Graduate Studies in Vertebrate Paleontology

Graduate students in the Laboratory for Vertebrate Paleontology study toward either the M.Sc. degree or the Ph.D. degree, in either the Department of Biological Sciences (DBS), or the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS). Students and staff in DBS participate in the Systematics and Evolution Research Group of the Biological Sciences Department.

Photos show some of the UALVP graduate students presenting posters at APS 2001

Some recent and current graduate students have studied: Silurian and Devonian fishes; Mesozoic, Tertiary, and extant fishes, amphibians, and squamates; and Cretaceous and Tertiary mammals. Follow this link for information about Graduate Studies in Systematics and Evolution within DBS.

 Follow this link to see a list of theses done in the Laboratory for Vertebrate Paleontology.

Click on these links to get additional details about graduate programs offered at The University of Alberta or about the Faculty of Graduate Studies.