PhD, University of Wyoming
Interests: vertebrate paleontology and ancient mammals
Jaelyn Eberle is a Canadian vertebrate paleontologist specializing in fossil mammals. Her research focuses on mammalian evolution across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary (that infamous boundary when dinosaurs went extinct) and Arctic vertebrate evolution, paleoclimate, and paleobiogeography. Jaelyn has active field programs in the Rocky Mountain region and the Arctic.