Dr. John R. Groves

Professor of Geology
Email Address: 
John.Groves@uni.edu
Phone Number: 
319-273-3072
Office: 
Latham 114
Education: 
Ph.D., Geology (1983), University of Iowa
M.S., Geology (1981), University of Oklahoma
B.S., Geology (1979), University of Oklahoma
Research Interests: 

Systematics, evolution, and biostratigraphy of Paleozoic foraminiferans
Carbonate petrography and depositional environments

Publications: 
  • GROVES, J. R., WANG YUE, and K. UENO. 2010. Preliminary report on foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Luokun section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of teh Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 135-137.
  • GROVES, J. R., WANG YUE, and WANG QEIJIE. 2010. Foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Visean-Serpukhovian boundary interval of the Yashui section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of teh Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 118-134.
  • GROVES, J. R. 2010. Foraminifers from the Visean-Serpukhovian and Bashkirian-Moscovian boundaries at the Nashui section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of teh Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 108-117.
  • QI YUPING, L. L. LAMBERT, J. E. BARRICK, J. R. GROVES, WANG ZHIHAO, HU KEYI and WANG XIANGDONG. 2010. New interpretation of the conodont succession of the Naqing (Nashui) section: candidate GSSP for the base of the Moscovian Stage, Luosu, Luodian, Guizhou, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of teh Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 65-77.
  • QI YUPING, WANG XIANGDONG, B. C. RICHARDS, J. R. GROVES, K. UENO, WANG ZHIHAO, WU XIANGHE, and HU KEYI. 2010. Recent progress on conodonts and foraminifers from the candidate GSSP of the Carboniferous Visean-Serpukhovian boundary in the Naqing (Nashui) section of south China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of teh Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 35-64.