Please check both listings for the completeness of both the faculty and student contributions for completeness (note the lists go back to January, 2012). As we have no EAS staff to maintain these these lists, we rely on individuals to keep their own contributions up to date.Note that we only want to list papers on these lists that are published or in press in peer-reviewed journals with an assigned DOI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_object_identifier
- These lists exclude abstracts, extended abstracts, and conference proceedings that lack a DOI.
- We only list papers where one author has listed the UHDept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences as their present affiliation - or “now at EAS” affiliation following a previous, non-EAS affiliation. If there is no link printed showing the EAS affiliation, then we would not include it on the contribution lists.
- If you recall these lists from before you recall there was a search function. This has been removed along with its accompanying database script to simplify the listing of the papers.
How to update contributions list with a new contribution that fits the above criteria:
- Go to EAS office support ticket at Resources - Business Operations Resources - EAS Operations Support Ticket System - http://support.geosc.uh.edu/rts/
- Submit a ticket - select “website related work"
- Fill out name etc and type out reference exactly as it should appear. Add correct symbols for identifying EAS faculty author*, EAS grad student author**, EAS undergrad student author***, or EAS postdoc+ author. Non-EAS authors or coauthors would not have a symbol.
- Please use the correct format for the reference so no further editing of your submission is needed.
- The correct order of the reference elements include: authors with correct EAS symbols, year, title, journal, volume number if provided, page numbers if provided, DOI:
Example of a correct format - or check other entries on the lists:
de los Santos***, M., Lawton, T., Copeland*, P., Licht, A., and Hall*, S., 2016, Magnetostratigraphy, age and depositional environment of the Lobo Formation, southwest New Mexico: Implications for the Laramide orogeny in the southern Rocky Mountains, Basin Research, doi:10.1111/bre.12226
For requests always use the EAS ticket system and avoid sending personal email requests to either Jay Krishnan (EAS webmaster) or (EAS web coordinator). The EAS ticket system creates a log of web-related requests that is easier to maintain and track than personal email messages.