Nathan A. Jud
Ph.D.,University of Maryland College Park
BSc, Ohio University
410 Mann Library
Ithaca, NY 14850
I am a paleontologist and postdoctoral researcher at Cornell University. My research interests span paleoecology, biogeography, and the history of biodiversity. I am interested in the evolution and ecology of flowering plants, the history of neotropical biodiversity, and biogeography
As part of ETE, I am currently working on community assembly through time (PAIRS through time).
The diversification of flowering plants during the Cretaceous was among the most important transitions in earth history. Plant fossils from the Cloverly Formation in Wyoming span the arrival of flowering plants in North America.
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