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Sandra Catalina Suarez

My research interests are Geology (especially Stratigraphy and sedimentary rocks), Paleontology (vertebrate‚Äôs paleontology, especially mammals) and Paleoecology. I am very interested in studying paleoecological and paleoclimatological…

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Javier Luque

I am interested in understanding the ecological and macroevolutionary processes that have shaped the biodiversity of tropical decapod crustaceans throughout time, via integration of paleontological and…

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Antonia Lopez

My current research is focused on the biostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous non-marine palynofloras in the northwestern of Mexico. I am trying to understand the palynological provincialism…

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Oris Rodriguez

Paleobotany. Paleoclimatology based on wood anatomy characters. Wood anatomy aiding the identification of plants. Plant Systematics Plant biogeographical aspects. Biodiversity and its origin (especially in the…

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Catalina Pimiento

Fossil Sharks of Panama The Panama isthmus was formed about 3.1-2.8 Ma, is a narrow strip of land that separates the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific…

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Gabriela Doria

During my PhD studies I plan to explore issues on flowering plants evolution and the origin of Neotropical rainforests. The early stages of diversification of flowering…

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Edwin Cadena

Vertebrate Paleontology, particularly on molecular paleontology of turtles. Currently, I am characterizing and sequencing bone proteins in modern turtles, for which I am using biomolecular and…

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Fabiany Herrera

My research focuses on the evolutionary origin of the South American rainforests by looking at plant macrofossils. I am interested to know when and how the…

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