Ellen Miller works on the fossil evidence for primate evolution and currently conducts fieldwork in Miocene deposits in the Turkana Basin. One morning in spring 2008, I was in my office at Wake Forest University when I got a call from Richard Leakey. He was in the nearby town of Greensboro for a talk that […]
Congratulations to Dr. Miller! Her article “Ectoparasite borings, mesoparasite borings, and scavenging traces in early Miocene turtle and tortoise shell: Moghra Formation, Wadi Moghra, Egypt” was published in the Journal of Paleontology.
Congratulations to Dr. Ellen Miller! The article entitled “Morphological affinities of a fossil ulna (KNM-WS 65401) from Buluk, Kenya” was recently published in the Journal of Evolution. A primate proximal ulna (KNM-WS 65401) was recovered as a surface find at Buluk during the 2013 field season. This specimen represents one of the few well-preserved primate postcranial remains […]