Joane Pouech, French palaeontologist

Joane Pouech, French palaeontologist

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Caption: Joane Pouech (born 1982), French palaeontologist, using a microscope to sort through sediment. The sediment is from the Cherves de Cognac site, near Cherves-Richemont, Charente, south-western France. Pouech wrote her doctoral thesis on fossils found in this area. The fossils date from the Berriasian stage (140 million to 145 million years ago) of the Early Cretaceous. She has continued working on fossils from this site. From 2009, she has worked at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France. Photographed in 2010 at a palaeontology laboratory in Lyon, France.

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