Carrie Schweitzer

Carrie Schweitzer

Geology
Professor
Campus:
Stark
Office Hours:
Kent Campus Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9 am – 12 am, or by appointment. Stark Campus Office: 023G Science & Nursing, Phone: (330) 244-3303 (on any campus call ext. 5-3303)
Contact Information
Phone:
330-244-3303
Fax:
330-672-7949

Biography

I have conducted field work and museum work in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. I conduct research at the Kent Campus and teach introductory geology courses at the Kent State University Campus at Stark, in North Canton, Ohio.

I have concentrated on the areas of the taxonomy, systematics, and evolution of the fossil decapod crustaceans, the shrimp, lobsters, and crabs. I have worked particularly on the Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Eocene groups, but my work has spanned the full range of the decapod Crustacea. I have also worked on the paleobiogeography and paleoecology of these animals. I have worked on decapod faunas from North America, the Caribbean, Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, Asia and eastern Europe.

Education

Ph.D. Applied Geology, Kent State University, 2000, M.S. Geology, Kent State University, 1996, B.A. Biology, Hiram College, 1993

Expertise

Decapods, Crustacea, Invertebrate Paleontology, Evolution, Taxonomy, Geology

Publications

  • Schweitzer, C. E., R. M. Feldmann, and H. Karasawa. 2020. Part R, Revised. Volume 1. Systematic descriptions: Superfamily Parthenopoidea. Treatise Online, 131
  • Schweitzer, C. E., R. M. Feldmann, and H. Karasawa. 2020. Part R, Revised. Volume 1. Systematic descriptions: Superfamily Eriphioidea. Treatise Online, 132
  • . Feldmann, R. M., C. E. Schweitzer, and J. Haggart. 2020. A new erymoid lobster (Decapoda: Glypheidea) from the Upper Cretaceous Nanaimo Group, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Crustacean Biology
  • Clark, N. D. L., R. M. Feldmann, F. R. Schram, and C. E. Schweitzer. 2020. Redescription of Americlus rankini (Cyclida, Americlidae) and interpretation of its systematic placement, morphology, and paleoecology. Journal of Crustacean Biology
  • Mychko, E. V., R. M. Feldmann, C. E. Schweitzer, and A. S. Alekseev. 2019. New genus of Cyclidae (Crustacea) from Lower Carboniferous (Viséan) of Russia and England ...Russia. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen, 294:81-90.
  • Feldmann, R. M., and C. E. Schweitzer. 2019. The oldest fossil axiid (Decapoda: Pleocyemata: Axiidea), from the Late Devonian (Famennian) Chagrin Shale Member of the Ohio Shale, USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 39: 724-728
  • Feldmann, R. M., and C. E. Schweitzer. 2019. The enigmatic Cyclidae (Pancrustacea): morphological terminology and family-level classification. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 39: 617-633.
  • Key, M., Jr., and C. E. Schweitzer. 2019. Coevolution of arthropod basibiont diversity and encrusting bryozoans epibiont diversity? Lethaia
  • Schweitzer, C. E., R. M. Feldmann, G. Phillips and A. Armstrong. 2019. Cretaceous Decapoda (Crustacea) from Mississippi, USA. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen, 293: 145-197
  • Schweitzer, C. E., R. M. Feldmann, and M. M. Schinker. 2019. A new species of Cyclida (Multicrustacea; Halicynidae) from the Triassic of The Netherlands. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen, 293:67-71

Affiliations

Geological Society of America, Paleontological Society (US), Crustacean Society, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Sigma Xi, Palaeontological Society (UK), Paleontological Research Institute

Awards/Achievements

  • Fellow, Paleontological Society, 2018
  • President’s Faculty Excellence Award, Spring 2017
  • Fellow, Geological Society of America, May 2016
  • Outstanding Research and Scholarship Award, Kent State University, 2013
  • AWG (Association of Women Geologists) Distinguished Lecturer, 2011-2015

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