FIELD WORK

SOUTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA &

SOUTHERN UTAH

Hadrosaur mummy site
Hadrosaur mummy site
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Incorrect Marmarth sign
Incorrect Marmarth sign
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Wild horses
Wild horses
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Removing the hadrosaur mummy
Removing the hadrosaur mummy
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Digging
Digging
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The badlands
The badlands
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Sign outside of Marmarth
Sign outside of Marmarth
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Bison on a local ranch
Bison on a local ranch
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Digging with colleagues
Digging with colleagues
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Hell Creek Formation (65ma)

Southwestern North Dakota

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I participate in summer field work outside of Marmarth, ND in association with Tyler Lyson and the Marmarth Research Foundation (MRF). Fossil collection occurs in the Hell Creek Formation (Latest Cretaceous; Maastrichtian)
, and past excavations have included: baenid and trionychid turtles, Triceratops, a new species of oviraptor, two pachycephalosaurs, and a mosasaur (from the near by Pierre Shale Formation).

Southeastern Utah

Early Cretaceous

 

The field component of the computational paleophysiology course that I taught in 2012, and 2013 involved working with the Utah State Paleontologist James Kirkland in the Cedar Mountain Formation.

Paleophysiology field work
Paleophysiology field work
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Paleophysiology field work
Paleophysiology field work
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Paleophysiology field work
Paleophysiology field work
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Paleophysiology field camp
Paleophysiology field camp
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Paleophysiology field work
Paleophysiology field work
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