Tuesday, July 13, 2010

austin


  • Origin and evolution of Cambrian and Ordovician echinoderms: classes, functional morphology, paleoecology, and community structure of early echinoderm faunas.
  • Origin and evolution of Cambrian and Ordovician echinoderms: classes, functional morphology, paleoecology, and community structure of early echinoderm faunas.
  • North American Pliocene-Pleistocene mammalian biostratigraphy.
  • Application of phylogenetic systematics to Quaternary paleontology.
  • Evolution of vertebrate development.
  • Comparative Anatomy and Systematics of living and fossil Amniotes.
  • Cretaceous vertebrates: structure and relationships of Cretaceous dinosaurs and associated faunas of Texas.
  • Paleobiological studies covering many topics are conducted on a cooperative basis with the School of Biological Sciences.
  • Late Cretaceous non-marine of West Texas and Western Interior.
  • Late Triassic to Early Jurassic non-marine faunas of Southwestern U.S.
  • Pleistocene faunal dynamics in the western U.S.
  • Evolutionary morphology of Australian lizards.

http://www.geo.utexas.edu/grad/programs/paleontology.html

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