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Stephanie Drumheller-Horton - How to Make a Dinosaur Mummy: Applying Forensic Principles to a Paleontological Quandry.

Stephanie Drumheller-Horton
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of Tennessee
Geology Colloquium - GG Building 200A or via Zoom

Speaker: Stephanie Drumheller-Horton

Bio: Dr. Stephanie Drumheller is a lecturer in the University of Tennessee Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. She received her PhD from the University of Iowa in 2013. She is interested in understanding the evolution and behavior of archosaurs, especially theropod dinosaurs, crocodylians, and their closest fossil relatives. Her research brings together ichnology (the study of behavioral traces) and taphonomy (the study of all the processes that move, modify, or destroy remains after death) to ask questions about diet, feeding strategy, and preservation in the fossil record.

Host: Steve Holland

This is a hybrid event, if you are unable to join us in person please join via zoom. 
Meeting ID: 997 2477 2096
Note: A password is required to join this meeting. Please call the Geology office (706-542-2652) and speak with a representative to obtain the code. Alternatively, a code request can be made to UGA Geology.
Dakota's Tail (3.5 MB)

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