Pamela Hallock Muller, Professor, Biogeological Oceanography
Carolyn Rindosh (left) of the Association of Women Geoscientists presenting the 1999 Outstanding Educator Award to Dr. Pamela Hallock Muller.
- University of Montana, Missoula, B.A. Zoology, June 1969
- University of Hawaii, Honolulu, M.S. Oceanography, May 1972
- University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Ph.D. Oceanography, May 1977
- 2001-Present, Professor, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida
- 1988-2001, Professor, Department of Marine Science, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida
- 1983-1988, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Science, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida
- 1978-1983, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Earth Sciences, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa, Texas
Areas of Specialization
- Role of nutrients in coral reefs, carbonate sedimentology, and paleoceanography; role of algal symbiosis in carbonate production, community structure, and evolution.
- Use of larger foraminiferal distributions, population dynamics, and functional morphologies in studies of environmental quality, paleoenvironments, and carbonate sedimentation.
- Use of simulation models in paleoecology.
Invited Lecture Topics
- Coral Reefs in the 21st Century: Is the Past the Key to the Future?
- Goldilocks and the Three Biogenic Carbonate Minerals: What Determines “Just Right”?
- Senior Women in Academia: What are Mentors and Role Models Worth?
- Careers in Marine Science - A Lot More than Manatees and Dolphins.
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