Richard White

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Gender MALE
Industry Science
Location Tucson, Arizona, United States
Introduction I'm a retired museum director and a vertebrate paleontologist. I've worked mostly in the American Southwest, and in Mexico. I've studied Neogene faunas, the Great American Biotic Interchange, and have worked with fossil turtles, fossil armadillos and their extinct relatives, and especially with pronghorn antelope and deer, and their fossil relatives. I've been involved for more than 20 years in discussions about evolution and creationism, and how individual views on science and religion can be reconciled with each other.
Interests Evolution, Paleontology, History of Science