Patrick Spencer, Professor of Geology
Spencer, Patrick K. and Charles A. Ross, 1997: Black Prince Limestone and its Foraminifers, Upper Mississippian-Lower Pennsylvanian, S.E. Arizona and S.W. New Mexico IN C.A. Ross, J.R.P. Ross and P.L. Brenckle (eds.), Late Paleozoic Foraminifera; their biostratigraphy, evolution, and paleoecology, and the Mid-Carboniferous boundary, Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, Special Publication 36.
Spencer, Patrick Kevin, 1997: The Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses in Undergraduate Education with an Example of its Application and Misapplication, Doug Sherman (ed.), in Geology 98/99, First Edition, McGraw Hill, Dubuque, Iowa.
Spencer, Patrick Kevin, 1997: The Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses in Earth Science Education with an Example of its Application and Misapplication. Journal of Geoscience Education, V. 45, p. 123.
Spencer, Patrick K. and Robert J. Carson, 1995: The Enterprise Gravel: The ancestral Wallowa River and neotectonism in northeastern Oregon. Northwest Science, vol. 69, no. 1, p. 60-71.
Spencer, Patrick K., 1993: The "coprolites" that aren't: the straight poop on specimens from the Miocene of southwestern Washington State. ICHNOS, v. 2, p. 1-6.
Spencer, Patrick K., 1989: A small mammal fauna from the Touchet Beds of Walla Walla County, Washington: Support for the multiple flood hypothesis. Northwest Science, v. 63, no. 4, p. 167-174.
Rensberger, John M., Anthony Barnosky, and Patrick Spencer, 1984: Geology and Paleontology of a Pleistocene to Holocene Loess Succession, Benton County, Washington. Eastern Washington University Reports in Archaeology and History, report 100-39, 105p.
Spencer, P.K., 1983b: Depositional environment of some Eocene strata near Quilcene, Washington, based on trace, micro, and macro fossils and lithologic associations in D.K. and R.J. Steel, eds., SEPM Symposium, Sacramento, California. p. 233-239.
Spencer, P.K., 1983a: Age and paleoecology of marine siltstones exposed on the Bolton Peninsula near Quilcene, Jefferson County, Washington in Cenozoic Marine Sedimentation, Pacific Margin, USA. Larue, D.K. and R.J. Steel, eds., SEPM Symposium, Sacramento, California. p. 197-203.