Mammal Paleoecology Symposium Keynote Lecture

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From Exploration to Explanation: How Mammal Fossils Inform Understanding of Ancient Ecologies

Keynote Lecture
Presented by Dr. John Flynn, Frick Curator of Fossil Mammals and Dean and Professor at the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History.

Dr. Flynn’s research focuses on the phylogeny and evolution of mammals and Mesozoic vertebrates; he is also interested in geological dating, plate tectonics and biogeography. He has authored more than 125 scientific publications and is a regular contributor to popular science magazines such as Scientific American, Natural History and National Geographic. He has been featured in numerous television and radio shows and newspaper and magazine articles. Dr. Flynn has led more than 50 paleontological expeditions to various parts of United States, South America, Africa and Asia, helping to illuminate the evolutionary history of mammals in these areas. Visit for more information on Dr. Flynn’s research.

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By: Institute for the Science of Origins

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