William C. Johnson
William C. Johnson
Professor of Geography, University of Kansas
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The do's and don'ts of early moral development: Psychoanalytic tradition and current research
RN Emde, WF Johnson, MA Easterbrooks
The emergence of morality in young children, 245-276, 1987
1721987
Origin and paleoclimatic significance of late Quaternary loess in Nebraska: evidence from stratigraphy, chronology, sedimentology, and geochemistry
DR Muhs, EA Bettis III, JN Aleinikoff, JP McGeehin, J Beann, G Skipp, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 120 (11-12), 1378-1407, 2008
1402008
Variation in radiocarbon ages of soil organic matter fractions from late Quaternary buried soils
CW Martin, WC Johnson
Quaternary Research 43 (2), 232-237, 1995
1321995
Recognition of emotion from vocal cues
WF Johnson, RN Emde, KR Scherer, MD Klinnert
Archives of General Psychiatry 43 (3), 280-283, 1986
1231986
Isotopic and rock magnetic expression of environmental change at the Pleistocene–Holocene transition in the central Great Plains
WC Johnson, KL Willey
Quaternary International 67 (1), 89-106, 2000
982000
Thermoluminescence and new 14C age estimates for late Quaternary loesses in southwestern Nebraska
PB Maat, WC Johnson
Geomorphology 17 (1-3), 115-128, 1996
801996
Isotopic evidence for the diversity of late Quaternary loess in Nebraska: Glaciogenic and nonglaciogenic sources
JN Aleinikoff, DR Muhs, EA Bettis III, WC Johnson, CM Fanning, R Benton
Geological Society of America Bulletin 120 (11-12), 1362-1377, 2008
702008
Maternal perception of infant emotion from birth through 18 months
WF Johnson, RN Emde, BJ Pannabecker, CR Stenberg, MH Davis
Infant behavior and Development 5 (2-4), 313-322, 1982
671982
High-resolution proxy record of Holocene climate from a loess section in southwestern Nebraska, USA
X Miao, JA Mason, WC Johnson, H Wang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 245 (3-4), 368-381, 2007
662007
Loess record of the Pleistocene–Holocene transition on the northern and central Great Plains, USA
JA Mason, X Miao, PR Hanson, WC Johnson, PM Jacobs, RJ Goble
Quaternary Science Reviews 27 (17-18), 1772-1783, 2008
642008
Late Quaternary environmental change inferred from phytoliths and other soil-related proxies: Case studies from the central and southern Great Plains, USA
CE Cordova, WC Johnson, RD Mandel, MW Palmer
Catena 85 (2), 87-108, 2011
522011
Late-Quaternary landscape response to environmental change in south-central Kansas
AF Arbogast, WC Johnson
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 88 (1), 126-145, 1998
521998
Climatic signals from loess-soil sequences in the central Great Plains, USA
ZD Feng, WC Johnson, Y Lu, PA Ward
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 110 (3), 345-358, 1994
521994
Megadroughts and late Holocene dune activation at the eastern margin of the Great Plains, north-central Kansas, USA
PR Hanson, AF Arbogast, WC Johnson, RM Joeckel, AR Young
Aeolian Research 1 (3-4), 101-110, 2010
512010
A preliminary analysis of opal phytoliths from the Eustis ash pit, Frontier County, Nebraska
GG Fredlund, WC Johnson, W Dort Jr
Institute for Tertiary-Quaternary Studies-TER-QUA Symposium series 1, 147-162, 1985
511985
A review of Great Plains dune field chronologies
AF Halfen, WC Johnson
Aeolian Research 10, 135-160, 2013
462013
Geoarchaeology of the Kansas River basin, central Great Plains
WC Johnson, B Logan
Archaeological Geology of North America 4, 267-299, 1990
461990
Loess accumulation and soil formation in central kansas, United States, during the past 400 000 years
ZD Feng, WC Johnson, DR Sprowl, Y Lu
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 19 (1), 55-67, 1994
441994
Quaternary geology of the osage plains and interior highlands
RF Madole, CR Ferring, MJ Guccione, SA Hall, WC Johnson, ...
The Geology of North America 2, 503-546, 1991
411991
Factors affecting the magnetic susceptibility of a loess-soil sequence, Barton County, Kansas, USA
ZD Feng, WC Johnson
Catena 24 (1), 25-37, 1995
401995
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