This week’s Fossil Friday (the 13th) post features an anthracothere astragalus! This specimen was found in El Lirio Norte of … Continued
I think many people these days are familiar with CT scanning, or its cousin, the MRI, even more so. But many … Continued
As the other interns have previously stated, our trip to Panama over Spring Break was a huge success! Here’s my … Continued
My name is Will Tifft and I am one of the PIRE interns working in invertebrate paleontology. I graduated from … Continued
Application Deadline: 5PM EST on March 9, 2015 Are you interested in a geology and paleontology? How about traveling to … Continued
We would like to welcome the Fall 2014 cohort of PCP-PIRE field interns back to the Florida Museum of Natural … Continued
The first project I got started on at FLMNH was preparing a fossil dugong from the Culebra formation of the … Continued
Sean Moran recently traveled to Santa Cruz, CA to work with high school teachers developing lesson plans incorporating paleontology. Read … Continued
It’s already Thursday and I am just sitting down to write about the conversations I’ve been having with teachers and … Continued
Stop by the poster hall tonight to meet with Victor Perez and hear him explain about his fossil sharks!
Large scale trends in the Phanerozoic using abundance data. Standing room only!
Michal Kowalewski of the FLMNH presents on his research on the Po Plain in Italy. Troy Dexter, former FLMNH Postdoc, … Continued
Brendan Anderson, who traveled to Panama with Austin Hendy last spring, is presenting on his research on turritellid snails – … Continued
This morning’s extinction session at GSA 2014 brings together geologists, including Gerta Keller and Walter Alvarez, trying to decipher the … Continued