Author Archives: Michael Brown

A View from the EEES Retreat Weekend

During the first weekend of October, students and faculty alike absconded to the Class of `66 Cabin for a weekend of deep thought, productive discourse and woodsy revelry.  

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Alas, Poor Yorick!

As part of a graduate student seminar, EEES` finest tour Dr. Jeremy DeSilva`s  bone room to inspect an early hominid fossil collection    

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Changing of the Seasons

Brought to you by PhD student Rebecca Finger: As temperatures start to drop and the colors change, graduate students are returning from near and far field sites to fill EEES laboratories with samples and specimens. For me, the spring and … Continue reading

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Hidden in Plains Site

–By Michael Butler Brown The mathematical inequality statement is seemingly simple: (16 feet of giraffe) > (4 feet of grass).  Under this premise, it’s easy to imagine that locating groups of giraffe in the open grassy savannas might be a … Continue reading

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