Curator/Professor of the Graduate School
Jere Lipps works on both modern and fossil marine organisms, protists in particular. His research in marine geology, marine biology, and paleontology takes him from the tropical to the Antarctic seas as well as fossil deposits in the Galapagos Islands, Russia, China, Western North America, Mexico, New Zealand, and elsewhere.
"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!"
- Lipps, J.H., A. Vartak, T. Van Eijden, C. Rajshekhar, S. Vaddadi, and R. Vartak. 2021. Paleontological postage stamps in art and education. In Clary, R.M., G.D. Rosenberg, and D.C. Evans, eds., The Evolution of Paleontological Art: Geological Society of America Memoir 218. Read it
- Lipps, J.H. 2021. Foraminiferal art through the ages. In Clary, R.M., G.D. Rosenberg, and D.C. Evans, eds., The Evolution of Paleontological Art: Geological Society of America Memoir 218, p. 1-12. Read it
- Vénec-Peyré, M-T., A. Bartolini, M. Weber, and J.H. Lipps. 2020. Morphological deformation of foraminiferal tests caused by intertidal oil spills (Black Tides). In Guex, J., et al. (eds.), Morphogenesis, Environmental Stress and Reverse Evolution. Dordrecht, Springer Science+Business Media. p. 175-196.
- Richardson, S.L., and J.H. Lipps. 2020. Foraminifera C. E. Eichwald. In de Queiroz, K., P.D. Cantino, J.A. Gauthier (editors), Phylonyms: A Companion to the PhyloCode. CRC Press. p. 67-83 Read it
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