Robert L. Anemone

Professor of Anthropology

The GDB Project team presented updates on our fieldwork at the SE GSA meetings in Chattanooga, TN and at the AAPA meetings in St. Louis.   In St. Louis we enjoyed reconnecting with many friends and colleagues with whom we have shared fieldwork experiences in Wyoming including Natalia Laudicina (Ph.D. student at Boston Univ.), Katie Sayre (Ph.D. student at Univ of Arizona), Brett Nachman (UNCG post doc and Ph.D. student at Univ. of Texas), Andrew Barr (Visiting Assistant Professor at George Washington Univ), Glenn and Jane Conroy (Washington University in St Louis), Kieran McNulty (Univ. of Minnesota), Chris Beard (Univ of Kansas), Jay Emerson (Western Michigan University),and  Mike Michalyuk (Ph.D. student at New Mexico State).

  • PL Phillips, R Anemone and B Nachman (2015) Sedimentological characteristics of an extraordinarily rich mammalian fossil locality in the early Eocene Wasatch Formation, Great Divide Basin, Wy. Geological Society of America (SE), Chattanooga, TN. March 20, 2015.
  • R Anemone, C Emerson, B Nachman, A Bryant, and G Conroy (2015) Geospatial paleoanthropology: predicting and locating new fossil localities with approaches from the spatial sciences. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. Supplement 60: 69-70.

Robert Anemone

A group photo of UNCG professor, Dr. Robert Anemone's team in Wyoming's Great Divide Basin (left to right, Ashley Bryant, Michelle Stocker, Brett Nachman, Robert Anemone, Lee Phillips, Mike Michayluk, and Jay Emerson). The team was working on a National Science Foundation fund for the project "Developing and Testing New Geospatial Approaches in Paleoanthropology”. The project is using remotely sensed imagery to develop predictive models for the identification of potentially fossil-bearing localities. (David Wilson/UNCG photo)
(David Wilson/UNCG photo)






(David Wilson/UNCG photo)