Welcome to the Paleontology/Paleoceanography page at Indiana State University.  Use the links to the right to find out more about what the paleontology laboratory is up to at ISU.


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Recent Headlines

Undergrads in Research in I.S.U. Viewbook. 2014. (Scroll to Page 79).

Educational Outreach Display Video. 2014.

Poison Dart Frogs Find Home at I.S.U. 2013.

Visiting Alumnus Jared Kluesner Gives Talk. 2013.

Seizing Chances. Video. 2013.

Opportunity Knocks. 2013.

Shaken, Earthquake Simulator Video. 2012.

Climate Change Article. 2012.

Undergraduate Wins an Award at Research Conference. 2012.

Peruvian Student Conducts Research at I.S.U. 2012.

Methane Seep Research News Releases. 2012.

New York Times Blog Video Tour of R.V. Atlantis And Interview with Ashley Burkett. 2011

Brendan Paddack participates on Student research/training cruise off San Diego. 2011

New York Times Blog. 2011

Cruising: Students conduct research in Pacific. 2011

Student, professor conduct research off Australia. 2011

Student swims with whale sharks. 2010

Video compilation of ISU experiential learning at sea. 2010

New York Times Blog about ISU collaborative research cruise. 2010

ISU students' blog about their travels to the bottom of the ocean. 2010

SENIOR RON TAYLOR INVITED TO PRESENT RESEARCH IN WASHINGTON D.C. 2010

San Diego TV spot about the Chilean earthquake research cruise that Jared Kluesner participated on. 2010

FOLLOW EXCITING EARTHQUAKE RESEARCH AND ASK QUESTIONS OF ISU ALUMNUS, JARED KLUSNER, CURRENTLY CONDUCTING SEAFLOOR RESEARCH THAT EXAMINES THE GEOLOGY OF THE RECENT CHILEAN EARTHQUAKE. 2010

STUDENTS, PROFESSOR EXPLORE UNDERWATER WORLD OF COSTA RICA. 2010

GEOLOGY GRAD TO RESEARCH SEAFLOOR CHANGES FROM CHILEAN EARTHQUAKE 2010

ASHLEY BURKETT PARTICIPATES ON CRUISE OFF MEXICO, LED BY ISU ALUMNUS, JARED KLUESNER (2009)

VOYAGE TO THE SEAFLOOR

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER AND ISU STUDENT TRAVEL 1000 METERS TO THE SEAFLOOR IN ALVIN (2009)

ISU STUDENTS TRAVEL TO ANTARCTICA TO CONDUCT RESEARCH IN THE DARK OF WINTER (2008)

ISU GEOLOGY STUDENTS ARE PART OF THE MCNAIR PROGRAM (2009)

ISU ALUMNUS, JARED KLUESNER, STUDIES THE DEEP OCEAN FLOOR OFF BAJA (2009)

ISU students in Antarctica 2008 (click image below)

Deep-Sea research at ISU (Flash)

Brian Wrightsman's Blog from Coasta Rica

Video: ISU Alumni's work in Sea of Cortez

Local Teacher Journeys to Seafloor, Talks to Students

Venturing into the Depths: Local Science Teacher to Help Explore Ocean Floor

Night and ice: ISU students conduct research in Southern Ocean, visit Antarctica


      Dr. Tony Rathburn - Professor
      Geology Program
      Science Building Rm 189-B
      Indiana State University
      Terre Haute, IN 47809
      Phone: (812) 237-2269
      Fax: (812) 237-8029
      Email:
tony.rathburn@indstate.edu

Current Research

Experiential learning:   

      Alaska
      Antarctica
      Australia
      California (San Diego and Baja)
      Costa Rica
      Monterey Bay, California
      Peru
      Venice, Italy

Research Experiences for Local, Rural Teachers

Lab Staff

Abstracts Since 2002 Presented with Student Co-Authors

Research Activities/Cruises/Expeditions

News and Press releases

Current News in Paleontology

Aquarium and Terrarium, the Educational Outreach Display

Alumni Activities

Frances Parker Collection

Links to People, Places, and Forams

Dr. De Deckker's ISU Visit

Bilingual Outreach Lectures

Latest Department news and events

Click the image below to play video of tube core sample being taken by JASON II

Click here to see large video

Video provided by: WHOI National Deep Submergence
Facility

 

http://4dgeo.whoi.edu/virtualvan/

Many images, videos and interviews contained on this site resulted from collaborative research supported by NSF or NOAA.  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers OCE 0825436, OCE 1060992, OCE 0939232, OCE 0927183, OCE 0550401, or ANT 0636474, or supported by the NOAA West Coast National Undersea Research Center under grant number UAF 04-0111.

 Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or NOAA.