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Donald F. McNeill

Professor of Marine Geosciences RSMAS, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Miami

Educational Background

  Ph.D., University of Miami (RSMAS), 1989
     

Research Interests

 

Sedimentology and Stratigraphic Correlation of Carbonate and Mixed Systems; Intergrated Stratigraphy (Bio-, Sr-, Isotope-, Magnetostratigraphy)


   

Courses Taught

 
   

Recent Publications

 

McNeill, D.F., and Pisera, A., 2010.  Neogene lithofacies evolution on a small carbonate platform in the Loyalty Basin, Maré, New Caledonia.  In W. Morgan et al., (eds.): Cenozoic Carbonate Systems of Australasia, SEPM Special Publication No. 95, p. 232-244.

 

Klaus, J.S., Lutz, B.P., McNeill, D.F., Budd, A.F., Johnson, K.G., and Ishman, S.E., 2011.  Rise and fall of Pliocene free-living corals in the Caribbean.  Geology, v. 39, p. 375-378.

 

Bauch, T., Reijmer, J.J.G., McNeill, D.F., and Schafer, P., 2011, Development of a mixed carbonate-siliciclastic reef (Limon, Costa Rica).  Sedimentary Geology (posted online July 2011).

 

McNeill, D.F., Klaus, J.S., Budd, A.F., Lutz, B, and Ishman, S., 2011, Neogene chronology and sequence stratigraphy of mixed carbonate-siliciclastic deposits of the Cibao Basin, Dominican Republic: Refining the shallow-water fossil record in the Caribbean: Geological Soc. of America Bulletin (posted online August, 2011).

 

Klaus, J.S., McNeill, D.F., Budd, A.F., and Coates, A., submitted.  Neogene reef coral assemblages of the Bocas del Toro region, Panama: The rise of Acropora palmata.  Coral Reefs (in revision).

 

McNeill, D.F., Klaus, J.S., O'Connell, L.A., Coates, A., and Morgan, W.A., submitted.  Depositional facies, stratigraphy, and eogenetic karst features on an attached carbonate platform: Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Panama.  Journal of Sedimentary Research (in review).

   

Contact Information

 

Marine Geology and Geophysics 
RSMAS - University of Miami 
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway 
Miami, FL 33149 USA

Phone: (305)421-4790
Fax: (305)421-4632


dmcneill@rsmas.miami.edu
   
 

 

 

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