Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 2011, Coral reef accretion and coral community succession patterns in Late Pleistocene coral reefs exposed on Curaçao. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 43.

Erickson, E. A., and Greenstein, B. J., 2011, Using epibiont successional patterns to determine the mode of accumulation of Late Pleistocene fossil reefs. Geological Society of America North-Central, Northeastern combined regional meeting, Abstracts with Programs v. 43. ABSTRACT

Korpanty, C. A., and Greenstein, B. J., 2011, Efficacy of the Curacao Marine Park: A Pleistocene perspective. Geological Society of America North-Central, Northeastern combined regional meeting, Abstracts with Programs v. 43 ABSTRACT

Feser, K. M., and Greenstein, B. J., 2010, Mitigating the effects of the shifting baseline syndrome by utilizing the benthic molluscan death assemblage. Geological Society of America, North-Central Section and South-Central Section Joing Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 42. ABSTRACT

Greenstein, B. J., 2008, The Devil's Point Event from beyond San Salvador. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 40 (6): 419 ABSTRACT

http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2010NC/finalprogram/abstract_171530.htm and Pandolfi, J. M., 2008, Escaping the heat: Range shifts of reef coral taxa in coastal Western Australi., 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, 11: 11, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida USA. ABSTRACT

Pandolfi, J. M. and Greenstein, B. J., 2007, Escaping the heat: Range shifts of reef coral taxa in coastal Western Australia. Australian Coral Reef Society Annual Meeting, Freemantle, WA, 9-11 October 2007 .

Rhodes, K. J. S. and Greenstein, B. J., 2007, Onshore/Offshore trends in preservation of the Cidaroid Subfamily Cidarinae, Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 39(3): 14. ABSTRACT

Greenstein , B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 2006, Predictions of the response of reef coral communities to climate change: Evidence from the Pleistocene fossil record, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 38(7): 536. ABSTRACT

Andresen, M. M., and Greenstein, B. J., 2006, Taphonomic comparison of modern and Pleistocene coral assemblages: The Houtman-Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Progragms v. 38(4). ABSTRACT

Waite, D. E., and Greenstein, B. J., 2005, Carbonate sediments of Western Australia: An introductory investigation. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 37(5): 16. ABSTRACT

Clayton, M. M. and Greenstein, B. J., 2005, Response of Pleistocene epibiont communities to terrigenous sedimentation on the Western Australian coast. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 37(5): 33. ABSTRACT

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M. 2004, A comparison of gradients in reef coral community composition between Late Pleistocene and modern coral reefs of Western Australia, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 36(5). ABSTRACT

Leonard, J. S., Greer, L and Greenstein, B. J. 2003, Climate indicators detected in annual growth bands of Pleistocene Montastraea collected from Belize, C.A. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 35(2): 18. ABSTRACT

Curran H. A., Peckol. P., Greenstein, B. J. , Ristau, S., DeYoung, S., 2002, Modern shallow-water coral reefs in transition: Examples from the Bahamas and Belize, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 34(6): 167. ABSTRACT

Meyer, D. L., Greenstein, B. J. , Bries, J. M., 2002, Preservation of in situ reef famework in regions of low hurricane frequency: Pleistocene of Curaçao and Bonaire, southern Caribbean, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 34(6): 167. ABSTRACT

Curran, H. A., Peckol, P., Greenstein, B. J. , Ristau, S., and DeYoung, S., 2002, Shallow water coral reefs in transition: Examples from the Bahamas and Belize. 11th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and other Carbonate Regions, San Salvador Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs.

Bishop, D. C. and Greenstein, B. J. , 2002, A Pleistocene perspective on the effectiveness of the Hol Chan Marine Preserve, Belize, C. A.   Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 34(2): A7. ABSTRACT

Leonard, J. S., Cauley, M. and Greenstein, B. J. , and Tepper, C., 2002, Morphometry and genetics of Millepora collected at San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 34(2): A87. ABSTRACT

Bishop, D. and Greenstein, B. J. , 2001, The effects of Hurricane Floyd on the fidelity of coral life and death assemblages in San Salvador, Bahamas: Does a hurricane leave a signature in the fossil record? Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting Abstracts with Programs v. 33(4):A51. ABSTRACT

Gamble, V.C. and Greenstein, B. J. , Carpenter, S. J., and Gonzalez, L. A., 2001, Using carbon and oxygen isotopic values from Acroporiid corals to interpret temperature fluctuations around an uncomformable surface on San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Geological Society of America, North-central regional meeting, Abstracts with Programs v. 33(4): A52. ABSTRACT

Greenstein, B. J. , Pandolfi, J. M., 2000, Taphonomy of reef building corals at intra- and inter-provincial scales: Implications for palaeoecological studies. 9 th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali, Indonesia, Abstracts, p. 49.

Peckol, P., Curran, H. A., Robbart, M., Greenstein, B. J. , 2000, Resilience and recovery from large-scale disturbances: Contrasting patterns for San Salvador, Bahamas and Belize. 10th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and other Carbonate Regions, San Salvador, Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs p. 20-21.

Rothfus, T. A., Greenstein, B. J. 2000, Taphonomic evidence for Late Pleistocene transitions in coral reef community composition, San Salvador, Bahamas. 10th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and other Carbonate Regions, San Salvador, Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs p. 23.

Gamble, V. C., Greenstein, B. J. , 2000, Fidelity of coral life and death assemblages on Belizean reefs in the wake of Hurricane Mitch. 10th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and other Carbonate Regions, San Salvador, Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs p. 14.

Levingston, J., Greenstein, B. J. , 2000, Taphonomic analysis of Devonian corals of the Little Cedar Formation.   North-central Section of the Geological Society of America regional meeting, Abstracts with programs, v. 32.

Savarese, M. , Wilkening, J. E.., Greenstein, B. J. , Fuller, E. R., 2000, Multi-disciplinary approach to the management and restoration of estuarine health.   Part I: Ecology and Paloecology. Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America regional meeting, Abstracts with Programs v. 32

Greenstein, B. J. , 1999, Taphonomy of reef building corals II: Shallow and deep reef environments of the tropical western Atlantic, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 31 (7): A420.

Peckol, P., Curran, H. A., and Greenstein, B. J. , 1999, Use of the AGRRA-RAP protocol for coral reef assessment: San Salvador Island, Bahamas and South-Central Belize. International Conference on Scientific Aspects of Coral Reef Assessment, Monitoring, and Restoration. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. P. 152.

Bries, J. M., and Greenstein, B. J. , 1999, Taphonomy of modern corals: implications for the fossil record. North-central Section of the Geological Society of America regional meeting, Abstracts with Programs v. 31 (5): A5.

Rothfus, T. A., and Greenstein, B. J. , 1999, Taphonomic evidence for prior transitions in coral reef community composition, San Salvador, Bahamas. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 31(5): A5.

Greenstein, B. J. and Curran, H. A., 1999, Late Quaternary modes of stasis and change in Caribbean-Western Atlantic Coral Reefs. Cenozoic Paleobiology: The last 65 million years of biotic stasis and change.   Symposium at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Abstracts and program, p. 17.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1997, Adequacy of the Pleistocene fossil record of coral reefs: Comparisons of life, death and fossil assemblages in the Florida Keys and Bahamas, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs v. 29 (6): A266.

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 1996, The effect of growth form and environment on the preservation potential of reef corals. Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium. Panama City, Panama.   Abstracts with Programs, p. G 77.

Greenstein, B. J. , Curran, H. A., and Pandolfi, J. M. 1996, The adequacy of the Caribbean Pleistocene coral reef fossil record to preserve reef community structure: An analysis of life, death and fossil assemblages from the Bahamas and Florida Keys. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts with Papers.   Paleontological Society Special Publication No. 8, p. A153.

Greenstein, B. J. , and Curran, H. A., 1996, How much ecological information exists for fossil coral reefs and how reliable is it?   Eight International Coral Reef Symposium.   Panama City, Panama.   Abstracts with Programs, p. G 77.

Harris, L., Greenstein, B. J. , and Curran, H. A, 1996, Fernandez Bay, San Salvador, Bahamas:   A natural laboratory for assessment of the preservation of coral reef community structure.   Eighth Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas.   Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador, Bahamas.

Pandolfi, J. M. and Greenstein, B. J ., 1995, Comparative taphonomy of Indo-Pacific and Caribbean reef corals, VII International Symposium of Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera, Madrid, Spain.

Gardiner, E.   S., Greenstein, B. J. , and Pandolfi, J. M., 1995, Taphonomic analysis of Florida reef corals:   The effect of habitat on preservation.   Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.

Timmons, S. M., and Greenstein, B. J. , 1995, Relationship between taphonomic style and depositional environment for Mesozoic cidarid echinoids.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs.

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, 1994, Between habitat variability in the fidelity of coral reef death assemblages to their live counterparts:   Implications for paleoecological studies of Pleistocene reefs.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs v.26(7).

Curran, H. A. and Greenstein, B. J. , 1994,   Removing the black box:   Introducing data collecting and analysis methods in an undergraduate invertebrate paleontology course.   Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.26(7).

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 1993, Taphonomic biasing of populations of crown-of-thorns starfish:   Implications for recognizing past outbreaks in the reefsedimentary record.   Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 25(6):459-460.

Fraser, N. and Greenstein, B. J. , 1993, Taphofacies analysis of modern molluscan facies: Bonefish Bay & Snow Bay, San Salvador, Bahamas.   Geological Society of America, Northeast Regional Meeting.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1992 The effect of life habit on the preservation potential of echinoids. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 24(7), p. 344.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1992, The effect of life habit on the preservation potential of echinoids. 6th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs. Bahamian Field Station.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1992, A temporal gradient of taphonomic overprint and the diversity history of the Family Cidaridae (Echinodermata: Echinoidea). Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 24(1).

Greenstein, B. J. , 1991, Taphonomic bias and the evolutionary history of the Family Cidaridae:   A comparative approach. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 23(3).

Greenstein, B. J. , 1991, Long-term exposure of echinoid carcasses adjacent to San Salvador:   Influences on skeletal durability and preservation potential.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 23(1).

Greenstein, B. J. , 1991, The usefulness of taphonomic information in assessing large-scale evolutionary trends:   A case study with sea urchins.   12th Five College Geology Symposium, Abstracts with Programs: p. 3.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1990, Predictability of taphonomic bias and the echinoid fossil record.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 22(7): p. A82.

Miller, A. I., Llewellyn, G., Parsons, K. M., Cummins, H., Greenstein, B. J. ,Boardman, M. R., Slone, M. R. and D. Jacobs, 1990, The effect of Hurricane Hugo on molluscan skeletal distributions, Salt River Bay, St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 22(7): p. A330.

Greenstein, B. J. and D. L. Meyer, 1990, Recent echinoid taphonomy:   Implications for the echinoid fossil record.   7th International Echinoderm Meeting, Atami, Japan, Abstracts with Programs.

Meyer, D. L., Greenstein, B. J. and G. Llewellyn, 1990, Population stability of crinoids at Snapshot Reef, San Salvador, Bahamas.   5th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1989, The effect of taphonomic bias on the fossil record of echinoids.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 21(6): p. A70.

Greenstein, B. J. , 1989, Taphonomic biasing of subfossil echinoid populations adjacent to St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands.   12th Caribbean Geological Conference, Abstracts: p. 68.

Greenstein, B. J. and D. L. Meyer, 1988, Mass mortality of Diadema antillarum adjacent to Andros Island, Bahamas.   4th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, Abstracts with Programs: p. 21.

Greenstein, B. J. and D. L. Meyer, 1986, Catastrophic mortality of the West-Indian echinoid Diadema antillarum :   A natural experiment in taphonomy.   International Society for Coral Reef Studies, Marburg, West Germany, Abstracts with Programs.

Greenstein, B. J. and D. L. Meyer, 1985, Mass mortality of the West-Indian echinoid Diadema antillarum :   A natural experiment in taphonomy.   Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 17(7): p.

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