John H. Whitmore got a bachelors of science degree (geology) from Kent State university in 1985 and then, in 1991, went on to get his master’s (also in geology) from the Institute for Creation Research. In 2003 he got his PhD
(Biology, Paleontology emphasis) from Loma Linda University. He currently is a Associate Professor of Geology at Cedarville university. 
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- Whitmore, L BRAND, and Buchheim. 2002. Implications of modern fish taphonomy for the preservation states and depositional environments of fossil fish, Fossil Butte Member, Green River formation, Southwestern Wyoming. GSA Denver Annual Meeting. Abstract. Paper No. 244-8.
- Whitmore. 2003. A novel method to determine relative lake depth using vertical and lateral trends in fish taphonomy (Green River formation, Fossil Butte Member, Wyoming). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 35, No. 6, September 2003.
- Whitmore. 2005. Sandstone clast breccias, homogenized sand, and sand intrusions: evidence of substratal liquefaction in the basal Coconino Sandstone (Permian), Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 37, No. 7, p. 440.
- Whitmore, An alternative to the mud crack origin for sand-filled cracks at the base of the Coconino Sandstone, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2004 Denver Annual Meeting (November 7–10, 2004), Paper No. 20-13.