Robert Anemone (1988) edit
University of Washington
Fossil Primates
Functional Morphology
Current position: Professor
Current affiliation: University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Research website: Link
Research description: Originally trained as a primate functional morphologist, I have expanded my research portfolio to include vertebrate paleontology and primate evolution, especially across the Paleocene-Eocene boundary in the western United States. I have participated in fieldwork in the Plio-Pleistocene of Africa (Kenya, Mozambique, and South Africa), but have spent most of the past 25 summer field seasons working in the Great Divide Basin of southwestern Wyoming. In collaboration with remote sensing specialist Jay Emerson of Western Michigan University and Glenn Conroy of Washington University, I have developed new geospatially-informed approaches to paleontological fieldwork including predictive modeling of fossil-bearing localities, and 3-D photogrammetric modeling of individual sites. Our team has also pioneered the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (both quad copters and fixed wing UAVs) in paleontological fieldwork.
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