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Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Dr. Julia Clarke
Julia A. Clarke is John A. Wilson Professor in Vertebrate Paleontology at the Jackson School of Geosciences, the University of Texas at Austin, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor. She has published over 100 papers including 14 in the journals Nature and Science. Dr. Clarke is interested in how new structures and functions arise in deep time with a focus on the evolution of dinosaurs, including birds. She runs an international field program in paleontology (e.g., in Antarctica, South America, Asia) and leads highly interdisciplinary collaborative teams integrating data on living animals to ask new questions of the fossil record. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Humboldt Foundation, The National Geographic Society, Explorers Club, AAAS and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and has been covered by NPR’s Science Friday, the New York Times, Washington Post, National Geographic Magazine, NOVA and other outlets. She is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, American Ornithological Society, and The Anatomical Society. She received her degrees from Brown University (B.A.) and Yale University (Ph.D.).
Voices from the past: How we approach estimation of acoustic characteristics of extinct animals
Thursday, November 19, 2020
This was the more technical science talk by Dr. Julia Clarke.
It was not recorded.
Sponsored by Oregon State University College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences