Marshall Paleontologist Discovers New Species

A researcher at Marshall University has discovered an entirely new type of plesiosaur after studying the fossils of two creatures. News Director Eric Douglas spoke with Robert Clark, the academic laboratory manager for the Biology Department at Marshall, to find out more.

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Interview With The Ichthyologist

They say there’s a lot of fish in the sea, but there’s also an awful lot of fish in the streams and rivers of Appalachia. A new book by fisheries research scientist, and WVU professor, Stuart Welsh showcases some of the lesser-known fish in the region. Bill Lynch spoke with Welsh about his book Hornyheads, Madtoms and Darters.

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Allegheny Woodrats Return To Harpers Ferry National Historical Park After 20 Year Absence

Biologists from Radford University found the rodents in the Virginia section of the park, which also spans West Virginia and Maryland.

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Marshall University Anthropologist Uses 3-D Printer to Teach Human Evolution

Biological Anthropologist Paul Constantino has decided that a 3-Dimensional printer is the next step in teaching his students about human…

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