2 articles published in JoVE
Using Pharmacological Manipulation and High-precision Radio Telemetry to Study the Spatial Cognition in Free-ranging Animals Timothy C. Roth*1, Aaron R. Krochmal*2, William B. Gerwig, IV1, Sage Rush3, Nathaniel T. Simmons2, Jeffery D. Sullivan4, Katrina Wachter5 1Department of Psychology, Franklin and Marshall College, 2Department of Biology, Washington College, 3University of Pennsylvania, 4School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, 5Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida This paper describes a novel protocol that combines the pharmacological manipulation of memory and radio telemetry to document and quantify the role of cognition in navigation.
Kinematic History of a Salient-recess Junction Explored through a Combined Approach of Field Data and Analog Sandbox Modeling Zeshan Ismat*1, Kevin Toeneboehn*2 1Department of Earth and Environmental Science, Franklin and Marshall College, 2Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Kinematic histories of fold-thrust belts are typically based on careful examinations of high-grade metamorphic rocks within a salient. We provide a novel method of understanding fold-thrust belts by examining salient-recess junctions. We analyze the oft-ignored upper crustal rocks using a combined approach of detailed fault analysis with experimental sandbox modeling.