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Tice, Mike

Mike Tice

Mike Tice is a geobiologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology & Geophysics at Texas A&M University. He conducts research on the evolution of the earliest forms of life on Earth and the ways in which life and the environment have shaped each other through deep time. He is also interested in exploring the interface between the theory of evolution and the Christian doctrine of creation.