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Dahl, R.M. and Droser, M.L. (2016) Building an effective and affordable K-12 geoscience education outreach program from the ground up: A simple model for universities. Journal of Geoscience Education, 64(1):5-16.
Luque, J., Agic, H., Anderson, E.P., Dahl, R., Donovan, M., Field, D.J., Fronimos, J.A., Hodges, M., Motz, G.J., Roney, R., Saupe, E.E., Sheffield, S., Tackett, L., Tashman, J.N. and Wawrzyniak, Z. (2015) Diversity in all its forms: IPC4 as an invaluable opportunity for STEPPE grant recipients. GSA Today, 25(1):24-25.
Tarhan, L.G., Droser, M.L., Haddad, E., Dahl, R.M., Hancock, L., Henry, S.E., Joel, L.V., Solon, C.M. and Thomson, T.J. (2014) Seafloor colonization in the earliest Paleozoic: Evidence from the Cambrian of Death Valley. Proceedings of the Death Valley Natural History Association.
Recent Conference Abstracts
Dahl, R.M., Caesar, K. and Droser, M.L. (2016) "Underrepresented" is not just a buzzword: A closer look at the lack of ethnic and racial diversity in the geosciences and potential solutions. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Paper No. 221-1.
Dahl, R.M., Droser, M.L. and Richards-Dinger, K. (2015) Modeling the density of fossils from cross-section exposures: An example from the Ordovician of the Arrow Canyon Range, NV. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Paper No. 42-4.
Dahl, R.M. and Droser, M.L. (2014) Developing a simple and effective K-12 geoscience outreach program. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Paper No. 152-13, v.46, p. 387.
Dahl, R.M. and Droser, M.L. (2014) Paleoecology of Ordovician gastropods from the Great Basin, USA. Abstract book of the 4th International Paleontological Congress, p. 694.
Dahl, R.M. and Droser, M.L. (2014) Bellerophontid gastropods of the Middle Ordovician Kanosh Shale. 10th North American Paleontological Convention, The Paleontological Society Special Publications, Session 39-4, p. 178.
Dahl, R.M. and Droser, M.L. (2013) Down to Earth Climate Change: Teaching Tomorrow's Leaders Today. NASA-NOAA-NSF Tri-Agency Meeting.