminiferal studies, Antarctic Peninsula, 1971-1972.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 7:82-83.

 

1973.

 

84.  Lipps, Jere H.  Microfossils, pp. 308-312.  In: Peter Gray (ed.), Encyclopedia of Microscopy and Microtechniques.  Van Nostrand  Reinhold Co., New York.

 

85.  Lipps, Jere H.  Test structure in foraminifera.  Annual Review of Microbiology.  27:471-488.

 

86.  DeLaca, Ted E., Jere H. Lipps, Albert P. Giannini, Philip Haley, Thomas A. Kauffman, William Krebs, and William Stockton.  Biology and ecology of shallow-water foraminifera, Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S.  8:205-206.

 

87.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "The geology and paleontology of the marine Pliocene of San Diego, California (Paleontology:  Pelecypoda)" by L. G. Hertlein and U. S. Grant IV.  American Journal of Science.  273:542-543.

 

88.  Lipps, Jere H., and Roy J. Enrico.  Biology and ecology of the strange spicular foraminiferan Carterina.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  5:73.

 

89.  Deutsch, Susan, and Jere H. Lipps.  Test ultrastructure in the foraminiferan Carterina.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  5:33.

 

90.  Lipps, Jere H.  Predation by reef fish on foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  5:73.

 

91.  Lipps, Jere H.  Comparative biology and ecology of tropical and Antarctic foraminifera.  Bulletin American Association of Petroleum Geologists.  57:790-791.

 

92.  Lipps, Jere H.  Adaptive strategies of Antarctic foraminifera.  Palaeontological Association Circular.  72:11.

 

93.  Deutsch, Susan J., Harry W. Green, II, and Jere H. Lipps.  Transmission electron microscopy studies of the wall structure of some calcareous foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  5:597.

 

1974.

 

94.  Lipps, Jere H., and William N. Krebs.  Planktonic foraminifera associated with Antarctic sea ice.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  4:80-85.

 

95.  Lipps, Jere H., and Thomas E. Ronan, Jr.  Predation on foraminifera by the polychaete worm Diopatra.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  4:139-143.

 

96.  Lipps, Jere H., and Ted E. DeLaca.  Foraminiferal ecology, Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 9:111-113.

 

97.  Lipps, Jere H.,  James R. Correa and Gary Zumwalt.  Inventory of Significant Geological, Fossil and Marine Sites and Features in the South Pacific Border Region.  National Park Service, Landmarks Program.  435 p.

 

98.  Lipps, Jere H.  Feeding mechanisms in foraminifera.  Journal of Protozoology.  21:444.

 

1975.

 

99.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Protozoology" by Karl G. Grell.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  5:239-240.

 

100.  McKeel, Daniel R., and Jere H. Lipps.  Eocene and Oligocene planktonic foraminifera from the central and southern Oregon Coast Range.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  5:249-269.

 

101.  Cowen, Richard and Jere H. Lipps.  Controversies in the   Earth Sciences, A Reader.  West Publishing Co., St. Paul, 439 pp.

 

102.  DeLaca, T. D., Jere H. Lipps, and G. S. Zumwalt.  Encounters with leopard seals (Hydruga leptonyx) along the Antarctic Peninsula.   Antarctic Journal of the U.S.  10:85-91.

 

103.  Temnikow, Nicolas K., and Jere H. Lipps.  Foraminiferal ecology:  R/V Hero cruise 75-lA.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 10:132-133.

 

104.  Lipps, Jere H.  Feeding strategies and test function in foraminifera.  Proceedings "Benthonics '75", Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  p. 26.

 

1976.

 

105. Deutsch, Susan, and Jere H. Lipps.  Test structure of the foraminifera Carterina.  Journal of Paleontology.  50:312-317.

 

106.  DeLaca, T. E., and Jere H. Lipps.  Shallow-water marine associations, Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S.  11:12-20.

 

107.  Lipps, Jere H., and Edward Mitchell.  Trophic model for the adaptive radiations and extinctions of pelagic marine mammals.  Paleobiology.  2:147-155.

 

108.  Lipps, Jere H.  All black Adelie penguin.  Antarctic Journal of the U. S.  11:207.

 

109.  Lipps, Jere H.  The United States' "East Base,"  Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 11:211-219.

 

110.  Lipps, Jere H.  Coiling ratios in planktonic foraminifera:  adaptive strategy and paleoenvironmental interpretation.  Bulletin American Association of Petroleum Geologists.  60:2184-2185.

 

1977.

 

111.  Lipps, Jere H., William N. Krebs, and Nicholas K. Temnikow.  Microbiota under Antarctic ice shelves.  Nature.  265:232-233.

 

112.  Lipps, Jere H.  Stonington Island -- America's most southerly ghost town.  Oceans.  10:43-45.

 

113.  Conger, Susan Deutsch, Harry W. Green, II, and Jere H. Lipps.  Test ultrastructure of some calcareous foraminifera.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 7:278-296.

 

114.  Erskian, Malcolm G. and Jere H. Lipps.  Distribution of foraminifera in the Russian River estuary, northern California.  Micropaleontology.  23:453-469.

 

115.  Lipps, Jere H., and T. E. DeLaca.  Ross Ice Shelf--benthic biology, 1976-1977.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 12:32-33.

 

116.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Calcareous nannoplankton.  Earth Science Reviews.  12:427-428.

 

117.  Lipps, Jere H.  Another iceberg...  Oceans.  19(3):26.

 

118.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary biology of foraminifera.  Journal of Paleontology.  51(2; Supplement):18.

 

119.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary strategies in planktonic foraminifera.  Journal of Paleontology.  51(2, Supplement):18.

 

1978.

 

120.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  23:39-40.

 

121.  Lipps, Jere H.,  Man's impact along the Antarctic Peninsula,  pp. 333-371.  In:  Bruce C. Parker (Ed.) and Mary C. Holliman (Tech. Ed.),  Environmental Impact in Antarctica.  Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia.

 

122.  Daniels, R.A., and Jere H. Lipps.  Predation on foraminifera by antarctic fish.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 8:110-113.

 

123.  Ronan, Thomas E., Jr., Peter N. Webb, Jere H. Lipps and Ted E. DeLaca.  Miocene glaciomarine sediments from site J-9, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.   Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 13:121-123.

 

124.  Lipps, Jere H. (and 8 others).  Benthic marine biology, Ross Ice Shelf Project.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 12:139-141.

 

125.  Ronan,  Thomas E. Jr., Jere H. Lipps,  and Ted E. DeLaca.  Sediments and life under the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S.   13:141-142.

 

126.  Lipps, Jere H.  East Base, Stonington Island, Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Journal of the U.S.   13:231-232.

 

127.  Ronan, T. E., Jr., and Jere H. Lipps.  Sediments and biological environment under the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.  EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union.  59:308.

 

128.  Lipps, Jere H., and 8 others.  Marine benthic ecology below the Ross Ice Shelf.   EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union.  59:810.

 

129.  Lipps, Jere H.  The trophic role of foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  10:445.

 

130.  Ronan, T. E., Jr., and Jere H. Lipps.  Bioturbate textures in muddy sediments.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  10:480.

 

131.  Lipps, Jere H.  Paleoceanography of the eastern North Pacific.  Proceedings, Symposium on the California Islands, Santa Barbara Museum Natural History.  p. 2.

 

132.  Lipps, Jere H.  Getting under the ice shelf.  Caterpillar World.  4th Quarter:3-5.

 

1979.

 

133.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  24:38.

 

134.  Webb, P. N., T. E. Ronan, Jr., Jere H. Lipps, and T. E DeLaca.  Miocene glaciomarine sediments from beneath the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.  Science.   203:435-437.

 

135.  Lipps, Jere H., T. E. Ronan, Jr., and T. E. DeLaca.  Life below the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.  Science.  203:447-449.

 

136.  Lipps, Jere H.  Foraminiferal ecology and paleoecology,  pp. 1-2.  In: J. H. Lipps, W. H. Berger, M. A. Buzas, R. G. Douglas, and C. A. Ross,   Foraminiferal ecology and paleoecology.    Society of Economic Paleontologists and  Mineralogists, Short Course Notes No. 6.

 

137.  Lipps, Jere H.  Ecology and paleoecology of planktic foraminifera, pp. 62-104.  In: J. H. Lipps, W. H. Berger, M. A. Buzas, R. G. Douglas and C. A. Ross, Foraminiferal ecology and paleoecology:  Society of Economic Paleontologists and  Mineralogists,  Short Course Notes No. 6.

 

138.  Lipps, Jere H.  Ebriidians, p. 276. In: R. W. Fairbridge and D. Jablonski (Eds.),  Encyclopedia of Paleontology.  Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Inc., Stroudsburg, Penn.

 

139.  Lipps, Jere H., Silicoflagellates, pp. 753-757.  In: R. W. Fairbridge and D. Jablonski (eds.),  Encyclopedia of Paleontology.  Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Inc., Stroudsburg, Penn.

 

140.  Lipps, Jere H., T. E. Delaca, and T. E. Ronan, Jr.  Marine biota and ecology below the Ross Ice Shelf (82o22'S, 168o38'W):  The southernmost locality in the Pacific Ocean.  Pacific Science Association, XIV Pacific Science Congress, Khabarovsk, USSR, August 1979, Committee for Marine Sciences, Section F II, Marine Biology, Section F IIa, Biology of the Shelf, Abstracts of Papers, Moscow.  p. 61-62.

 

141.  Lipps, Jere H., Harry W. Green, II, and William J. Showers.  Test ultrastructure of Fusulinacean foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  11:88.

 

1980.

 

142.  Green, H. W., II, Jere H. Lipps, and W. J. Showers.  Test ultrastructure of fusulinid foraminifera.   Nature. 283:853-855.

 

143.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  25:36-37.

 

144.  Lipps, Jere H., and T. E. DeLaca.  Shallow-water foraminiferal ecology, Pacific Ocean,  p. 325-340.  In:  M. E. Field, and others (eds.), Quaternary depositional environments of the Pacific Coast.  Pacific Coast Paleogeography   Symposium  4.  Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and  Mineralogists, Los Angeles.

 

145.  Lipps, Jere H.  Hunters among the ice floes.  Oceans  13(3):45-47.

 

146.  DeLaca T. E., Jere H. Lipps, and R. R. Hessler.  The morphology and ecology of a new large agglutinated antarctic foraminifer (Textulariina: Notodendrodidae fam. nov.):   Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.  69:205-224.

 

147.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution in the pelagic realm of the North Pacific Ocean.  2nd International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, Vancouver, B. C., University of British Columbia, Abstracts.  p. 51.

 

148.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Foraminifera, v. 3".  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.  31:89-91.

 

149.  Lipps, Jere H.  Film segment, In:  The Search for Solutions.   Movie.

 

1981.

150.  DeLaca, T. E., D. M. Karl, and Jere H. Lipps.  Direct use of dissolved organic carbon by agglutinated benthic foraminifera.  Nature.  289:287-289.

 

151.  Lipps, Jere H.  What, if anything, is micropaleontology?  Paleobiology.  7:167-199.

 

152.  Lipps, Jere H.  The Joseph A. Cushman Award for 1980--M. Ruth Todd.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  11:248-249.

 

153.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  26:41-42.

 

154.  Finger, K. L., and Jere H. Lipps.  Foraminiferal decimation and repopulation in an active volcanic caldera, Deception Island, Antarctica.  Micropaleontology.  27:111-139.

 

155.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biotic interactions, adaptive strategies and the evolution of foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  13:498.

 

156.  Lipps, Jere H.  Comparative morphology, paleoecology and paleobiogeography of massive extinctions and evolutionary radiations in marine plankton.  Lunar and Planetary Science.  12:28.

 

1982.

 

157.  Daniels, R. A., and Jere H. Lipps.   Distribution and ecology of fishes of the Antarctic Peninsula.  Journal of Biogeography.  9:1-9.

 

158.  Brand, T., and Jere H. Lipps.  The trophic role of foraminifera in shallow-water antarctic ecosystems.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  12:96-104.

 

159.  Lipps, Jere H., and C. S. Hickman.  Age, origin and evolution of deep-sea and antarctic faunas,  pp. 324-356.  In: G. W. Ernst and J. Morin (eds.),  The environment of the Deep Sea.  Prentice-Hall, Inc.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 

 

160.  Cowen, R., and Jere H. Lipps.  An adaptive scenario for the origin of birds and of flight in birds.  Proceedings of Third North American Paleontology Convention.  I:109-112.  http://www-geology.ucdavis.edu/~GEL3/Montreal.html

 

161.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biology/Paleobiology of foraminifera, pp. 1-21.  In: M. A. Buzas and B. K. Sen Gupta (organizers) and T. W. Broadhead (ed.).   Foraminifera. Paleontological Society Short Course Notes,  University of Tennessee, Studies in Geology 6.

 

162.  Signor, Philip W., III, and Jere H. Lipps.  Sampling bias, gradual extinction patterns and catastrophes in the fossil record.  Geological Society of America Special Papers.  190:291-296.

 

163.  Lipps, Jere H.  Foraminiferal reproductive strategies and their evolutionary potential.  Journal of Paleontology.  56(2; Supplement):17.

 

164.  Cowen, R., and Jere H. Lipps.  An adaptive scenario for the origin of birds and of flight in birds.  Journal of Paleontology.  56(2; Supplement):7.

 

165.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Paleontology:  "Microfossils" by M. D. Brasier.  Earth Science Reviews.  18:83-84.

 

166.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "The Miocene of California Revisited" by Robert M. Kleinpell.   Geology.  10:221-222.

 

167.  Lipps, Jere H., and Peter D. Ward.  Paleobiology of mass extinctions in pelagic ecosystems.  Proceedings 63rd Annual Meeting, Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Program with Abstracts.  1:45.

 

168.  Lipps, Jere H., and Carole S. Hickman.  Paleontology and geologic history of the Galapagos Islands.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  14:548.

 

1983.

 

169.  Hickman, C. S., and Jere H. Lipps.  Foraminiferivory: Selective ingestion of foraminifera and test alterations produced by the Neogastropod Olivella: Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 13:108-114.

 

170.  Lipps, Jere H.  Micropaleontology.  McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Yearbook.  1984, p. 286-288.

 

171.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biotic interactions in benthic foraminifera,  pp. 331-376.  In: M. J. S. Tevesz and P. L. McCall, (eds.),  Biotic Interactions in Recent and Fossil Benthic Communities.   Plenum Publishing  Co., New York.

 

172.  Lipps, Jere H., R. G. Douglas and W. V. Sliter.  The Joseph A. Cushman Award for 1982--Alfred R. Loeblich, Jr., and Helen Tappan.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  13:151-153.

 

173.  Lipps, Jere H.  Dynamics of extinction in pelagic ecosystems.  Dynamics of Extinction Conference, Ralph M. Belby Research Center, Northern Arizona University, Program.  p. 10.

 

174.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Microfossils:  "Neogene planktonic foraminifera" by J. P. Kennett and M. S. Srinivasan.  Science.  122:409-410.

 

175.  Lipps, Jere H.  Fight for the California Condor.  New Scientist.  99(1376):885-886.

 

1984.

 

176.  Lipps, Jere H. (among 12 others).  The possible influences of sudden events on biological radiations and extinctions,  pp. 77-102. In: H. D. Holland and A F. Trendall (eds.), Patterns of change in earth evolution. Dahlem Konferenzen 1984, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo.

 

177.  Bernhard, Joan M., and Jere H. Lipps.  Foraminiferal assemblages of anoxic sediments:  Jurassic to Recent.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  16:269.

 

178.  Lipps, Jere H., and Richard Cowen.  Functional morphology of large, fusiform foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  16:576.

 

179.  Severin, Kenneth P., and Jere H. Lipps.  Locomotion and reproduction in a living fusiform foraminiferan, Alveolinella quoyi.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  16:651.

 

180.  Lipps, Jere H.  Paleobiology of extinction and radiation episodes in pelagic ecosystems:  Paleoceanographic implications.  27th International Geological Congress, Moscow, Abstracts.  9(1):219.

 

1985.

 

181.  Lipps, Jere H.  (Special Editor).  Allan W. H. Be Memorial Volume: Biology and paleobiology of planktonic foraminifera. Jour. Foraminiferal Research, v. 15, no. 4, p. 229-341.

 

182.  Lipps, Jere H.  Biology and paleobiology of planktonic foraminifera:  Introduction to the Special Volume.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  15:229.

 

183.  Hickman, C. S., and  Jere H. Lipps.  Geologic youth of Galapagos Islands confirmed by marine stratigraphy and paleontology.  Science.  227:1578-1580.

 

184.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Benthos '83".  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.  52:178-179.

 

185.  Lipps, Jere H.  Earliest foraminifera and radiolaria from North America:  Evolutionary and geological implications.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  17:644-645.

 

186.  Lipps, Jere H.  Speciation opportunities in pelagic ecosystems.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  17:645.

 

187.  Signor, P. W., Jere H. Lipps, J. Wyatt Durham, and J. B. Firby-Durham.  The Volborthellid Campitius and the relationship of the Volborthellidae and Salterellidae (Phylum Agmata).  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  17:717.

 

1986.

 

188.  Lipps, Jere H.  Extinction dynamics in pelagic ecosystems,   pp. 87-104.  In:           Elliott, D. K. (ed.), Dynamics of Extinction.  J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

 

189.  Lipps, Jere H. (among 4 others).  Late Cenozoic marine mollusks from tuff cones in the Galapagos Islands: Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences.   44:269-281.

 

190.  Lipps, Jere H., and Kenneth P.  Severin.  Alveolinella quoyi, a living fusiform foraminifera, at Motupore Island, Papua New Guinea.  Science in New Guinea.  11:126-137.

 

191.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  31:37-38.

 

192.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Chinese micropaleontology:  "Acta Micropaleontologica Sinica" and "Marine Micropaleontology of China" by Wang Pinxian et al.  Science.  231:165-166.

 

193.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "The Gulf of Aqaba:  ecological micropaleontology" by Z. Reiss and L. Hottinger.  Quarterly Review of Biology.  61:82-83.

 

194.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Cenozoic paleoceanography:  "Miocene Oceans" edited by J. P. Kennett.  Science.  233:672-673.

 

195.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Plankton biostratigraphy" edited by H. M. Bolli and others.  Geology.  14:896.

 

196.  Lipps, Jere H.  Coincident radiation of Cambrian Protista and Metazoa.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  18:127.

 

197.  Severin, Kenneth P., and Jere H. Lipps.  Distribution and slow calcification in Alveolinella quoyi:  Implications for fusulinid paleobiology.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  18:182.

 

198.  Lipps, Jere H.  Protozoan constraints on metazoan radiation hypotheses.  Abstracts of the North American Paleontological Convention IV.  A:28-29.

 

1987.

 

199.  Krebs, W. N., Jere H. Lipps, and L. H. Burckle.  Ice diatom floras, Arthur Harbor, Antarctica.  Polar Biology.  7:163-171.

 

200.  Lipps, Jere H.  The year in review:  Micropaleontology.  Geotimes.  32:38-39.

 

201.  Erskian, M. G., and Jere H. Lipps.  The population dynamics of the foraminiferan Glabratella ornatissima (Cushman) in northern California.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research.  17:240-256.

 

202.  Finger, Kenneth L., John C. B. Weaver, and Jere H. Lipps.  Miocene foraminifera from the Monterey Formation, Graves Creek, Central California.  Pacific Neogene Conference, Berkeley.

 

203.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  How geology miscast its most important people:  "Time's Arrow, Time's Cycle" by S. J. Gould.  The Scientist.  1(12):22-23.

 

204.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  "Vendskaya Sistema.  Istoriko-Geologicheskoe i paleontologicheskoe obocnovanie [The Vendian System.  Its historical-geological and paleontological basis]" edited by B. B. Sokolov and M. A. Fedonkin.  Geology.  15:481.

 

205.  Lipps, Jere H. (Organizer).  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Short Course Notes, Paleontological Society.  University of Tennessee, Studies in Geology.  18: 1-304.

 

206.  Lipps, Jere H.  Preface,  In:  Jere H. Lipps, (organizer) and T. M. Broadhead (Editor),  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Paleontological Society Short Course Notes.  University of Tennessee, Studies in Geology.  18:ii.

 

207.  Lipps, Jere H.  Fossil prokaryotes and protists,  In: J. H. Lipps (organizer) and T. M. Broadhead (ed.), Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Paleontological Society Short Course Notes.  University of Tennessee, Studies in Geology 18:1-19.

 

208.  Lipps, Jere H.  Cambrian foraminifera.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  19:747.

 

209.  Renz, Genelle W., and Jere H. Lipps.  Late Ordovician (Caradocian) Radiolaria from Nevada.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  19:817.

 

210.  Severin, Kenneth P., and Jere H. Lipps.  Taphonomy of the large, living fusiform foraminiferan Alveolinella quoyi:  Implications for the accumulation of alveolinid and fusulinid limestones.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program.  19:838.

 

211.  Lipps, Jere H. (among 11 others).  Program EPOD:  Evolutionary processes in oceanic communities, p. 107-121.  In Munsch, G. B. (production editor).   Report of the Second Conference on Scientific Ocean Drilling <COSOD II>, Strasbourg, 6-8 July 1987.  European Science Foundation (ESF), Strasbourg, France, 142 pp.

 

1988.

 

212.  Lipps, Jere H.  Laying geology's groundwork:  Review of "From mineralogy to geology, the foundations of a science, 1650-1830", by Rachel Laudan:  The Scientist 2(6):20 [March 21, 1988].  http://www.the-scientist.com/yr1988/mar/lipps_p20_880321.html

 

213.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution and extinction in larger reef foraminifera:  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 1988  20(3):176.

 

214.  Lipps, Jere H.  Predation on foraminifera by coral reef fish:  taphonomic and evolutionary implications.  Palaios.  3: 1-12.

 

215.  Lipps, Jere H.  and M. A. Fedonkin.  The Precambrian/Cambrian boundary and trace fossils from southeastern California:  Geol Soc. America Abs. with Program.  20:

 

216.  Severin, K. P., and Lipps, Jere H.  Taphonomy of fusiform foraminifera.  Geol Soc. America Abs. with Program.  20: 370.

 

217.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review: "Cenozoic Cosmopolitan Deep-Water Benthic Foraminifera" by F. P. C. M. Van Morkhoven, W. A. Berggren, and A. S. Edwards:  Marine Micropaleontology 13: 291.

 

218.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution of the Late Proterozoic/Phanerozoic marine biota:  Summary and Overview.  Proc. Symposium on The Proterozoic Biosphere:  A Multidisciplinary Study, Center for the  Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life, University of California, Los Angeles, p. 49-50.

 

1989.

 

219.  Severin, K. P., and Lipps, Jere H.  The weight-volume relationship of the test of Alveolinella quoyi:  Implications for the taphonomy of large fusiform foraminifera:  Lethaia 22: 1-12. **

 

220.  Lipps, Jere H.  What we know about planet Earth.  Abstracts American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, San Francisco.

 

221.  Lipps, Jere H., and P. W. Signor.  Diversification of the Late Proterozoic--Cambrian biota.  Abstracts, 28th International Geological Congress,  v. 2,   p. 306.

 

1990.

 

222.  Finger, K. L., Lipps, Jere H., Weaver, J. C. B., Miller, P.   Biostratigraphy and depositional environments of calcareous microfossils in the lower Monterey Formation (lower to middle Miocene), Graves Creek area, Central California:  Micropaleontology 36: 1-55, 15 pls.**

 

223.  Finger, K. L., and Lipps, Jere H.  Systematic paleontology of foraminifera, In:  Finger, K. L., Lipps, Jere H., Weaver, J. C. B., Miller, P.   Biostratigraphy and depositional environments of calcareous microfossils in the lower Monterey Formation (lower to middle Miocene), Graves Creek area, Central California:  Micropaleontology  36:20-44.**

 

224.  Lipps, J. H. and Thierstein, H. R.  Editorial:  Marine Micropaleontology--The Old and the New:  Marine Micropaleontology 16:i.

 

225.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolution of the Antarctic biota:  Consequences of plate tectonics and paleoceanography.  Proc. Internat. Symp. Evolutionary Biology, College Park, Maryland.

 

226.  Lipps, Jere H.  Origin and early evolution of foraminifera.  Program and Abstracts 4th Internat. Symposium on Benthic Foraminifera, Sendai, Japan, p. 21. 

 

227.  Lipps, Jere H., and Severin, K. P.  Biology and taphonomy of the fusiform foraminifera Alveolinella quoyi:  Implications for the fossil record of fusulinids and alveolinids.  Program and Abstracts 4th Internat. Symposium on Benthic Foraminifera, Sendai, Japan, p. 48.

 

228.  Lipps, Jere H., and Hickman, C. S.  History of Galapagos geology:  Darwin's lost Galapagos fossils.  Geol. Soc. America, Prog. with Abstracts, 1990.**

 

229.  Hickman, C. S., and Lipps, Jere H.  History of Galapagos geology:  Oschner's misplaced Galapagos fossils.  Geol. Soc. America, Prog. with Abstracts, 1990.**

 

230.  Lipps, Jere H.  Marine paleontology of the Galapagos Islands.  Annual Report Charles Darwin Research Station, Quito, Ecuador, p. 125-127.

 

1991

 

231.  Lipps, Jere H.  Late Cenozoic paleoceanography of the North Pacific Ocean.  American Malacological Union 1991 Annual Meeting Program with Abstracts, p. 40.

 

232.  Lipps, Jere H.  Review:  Modern planktonic foraminifera.  American Scientist 79:461.

 

233.  Lipps, Jere H.  The evolution of the Antarctic biota.  Proc. International Conf on the Role of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica in Global Change:  An Ocean Drilling Perspective, p. 32, Santa Barbara.

 

234.  Lipps, Jere H.  Origin and early evolution of protists.  Geol. Soc. America 1991 Program with abstracts 23-5: A455.**

 

235.  Langer, M., and Lipps, Jere H.  Distribution of foraminifera in the Madang-Sek Lagoon, Papua New Guinea.  International Society for Reef Studies Annual Meeting, Program and abstracts, p. 37.

 

236.  Lipps, Jere H., and Severin, K. P.  Distribution and microhabitat of the large fusiform, reef-dwelling foraminiferan Alveolinella quoyii.  International Society for Reef Studies Annual Meeting, Program and abstracts, p. 39.

 

237.     Lipps, Jere H.  Extinction (biology):  Late Precambrian-Cambrian biotic transition, p. 137-140, in Parker, S. (Ed.).  McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology 1992, 523 p.

 

1992

 

238.  Horodyski, R. J., Bauld, J., Lipps, Jere H., and Mendelson, C. V.  Preservation of prokaryotes and organic-walled and calcareous and siliceous protists, p. 185-193, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

239.  Moore, T. B., Horodyski, R. J., Lipps, Jere H., and Schopf, J. W.  Distinctive problematical Proterozoic microfossils, p. 233-235, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

240.  Lipps, Jere H.  Proterozoic and Cambrian skeletonized protists, p. 237-240, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

241.  Bengtson, S., and Lipps, Jere H.  Introduction:  The Proterozoic-Early Cambrian evolution of metaphytes and metazoans, p. 427-428, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

242.  Bengtson, S., Fedonkin, M. A., and Lipps, Jere H.  The major biotas of Proterozoic to Early Cambrian multicellular organisms, p. 433-435, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

243.  Lipps, Jere H., Bengtson, S., and Fedonkin, M. A.  Ecology and biogeography, p. 437-441, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

244.  Lipps, Jere H., Bengtson, S., and Farmer, J. D.  The Precambrian-Cambrian evolutionary transition, p. 453-457, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

245.  Lipps, Jere H., and Bengtson, S.  Summary and conclusions, p. 461, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

246.  Lipps, Jere H.  Stratigraphic distribution of skeletonized protists, p. 499, in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

247.  Hayes, J. M., Bengtson, S., Hofmann, H. J., Lipps, Jere H., Lowe, D. R., Mankiewicz, C., Mendelson, C. V., Moore, T. B., Runnegar, B. N., and Strauss, H.  Construction and use of geological, geochemical, and paleobiological databases, p. 855-863,  in Schopf, J. W., and Klein, C., (Eds.), The Proterozoic biosphere:  A multidisciplinary study.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  1348 p.**

 

248.  Lipps, Jere H. and Signor, P. W.  (Eds.).  Origin and early evolution of Metazoa.  Plenum Publishers, New York, 570 pp.

 

249.  Signor, P. W., and Lipps, Jere H.  Hypotheses for the origin and early evolution of Metazoa, p. 3-23  In:  Lipps, Jere H. and Signor, P. W.  (Eds.).  Origin and early evolution of Metazoa.  Plenum Publishers, New York.

 

250.  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.  342 p.**

 

251.  Lipps, Jere H.  Preface.  p. vii-ix, In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.

 

252.  Lipps, Jere H.  Introduction to fossil prokaryotes and protists.  p. 1-10,  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

253.  Lipps, Jere H.  Introduction to micropaleontology.  p. 31  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

254.  Knoll, Andrew H., and Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary history of prokaryotes and protists.  p. 19-29  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

255.  Lipps, Jere H.  Paleoecology, p. 37-44, In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

256.  Lipps, Jere H.  Overview of Chrysophytes, p. 141,  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

257.  Lipps, Jere H.  Chrysophyte cysts, p. 141-143,  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.**

 

258.  Lipps, Jere H.  Appendix:  Collection and preparation techniques. p. 305-310.  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.

 

259.  Lipps, Jere H.  Glossary.  p. 311-323,  In:  Lipps, Jere H.  (Ed.)  Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists.  Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Boston and Oxford.

 

260.  Lipps, Jere H.   Origin and early evolution of foraminifera.  Studies in benthic foraminifera:  Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Benthic Foraminifera "Benthos '90", Sendai, Japan, 1990.  Tokai University Press, Japan.  p. 3-9. 

 

261.  Langer, M.R., Lipps, Jere H., Piller, W.E.; Berbee, M., LoBuglio, K., Saenz, G., and Taylor, J., 1992. Foraminiferal 18S rDNA Sequence Data from Perforate and Imperforate Species. Geol. Soc. America 1992 Program with abstracts 24-5: A27.**

 

262.  Lindberg, D. R., and Lipps, Jere H.  An analysis of morphological change surrounding a speciation event in the California Pleistocene.  Geol. Soc. America 1992 Program with abstracts 24-5: A47.**

 

263.  Langer, M. R., Lipps, Jere H., and Simison, W. B.  Testing the molecular clock of evolution with planktic foraminifera.  Eos 73 (supplement):  273.

 

264.  Lipps, Jere H., Langer, M. R., Piller, W. E., Simison, W. B., Berbee, M., LoBuglio, and Taylor, J.  Molecular phylogeny of foraminifera and radiolaria.  Eos 73 (supplement): 319.

 

1993

 

265.  •Langer, M. R., Lipps, Jere H., and Piller, W. E.  Molecular paleobiology of protists:  amplification and direct sequencing of foraminiferal DNA.  Micropaleontology.39:63-68.

 

266.  Lipps, Jere H.  Forum Issue:  Geoscience literature pricing (Part 2):  Perspective VII:  An editor-geoscientist's view.  GSA Today 3: 79, 107.

 

267.  Lipps, Jere H.  and Langer, M. R.  DNA molecular sequences and the biostratigraphic record of planktic foraminifera.  Geol. Soc. America 1993 Program with abstracts 25 (5): A70.

 

268.  Lipps, Jere H.  and Wetmore, K. L.  Transfers of algal, microfossil, plant, and vertebrate materials to the University of California Museum of Paleontology.  Journal of Paleontology 67: 894-896.

 

269.  Lipps, Jere H.  Book Review of Handbook of Protoctista edited by Lynn Margulis and others.  GSA Today  3(11):288.

 

1994

 

270.  •Song, Y., R. G. Black, and Lipps, Jere H.  Morphological optimization in the largest living foraminifera:  Implications from finite element analysis.  Paleobiology 20:14-26.

 

271.  •McCormick, J. M., Severin, K. P., and Lipps, Jere H.  Winter and summer distributions of foraminifera in Tomales Bay, northern California.  Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research Special Publication no. 32:69-101.

 

272.  Langer, M. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Small-subunit ribosomal DNA sequence analyses of symbiotic dinoflagellates from benthic and planktic foraminifera.  PaleoBios 16 (2 suppl.): 42  [abstract]

 

273.  Langer, M. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Molecular evolution and phylogenetic status of foraminifera and dinoflagellate symbionts as inferred from nuclear 18s-rDNA sequences.  PaleoBios 16 (2 suppl.): 42  [abstract]

 

274.  Lipps, J. H.  Phylogenetic relationships within the Protista and to the Metazoa.  Geol. Soc. America 1994 Program with abstracts 26: A175.  [abstract]

 

275.  Lindberg, D. R., and Lipps, J. H.  The Signor-Lipps effect.  Geol. Soc. America 1994 Program with abstracts 26: A396.  [abstract]

 

276.  Lipps, J. H. and Lindberg, D.  Collections on the Information Superhighway.  Partners in Paleontology, The 4th Conf. on Fossil Resources, Program, p. 35. [abstract]

 

277. Lipps, J. H.  MicroForum.  Marine Micropaleontology  24: 89-89.

 

1995

 

278.  •Wray, C. G., Langer, M. R., DeSalle, R., Lee, J. J., and Lipps, J. H.  Origin of the foraminifera.  Proc. National Acad. Sciences 92:141-145.

 

279.  Wray, C. G., Langer, M. R., DeSalle, R., Lee, J. J., and Lipps, J. H.  Origin of the foraminifera (VOL 92, PG 141, 1995).  Proc. National Acad. Sciences 92 : 3075-3075.

 

280.  Scott, D. B., and Lipps, J. H.  A special issue on environmental applications of foraminiferal studies.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research  25:189.

 

281.     •Langer, M. R., Lipps, Jere H., and Moreno, G.  Predation on foraminifera by the dentalioid deep-sea scaphopod Fissidentalium megathyris.  Deep-Sea Research 42: 849-857.

 

282.     Lane, H. R., and Lipps, Jere.  What’s in a name?  A dialogue on the state of paleontology.  American Paleontologist 3(2):  2-5.

 

283.     •Langer, M. R., and Lipps, Jere H.  Phylogenetic incongruence between dinoflagellate endosymbionts (Symbiodinium) and their host foraminifera (Sorites):  Small-subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequence evidence.  Marine Micropaleontology 26: 179-186.

 

284.     Lipps, Jere H.,  and Young, Jeremy.  Marine Micropaleontology provides inspired interpretation.   Ocean News 1995 (4):1, 3.

 

285.     Scotchmoor, J., and Lipps, Jere H.  Where is the REAL Museum of Paleontology?  Geotimes 40: 27-29.

 

286.     Lipps, Jere H., Lindberg, D. R., and Fiorillo, A.  Geologic collections on the Information Superhighway.  AAPG Bull. 79: 591. [abstract]

 

287.     Fiorillo, A., and Lipps, Jere H.  The World Wide Web, the University of California Museum of Paleontology and on-line paleontology exhibits and databases.  AAPG Bull. 79:  584. [abstract]

 

1996

 

288.     Lipps, Jere H.  Mineralized Microfossils.   Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences.  MacMillian.

 

289.     Jablonski, D., Erwin, D., and Lipps, J. H. (Eds.)  Evolutionary Paleobiology.  Univ. Chicago Press.  484 pp.

 

290.     Erwin, D., Jablonski, D., and Lipps, J. H.  James W. Valentine:  An appreciation, p. 1-17. In:  Jablonski, D., Erwin, D., and Lipps, J. H. (Eds.)  Evolutionary Paleobiology.  Univ. Chicago Press.

 

291.     •Lindberg, D. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Reading the chronicle of Quaternary temperate rocky-shore faunas, p. 161-182.  In:  Jablonski, D., Erwin, D., and Lipps, J. H. (Eds.)  Evolutionary Paleobiology.  Univ. Chicago Press.**

 

292.     Lipps, Jere H.  The decline of reason?  In:  Scotchmoor, J., and McKinney, F. K. (Eds.),  Learning from the Fossil Record, Paleontological Soc. Special Papers 2:  3-10.

 

293.     Lipps, Jere H.  Microfossils. In:  Scotchmoor, J., and McKinney, F. K. (Eds.),  Learning from the Fossil Record, Paleontological Soc. Special Papers 2:  217-226.

 

294.     Lipps, Jere H.  Ecological Comebacks, Review of Biotic Recovery from Mass Extinction Events, M. B. Hart, Ed.  Science 274: 936.

 

295.     Lipps, Jere H., and Rozanov, A. Yu.  The Late Precambrian--Cambrian agglutinated fossil Platysolenites.  Paleontological Journal 30:  679-687.**

 

296.     Lipps, Jere H., Langer, M. R., Bagi, H., and Brook, L.  Community assembly:  The foraminiferal community in introduced mangroves on Moorea, French Polynesia. 6th North American Paleontol. Conv. Abstracts of Papers, Paleontological Society Special Publ. 8: 242. [abstract]

 

297.     Langer, M. R., Silk, M. And Lipps, Jere H.. Global CaCO3 production by reef foraminifera. 6th North American Paleontol. Conv. Abstracts of Papers, Paleontological Society Special Publ. 8:  231. [abstract]

 

298.     Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary strategies of foraminiferal life history strategies.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28 (7): 37-38.

 

299.     Langer, Martin R; Silk, Michelle T; Lipps, Jere H.  Global ocean carbonate and carbon dioxide production; the role of reef foraminifera.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28 (7): 40.

 

300.     Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary paleobiology of photosymbiosis.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28 (7): 178

 

1997

 

301.     Lipps, J. H.  The Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary:  the El Kef blind test.  Marine Micropaleontology 29:  65-68.

 

302.     Young, J. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Taxonomy and taxonomic appendices in Marine Micropaleontology.  Marine Micropaleontology 29:  173-174.

 

303.     Henry, T. W., Bryant, L., Fremd, T., and Lipps, J. H.   Paleontological databases, potential, access, and concerns.  IN:  Johnston, M. and McChristal, J.  Eds., Partners in Paleontology, Proceedings ofthe Fourth Conference on Fossil Resources, US National Park Service, Natural Resources Report NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97-01, p. 213

 

304.     Lipps, Jere H.  and Lindberg, D.  Collections on the information superhighway. IN:  Johnston, M. and McChristal, J.  Eds., Partners in Paleontology, Proceedings ofthe Fourth Conference on Fossil Resources, US National Park Service, Natural Resources Report NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97-01, p. 213

 

305.     Langer, M. R., Silk, M. T., and Lipps, J. H.  Estimating global ocean carbonate production of reef and planktic foraminifera.  10th International Congress of Protozoology, Programme & Abstracts, p. 126. [abstract]

 

306.     •Dong, X., Knoll, A. H., and Lipps, J. H.  Late Cambrian Radiolaria from Hunan, China.  Journal of Paleontology 71: 753-758.

 

307.     Lane, R. H., Lipps, J. H., and Ziegler, W. (Eds.)  1997.  Paleontology in the 21st Century Workshop.  Kleine Senckenberg - Reihe 25, 195 p.

 

308.     Gall, J.-C., Edwards, D., Archangelsky, S.,  Lipps, J. H.  1997.  Paleontological Societies in the 21st Century, p. 77-82.  In: Lane, R. H., Lipps, J. H., and Ziegler, W. (Eds.)  1997.  Paleontology in the 21st Century Workshop.  Kleine Senckenberg - Reihe 25, 195 p.

 

309.     Langer, M. R., Silk, M. T., and Lipps, J. H.  Global ocean carbonate and carbon dioxide production:  The role of reef foraminifera.   Jour. of Foraminiferal Res.  27:271-277.

 

1998.

 

310.     Lipps, J. H.  Paleontologia:  La aventura continua.  Mem. VI Congresso Nacional de Paleontologia, Soc. Mexicana Paleontol.  p. 37. [abstract]

 

311.     Lipps, J. H.  Icnofosiles en la Formacion Wyman, Neoproterozoica, del sureste de California.  Mem. VI Congresso Nacional de Paleontologia, Soc. Mexicana Paleontol.  p. 38. [abstract]

 

312.     Lipps, J. H.  The Radiation of Animals.  California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.  Web publication at:   http://www.gene.com/ae/bioforum/

 

313.     Lipps, J. H.  Paleontology--The Adventure Continues.  Palaeontologica Electronica,  http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/1998_1/editor/jere.htm

 

314.     Langer, M. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Global ocean carbonate production of foraminifera.  Special Publication, July 5, 1998, Sociedad Mexicana de Paleontologia, A. C.  p. 61.

 

315.     Langer, M. R., and Lipps, J. H.  Isolation of Atlantic and Pacific planktic foraminiferal symbionts:  SSU RRNA gene sequence evidence.  Special Publication, July 5, 1998, Sociedad Mexicana de Paleontologia, A. C.  p. 61-62.

 

316.     Lipps, J. H., and Langer, M. R.  Unusual foraminifera from an oxic-anoxic marine lake, Palau.  Special Publication, July 5, 1998, Sociedad Mexicana de Paleontologia, A. C.  p. 65-66.

 

317.     Lipps, J. H., Collins, A. C., and Fedonkin, M. A.  Evolution of biological complexity:  Evidence from geology, paleontology and molecular biology.  Proc. of SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering.  v. 3441, Instruments, methods, and missions for astrobiology, p. 138-148.

 

318.     Lipps, J. H.  The media, trash science and paleontology.  Palaeontologica Electronica.  http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/1998_2/editor/jere_ed.htm

 

319.     Lipps, J. H. and Gershwin, L-a.  The parsimonious Vendian biota.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 30(7): A-34.

 

320.     Collins, A. C., Lipps, J. H., and Valentine, J. W.  Flatworm  and anemone traces are comparable to some trace fossils of the Neoproterozoic.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 30 (7):  A-385.

 

321.     •Goodwin, M. B., Domning, D. P., Lipps, J. H., and Benjamini, C. The first record of an Eocene (Lutetian) marine mammal from Israel.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(4):813-815.

 

1999

 

322.     Lipps, J. H.  Beyond Reason--Science in the Mass Media.  P. 71-90 in Schopf, J. W. (Ed.).  Evolution, Facts and Fallacies.  Academic Press, San Diego, London.  159 pp.

 

323.     Lipps, Jere H.  Paleontology challenged!  Paleontologica Electronica Vol. 2, issue 1.  http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/1999_1/editor/jere_ed.htm

 

324.     Lipps, J. H.  Micropaleontology and microfossils.  MAPS (Mid-America Paleontology Society) Digest  22 (4):  162-186.

 

325.     Lipps, J. H., D’Antonio, C., Grove, K., Hickman, C., Mishler, B., and Wang, Z.  Geology and natural history of the Central Coast Ranges:  Berkeley to Bodega Head, California.  California Div. Mines & Geology Spec. Pub. 119: 188-201.

 

326.     Gall, J. C., Edwards, D., Archangelsky, and Lipps, J. H.  Paleo 21:  Paleontological societies in the 21st Century.  http://www.hnm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/paleonet/paleo21/societies.html.

 

327.     Collier, F. J., Hughes, N. C., Klussendorf, J., Lipps, J. H., Taylor, W. L.  Fossil invertebrate and microfossil collections:  Kinds, uses, users.  http://www.englib.cornell.edu/pri/proBltn/chapters/InMicroColls.html.

 

328.  Lipps, J. H.   Neoproterozoic and Cambrian biota of western North America.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31 (6): 75

 

329.  Lipps, J. H. Contributor.  Budden, N. A. (Editor).  Mars Field Geology, Biology, and Paleontology Workship:  Summary and Recommendations.  Lunar and Planetary Institute Contribution No. 968, 80 pp.

 

330.  Lipps, J. H.  This is science!  P. 3-16 in Scotchmoor, J., and Springer, D. A. (Eds.), Evolution:  Investigating the Evidence.  Paleontological Society Special Publication 9: 3-16.

 

331.     Lipps, J. H.  Science, a candle in the dark.  Skeptical Briefs 9 (3): 5-7.

 

332.     Lipps, Jere H. and Langer, Martin R.  Benthic foraminifera from the meromictic Mecherchar Jellyfish Lake, Palau (western Pacific).   Micropaleontology 45 (3): 278-284.

 

333.     Douglas, R. G., Lipps, J. H., Ingle, J.C., and Barron, J.  A memorial for William V. Sliter.  Journal of Foraminiferal Research 29 (4):313-317.

 

334.     Lipps, J. H.  Creationism versus evolution:  From bad to worse!  Palaeontologica Electronica. Vol. 2, issue 2.  http://www.odp.tamu.edu/paleo/1999_2/editor/lipps.htm

 

335.     Lipps, J. H. and Knoll, A. H.  Surviving Snowball Earth.  EOS, AGU 80 (46): F49-50.

 

2000

 

336.     •Collins, A. G., Lipps, J. H., and Valentine, J. W.  Modern mucocillary creeping trails and the body plans of Neoproterozoic trace markers.   Paleobiology 26(1): 47-55.

 

337.     Lipps, Jere H..  New Millennium Paleontology.  Palaeontologica Electronica. Vol. 3, issue 1.  http://www.odp.tamu.edu/paleo/2000_1/editor/lipps.htm

 

338.     Tudhope, A. W., Buddemeier, R. W., Chilcott, C. P., Berryman, K. R., Fautin, D. G., Jebb, M., Lipps, J. H., Pearce, R. G., Scoffin, T. P., and Schmmield, G. B.  Alternating seismic uplift and subsidence in the late Holocene at Madang, Papua New Guinea:  Evidence from raised reefs.  Jour. Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 105:13797-13807.

 

339.     Lipps, J. H.  Micropaleontology and microfossils.  The Fossil Collector, Bull. No. 59 (Jan. 2000), 5-33 [Reprint of Lipps, 1999, #323 above]

 

340.     Lipps, J. H.  Hammed!  National Center for Science Education Reports 20 (1-2): 52-53.

 

341.     Lipps, J. H., Gershwin, L.-a., and Fedonkin, M. A.  Ediacara was no garden!  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program 32 (7).

 

342.     Lane, R. H., Steininger, F. F., Kaesler, R. L., Ziegler, W., and Lipps, J. H.  (Eds.)  Fossils and the Future:  Paleontology in the 21st Century.  Senckenberg Buch Nr. 74, 290 p.

 

343.     Archangelsky, S., Edwards, D., Gall, J.-C., Lipps, J. H., Ashley, G. M.  Societies.  In Lane, R. H., Steininger, F. F., Kaesler, R. L., Ziegler, W., and Lipps, J. H.  (Eds.)  Fossils and the Future:  Paleontology in the 21st Century.  Senckenberg Buch Nr. 74:  109-113.

 

344.     Lipps, J. H.  Paleontology and the mass media.  In Lane, R. H., Steininger, F. F., Kaesler, R. L., Ziegler, W., and Lipps, J. H.  (Eds.)  Fossils and the Future:  Paleontology in the 21st Century.  Senckenberg Buch Nr. 74: 215-222.

 

345.     Hughes, N. C., Collier, F. J., Kluessendorf, J., Lipps, J. H., Taylor, W. L., and White, R. D.  Fossil invertebrate and microfossil collections:  Kinds, uses, and users.  In White, R. D., and Allmon, W. D. (Eds).  Guidelines for the management and curation of invertebrate fossil collections.  Paleontological Society Special Publications 10: 25-35.

 

346      Lopez-Forment, M; Nava-Sanchez, Enrique H; Lipps, J. H.  Comunidades de invertebrados marinos del Pleistoceno y Recientes en el sur de la peninsula de Baja California Sur; cambio debiodiversidad a traves del tiempo--Pleistocene and Recent marineinvertebrate communities in the southern Baja California Peninsula; change of marine biodiversity through time.  Memorias - Reunion Internacional Sobre Geologia de la Peninsula de Baja California, International Meeting on Geology of the Baja California Peninsula, 5: 76-77

 

347.     Lipps, Jere H.  Creative Paleontology.  Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 3, issue 2, 93KB.  http://palaeo-electronica.org/toc.htm

 

348      Gershwin, Lisa-Ann; Lipps, Jere H.  Taphonomy of jellyfish; examples from the Vendian of the White Sea and the Cambrian of Wisconsin.  PaleoBios 20 (1, Suppl.): 4.

 

349      Carter, R; Hayward, B W; Grenfell, H R; Lipps, Jere H.  Benthic foraminiferal records of historic coseismic displacement events in the Ahuriri Lagoon, Napier, New Zealand.  Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication, Report: 108A: 24.

 

350.     Carter, R., Hayward, B.W., Grenfell, H.R. and Lipps, Jere H. Initial report: Foraminiferal documentation of earthquake- related vertical displacements in Hoocene coastal lagoon sediments, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Unpublished report, BWH 75/00: 71 pp.

 

351.     Hayward, B. W.; Grenfell, H. R.; Carter, R.; Scott, G. H.; Alloway, B. V.; Goff, J.; Chague-Goff, C.; Lipps, Jere H.; Scott, D. B.  Benthic foraminiferal records of natural and human- induced change in New Zealand harbours and estuaries [abstract].  AMMP'2000: The Second International Conference "Application of Micro- and Meioorganisms to Environmental Problems" Winnipeg, Canada: 54-55.

 

 

2001

 

352.     Lipps, Jere H.  PaleoWords. Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 4, issue 1, 118KB.  http://palaeo-electronica.org/toc.htm

 

353.     Gershwin, Lisa-Ann, Lipps, Jere H.  Late Cambrian behavioral taphonomy in Central Wisconsin.  PaleoBios 21 (2 suppl):  56.

 

354.     Scott, D. B,, Hawkes, A., Lipps, Jere H.  Precursor events of megathrust earthquakes as determined from coastal marsh deposits on the west coast of the United States using foraminifera as indicators.  PaleoBios 21 (2 suppl):  114

.

355      Damrow, Daniel F; Lipps, Jere H. Gershwin, Lisa-Ann.  Is Climactichnites really a trace fossil?  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 33 (6): 16.

 

356      Lipps, Jere H.  The "star burst" hypothesis for the diversification of eukaryotes and the geologic record indicate very early origins for all major lineages.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 33 (6):  429

 

 

2002

 

357.     Lipps, Jere H. Goodness and Understanding in Paleontology. Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 4, issue 2, editorial. 1: 2pp., 28KB.  http://palaeo-electronica.org/toc.htm

 

358.     Lipps, Jere H.  How to get a Reputation in Paleontology! A Twelve-Step Program.  Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 5, issue 1, 2pp., 79KB. 
http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/2002_1/editor/focus.htm

 

359.     Lipps, Jere H., and Culver, S. J.  The trophic role of marine microorganisms through time.  In:  Kowalewsik, M., and Kelley, P. H. (Eds.), The fossil record of predation.  Paleontological Society Papers 8: 69-92.

 

360.     Kowalewski, M., Kelley, P.H., Bambach, R.K., Baumiller, T.K., Bengtson, S., Brett, C.E., Chin, K., Culver, S.J., Dietl, G.P., Farlow, J.O., Gahn, F.J., Haynes, G., Holtz, T.R., Jr., Jenkins, I., Labandeira, C.C., Lipps, J.H., Van Valkenburgh, B., Vermeij, G.J., And Walker, S.E., (2002) The fossil record of predation: methods, patterns, and processes, in Kowalewski, M., and Kelley, P.H., eds., The Fossil Record of Predation: Paleontological Society Special Papers, 8:395-398.

 

361.     Lipps, Jere H.  and Fedonkin, M. A.  Early evolution of marine trophic structures:  Neoproterozoic to Cambrian.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34 (6): 170.

 

362.     Lipps, Jere H., Jones, Haley, and Weber, Michele.  Pollution, foraminifera and remediation of a San Francisco Bay marsh.  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34 (6): 385:

 

363      Lipps, Jere H.  Alcide d’Orbigny and American micropaleontology.  C. R. Palevol 1: 461-469.

 

364.     Grenfell, H.R., Hayward, B.W., Scott, G.H., Carter, R., Lipps, Jere H.,  Estimation of tidal elevation and salinity histories of sheltered harbours and estuaries using benthic foraminifera. (abstract). Forams 2002, Abstracts, University of Western Australia: 37-38.

 

2003

 

365.     Culver, S. J., and Lipps, Jere H.  2003  Predation on and by foraminifera.  Pp. 7-32, in:  Kelley, P.H., Kowalewski,M., and Hansen T.A. (Eds.).  Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record.  Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

 

366.     Hoover, Richard B., Rozanov, Alexei Y., and Lipps, Jere H. (Eds)  Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology VI.  Proc. SPIE 4939, 246 p.

 

367.     Lipps, Jere H.  How to get a Reputation in Paleontology II.  A Better Twelve-Step Program.  Palaeontologia Electronica, vol. 5, issue 2, 3 pp.,http://palaeo-electronica.org/2002_2/toc.htm

 

368.     Langer, M. R., Lipps, Jere H.  Foraminiferal distribution and diversity, Madang Reef and Lagoon, Papua New Guinea.  Coral Reefs  22: 143-154. 

 

369.     Lipps, Jere H., Pehl, C., and Reiboldt, S.  The search for life on Europa:  Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter objectives.  Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston.  http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/jimo2003/pdf/9088.pdf

 

370.     Lipps, Jere H.  Success Story:  The history, development and prospects for the University of California Museum of Paleontology, 1860-2010.  Proc. Pacific Division, American Assoc. Advancement Science, Program with Abstracts  22(1): 63.

 

371.     Lipps, Jere H.  Astrobiology, an undergraduate non-majors course.  Proc. Pacific Division, American Assoc. Advancement Science, Program with Abstracts  22(1): 63.

 

372.     Scott, D. B., Hawkes, A., and Lipps, J. H.  Evidence of Possible Precursor Events for Mega-thrust Earthquakes on the West Coast of North America.  Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46)

 

373.     Lipps, Jere H.  Finding ET.  Paleontologica Electronica 6(1).  http://palaeo-electronica.org/2003_1/toc.htm

 

374.     Mónica Medina, AG. Collins, John Taylor, James W. Valentine, Jere H. Lipps, Linda Amaral-Zettler, And Mitchell L. Sogin.  2003.  Phylogeny of Opisthokonta and the Evolution of Multicellularity and Complexity in Fungi and Metazoa.  International Journal of Astrobiology 2(3): 203-211.

 

375.     Lipps, Jere H.  Judging authority.  Skeptical Inquirer. 28(1)[2004]: 35-37.

 

376.     Lipps, Jere H.  Paleontology—A candle in the dark.  Paleontologica Electronica 6(2).  http://palaeo-electronica.org/2003_2/editor/focus.htm

 

 

2004

 

377.     Hayward, B. W., Scott, G. H., Grenfell, H. R., Carter, R., Lipps, Jere H.  Estimation of tidal elevation and salinity histories of sheltered harbours and estuaries using foraminifera.  The Holocene 14 (2): 218-232

 

378.     Lipps, Jere H.  Europa’s icy crust as a habitat and repository of Life:  Lunar and Planetary Institute, Europa Icy Shell Workshop, http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/europa2004/pdf/7015.pdf

 

379.     Lipps, Jere H.  Life and death on icy worlds.   International Journal of Astrobiology, 2004 supplement 1:4 (abstract).

 

380.     Rieboldt, Sarah, Lipps, Jere H.  Taphonomy of Europa:  A paleontologic search strategy.  International Journal of Astrobiology, 2004 supplemen 1:20 (abstract).

 

381.  Lipps, J. H., Delory, G., Pitman, J., and Rieboldt, S.  Astrobiology of Jupiter’s Icy Moons.  Proc. of SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering),  5555 (Instruments, methods, and missions for astrobiology):  78-92.

 

382.  Pitman, J. et al.  Remote sensing space sciences enabled by the multiple instrument distributed aperture sensor (MIDAS) concept.  .  Proc. of SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering),  5555 (Instruments, methods, and missions for astrobiology):  301-309.

 

383.  Lipps, Jere H.  Success story:  The history and development of the Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley.  Proc. California Acad. Sciences.  55 (Suppl. I): 209-243, 22 figs.

 

384.  Lipps, Jere H., Delory, G., and Pitman, Joe.  Astrobiology of Jupiter’s Icy Moons.  Technical Summary Digest SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering), 5555 (10) [abstract].

 

385.  Pitman, Joe, Duncan, A. Lipps, Jere H., Delory, G., Finup, J. R., and Yu, J. W.   Remote sensing space science enabled by the multiple instrument distributed aperture sensor (MIDAS) concept.  Technical Summary Digest SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering),  5555 (31) [abstract].

 

386.  Lipps, Jere H.  Paleontologic parks.  32nd International Geol. Congress Florence.  Abstracts.  p. 578.

 

387.  Lipps, Jere H. & Waggoner, B.  (Eds)  Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Biological Revolutions.  Paleontological Soc. Papers 10, 130 pp.

 

388.  Lipps, Jere H.   Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Biological Revolutions.  Paleontological Soc. Papers 10: 1-3.

 

389.  Lipps, Jere H., and Valentine, J. W.  Late Neoproterozoic Metazoa:  Weird, wonderful and ghostly.  Paleontological Soc. Papers 10: 51-66.

 

390.  Lipps, Jere H., and Rieboldt, Sarah.  Taphonomy of Jupiter’s Icy Moon Europa.  Geol. Soc. America Programs with abstracts.  http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2004AM/finalprogram/abstract_78647.htm

 

391.  Lipps, Jere H.  Evolutionary history of Protists.  Geol. Soc. America Programs with abstracts.  http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2004AM/finalprogram/abstract_78927.htm

 

392.  Finger, K. L., Peterson, D. E., Pehl, C. W., Lipps, Jere H..  The continuing plight of microfauna in an urban lagoon.  Geol. Soc. America Programs with abstracts.  http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2004AM/finalprogram/abstract_81179.htm

 

393.  Pitman, J. Duncan, A., Stubbs, D., Sigler, R., Kendrick, R., Smith, E., Mason, J., Delory, G., Lipps, Jere H., Manga, M., Graham, J., de Pater, I., Rieboldt, S., Marcus, P., Bierhaus, E., Dalton, J. B., Fienup, J., Yu, J.   Multiple Instrument Distributed Aperture Sensor (MIDAS) for Planetary Remote Sensing.  Technical Summary Digest SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering), 5660-26 [abstract].

 

394.  Ujiie, Y., and Lipps, Jere H.  Molecular evidence for high dispersal distribution of planktonic foraminifera between Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.  Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B33B-0253

 

395.  Lesen, A. E., and Lipps, Jere H.  : The San Francisco Bay Biota since the Last Sea Level Maximum: Comparing Fossil and Recent Assemblages of Benthic Foraminifera.  Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP33B-0951

 

396.   Bierhaus, E. B., and Lipps, Jere H.  Impact Craters on Jupiter's Icy Moons as Astrobiological Targets.  Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P31A-0972

 

397.  Lipps, Jere H.  This is science!  New Zealand Science Teacher No. 107 (2004).  [Reprint of #330 above]

 

2005

 

398.   Hawkes, A., Scott, D. B., and Lipps, Jere H.  Evidence of Possible Precursor Events for Mega-thrust Earthquakes on the West Coast of North America.  Geological Society of America Bulletin 117: 996-1008.

 

399.  Lipps, Jere H., and Rieboldt, Sarah.  Habitats and taphonomy of life on Europa.  Icarus.  177:  515-527. 

 

400.  Hayward, B. W., Grenfell, H. R., Sabaa, A. T., Cochran, U., Carter, R., Lipps, J. H., and Morley, M. S.  Marine microfossil record of large earthquakes in the past 7200 years in southern Hawkes Bay.  2005 Joint Conference of NZMSS, MBIC and MARGINS. Conference Programme, Information and Abstracts, p.52.

 

401.  Schulze-Makuch1, D., Irwin, L. N., Lipps, J. H., LeMone, D., Dohm5, J. M., and Fairén, A. G.  Scenarios for the Evolution of Life on Mars.  Journal of Geophysical Research—Planets, 110, E12S23, doi:10.1029/2005JE002430.

 

402.  Lipps, J. H.  Photographs (Reserve Geologique de Haute-Provence; Shark Bay stromatolites) in Lapo, A. V. 2005.  Problems of conservation and rational usage of the geological heritage at the 32nd International Geological Congress (Florence, Italy).  Regional Geology & Metallogeny, 23: 51-59 (St. Peterburg, Russia.  In Russian).

 

In Press

 

Hayward, B. W., Grenfell, H. R., Sabaa, A. T., Carter, R., Cochran, U., Lipps, J. H., Shane, P. A. R., and Morley, M. S., Micropaleontological evidence of large earthquakes in the past 7200 years in southern Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.: Quaternary Science Reviews.