Expertise

Research interests:

  • Mammalian paleontology
  • Quantitative evolution
  • Biotic responses to changing earth systems

Keywords:

  • Vertebrate Paleontology, Paleobiology, Geology, Evolution, Morphometrics

A vertebrate paleontologist, he studies the evolution of mammals and other vertebrates in the fossil record, including trait-based studies of community response to environmental change, geometric morphometric analysis of evolution and morphology, phylogenetics, biogeography, and speciation on regional and continental geographic scales.


Research: Biology; Climate change; Ecology; Evolution; Paleontology; Vertebrates

Research Area:

  • Environmental Science

Research Interests: vertebrate paleontology; comparative morphological variation at the level of the metapopulation; and the effects of Quaternary climate change on vertebrate faunas

Past Affiliations

Lecturer, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Science and Engineering, Queen Mary, University of London (past)

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Biological Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, Queen Mary, University of London (past)

Communities
Biological Science, Animal Science, Geology, Geology, Anthropology
Degrees
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Paleontology, 1993
BA, University of Texas at Austin, 1987
Keywords
biological sciences mammalogy earth sciences paleontology ecosystems