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About Patricia Blackwelder

Dr. Blackwelder's interests over the decades she has been at NSU include biomineralization and calcification in invertebrates, ecology and paleoecology of benthic microorganisms, and coccolithophorids from modern and paleoceanographic environments. Current work includes ultrastructural (TEM and SEM) studies of recent and fossil invertebrates including sponges and corals with NSU, University of Miami, and FIU colleagues. She is also working on a collaborative project with NOAA/AOML on particulate analysis in Biscayne Bay. She teaches the graduate Marine Geology core course as well as courses in invertebrate ultrastructure.

Positions

1980 - Present Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography, Department of Marine and Environmental Science
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1978 - 1980 Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University
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Education

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September 1972 - June 1976 Ph.D., Geology/Electron Microscope/Biomineralization, University of South Carolina
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September 1968 - June 1970 M.S., Geology, Duke University
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September 1964 - June 1968 B.A., Geology, CUNY Queens College
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Contact Information

(954) 262-3667

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