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From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: Inner Mongolia Now and Then Jack Tseng and Camille Grohé, postdoctoral fellows in the Division of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, are... August 28, 2014 From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: A Day in the Life of a Paleontologist Jack Tseng, a postdoctoral fellow in the Division of Paleontology, blogs about a day in the life of a paleontologist during an expedition... August 22, 2014 From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: Reporting from Inner Mongolia Jack Tseng, in the Division of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, is blogging from an expedition to Inner Mongolia. August 20, 2014 From the Field posts Ruby Land: A Museum Expedition to Mogok In Myanmar, Museum scientists worked with Dr. Kyaw Thu, a Burmese geologist, mineralogist, and gem dealer who helped arrange visits... August 14, 2014 From the Field posts Ruby Land: The Gems and Geology of Myanmar's Mogok Stone Tract Mogok is best known for its gemstones, including ruby, sapphire, spinel, peridot, and moonstone. August 11, 2014 From the Field posts Mapping Wasps and Their Plant Hosts in Australia Invertebrate Zoology Division Chair and Curator James Carpenter joins Dennis Stevenson of the New York Botanical Garden on an expedition... July 31, 2014 From the Field posts Documenting an Ancient Kingdom In Sudan Curator Alex de Voogt and two Museum researchers catalog animal representations from an ancient civilization. June 16, 2014 From the Field posts Google Glass in the Gobi: Something Big Aki Watanabe, a student in the comparative biology doctoral program at the Museum's Richard Gilder Graduate School, was recently... April 25, 2014 From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: Enchanted and Amused by Gibbons With their field surveys concluded, Mary Blair's research team is making a pit stop in Cat Tien National Park, the oldest national... April 24, 2014 From the Field posts Google Glass in the Gobi: Dinosaur Nest Aki Watanabe, a student in the comparative biology doctoral program at the Museum's Richard Gilder Graduate School, was recently... April 18, 2014 From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: Back to Basics While surveying for lorises (Nycticebus pygmaeus) in Vietnam, researcher Mary Blair is encountering other nocturnal animals including... April 17, 2014 From the Field posts Fieldwork Journal: Getting the Word Out about Lorises Mary Blair, assistant director for research and strategic planning at the Museum’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, is surveying... April 13, 2014