Publications


 

Books
Nelson, W. W., and D. Preston. 2006.  Ribbons of Time: The Dalquest Research Site.  Midwestern State University Press: Wichita Falls, TX. 


Journal Articles
Broussard, Greg H. and Norman V. Horner.  2006.  Cursorial spiders (Araneae) in the Chihuahuan Desert of West
Texas.  Entomological News 117(3): 249-260. 

Middleton, Stephanie M, Greg H. Broussard, Michael H. Shipley, and Roy C. Vogtsberger.  2007.  Inventory of Three Beetle Species Assemblages (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Scarabaeoidea, Tenebrionoidea) from the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas.  Texas Journal of Science, 59 (1):39-50.

 Platnick, Norman I., and Norman Horner. 2007.  A new species of Drassyllus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from West Texas.  The Journal of Arachnology 35: 197-198.

Williams, B. A. and E. C. Kirk. 2008.  New Uintan primates from Texas and their implications for North American patterns of species richness during the Eocene.   Journal of Human Evolution. 55:927-941.

Stangl, F. B. Jr., W.B. Cook, N.V. Horner and G.H. Broussard. 2007. Status of the Feral Burro (Equus asinus) in Trans-Pecos Texas.  Texas Journal of Science, 59(1):3-10. 


 
Theses Completed
Hamilton, Donna Elizabeth.  2000.  A Limnological Comparison of Two Freshwater Springs in the Chihuahuan Desert.  Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University.

Broussard, Greg Harris.  2002.  A Pitfall Trap Survey of Cursorial Spiders (Araneae) from Two Microhabitats in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas.  Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University.
 
Middleton, Stephanie M.  2003.  An Ecological Assessment of Three Families of Coleoptera from the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas.  Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University. 

Sink, Rebecca Lynn.  2003.  Prokaryotic Microbial Community Profiling of a Chihuahuan Desert Spring Using Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis.  Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University.

Killion, Karen.  2005.  A Floral Survey at Base Camp of a Chihuahuan Desert Research Site in Brewster County, Texas.  Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University. 

Weger, Juli. 2010.  A survey of the Aquatic Insects of Alamo Spring in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas. Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University. 

 
Theses in Progress
Holbert, David. (In Progress). A Survey of the Avifauna of the Dalquest Research Site in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas. Master’s thesis: Midwestern State University. 

Mahabir, Sanjeev. (In Progress).  Aquatic Insect Taxa Among Some Intermittent and Permanent Streams in the Chihuahuan Desert.  Master’s thesis:  Midwestern State University. 

Abstracts

Friscia, T., & Kirk, E. C.  2008.  New Middle Eocene (Uintan) carnivorous mammals from the Devil’s Graveyard Formation of Trans-Pecos Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28: 81A. 

Kirk, E. C.,  & Williams, B. A. 2009.  Phylogenetic relationships of late Uintan primates from the Devil’s Graveyard Formation, Texas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. S48: 165-166. 

Kirk, E. C.,  & Williams, B. A. 2008.  First Uintan specimens of Mahgarita (Primates, Adapiformes) from the Devil’s Graveyard Formation, Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28: 100A.

Kirk, E. C., & Williams, B. A.  2007.  New specimens of Mytonius (Primates, Omomyoidea) from the Devil’s Graveyard Formation, Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27: 99A. 

Williams, B. A., & Kirk, E. C. 2006.  New Uintan primates from Texas and their implication for North American patterns of diversity in the Eocene. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 139A