Ph.D. Geology (Paleobiology), Florida State University, 2003
M.S. Geology (Paleobiology), University of Cincinnati, 2000
M.A. History (History of Science, Minor Zoology), University of Florida, 1994
B.S. Geology (Minor Zoology), University of Florida, 1989
Publications, Research, & Editing
Wood, T.C., Wise, K. P., Sanders, R., Doran, N.A. 2003. A Refined Baramin Concept. Occasional Papers of the BSG 3:1-14.
Doran, N. A., Arnold, A. J., Parker, W. C., Huffer, F. L. 2004. Deviation from Red Queen Behavior at Stratigraphic Boundaries: Evidence for Directional Recovery. In: Beaudoin, A.B.. & Head, M. J. The Palynology and Micropalaeontology of Boundaries. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 230, 35-46
Doran, N. A., Arnold, A. J., Parker, W. C., Huffer, F. W. 2006. Is extinction age-dependent? Palaios, v. 21:571-579
Copeland, R., Doran, N.A., White, A., Upchurch, S. 2009. Regional and statewide trends in Florida’s spring and well groundwater quality (1991-2003), Florida Geological Society Bulletin No. 69.
Doran, N.A. Capturing Cladogenesis: The Global Orbulina universa Transition [in prep]
Doran, N.A. Latitudinal Restriction in the Origin of a Species [in prep]
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