Raven Radio Show #45 – Pat Druckenmiller

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The 19 January show featured a conversation with Pat Druckenmiller, curator of the paleontology collection at the Museum of the North. Among other things, we talked about recent fossil finds in Southeast Alaska.

Due to time, I had to cut out part of our conversation for the broadcast, but have included clips here for anyone interested.

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The first clip I asked about what can be learned from and/or done with fossil fragments.

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The second clip I was curious about the boundary between fossils and other things that might be better placed in the mammalogy or archaeology collectons.

If you have questions or observations you want to share, please feel free to leave a comment here or on the page I’ve set up for that purpose.

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