Introducing the TBI geoBlog

|Introducing the TBI geoBlog
The TBI geoBlog brings a geographic context to our blog posts.
Ever wonder where many of the most significant fossils of our earlient human ancestors were found? Curious about where in the world current research is taking place? The TBI geoBlog puts the latest news and events in the field of human evolution research in a global context.

Ever wonder where many of the most significant fossils of our earlient human ancestors were found? Curious about where in the world current research is taking place? The TBI geoBlog puts the latest news and events in the field of human evolution research in a global context.

The TBI geoBlog brings a geographic context to our blog posts.

Turkanabasin.org has now included geospatial information to its blog posts to create the new TBI geoBlog. Now, as well as viewing our latest posts in a traditional blog layout, visitors to our site have the option to view information about the latest TBI news and events in a Google Map or Google Earth layout to gain a better sense of the geographical regions in which occur the broad range and variety of research projects facilitated by TBI.

Current geoBlog posts include recent TBI events, research updates from scientists working in the area, and the latest developments at TBI’s research facilities in Kenya. We encourage you to visit the geoBlog frequently as our scientists and researchers will be posting new content regularly:

http://turkanabasin.org/geoblog

By | 2017-01-04T18:05:47+00:00 January 19th, 2010|General|Comments Off on Introducing the TBI geoBlog

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