Quaternary Paleoecology

A huge welcome to Katherine Slenker, new PhD student!

Katherine just finished her master’s degree at Oklahoma State, and she will be joining SEPL to study adaptations to aridity ...
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How have African trait-environment relationships changed over time?

Check out this article about our latest grant! We will study fossils in Africa to forecast how humans and climate ...
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Julia Schap Visits Berkeley

Kudos to Julia for a very successful collections visit to the Berkeley Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and University of California ...
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Congrats to PhD Candidate Julia Schap!!

A huge congratulations to Julia, who passed her qualifying exams today to become a PhD Candidate! Her proposal is super ...
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Congratulations to postdoc Yue Wang…

… who published her final dissertation chapter this week! Read her paper, entitled “Caught in a bottleneck: habitat loss for ...
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African Herbivore Biodiversity Change Over Time

Danny gave a lightning talk at the GT’s Global Change Action Symposium. Watch it here! ...
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Fossil Fridays!!

have concluded for the Fall Semester. They will be starting back January 17 2:30 – 4:30 pm Fossil Fridays (formerly ...
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Fossil Wednesdays Will Resume Fall Semester

Fossil Wednesdays have ended for the Summer. We are trying to submit some papers & get some excellent work done ...
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Woah. Fossils

Fossil Wednesdays Begin Again!

Fossil Wednesdays!  will resume January 23, 2019 3-5 pm 326 Cherry Emerson Building, Georgia Tech Resuming January 23rd: become a ...
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David B. Jones funds Natural Trap Cave field work

In collaboration with Julie Meachen (Des Moines University), we have received funding to conduct two more seasons of field work ...
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