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Park Boush, L.E. and Motz, G.J. 2014. STEPPE—Earth Life Transitions: the "estuary effect" and the origin of lake faunas: the synergy between global tectonics, climate change, and biodiversity through time. In: Tenth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts, Paleontological Society Special Publication 13:129.
Thomka, J.R. and Motz, G.J. 2014. First report of Silurian crinoid columnals with tetralobate and hexalobate lumen structures. GFF 136: 266-269.
Motz, G.J. 2013. Geometric morphometric analyses of shell shape contributions to prey selectivity: predation in the naticid gastropod and venerid bivalve system of biotic interactions. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7):839.
Motz, G.J. 2013. Patterns of disparity and diversity: induced morphologic variation of venerid bivalves (Bivalvia: Veneridae) of the Indo-Pacific. Açoreana: Revista de Estudos Açoreanos Supplemento 8:117.
Motz, G.J. 2012. Morphologic variation as a potential driver of taxonomic richness: venerid bivalves of the Indo-Pacific. The Malacologist 56:7.
Thomka, J.R. and Motz, G.J. 2013. First report of a Silurian crinoid (Echinodermata) holdfast with a tetralobate lumen: Massie Formation, southeastern Indiana. Abstracts of the Indiana Academy of Science Annual Meeting 128:13.
Motz, G.J. 2012. Morphologic variation as a driver of taxonomic richness: venerid bivalves of the Indo-Pacific. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(7):625.
Motz, G.J. and Kolbe, S.E. 2012. Morphometric analysis: assessing error in digitization and automated collection of large quantities of data. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44(5):67.
Motz, G.J. and Wise, J.L. 2011. Geology of the Eastern Mid-Continent, Cincinnati, OH, University of Cincinnati Press, 14pp.