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Research Scientist, Museum of Paleontology;Research Scientist, Earth and Environmental Sciences;Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology;Assistant Professor, Residential College
Office Location(s): 108 Museums Annex
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Mammalian assemblages vary widely in taxonomic diversity and ecological structure along global and regional environmental gradients. My goals are to document variation in ecological diversity of mammalian faunas over time and space and to evaluate the biological and geohistorical causes of these gradients. I study geographic variation in modern mammalian faunas in relation to their environmental context and variation over time and among regions for mammalian paleofaunas from the fossil record. Field work has focused on long Neogene records in the Siwalik sequence of Pakistan and in the Basin and Range Province of western North America. Additional interests include taphonomy of vertebrate assemblages, especially in fluvial systems, and isotope ecology of modern and fossil mammals.
Museum of Paleontology
The University of Michigan1109 Geddes Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI