Dr. sc. nat. Carlo Romano

I study Permian and Triassic fishes (Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes), their taxonomy, diversity, paleobiology, and paleobiogeography. I have also expertise in seawater paleotemperature reconstructions using oxygen isotopes from bioapatite as a proxy. I am generally interested in Earth and life sciences, and their interface, paleontology.

My other profiles

Spitsbergen, Svalbard (Norway)

PAST AND ONGOING PROJECTS

Idaho, Nevada
(USA)
Spiti, Himachal Pradesh (India)

Last update: March 1, 2019

Salt Range
(Pakistan)

CO-AUTHORED ARTICLES IN THE NEWS

Surprise fossil trove hints at rapid mass extinction recovery

Discovery of two new species of primitive

fishes

Amphibians and dinosaurs were the new large predators after the mass extinction

Mass extinction led to many new species of bony fish

Ups and downs of biodiversity after mass extinction