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Adjunct Faculty

Barry KohlBarry Kohl
Adjunct Professor

Phone: 504-862-3189
Fax: 504-865-5199
Email: bkohl40@cs.com

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Room 212 Blessey Hall
New Orleans, LA 70118

Education

Ph.D., Tulane University, 1980
M.A., University of Missouri, 1969
B.S., Purdue University, 1964

Research Interests

Tertiary Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy
Applied Micropaleontology
Global Sea Level change
Holocene/Pleistocene shelf-slope instabilities

Publications

Kohl, B., Fillon, R.H., and Roberts, H.H., 2004. Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy and Paleoenvironments of the Pleistocene Lagniappe delta and related Section, northeastern Gulf of Mexico. In J.B. Anderson and R. Fillon (eds.), Late Quaternary Stratigraphic Evolution of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin, SEPM Special Publication 79: 189-216.

Fillon, R.H., Kohl, B., and Roberts, H.H., 2004. Late Quaternary deposition and paleobathymetry at the shelf-slope transition, ancestral Mobile River delta complex, northeastern Gulf of Mexico. In J.B. Anderson and R. Fillon (eds.), Late Quaternary Stratigraphic Evolution of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin, SEPM Special Publication 79: 111-141.

Roberts, H.H., Fillon, R.H., Kohl, B., Robalin, J., and Sydow, J., 2004. Depositional architecture of the Lagniappe Delta: Sediment characteristics, timing of depositional events, and temporal relationship with adjacent shelf-edge deltas. In J.B. Anderson and R. Fillon (eds.), Late Quaternary Stratigraphic Evolution of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin, SEPM Special Publication 79: 143-188.

Kohl, B., Fillon, R.H., and Roberts, H.H., 2003. Biostratigraphy of a Pleistocene Shelf-Edge Delta System, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: Recognition of Delta Subenvironments. In H. H. Roberts, N.C. Rosen, R.H. Fillon, J.B. Anderson (eds), Shelf Margin Deltas and Linked down slope Petroleum System: Global Significance and Future Exploration Potential. 23rd Annual Gulf Coast Section SEPM Foundation, Bob F. Perkins Research Conference, Houston TX, Dec. 2003, on CD: 785-816.

Kohl, B., and Robinson, E., 1998. Foraminifera and Biostratigraphy of the Bowden Shell Bed, Jamaica, WI. In, Pliocene Bowden Shell Bed, Southeast Jamaica: Contributions to Tertiary and Quaternary Geology, 35, n. 1-4: 29-46.

Kohl, B., and Roberts, H.H., 1994. Fossil Foraminifera from Four Active Mud Volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico: In, Geology and biology of modern and ancient submarine hydrocarbon seeps and vents, P. Aharon (ed.): Geo-Marine Letters, 14, n. 2-3: 126-134.

Kohl, B., and Vokes, H.E., 1994. On the Living Habits of Acesta bullisi (Vokes) in Chemo-synthetic Bottom Communities, Gulf of Mexico: Nautilus, 108: 9-14.

Bouma, A. H., Coleman, J.M., Stelting, C.E., and Kohl, B., 1989. Influence of Relative Sea Level Changes on the Construction of the Mississippi Fan: Geo-Marine Letters, 9: 161-170.

Pickering, K., Coleman, J., Cremer, M., Droz, L., Normark, W., Kohl, B., O' Connell, S., Stow, D., and Meyer, A., 1986. A high sinuosity, laterally migrating submarine fan channel-levee-overbank: results from DSDP Leg 96 on the Mississipi Fan, Gulf of Mexico: Marine and Petroleum Geology, 3: 3-18.

Kohl, B., 1986, Late Quaternary planktonic foraminifers from the Pigmy Basin, Gulf of Mexico, Site 619, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 96, In Bouma, A., Coleman, J.M., and Meyer, A.W., et al., Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 96, Washington (U.S. Government Printing Office): 657-670.

Kohl, B., 1985. Early Pliocene Benthic Foraminifers from the Salina Basin, southeastern Mexico: Bulletins of American Paleontology, 88, n. 322: 1-176.

Kohl, B. and Leg 96 Scientific Party, 1985. Biostratigraphy and Sedimentation Rates of the Mississippi Fan. In, Bouma, A.H., Normark, W.R., and Barnes, N.E. (eds.): Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Systems: Springer-Verlag: 267-273.

Courses Taught

EENS 1110 – Physical Geology
EENS 2020 – Environmental Geology
EENS 4030 – Environmental Concerns
EENS 6100 – Micropaleontology

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