Supporting Scientific Research & Exploration in the Lake Turkana Basin of Northern Kenya

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Sculpting a fossil hunter

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Sculpting a fossil hunter

This past week in paleontology, the students spent time in lab learning how to identify the different bones of many mammalian species, in order to prepare for the [...]

Osteology and FUNctional Morphology

October 15th, 2016|Comments Off on Osteology and FUNctional Morphology

We started the Paleontology module from a broad perspective, making sure to cover a brief history of life on earth as well as the history [...]

Timelines and Phylogenetic Fun!!

October 13th, 2016|Comments Off on Timelines and Phylogenetic Fun!!

So far in the TBI field school, the students learned about the Ecology of the Turkana Basin, understanding how wildlife has greatly impacted the landscape, [...]

Traces of Contention

October 9th, 2016|Comments Off on Traces of Contention

In just two short weeks, the students have learned more about the geology of the Turkana Basin than any of them may have expected. Little [...]

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