RECENT ABSTRACTS (2015+) (*student author; #talks given by ELG)

#Grossman, E.L., Robbins, J.A, Rachello-Dolmen, P., Tao, K., Saxena*, D. and O’Dea, A., 2017. Freshwater input, upwelling, and the evolution of Caribbean coastal ecosystems on the Central American Isthmus, Goldschmidt Conference, Paris, 8/17.

#Van Plantinga*, and Grossman, E.L., 2017. Stable and clumped isotope sclerochronologies of mussels from the Brazos River, Texas: environmental and ecologic proxy. Clumped isotope workshop, Paris (8/17)

Wright, L., and Grossman, E., 2017. Reconstructing Ancient Maya Nursing Behavior and Children’s Diets at Tikal, Guatemala. Society of American Archaeology, Vancouver.

Henkes, G.A., Peréz-Huerta, A., Grossman, E.L., and Passey, B.H., 2016. Preservation of primary carbonate clumped isotope compositions: Insights from fossil brachiopod calcite. American Geophysical Union annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Saxena*, D., Grossman, E.L., Christopher Maupin, C., Brendon E. Roark, B.E., O’Dea, A., 2016. Effect of carbonate matrix on δ15N analysis tested for simple bulk combustion on coupled Elemental Analyzer-GC-IRMS. American Geophysical Union annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

#Grossman, E.L., Henkes*, G.A., Passey, B.H., Shenton*, B., Yancey, T.E., and Perez-Huerta, A., 2016. Evolution of Phanerozoic oceans: Isotopic evidence for Early Paleozoic warmth and constant seawater δ18O. Goldschmidt Conference, Yokohama, Japan.

Legett*, S.A., Rasbury, E.T., Grossman, E.L., Hemming, N.G., 2016 The boron identity: Using δ11B to examine Late Paleozoic seawater. Goldschmidt Conference, Yokohama, Japan.

Rachello-Dolmen, P., O’Dea, A., and Grossman, E.L., 2016. Exploring the drivers of ecological and evolutionary turnover in the Caribbean, Lyell Meeting, Palaeontological Association, London.

#Grossman, E.L., Henkes*, G.A., Passey, B.H., Shenton*, B., Yancey, T.E., and Perez-Huerta, A., 2015. The evolution of Phanerozoic seawater – Isotope paleothermometry finds consensus on Early Paleozoic warmth and constant seawater δ18O. American Geophysical Union annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.

#Grossman, E.L., Robbins, J.A, Tao, K., Rachello-Dolmen, P., Saxena, D. and O’Dea, A., 2015. Stable isotope evidence for declining freshwater input tied to Plio-Pleistocene faunal overturn in the Caribbean. Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, v. 47.

Henkes, G.A., Yancey, T.E., Grossman, E.L., Passey, B.H., and Schrag, D.P., 2015. Temperatures of Chicxulub carbonate accretionary lapilli formation from clumped isotopes. Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, v. 47.

Rachello-Dolmen, P., Grossman, E.L., O’Dea, A., and Jackson, J.B.C., 2015. Stable isotope evidence for declining freshwater input tied to Plio-Pleistocene faunal overturn in the Caribbean. Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, v. 47.

PAPERS (*student author) (all pdfs)

83. Henkes*, G.A., Passey, B.H., Grossman, E.L., Shenton*, B., Yancey, T.E., and Perez-Huerta, A., 2018. Temperature evolution and the oxygen isotope composition of Phanerozoic oceans from carbonate clumped isotope thermometry, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., v. 490, p. 40-50. (

82. Roark*, A., Flake*, R., Grossman, E.L., Olszewski, T., Lebold, J., Marcantonio, F., Thomas, D., Miller, B., Raymond, A., Yancey, T., 2017. Brachiopod geochemical records from across the Carboniferous seaways of North America: Evidence for salinity gradients, stratification, and circulation patterns. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 485, p. 136-153 (

81. Van Plantinga*, Grossman, E.L., and Roark, E.B., 2017. Chemical and isotopic tracer evaluation of water mixing and evaporation in a dammed Texas river during drought. River Research and Applications, v. 33, p. 450-460, DOI: 10.1002/rra.3080.

80. Graniero*, L.E., Grossman, E.L., Robbins, J.A., Morales, J., Thompson, R., and O’Dea, A., 2017. Conus shell δ13C values as proxies for δ13CDIC in tropical waters. Palaeogeog., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol., v. 472, p. 119-127.

79. Collins, L.S., Geary, D.H., and Grossman, E.L., 2016. Variability of modern foraminiferal stable isotope ratios in Caribbean shallow waters. Palaeogeog., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol. (accepted 9/5/16; online version:

78. Qie*, W., Wang, X., Zhang, X., Ji, W., Grossman, E.L., Huang, X., Liu, J., and Luo, G., 2016. Latest Devonian to earliest Carboniferous conodont and carbon isotope stratigraphy of a shallow-water sequence in South China. Geological Journal (

77. O’Dea, A., Lessios, H.A., Coates, A.G., Eytan, R.I., Restrepo-Moreno, S.A., Cione, A.L., Collins, L.S., de Queiroz, A., Farris, D.W., Norris, R.D., Stallard, R.F., Woodburne, M.O., Aguilera, O., Aubry, M-P., Berggren, W.A., Budd, A.F., Cozzuol, M.A., Coppard, S.E., Duque-Caro, H., Finnegan, S., Gasparini, G.M., Grossman, E.L., Johnson, K.G., Keigwin, L.D., Knowlton, N., Leigh, E.G., Leonard-Pingel, J.S., Marko, P.B., Pyenson, N.D., Rachello-Dolmen, P.G., Soibelzon, E., Soibelzon, L., Todd, J.A., Vermeij, G. J., Jackson, J.B.C., 2016. Formation of the Isthmus of Panama. Science Advances, e1600883 (published 8/17/16).

76. Graniero*, L.E., Grossman, E.L., and O’Dea, A., 2016. Stable isotopes in bivalves as indicators of nutrient source in coastal waters in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Panama. PeerJ, DOI 10.7717/peerj.227.

75. Moustafa*, M., Pope, M.C., Grossman, E.L., and Mriheel, I.Y, 2016. Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Variations on an Ancient Carbonate Platform: A Case Study from the Middle-Late Triassic Al Aziziyah Formation, Northwest Libya. Journal of African Earth Sciences, v. 118, p. 149-162.

74. Roark*, A., Grossman, E.L., and Lebold, J., 2016. Seasonality and circulation dynamics along the Appalachian margin of the Late Pennsylvanian epicontinental sea of North America: brachiopod geochemical records and their implications to models of shelf anoxia. Geol. Soc. America Bulletin, v. 128, p. 597-608. (Cover article)

73. Shenton*, B., Grossman, E.L., Passey, B.H., Henkes*, G.A., Becker, T.P., Laya, J.C., Becker, T.P., Perez-Huerta, A., and Lawson, M., 2015. Clumped isotope thermometry in deeply buried sedimentary carbonates: The effects of bond reordering and recrystallization. Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 127, p. 1036-1051.

72. Henkes*, G.A., Passey, B.H., Grossman, E.L., Shenton*, B., Perez-Huerta, A., and Yancey, T.E., 2014. Temperature limits for preservation of primary calcite clumped isotope paleotemperatures. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta , v. 139, p. 362–382.

71. Tao*, K., Robbins, J.A., Grossman, E.L., and O’Dea, A., 2013. Quantifying upwelling and freshening in nearshore tropical environments using stable isotopes in modern Tropical American mollusks. Bull. Marine Science, v. 89(4), p. 815–835 (invited).

70. Henkes*, G.A., Passey, B.H., Wanamaker, A.D, Grossman, E.L., Ambrose, W.G., and Carroll, M.L., 2013. Carbonate clumped isotope compositions of modern marine mollusk and brachiopod shells. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, v.  106 , p. 307–325.

69. Woodard*, S.C., Thomas, D.J., Grossman, E.L., Olszewski, T.D., Yancey, T.E., Raymond, A., and Miller, B.V., 2013. Radiogenic isotope composition of Carboniferous seawater from North American epicontinental seas. Palaeogeog., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol., v. 370, p. 51–63. 

68. Bianchi, T.S., Garcia-Tigreros*, F., Yvon-Lewis, S., Shields*, M., Mills, H.J., Butman, D., Osburn, C., Raymond, P., Shank, C., DiMarco, S.F., Walker, N., Reese*, B., Mullins*, R., Quigg, A., Aiken, G.R., Grossman, E.L., 2013. Enhanced transfer of terrestrially-derived carbon to the atmosphere in a flooding event Geophysical Research Letters, v. 40, p. 1–7, doi:10.1029/2012GL054145. 

67. Sosdian*, S., Lear, C., Tao*, K., Grossman, E.L., O’Dea, A., Rosenthal, Y., 2012. Cenozoic Seawater Sr/Ca evolution: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3), v. 13, Q10014, doi:10.1029/2012GC004240. 

66. Hendricks, J.K., Yancey, T.E., Flis, J.E., Flis, C.J., Grossman, E.L., 2012. Formation of barrel concretions around methane seepage pathways in Late Middle Eocene shelf sediments, Stone City Bluff, Texas. Gulf Coast Assoc. Geol. Soc., v. 62, p. 179-188.

65. Grossman, E.L., 2012. Applying Oxygen Isotope Paleothermometry in Deep Time. In L. C. Ivany and B. T. Huber (eds.), Reconstructing Earth’s Deep-Time Climate – The State of the Art in 2012. Paleontological Society Papers, v. 18. Paleontological Society, p. 39-67. Note correction on p. 52, left column, lines 20 and 22; missing negative signs): "Using Lhomme and Clarke’s (2005) estimate of -1.1‰ VSMOW for the glacial ice contribution and the average of LeGrande and Schmidt’s (2006) gridded data set (+0.01‰ VSMOW; Gavin Schmidt, pers. comm., 2012) for a global ocean δ18Ow yields -1.09‰ VSMOW for global seawater δ18O in a non-glaciated world.  For simplicity I use -1‰ VSMOW, the value used in many previous studies (e.g., Savin, 1977; Mii et al., 1999; Joachimski et al., 2004)." 

64. Strauss*, J., Grossman, E.L., DiMarco, S.F., 2012. Stable isotopes in mollusk shells as indicators of benthic respiration and freshwater penetration on the Texas-Louisiana Shelf. Bull. Marine Sci., v. 88, p. 817-842. 

63. Strauss*, J., Grossman, E.L., DiMarco, S.F., 2012. Stable isotope characterization of hypoxia-susceptible waters on the Louisiana shelf: Tracing freshwater discharge and benthic respiration. Continental Shelf Research, v. 7, p. 7–15.

62. Strauss*, J. ,Grossman, E.L., Carlin, J.A., Dellapenna, T.M., 2012. 100 years of benthic foraminiferal history on the inner Texas shelf: faunal indications and stable isotopes. Continental Shelf Research, v. 38, p. 89-97.

61. Grossman, E.L., 2012. Oxygen isotope stratigraphy. In Gradstein, F.M., Ogg, J.G., Schmitz, M., and Ogg, G., eds., The Geologic Time Scale 2012, Elsevier, p. 195-220. Appendices: | 1 (References) | 2 (Data) | 3 (Phosphate Data) | 4 (Running means)

60. DiMarco, S.F., Strauss*, J., May*, Mullins*, R.L., Grossman, E.L., 2012. Texas coastal hypoxia: Linkages to the Brazos River: Aquatic Geochemistry, v. 18, p. 159–181. 

59. Romanek, C.S., Morse, J.W., and Grossman, E.L., 2011.  Aragonite precipitation kinetics in dilute solutions: Aquatic Geochemistry, v. 17, p. 339-356. 

58. Tao*, K.., and Grossman, E.L., 2010. Origin of high productivity in the Pliocene of the Florida Platform: Evidence from stable isotopes and trace elements. Palaios, v. 25(11), p. 796-806. 

57. Ruebush*, L.E., Grossman, E.L., Miller, S.A., North, S.W., Schielack, J.F., and Simanek, E.E., 2009. Scientists’ perspective on introducing authentic inquiry to high school teachers during an intensive three-week summer professional development experience. School Science and Mathematics, v. 109 (3), p. 162-174. 

56. Grossman, E.L., Yancey, T.E., Jones*, T.E., Chuvashov, B., Mazzullo, S.J., and Mii, H-S., 2008. Glaciation, aridification, and carbon sequestration in the Permo-Carboniferous: The isotopic record for low latitudes.  Palaeogeog., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol., v. 268, p. 222-233.   pdf | Appendix 1 including Permo-Carb Database (26FEB09) |

55. Gentry*, D.K.,  Sosdian*, S., Grossman, E.L., Rosenthal, Y., Hicks, D.W., Lear, C., 2008. Seasonal isotope and trace-metal profiles of serially-sampled Conus gastropods: Proxies for paleoenvironmental change. Palaios, v., 23, p. 195–209.   

54. Mazzullo, S.J., Boardman, D.R., Grossman, E.L. , Dimmick-Wells, K., 2007. Oxygen-carbon isotope stratigraphy of Upper Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian marine deposits in Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma: implications for seawater isotopic composition, glaciation, and depositional cyclicity. Carbonates and Evaporites, v. 22, p. 55-72.

53. Horacek, M., Wang, X., Grossman E. L., Richoz, S., Cao Z., 2007. The carbon-isotope curve from the Chaohu sec­tion, China: different trends at the Induan –Olenekian Boundary or diagenesis? Albertiana, v. 35, p. 41-45.

52. Sosdian*, S., Gentry*, D.K., Lear, C., Grossman, E.L. , Hicks, D., Rosenthal, Y., 2006. Strontium to calcium ratios in the marine gastropod Conus ermineus: Growth rate effects and temperature calibration, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3 ), v. 7, Q11023, doi:10.1029/2005GC001233. 

51. Hyde, W.T., Grossman, E.L., Crowley, T.J., Pollard, D., and Scotese, C.R., 2006. Siberian glaciation as a constraint on Permo-Carboniferous CO2 levels. Geology, v. 34, p. 421-424. 

50. Beck*, W. C., Grossman, E. L., and Morse, .J. W., 2005, Experimental studies of oxygen isotope fractionation in the carbonic acid system at 15o, 25 o , and 40o C. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 69, p. 3493-3503.

49. Cervato, C. Goldstein, S.L., Grossman, E.L., Lehnert, K., and McArthur, J., 2004. Joint discussion of [sedimentary geochemistry] data management systems that cross the waterline. EOS, v. 85, no. 44, p. 450, 452 [Words in brackets appears in online and book versions only.].  

48. Kobashi*, T.,Grossman, E.L . , Dockery III, D.T., and Ivany, L.C., 2004. Water mass stability reconstructions from greenhouse (Eocene) to icehouse (Oligocene) for the northern Gulf Coast continental shelf (USA), Paleoceanography, 19, PA1022, doi:10.1029/2003PA000934. 

47. Kobashi*, T., and Grossman, E.L. , 2003. The oxygen isotopic record of seasonality in Conus shells and its application to understanding Late Middle Eocene (38 Ma) climate. Paleontological Research, v. 7, no. 4, p. 343-355. 

46. Grossman, E.L., Bruckschen, P., Mii, H-S., Chuvashov, B.I., Yancey, T.E., and Veizer, J., 2002. Carboniferous paleoclimate and global change: Isotopic evidence from the Russian Platform. In Chuvashov, B.I., and Amon, E.O., eds., Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Paleogeography in Eurasia, Institute of Geology and Geochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Urals Branch, Ekaterinburg, p. 61-71, ISBN 5-94332-014-8.

45. Grossman E.L. , Cifuentes, L.A., and Cozzarelli, I.M., 2002. Anaerobic methane oxidation in a landfill-leachate plume. Environmental Sci. Technol., v. 36, p. 2436-2442. 

44. Grossman, E.L., 2002. Stable carbon isotopes as indicators of microbial activity in aquifers, in Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 2nd ed., C.J. Hurst et al. (eds.), American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC, p. 728-742 (invited).

43. Kobashi*, T., Grossman, E.L., Yancey, T.E., and Dockery, D.T. III, 2001. Reevaluation of conflicting Eocene tropical temperature estimates: Molluskan oxygen-isotope evidence for warm low-latitudes. Geology , v. 29, p. 983-986. 

42. Routh*, J., Grossman, E.L. , Murphy, E.M., and Benner, R., 2001. Characterization and origin of  dissolved organic carbon in Yegua groundwaters (Brazos County, Texas): Ground Water, v. 39 (5), p. 760-767.  pdf

41. Mii*, H., Grossman, E.L. , Yancey, T.E., Chuvashov, B., Egorov A., 2001. Isotope records of brachiopod shells from the Russian Platform—evidence for the onset of mid-Carboniferous glaciation. Chemical Geology, v. 175, p. 133-147 (invited; Special IGCP Project #386 issue) . DiGPaST (photographs of thin-sections in plain light and cathodoluminescence)  

40. Grossman, E.L. , and Desrocher*, S., 2001. Microbial sulfur cycling in terrestrial subsurface environments.  In Fredrickson, J.K., and Fletcher, M., Subsurface Microbiology and Biogeochemistry, New York, John Wiley and Sons,  p. 219-248 (Invited). 

39. Routh*. J., Grossman, E.L. , Ulrich*, G.A., and Suflita, J., 2001. Volatile organic acids in the Yegua formation, east-central Texas: Applied Geochemistry, v. 16, p. 183-195.

38. Mii*, H-S., Grossman, E.L. , and Yancey, T.E.,  1999. Carboniferous isotope stratigraphies of North America: Implications for Carboniferous paleoceanography and Mississippian glaciation : Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 111, p. 960-973.  DiGPaST (photographs of thin-sections in plain light and cathodoluminescence)

37. Routh*, J., McDonald, T.J., Grossman, E.L. , 1999. Sedimentary organic matter sources and depositional environment in Yegua Formation (Brazos County, Texas): Organic Geochemistry, v. 30, p. 1437-1453.  

36. Grossman, E.L. , 1999. Oxygen isotopes, in Marshall, C.P., and Fairbridge, R.W., eds., The Encyclopedia of Geochemistry, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Lancaster, p. 469-474. 

35. Ulrich*, G., Martino*, D., Burger*, K., Grossman, E. , Ammerman, J., and Suflita, J., 1998. S-cycling in the terrestrial subsurface: Commensal interactions, spatial scales, and microbial heterogenity: Microbial Ecology, v. 36, p. 141-151.  

34. Jolley*, D.M., Grossman, E.L. , and Tilford, N.R., 1998. Dating calcic soils under marginal climatic or lithologic conditions using a soil developmental index: An example from the Stockton Plateau, Terrell County, Texas. Environ. Engineering Geosci., v. 4, p. 209-223.   pdf

33. Martino*, D.P., Grossman, E.L. , Ulrich*, G.A., Burger*, K.C., Schlichenmeyer*, J.L., Suflita, J.M., and Ammerman, J.W., 1998. Microbial abundance and activity in a low conductivity aquifer system in east-central Texas : Microbial Ecology, v. 35, p. 224-234. Figure 3

32. Zhang*, C., Grossman, E. L ., and Ammerman, J. W., 1998. Factors influencing methane distribution in Texas aquifers. Ground Water,  v. 36, no. 1, p. 58-66. pdf | Well information from Zhang (1994, Ph.D. dissertation)

31. Lee*, Y-J., Wiltschko, D.V., Grossman, E.L., Morse, J.W., and Lamb, W.M., 1997. Opening and precipitation history of calcite veins in the Austin Chalk Formation, Texas: J. Geophys. Res., v. 102, No. B10, p. 22,611-22,624.  

30. Mii*, H-S., Grossman, E.L ., and Yancey, T.E., 1997. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope shifts in Permian seas of West Spitsbergen-global change or diagenetic artifact? Geology, v. 25, p. 227-230. 

29. Grossman, E.L. , 1997. Stable carbon isotopes as indicators of microbial activity in aquifers, C.J. Hurst et al. (eds.), American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC, p. 565-575. Figure 2 | pdf

28. Grossman, E.L. , Mii*, H., Zhang*, C., and Yancey, T.E., 1996. Chemical variation in Pennsylvanian brachiopod shells-Diagenetic, taxonomic, microstructural, and seasonal effects . Jour. Sed. Research, v. 66, p. 1011-1022.  

27. Mii*, H-S., Yancey, T.E., and Grossman, E.L., 1996. Stable isotope variations in Late Pennsylvanian brachiopods from north New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 47th Field Conference, p. 189-197.

26. Grossman, E.L. , Zhang*, C., Ammerman, J.W., and MacRae*, M., 1995. Methane and methanotrophy in Texas aquifers, in Proceedings of the 24th Water for Texas Conference, R. Jensen, ed., Texas Water Resources Institute, College Station, p. 453-456.

25. Mii*, H., and Grossman, E.L ., 1994. Late Pennsylvanian seasonality reflected in the 18 O and elemental composition of a brachiopod shell : Geology, v. 22, p. 661-664.  Figure 2

24. Grossman, E.L., 1994. The carbon and oxygen isotopic record during the evolution of Pangea: Carboniferous to Triassic. Special Paper 288, Pangea: Paleoclimate, Tectonics, and Sedimentation during Accretion, Zenith, and Breakup of a supercontinent, G.D. Klein, ed., Geological Society of America , p. 207-228.

23. Grossman, E.L., 1994. Book review: Ground-water Microbiology and Geochemistry, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, v. 58, p. 5364. 

22. Grossman, E.L., Mii*, H-S., and Yancey, T.E., 1993. Stable isotopes in late Pennsylvanian brachiopods from the United States: Implications for Carboniferous paleoceanography: Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 105, p. 1284-1296. DiGPaST (photographs of thin-sections in plain light and cathodoluminescence)

21. Grossman, E.L., 1993. Comment on MacLeod and Hoppe (1992): "Evidence that inoceramid bivalves were benthic and harbored chemosynthetic symbionts", Geology, v. 21, p. 94-95. 

20. Alcalá-Herrera*, J.A., Grossman, E.L., and Gartner, S., 1992. Nannofossil diversity and equitability and fine-fraction d13C across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary at Walvis Ridge Leg 74, South Atlantic: Mar. Micropaleontol., v. 20, p. 77-88.

19. Romanek*, C.S., Grossman, E.L ., and Morse, J.W., 1992. Carbon isotope fractionation in synthetic aragonite and calcite: effects of temperature and precipitation rate: Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, v. 56, p. 419-430.  

18. Grossman, E.L., 1992. Isotope studies of Paleozoic paleoceanography-opportunities and pitfalls: Palaios (invited "Online" contribution), v. 7, p. 241-243. 

17. Grossman, E.L., Zhang*, C., and Yancey, T.E., 1991. Stable isotope stratigraphy from brachiopods in Pennsylvanian (Upper Carboniferous) shales of Texas: Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 103, p. 953-965.  DiGPaST (photographs of thin-sections in plain light and cathodoluminescence)

16. Hays*, P.D., and Grossman, E.L., 1991. Oxygen isotopes in meteoric calcite cements as indicators of continental climate: Geology, v. 19, p. 441-444.  

15. Romanek*, C.S., and Grossman, E.L., 1989. Stable isotope profiles of Tridacna maxima as environmental indicators: Palaios, v. 4, p. 402-413. 

14. Grossman, E.L ., Coffman*, B.K., Fritz, S.J., and Wada, H., 1989. Bacterial production of methane and its influence on groundwater chemistry in east-central Texas aquifers: Geology, v. 17, p. 495-499. pdf | Cross-listing of wells to TWDB well numbers.

13. Yancey, T.E., Grossman, E.L ., Adlis*, D.S., and McLerran*, R.D., 1989. Isotope stratigraphy and paleodepth changes of Pennsylvanian shales in north-central Texas, in Middle and Late Pennsylvanian Chronostratigraphic Boundaries in North-Central Texas: Glacial-eustatic Events, Biostratigraphy, and Paleoecology, Guidebook with Contributed Papers, Part II, Geol. Soc. America, South-central Section, p. 305-316.

12. Adlis*, D.S., Grossman, E.L ., Yancey, T.E., and McLerran*, R.D., 1988. Isotope stratigraphy and paleodepth changes of Pennsylvanian cyclical sedimentary deposits: Palaios, v. 3, no. 6, p. 487-506. 

11. Newton, M.S., and Grossman, E.L., 1988. Late Quaternary chronology of tufa deposits, Walker Lake, Nevada: Jour. Geology, v. 96, p. 417-433.  

10. Fritz, S.J., Hinz*, D.W., and Grossman, E.L., 1987. Hyperfiltration-induced fractionation of carbon isotopes: Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., v. 51, p. 1121-1134.

9. Grossman, E.L., 1987. Stable isotopes in modern benthic foraminifera: A study of vital effect: Jour. Foram. Res., v. 16, p. 48-61. Figure 1 

8. Gennett*, J.A., and Grossman, E.L., 1986. Oxygen and carbon isotope trends in a late Glacial-Holocene pollen site in Wyoming, U.S.A.: Geographie Physique et Quaternaire, v. 40, p. 161-169. 

7. Grossman, E.L., and Ku, T-L., 1986. Oxygen and carbon isotope fractionation in biogenic aragonite: Temperature effects: Chem. Geol. (Isot. Geosci. Sect.), v. 59, p. 59-74.

6. Grossman, E.L., Hahn*, R.W., and Fritz, S.J., 1986. Origin of gaseous hydrocarbons in the Sparta Aquifer in Brazos and Burleson Counties, Texas: Trans. Gulf Coast Assoc. Geol. Soc., v. 36, p. 457-470. Cross-listing of wells to TWDB well numbers.

5. Grossman, E.L., Betzer, P.R., Dudley, W.C., and Dunbar, R.B., 1986. Stable isotopic variation in pteropods and atlantids from North Pacific sediment traps. Mar. Micropaleontol., v. 10, p. 9-22. Table 2 |

4. Grossman, E.L., Adlis*, D.A., and Yancey, T.E., 1985. Stable isotopes as paleoenvironmental indicators in shales of Late Pennsylvanian cyclic sedimentary deposits, i n Recent Interpretations of Late Paleozoic Cyclothems, Proceedings of Third Annual Meeting and Field Conference, Mid-Continent Section, SEPM, p. 269-270.

3. Grossman, E.L., 1984. Stable isotope fractionation in live benthic foraminifera from the Southern California Borderland: Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol., v. 47, p. 301-327. 

2. Grossman, E.L., 1984. Carbon isotopic fractionation in live benthic foraminifera: Comparison with inorganic precipitate studies: Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, v. 48, p. 1505-1512. 

1. Grossman, E. L. , 1982. Stable Isotopes in Live Benthic Foraminifera from the Southern California Borderland. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 164 p. Table 3