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Clemens Lab Members


CURRENT

GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Greg Wilson
Mammalian turnover at the K/T boundary.
Paleobiogeography of Cretaceous mammals.

Matt Wedel
Vertebral pneumaticity in sauropod dinosaurs. Archosaur development.(co-advised by K. Padian)

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:

Benjamin Friedman
Natasha Beranek



FORMER

RECENT Ph.D. STUDENTS:

Thomas A. Stidham. The origin and ecological diversification of modern birds: evidence from the extinct wading ducks, Presbyornithidae (Neornithes: Anseriformes). 2001. UMI #3044699.(Current position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Laboratory for Human Evolutionary Studies, University of California, Berkeley)

Anne I. Weil. Multituberculate phylogeny and mammalian biogeography in the Late Cretaceous and earliest Paleocene Western Interior of North America. 1999. (Current position: Research Associate, Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University)

Jessica M. Theodor. Functional morphology and phylogenetic relationships of Paleogene Artiodactyls. 1996. (Current position: Assistant Curator of Paleontology, Illinois State Museum)

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