Palaeocast

A free webseries exploring the fossil record and the evolution of life on Earth.

http://www.palaeocast.com

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episode 117: Decolonising Palaeontology


Elsa takes a look at the legacy of racism and colonialism in palaeontology and museum collections, and what efforts are being made to address these issues.


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episode 116: Ice Age Palaeoecology


Dr Jacquelyn Gill talks about how Pleistocene palaeoecology can inform us about future ecological change.


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episode 1055: Diatoms of Lake Baikal part 2


Part two of our interview with Prof. Anson MacKay looking at the diatoms and palaeoproductivity of Lake Baikal


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episode 115: Diatoms of Lake Baikal


We are joined by Prof. Anson Mackay to investigate the history of Lake Baikal as told by its diatoms


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episode 1142: Horseshoe Crabs


Part two of our interview with Dr Russell Bicknell on Horseshoe Crabs


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 2020-08-14  1h0m
 
 

episode 114: Horseshoe Crabs


Dr Russell Bicknell joins to examine the evolutionary history of the "living fossils" the horseshoe crabs


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episode 113: PBS Eons


We delve into the world of science communication and take a close look at successful YouTube channel PBS Eons


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episode 112: Extinction of the dinosaurs


So what killed the non-avian dinosaurs? A meteorite or volcanism? Research by Dr Alessandro Chiarenza published today tells us which!


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episode 111: Diversity in Palaeontology


Given the current discussions and anti-racism activism going on around the world, we reflect on some of the equality issues within our science and the ways in which they are being addressed.


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episode 110: The Fin-Limb Transition and Early Tetrapod Biodiversity


Prof. Mike Coates and Ben Otoo both join to discuss Jenny Clack's Legacy


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