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PaleoBios is now online!
Volume 32, Issue 1, 2015 features a new article by Dr. Bill Clemens
Scanning Electron Microscope images of California oak pollen help grad student Winnie Hsiung differentiate between oak species, something not possible with Light Microscopy.
Grad student Dori Contreras continues her studies of an exceptional Late Cretaceous flora in New Mexico.
Grad student Rosemary Romero is looking at reproduction in algae to learn more about the causes and predictability of green tides.
During Spring Break, Assistant Professors Seth Finnegan and Cindy Looy took a group of UCMP grad students and staff on a geological and paleontological trip to see select southern California localities.
When the Bearded Lady Project crew came to Berkeley, they were expecting to find four women paleontologists. They were surprised, but pleased, to find 24!
Yes, there are fossils in the Campanile — five floors of them in fact — and in this centennial year of Sather Tower, many of them are the subject of research and curation projects.
The museum plugs paleontology at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Tony Barnosky is featured in a number of new resources on global change and mass extinctions through time.
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