Emma Dunne

(Akademische Rätin at FAU)
Emma investigates how deep-time biodiversity is driven by various environmental, geological, and socio-economic factors. She is particularly interested in the diversity and biogeographic patterns of fossil vertebrates, such as dinosaurs, squamates, and other reptiles. Although her research is mostly desk-based, her favourite place to be is outdoors in nature, and she have an encyclopedic knowledge of dog breeds (especially the goofy ones!).

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Vertebrate Paleobiology