M.S. (Museum Studies),
University of Colorado at Boulder
Gustavus Adolphus College
Smith, D.M., Moe, A.P., 2007. "Taphonomy of Diptera in a
Lacustrine Environment: A case study from the Florrisant Fossil
Beds, Colorado.” Palaios, v.22, p 629-629.
Moe, A.P., Smith, D.M., 2005. "Using pre-Quaternary Diptera
as indicators of paleoclimate", Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 221,
Moe-Hoffman, A.P., IN PRESS. Animals of Costa Rica; A
bilingual activity book for children. Instituto Nacional de
Biologia (INBI), Heredia, Costa Rica.
Solicited Articles and Presentations:
Moe, A.P., 2006. “Taphonomy of Diptera in the Lacustrine
Deposits of the Florissant Formation (Eocene) Colorado”, GSA
Programs with Abstracts, Session No. 122, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 306.
2006. “Evolution of the Insects: A Review” American Paleontologist.
2005. “The fascinating world of fossil insects: A brief look at the
Florissant Formation”, American Paleontologist 13(1).
2004. “Caring for fossils”, MAPS Digest, 27 (3), p. 121-124.
Smith, D.M., Cook, A., 2003. “Near shore or off shore?
Reconstructing the depositional setting of an ancient lake
assemblage in Stewart Valley (Miocene) Nevada”, GSA Programs with
Abstracts, Session No. 220-1, 2003.
2003. “Everything you ever wanted to know about insects: A Review of
the History of Insects by Rasnitsyn and Quicke”, American
Paleontologist, 11 (2).
and Smith, D.M., “Using fossilized Diptera from the Florissant
Formation as paleoenvironmental indicators” GSA Annual Meeting
Abstracts with Programs, Session No. 46-6, 2002.
and Brown, S., “A fossiliferous till in New Ulm Minnesota.”
North-central GSA Programs with Abstracts, Poster Session, 1998.
Moe, A.P., Mann, J., and Palmsted, M., “Quaternary stratigraphy
of the big bend area of the Minnesota River
Valley in Mankato, Minnesota.” North-central GSA Programs with
Abstracts, Poster Session, 1997.