The chosen name will become the permanent appelation of this mammoth.Subjects: Communication Studies, Couple & Family Therapy, Criminal Justice, Crisis & Emergency Management, Government Information, Journalism & Media Studies, Public Administration, Social Work, Urban Studies This guide is intended to help you with your library research.We do not yet know the age (since birth) of this particular animal.
We need funds to transport students to the site, for field supplies, to remove and transport the fossils to the fossil prep lab at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, and for analyses (such as radiocarbon dating and fossil pollen analysis).
So far, we have one radiocarbon date of about 20,000 years, which puts this animal in a time interval that scientists call the Last Glacial Maximum---a time during the Pleistocene Ice Age when conditions were the wettest and coldest they have been in the last 100,000 years.
As we exhume more of this animal's skeleton, we will be able to test our ideas about how it died.
After we get the fossils back to the lab, the analyses will continue. By studying the detailed internal structure of this animal's tusks we will be able to determine how many years old it was when it died, the age at which it became sexually mature, when it experienced stresses in its life, and the season in which it died.
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If you are interested in supporting this project and other paleontology projects by UNLV students and faculty, click here and select "Paleontological Research" from the drop-down menu under Donation Information. UNLV paleontology students and faculty are excavating bones and tusks of a Columbian mammoth at a remote site in Nye County, Nevada, about a two-hour drive from Las Vegas.
The site is on Bureau of Land Management land, and we are working collaboratively with the BLM on this project.
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