You Are What You Eat: How Chemistry Informs About Ancient Ecosystems
The fossils of ancient animals contain clues to how they lived. Dr. Robert S. Feranec, Curator of Pleistocene vertebrate paleontology, will discuss how he uses different chemicals in fossilized teeth and bones to understand how and where ancient animals lived, and how that may have changed over time.
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