Palaeo After Dark

A group of fresh faced scientists have biweekly informal discussions about evolutionary biology and palaeontology... over beer.

http://www.palaeoafterdark.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h23m. Bisher sind 180 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
subscribe
share



 

recommended podcasts


Podcast 166 - NAPC 2019


We all just got back from the 2019 North American Paleontological Conference at UC Riverside with an extra long (over 5 hours) episode. Join James, Carlie, Curt, and Brendan as they discuss the talks they saw each day of the conference. Time stamps...


share





 30 June 2019  5h10m
 
 

Podcast 165 - Sharks for St. Crispin's Day


The gang have a “Shark Week” and discuss two papers about the ecology of modern tiger sharks. The first paper talks about a unique feeding strategy for some tiger sharks in which they can consume a fairly large amount of song birds. The second...


share





 23 June 2019  1h12m
 
 

Podcast 164 - Rails and Snails


The gang talks about two papers that are interested in iterative evolution, the repeated evolution of the same or similar morphological characteristics within or among species. Specifically, they are focused on iterative evolution in species on...


share





 09 June 2019  1h8m
 
 

Podcast 163 - Triassic Fish Questions


The gang discusses two papers that look at the extinction and survivorship patterns of clades across the Triassic mass extinction event. Specifically, they look at changes in morphospace in ray-finned fishes as well as phylogenetic patterns of...


share





 26 May 2019  1h27m
 
 

Podcast 162 - Turtle Power


The gang discusses a few papers that look at the evolutionary history, biogeography, and life habit of Mesozoic turtles. Specifically, they look at a paper about a stem turtle with interesting information about the evolutionary history of turtle...


share





 12 May 2019  1h22m
 
 

Podcast 161 - Whales Not Whales


The gang discusses two papers that look at how various animals associated with whales have reacted to environmental shifts over the last several hundred thousand years. The first paper looks at polar bears and reviews data on the potential utility of...


share





 28 April 2019  1h8m
 
 

Podcast 160 - Weasel Time


The gang finds two papers that discuss the ecology of fossil mustelids, the objectively best group of mammals. Both of these papers look at creative solutions to try and interpret past life habits for some very complex and debated fossil organisms....


share





 14 April 2019  1h20m
 
 

Podcast 159 - Rocks Fall Everyone Dies; The Cretaceous Mass Extinction


The gang discusses two papers about the Cretaceous mass extinction event (i.e. the time that the non-avian dinosaurs died). Specifically, they talk about the Deccan Traps, a widespread volcanic province that was active during the extinction event. The...


share





 31 March 2019  1h22m
 
 

Podcast 158 - Is Eevee a Mammal?


The gang celebrates their 6th anniversary by taking some time to talk about two papers about early mammal ecology. The first paper looks at some unique traces left by Mesozoic mammals, while the second paper attempts to determine how early mammals...


share





 17 March 2019  1h10m
 
 
share





 03 March 2019  1h4m