An article on American Museum of Natural History online discussed the contributions of researchers from the College of Staten Island (CSI) to ice age vertebrates studies. The article, “Climate Change Generated Mixed Responses in Ice Age Vertebrates,” quotes College of Staten Island Professor Frank Burbrink, who is also an associate curator in the Museum’s Department of Herpetology and lead author of the study: “A big glacier should have affected everybody. It doesn’t matter if you’re a snake or a bird, it probably makes it hard to live there.”

Read the full article on the Museum Web site.