Ph.D, Geology, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York – 2014
Paleoecology, carbonates, ancient methane cold-seeps, Burgess Shale-type preservation
Ancient methane cold-seeps and their faunal assemblages, mass extinction events, Burgess Shale-type preservation, paleoecology
K.C. Meehan, M. Mego Vela, N.V. Gilles, Y.O. Chow, C. Koo, B. Lopez, Y. Wolfe, and S.A. George, 2017, Foraminifera from Upper Campanian Pierre Shale methane cold-seeps, South Dakota. Cretaceous Research (Accepted, in revision)
K.C. Meehan and H. Salmun, 2016 Integrating Technology in Today’s Undergraduate Classrooms: A Look at Students Perspectives: Journal of College Science Teaching v. 46, no. 1, p. 39 - 48.
K.C. Meehan, and N.H. Landman, 2016. Faunal Associations in methane cold-seeps from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale, South Dakota: Palaios, v. 31, p. 280 – 290.
J.K. Cochran, N.H. Landman, N.L. Larson, K.C. Meehan, M.
Garb, and J. Brezina, 2015. Methane seeps as ammonite
habitats evidence from O, C and Sr in well-preserved shells from
methane seeps in the Upper Cretaceous
(Campanian) Pierre Shale: Swiss Journal of Paleontology, v. 134, no.2, p. 1 - 13.
N. Larson, J. Brezina, N.H Landman, O. Tatsuo, M.P. Garb, and
K.C. Handle, 2013. Hydrocarbon seeps: Habitats
that preserved the diversity of fauna in the Late Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Wyoming Geological Society Field Guide.
K.C. Handle and W.G. Powell, 2012. Morphologically
simple enigmatic fossils from the Wheeler Formation, Utah:
A comparative analysis: Palaios, v. 27, p. 304 - 316.