Chrissy Hall


My research focuses on how life responded to changing environmental conditions throughout geologic time, with respect to diversity, abundance, and morphology. I also use fossils to help reconstruct past environmental conditions. I’m currently using ostracode microfossils and sedimentological analyses to assess changing paleoenvironmental conditions in the Levantine Corridor from ~3-5 Ma. I also work on triradialomorphs, a suite of Ediacaran fossils with three-fold symmetry from South Australia.

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File HallCV_Spring2020
Office LocationBeach Hall, Rm. 229