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In collaboration with Rebecca Rowe (University of New Hampshire) and Rebecca Menlove (Natural History Museum of Utah), we have brought to life a new multimedia museum exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City, linking climate change and land use to altered habitat conditions, food availability, competition, and range shifts over time in the Great Basin.  The exhibit consists of interactive modules and videos from the field and lab, and highlights new uses for old specimens and the value of field surveys and museum collections in documenting change over time.  This exhibit was funded by an NSF Award to Drs. Terry and Rowe.  You can read about development and installation of the exhibit here.  Below are a couple of photos and videos to check out.


Great Basin Introduction

Great Basin Fieldwork

NHMU Collections

Stable Isotopes at OSU

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