Rachel Racicot

Rachel Racicot


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Published on Mar 02, 2015

Scans acquired!

Dear backers - Just wanted to give you all an update that some of the specimens have finally been CT-scanned by UTCT in Austin, a Hyporamphus fish and one semi-complete lower jaw of an individual o...

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Published on Oct 15, 2014

Goal met, thank you!

Thank you to every single one of my backers. The next step now is to get the jaw scanned! I will keep you posted on progress.Best wishes,Rachel

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Published on Oct 01, 2014

Paleontology online article

Hi all... once again, thank you to my backers for helping with my continued research! I intend to include all of your names in the acknowledgements once the publication gets underway, and again hav...

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Published on Sep 22, 2014

Update - reduced budget

Hi all, We have reduced the budget down to $1050, because this will be enough to acquire at least one of the needed CT scans. While it would have been nice to reach the initial goal, any amount wil...

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Published on Sep 19, 2014

New article out on digital paleontology!

Hello! Thank you again to everyone for the support so far. A cool article by Alex Witze has come out at Science News on research done by myself and others who use CT scans to digitally examine and ...

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Published on Aug 16, 2014

Thanks and update

Hi everyone. Just wanted to say thank you to my backers so far, and give a brief update of progress. I have recently returned from a trip to England and Denmark. In England with colleagues at the U...

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I'll try and do some quick and dirty 3D reconstructions (it's all digital CT scans) later on to post.
Mar 02, 2015
Why the long face? Functional morphology of a unique fossil porpoise
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Sep 23, 2014
Why the long face? Functional morphology of a unique fossil porpoise
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