Lauren Birgenheier portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Geology & Geophysics
  • Associate Professor, Geology & Geophysics


  • Spanish, Functional.


  • Vanden Berg, M.D. (date unknown). Evaluation of the Upper Green River Formation’s oil shale resource in the Uinta Basin, Utah. (pp. 59-86). Utah Oil Shale: Science, Technology, and Policy Perspectives, CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group. Accepted, .
  • Hobbs, D.J. (date unknown). Unconventional Petroleum System Analysis using a 3D Basin Model: Mancos Shale, Uinta Basin, Utah. (pp. 417-453). Geology of Utah’s Uinta Basin and Uinta Mountains: Utah Geological Association Publication 44. Accepted, .
  • Rosenberg, M.J. (date unknown). Facies, stratigraphic architecture, and lake evolution of the oil shale bearing Green River Formation, eastern Uinta Basin, Utah. (pp. 211-249). Stratigraphy and Paleolimnogeology of the Eocene Green River Formation, Springer. Accepted, .
  • Fielding, C.R. (date unknown). A field guide to the Cretaceous succession of the western Henry Mountains Syncline, south-central Utah. Geology of South-Central Utah, Utah Geological Association Publication 39. Accepted, .
  • Birgenheier, L.P. (date unknown). Carbonate mud deposited below storm wave base: a critical review. The Sedimentary Record. Vol. 16, 4-10. Accepted, .
  • Myrow, P.M. (date unknown). Flat-pebble conglomerate: its multiple origins and relationship to meter-scale depositional cycles. Sedimentology. Vol. 51, 973-996. Accepted, .
  • Moore S.A. (date unknown). Facies heterogeneity and source potential of carbonate-mudstone-dominated distal ramp deposits, Agrio Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina. Journal of Sedimentary Research. Vol. 90, 533-560. Accepted, .
  • Birgenheier L.P. (date unknown). Climate impact on fluvial-lake system evolution, Eocene Green River Formation, Uinta Basin, Utah, USA. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. Vol. 132, 562-587. Accepted, .
  • Melstrom, E. (date unknown). Stratigraphic architecture of climate-influenced hyperpycnal mouthbars. Sedimentology. Vol. 68, 1598-1605. Accepted, .
  • Montanez, I.P. (date unknown). CO2-forced climate instability and linkages to tropical vegetation during late Paleozoic deglaciation. Science. Vol. 315, 87-91. Accepted, .