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author1Anne E. Kort. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Indiana University, 1001 East 10th Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47408, USA,

Anne Kort is a PhD student at Indiana University studying evolution of mammal locomotion. She received her bachelors (BS) in earth sciences from the University of Minnesota in 2016 and her masters (MS) in earth sciences from Indiana University in 2019. During her masters, Anne spent two summers as an intern at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument digitizing locality data and prospecting for fossils.



author2aNicholas A. Famoso. John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, 32651 Highway 19, Kimberly, Oregon 97848, USA, ; ORCID: 0000-0002-1795-624X

Nicholas Famoso received his bachelors (BS) in geology from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and his masters (MS) in geological sciences and doctorate (PhD) in earth sciences from the University of Oregon. Nick is currently Chief of Paleontology and Museum Curator at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. His research focuses on ungulate evolution, disturbance ecology, and biostratigraphy.

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