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Bruce S. Lieberman

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University of Kansas

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University of Kansas

3901 Rainbow Blvd

Kansas City, Kansas,66160

United States

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Opened in 1866, the University of Kansas ( www.ku.edu) is a comprehensive public teaching and research institution with 29,272 students and more than 2,100 faculty members. The university offers more than 40 nationally ranked academic programs, including 26 in...more

Background Information

Employment History

BLACK CAT MOUNTAIN TRILOBITES


Contributor

Air & Space Magazine


Staff Writer

Union-Tribune Publishing Co.


Affiliations

The National Association of Science Writers Inc

Member


University of California High Performance Astro-Computing Center

Fellow


Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources

Fellow


UC San Diego

Professional Fellow


Jack R. Howard Science Reporting Institute

Professional Fellow


National Press Foundation

Professional Fellow


Education

UC Berkeley


B.A.

Rhetoric

University of California , Berkeley


M.S.

Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism


Ph.D

Columbia University


Web References(194 Total References)


The Surprising Truth Behind the Construction of the Great Pyramids

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Cartwright, Bruce Lieberman, a geologist at KU and senior curator of invertebrate paleontology at the KU Natural History Museum, and Jonathan Hendricks, a geologist at KU, collaborated on the research, along with scientists from several other institutions.
Lieberman said the jellyfish the group describes, found in Utah, offer insights into the puzzle of rapid species diversification and development that occurred during the Cambrian radiation, a time when most animal groups appear in the fossil record, beginning roughly 540 million years ago. "The fossil record is 'biased' against soft-bodied life forms such as jellyfish, because they leave little behind when they die," Lieberman said.


Research: Paleobiology of the Killer Cone Snails | myFOSSIL

www.myfossil.org [cached]

Along these lines, I am currently involved with a National Science Foundation supported project-with fellow Principal Investigators Bruce Lieberman (University of Kansas) and Alycia Stigall (Ohio University)-to develop a Digital Atlas of Ancient Life (www.digitalatlasofancientlife.org).


Contributors To The Black Cat Mountain Web Site Project

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Dr. Bruce Lieberman
Photo - Dr. Bruce Lieberman Dr. Bruce Lieberman Associate Professor of Geology University of Kansas. Dr. Lieberman received his Ph.D at Columbia University in 1994. " His research involves using the fossil record to study macroevolutionary patterns and processes. Dr. Lieberman and his students are currently studying a new Lichid, referred to as "Bug X" from the Haragan Formation of Oklahoma.


www.forbes.com

"Physiologically, 'classic' [non-avian] dinosaurs, like Brontosaurus, Triceratops or Tyrannosaurus rex are most akin to reptiles like snakes, alligators, and lizards," Bruce Lieberman, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, told me. "In modern 'reptiles' there is always a very small brain size ratio relative to body size, [which] is why you can't really 'train' a pet snake to do complex tricks."


Acanthopyge consanguinea Bug X

www.fossilmall.com [cached]

It has reecently been determined by Dr Bruce Lieberman, Associate Professor of Geology of the University of Kansas to be Acathopyge consanguinea, a taxon originally described from a partial speciemen found in New York.


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