Richard Levy

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Dr. Richard H. Levy is the staff scientist for the ANDRILL Program, co-principal investigator of the ANDRILL Cooperative Agreement with NSF, and associate research professor in the Department of Geosciences. Levy’s expertise is in micropaleontology, quantitative biostratigraphy, Antarctic Cenozoic geology, science education and project management.

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