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Dr. Daniel Maxbauer

Visiting Assistant Professor
Geology Department
Carleton College


  ECN Member

Expertise & Interests

PAGES interests        ECN, CVAS - Climate Variability Across Scales, Global Soil and Sediment - GloSS
Topics        Carbon cycle, Climate variability, Proxy development, Thresholds and abrupt changes, Warmer Worlds
Timescales        Holocene, Paleogene
Regions        Africa, Arctic, North America
Archives        Fluvial deposits, Lake sediments, Loess, Soil
Sector        Academia / Education, Research
Discipline        Magnetic susceptibility, (Paleo)climatology, (Paleo)ecology
Computers        LaTex, R
Laboratory        Macrofossils, Magnetic susceptibility



Maxbauer, D.P., Feinberg, J.M., Fox, D.L., and Nater, E.A., 2017. Response of pedogenic magnetite to changing vegetation in soils developed under uniform climate, topography, and parent material. Scientific Reports. v. 7, 17575,
doi: 10.1038./s41598-017-17722-2

Phillips, S.C., Johnson, J.E., Clyde, W.C., Setera, J.B., Maxbauer, D.P., Severmann, S., andReidinger, N., 2017. Rock magnetic and geochemical evidence for authigenic magnetite formationvia iron reduction in coal-bearing sediments o? shore Shimokita Peninsula, Japan (IODP SiteC0020). Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 18, doi : 10.1002/2017GC006943.

Maxbauer, D.P., Feinberg, J.M., and Fox, D.L., 2016. MAX UnMix: A web application to unmix magnetic coercivity distributions. Computers and Geosciences. v. 95, p. 140-145, doi: 10.1016/j.cageo.2016.07.009

?Maxbauer, D.P., Feinberg, J.M., Fox, D.L., and Clyde, 2016. Magnetic minerals as recorders of weathering, diagenesis, and paleoclimate: a core-outcrop comparison of Paleocene-Eocene paleosols in the Bighorn Basin, WY, U.S.A. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. v. 452, p.15-26, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2016.07.029

Maxbauer, D.P., Feinberg, J.M., and Fox, D.L., 2016. Magnetic mineral assemblages in soils and paleosols as the basis for paleoprecipitation proxies: A review of magnetic methods and challenges. Earth Science Reviews. v. 155, p. 28-48, doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.01.014

Maxbauer, D.P., Royer, D.L., and LePage, B.A., 2014. High Arctic forests during the middle Eocene supported by moderate levels of atmospheric CO2. Geology: v. 42, p. 1027-1039, doi: 10.1130/G36014.1

Maxbauer, D.P., Peppe, D.J., Bamford, M., McNulty, K.P., Harcourt-Smith, W.E.H., and Davis, L.E., 2013. A morphotype catalog and paleoenvironmental interpretations of early Miocene fossil leaves from the Hiwegi Formation, Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya. Palaeontologia Electronica: v. 16(3), 19p.