Acadia participation in Joggins 10th Anniversary
Joggins Fossil Cliffs celebrated 10 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site last Saturday. A research symposium in celebration of this milestone attracted researchers from across North America. Acadia sent the largest contingent with seven researchers and students. It was a fantastic day of great talks and a geo-tour of the cliffs. Thanks to Melissa Grey, Curator of Palaeontology at Joggins, for organizing such an outstanding symposium!
Participating from Acadia were: standing 6th from left Dr. Suzie Currie, 12th from left Dr. Peir Pufahl, fifth from right Alexandra Harvey, 4th from right Alex Squires, 3rd from right Jackson Malone, second from right Francisco Gomes, kneeling second from right Dr. Melissa Grey (adjunct), on right Sarah Dunn.