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  • Brian T. Huber
  • Curator of Planktic Foraminifera and
    Department Chairman
  • Phone:   202-633-1328
  • Fax:   202-786-2832
  • E-mail Address:   huberb
  • Mailing Address:
    Smithsonian Institution
    PO Box 37012, MRC 121
    Washington, DC 20013-7012
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    Smithsonian Institution
    National Museum of Natural History
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    Washington, DC 20560-0121
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Education

Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 1988
M.S. The Ohio State University, 1984
B.S. The University of Akron, 1981

Research Interests

My research involves the study of foraminifera, especially planktonic foraminifera, and what they can tell us about how Earth’s environment has changed during the past 120 million years. Because of their small size, relatively short geologic age ranges, and wide distribution in a variety of marine sediments worldwide, study of foraminiferal assemblages provides valuable insight to the age of the sediments in which they are found (biostratigraphy), the type of environment in which they were deposited (paleoecology), and the temperature of the ocean water in which they grew (paleoclimatology and paleoceanography). Biostratigraphic analysis require species identification and calculation of sedimentation rates using age calibrations for the evolutionary appearances and extinctions of species from different fossil groups, paleomagnetic reversal events, carbon and oxygen isotopic events, and constraints using radiometric and strontium isotopic data. These are plotted on age-depth curves such as those provided by CHRONOS. Insight into paleoecologic change is gained through quantitative analysis of species assemblages through time as well as through study of shell geochemistry. Oxygen isotope analyses of well preserved foraminiferal shells are especially useful for determination of relative paleotemperature changes of the ocean bottom (using benthic foraminifera) and the ocean surface (using planktonic foraminifera). For all of my studies, accurate species identification is a necessity. This has led to my participation in several taxonomic working groups and development of taxonomic atlases and databases that are accessible through the internet.

Global Change Research on Short and Long Time Scales

Long-term (>3 million year) stable isotope records provide valuable insight to major shifts in global climate, organic carbon burial rates, and ocean circulation. Oxygen isotope paleotemperatures from benthic (bottom dwelling) foraminifera that lived below 500 m water depth can be used to characterize the global climatic state. If the benthic temperature estimates fall below 10ºC then we can assume that winter temperatures at polar latitudes fell below freezing. If the deepwater temperatures fall below 5ºC then continental ice sheets probably existed at polar latitudes. On the other hand, if deepwater temperatures were greater than 15ºC then we can assume that no permanent ice existed and winter freezing at polar latitudes is unlikely. Examples of long-term climate change are presented for deep sea (>1000 m) sites the subtropical western Atlantic and for sites poleward of 58ºS around Antarctica. The subtropical deepwater temperatures shown on the Blake Nose graph and the surface water temperatures on the southern high latitudes graph both indicate that the middle through Late Cretaceous was a time of extreme global climatic warmth. The temperature maximum during the Cretaceous occurred about 94-89 million years ago, with surface water temperatures estimated as warm as 32ºC at 58ºS paleolatitude. Deepwater (>1000 m) temperatures for that time are estimated to have been between 15 and 20ºC, which is far warmer than modern day deep water termperatures averaging less than 2ºC. This “Supergreenhouse� climate marks the most extreme global warmth known to have occurred during the past 250 million years, supporting growth of lush forests, large dinosaurs and other temperature sensitive organisms at both poles. It probably resulted from much higher concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that were expelled into the atmosphere during a long period of undersea volcanic activity.

Short-term (<3 million years) stable isotope data provide a higher resolution record of ocean and climate change. Such studies enable better understanding of the rates of biotic, climatic and oceanic response to external forcing and help identify what those forcing mechanisms were. One example is presented for the Aptian/Albian boundary interval from ODP Site 1049 on Blake Nose. In this detailed oxygen and carbon isotope record, the diamonds represent isotopic values from benthic foraminifera and the other symbols represent different species of planktonic foraminifera. The data reveal several interesting new insights: (1) there was much greater short-term variation of climate and ocean change than was previously recognized; (2) the vertical temperature gradient was quite low with the exception of the Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b, which is represented by a black shale in the lower Albian; (3) stable isotope values of several planktonic species plot with co-occurring benthic suggesting that either they lived below the surface mixed layer or the isotopic composition of their shells was not in equilibrium with the isotopic composition of the surrounding water. The abrupt carbon isotopic shift at the Aptian/Albian boundary coincides with the extinction of several long-lived Aptian species and their replacement by low diversity, small-sized species with simpler shell morphologies. The cause of the isotopic shift and species turnover is the focus of current investigations.

The Cretaceous/Tertiary Extinction and Recovery

Evidence that links mass extinctions at the end of the Cretaceous Period in both marine and terrestrial extinctions with the impact of a ten kilometer diameter asteroid at the Chicxulub Crater (Yucatan Peninsula) is overwhelming. Nonetheless, some researchers have argued that other factors played a significant role in causing planktonic foraminiferal extinctions below and above the boundary level. Using a variety of methods, including foraminiferal species abundance counts, measurements of shell size/mass ratios, stable oxygen and carbon isotopes analyses, and strontium isotope analyses, my study of several complete Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary has demonstrated that (1) the pre-boundary extinction rate is not unusually high; (2) the greatest change in population structure, specimen size distributions, and species composition exactly coincide with deposition of a single asteroid impact layer; (3) post-K/T occurrences of all but three Cretaceous species can be attributed to reworking (based on comparative analysis of foraminiferal shell geochemistry across the boundary interval), and (4) planktonic foraminifera suffered a 92% extinction rate, which is the highest in their entire evolutionary history.

Field Studies in Tanzania.

During the past several years I have joined Paul Pearson (University of Cardiff) and other members of the Tanzania Drilling Project (TDP) to obtain sediment samples from southeastern Tanzania where impermeable, clay-rich intervals yield some of the world’s best preserved tropical foraminifera of Cretaceous through Oligocene age. Using a portable drilling rig the TDP has been able to obtain cores with much greater stratigraphic continuity and better preservation than is possible from the sampling of outcrops. Core description, core sampling, microfossil processing and foraminiferal species identification are routinely done at the rig location. Acquisition of pristinely preserved foraminifera is highly desirable for paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic studies as the chemistry of their shells has not been altered from the original composition. The goal is to obtain oxygen isotope data that can be used to estimate surface and deep water temperatures at low latitudes for reconstruction of Cretaceous latitudinal temperature gradients and for interpretation of the depth ecology of Cretaceous planktonic foraminifer species.

Professional Experience

  • 1981 - 1984 Research Assistant, Institute of Polar Studies, Ohio State University. 
  • 1984 - Aug. 1985 Amoco Doctoral Fellow, Department of Geology & Mineralogy, Ohio State University.
  • Fall 1985 Historical Geology Instructor, Department of Geology & Mineralogy, Ohio State University.
  • Jan. 1986 - Sept. 1986 Research Assistant, Byrd Polar Research Center. 
  • Fall 1986 - Summer 1987 University Presidential Fellow, Department of Geology & Mineralogy, Ohio State University.
  • Fall 1987 Introduction to Geology Instructor, Department of Geology & Mineralogy, Ohio State University. 
  • Winter 1988 Ocean Drilling Program Leg 119 Foraminifer Paleontologist. 
  • Nov. 1989 - Feb. 1990 Assistant Curator, GS-11, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution.
  • Feb. 1990 - June 1991 Assistant Curator, GS-12, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution.
  • 1991 - 1998 Adjunct Professor, Department of Geology, University of Pennsylvania.
  • June 1991 - Sept. 1994 Associate Curator, GS-13, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution.
  • 1992 - 1999 Adjunct Professor, Department of Geology, University of Nebraska.
  • Sept. 1994 – Nov. 1999 Associate Curator, GS-14, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution.
  • Winter 1997 Ocean Drilling Program Leg 171B Foraminifer Paleontologist
  • Nov. 1999 – present Curator, GS-15, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution.
  • 2000 – 2001 Adjunct Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, The Ohio State University
  • Oct. 2010– present Chairman, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution

Awards, Offices, Activities, and Honors

  • 1984-85  Amoco Doctoral Fellowship in Micropaleontology
  • 1986-87 University Presidential Doctoral Fellowship
  • 1990...   Board of Directors, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research
  • 1992-93 President, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research
  • 1994-99 Lead Curator, DSDP/ODP Micropaleontological Reference Centers
  • 1998… Board of Directors, Micropaleontology Press
  • 1997... Secretary, Paleogene Planktic Foraminifer Working Group
  • 1991-96 Panel Member, Information Handling Panel, Ocean Drilling Program
  • 1991-96 Liaison, Ocean History Panel, Ocean Drilling Program
  • 1997-99 Panel Member, Scientific Measurements Panel, Ocean Drilling Program
  • 1994-98 Voting Member, International Subcommission on Paleogene Stratigraphy
  • 2001... Member, NSF-sponsored Chronostratigraphic Database Steering Committee
  • 2003-05 Member, NSF-CHRONOS Board of Directors
  • 2005… Voting Member, International Subcommission on Cretaceous Stratigraphy
  • 2005-06 President, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research
  • 2006… IODP Micropaleontology Working Group
  • 2008 NSF Critical Intervals in the History of Life Workshop, Denver, CO
  • 2010-11 NSF-sponsored DETELO(N) Planning Group, Washington, DC

Journal Editorship

  • 1997-2005 Board of Editors, Micropaleontology
  • 2003… Associate Editor, Cretaceous Research
  • 2006-09 Associate Editor, Geology
  • 2006-09 Associate Editor, Bollettino della Società Paleontologica Italiana
  • 2009... Associate Editor, Lethaia
  • 2009... Co-Editor, Journal of Paleontology

Professional Societies

  • Patron, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research
  • Member, Paleontological Society of Washington
  • Member, North American Micropaleontological Society
  • Member, American Geophysical Union
  • Member, Society for Sedimentary Geology
  • Member, Geological Society of America
  • Member, British Micropaleontological Society

Research Assistants, Current and Former Post-doctoral Fellows, and Students

Smithsonian Undergraduate Interns

  • 1992 Consuelo Marino, "Taxonomy and isotopic analysis of late Campanian to Maastrichtian planktonic foraminifera: ODP Leg 122 Hole 761B and DSDP Site 217".
  • 1992 Jennifer Olsen, "Taxonomic and isotopic approach to the paleoclimate history of the Maastrichtian Indian Ocean"
  • 1993 Valerie Cheshier, "The paleohabitat and morphology of several extinct Paleocene, Eocene, and Miocene foraminifera"
  • 1993 Sally Adkins, "The isotopic paleobiology of Bifarina alabamensis"
  • 1994 Joshua Dembsky, "A biometric analysis of Globigerinelloides"
  • 1996-97 Ryan Houston, "Stable isotope analysis of Late Cretaceous planktic foraminifera and the evolution of algal endosymbiosis"
  • Molly Markey, “Planktic foraminifer assemblage and stable isotopic changes across the Aptian/Albian boundary oceanic anoxic event”
  • Diana Thiel, “Terminal Cretaceous climate, paleoceanography, and biotic change”
  • Jocelyn Sessa, “Anoxic events and foraminifer evolution across the Albian/Cenomanian boundary”
  • Diana Chapa: “Cretaceous planktonic foraminiferal image database”
  • Laura Holladay: “Ontogenetic biometric comparison of planktonic foraminifera using x-radiograph image analysis”
  • 2001 Karine Reiter: “Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b at Falkland Plateau Site 511”
  • Heather McCarren: “Phylogeny and depth ecology of the Late Cretaceous planktonic foraminifer species of Globigerinelloides
  • Nancy Price: “Planktonic foraminiferal turnover and paleoceanographic change across the Aptian-Albian boundary in the subtropical North Atlantic”
  • Erin Saupe: “Ontogenetic biometrics of Late Cretaceous Heterohelix rajagopalani and Gublerina cuvillieri (planktonic foraminifera)”
  • Fenix Garcia-Tigreros: “Blake Nose benthic foraminiferal record: Implications for North Atlantic Maastrichtian ocean structure”
  • 2007 Aleeza Harburger: “Late Cretaceous planktonic and benthic foraminifera from the southeast costal region of Tanzania”
  • 2008 Kristine Adams: “Cretaceous-aged foraminifera from Tanzania and their contribution towards understanding past oceans”
  • 2009 Carlos Peredo: “Relative abundance changes across the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary in Tanzania Drilling Project cores”
  • 2010 Carlos Rodriguez-Russo: “Exploring climate change and ocean dynamics during the mid-Cretaceous Supergreenhouse through foraminiferal stable isotopic analysis”
  • 2010 Sarah Ehlinger: “Death, burial, and diagenesis in Tanzanian host sediments: A close look at benthic foraminiferal shell geochemistry”
  • 2010 Erin Jacobs: “Grain size analysis of Turonian sediments from coastal Tanzania”
  • 2011 Benn Breeden: “Stable isotope analyses of Turonian foraminifera from Tanzania”
  • 2011 Christopher Smith: “Stable isotope analyses of Turonian foraminifera from Tanzania”

Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellows

  • 1992 January-March: Jim Pospichal, "Maastrichtian-Danian calcareous nannoplankton biogeography: implications for paleoceanography at the K/T boundary transition".
  • 1998 August-December: Helen Coxall, “The evolution and taxonomic status of hantkeninid foraminifera morphospecies”
  • 2010 September-December: Francesca Falzoni, “Assessing the diagenetic alteration of wall structure in some Late Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera”

Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellows

  • 1990-91 Dr. Elena Tabachnich: "The structure of morphologic variation among Recent Globorotalia (planktonic foraminifera)".
  • 1991-92 Dr. Joen Widmark: "Deep-sea and nearshore benthic foraminiferal extinctions at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary".
  • 1993-96 Dr. Kenneth MacLeod: "Inoceramid bivalves and Late Cretaceous paleoceanographic change".
  • 1999-01 Dr. Nataliya Tur: “Late Cretaceous paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic changes inferred from planktonic foraminiferal stable isotopic analyses and population turnover”
  • 2004 Dr. Maria Rose Petrizzo: “Paleoceanography of the late Albian-early Cenomanian in the western North Atlantic Ocean”
  • 2004 Dr. Helen Coxall:  “Late Paleocene planktonic foraminiferal paleocologies and sea-surface temperatures A study using exquisitely preserved foraminifera from Tanzania Drilling Project Site 10”
  • 2004-05 Dr. Atsushi Ando: “Paleoceanography of the Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event, western Pacific Ocean”
  • 2005-06 Dr. Marius D. Georgescu: “Evolution and phylogeny of Cretaceous serial planktonic foraminifera”
  • 2007… Dr. Sreepat Jain: “The Blake Nose benthic foraminiferal record: implications for North Atlantic Maastrichtian ocean structure, paleoproductivity and diversity”
  • 2009… Dr. Ines Wendler: “Benthic foraminiferal biofacies and paleoenvironmental change during the Turonian: Results from the Tanzanian Drilling Program”
  • 2009… Dr. Jens Wendler: “Temperature Variability and paleo-ecological Changes during the Cenomanian-Turonian Supergreenhouse”
  • 2011 Dr. Jocelyn Sessa: “Link between climatic and faunal change in Late Cretaceous through Paleogene mollusc-dominated assemblages of the Coastal Plain”
  • 2011… Dr. Atsushi Ando: “Cenomanian paleoceanography of the Indian and Pacific oceans based on integrated chemo- and biostratigraphy”

Undergraduate Student Advisor

  • 2005-06 Chelsea Brothers: “Ontogenetic morphometric analysis of Late Cretaceous species of Heterohelix and Laeviheterohelix (planktonic foraminifera): Taxonomic and phylogenetic implications”
  • 2007 Aleeza Harburger: “Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Zoe C BH Borehole, Tanzania”
  • 2009… Shannon Haynes: “Evolution and phylogeny of Turonian biserial planktic foraminifera in the western Indian Ocean”

Graduate Student Advisor

  • 1998… Wojtek Majewski (The Ohio State University): “Middle Miocene warming event and planktic foraminifera from the Kerguelen Plateau, southern Indian Ocean”
  • 2005-09 Carolina Isaza (University of Missouri at Columbia: “Paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic controls on cyclostratigraphic variations in planktic Maastrichtian foraminiferal populations”

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Publications

Falzoni, Francesca, Petrizzo, Maria Rose, Huber, Brian T. and MacLeod, Kenneth G. 2014. Insights into the meridional ornamentation of the planktonic foraminiferal genus Rugoglobigerina (Late Cretaceous) and implications for taxonomy, Cretaceous Research, 47:87-104

Aze, T., Pearson, P. N., Dickson, A. J., Badger, M. P. S., Bown, P. R., Pancost, R. D., Gibbs, S. J., Huber, B. T., Leng, M. J., Coe, A. L., Cohen, A. S. and Foster, G. L. 2014. Extreme warming of tropical waters during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, Geology,

Huber, Brian T. and Petrizzo, Maria Rose. 2014. Evolution and Taxonomic Study of the Cretaceous Planktic Foraminiferal Genus Helvetoglobotruncana Reiss, 1957, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 44(1):40-57

Clyde, William C., Wilf, Peter, Iglesias, Ari, Slingerland, Rudy L., Barnum, Timothy, Bijl, Peter K., Bralower, Timothy J., Brinkhuis, Henk, Comer, Emily E., Huber, Brian T., Ibañez-Mejia, Mauricio, Jicha, Brian R., Krause, J. M., Schueth, Jonathan D., Singer, Bradley S., Raigemborn, María Sol, Schmitz, Mark D., Sluijs, Appy and Zamaloa, María del Carmen. 2014. New age constraints for the Salamanca Formation and lower Río Chico Group in the western San Jorge Basin, Patagonia, Argentina: Implications for Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction recovery and land mammal age correlations, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 126(3/4):289-306

Wendler, Jens E., Wendler, Ines and Huber, Brian T. 2013. Revision and Evaluation of the Systematic Affinity of the Calcitarch Genus Pithonella Based on Exquisitely Preserved Turonian Material from Tanzania, Journal of Paleontology, 87(6):1077-1106

Wendler, Ines, Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Wendler, Jens E. 2013. Stable oxygen and carbon isotope systematics of exquisitely preserved Turonian foraminifera from Tanzania – understanding isotopic signatures in fossils, Marine Micropaleontology, 102:1-33

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T., Berrocoso, Álvaro Jiménez and Wendler, Ines. 2013. A stable and hot Turonian without glacial d18O excursions is indicated by exquisitely preserved Tanzanian foraminifera, Geology, 41(10):1083-1086

Ando, Atsushi, Huber, Brian T. and Premoli Silva, Isabella. 2013. Paraticinella rohri (Bolli, 1959) as the valid name for the latest Aptian zonal marker species of planktonic foraminifera traditionally called bejaouaensis or eubejaouaensis, Cretaceous Research, 45:275-287

Falzoni, Francesca, Petrizzo, Maria Rose, MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Huber, Brian T. 2013. Santonian–Campanian planktonic foraminifera from Tanzania, Shatsky Rise and Exmouth Plateau: Species depth ecology and paleoceanographic inferences, Marine Micropaleontology, 103:15-29

Ando, Atsushi, Woodard, S. C., Evans, H. F., Littler, K., Herrmann, S., Macleod, K. G., Kim, S., Khim, B. K., Robinson, S. A. and Huber, Brian T. 2013. An emerging palaeoceanographic 'missing link': multidisciplinary study of rarely recovered parts of deep-sea Santonian–Campanian transition from Shatsky Rise, Journal of the Geological Society, 170:381-384

Berrocoso, Álvaro J., Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G., Petrizzo, Maria Rose, Lees, Jacqueline A., Wendler, Ines, Coxall, Helen, Mweneinda, Amina K., Falzoni, Francesca, Birch, Heather, Singano, Joyce M., Haynes, Shannon, Cotton, Laura, Wendler, Jens, Bown, Paul R., Robinson, Stuart A. and Gould, Jeremy. 2012. Lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and chemostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene sediments from southern Tanzania: Tanzania Drilling Project Sites 27 to 35, Journal of African Earth Sciences, 70:36-57

Petrizzo, Maria R., Huber, Brian T., Gale, Andrew S., Barchetta, Alessia and Jenkyns, Hugh C. 2012. Abrupt planktic foraminiferal turnover across the Niveau Kilian at Col de Pre-Guittard (Vocontian Basin, southeast France): new criteria for defining the Aptian/Albian boundary, Newsletters on Stratigraphy, 45(1):55-74

Wendler, Jens E., Wendler, Ines, Rose, Timothy and Huber, Brian T. 2012. Using Cathodoluminescence Spectroscopy of Cretaceous Calcareous Microfossils to Distinguish Biogenic from Early-Diagenetic Calcite, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 18(6):1313-1321

Wendler, Ines, Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Wendler, Jens E. 2011. Early evolutionary history of Tubulogenerina and Colomia, with new species from the Turonian of East Africa, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 41(4):384-400

Huber, Brian T. and Leckie, R. Mark. 2011. Planktic Foraminiferal Species Turnover Across Deep-Sea Aptian/ Albian Boundary Sections, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 41(1):53-95

Ando, Atsushi, Huber, Brian T. and MacLeod, Kenneth G. 2010. Depth-habitat reorganization of planktonic foraminifera across the Albian/Cenomanian boundary, Paleobiology, 36(3):357-373

Berrocoso, Álvaro J., MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T., Lees, Jacqueline A., Wendler, Ines, Bown, Paul R., Mweneinda, Amina K., Londoño, Carolina Isaza and Singano, Joyce M. 2010. Lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and chemostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous sediments from southern Tanzania: Tanzania Drilling Project Sites 21 to 26, Journal of African Earth Sciences, 57(1-2):47-69

Ando, A., Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G., Ohta, T. and Khim, B. -K. 2009. Blake Nose stable isotopic evidence against the mid-Cenomanian glaciation hypothesis, Geology, 37:451-454

Georgescu, Marius D. and Huber, Brian T. 2009. Early Evolution of the Cretaceous Serial Planktic Foraminifera (Late Albian-Cenomanian), Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 39(4):335-360

Georgescu, Marius D. and Huber, Brian T. 2008. Taxonomic re-evaluation and phylogeny of the stellate planktonic foraminiferal genus hastergerinoides bronnimann, 1952, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 38(1):52-58

Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Tur, Nataliya A. 2008. Chronostratigraphic framework for Upper Campanian-Maastrichtian sediments on the Blake Nose (subtropical North Atlantic), Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 38(2):162-182

Petrizzo, Maria R., Huber, Brian T., Wilson, P. A. and MacLeod, Kenneth G. 2008. Late albian paleoceanography of the western subtropical north Atlantic, Paleoceanography, 23(1):PA1213-PA1213

Georgescu, Marius D., Saupe, Erin E. and Huber, Brian T. 2008. Morphometric and stratophenetic basis for phylogeny and taxonomy in Late Cretaceous gublerinid planktonic foraminifera, Micropaleontology, 54(5):397-424

Georgescu, M. D. and Huber, Brian T. 2007. Taxonomic revision of the late Campanian-Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) planktonic foraminiferal genus Rugotruncana Brönnimann and Brown, 1956, and a new paleontological species concept for planktonic foraminifera, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 37:150-159

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Whitney, D., Huber, Brian T. and Koeberl, C. 2007. Impact and extinction in remarkably complete K/T boundary sections from Demerara Rise, tropical western North Atlantic, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 119:101-115

Pucéat, E., Donnadieu, Y., Naveau, P., Cappetta, H., Ramstein, G., Huber, Brian T. and Kriwet, J. 2007. Fish tooth d18O revising Late Cretaceous meridional upper ocean water temperature gradients, Geology, 35:107-110

Ando, A. and Huber, Brian T. 2007. Taxonomic revision of the late Cenomanian planktonic foraminifera Rotalipora greenhornensis (Morrow, 1934), Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 37:160-174

Dutton, A., Huber, Brian T., Lohmann, K. C. and Zinsmeister, W. J. 2007. High-resolution stable isotope profiles of a dimitobelid belemnite: Implications for paleodepth habitat and late maastrichtian climate seasonality, Palaios, 22(6):642-650

Huber, Brian T., Olsson, R. K. and Pearson, Paul N. 2006. "Taxonomy of Eocene Microperforate Planktonic Foraminifera (Jenkinsina, Cassigerinelloita, Chiloguembelina, Zeauvigerina, Tenuitella, and Cassigerinella) and Problematica (Dipsidripella and Tenuitella?)". Pp. 461-508 in Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera (Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Berggren, William A.). Cushman Foundation Foraminiferal Research, Special Publication 41:Allen Press

Olsson, R. K., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Berggren, William A. 2006. "Taxonomy, biostratigraphy, and phylogeny of Eocene Globigerina, Globoturborotalita, Subbotina, and Turborotalita". Pp. 111-168 in Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera (Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Berggren, William A.). Cushman Foundation Special Publication 41: Allen Press

Takashima, R., Nishi, H., Huber, Brian T. and Leckie, R. M. 2006. Greenhouse world and the Mesozoic Ocean, Oceanography, 19:82-92

Petrizzo, Maria R. and Huber, Brian T. 2006. Biostratigraphy and taxonomy of late Albian planktonic foraminifera from ODP Leg 171B (western North Atlantic Ocean), Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 36:166-190

Petrizzo, Maria R. and Huber, Brian T. 2006. On the phylogeny of the late Albian genus Planomalina, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 36:233-240

Berggren, William A., Pearson, Paul N., Huber, Brian T. and Wade, B. S. 2006. "Taxonomy, biostratigraphy and phylogeny of Eocene Acarinina". Pp. 257-326 in Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera (Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Huber, Brian T., Berggren, William A. and Hemleben, C.). Cushman Foundation Special Publication 41: Allen Press

Huber, Brian T. and Quillévéré, F. 2006. "A revised Antarctic Eocene planktic foraminiferal biozonation". Pp. 41-46 in Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera (Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Berggren, William A.). Cushman Foundation Foraminiferal Research, Special Publication 41:Allen Press

Pearson, Paul N., Nicholas, C. J., Singano, J. M., Bown, P. R., Coxall, H. K., Dongen van, B. E., Huber, Brian T., Karega, A., Lees, J. A., MacLeod, Kenneth G., McMillan, I. K., Pancost, R. D., Pearson, M. and Msaky, E. 2006. Further Paleogene and Cretaceous sediment cores from the Kilwa area of coastal Tanzania: Tanzania Drilling Project Sites 610, Journal of African Earth Sciences, 45:279-317

Isaza-LondoDo, C., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Huber, Brian T. 2006. Maastrichtian North Atlantic warming, increasing stratification, and foraminiferal paleobiology at three timescales, Paleoceanography, 21(1):1-10

Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Berggren, William A.2006. Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera, Cushman Foundation Special Publication. Allen Press

Georgescu, M. D. and Huber, Brian T. 2006. Paracostellagerina nov. gen., a meridionally costellate planktonic foraminiferal genus of the middle Cretaceous (late Albian-earliest Cenomanian), Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 36:368-373

Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Huber, Brian T., Hemleben, C., Berggren, William A. and Coxall, H. K. 2006. "Overview of Eocene planktonic foraminiferal taxonomy, paleoecology, phylogeny, and biostratigraphy". Pp. 11-28 in Atlas of Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera (Pearson, Paul N., Olsson, R. K., Huber, Brian T., Berggren, William A. and Hemleben, C.). Cushman Foundation Special Publication 41: Allen Press

Sikora, P. J., Ogg, J. G., Gary, A., Cervato, C., Gradstein, F. M., Huber, Brian T., Marshall, C., Stein, J. A. and Wardlaw, B. 2006. "An integrated chronostratigraphic data system for the twenty-first century". Pp. 53-59 in Geoinformatics; Data to Knowledge (Krishna, S. A.). Geological Society of America, Special Paper 397

Nicholas, Christopher J., Pearson, Paul N., Bown, Paul R., Dunkley Jones, Tom, Huber, Brian T., Karega, Amina, Lees, Jackie A., McMillan, Ian K., O'Halloran, Aoife, Singano, Joyce M. and Wade, Bridget S. 2006. Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Upper Cretaceous to Paleogene Kilwa Group, southern coastal Tanzania, Journal of African Earth Sciences, 45(4-5):431-466

Patterson, R. T., Fowler, A. D. and Huber, Brian T. 2005. Errata: Evidence of hierarchical organization in the planktic foraminiferal evolutionary record, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 35:83

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T. and Isaza-Londono, C. 2005. North Atlantic warming during global cooling at the end of the Cretaceous, Geology, 33:437-440

Huber, Brian T. and Quillévéré, F. 2005. Revised Paleogene planktonic foraminiferal biozonation for the Austral Realm, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 35:299-314

Huber, Brian T., Leckie, R. M. and Cervato, C. 2005. "The CHRONOS system: an internet resource for taxonomic and stratigraphic databases, visualization tools and analytical methodologies". Pp. 111 in 7th International Symposium on the Cretaceous, 5-9 September 2005 ().

Pearson, Paul N., Nicholas, C. J., Singano, J. M., Bown, P. R., Coxall, H. K., van Dongen, B. E., Huber, Brian T., Karega, A., Lees, J. E., Msaky, E., Pancost, R. D., Pearson, M. and Roberts, A. P. 2004. Paleogene and Cretaceous sediment cores from the Kilwa and Lindi areas of coastal Tanzania: Tanzania Drilling Project Sites 1-5, Journal of African Earth Sciences, 39:25-62

Patterson, R. T., Fowler, A. D. and Huber, Brian T. 2004. Evidence of hierarchical organization in the planktic foraminiferal evolutionary record, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 34:85-95

Huber, Brian T., Price, N. A. and MacLeod, Kenneth G. 2003. Planktic Foraminiferal Turnover and Stable Isotope Stratigraphy Across OAE1B in the Subtropical North Atlantic, Eos, 84:42C-03

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Fullagar, P. and Huber, Brian T. 2003. 87Sr/86Sr test of the degree of impact-induced slope failure in the Maastrichtian of the western North Atlantic, Geology, 31:311-314

Bice, K. L., Huber, Brian T. and Norris, R. D. 2003. Extreme polar warmth during the Cretaceous greenhouse? The paradox of the late Turonian d18O record at DSDP Site 511, Paleoceanography, 18:1031

Wilf, Peter, Johnson, K. R. and Huber, Brian T. 2003. Correlated terrestrial and marine evidence for global climate changes before mass extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 100:599-604

Coxall, H. K., Huber, Brian T. and Pearson, Paul N. 2003. Origin and morphology of the Eocene planktonic foraminifer Hantkenina, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 33(3):237-261

Leckie, R. M. and Huber, Brian T. 2003. 2002 Joseph A. Cushman Award - Isabella Premoli Silva, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 33(2):171-172

Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Norris, R. D. 2002. Abrupt extinction and subsequent reworking of Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera across the K/T boundary: Evidence from the subtropical North Atlantic, Special Papers / Geological Society of America, 356:277-289

Huber, Brian T., Norris, R. D. and MacLeod, Kenneth G. 2002. Deep sea paleotemperature record of extreme warmth during the Cretaceous, Geology, 30:123-126

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T., Pletsch, T., Rohl, U. and Kucera, M. 2001. Maastrichtian foraminiferal and paleoceanographic changes on Milankovitch timescales, Paleoceanography, 16(2):133-154

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T. and Fullagar, P. D. 2001. Evidence for a small (~ 0.000030) but resolvable increase in seawater 87Sr/86Sr ratios across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary, Geology, 29(4):303-306

Erbacher, J., Huber, Brian T., Norris, R. D. and Markey, M. 2001. Increased thermohaline stratification as a possible cause for an ocean anoxic event in the Cretaceous period, Nature, 409(6818):325-327

MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Huber, Brian T. 2001. "The Maastrichtian record at Blake Nose (western Atlantic) and implications for global paleoceanographic and biotic changes". Pp. 111-130 in Western North Atlantic Palaeogene and Cretaceous Palaeoceanography (Kroon, D., Norris, R. D. and Klaus, A.). Geological Society of London, Special Publications, no. 183

Kroon, D., Norris, R. D., Huber, Brian T. and Erbacher, J. 2001. "Cretaceous-Paleogene ocean and climate dynamics in the subtropical North Atlantic". Pp. 1-22 in Western North Atlantic Palaeogene and Cretaceous Palaeoceanography (Kroon, D., Norris, R. D. and Klaus, A.). Geological Society of London, Special Publication No. 183

Tur, N. A., Smirnov, J. P. and Huber, Brian T. 2001. Late Albian-Coniacian planktic foraminifera and biostratigraphy of the northeastern Caucasus, Cretaceous Research, 22(6):719-734

Bellier, J. -., Moullade, M. and Huber, Brian T. 2000. "Mid-Cretaceous Planktonic Foraminifers from Blake Nose: Revised biostratigraphic framework". Pp. 1-12 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 171B [Online] (Norris, R. D., Kroon, D. and Klaus, A.). Ocean Drilling Program

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T. and Ducharme, M. L. 2000. "Paleontological and geochemical constraints on changes in the deep ocean during the Cretaceous greenhouse interval". Pp. 241-274 in Warm Climates in Earth History (Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Wing, Scott L.). Cambridge University Press

Huber, Brian T., MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Wing, Scott L. (eds.).2000. Warm Climates in Earth History. Cambridge University Press

Olsson, R. K., Berggren, William A., Hemleben, C. and Huber, Brian T. 1999. Atlas of Paleocene Planktonic Foraminifera, Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, (85):1-252

Erbacher, J., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T. and Markey, M. 1999. Correlating environmental changes during early Albian oceanic anoxic event 1B using benthic foraminiferal paleoecology, Marine Micropaleontology, 38(1):7-28

Huber, Brian T., Leckie, R. M., Norris, R. D., Bralower, T. J. and CoBabe, E. 1999. Foraminiferal assemblage and stable isotopic change across the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary in the subtropical North Atlantic, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 29(4):392-417

Norris, R. D., Huber, Brian T. and Self-Trail, J. 1999. Synchroneity of the K-T oceanic mass extinction and meteorite impact: Blake Nose, western North Atlantic, Geology, 27(5):419-422

Houston, R. M., Huber, Brian T. and Spero, H. J. 1999. Size-related isotopic trends in some Maastrichtian planktic foraminifera: methodological comparisons, intraspecific variability, and evidence for photosymbiosis, Marine Micropaleontology, 36(4):169-188

D'Hondt, S. L. and Huber, Brian T. 1999. Family Chiloguembelinidae Reiss, 1963, Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, (85):88-93

Huber, Brian T. 1999. Family Heterohelicidae Cushman, 1927, Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, (85):93-99

Huber, Brian T., Bralower, T. J. and Leckie, R. M. eds.1999. Theme Issue -- Paleoecological and Geochemical Signatures of Cretaceous Anoxic Events: A Tribute to William V. Sliter, Journal of Foraminiferal Research. Allen Press

Huber, B. T., Bralower, T. J. and Leckie, R. M. (eds.).1999. Paleoecological and Geochemical Signatures of Cretaceous Anoxic Events: A Tribute to William V. Sliter. Allen Press

Huber, Brian T. 1998. Tropical paradise at the Cretaceous poles?, Science, 282:2199-2200

Edwards, L. E., Gohn, G. S., Self-Trail, J. M., Prowell, D. C., Bybell, L. M., Bardot, L. P., Huber, Brian T. and Frederikson, N. O. 1998. Physical stratigraphy, paleontology, and magnetostratigraphy of the USGS - Santee Coastal Reserve Core (CHN-803), Dorchester County, South Carolina. US Geological Survey Open-File Report

Knappertsbusch, M. W., Huber, Brian T., Sanfilippo, A. and DSDP/ODP MRC, Curatorial Party. 1998. Micropaleontological Reference Centers, Revista Espa¤ola de Micropaleontolg¡a, 30:331-336

Bijma, J., Hemleben, C., Huber, Brian T., Erlenkeuser, H. and Kroon, D. 1998. Experimental determination of the ontogenetic stable isotope variability in two morphotypes of Globigerinella siphonifera (d'Orbigny), Marine Micropaleontology, 35(3-4):141-160

Huber, Brian T. 1998. Perspectives - Paleoclimate - Tropical paradise at the Cretaceous poles?, Science, 282(5397):2199-2200

Houston, R. M. and Huber, Brian T. 1998. Evidence of photosymbiosis in fossil taxa? Ontogenetic stable isotope trends in some Late Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera, Marine Micropaleontology, 34(1-2):29-46

Liu, C. J., Olsson, R. K. and Huber, Brian T. 1998. A benthic paleohabitat for Praepararotalia gen. nov. and Antarcticella Loeblich and Tappan, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 28(1):3-18

Huber, Brian T., Bijma, J. and Darling, K. 1997. Cryptic speciation in the living planktonic foraminifer Globigerinella siphonifera (d'Orbigny), Paleobiology, 23(1):33-62

MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Huber, Brian T. 1996. Strontium isotopic evidence for extensive reworking in sediments spanning the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary at ODP Site 738, Geology, 24(5):463-466

MacLeod, Kenneth G. and Huber, Brian T. 1996. Reorganization of deep ocean circulation accompanying a Late Cretaceous extinction event, Nature, 380(6573):422-425

MacLeod, Kenneth G., Huber, Brian T. and Ward, P. D. 1996. "The biostratigraphy and paleogeography of Maastrichtian inoceramids". Pp. 361-373 in The Cretaceous-Tertiary Event and Other Catastrophes in Earth History (Ryder, G., Fastovsky, D. and Gartner, S.). Geological Society of America Special Paper 307

Snyder, S. W. and Huber, Brian T. 1996. "Preparation techniques for use of foraminifera in the classroom". Pp. 231-236 in Learning from the fossil record (Scotchmoor, J. and McKinney, F. K.). The Paleontological Society Papers

Huber, Brian T., Bijma, J. and Spero, H. J. 1996. "Blue-water SCUBA collection of planktonic foraminifera". Pp. 127-132 in Methods and Techniques of underwater research: Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (Lang, Michael A. and Baldwin, Carole C.). Smithsonian Institution

Huber, Brian T. 1996. "Evidence for planktonic foraminifer reworking vs. survivorship across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary at high latitudes". Pp. 319-334 in The Cretaceous-Tertiary Event and Other Catastrophes in Earth History (Ryder, G., Fastovsky, D. and Gartner, S.). Geological Society of America Special Paper 307

Huber, Brian T. and Hodell, David A. 1996. Middle-Late Cretaceous climate of the southern high latitudes: Stable isotopic evidence for minimal equator-to-pole thermal gradients: Discussion and reply, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 108:1192-1196

Huber, Brian T., Hodell, David A. and Hamilton, C. P. 1995. Middle-Late Cretaceous Climate of the Southern High-Latitudes - Stable Isotopic Evidence for Minimal Equator-To-Pole Thermal-Gradients, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 107(10):1164-1191

Huber, Brian T. and Hodell, David A. 1995. Middle-Late Cretaceous climate of the southern high latitudes: Stable isotopic evidence for minimal equator-to-pole thermal gradients: Reply, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 108(9):1193-1196

Huber, Brian T., Liu, C. J., Olsson, R. K. and Berggren, William A. 1994. Comment on the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary Transition in the Antarctic Ocean and its Global Implications by Keller,g, Marine Micropaleontology, 24(2):91-99

Huber, Brian T. and Boersma, A. 1994. Cretaceous Origination of Zeauvigerina and its Relationship to Paleocene Biserial Planktonic-Foraminifera, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 24(4):268-287

Huber, Brian T. 1994. Ontogenetic morphometrics of some Late Cretaceous trochospiral planktonic foraminifera from the Austral Realm, Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, (77):85

Boersma, A. and Huber, Brian T. 1993. Origins and biogeography of Cretaceous/Tertiary biserial planktonic foraminifera in the southern oceans, Antarctic Journal of the United States-Review, 28:109

Barrera, E. and Huber, Brian T. 1993. "Eocene to Oligocene oceanography and temperatures in the Antarctic Indian Ocean". Pp. 49-65 in The Antarctic Paleoenvironment: A Perspective on Global Change, Antarctic Research Series (part 2) (Kennett, J. P. and Warnke, D. A.). American Geophysical Union

Huber, Brian T. 1993. Review of "Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists," by J. H. Lipps, Priscum, 3(2):13

Huber, Brian T. and Watkins, D. K. 1992. "Biogeography of Campanian-Maastrichtian calcareous plankton in the region of the Southern Ocean: paleogeographic and paleoclimatic implications". Pp. 31-60 in The Antarctic Paleoenvironment: A Perspective on Global Change, Antarctic Research Series (Kennett, J. P. and Warnke, D. A.). American Geophysical Union

Pospichal, J. J. and Huber, Brian T. 1992. "The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in the southern Indian Ocean: results from the coring operations of the Ocean Drilling Program". Pp. 275-294 in Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean, Geophysical Monograph 70 (Kidd, R. B. and Rea, D. K.). American Geophysical Union

Huber, Brian T. 1992. Upper Cretaceous Planktonic Foraminiferal Biozonation for the Austral Realm, Marine Micropaleontology, 20(2):107-128

Huber, Brian T. 1992. Paleobiogeography of Campanian-Maastrichtian Foraminifera in the Southern High-Latitudes, Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology, 92(3-4):325-360

Schmitz, B., Asaro, F., Michel, H. V., Thierstein, H. R. and Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Element stratigraphy across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in Hole 738C". Pp. 719-730 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 119 (Barron, J. B. and Larsen, B.). Ocean Drilling Program

Thierstein, H. R., Asaro, F., Ehrmann, W. U., Huber, Brian T., Michel, H., Sakai, H. and Schmitz, B. 1991. "The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary at Site 738, southern Kerguelen Plateau". Pp. 849-867 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, 119 (Barron, J. A. and Larsen, B.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Foraminiferal biogeography of the Late Cretaceous southern high latitudes". Pp. 609-615 in Geological Evolution of Antarctica (Thomson, M. R. A., Crame, J. A. and Thomson, J. W.). Cambridge University Press

Barrera, E. and Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Paleogene and early Neogene oceanography of the southern Indian Ocean: Leg 119 foraminifer stable isotope results". Pp. 693-717 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (Barron, J. A. and Larsen, B. L.). Ocean Drilling Program

Barron, J. A., Baldauf, J. G., Barrera, E., Caulet, J. P., Huber, Brian T., Keating, B. H., Lazarus, D., Sakai, H., Thierstein, H. R. and Wei, W. 1991. "Biochronologic and magnetochronologic synthesis of ODP Leg 119 sediments from the Kerguelen Plateau and Prydz Bay, Antarctica". Pp. 813-847 in Proc. ODP Sci. Results, 119 (Barron, J. A. and Larsen, B. L.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Paleogene and early Neogene planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy of ODP Leg 119 Sites 738 and 744, Kerguelen Plateau (southern Indian Ocean)". Pp. 427-449 in Proc. ODP Sci. Results, 119 (Barron, J. A. and Larsen, B. L.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy of Campanian-Maestrichtian sediments from ODP Leg 114, Sites 698 and 700, southern South Atlantic". Pp. 281-297 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (Ciesielski, P. F. and Kristoffersen, Y.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1991. "Maestrichtian planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy and the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary at ODP Hole 738C (Kerguelen Plateau, southern Indian Ocean)". Pp. 451-465 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (Barron, J. A. and Larsen, B. L.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1991. Micropaleontology, GeoTimes, 36(2):34-35

Huber, Brian T. 1990. Micropaleontology, GeoTimes, 35(2):41-43

Barrera, E. and Huber, Brian T. 1990. "Evolution of Antarctic waters during the Maestrichtian: foraminifer oxygen and carbon isotope ratios, ODP Leg 113". Pp. 813-823 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (Barker, P. F. and Kennett, J. P.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1990. "Maestrichtian planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy of the Maud Rise (Weddell Sea, Antarctica): ODP Leg 113 Holes 689B and 690C". Pp. 489-513 in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (Barker, P. F. and Kennett, J. P.). Ocean Drilling Program

Thomas, E., Barrera, E., Hamilton, N., Huber, Brian T., Kennett, J. P., O'Connell, S. B., Pospichal, J. J., Spiess, V., Stott, L. D., Wei, W. and Wise, S. W.,Jr. 1990. "Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene stratigraphy of sites 689 and 690, Maud Rise (Antarctica)". Pp. 901-914 in Proceedings ODP Sci. Results, (Barker, P. F. and Kennett, J. P.). Ocean Drilling Program

Huber, Brian T. 1988. "Campanian-Maastrichtian foraminifera of the high southern latitudes: ontogenetic morphometrics, biostratigraphy, and biogeography". Pp. 1-329 in Unpublished dissertation (). The Ohio State University

Huber, Brian T. 1988. "Upper Campanian-Paleocene foraminifera from the James Ross Island region (Antarctic Peninsula)". Pp. 163-251 in Geology and Paleontology of Seymour Island, Antarctica. Geological Society of America Memoir (Feldmann, R. M. and Woodburne, M. O.).

Huber, Brian T. 1987. Ontogenetic morphometrics of some Upper Cretaceous foraminifera from the southern high latitudes, Antarctic Journal of the United States, 22:15-17

Barrera, E., Huber, Brian T., Savin, S. M. and Webb, P. N. 1987. Antarctic marine temperatures: late Campanian through early Paleocene, Paleoceanography, 2:21-47

Huber, Brian T. and Webb, P. N. 1986. Distribution of Frondicularia rakauroana (Finlay) in the southern high latitudes, Journal of Foramineferal Research, 16(2):135-140

Huber, Brian T., Harwood, D. M. and Webb, P. N. 1983. Upper Cretaceous microfossil biostratigraphy of Seymour Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Journal of the United States, 18(5):72-74