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Dr. Jeff Bauer has been a faculty member at Shawnee State University for over 20 years. His areas of specialization are Historical Geology, Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy. Dr. Bauer has supervised numerous undergraduate research projects on diverse subjects like landslides, soils, floods, earthquakes, groundwater systems, and illegal dumps. He is the director of Shawnee States Ohioseis seismograph site which is part of statewide network that records earthquakes in our region. Dr. Bauer is active in K-12 education, especially in local and state-wide science fairs and serves as co-coordinator of District 14 Science Day.
Dr. Bauer conducts research on Conodonts, microscopic fossils that represent a group of extinct organisms. The following are references to several of Dr. Bauers publications: