UNLV professor Joshua Bonde is photographed September 13, 2013 at the Natural History Museum. (Aaron Mayes / UNLV Photo Services) Client: COLLEGE OF SCIENCES, MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

Joshua Bonde

Assistant Professor in Residence

Paleontology Research Associate, Nevada State Museum ,Carson City Board of Directors, Director of Conservation and Research, Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Vertebrate Paleontology, Clastic Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Taphonomy

Office: LFG 123
Phone:
(702) 895-1774
Email: joshua.bonde@unlv.edu

lvnhm.org

http://museums.nevadaculture.org/nsmcc

Education:

BS in Biology University of Nevada Reno
MS in Earth Sciences Montana State University Bozeman
PhD in Geoscience University of Nevada Las Vegas

Research interests:

I am a vertebrate paleontologist and clastic sedimentologist and stratigrapher. My research focus is using the ecology of extinct organisms as Earth surface proxies to help interpret paleotectonics and paleogeography of western North America. I currently have projects spanning from the Antler orogeny through the early Holocene. In addition to my research, I am very active in informal science education via my affiliation with regional museums.

Papers:

Rowland, S.M. and Bonde, J.W., 2015, Paleontology and paleoclimatology of Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument and adjacent Nevada State Park land, in Reynolds, R.E. ed., Mojave Miocene, California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, Fullerton, p. 301-309.

Bonde, J.W., Hilton, R.P., Jackson, F.D., and Druschke, P.A., 2015, Fauna of the Newark Canyon Formation (Lower Cretaceous), east-central Nevada, in Pennell, W. and Garside, L. eds., 2015 Geological Society of Nevada Symposium Volume, p. 139-150.

Hardy, F.C. and Bonde, J.W., 2015, Stomping around the Sump: Miocene pygmy gomphothere from Esmeralda County, Nevada, in 2015 Geological Society of Nevada Symposium Volume.

Bonde, J.W. and Milner A.R.C. eds., 2012, Field Guide for the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, Nevada State Museum Paleontological Papers Number 1, 230p.

Bonde, J.W., Varricchio, D.J., Bryant, G., and Jackson, F.D., 2012, Mesozoic Vertebrate Paleontology of Valley of Fire State Park, Clark County, Nevada, in Bonde, J.W. and Milner, A.R.C. eds., Field Guide for the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, Nevada State Museum Paleontological Papers Number 1, p. 108-126.

Courses taught:

GEOL 100: Natural Disasters
GEOL 101: Physical Geology
GEOL 102: Historical Geology
GEOG 103: Physical Geography
GEOL 104X: Dinosaurs
GEOL 301: Fossil Record
GEOL 302: Paleontology Lab
GEOL 372: Advanced Field Geology
GEOL 770: Sedimentary Basins
GEOL 795: Posters and Time Management