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John  Kappelman
John Kappelman, Ph.D.
Professor
Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office: 512-471-0055
E-mail: jkappelman@mail.utexas.edu

EXPERTISE
Evolutionary history of primates and especially hominoid evolution and hominid origins, paleoecology, functional morphology, stratigraphy, paleomagnetism, and computer imaging
Timothy Rowe
Timothy Rowe, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Geological Sciences
Jackson School of Geosciences

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office: 512-471-1725 512-232-5512
E-mail: rowe@mail.utexas.edu

EXPERTISE
Paleontology; vertebrate morphology; developmental biology; digital technologies; X-ray computed tomographic scanning
 
James Sprinkle, Ph.D.
The First Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Yager Professor
Department of Geological Sciences
Jackson School of Geosciences

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office: 512-471-4264
E-mail: echino@mail.utexas.edu

EXPERTISE
Invertebrate paleontology; fossil echinoderms; echinoderm systematics; Paleozoic ecosystems; paleoecology; crinoids; blastoids; rhombiferans; eocrinoids; parablastoids; blastozoans; edrioasteroids; edrioblastoids; starfish; stylophorans; ctenocystoids; helicoplacoids; living echinoderms; Cambrian Period; Ordovician Period; Mississippian Period; Pennsylvanian Period; Cambrian evolutionary fauna; Paleozoic evolutionary fauna; Ordovician radiation; Cambrian explosion; environment & earth science.
Edward Theriot
Edward Theriot, Ph.D.
Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor of Molecular Evolution
Section of Integrative Biology
College of Natural Sciences

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office: 512-232-2379
E-mail: etheriot@mail.utexas.edu

EXPERTISE
Algae; aquatic biology; paleontology; freshwater ecology; evolution; diatoms; Texas Natural Science Center


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