His research and teaching: Jere Lipps works on both modern and fossil marine organisms, protists in particular. He teaches courses in paleontology, oceanography, and science communication, and co-teaches a field course on the biology and geology of tropical islands.
On science: "So many things we do daily could be re-expressed as science, for science is a method of exploring our surroundings and a model for intelligent living, not technological gadgets, mundane facts, or highfalutin ideas. Everyone already does science, they just don't recognize it. The scientific process is a delight. It's fun and it's glorious!"
- Avila, S.P., M. Cachao, R.S. Ramalho, A.Z. Botelho, P. Madeira, A.C. Rebelo, R. Cordeiro, C. Melo, A. Hipolito, M.A. Ventura, and J.H. Lipps. 2015. The palaeontological heritage of Santa Maria Island (Azores: NE Atlantic): a revaluation of the geosites in GeoPark Azores and its use in geotourism. Geoheritage, DOI 10.1007/s12371-015-0148-x
- Fajenila, O., M.R. Langer, and J.H. Lipps. 2015. Spatial Patterns in the Distribution, Diversity and Abundance of Benthic Foraminifera around Moorea (Society Archipelago, French Polynesia). PlosOne. 28 Dec 2015 PLOS ONE 10.1371/journal.pone.0145752
- Bassi, D., J.D. Braga, J. Aguirre, Y. Iryu, H. Takayanagi, and J.H. Lipps. 2015. Ichnofacies in present-day macroid and rhodolith beds: controls and attributes for palaeoecological inferences. 31st IAS Meeting of Sedimentology. Read it
- Dunthorn, M., J.H. Lipps, and 60 other co-authors. 2015. Ciliates - protists with complex morphologies and ambiguous early fossil records. Marine Micropaleontology, 119:1 - 6. doi: 10.1016/j.marmicro.2015.05.004
- Koerper, H.C. and J.H. Lipps. 2015. Additional evidence of marine mammal middle ear bones as special objects. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 51(2):59-65.
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