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Emma Rose Locatelli

Emma Rose Locatelli

New Haven, CT

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Yay, ground sloths, tree sloths, and science!
Apr 15, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Good luck, Rachel! I wish I could give more!
Aug 05, 2014
Why the long face? Functional morphology of a unique fossil porpoise
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Thank you, Sharla, for your generous support!
Jun 24, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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I'll see what I can do, but no guarantee. :)
Jun 24, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Thank you very much, Peter and Margee! I am feeling better and hope that I continue to improve - I have science to do!
Jun 19, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Muchas gracias, Juan! Agradezco su apoyo!
Jun 16, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Thank you so very, very much. Love you much, and I'll try to call soon!
May 31, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Thanks, Andrew!
May 30, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Thank you so much, Neil! I really appreciate your support.
May 30, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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I think this project is super cool - I was a music major in college, and I always noticed this difference when I compared different recordings of various pieces. My thesis was on Beethoven's Egmont Overture - not a choral piece, but a great one none the less. All the best, and good luck! (I'd appreciate if you looked at my project as well - researchers can support researchers.) Emma
May 27, 2014
What makes British and American choirs sound so different?
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I'm going! I'm going!! Thank you, Jubee. It was wonderful to see you in April. Big hugs! Love, Emma
May 27, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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Probably not - ferns are very common in many Paleozoic rocks, which are found all over the midwest. If your fern is in a round nodule, perhaps. If in other rock, like a shale or sandstone, then no!
May 27, 2014
Leaves in stone: does decay control the fossil record?
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