Cenozoic paleontology, paleobotany, analytical geochemistry
During the past 40 years, I've worked on a wide variety of research projects. In recent decades, my primary interest has been Cenozoic paleontology and paleobotany. I am particularly interested in using analytical geochemistry and electron microscopy to study fossilization processes. Track fossils have also been a research interest. I retired in 2014, but remain at W.W.U. as a Research Associate.
Mustoe, G.E., 2019. Lower Eocene footprints from northwestern Washington, USA: Part 1: reptile tracks: Geosciences, v. 9(321), 1-19.
Friedman, V., Santiago-Bay, J.A., Vega, F., Serrano, M., Mustoe, G.E., and Lamber, J.B., 2019. Upper Cretaceous Texas amber: Its first biological inclusions. 8th International Conference on Fossil Insects, Arthropods, and Amber, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, April 7-13, 2019. Abstracts, p. 26.
Mustoe, G.E., Viney, M., and Mills, J., 2019. Mineralogy of Eocene fossil wood from the "Blue Forest" locality, southwestern Wyoming, United States: Geosciences, v. 9(35), 1-26.
Mustoe, G. E., 2018. Les fossiles du genre Hydrangea: Journal de l'Association Shamrock, v. 29, 10-13.
Mustoe, G.E., and Abbassi, N., 2018. Jurassic arthropod tracks from northern Iran: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 508, 176-187.
Mustoe, G.E., 2018. Non-mineralized fossil wood. Geosciences, v. 8(223), 1-30.
Mustoe, G. E., 2018. Mineralogy of non-silicified fossil wood. Geosciences, vol. 8(3), 1-32.
Mustoe, G.E., 2018. Biogenic weathering: solubilization of iron from minerals by epilithic freshwater algae and cyanobacteria. Microorganisms, v. 6(8), 1-22.
Mustoe, G.E., 2017. Wood petrifaction: a new view of permineralization and replacement. Geosciences, v. 7(119), 1-17.
Viney, M., Mustoe, G.E.,Dillhoff, T.A., and Link, P.K. 2017. The Bruneau Woodpile: a Miocene phosphatized fossil wood locality in southwestern Idaho, USA. Geosciences, v. 7((82), 1-25.
Mustoe, G.E., and Viney, M., 2017. Mineralogy of Paleocene petrified wood from Cherokee Ranch Fossil Forest, central Colorado, USA. Geosciences, v. 7(23), 1-22.
Mustoe, G.E., and Acosta, 2016. Origin of petrified wood color: Geosciences, v. 6(25), 1-24.
Viney, M., Dietrich, D., Mustoe, G., Link, P., Lampke, T., Gotze, J., and Rossler, R., 2016. Multi-stage silicification of Pliocene wood: Re-examination of an 1895 discovery from Idaho, USA: Geosciences, v. 6(21), 1-20.
Mustoe, G.E., 2016. Density and loss on ignition as indicators of the fossilization of silicified wood: AWA Journal, v. 37, 98-111.
Mustoe, G.E., 2015. Late Tertiary petrified wood from Nevada, USA; Evidence of multiple silicification pathways: Geosciences, v. 5, 286-309.
Rajkumar, H.S., Mustoe, G.E., Khiadem, K.S., and Soibam, I., 2015. Crocodylian tracks from lower Oligocene flysch deposits of the Barail Group, Mapinpur, India: Ichnos, v. 22, 122-131.
Hellawell, J., Ballhaus, C., Gee, C.T., Mustoe, G.E., Nagel, T.J., Wirth, R., Rethemeyer, J., Tomaschek, F., Geisler, T., Greef, K., and Mansfield, T., 2015. Incipient silicification of recent conifer wood at a Yellowstone hot spring: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 149, 79-87.
Mustoe, G.E., 2015. Geologic history of Eocene Stonerose Fossil Beds, Republic, Washington, USA: Geosciences, v. 5, 243-263.
Mustoe, G.E., and Leopold, E.B., 2014. Paleobotanical evidence for the post-Miocene uplift of the Cascade Range: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 51, 809-824.
Yancey, T.E., Mustoe, G.E., Leopold, E.B., and Heizler, M.T., 2012. Mudflow disturbance in latest Miocene forests in Lewis County, Washington: Palaios, v. 28, 342-358.
Mustoe, G.E., and Hopkins, D.Q., 2013. Mammal and bird tracks from the Eocene Puget Group, northwest Washington, USA: Ichnos, v. 6, 36-42.
Mustoe, G.E., Tucker, D.S, and Kemplin, K.L., 2012. Giant Eocene bird tracks from northwest Washington, USA: Palaeontology, v. 55, 1293-1305.
Mustoe, G.E., 2011. Cyclic sedimentation in the Eocene Allenby Formation of south-central British Columbia and the origin of the Princeton Chert fossil beds: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 48, 25-43.
Mustoe, G.E., 2010. Biogenic origin of coastal honeycomb weathering: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 35, 424-434.
Mustoe, G.E., 2008. Mineralogy and geochemistry of late Eocene silicified wood from Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado: In Meyer, H.W, and Smith, D.M., eds. Paleontology of the Upper Eocene Florissant Formation, Colorado: Geological Society of America Special Paper 435, 127-140.
Young, J.L., Meyer, H.W., and Mustoe, G.E., 2008. Conservation of an Eocene petrified forest at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument: Investigation of strategies and techniques for stabilizing in situ fossil stumps. In Meyer, H.W, and Smith, D.M., eds. Paleontology of the Upper Eocene Florissant Formation, Colorado: Geological Society of America Special Paper 435, 141-157.
Mustoe, G.E., 2007, Coevolution of cycads and dinosaurs: Cycad Newsletter, v. 30, 6-9.
Mustoe, G.E., Dillhoff, R.M., and Dillhoff, T.A., 2007. Geology and paleontology of the early Tertiary Chuckanut Formation, In Stelling, P., and Tucker, D.S., eds., Floods, Faults, and Fire: Geological Field Trips in Washington State and Southwest British Columbia: Geological Society of America Field Guide 9, 121-135.
McDonald, H.G., White, R.S., Lockley, M.G., and Mustoe, G.E., 2007. An indexed bibliography of Cenozoic vertebrate tracks. In Lucas, S.G., Spielman,J.A., and Lockley, M.G., eds., Cenozoic Vertebrate Tracks and Traces: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 42, 275-302.
Mustoe, G.E., 2005. Diatomaceous origin of siliceous shale in Eocene lake beds of central British Columbia: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 42, 231-241.
Mustoe, G.E., Harington, C.R., and Morlan, R.E., 2005. Cedar Hollow, an early Holocene faunal site from Whidbey Island, Washington: Western North American Naturalist, v. 65, 429-440.
Mustoe, G.E., 2002. Eocene Ginkgo leaf fossils from the Pacific Northwest: Canadian Journal of Botany, v. 80, 1078-1087.
Mustoe, G.E., 2002. Eocene bird, reptile, and mammal tracks from the Chuckanut Formation, northwest Washington: Palaios, v. 17, 403-413.