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Samuel Neely
Samuel Neely
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Department of Geology and Geophysics
Texas A&M University
3115 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3115


Degrees:

M.S. Geology, University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2016

B.S. Biology, Minor chemistry, Presbyterian College, 2013

B.S. Psychology, Presbyterian College, 2013

Awards:

Outstanding Research Award (2016) awarded by UNC Wilmington Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences

Courses:

Geol 307: Dinosaur World


Links:

LinkedIn:   https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-neely-6b380895/

Samuel Neely

Graduate Student

Research Interests

My research interests include conservation paleobiology, invasive species, paleoecology, invertebrate paleontology, paleobotany, and wetlands.

Selected Publications

Publications

Neely, Samuel H.  2016. Predator-Prey Interactions among Pliocene Mollusks from the Tjörnes Peninsula, Iceland, and East Anglia, England, Across the Trans-Arctic Invasion (Master’s Thesis). University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC.

Abstracts

Neely, Samuel H. and Kelley, Patricia H. 2016. Bed-by-Bed Analysis of Pliocene Predator-Prey Interactions from the Tjörnes Peninsula, Iceland, Across the Trans-Arctic Invasion. [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48(7). (Presenting author, September 25, 2016, Denver, CO).

Neely, Samuel H. and Kelley, Patricia, H. 2016.  Analysis of naticid gastropod predation across the trans-Arctic invasion in the Tjörnes Beds, Iceland, and the Red Crag Formation, East Anglia, England [ABSTRACT].  EGU General Assembly Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, (Presenting author, April 18, 2016, Vienna, Austria).

Neely, Samuel H. and Kelley, Patricia, H. 2016. Spatial comparisons of drilling predation in the Serripes zone, Tjörnes, Iceland, and the Red Crag Formation, East Anglia, England, across the trans-Arctic invasion [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48(3). (Presenting author, April 1, 2016, Columbia, SC).

Neely, Samuel H. and Kelley, Patricia H. 2015. Predator-prey interactions from the Tjörnes Peninsula, Iceland, across the trans-Arctic invasion [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7):69. (Presenting author, November 1, 2015, Baltimore, MD).

Kelley, P.H., Neely, S.H., Baldwin, R.J., Hoskins, W.L., Kerr, T.U., Liskiewicz, C.M., Micovic, J.M., Stefan, J.M., Swank, E.T., and Dietl, G.P. 2015. Paleoecological relationships within Pliocne bivalve assemblages from the Carolinas and Virginia [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7):348. (Presenting author, November 2, 2015, Baltimore, MD).

Kelley, P.H., Over, J.R., Neely, S.H., Erdie, R.J., Macnair, C.C., Oakes, W.D., Quinto, C.A., Vanderkin, H.R., and Dietl, G.P. 2015. Geographic and temporal comparisons of bivalve diversity in the Plio-Pleistocene of Virginia and the Carolinas [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7).

Cooke, K.A., Dalsing, R.E., Kelley, P.H., Neely, S. H., and Micovic, J.M. 2015. Drilling predation on a Pleistocene molluscan assemblage from La Belle, Florida, and relation to encounter rates [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(7):345.

Kelley, P.H., Cooke, K.A., Cronin, K., Kelly, B.T., Moore, N.O., Mohr, K.A. and Neely, S.H.  2015. Life modes of Pleistocene bivalves from La Belle, Florida: Taphonomic implications and relationship to drilling predation [ABSTRACT]. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47(2): 26. (Presenting author, March 19, 2015, Chattanooga, TN).

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Anne Raymond

Society Memberships

Paleontological Society

Geological Society of America

Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Theta Kappa Chapter

European Geoscience Union

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