Timothy H. Heaton
Historical geology, paleontology, dinosaurs, energy, the evolution/creation debate, history and philosophy of science
Ice Age faunas of North America, patterns of evolution in the fossil record
- Ph D, Geological Sciences, Harvard University, 1988
- MS, Geology, Brigham Young University, 1984
- BS, Geology, Brigham Young University, 1983
- Paleontological resources of Ragged Cave, neary Ely, Nevada, Humbolt National Forest, (2011 - 2011)
- Gilleland, T., Taylor, S. J., Szukalski, B., Deveny, S., Heaton, T., (2012), Caves Resources of the Schell Range and Northern Snake Range, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, White Pine County, Nevada, A report submitted to Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, p. 257 pages.
- Smith, J., Heaton, T., (2012), Tongass Site Inventory Record: Lawyer's Cave (PET-482), Petersburg Ranger District, Tongass National Forest, p. 20 pages.
Awards and Honors:
- South Dakota Regents Award for Research, University of South Dakota, 2001
- Heaton, T. (2012, April). Brands of Creationism. Presented at the Cultivating Questions Forum, USD, Vermillion, SD.
- Heaton, T. (2011, September). Can Christianity be Reconciled With Evolution?. Presented at the Humanities Research Forum, USD School of Business.
- Heaton, T. (2011, March). The Great Nuclear Dilemma. Presented at the International Forum, Fraber Hall, USD.