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Moshier, Stephen O., and Greenberg, Jeffrey K., 2010. History and Future of Geology Field Instruction at the Wheaton College Science Station, South Dakota Black Hills. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 42, No. 3, p. 9.

Hill, C. A., and Moshier, S.O. 2009. Flood Geology and the Grand Canyon: A Critique. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 61: 99-115.

 

Moshier, Stephen O., *Felker, Benjamin, and Gayed, Bahaa. 2009. Field recognition and remote sensing of an ancient channel of the Pelusiac Nile, Egypt. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 7, p.75.

Clark, James A., Hooyer, Thomas S., and Clayton, Lee. 2007. Neshota outlet and drainage spillway associated with glacial Lake Oshkosh, Denmark Quarry, Brown County. in T.S. Hooyer, ed. Late-Glacial History of East-Central Wisconsin, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open File Report 2007-01, pgs. 45-58.

Hooyer, Thomas S., and Clark, James A. 2007. Eureka moraine and wave-washed till surface of glacial Lake Oshkosh, Buchholtz farm, Waushara County. in T.S. Hooyer, ed. Late-Glacial History of East-Central Wisconsin, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open File Report 2007-01, pgs. 17-20

Clark, James A., Zylstra, Deborah J., and *Befus, Kevin M. 2007. Effects of Great Lakes Water Loading upon Glacial Isostatic Adjustments and Lake History. Journal Great Lakes Research, 33:627-641.

Clark, James A., Haidle, Paul E., and Cunningham, L. Nicole. Comparison of Satellite Altimetry to Tide Gauge Measurement of Sea Level: Predictions of Glacio-Isostatic Adjustment. 2002, Journal of Climate, v.15, p. 3291-3300.

Greenberg, Jeffrey K. Indoor Field Study for Structural Geology Course 2002, Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 50, p. 575-582.

Moshier, Stephen O., Master, Daniel, Lepori, Jacob*, Wheatley, David*, Felker, Benjamin*,  LaVigne, Elisabeth*. 2011. Geological foundations of ancient seaport Ashkelon, Israel Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 292.

Clark, James, Page, Richard, Franklin, Ryan*,  Miller, Noah*, and Morken, Michael. “Appropriate geophysics technology: Inexpensive instruments for water exploration at a local level in developing nations,” in Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future: Geological Society of America Special Paper 520, edited by Gregory Wessel and Jeffrey Greenberg, 171-181. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America Publications, 2016.

Curry, Brandon, Hajic, Edwin, Befus, Kevin*, Clark, James, and Carrell, Jennifer. “The Oswego Channel Complex: Evidence for Erosion by the Kankakee Torrent, in Guidebook 40: Deglacial History and Paleoenvironments of Northeastern Illinois 54th Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference May 16–18, 2008, ed. Brandon Curry, 71-84. DeKalb, IL: Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene, 2015.

Agee, John, Clark, James, and 6 others. Water Supply Feasibility Study Menkao, Democratic Republic of the Congo Project Report. EMI [Engineering Ministries International] Project No. 5655 Report to World Vision at Democratic Republic of Congo. Colorado Springs: Engineering Ministries International, 2015.

Hill, C., Davidson, G., Helble, T., and Ranney, W. (editors) The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth: Can Noah’s Flood Explain the Grand Canyon? Grand Rapids: Kregel Publications, 2016.

Moshier, S. and C. Hill. “What is Flood Geology?” p. 21-29.

Hill, C. and Stephen Moshier. “Time Frame of Modern Geology,” p. 41-51.

Moshier, S., T. Helble and C. Hill, “Sedimentary Rock Types and How They Form,” p. 55-65.

Hill, C. and S. Moshier. “Sedimentary Structures: Clues from the Scene of the Crime,” p. 67-71.

Moshier, S. and G. Davidson. “Using the Present to Understand the Past,” p. 73-79.

Moshier, S. and G. Davidson. “Solving Puzzles: Relative Dating and the Geologic Column,” p.  81-87.

Moshier, S. and C. Hill. “Missing Time: Gaps in the Rock Record,” p. 99-107.

Moshier, S. O., and Hoffmeier, J.K. 2015.  Which Way Out of Egypt? Physical Geography Related to the Exodus Itinerary. In: Israel's Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective: Text, Archaeology, Culture, and Geoscience, Th. E. Levy, Th. Schneider, W.H.C. Propp (eds.), Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences XXII, Springer International Publishing Switzerland: 101-108.

Hoffmeier, J. K. and Moshier, S. O. 2014. “The Ways of Horus” – Reconstructing Egypt’s East Frontier Defense Network and the Military Road to Canaan in New Kingdom Times. In Excavations in North Sinai:Tell el-Borg I, ed. J. K. Hoffmeier, 34-61. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns.

Moshier, S. O., (2014). Geologic Setting of Tell el-Borg with Implications for Ancient Geography of the Northwest Sinai. In Exacavtions in North Sinai:Tell el-Borg I, ed. J. K. Hoffmeier, 62-83. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns.

Hoffmeier, J. K. and Moshier, S. O. 2013. “A Highway Out of Egypt”: The main road from Egypt to Canaan. In F. Förster and H. Riemer (eds.) Desert Road Archaeology in Ancient Egypt and Beyond. AFRICA PRAEHISTORICA 27: 485-510.

Moshier, S. O., Maas, D. E., and Greenberg, J. K. 2009.  From the beginning: faith and geology at evangelical Wheaton College.  In M. Kobel-Ebert (ed.) Geology and Religion: Historical Views of an Intense Relationship between Harmony and Hostility. The Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 310: 301–316.

Moshier, S. O., El-Kalani, A. 2008.  Late Bronze Age paleogeography along the ancient Ways of Horus in Northwest Sinai, Egypt. Geoarchaeology 23: 450-473.

Haddock, G. H., Neiburger, E. J. and Moshier, S. O. 2008. The Perry Mastodon: A Specimen Exhibit at Wheaton College.  Central States Archaeological Journal 55: 32-33.

Moshier, S. O., Arnold, D., Funck, L. L., Lewis, R. J., Smith, A. J., Walton, J. H., Wharton, W. R. 2007. Theories of Origins: A Multi- and Interdisciplinary Course for Undergraduates and Wheaton College.  Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 59: 289-296.

Wessel, Gregory and Greenberg, Jeffery. Introduction to Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future, edited by Gregory Wessel and Jeffrey Greenberg, x-xii. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America Publications, 2016.

Greenberg, Jeffrey, Gamble, Christine*, Pickens, Bayard*, Keil, Chris, Wallett, Kaitlyn*, Edgren, David*, Lewis, Raymond, and Clark, James. “Small-scale waste-stabilisation ponds for rural communities: an undergraduate experimental venture.” Waterlines, 34 (2015): 434-444. doi:10.3362/1756-3488.2015.035.

Greenberg, Jeffrey. “Geophilanthropy, personal and public” in Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future: Geological Society of America Special Paper 520, eds. Gregory Wessel and Jeffrey Greenberg, 35-44. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America Publications, 2016.

White, Robert and Greenberg, Jeffrey. “Religious faith as motivation in using geosciences to develop a sustainable future” in Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future: Geological Society of America Special Paper 520, edited by Gregory Wessel and Jeffrey Greenberg, 23-34. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America Publications, 2016.

*Wallett, Kaitlyn, Greenberg,Jeffrey, Kvasnicka, Jacob*, Pickens, Bayard*, Jackson, Meagan*, Gamble, Christine*, Keil, Chris, Clark, James, and Lewis, Raymond. “Low-tech waste stabilization ponds in the service of the global poor: The WASTE Program” in Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future: Geological Society of America Special Paper 520, edited by Gregory Wessel and Jeffrey Greenberg, 287-392. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America Publications, 2016.

* Wheaton College undergraduate collaborator

    



 

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