Volume 2, Number 10 (December 2012)

People: From Dante's Peak to Panama
by Pedro Monarrez

Does a Natural History Museum dialogue with a Science Center?
by Isabel Acero

From Pollen to Forests
by Rebecca Koll

Teaching paleontology: The end of the introductory course in paleontology of Panama
by Catalina Pimiento

Volume 2, Number 9 (November 2012)

People: What are All Hands meeting attendees saying about the event?

International: There is strength in numbers
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Research: Adding pieces to the Isthmus formation puzzle
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Education & Outreach: Knocking down the tower
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Volume 2, Number 8 (October 2012)

People: Understanding past geography
by Camilo Montes

International: MacFadden visits University de Los Andes, Bogotá
by Bruce MacFadden

Research: PCP-PIRE and the Annual Geological Society of America Meeting: Communicating our discoveries to a national audience
by Austin Hendy

Education & Outreach: Talking dietary evolution of horses at the Southwest Florida Fossil Club
by Sean Moran

Volume 2, Number 7 (September 2012)

People: Fascinated by paleontology
by Sharon Holte

International: Getting to know wild cats: A key component for felids conservation in Panama and the Neotropics
by Jorge Luis Pino

Research: Advances in the knowledge of vertebrate paleontology in Panama
by Jorge Luis Pino

Education & Outreach: An outreach experience at Parque Explora, Colombia
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Volume 2, Number 6 (August 2012)

People: Science Education in PCP-PIRE
by Cheryl Mclaughlin

International: California teachers learn paleontology in Panama
by Stacey Falls

International: An experience with decisions for my life
by Lina Pérez Ángel

Research: Discovering ancient environments
by Hannah Riegel

Education & Outreach: Introductory course to Panama's paleontology: A new challenge
by Catalina Pimiento

Volume 2, Number 5 (June-July 2012)

People: Rebecca Koll, new paleobotany PhD student
by Rebecca Koll

International: Recent paleobotany field trip to the Azuero Peninsula
by Luz Helena Oviedo and Fabiany Herrera

Research: Fossil horses and the ancient environments of Panama
by Aaron Wood

Education & Outreach: New K-12 education project
by Jill Holliday

Volume 2, Number 4 (May 2012)

People: Studying Mammals in Panama
by Jorge Luis Pino

International: Looking for fossils: From Western US to the Panama Canal
by Stephanie Lukowski

Research: Panama Canal Rare Earth Element Analyses
by Chanika Symister

Education & Outreach: Teachers from Panama Teach Us the Importance of Public Outreach
by Catalina Pimiento

Education & Outreach: Panama Fossils go to Washington DC
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Volume 2, Number 3 (April 2012)

People: "The seas roll over but the rocks remain” (A.P. Herbert)
by Amanda Waite

International: Living in Panama has been a real blast!
by April Carr

Research: Forty million year old plants from Panama
by Luz Helena Oviedo and Fabiany Herrera

Education & Outreach: High school students collaborate with PCP-PIRE and STRI scientists in the field
by Luz Helena Oviedo and Bruce MacFadden

Volume 2, Number 2 (March 2012)

People: The Natural History of the Pearl Islands: A New Focus for the PIRE
by Nicole Cannarozzi and David Steadman

International: A professor from "Universidad Autónoma de Chiriquí" visits FLMNH
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Research: The Panamanian strait and the probable use of the canal seaway
by Carlos De Gracia

Research: Clumped Isotopes at PCP-PIRE
by Chanika Symister

Education & Outreach: Wildcats of Panama
by Jorge Luis Pino

Volume 2, Number 1 (February 2012)

People: The excitement of being a paleontologist
by Aldo Rincon

International: Researcher from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur visits the PCP-PIRE in Gainesville
by Luz Helena Oviedo

Research: Late Quaternary of the Neotropics: First of the PCP-PIRE Thematic Clusters
by Bruce MacFadden

Education & Outreach: A ride on the Fossil Freeway
by Katherine Hendy