National Geographic features faculty research
Alfred Rosenberger (Prof., Brooklyn, Anthropology, Earth and Environmental Sciences) and his research team discovered the skeleton of a possibly extinct crocodile, among several other fossil surprises, in freshwater caves of the Dominican Republic. The discoveries were featured in a National Geographic video. Recent anthropology graduate Siobhan Cooke (2011), who is serving in a postdoctoral position at Duke University, was part of Rosenberger’s team.
Submitted on: NOV 28, 2011
Category: Anthropology | Earth and Environmental Sciences | Faculty Activities