Ricardo Araujo was awarded the National Geographic Young Explorers Grant for the
entitled Projecto PalNiassa: mammal ancestors from an unexplored basin from the
end-Permian Mass Extinction event.
Yuri Kimura received the Mary R. Dawson Grant Award from the Society of Vertebrate
Paleontology for her noteworthy research.
Andres Ruzo was also awarded with the National Geographic Young Explorers Grant for
the project entitled Geothermal Map of Peru.
Thomas Adams' distinguished research in Platypterygius Huene, 1922 (Ichthyosauria, Ophthalmosauridae)
from the Late Cretaceous of Texas, USA, was published in Paleontologia Electronica.
Scott Meyers' notable research on Late Jurassic paleoclimate of Central Africa was published in the
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology journal.
Nicholas Rosenau's outstanding manuscript, CONODONT APATITE δ18O VALUES FROM A PLATFORM
MARGIN SETTING, OKLAHOMA, USA: IMPLICATIONS FOR INIATIAION OF LATE ORDOVICIAN
ICEHOUSE CONDITIONS is published in the Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology journal.
Chris Strganac's distinguished research in Terrestrial mammal fossils from the Wildcat Creek beds
(paleogene_, Tieton River area, south-central Washington, USA, was published in Paleontologia Electronica.