Rhiannon LaVine

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Location: Wisconsin, United States
Work: Invertebrate paleontology/paleobiology, geology, paleobiogeography, stratigraphy
Biographical: B.S. Geology: University of Wisconsin - Whitewater (in progress) B.S. Japanese Studies: University of Wisconsin - Whitewater (in progress) Member of: Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Gamma Theta Upsilon Honor Society President: Geological Society of Whitewater, Sigma Gamma Epsilon Honor Society - Eta Omega chapter T.A. and researcher: Department of Geography & Geology, UW-Whitewater. Research Intern: Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History Author/presenter: "Microgastropod Paleoecology and Stratigraphy Before the End-Permian Mass Extinction, Pine Forest Range, Humboldt County, Nevada." (2009) Author/presenter: "Geochemical Signature of the Permian-Triassic Transitional Environment, Pine Forest Range, Nevada." (2011) Current research: "Comparison of the Permian gastropod faunas of the eastern Klamath Mountains, CA and the Pine Forest Range, NV."