neubauer photoThomas A. Neubauer
Geological-Paleontological Department
Natural History Museum Vienna
Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Austria
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Thomas A. Neubauer is a postdoctoral researcher at the Geological-Paleontological Department of the Natural History Museum Vienna, Austria. His current research focus is the reconstruction of species distribution patterns of freshwater gastropods during the Late Cenozoic, as part of the FreshGEN database project (www.marinespecies.org/freshgen). Above that, his research interests include the taxonomy and nomenclature of Cenozoic freshwater gastropods, as well as morphometric analyses and their applications in evolutionary studies.

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georgopoulou photoElisavet Georgopoulou
Geological-Paleontological Department
Natural History Museum Vienna
Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Austria 
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Elisavet Georgopoulou is a PhD student at the Natural History Museum Vienna, Austria. She holds a master degree in Management of Terrestrial and Marine Resources. Since 2013, she studies the biogeography of Pleistocene to Recent freshwater gastropods of Europe. A main focus is to reveal the underlying mechanisms that shaped the present distribution pattern.

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kroh photoAndreas Kroh
Geological-Paleontological Department
Natural History Museum Vienna
Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Austria
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Andreas Kroh is a researcher and curator at the Natural History Museum in Vienna, Austria. His main research interests are echinoderms, with focus on the phylogeny, nomenclature and systematics of echinoids. Being a paleontologist with a strong interest in bridging the gap between life and earth sciences, he is actively involved in various efforts to ease access to biodiversity and taxonomic data on echinoids. He is involved in two database projects working towards this goal: the World Echinoidea Database (marinespecies.org/echinoidea) and the Echinoid Directory (www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/echinoid-directory).

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harzhauser photoMathias Harzhauser
Geological-Paleontological Department
Natural History Museum Vienna
Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Austria 
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Mathias Harzhauser is head of the Geological-Paleontological department of the Natural History Museum Vienna. His research focuses on the biodiversity and biogeography of Cenozoic freshwater and marine mollusks, as well as the paleogeography and integrated stratigraphy of the circum-Mediterranean region.

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mandic photoOleg Mandic
Geological-Paleontological Department
Natural History Museum Vienna
Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Austria 
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Oleg Mandic is a researcher and curator of Cenozoic invertebrate paleontology at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. He is Adjunct Professor at the Department of Paleontology, University of Vienna. His research interests include stratigraphy, paleoecology, paleogeography, depositional history, and mollusk taxonomy, with focus on Cenozoic Peri-Tethys basins.

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esu photoDaniela Esu
Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
“Sapienza” University of Rome
P.le A. Moro 5, 00185 Rome
Italy 
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Daniela Esu is Associate professor of Paleontology of the Department of Earth Science at the University Sapienza of Rome. Her current research focuses on systematics, palaeoecology, paleobiogeography and biochronology of the Neogene and Quaternary non-marine molluscan fauna of Italy and Mediterranean basins, including Messinian limnocardiids.