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Luke Strotz
Luke Strotz
Department of Geology, Northwest University
Verified email at ku.edu
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Expanding the proxy toolkit to help identify past events—lessons from the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2009 South Pacific Tsunami
C Chagué-Goff, JL Schneider, JR Goff, D Dominey-Howes, L Strotz
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 107-122, 2011
2112011
Tsunami sediments and their foraminiferal assemblages
B Mamo, L Strotz, D Dominey-Howes
Earth-Science Reviews 96 (4), 263-278, 2009
1342009
The use of boulders for characterising past tsunamis: Lessons from the 2004 Indian Ocean and 2009 South Pacific tsunamis
S Etienne, M Buckley, R Paris, AK Nandasena, K Clark, L Strotz, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 76-90, 2011
1112011
Multi-proxy records of regionally-sourced tsunamis, New Zealand
J Goff, S Pearce, SL Nichol, C Chagué-Goff, M Horrocks, L Strotz
Geomorphology 118 (3-4), 369-382, 2010
912010
Flow speed estimated by inverse modeling of sandy sediment deposited by the 29 September 2009 tsunami near Satitoa, east Upolu, Samoa
B Jaffe, M Buckley, B Richmond, L Strotz, S Etienne, K Clark, S Watt, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 23-37, 2011
692011
Deposits, flow characteristics, and landscape change resulting from the September 2009 South Pacific tsunami in the Samoan islands
BM Richmond, M Buckley, S Etienne, C Chagué-Goff, K Clark, J Goff, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 38-51, 2011
642011
Predecessors to the 2009 South Pacific tsunami in the Wallis and Futuna archipelago
J Goff, G Lamarche, B Pelletier, C Chagué-Goff, L Strotz
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 91-106, 2011
592011
An encrusting kleptoparasite-host interaction from the early Cambrian
Z Zhang, LC Strotz, TP Topper, F Chen, Y Chen, Y Liang, Z Zhang, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-7, 2020
502020
Geomorphology and accommodation space as limiting factors on tsunami deposition: Chatham Island, southwest Pacific Ocean
SL Nichol, C Chagué-Goff, JR Goff, M Horrocks, BG McFadgen, LC Strotz
Sedimentary Geology 229 (1-2), 41-52, 2010
422010
Getting somewhere with the Red Queen: chasing a biologically modern definition of the hypothesis
LC Strotz, M Simoes, MG Girard, L Breitkreuz, J Kimmig, BS Lieberman
Biology letters 14 (5), 20170734, 2018
362018
Assessing the role of cladogenesis in macroevolution by integrating fossil and molecular evidence
LC Strotz, AP Allen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (8), 2904-2909, 2013
362013
Competition and mimicry: the curious case of chaetae in brachiopods from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale
TP Topper, LC Strotz, LE Holmer, Z Zhang, NN Tait, JB Caron
BMC Evolutionary Biology 15 (1), 1-16, 2015
332015
Survival on a soft seafloor: life strategies of brachiopods from the Cambrian Burgess Shale
TP Topper, LC Strotz, LE Holmer, JB Caron
Earth-Science Reviews 151, 266-287, 2015
322015
Coprolites in mid-Cambrian (Series 2-3) Burgess Shale-type deposits of Nevada and Utah and their ecological implications.
J Kimmig, LC Strotz
Bulletin of Geosciences 92 (3), 2017
232017
The Spence Shale Lagerstätte: an important window into Cambrian biodiversity
J Kimmig, LC Strotz, SR Kimmig, SO Egenhoff, BS Lieberman
Journal of the Geological Society 176 (4), 609-619, 2019
182019
Metabolic rates, climate and macroevolution: a case study using Neogene molluscs
LC Strotz, EE Saupe, J Kimmig, BS Lieberman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1885), 20181292, 2018
172018
Holocene foraminifera from Tuross Estuary and Coila Lake, south coast, New South Wales: A preliminary study
L Strotz
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 124, 163-182, 2003
162003
On the Possible Origins of an Unusual (Mid to Late Holocene) Coastal Deposit, Old Punt Bay, South‐East Australia
AD Switzer, BL Mamo, D Dominey‐Howes, LC Strotz, C Courtney, ...
Geographical Research 49 (4), 408-430, 2011
142011
Spatial patterns and diversity of foraminifera from an intermittently closed and open lagoon, Smiths Lake, Australia
LC Strotz
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 164, 340-352, 2015
132015
The stalked filter feeder Siphusauctum lloydguntheri n. sp. from the middle Cambrian (Series 3, Stage 5) Spence Shale of Utah: its biological affinities and taphonomy
J Kimmig, LC Strotz, BS Lieberman
Journal of Paleontology 91 (5), 902-910, 2017
122017
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