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Eberle, Jaelyn J Professor

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  • Dr. Eberle's research focuses on the study of mammalian faunas during past intervals of climate change as well as the recovery and evolution of mammals following a mass extinction event. She studies mammalian fossils to: (1) date the rocks (i.e., biostratigraphy); (2) determine the family tree or phylogeny of mammalian groups; (3) provide insight into the paleobiology,-ecology, and -biogeography of ancient mammals through combined analyses of stable isotopes and mammalian paleontology; and assess the recovery and evolutionary radiation of mammals following dinosaur extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary. Eberle's research is field intensive, and her field sites range throughout the Rocky Mountain Region and the Arctic.

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  • Vertebrate paleontology, Late Cretaceous and Paleogene mammalian biostratigraphy, phylogeny, and evolution, Arctic mammalian paleoecology, biogeography, and paleoclimate

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Teaching

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  • GEOL 4474 - Vertebrate Paleontology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Discusses the history and evolution of the vertebrates, including the phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary patterns of the major groups. Lab focuses on comparative vertebrate osteology and fossil representation of major groups. Department enforced prerequisites: GEOL 1020 and GEOL 3410 (or permission from the instructor). Same as GEOL 5474.
  • GEOL 5474 - Vertebrate Paleontology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Discusses the history and evolution of the vertebrates, including the phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary patterns of the major groups. Lab focuses on comparative vertebrate osteology and fossil representation of major groups. Same as GEOL 4474 and MUSM 5474.
  • MUSM 5474 - Vertebrate Paleontology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Discusses the history and evolution of the vertebrates, including the phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary patterns of the major groups. Lab focuses on comparative vertebrate osteology and fossil representation of major groups. Same as GEOL 4474 and GEOL 5474.

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