Research Notes is an occasional publication of the McClung Museum that profiles research using the museum’s extensive collections.
by Jonathan R. Bryan, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Tennessee Recently, several dinosaur bones were rediscovered in the paleontological […]
by Maria O. Smith, Department of Anthropology, Northern Illinois University, and Research Associate, McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture […]
by C. Clifford Boyd, Jr., Radford University, Radford, Virginia From September 1983 until the end of February 1984, graduate students […]
by William O. Autry, University of Chicago Dental modifications, or intentional mutilations in our perception, are known from historic accounts […]
by Lynne P. Sullivan, New York State Museum [NOTE: A phase is an archaeological term designating a group of sites […]
by Penelope B. Drooker, Department of Anthropology, State University of New York A frustration for archaeologists working in the humid […]
by Gary D. Crites, Research Assistant Professor, Director of Paleoethnobotany* at the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture * […]
by Leslie Eisenberg, Department of Anthropology, New York University Skeletal remains of past human populations are a unique source of […]
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