NO BONES ABOUT IT--Geophysicist John Tarduno (left) and graduate student Rory Cottrell were part of the College team that discovered bones that belonged to an eight-foot champsosaur in the high Canadian Arctic. The fossil evidence found there--which included bones from champsosaurs, fish, and turtles--signifies that during a period millions of years ago the Arctic warmed to temperatures comparable to those of modern-day Florida.
January 11, 1999
Volume 27 Number 1
- Introducing Academic Technology Services
- Fossil evidence tells of Arctic warming
- New board to guide high-tech inventions
- Family center teams with city school
- Study with the deaf reveals brain's 'rewiring'
- Public-speaking team gets jump start
- TV Club capitalizes on new cable system
- New treatment set for hepatitis C
- Reis elected to head psychology society
- In Brief
- Calendar of Events
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CorrectionA story in the December 7 issue of Currents announcing Cary Jensen's appointment as director of University international relations contained an error. The name of Jensen's replacement in the Office of University Counsel is Richard Crummins.
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