Dr Cara Wall-Scheffler

July 15, 2014

Rebecca Pedersen

Filed under: Past Students — wallscheffler @ 22:20

Becca Pedersen

Becca is working on a series of studies using dental cementum analysis to understand population dynamics of extinct and extant populations of ungulates.  Of particular interest is her work on the Ammotragus lervia remains from Taforalt Cave as part of the ongoing Moroccan Caves research project. She is also actively investigating the possibility of developmental heterochrony in causing the dwarfism of deer populations on Blakely Island.

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