Danielle Fraser

About Danielle Fraser

I am a palaeoecologist interested in how and why mammal communities form with the goal of understanding how assemblages of mammals respond to abiotic and biotic perturbation, the emergence of modern mammal communities, and how we might use the fossil record to understand and, possibly, forecast the outcomes of ongoing global changes. I use a wide array of analytical tools including, but not limited to, computational palaeobiologyphylogenetics and systematicspalaeodietary methodsfield work, and stable isotopes.

Search Carleton