DENNIS V. KENT


Department of Geological Sciences Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Rutgers University  Rt. 9W
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8066 USA  Palisades, NY 10964-8000 USA
tel: (732) 445-7049 fax: (732) 445-3374 tel: (914) 365-8544 fax: (914) 365-8158
dvk@rci.rutgers.edu  dvk@ldeo.columbia.edu

 PERSONAL DATA

            Born November 4, 1946 (Prague). U.S. citizen.
            Married to Carolyn Ann Cook (1971); one child (Amanda, b 1977).

EDUCATION

1974 Ph.D. (Marine Geology & Geophysics) Columbia University, NY
1968 B.Sc. (Geology) City College of New York, NY

POSITIONS
 

1998- Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Rutgers University
1999- Adjunct Senior Research Scholar, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1997 Gastprofessor, Institüt für Geophysik, ETH, Zürich
1993 Director of Research, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1989-90  Interim Director, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1987-89 Associate Director for Oceans & Climate Division, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1987- Adjunct Professor, Dept of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Columbia University
1984-99  Doherty Senior Scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1982 Gastprofessor, Institüt für Geophysik, ETH, Zürich
1981-87 Adjunct Assoc Professor, Dept of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Columbia University
1979-84 Senior Research Scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
1974-79 Research Associate, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

PRINCIPAL RESEARCH INTERESTS

Paleomagnetism, geomagnetism and rock magnetism, and their application to geologic problems.
Current interests include Cenozoic and Mesozoic magnetostratigraphy and geomagnetic polarity time scales, paleoclimatology, paleogeography and tectonics of the Pangea supercontinent, and the magnetic recording properties of sediments and oceanic basalts.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS, SERVICE & HONORS

NY Regents Scholarship (1964-68)
Columbia University Faculty Fellowship (1968-74)
Fellow (1985), Geological Society of America.
Fellow (1991), American Geophysical Union.
Fellow (1993), American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory: Administrative Committee (1987-90; 1993); Executive Committee (1982-84; 1987-90; 1993); numerous ad hoc committees.
Department of Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Columbia University: Planning Committee (1987-96); Storke Executive Committee (1988-98).
American Geophysical Union: President-elect (1992-94), President (1994-96), Past-President (1996-98), Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Section; Chairman (1992-94), Edward A. Flinn III Award Committee; Fellows Committee (1992-94; 1998-2000; Chair 2000-2002).
Silver Pin (1997).
Associate Editor: G-cubed (1999-); Terra Nova (1997-1999); Paleoceanography (1989-1996); Geophysical Research Letters (1984-87); Journal of Geophysical Research (1981-83);.
Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling (JOIDES): COSOD Working Group IV (1981); Ocean History Panel (1987-90); Executive Committee (1989-90; 1993; 1999- );
JOI Board of Governors (1989-90; 1993; 1999- ); U.S. Science Advisory Committee,
COMPOST-II (1996-97); Extreme Climates Program Planning Group (1998-2000 ).
U.S. Continental Scientific Drilling Program, Forum Organizing Committee (1993-1995).
Institute for Rock Magnetism (Minnesota), Review and Advisory Committee (1994-1999).
Subcommission on Neogene Stratigraphy (ICS/IUGS), Voting Member (1996- ).
Proposal reviewer for American Chemical Society (PRF), DOE, Guggenheim Foundation, ISF, NERC (UK), National Geographic Society, NASA, NSF, NSERC (Canada).
Listed in Who╠s Who in Science and Engineering, - in the East, - in America, - in the World; Dictionary of International Biography, American Men and Women of Science.

INVITED LECTURES AND TALKS

University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Queens College, CUNY; Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Brown University; Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island; Institute of Geology, Beijing; Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Nanjing; ETH, Zurich; Lehigh University; Servicio Nacional de Geologia y Mineria, Santiago (Chile); Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Conoco Distinguished Lecturer, 1983); Rutgers University; University of Marseille, Luminy; University of Florida; University of Cincinnati; University of Michigan (Turner/Conoco Distinguished Lecturer, 1985); Syracuse University; Pennsylvania State University; University of Delaware; Florida International University; Northwestern University, Cornell University; Franklin and Marshall College; Utrecht University; University of Munich; Cox Lecturer (AGU, 1998).

Penrose Conferences at Cambridge (England), Helen (Georgia, U.S.) and Marseille (France). Meetings of the American Geophysical Union, Geological Society of America, Joint Oceanographic Assembly, Geological Society of London, Geological Society of Australia, United Kingdom Geophysical Assembly, European Geophysical Society. 150+ contributed abstracts.

Ph.D. COMMITTEES

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University:
 
 

1982  D. Prothero (Reader): Magnetostratigraphy and Mammalian Biostratigraphy: Testing the Isochroneity of Mammalian Biostratigraphic Events
1983 L. Tauxe (Academic & Research Advisor): Rock Magnetism and Paleomagnetism of Miocene Fluvial Sediments in Northern Pakistan.
1983 J.J. Flynn (Reader): Correlation and Geochronology of Middle Eocene Strata from the Western United States.
1983 M.J. Khan (Academic Advisor): Magnetostratigraphy of Neogene and Quaternary Siwalik Group Sediments of the Trans-Indus Salt Range, Northwestern Pakistan.
1983 S. Marshak (Reader): Aspects of Deformation in Carbonate Rocks of Fold-thrust Belts of Central Italy and Eastern New York State.
1984 D.J. Spariosu (Academic & Research Advisor): Paleomagnetic Investigations of Northern Appalachian Terrane History during the Middle to Late Paleozoic.
1984 B.M. Clement (Academic & Research Advisor): Details of Geomagnetic Polarity Transitions as Recorded in Deep-Sea Sediments.
1988 J. D. Miller (Academic & Research Advisor): Paleomagnetism Applied to Tectonic Problems in the Appalachians of North America.
1989 A.M. Grunow (Research Advisor): Aspects of the Evolution of the West Antarctic Margin of Gondwanaland.
1989 C.A. Raymond (Academic Advisor): Satellite Elevation Magnetic Anomalies and Their Use in Tectonic Studies.
1989 D.A. Schneider (Academic & Research Advisor): Time-Averaged Paleomagnetic Field of the Plio-Pleistocene from Deep-Sea Sediments.
1991 W.K. Witte (Academic & Research Advisor): Paleomagnetism of Late Triassic and Earliest Jurassic Rocks of the Newark Basin: Paleomagnetic Poles and Magnetostratigraphy.
1992 M.C. Van Fossen (Academic & Research Advisor): Studies in Jurassic Through Cretaceous North American Apparent Polar Wander.
1993 K. Kane (Reader): Long-Lived Segmentation of the Mid-Ocean Ridge.
1995 V. DiVenere (Academic & Research Advisor): Paleomagnetic Results from Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica: Tectonic Implications for West Antarctica and the Atlantic-Pacific Plate Circuit.
1995 D. Bryant (Reader): Oxygen Isotope Systematics in Mammalian Body Water and in Modern and Fossil Equid Tooth Enamel Phosphate.
1999 P.M. LeTourneau (Reader): Depositional History and Tectonic Evolution of Late Triassic Age Rifts of the U.S. Central Atlantic Margin: Results of an Integrated Stratigraphic, Structural, and Paleomagnetic Analysis of the Taylorsville and Richmond Basins.
2000 L. Sohl (Reader): Paleoclimatology of the Neoproterozoic Interglacial to Marinoan Glacial Succession (~650-675 Ma), Central Flinders Ranges, South Australia.

External Thesis or Diploma Committees:
1981 T. Onstott (Princeton University): Paleomagnetism of the Guyana Shield, Venezuela and Its Implication Concerning Proterozoic Tectonics of South America and Africa.
1986 J. Besse (IPG Paris): Cinematiques des Plaques et Derive des Poles Magnetiques: Evolution de la Tethys, Collisions Continentals et Couplage Noyeau-Manteau.
1987 D.N. Douglass (Dartmouth College): Geology and Paleomagnetics of Three Old Red Sandstone Basins: Spitsbergen, Norway and Scotland.
1988 Z.X. Li (Macquarie University): Palaeozoic Paleomagnetism of Australia: Tectonic Significance and Comparison with South China
1990 C.A. Burns (University of Delaware): The Australasian Microtektite Layer: Implications Concerning Its Source Area and Its Relationship to the Brunhes/Matuyama Geomagnetic Reversal.
1993 Z. Chen (University of Western Australia): Late Devonian-Early Carboniferous Palaeomagnetism of Australia and Tectonic Significance.
1994 P.J. Sugarman (Rutgers University): Strontium Isotope and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Uppermost Campanian-Maestrichtian and Miocene, New Jersey Coastal Plain.
1994 G. Muttoni (Università degli studi di Milano): Analisi Paleomagnetica di Sezioni Stratigrafiche Significative del Triassico Inferiore e Medio Della Tetide.
1994 X. Quidelleur (IPG Paris): Nature et Fidelité du Message Paleomagné tique des Inversions et de la Palé ovariation Sé culaire.
1995 J.S. Stoner (Université du Québec à Montréal): Magnetic Properties and Paleointensity Records from late Quaternary Labrador Sea Sediments.
1996  A. Hirt (ETH, Zurich): The Role of Phyllosilicates in Chemical Remagnetization (Habilitationsschrift).
1996 W. Krijgsman (Utrecht University): Miocene Magnetostratigraphy and Cyclostratigraphy in the Mediterranean: Extension of the Astronomical Polarity Time Scale.
1997 Y. Gallet (IPG Paris): Apport de la Magnetostratigraphie a l╠Etude des Inversions du Champ Magnetique Terrestre (Habilitation).
1998 Y. Kok (Utrecht University): Relative paleointensities of the Earth's magnetic field derived from deep-sea sediments.
1998 J. Carlut (IPG Paris): Une étude du champ magnétique terrestre sur les 5 derniers millions d'années.
2000 N. van Vugt (Utrecht University): Orbital forcing in late Neogene lacustrine basins from the Mediterranean basin.
POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCIENTISTS 1988    Pierre Rochette (now at: University of Aix-Marseille III, FRANCE)
1989    In Soo Kim (now at: Pusan National University, KOREA)
1991    David Schneider (now at: American Scientist, Research Triangle Park, NC)
1991-93    William Witte (now at: University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK)
1991-94    Jeff Gee (now at: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA)
1995    Giovanni Muttoni (now at: Institüt für Geophysik, ETH, Zürich, SWITZERLAND)
1999    Julie Carlut, (Lamont-Doherty)
1999    Luca Lanci (Rutgers) COURSES & SEMINARS Department of Geological Sciences, Rutgers University:

    Earth System History (460:102). Fall 2000.
    Sedimentary Geology (460:505). Spring 2000.
    Earth Science Colloquium (460:356). Spring 2000.
    Seminar in Paleomagnetism (460:611). Spring 1999.
    Geodynamics (460:570). Spring 1999.
    Honors Introductory Geology Lab (460:105). Spring 1999.

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University:

    Paleomagnetism (W4901). Fall 1980, Fall 1982, Fall 1984, Fall 1986, Fall 1988, Fall 1991.
    Magnetization of the Oceanic Crust and Ridge Crest Processes (G9901). Fall 1987.
    Plate Velocities Over Geologic Time (G9901). Fall 1989.
    History of Earth╠s Magnetic Field (G6947). Spring 1994, Fall 1996.
    Geomagnetic Reversals and Associated Phenomena (G9901). Spring 1996.

Institüt für Geophysik, ETH, Zürich:

    Source of Marine Magnetic Anomalies. Summer 1982.
    Special Topics in Paleomagnetism. Summer 1997.

FIELD EXPERIENCE

Ship Cruises
 
    1968 R/V Vema: Bermuda to Bermuda
    1969 R/V Vema: New York to Reykavik
    1970 R/V Eastward: Barbados to Jamaica
    1971 R/V Vema: Fiji to Fiji, Fiji to Guam (Chief Scientist)
    1979 D/V Glomar Challenger: Leg 68 (Curacao-Panama-Equador)

Field sampling

    1970- Caribbean (Barbados, Haiti, Jamaica
    1970, 72 Japan (Honshu, Hokkaido)
    1974- North America (Canadian and U.S. Appalachians, Llano uplift of Texas, Rockies, Colorado Plateau, Sierra
            Nevada, Newark basins)
    1979- Mediterranean (Italy, Greece)
    1981 Mauritania (Taganet)
    1981 People's Republic of China (Yangtze paraplatform)
    1983 Chile (northcentral Andes)
    1988 Australia (Lachlan foldbelt)
    1990 New Zealand (South Island)
    1992, 95 Greenland (Jameson Land)
    1997- Europe (Slovakia, Spain, France)
    1999 Egypt; Hawaii
 

DENNIS V. KENT

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 
PhD DISSERTATION

Kent, D.V., 1974, Magnetic properties and magnetic mineralogy of deep-sea sediments, Columbia University, New York, 279 p.

EDITED VOLUMES

Kent, D.V. and M. Krs (editors), 1987, Laurasian paleomagnetism and tectonics, Tectonophysics (special issue), 139 (1/2).

Berggren, W.A. and D.V. Kent (editors), 1988, Cenozoic time scales, Paleoceanography (special issue), 3 (2).

Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent, M.-P. Aubry, and J. Hardenbol (editors), 1995, Geochronology, Time Scales and Global Stratigraphic Correlations, SEPM Special Publication 54, 386p.

Gubbins, D., D.V. Kent, and C. Laj (editors) 2000, Geomagnetic polarity reversals and long-term secular variation, Philosophical Transactions Royal Society of London A358, 889-1223.

JOURNAL or BOOK ARTICLES

1. Kent, D., N.D. Opdyke and M. Ewing, 1971, Climate change in the North Pacific using ice-rafted detritus as a climatic indicator, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 82, 2741-2754.

2. Kent, D.V., 1973, Paleomagnetism of some Neogene sedimentary rocks on Oga Peninsula, Japan, Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 25, 87-103.

3. Kent, D.V., 1973, Post-depositional remanent magnetization in deep sea sediment, Nature, 246, 32-34.

4. Opdyke, N.D., D.V. Kent and W. Lowrie, 1973, Details of magnetic polarity transitions recorded in a high deposition rate deep sea core, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 20, 315-324.

5. Kent, D.V. and W. Lowrie, 1974, The origin of magnetic instability in cores from the central North Pacific, Journal of Geophysical Research, 79, 2987-3000.

6. Johnson, H.P., W. Lowrie and D.V. Kent, 1975, Stability of anhysteretic remanent magnetization in fine and coarse magnetite and maghemite particles, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 41, 1-10.

7. Kent, D.V., 1975, Post-depositional detrital remanent magnetism in reconstituted deep sea sediment, in Proceedings Takesi Nagata Conference (June 1974, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh), 85-95.

8. Kent, D.V. and W. Lowrie, 1975, On the magnetic susceptibility anisotropy of deep sea sediment, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 28, 1-12.

9. Cande, S.C. and D.V. Kent, 1976, Constraints imposed by the shape of marine magnetic anomalies on the magnetic source, Journal of Geophysical Research, 81, 4157-4162.

10. Lowrie, W. and D.V. Kent, 1976, Viscous remanent magnetization in basalt samples, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 34, 479-484.

11. LaBrecque, J.L., D.V. Kent and S.C. Cande, 1977, Revised magnetic polarity time scale for the Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic, Geology, 5, 330-335.

12. Kent, D.V., 1977, Paleomagnetism of Late Cenozoic sediments of Hokkaido, Japan, Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Series C (Geology), 3, 78-85.

13. Kent, D.V., 1977, An estimate of the duration of the faunal change at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, Geology, 5, 769-771.

14. Kent, D.V. and W. Lowrie, 1977, Magnetic properties of igneous rock samples from Leg 37, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 37, 525-530.

15. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1977, Paleomagnetic field intensity variation recorded in a Brunhes epoch deep sea sediment core, Nature, 266, 156-159.

16. Kent, D.V., 1978, Anisotropy in sediments, in Fairbridge, R.W. and Bourgeois, J., eds., Encyclopedia of Sedimentology (Volume VIA) (Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Stroudsburg), 13-14.

17. Kent, D.V., 1978, Remanent magnetism in sediment, in Fairbridge, R.W. and Bourgeois, J., eds., Encyclopedia of Sedimentology (Volume VIA) (Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Stroudsburg), 617.

18. Kent, D. V., B.M. Honnorez, N.D. Opdyke and P.J. Fox, 1978, Magnetic properties of dredged oceanic gabbros and the source of marine magnetic anomalies, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 5, 513-537.

19. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1978, Paleomagnetism of the Devonian Catskill Red Beds: Evidence for motion of the coastal New England-Canadian Maritime region relative to cratonic North America, Journal of Geophysical Research, 83, 4441-4450.

20. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1978, Paleomagnetism and magnetic properties of igneous rock samples - Leg 38, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 38, (Supplement), 3-8.

21. Kent, D.V. and L.P. Tsai, 1978, Paleomagnetism and rock magnetism of Upper Jurassic limestone and basalt from Site 367, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 41, (Supplement), 995-1002.

22. Lowrie, W. and D.V. Kent, 1978, Characteristics of viscous remanent magnetization in oceanic basalts, Journal of Geophysics, 44, 297-315.

23. Kent, D.V., 1979, Paleomagnetism of the Devonian Onondaga Limestone revisited, Journal of Geophysical Research, 84, 3576-3588.

24. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1979, The Early Carboniferous paleomagnetic field of North America and its bearing on tectonics of the northern Appalachians, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 44, 365-372.

25. Alvarez, W., D.V. Kent, I. Premoli Silva, R.A. Schweickert and R.L. Larson, 1980, Franciscan Complex limestone deposited at 17° south paleolatitude, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 91, 476-484.

26. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1980, Paleomagnetism of Siluro-Devonian rocks from eastern Maine, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 17, 1653-1665.

27. Prell, W.L., J.V. Gardner, et al., 1980, Hydraulic piston coring of late Neogene and Quaternary sections in the Caribbean and equatorial Pacific: Preliminary results of Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 68, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 91, 433-444.

28. Tauxe, L., D.V. Kent and N.D. Opdyke, 1980, Magnetic components contributing to the NRM of Middle Siwalik redbeds, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 47, 279-284.

29. Kent, D.V., 1981, Asteroid extinction hypothesis (Letter), Science, 211, 648.

30. Kent, D.V. and M.R. Maurrasse, 1981, Paleomagnetic results from the Cretaceous Dumisseau Formation of Haiti, Publications, Trans. du Premiere Colloque sur la Geologie d'Haiti, Port-au-Prince (Mars 1980, Publ. Henri Deschamps), 236-244.

31. Kent, D.V., D. Ninkovich, T. Pescatore and R.S.J. Sparks, 1981, Paleomagnetic determination of emplacement temperature of the Vesuvius 79 A.D. pyroclastic deposit, Nature, 290, 393-396.

32. Clement, B.M., D.V. Kent and N.D. Opdyke, 1982, Brunhes-Matuyama transition in three deep sea sediment cores, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A306, 113-119.

33. Kent, D.V., 1982, The apparent correlation of paleomagnetic intensity and climatic records in deep sea sediments, Nature, 299, 538-540.

34. Kent, D.V., 1982, Paleomagnetic evidence for post-Devonian displacement of the Avalon Platform (Newfoundland), Journal of Geophysical Research, 87, 8709-8716.

35. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1982, Paleomagnetism of Siluro-Devonian rocks from eastern Maine: Reply to Comment by J. Roy, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 19, 232-237.

36. Kent, D.V. and D.J. Spariosu, 1982, Magnetostratigraphy of Caribbean Site 502 hydraulic piston cores, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 68, 419-433.

37. Kent, D.V. and D.J. Spariosu, 1982, Magnetostratigraphy of equatorial Pacific Site 503 hydraulic piston cores, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 68, 435-440.

38. Shipboard Scientific Party, 1982, Site 502: Columbia Basin, western Caribbean, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 68,15-162.

39. Shipboard Scientific Party, 1982, Site 503: Eastern Equatorial Pacific, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 68, 163-242.

40. Kent, D.V., 1983, Geomagnetic excursions and climate change: Reply to Comment by M.R. Rampino, Nature, 302, 455.

41. Kent, D.V. and D.J. Spariosu, 1983, High resolution magnetostratigraphy of Caribbean Plio-Pleistocene deep sea sediments, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 42, 47-64.

42. Lowrie, W. and D.V. Kent, 1983, Geomagnetic reversal frequency since the Late Cretaceous, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 62, 305-313.

43. Spariosu, D.J. and D.V. Kent, 1983, Paleomagnetism of the Lower Devonian Traveler Felsite and the Acadian orogeny in the New England Appalachians, Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 94, 1319-1328.

44. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1984, A detailed record of the Lower Jaramillo polarity transition from a southern hemisphere deep sea sediment core, Journal of Geophysical Research, 89, 1049-1058.

45. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1984, Latitudinal dependency of geomagnetic polarity transition durations, Nature, 310, 488-491.

46. Kent, D.V., O. Dia and J. Sougy, 1984, Paleomagnetism of Lower-Middle Devonian Rocks and Upper Proterozoic-Cambrian(?) Rocks from Mejeria (Mauritania, West Africa), American Geophysical Union Geodynamics Series, 12, 99-115.

47. Kent, D.V., M.C. McKenna, N.D. Opdyke, J.J. Flynn and B.J. MacFadden, 1984, Arctic biostratigraphic heterochroneity (Technical Comment), Science, 224, 173-174.

48. Shackleton, N.J., J. Backman, H. Zimmerman, D.V. Kent, M.A. Hall, D.G. Roberts, D. Schnitker, J.G. Baldauf, A. Desprairies, R. Homrighausen, P. Huddlestun, J.B. Keene, A.J. Kaltenback, K.A. O. Krumsiek, A.C. Morton, J.W. Murray and J. Westberg-Smith, 1984, Oxygen isotope calibration of the onset of icerafting in DSDP Site 552A: History of glaciation in the North Atlantic region, Nature, 307, 620-623.

49. Shor, A.N., D.V. Kent and R.D. Flood, 1984, Contourite or Turbidite? Magnetic fabric of fine-grained Quaternary sediments, Nova Scotia continental rise, in D.A.V. Stow and D.J.W. Piper, eds., Fine-Grained Sediments: Deep Water Processes and Facies (Geological Society London), 257-274.

50. Spariosu, D.J., D.V. Kent and J.D. Keppie, 1984, Late Paleozoic motions of the Meguma Terrane, Nova Scotia: New paleomagnetic evidence, American Geophysical Union Geodynamics Series, 12, 82-98.

51. Tauxe, L. and D.V. Kent, 1984, Properties of a detrital remanence carried by hematite from study of modern river deposits and laboratory redeposition experiments, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 77, 543-561.

52. Zimmerman, H.B., N.J. Shackleton, J. Backman, D.V. Kent, J.G. Baldauf, A. J. Kaltenback and A. C. Morton, 1984, History of Plio-Pleistocene climate in the northeastern Atlantic, DSDP Site 552A, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 81, 861-876.

53. Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent and J.J. Flynn, 1985, Paleogene geochronology and chronostratigraphy, in N.J. Snelling, ed., The Chronology of the Geological Record (Geological Society of London Memoir 10), 141-186.

54. Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent, J.J. Flynn and J.A. Van Couvering, 1985, Cenozoic geochronology, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 96, 1407-1426.

55. Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent and J. Van Couvering, 1985, Neogene geochronology and chronostratigraphy, in N.J. Snelling, ed., The Chronology of the Geological Record (Geological Society London Memoir 10), 211-260.

56. Bogen, N.L., D.V. Kent and R.A. Schweickert, 1985, Paleomagnetism of Jurassic rocks in the western Sierra Nevada metamorphic belt and its bearing on the structural evolution of the Sierra Nevada block, Journal of Geophysical Research, 90, 4627-4638.

57. Cande, S.C. and D.V. Kent, 1985, Tectonic rotations and marine magnetic anomalies, Journal of Geophysical Research, 90, 4647-4651.

58. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1985, A comparison of two sequential geomagnetic polarity transitions (upper Olduvai and lower Jaramillo) from the southern hemisphere, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 39, 301-313.

59. Flood, R.D., D.V. Kent, A.N. Shor and F.R. Hall, 1985, The magnetic fabric of surficial sediments in the HEBBLE area (Nova Scotian continental rise), Marine Geology, 66, 149-167.

60. Kent, D.V., 1985, Statistical structure of geomagnetic reversals, Nature, 313, 15.

61. Kent, D.V., 1985, Paleocontinental setting for the Catskill Delta, Geological Society America Special Paper 201, 9-13.

62. Kent, D.V., 1985, Thermoviscous remagnetization in some Appalachian limestones, Geophysical Research Letters, 12, 805-808.

63. Kent, D.V. and F.M. Gradstein, 1985, A Cretaceous and Jurassic geochronology, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 96, 1419-1427.

64. Kent, D.V. and N.D. Opdyke, 1985, Multicomponent magnetizations from the Mississippian Mauch Chunk Formation of the central Appalachians and their tectonic implications, Journal of Geophysical Research, 90, 5371-5383.

65. Khan, M.J., D.V. Kent and K.G. Miller, 1985, Magnetostratigraphy of Oligocene to Pleistocene sediments at Holes 558, 558A and 563, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 82, 385-392.

66. Miller, K.G., M-P. Aubry, M.J. Khan, A.J. Melillo, D.V. Kent and W.A. Berggren, 1985, Oligocene-Miocene bio-, magneto-, and isotopic stratigraphy of the western North Atlantic, Geology, 13, 257-261.

67. Raisbeck, G.M., F. Yiou, D. Bourles and D.V. Kent, 1985, Evidence for an increase in cosmogenic 10Be during a geomagnetic reversal, Nature, 315, 315-317.

68. Huang, K., N.D. Opdyke, D.V. Kent, G. Xu and R. Tang, 1986, Further paleomagnetic results from the Permian Emeishan basalt in SW China, Kexue Tongbao, 31, 1195-1201. [Also published in Chinese under the title: Some new paleomagnetic results on Permian Basalts from Emei Mountain (Sichuan Province, China), Science Bulletin, 4, 133-135.]

69. Kent, D.V. and F.M. Gradstein, 1986, A Jurassic to Recent chronology, in P.R. Vogt and B.E. Tucholke, eds., The Western North Atlantic Region,Geology of North America Volume M (Geological Society America, Boulder), 45-50.

70. Kent, D.V., G. Xu, K. Huang, W.Y. Zhang and N.D. Opdyke, 1986, Paleomagnetism of Upper Cretaceous rocks from South China, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 79, 179-184.

71. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1986, Synfolding and prefolding magnetizations in the Upper Devonian Catskill Formation of eastern Pennsylvania, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 12791-12803.

72. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1986, Paleomagnetism of the Upper Devonian Catskill Formation from the southern limb of the Pennsylvania salient: Possible evidence of oroclinal rotation, Geophysical Research Letters, 13, 1173-1176.

73. Opdyke, N.D., K. Huang, G. Xu, W.Y. Zhang and D.V. Kent, 1986, Paleomagnetic results from the Triassic of the Yangtze Platform, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 9553-9568.

74. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1986, Influence of non-dipole field on determination of Plio-Pleistocene true polar wander, Geophysical Research Letters, 13, 471-474.

75. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1987, Short polarity intervals within the Matuyama: transition field records from hydraulic piston cored sediments from the North Atlantic, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 81, 253-264.

76. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1987, Geomagnetic polarity transition records from five hydraulic piston core sites in the North Atlantic, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 94, 831-852.

77. Forsythe, R.D., D.V. Kent, C. Mpodozis and J. Davidson, 1987, Paleomagnetism of Permian and Triassic Rocks, Central Chilean Andes, Proceedings VI Gondwana Symposium, Geophysical Monograph 40 (American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.), 241-252.

78. Grunow, A.M., I.W.D. Dalziel and D.V. Kent, 1987, Ellsworth-Whitmore Mountains Crustal Block, Western Antarctica: New paleomagnetic results and their tectonic significance, Proceedings VI Gondwana Symposium, Geophysical Monograph 40 (American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.), 161-171.

79. Grunow, A.M., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1987, Mesozoic evolution of West Antarctica and the Weddell Sea Basin: New paleomagnetic constraints, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 86, 16-26.

80. Keigwin, L.D., M.-P. Aubry and D.V. Kent, 1987, North Atlantic Late Miocene stable-isotope stratigraphy, biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy, Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 94, 935-963.

81. Kent, D.V. and S.R. May, 1987, Polar wander and paleomagnetic reference pole controversies, Reviews of Geophysics, 25, 961-970.

82. Kent, D.V. and J.D. Miller, 1987, Redbeds and thermoviscous magnetization theory, Geophysical Research Letters, 14, 327-330.

83. Kent, D.V., X. Zeng, W.Y. Zhang and N.D. Opdyke, 1987, Widespread Late Mesozoic to Recent remagnetization of Paleozoic and Lower Triassic sedimentary rocks from South China, Tectonophysics, 139, 133-143.

84. McFadden, P.L., R.T. Merrill, W. Lowrie and D.V. Kent, 1987, The relative stabilities of the reverse and normal polarity states of the Earth's magnetic field, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 82, 373-383.

85. Miller, K.G. and D.V. Kent, 1987, Testing Cenozoic eustatic changes: The critical role of stratigraphic resolution, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, Special Publication 24, 51-56.

86. Opdyke, N.D., K. Huang, G. Xu, W.Y. Zhang and D.V. Kent, 1987, Paleomagnetic results from the Silurian of the Yangtze Paraplatform, Tectonophysics, 139, 123-132.

87. Aubry, M.-P., W.A. Berggren, D.V. Kent, J.J. Flynn, K.D. Klitgord, J.D. Obradovich and D.R. Prothero, 1988, Paleogene geochronology: An integrated approach, Paleoceanography, 3, 707-742.

88. Briden, J.C., D.V. Kent, P.L. Lapointe, R.A. Livermore, J.L. Roy, M.K. Seguin, A.G. Smith, R. Van der Voo and D.R. Watts, 1988, Paleomagnetic constraints on the evolution of the Caledonian-Appalachian Orogen, Geological Society London, Special Publication 38, 35-48.

89. Gradstein, F., F.P. Agterberg, M.-P. Aubry, W.A. Berggren, J.J. Flynn, R. Hewitt, D.V. Kent, K.D. Klitgord, K.G. Miller, J. Obradovich, J.G. Ogg, D.R. Prothero and G.E.G. Westermann, 1988, Sea-level history (Technical Comment), Science, 241, 599-601.

90. Kent, D.V., 1988, Further paleomagnetic evidence for oroclinal rotation in the central folded Appalachians from the Bloomsburg and the Mauch Chunk formations, Tectonics, 7, 749-760.

91. Kent, D.V. and J.D. Keppie, 1988, Silurian-Permian paleocontinental reconstructions and circum-Atlantic tectonics, Geological Society London, Special Publication 38, 469-480.

92. Kent, D.V. and J.D. Miller, 1988, New perspectives from paleomagnetism: Paleozoic drift and Appalachian tectonics, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory Yearbook, 12-17.

93. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1988, Paleomagnetism of the Siluro-Devonian Andreas Redbeds: Evidence for an Early Devonian supercontinent?, Geology, 16, 195-198.

94. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1988, Regional trends in the timing of Alleghanian remagnetization in the Appalachians, Geology, 16, 588-591.

95. Miller, K.G., M.D. Feigensen, D.V. Kent and R.K. Olsson, 1988, Upper Eocene to Oligocene stable isotope (87Sr/86Sr, 18O, 13C) standard section, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 522, Paleoceanography, 3, 223-233.

96. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1988, Inclination anomalies from Indian Ocean sediments and the possibility of a standing non-dipole field, Journal of Geophysical Research, 93, 11621-11630.

97. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1988, The paleomagnetic field from equatorial deep-sea sediments: Axial symmetry and polarity asymmetry, Science, 242, 252-256.

98. Tucker, S. and D.V. Kent, 1988, Multiple remagnetizations of lower Paleozoic limestones from the Taconics of Vermont, Geophysical Research Letters, 15, 1251-1254.

99. Witte, W.K. and D.V. Kent, 1988, Revised magnetostratigraphies confirm low sedimentation rates in Arctic Ocean cores, Quaternary Research, 29, 43-53.

100. Johnson, D.A., D.A. Schneider, C. Nigrini, J-P. Caulet and D.V. Kent, 1989, Pliocene-Pleistocene Radiolarian events and magnetostratigraphic calibrations for the tropical Indian Ocean, Marine Micropaleontology, 14, 33-66.

101. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1989, Paleomagnetism of the Upper Ordovician Juniata Formation of the central Appalachians revisited again, Journal of Geophysical Research, 94, 1843-1849.

102. Miller, J.D. and D.V. Kent, 1989, Paleomagnetism of selected Devonian age plutons from Maine, Vermont and New York, Northeastern Geology, 11, 66-76.

103. Witte, W.K. and D.V. Kent, 1989, A middle Carnian to early Norian (~225 Ma) paleopole from sediments of the Newark Basin, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 101, 1118-1126.

104. deMenocal, P.B., W.F. Ruddiman and D.V. Kent, 1990, Depth of post-depositional remanence acquisition in deep-sea sediments: A case study of the Brunhes-Matuyama reversal and oxygen isotopic stage 19.1, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 99, 1-13.

105. Kent, D.V. and R. Van der Voo, 1990, Paleozoic paleogeography from paleomagnetism of the Atlantic-bordering continents, Geological Society of London Memoir 12, 49-56.

106. Lu, G., S. Marshak and D.V. Kent, 1990, Characteristics of magnetic carriers responsible for late Paleozoic remagnetization in carbonate strata of the midcontinent, U.S.A., Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 99, 351-361.

107. Miller, K.G., D.V. Kent, A.N. Brower, L.M. Bybell, M.D. Feigensen, R.K. Olsson and R.Z. Poore, 1990, Eocene-Oligocene sea-level changes on the New Jersey coastal plain linked to the deep-sea record, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 102, 331-339.

108. Olsen, P.E. and D.V. Kent, 1990, Continental coring of the Newark Rift, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 71, 385 and 394.

109. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1990, Ivory Coast microtektites and geomagnetic reversals, Geophysical Research Letters, 17, 163-166.

110. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1990, The time-averaged paleomagnetic field, Reviews of Geophysics, 28, 71-96.

111. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1990, Testing models of the Tertiary paleomagnetic field, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 101, 260-271.

112. Schneider, D.A. and D.V. Kent, 1990, Paleomagnetism of Leg 115 sediments: implications for Neogene magnetostratigraphy and paleolatitude of the Reunion hotspot, Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 115, 717-736.

113. Van Fossen, M.C. and D.V. Kent, 1990, High-latitude paleomagnetic poles from Middle Jurassic plutons and Moat Volcanics in New England and the controversy regarding Jurassic apparent polar wander for North America, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 17,503-17,516.

114. Vigliotti, L. and D.V. Kent, 1990, Paleomagnetic results from Tertiary sediments from Corsica: Evidence for post-Eocene rotation, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 62, 97-108.

115. Witte, W.K. and D.V. Kent, 1990, The paleomagnetism of redbeds and basalts of the Hettangian extrusive zone, Newark Basin, New Jersey, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 17,533-17,546.

116. Clement, B.M. and D.V. Kent, 1991, A southern hemisphere record of the Matuyama-Brunhes polarity reversal, Geophysical Research Letters, 18, 81-84.

117. Glass, B.P., D.V. Kent, D.A. Schneider and L. Tauxe, 1991, Ivory Coast tektite strewnfield: Description and relation to the Jaramillo geomagnetic polarity subchron, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 107, 182-196.

118. Grunow, A.M., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1991, New paleomagnetic data from Thurston Island and their implications for the tectonics of West Antarctica, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 17,935-17,954.

119. Thrupp, G.A., D.V. Kent, P.W. Schmidt and C.McA. Powell, 1991, Paleomagnetism of red beds of the Late Devonian Worange Point Formation, SE Australia, Geophysical Journal International, 104, 179-201.

120. Witte, W.K. and D.V. Kent, 1991, Tectonic implications of a remagnetization event in the Newark Basin, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 19,569-19,582.

121. Witte, W.K., D.V. Kent and P.E. Olsen, 1991, Magnetostratigraphy and paleomagnetic poles from the Late Triassic-earliest Jurassic strata of the Newark Basin, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 103, 1648-1662.

122. Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent, J.D. Obradovich and C.C. Swisher III, 1992, Toward a revised Paleogene geochronology, in D.R. Prothero and W.A. Berggren, eds., Eocene-Oligocene Climatic and Biotic Evolution (Princeton University Press), 29-45.

123. Cande, S.C. and D.V. Kent, 1992, A new geomagnetic polarity timescale for the late Cretaceous and Cenozoic, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 13,917-13,951.

124. Cande, S.C. and D.V. Kent, 1992, Ultra-high resolution marine magnetic profiles: A record of continuous paleointensity variations?, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 15,075-15,083.

125. Schneider, D.A., D.V. Kent and G.A. Mello, 1992, A detailed chronology of the Australasian impact event and the Brunhes-Matuyama geomagnetic polarity reversal, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 111, 395-405.

126. Van Fossen, M.C. and D.V. Kent, 1992, A Reply in defense of high latitude middle Jurassic North American apparent polar wander, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 1803-1805.

127. Van Fossen, M.C. and D.V. Kent, 1992, Paleomagnetism of the Front Range Morisson Formation and an alternative model of late Jurassic apparent polar wander for North America, Geology, 20, 223-226.

128. Van Fossen, M.C. and D.V. Kent, 1992, Paleomagnetism of 122 Ma plutons in New England and the mid-Cretaceous paleomagnetic field in North America: True polar wander or large-scale differential mantle motion? Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 19,651-19,661.

129. Collombat, H., P. Rochette and D.V. Kent, 1993, Possible correction of the inclination error in deep-sea sediments using the anisotropy of anhysteretic remanence, Bulletin Societe Geologie France, 164, 103-111.

130. Kent, D.V. and W.K. Witte, 1993, Slow apparent polar wander for North America in the Late Triassic and large Colorado Plateau rotation, Tectonics, 12, 291-300.

131. Miller, K.G., P.R. Thompson and D.V. Kent, 1993, Integrated Late Eocene-Oligocene stratigraphy of the Alabama coastal plain: Correlation of hiatuses and stratal surfaces to glacioeustatic lowerings, Paleoceanography, 8, 313-331.

132. Van Fossen, M.C. and D.V. Kent, 1993, Paleomagnetic study of 143 Ma kimberlite dikes in central New York State, Geophysical Journal International, 113, 175-185.

133. Witte, W.K., D.V. Kent and P.E. Olsen, 1993, Reply to Discussion by Lucas, S.G., M.B. Steiner, P. Huber and A. Hunt, "Magnetostratigraphy and paleomagnetic poles from the Late Triassic-earliest Jurassic strata of the Newark Basin", Geological Society of America Bulletin, 105, 1260-1262.

134. DiVenere, V., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1994, Mid-Cretaceous paleomagnetic results from Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica: A test of post-100 Ma relative motion between East and West Antarctica, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 15115-15139.

135. Gee, J. and D.V. Kent, 1994, Variations in Layer 2A thickness and the origin of the Central Anomaly Magnetic High, Geophysical Research Letters, 21, 297-300.

136. Goldberg, D.S., D.J. Reynolds, C.F. Williams, W.K. Witte, P.E. Olsen and D.V. Kent, 1994, Well logging results from the Newark Rift Basin Coring Project, Scientific Drilling, 4, 267-279.

137. Hodell, D.A., R.H. Benson, D.V. Kent, A. Boersma and K. Rakic-El Bied, 1994, Magnetostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and stable isotope stratigraphy of an upper Miocene drill core from the Salé Briqueterie (northwestern Morocco): A high resolution chronology for the Messinian stage, Paleoceanography, 9, 835-855.

138. Kent, D.V. and J. Gee, 1994, Grain size-dependent alteration and the magnetization of oceanic basalts, Science, 265, 1561-1563.

139. Miller, K.G., J.D. Wright, M.C. Van Fossen and D.V Kent, 1994, Miocene stable isotopic stratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of Buff Bay, Jamaica, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 106, 1605-1620.

140. Miller, K.G., et al., 1994, Atlantic City Site Report, Proceedings Ocean Drilling Program, Initial Reports, 150X, 35-55.

141. Muttoni, G. and D.V. Kent, 1994, Paleomagnetism of latest Anisian (Middle Triassic) Prezzo Limestone and Buchenstein Formation, Southern Alps, Italy, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 122, 1-18.

142. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent and M. Gaetani, 1994, The base of the Anisian: A candidate global stratotype section and point from Chios Island (Greece), Albertiana, 13, 37-43.

143. Berggren, W.A., F.J. Hilgen, C.G. Langereis, D.V. Kent, J.D. Obradovich, I. Raffi, M. Raymo and N.J. Shackleton, 1995, Late Neogene chronology: New perspectives in high resolution stratigraphy, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 107, 1272-1287.

144. Berggren, W.A., D.V. Kent, C.C. Swisher and M.-P. Aubry, 1995, A revised Cenozoic geochronology and chronostratigraphy, in W.A. Berggren, D.V. Kent, M.-P. Aubry and J. Hardenbol, eds., Geochronology, Time Scales and Global Stratigraphic Correlations, SEPM Special Publication 54, 129-212.

145. Cande, S.C. and D.V. Kent, 1995, Revised calibration of the geomagnetic polarity time scale for the late Cretaceous and Cenozoic, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 6093-6095.

146. DiVenere, V., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1995, Early Cretaceous paleomagnetic results from Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica: Implications for the Weddellia collage of crustal blocks, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 8133-8151.

147. DiVenere, V., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1995, Tectonic implications of paleomagnetic results from Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica, Antarctic Journal of the U. S., 30, 22-24.

148. Gee, J. and D.V. Kent, 1995, Magnetic hysteresis in young mid-ocean ridge basalts: Dominant cubic anisotropy?, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 551-554.

149. Kent, D.V., P.E. Olsen and W.K. Witte, 1995, Late Triassic-earliest Jurassic geomagnetic polarity sequence and paleolatitudes from drill cores in the Newark rift basin, eastern North America, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 14,965-14,998.

150. Kent, D.V., P.E. Olsen and W.K. Witte, 1995, Late Triassic-earliest Jurassic geomagnetic polarity reference sequence from cyclic continental sediments of the Newark rift basin (eastern North America), Albertiana, 16, 17-26.

151. Kent, D.V. and D.A. Schneider, 1995, Correlation of paleointensity variation records in the Brunhes/Matuyama polarity transition interval, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 129, 135-144.

152. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent and M. Gaetani, 1995, Magnetostratigraphy of a Lower/Middle Triassic boundary section from Chios (Greece), Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 92, 245-260.

153. Clement, B.M., D.V. Kent and N.D. Opdyke, 1996, A synthesis of magnetostratigraphic results from Pliocene-Pleistocene sediments cored using the hydraulic piston corer, Paleoceanography, 11, 299-308.

154. DiVenere, V., D.V. Kent and I.W.D. Dalziel, 1996, Summary of paleomagnetic results from West Antarctica: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Pacific margin of Gondwana during the Mesozoic, in B.C. Storey, E.C. King and R.A. Livermore, eds.,Weddell Sea Tectonics and Gondwana Breakup, Geological Society Special Publication No. 108, 31-43.

155. Gee, J., D.A. Schneider and D.V. Kent, 1996, Marine magnetic anomalies as recorders of geomagnetic intensity variations, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 144, 327-336.

156. Kent, D.V. and L.B. Clemmensen, 1996, Paleomagnetism and cycle stratigraphy of the Triassic Fleming Fjord and Gipsdalen Formations of East Greenland, Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 142, 121-136.

157. Kent, D.V. and J. Gee, 1996, Magnetic alteration of zero-age oceanic basalt, Geology, 24, 703-706.

158. Miller, K. G., G. S. Mountain, et al., 1996, Drilling and dating New Jersey Oligocene-Miocene sequences: Ice volume, global sea level, and Exxon records, Science, 271, 1092-1095.

159. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent and J.E.T. Channell, 1996, Evolution of Pangea: Paleomagnetic constraints from the Southern Alps, Italy, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 140, 97-112.

160. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent, S. Meço, A. Nicora, M. Gaetani, M. Balini, D. Germani and R. Rettori, 1996, Magnetobiostratigraphy of the Spathian to Anisian (Lower to Middle Triassic) Kç ira section, Albania, Geophysical Journal International, 127, 503-514.

161. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent, A. Nicora, H. Rieber and P. Brack, 1996, Magneto-biostratigraphy of the ╬Buchenstein Beds╠ at Frö tschbach (western Dolomites, Italy), Albertiana, 17, 51-56.

162. Olsen, P.E. and D.V. Kent, 1996, Milankovitch climate forcing in the tropics of Pangea in the Late Triassic, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 122, 1-16.

163. Olsen, P.E., D.V. Kent, B. Cornet, W.K. Witte and R.W. Schlische, 1996, High resolution stratigraphy of the Newark rift basin (early Mesozoic, eastern North America), Geological Society of America Bulletin, 108, 40-77.

164. Steininger, F.F., W.A. Berggren, D.V. Kent, R.L. Bernor, S. Sen and J. Agusti, 1996, Circum-Mediterranean Neogene (Miocene and Pliocene) marine-continental chronologic correlations of European mammal units, in Bernor, R. L., Fahlbusch, V., and Mittman, H. W., eds., The Evolution of Western Eurasian Neogene Mammal Faunas, Columbia University Press (New York), 7-46.

165. Gee, J. and D.V. Kent, 1997, Magnetization of axial lavas from the southern East Pacific Rise (14° -23° S): Geochemical controls on magnetic properties, Journal of Geophysical Research, 102, 24,873-24,886.

166. Johnson, H.P., D.V. Kent, M.A. Tivey, J.S. Gee, R.L. Larson, and R.W. Embley, 1997, Conference on the magnetization of the oceanic crust steers future research, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 78, 199-200, 202.

167. Kent, D.V. and P.E. Olsen, 1997, Paleomagnetism of Upper Triassic continental sedimentary rocks from the Dan River-Danville rift basin (eastern North America), Geological Society of America Bulletin, 109, 366-377.

168. Metzger, J.M., Remer, S.C., Miller, K.G., Van Fossen, M.C., Kent, D.V., Browning, J.V., Pekar, S.F., and Goldberg, D.S., 1997. Pass-through core measurements of magnetic susceptibility and natural gamma ray, New Jersey coastal plain Leg 150 X: Sequence stratigraphic implications, Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results., 150X,65-74.

169. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent, P. Brack, A. Nicora and M. Balini, 1997, Middle Triassic magnetostratigraphy and biostratigraphy from the Dolomites and Greece, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 146, 107-120.

170. Clemmensen, L.B., D.V. Kent and F.A. Jenkins, 1998, A Late Triassic lake system in East Greenland: facies, depositional cycles and paleoclimate, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 140, 135-159.

171. Gee, J. and D.V. Kent, 1998, Magnetic telechemistry and magmatic segmentation on the southern East Pacific Rise, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 164, 379-385.

172. Kent, D.V., 1998, Impacts on Earth in the Late Triassic, Nature, 395, 126.

173. Kent, D.V., 1998, Cenozoic Era: Geomagnetic polarity time-scale, Appendix to: J. Hardenbol et al., Mesozoic and Cenozoic sequence chronostratigraphic framework of European basins, in P.C. de Graciansky, J. Hardenbol, T. Jacquin and P.R. Vail, eds., Mesozoic and Cenozoic Sequence Stratigraphy of European Basins, SEPM Special Publication 60, 763.

174. Kent, D.V. and M.A. Smethurst, 1998, Shallow bias of paleomagnetic inclinations in the Paleozoic and Precambrian, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 160, 391-402.

175. Muttoni, G., A. Argnani, D.V. Kent, N. Abrahamsen, and I. Cibin, 1998, Paleomagnetic evidence for Neogene tectonic rotations in the northern Apennines, Italy, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 154, 25-40.

176. Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent, S. Meço, A. Nicora, L. Krystyn, M. Balini, R. Rettori, and M. Gaetani, 1998, Towards a better definition of the Middle Triassic magnetostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Tethyan realm, Earth and Planetary Science Letters,164, 285-302.

177. Cramer, B.S., M.-P. Aubry, K.G. Miller, R.K. Olsson, J.D. Wright and D.V. Kent, 1999, An exceptional chronologic, isotopic, and clay mineralogic record of the latest Paleocene thermal maximum, Bass River, NJ, ODP 174AX, Geological Society of France Bulletin, 170, 883-897.

178. DiVenere, V., and D.V. Kent, 1999, Are the Pacific and Indo-Atlantic hotspots fixed? Testing the plate circuit through Antarctica, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 170, 105-117.

179. Gee, J. and D.V. Kent, 1999, Calibration of magnetic granulometric trends in oceanic basalts, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 170, 377-390.

180. Kent, D.V., 1999, Orbital tuning and geomagnetic polarity timescales Philosophical Transactions, Royal Society of London, Series A, 357, 1995-2007.

181. Kent, D.V. and P.E. Olsen, 1999, Astronomically tuned geomagnetic polarity timescale for the Late Triasssic, Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 12831-12841.

182. Olsen, P.E. and D.V. Kent, 1999, Long-period Milankovitch cycles from the Late Triassic and Early Jurassic of eastern North America and their implications for the calibration of the early Mesozoic time-scale and the long-term behaviour of the planets, Philosophical Transactions, Royal Society of London, Series A, 357, 1761-1786.

183. Sohl, L.E., N. Christie-Blick, and D.V. Kent, 1999, Paleomagnetic record in Marinoan (~600Ma) glacial deposits of Australia: Implications for the duration and causes of low-latitude glaciation in the Neoproterozoic, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 111, 1120-1139.

Ali, J.R., D.V. Kent, and E.A. Hailwood, 2000, Magnetostratigraphic reinvestigation of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary interval in Hole 690B, Maud Rise, Antarctica, Geophysical Journal International, 141, 639-646.

Aubry, M.-P., Cramer, B.S., K.G. Miller, J.D. Wright, D.V. Kent, and R.K. Olsson, 2000, Late Paleocene event chronology: unconformities, not diachrony, Geological Society of France Bulletin, 171, 367-378.

Berggren, W.A., M.-P. Aubry, M. van Fossen, D.V. Kent, R.D. Norris and F. Quillevere, 2000, Integrated Paleocene calcareous plankton magnetobiochronology, and stable isotope stratigraphy: DSDP Site 384 (NW Atlantic Ocean), Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 159, 1-51.

Kent, D.V. and P.E. Olsen, 2000, Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and paleolatitude of the Triassic-Jurassic Blomidon Formation in the Fundy basin (Canada): implications for early Mesozoic tropical climate gradients, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 179, 311-324.

Kent, D.V. and P.E. Olsen, 2000, Implications of astronomical climate cycles to the chronology of the Triassic, in G.H Bachmann and I. Lerche (editors), Epicontinental Triassic, Volume 3, E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, 1463-1474.

Olsen, P.E. and D.V. Kent, 2000, High-resolution early Mesozoic Pangean climate transect in lacustrine environments, in G.H Bachmann and I. Lerche (editors), Epicontinental Triassic, Volume 3, E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, 1475-1496.

in press or in review:

Carlut, J. and D.V. Kent, 2000, Paleointensity record in zero-age submarine basalt glass: Testing a new dating technique for recent MORBS, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, in press.

Kent, D.V. and G. Muttoni, 2000, Mobility of Pangea: Implications for Late Paleozoic and Early Mesozoic paleoclimate, in P.M. LeTourneau and P.E. Olsen (editors), Aspects of Triassic-Jurassic Rift Basin Geoscience, Columbia University Press, New York, in press.

Lanci., L., D.V. Kent. P.E. Biscaye, and A. Bory, 2000, Isothermal remanent magnetization of Greenland ice: Preliminary results, Geophysical Research Letters, in review.

Lanci., L., D.V. Kent and K.G. Miller, 2000, Detection of sequence boundaries using core-log integration of magnetic susceptibility and natural gamma-ray measurements at the Ancora site on the Atlantic Coastal Plain, Journal of Geophysical Research, in review.

Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent, P. Di Stefano, M. Gullo, A. Nicora, J. Tait and W. Lowrie, 2000, Magnetostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Carnian/Norian boundary interval from the Pizzo Mondello section (Sicani Mountains, Sicily), Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, in press.

Muttoni, G., D.V. Kent and M. Orchard, 2000, Paleomagnetic reconnaissance of Early Mesozoic carbonates from Williston Lake, northeastern British Columbia, Canada: Evidence for Late Mesozoic remagnetization, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, in review.