Curriculum Vitae for Dr. McKinney

Personal Data

Born: 13 April 1943, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Died: 9 April, 2011, Boone, NC
Married: Marjorie Ann Jackson (Marjorie J. McKinney)
Children: Michael, Benjamin, Rachel, Mariama

Education

Attended, Birmingham Southern College
B.S. Geology, Old Dominion College, 1964
M.S. Geology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967
Thesis: Nonfenestrate Bryozoa of the Bangor Limestone, (Chester) of Alabama
Ph.D. Geology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1970
Dissertation: Trepostomatous Ectoprocta from the lower Chickamauga group

Positions

  • 1968-70 Instructor, Dept. of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
  • 1970-72 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
  • 1972-73 Postdoctoral Fellow, U.S. National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.
  • 1973-76 Associate Professor, Dept. of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
  • 1976-98 Professor, Dept. of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
  • 1998- Emeritus Professor, Dept. of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Other Institutional Affiliations

  • 1976 Visiting Research Scientist, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1978 Visiting Professor, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Durham, England
  • 1980 Visiting Research Scientist, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1980-Research Associate, Dept. of Geology, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago
  • 1991- Research Associate, Dept. of Living and Fossil Invertebrates, American Museum of Natural History, New York
  • 1992-93 Visiting Research Affiliate, The Natural History Museum, London
  • 1992-93 Visiting Research Affiliate, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge
  • 1992-93 Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge, U.K
  • 1994- Research Associate, Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville, Virginia
  • 2002 Visiting Research Affiliate, The Natural History Museum, London
  • 2002 Visiting Research Affiliate, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge
  • 2002 Visiting Scholar, St. Johns College, Cambridge, U.K

Professional Activities

  • Reviewer or referee for National Science Foundation, Petroleum Research Fund, Journal of Paleontology, Paleobiology, Palaios, Palaeontology, U.S. Geological Survey, Palaeontographica Americana, Lethaia, Field Museum of Natural History, British Museum (Natural History), American Museum of Natural History, Invertebrate Biology and others
  • Geology Discipline Screening Committee, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright) (1983-86).
  • Professional Societies and Memberships: Sigma Xi, Paleontological Society, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, International Bryozoology Association, International Union of Paleontologists, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Linnean Society of London (Fellow), Geological Society of America

Leadership and Service

  • Paleontological Society - Councilor, 1980-1981,1992-1995; Chair, Paleontological Society Education Committee, 1993-1996; Chair, Southeastern Section 1980-1981
  • Sigma Xi, Chapter President (multiple terms)
  • International Bryozoology Association - Councilor, 1977-1983; President, 1998-2001

Grants and Awards

  • 1976-78 Petroleum Research Fund Grant #9389-B2, Mississippian Fenestrate Bryozoa ($10,800)
  • 1978 National Academy of Sciences - Soviet Academy of Sciences Exchangee
  • 1979-81 Petroleum Research Fund Grant #ll56l-B2, Upper Mississippian bryozoan Archimedes ($12,800)
  • 1981 National Academy of Sciences - Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Exchangee
  • 1982-84 Petroleum Research Fund Grant #14005 B2-C, Correlation of clastic influx with fenestrate bryozoan diversity and morphology ($12,950)
  • 1983 National Academy of Sciences - Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Exchangee
  • 1985 American Philosophical Society Grant, Evolutionary history of erect bryozoan growth forms ($2,220)
  • 1985-87 Petroleum Research Fund Grant #16421-B2-C, Distribution, paleoenvironment and evolutionary patterns of Late Mississippian fenestellids (Bryozoa, Fenestrata) ($15,000)
  • 1985-87 National Science Foundation Grant #EAR8419006, The Upper Mississippian fenestrate bryozoan fauna of eastern North America ($66,278)
  • 1987 National Academy of Sciences - Academy of Arts and Sciences of Yugoslavia Exchangee
  • 1988 National Geographic Society Grant #3606-87, Feeding currents and feeding patterns of erect rigid Bryozoa ($6,430)
  • 1989-91 Petroleum Research Fund Grant #21466 B2-C, Distribution of Bryozoa in Late Mississippian shallow marine deposits, upper southern Appalachians ($20,000)
  • 1990 National Academy of Sciences - Academy of Arts and Sciences of Yugoslavia Exchangee
  • 1992-93 Fulbright Scholar, Britain, attached to University of Cambridge and The Natural History Museum, London
  • 1992-95 National Science Foundation Grant #EAR-9117289, Analysis of the Post-Paleozoic replacement of cyclostome by cheilostome bryozoans ($80,318)
  • 1996-98 Petroleum Research Fund Grant # 3129-B8, Upper Cretaceous bryozoan faunas of eastern North America and Europe: Why the enormous difference? ($25,000)
  • 1996-98 National Geographic Society Grant #5759-96, Adriatic Bryozoan dominated communities: analog for Paleozoic bryo-assemblages. ($10,940)
  • 2002 Overseas Visiting Scholar in St. Johns College, University of Cambridge, UK

Publications by Frank K. McKinney (126 peer reviewed)

Books

  1. McKinney, F. K. and J. B. C. Jackson. 1989. Bryozoan evolution. Unwin Hyman, London. (reprinted 1991 by University of Chicago Press)
  2. McKinney, F. K. 1991. Exercises in invertebrate paleontology. Blackwell Scientific Publishing, Boston. (Illustrated by Marjorie J. McKinney)
  3. Scotchmoor, J. and F. K. McKinney (eds). 1996. Learning from the fossil record. Paleontological Society Papers 2, 329 p.
  4. Jackson, J. B. C., Lidgard, S., and McKinney, F. K. (eds.), 2001, Evolutionary patterns. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  5. McKinney, F.K.. 2007. The northern Adriatic ecosystem: Deep time in a shallow sea. Columbia University Press, New York, 299 p.

Monographs

  1. McKinney, F. K. 1971. Trepostomatous Ectoprocta (Bryozoa) from the lower Chickamauga Group (Middle Ordovician), Wills Valley, Alabama. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 60:195-337.
  2. McKinney, F. K. 1972. Nonfenestrate Ectoprocta (Bryozoa) of the Bangor Limestone (Chester) in Alabama. Alabama Geological Survey Bulletin 98, 144 p.
  3. McKinney, F. K. 1974. Bibliography and catalogue (1900-1969) of the Trepostomata (phylum Ectoprocta). Southeastern Geology Special Paper Number 4, 147 p.
  4. McKinney, F. K. and J. Kriz. 1986. Lower Devonian Fenestrata (Bryozoa) of the Barrandian area, Prague Basin, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia. Fieldiana Geology (n. s.) 16, 90 p.
  5. Boardman, R. S., F. K. McKinney and P. D. Taylor. 1992. Morphology, anatomy, and systematics of the Cinctiporidae, new family (Bryozoa: Stenolaemata). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 70, 81 p.
  6. Hayward, PJ. and F.K. McKinney. 2002. Northern Adriatic Bryozoa from the Vicinity of Rovinj, Croatia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 270, 139 p.
  7. Taylor, P. D., and McKinney, F. K., 2006, Cretaceous Bryozoa from the Campanian and Maastrichtian of the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains, United States, Scripta Geologica: Leiden, National Natuurhistorisch Museum Naturalis, v. 132, 346 p.

First Authored Papers

  1. McKinney, F. K. 1968. A bored ectoproct from the Middle Mississippian of Tennessee. Southeastern Geology, 9:165-170.
  2. McKinney, F. K. 1969. Organic structures in a Late Mississippian trepostomatous ectoproct (bryozoan). Journal of Paleonto!ogy, 43:285-288.
  3. McKinney, F. K. 1969. Bibliography and list (1900-1965) of the families Constellariidae and Dianulitidae (Ectoprocta, order Cystoporata). Southeastern Geology, 10:175-184.
  4. McKinney, F. K. 1971. Stenoporella, a Late Mississippian trepostomatous ectoproct (bryozoan). Journal of Paleontology, 45:713-723.
  5. McKinney, F. K. 1972. Paleontology by doing it. Journal of Geological Education, 20:33-36.
  6. McKinney, F. K. and R. J. Cuffey. 1973. Information services desired by bryozoologists. In Larwood, G. P. (ed.), Living and Fossil Bryozoa, 601-606. Academic Press, London.
  7. McKinney, F. K. 1975. Autozooecial budding patterns in dendroid stenolaemate bryozoans. Documents des Laboratoires de Geologie de la Faculte des Sciences de Lyon Hors Serie 3:65-76.
  8. McKinney, F. K. 1977. Autozooecial budding patterns in dendroid Paleozoic bryozoans. Journal of Paleontology, 51:303-329.
  9. McKinney, F. K. 1977. Paraboloid colony bases in Paleozoic stenolaemate bryozoans. Lethaia, 10:209-217.
  10. McKinney, F: K. 1977. Functional interpretation of lyre shaped Bryozoa. Paleobiology, 3:90-97.
  11. McKinney, F. K. 1978. Astogeny of the lyre shaped Carboniferous fenestrate bryozoan Lyroporella. Journal of Paleontology, 52:83-90.
  12. McKinney, F. K. 1979. Some paleoenvironments of the coiled fenestrate bryozoan Archimedes. In Larwood, G. P. and M. B. Abbott (eds), Advances in Bryozoology, 321-336. Academic Press, London.
  13. McKinney, F. K. and H. W. Gault. 1980. Paleaenvironment of Late Mississippian fenestrate bryozoans, eastern United States. Lethaia, 13:127-146.
  14. McKinney, F. K. 1980. The Devonian fenestrate bryozoan Utrapora Pocta. Journal of Paleontology 54:241-252.
  15. McKinney, F. K. 1980. Erect spiral growth in some living and fossil bryozoans. Journal of Paleontology, 54:597-613.
  16. McKinney, F. K. 1981. Intercolony fusion suggests polyembryony in Paleozoic fenestrate bryozoans. Paleobiology, 7:247-251.
  17. McKinney, F. K. 1981. Planar branch systems in colonial suspension feeders. Paleobiology 7:344354.
  18. McKinney, F. K. 1981. Evolutionary trends of zooidal shape. University of Tennessee Department of Geological Sciences Studies in Geology 5:52-69.
  19. McKinney, F. K and T. G. Stedman. 1981. Constancy of characters within helical portions of Archimedes. In Larwood, G. P. and C. Nielsen (eds). Recent and fossil Bryozoa, 15, 1157. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark.
  20. McKinney, F. K and R. S. Wass. 1981. The double helix form of branches and Its relation to polymorph distribution in Spiralariaflorea Busk. In Larwood, G. P. and C. Nielsen (eds), Recent and Fossil Bryozoa, 159-167. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark.
  21. McKinney, F. K and D. M. Raup. 1982. A turn in the right direction: simulation of erect spiral growth in the bryozoans Archimedes and Bugula. Paleobiology 8:101-112.
  22. McKinney, F. K 1983. Ectoprocta (Bryozoa) from the Permian Kaibab Formation, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Fieldiana Geology (n. s.), 13:1-17.
  23. McKinney, F. K. 1983. Asexual colony multiplication by fragmentation: an important mode of genet longevity in the Carboniferous bryozoan Archimedes. Paleobiology, 9:3543.
  24. McKinney, F. K 1984. Feeding currents of gymnolaemate bryozoans: better organization with higher colonial integration. Bulletin of Marine Science, 34:315-319.
  25. McKinney, F. K. and B. F. King. 1984. Early growth stages of some Paleozoic phylloporinid bryozoans. Journal of Paleontology, 58:852 866.
  26. McKinney, F. K, M. R. A. Listokin and C. D. Phifer. 1986. Flow and polypide distribution in the cheilostome bryozoan Bugula and their inference in Archimedes. Lethaia, 19:8193.
  27. McKinney, F. K and R. S. Boardman. 1986. Zooidal biometry of Stenolaemata. In Nielsen, C. and G. P. Larwood (eds), Bryozoa Ordovician to Recent, 193-203. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark
  28. McKinney, F. K. 1986. Historical record of erect bryozoan growth forms. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London (B), 288:133-149.
  29. McKinney, F. K 1986. Evolution of erect marine bryozoan faunas: repeated success of unilaminate species. American Naturalist, 128:795-809.
  30. McKinney, F. K., M. J. McKinney and M. R. A. Listokin. 1987. Erect bryozoans are more than baffeling: enhanced sedimentation rate by a living unilaminate branched bryozoan and possible implications for fenestrate bryozoan mudmounds, Palaios 2:41-47.
  31. McKinney, F. K 1987. Paleobiological interpretation of some skeletal characters of Lower Devonian fenestrate Bryozoa, Prague Basin, Czechoslovakia. In Ross, J. R. P. (ed.), Bryozoa: present and past, 161-168. Western Washington University Press, Bellingham..
  32. McKinney, F. K. 1987. Progress in evolution. Science 237:575. (letter)
  33. McKinney, F. K. 1988. Multidisciplinary perspectives on evolutionary innovations. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 3:220-222.
  34. McKinney, F. K. 1988. Exploitation of Cornucopina tuba (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) by Aetea curta (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata). Journal of Natural History, 22:1545-1549.
  35. McKinney, F. K. 1988. Elevation of lophophores by exposed introverts in Bryozoa: a gymnolaemate character recorded in some stenolaemate species. Bulletin of Marine Science, 43:317-322:
  36. McKinney, F. K. 1989. Two patterns of colonial water flow in an erect bilarninate bryozoan, the cheilostome Schizotheca serratimargo (Hincks 1886). Cahiers de Biologie Marine,30:3-48.
  37. McKinney, F. K. 1990. Feeding and associated colonial morphology in marine bryozoans. Reviews in Aquatic Science, 2:255-280.
  38. McKinney, F. K., T. W: Broadhead and M. A. Gibson. 1990. Coral bryozoan mutualism: structural innovation and greater resource exploitation. Science, 248:466-468.
  39. McKinney, F. K. 1991. Colonial feeding currents of Exidmonea atlantica (Cyclostomata). Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Naturelles de l'Ouest de la France Hors Serie,1:263-270.
  40. McKinney, F. K 1992. Intraspecific variability in axial morphology of Archimedes, Pitkin Limestone (Chesterian), Arkansas. Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular, 94:23-37.
  41. McKinney, F. K. 1992. How phylogeny limits function-the example of Exidmonea. National Geographic Research and Exploration, 7:432-441.
  42. McKinney, F. K. 1992. Competitive interactions between related clades: evolutionary implications of overgrowth interactions between encrusting cyclostome and cheilostome bryozoans. Marine Biology, 114:645452.
  43. McKinney, F. K, P. D. Taylor and V. A Zullo. 1993. Lyre-shaped hornerid bryozoan colonies: homeomorphy in colony form between Paleozoic Fenestrata and Cenozoic Cyclostomata. Journal of Paleontology, 67:343-354.
  44. McKinney, F. K. 1993. Carboniferous biogeography of the bryozoan Archimedes in North America. Historical Biology, 7:7190.
  45. McKinney, F. K. and A. Jaklin. 1993. Living populations of free lying bryozoans: implications for Post-Paleozoic decline of the growth habit. Lethaia, 26: 171-179.
  46. McKinney, F. K 1993. A faster-paced world?: contrasts in biovolume and life-process rates in cyclostome (classStenolaemata) and cheilostome (class Gymno1aemata) bryozoans. Paleobiology, 19:335-351.
  47. McKinney, F. K. and M. J. McKinney. 1993. Larval behaviour and choice of settlement site: correlation with environmental distribution pattern in an erect bryozoan. Facies; 29:119-132.
  48. McKinney, F. K and M. J. McKinney. 1994. Preferences for settlement conditions by larvae of Schizotheca serratimargo (Hincks, 1886), an erect bryozoan from protected habitats, pp. 119-124. In Hayward, P. J., Ryland, J. 5..8 Taylor, P. D. (eds), Biology and Palaeobiology of Bryozoans. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark.
  49. McKinney, F. K 1994. The fenestrate bryozoan genera Lyropora and Lyroporidra in the Upper Mississippian (Chesterian) rocks of eastern North America: taxonomy, phylogeny, paleoenvironment, and paleogeography. American Museum Novitates, 3111: 1-31.
  50. McKinney, F. K. 1995. Taphonomic effects and preserved overgrowth relationships among encrusting marine organisms. Palaios, 10:279-282.
  51. McKinney, F. K. 1995. 100 million years of sustained competitive interactions in the fossil record: asymmetrical but not escalating. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 56:465-481.
  52. McKinney, F. K' Delvolve, J . and Sobieraj, J. 1995. Conularia sp. from the Pyrenees: further support for scyphozoan affinities of the Conularida. Lethaia, 28:229-236.
  53. McKinney, F. K, Galloway, G. M., and McKinney, M. J. 1996. Colony shapes and skes: some life history attributes of encrusting cyclostome bryozoans (Eocene, North Carolina), pp. 179-185. In Gordon, D. P., Smith, A. M. and Grant-Mackie, J. A. (eds), Bryozoans in Space and Time. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand.
  54. McKinney, F. K. 1996. Encrusting organisms on co-occurring disarticulated valves of two marine bivalves: comparison of living assemblages and skeletal residues. Paleobiology, 22:543567.
  55. McKinney, F. K 1996. Determining age of rocks and fossils. In Scotchmoor, J. and McKinney, F. K (eds)' Learning from the fossil record. Paleontological Society Special Papers, 2:115-125.
  56. McKinney, F. K 1996. Some resources on fossils for K-12 teachers and students. In Scotchmoor, J. and McKinney, F. K (eds), Learning from the fossil record. Paleontological Society Special Papers, 2:297-321.
  57. McKinney, F. K and Taylor, P. D. 1997. Life histories of some Mesozoic encrusting cyclostome bryozoans. Paleontology, 40:551-556.
  58. McKinney, F. K 1998. Avicularia-like structures in a Paleozoic fenestrate bryozoan. Journal of Paleontology, 72:819-826.
  59. McKinney, F. K, 2000, Colony sizes and occurrence patterns among Bryozoa encrusting disarticulated bivalves in the northeastern Adriatic Sea, Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the International Bryozoology Association, p. 282-290.
  60. McKinney, F. K, 2000, Phylloporinids and the phylogeny of the Fenestrida, Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the International Bryozoology Association, p. 54-65.
  61. McKinney, F. K and Jaklin, A., 2000, Spatial niche partitioning in the Cellaria meadow epibiont association, northern Adriatic Sea, Cahiers de Biologie Marine, 41:1-17.
  62. McKinney, F. K, 2001. Bryozoa (Paleoecology, pp. 67-69, in Kasunic, R. et al. (eds.j), McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology 2001, McGraw-Hill, New York.
  63. McKinney, F. K, 2001. Chesterian (Carboniferous) Septopora (Order Fenestrida), eastern North America. pp. 283-189, In P.N. Wyse Jackson, C. Butler, and M. Spencer Jones (eds.) Bryozoan Studies 2001. Swets and Zeitlinger, Lisse.
  64. McKinney, F.K and Burdick, D.W., 2001, A rare, larval-founded colony of the bryozoan Archimedes from the Carboniferous of Alabama, Palaeontology, 44:855-859.
  65. McKinney, F.K. and Jaklin, A., 2001, Sediment accumulation in a shallow-water meadow carpeted by a small erect bryozoan, Sedimentary Geology, 145:397-410:
  66. McKinney, F.K., Webb, F., Jr., and McKinney, M.J., 2001, Middle Ordovician infratidal bryozoan-dominated rnicroreefs (Bowen Formation, southwestern Virginia, USA), Memorie di Scienze Geologiche, 53:125-137.
  67. McKinney, F.K., Lidgard, S., and Taylor, P. D., 2001, Macroevolutionary trends: perception depends on the measure used, pp. 348-385, in Jackson, J. B. C., Lidgard, S., and McKinney, F. K. (eds.), 2001, Evolutionary patterns, University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  68. McKinney, F.K. and McKinney, M.J., 2002, Contrasting marine larval settlement patterns imply habitat-seeking behaviors in a fouling and a cryptic species (phylum Bryozoa), Journal of Natural History, 36:487-500.
  69. McKinney, F. K., and McKinney, M. J., 2002, Contrasting marine larval settlement patterns imply habitat-seeking behaviours in a fouling and a cryptic species (phylum Bryozoa): Journal of Natural History, v. 36, no. 4, p. 487-500.
  70. McKinney, F. K., and Taylor, P. D., 2003, Palaeoecology of free-lying domal bryozoan colonies form the upper Eocene of southeastern USA: Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, v. 48, no. 3, p. 447-462.
  71. McKinney, F. K., 2003, Preservation potential and paleoecological significance of epibenthic suspension feeder-dominated benthic communities (northern Adriatic Sea): Palaios, v. 18, no. 1, p. 47.
  72. McKinney, F. K., and Burdick, D. W., 2003, A rare, larval-founded colony of the bryozoan Archimedes from the Carboniferous of Alabama: Palaeontology, v. 44, no. 5, p. 855-859.
  73. McKinney, F. K., and McGhee, G. R., 2003, Evolution of erect helical colony form in the Bryozoa: phylogenetic, functional, and ecological factors: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, v. 80, no. 2, p. 235-260.
  74. McKinney, F. K., Taylor, P. D., and Lidgard, S., 2003, Predation on bryozoans and its reflection in the fossil record, in Kelley, P. H., Kowalewski, M., and Hansen, T. A., eds., Predator-prey interactions in the Fossil Record, p. 239-246.
  75. McKinney, F. K., and Hageman, S. J., 2006, Paleozoic to modern marine ecological shift displayed in the northern Adriatic Sea: Geology, v. 34, p. 881-884.
  76. McKinney, F. K., and Taylor, P. D., 2006, Encrusting community on an Upper Cretaceous erect bryozoan assemblage eastern North America: Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, v. 257, p. 93-102.
  77. McKinney, F. K., and Hageman, S. J., 2007, Crossing the ecological divide; Paleozoic to modern marine ecosystem in the Adriatic Sea: The Sedimentary Record, v. 5, no. 2, p. 4-8.
  78. McKinney, F. K., and Jaklin, A., 2007, Living populations of free-lying bryozoans: implications for post-Paleozoic decline of the growth habit: Lethaia, v. 26, no. 2, p. 171-179.
  79. McKinney, F. K., 2007, Paraboloid colony bases in Paleozoic stenolaemate bryozoans: Lethaia, v. 10, no. 3, p. 209-217.
  80. McKinney, F. K., Delvolv, J. J., and Sobieraj, J., 2007, Conularia sp. from the Pyrenes: further support for scyphozoan affinities of the Conularida: Lethaia, v. 28, no. 3, p. 229-236.
  81. McKinney, F. K., and Gault, H. W., 2007, Paleoenvironment of Late Mississippian fenestrate bryozoans, eastern United States: Lethaia, v. 13, no. 2, p. 127-146.
  82. McKinney, F. K., Listokin, M. R. A., and Phifer, C. D., 2007, Flow and polypide distribution in the cheilostome bryozoan Bugula and their inference in Archimedes: Lethaia, v. 19, no. 1, p. 81-93.
  83. McKinney, F. K., 2008, One hundred million years of competitive interactions between bryozoan clades: asymmetrical but not escalating: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, v. 56, p. 465-481.
  84. McKinney, F. K., 2009, Bryozoan-hydroid symbiosis and a new ichnogenus, Caupokeras: Ichnos, v. 16, p. 193-201.
  85. McKinney, F. K., and Wyse Jackson, P. N., 2010, The tangled core at the heart of the bryozoan suborder phylloporinina: Palaeontology, v. 53, no. 2, p. 441-456.
  86. McKinney, F. K., 2007, Paraboloid colony bases in Paleozoic stenolaemate bryozoans: Lethaia, v. 10, no. 3, p. 209-217.
  87. McKinney, F. K., and Jaklin, A., 2007, Living populations of free-lying bryozoans: implications for post-Paleozoic decline of the growth habit: Lethaia, v. 26, no. 2, p. 171-179.

Junior Authored Papers

  • Banta, W. c., F. K. McKinney and R. J. Zimmer. 1974. Bryozoan monticules: excurrent water - outlets? Science, 185:783-784.
  • Nitecki, M. H. and F. K McKinney. 1975. Cucumulites: a bryozoan, not a sponge. Journal of Paleontology, 49:561-563.
  • Handfield, R. C. and F. K. McKinney. 1975. Form and function in an atypical archaeocyathid. Journal of Paleontology, 49:799-807.
  • Hillmer, G., T. G. Gautier and F. K McKinney. 1975. Budding by intrazooecial fission in the stenolaemate bryozoans Stenoporella.Reptomulticava and Canalipora. Mitteilung der Geologisches Palaontologisches Institut Universitat Hamburg, 44: 123-132.
  • Boardman, R. S. and F. K McKinney. 1976. Skeletal architecture and preserved organs of four-sided zooids in convergent genera of Paleozoic Trepostomata (Bryozoa). Journal of Paleontology 50:35-78.
  • Bearce, D. B. and F. K McKinney. 1977. Archaeocyathids in eastern Alabama: significance to geological interpretation of Coosa deformed belt, Geology, 5:467-470.
  • Cuffey, R. J. and F. K McKinney. 1979. Devonian Bryozoa. Paleontological Association Special Papers in Palaeontology, 23:307-311.
  • Cuffey, R. J. and F. KMcKinney. 1982. Reteporid cheilostome bryozoans from the modern reefs of Enewetak Atoll, and their implications for Paleozoic fenestrate bryozoan paleoecology. Pacific Geology, 16:7-13.
  • Delvolve, J. J. and F. K McKinney. 1983. A Carboniferous bryozoan faunule from the Pyrenees. Senckenbergiana, 64:315-335.
  • Boardman, R. S. and F. K McKinney. 1986. Soft part characters in stenolaemate taxonomy. In Nielsen, e. and G. P. Larwood (eds), Bryozoa Ordovician to Recent, 3544. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark.
  • Tull, J. F., A G. Harris, J. E. Repetski, F. K McKinney, E.B. Garrett and D. N. Bearce. 1988. New paleontologic evidence constraining the age and paleotectonic setting of the Talledega Slate Belt, southern Appalachians. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 100:1291-1299.
  • Jackson, J. B. C. and F. K McKinney. 1991. Ecological processes and progressive macroevolution of marine clonal benthos. P. 173-209, in Ross, R. W. and W. D. Allmon (eds), Causes of evolution: a paleontological perspective. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  • Lidgard, S., F. K McKinney and P. D. Taylor. 1993. Competition, clade replacement and a history of cyclostome and cheilostome bryozoan diversity. Paleobiology, 19:352-371.
  • Cadee, G. C. and F. K McKinney. 1994. A coral-bryozoan association from the Neogene of NW Europe. Lethaia, 27:59-66. .
  • Taylor, P. D. and McKinney, F. K 1996. An archimediform bryozoan from the Eocene of North Carolina. Journal of Paleontology, 70:218-229.
  • Radenbaugh, T. A and McKinney, F. K 1998. Structural stability of Mississippian and modem pen shell assemblages. Palaios,13:52-69
  • McGhee, G. R. Jr. and McKinney, F. K, 2000, A theoretical morphologic analysis of convergently--evolved erect helical colony form in the Bryozoa, Paleobiology, 26:556-577.
  • Sepkoski, J. J. Jr., McKinney, F. K and Lidgard? S., 2000, Competitive displacement among post-Paleozoic cyclostome and cheilostome bryozoans, Paleobiology, 26:7-19.
  • Dewel, R. A, W.E. Dewel, andF, K McKinney, 2001, Diversification of the Metazoa: Ediacarans, colonies and the origin of eumetazoan complexity by nested modularity. Historical Biology, 15:83-118.
  • Taylor, P. D., and McKinney, F. K, 2000, Reinterpretation of Stictostega Shaw, 1967, an Upper Cretaceous cheilostome bryozoan from Arkansas, Journal of Paleontology, 74: 1-6.
  • Taylor, P. D., and McKinney, F. K, 2001. Brooding in the Cretaceous bryozoan 'Stichomicropora and the origin of ovicells in cheilostomes. pp. 307-314. In P.N. Wyse Jackson, C. Butler, and M. Spencer Jones (eds.) Bryozoan Studies 2001. Swets and Zeitlinger, Lisse.
  • McGhee, G. R, and F. K McKinney, 2002, A theoretical morphological analysis of ecomorphologic variation in Archimedes helical colony form. Palaios, 17:556-570.
  • Raup, D. M., McGhee, G. R., Jr., and McKinney, F. K., 2006, Source code for theoretical morphologic simulation of helical colony form in the Bryozoa: Palaeontolgia Electronica, v. 9, no. 2, p. 1-16.
  • Wyse Jackson, P. N., McKinney, F. K., and Bancroft, A. J., 2006, Fenestrate bryozoan genera based on species from Ireland originally described by Frederick M'Coy in 1844: Palaeontology, v. 49, no. 4, p. 741-767.
  • Cadge, G. C., and McKinney, F. K., 2007, A coral-bryozoan association from the Neogene of northwestern Europe: Lethaia, v. 27, no. 1, p. 59-66.
  • Wyse Jackson, McKinney, F.K. and Ernst, A. 2010. Retepora undata M'Coy, 1884, type species of Phylloporella Fredericks 1916, a junior synonym of Chainodictyon Foerste, 1887: A phylloporinid bryozoan from the Mississippian of Ireland redescribed. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 28, p. 53-60.
  • Suáres-Andrés, J.L., and McKinney, F.K. 2010. Revision of the Devonian fenestrate bryozoan genera Cyclopelta Bornemann, 1884 and Pseudoisotrypa Prantl, 1932, with description of a rare fenestrate growth habit. Revista Española de Paleontología, v. 25, no. 2, p. 123- 138.

Field Guides, Book Reviews and Other

  • McKinney, F. K 1971. Bryozoan stratigraphy of the lower Chickamauga Group, Wills Valley, Alabama. Guidebook for the Ninth Annual Field Trip of the Alabama Geological Society, 101-114.
  • McKinney, F. K 1972. The course of evolution, by J. Marvin Weller. Journal of Paleontology 46:931-932. (book review)
  • McKinney, F. K 1974. Animal colonies: development and function through Time. Geotimes, May 1974:31-32. (book review)
  • McKinney, F. K 1994. Uninhabited, or uninhabitable? American Paleontologist, 2:8-10. (meeting, book review)
  • McKinney, F.K, 2001, Describing species, Journal of Natural History, 35:310-311 (book review).

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Boone, NC 28608

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