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Third SeAVP meeting, Day 1

The third annual meeting of the Southeastern Association of Vertebrate Paleontology got underway this morning, hosted by the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, SC. Advertisements

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SEAVP Days 2 and 3

Friday morning was the SEAVP poster session, with six different presentations. Two of the posters concerned turtles. Amy Smith did a morphometric analysis of the specimen of the sea turtle Syllomus shown above (this specimen was collected from Westmoreland County several years … Continue reading

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SEAVP

The second annual meeting of the Southeastern Association of Vertebrate Paleontology kicked off with a reception Wednesday night, and with a full schedule of presentations on Thursday. As the meeting host I’ve been a bit overwhelmed with organization, but I’m going to … Continue reading

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SeAVP meeting, Day 2

Talks started again at 9:00 this morning. Matt Colbert used a series of really cool CT scans to show how the trunk gradually developed in tapirs, and how the presence of a trunk can be identified in fossils (the modern … Continue reading

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SeAVP meeting, Day 1

The first meeting of the Southeastern Association of Vertebrate Paleontology began this morning. The meeting is being hosted by the Gray Fossil Site and East Tennessee State University. The talk schedule is available here (pdf format).

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