[meteorite-list] Vertebrate Fossil Hunting in the Eastern US, Alberta, and the Atlantic Ocean

From: Paul H. <inselberg_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2015 13:00:22 -0400
Message-ID: <20150403130022.DJDE9.57122.imail_at_eastrmwml301>

The Royal Tyrrell Museum has A couple of lectures
about fossil hunting available online.

One is about hunting dinosaurs in the Dinosaur Alley
of the northeastern United States is:

Paleontological Notes from the Urban Jungle: Or...
Conducting Field Paleontology in spite of Sprawling
Holocene Overburden that is the Baltimore-
Washington-Philidelphia "Megalopolis" by Thomas
Lipka, Royal Tyrrell Museum Speaker Series 2013

The other is about hunting vertebrate fossils in Alberta is:

To Hay River and Back: Fieldwork on a 370-Million-
Year-Old Beach in the Northwest Territories by Donald
Henderson and Chris Capobianco, Royal Tyrrell
Museum Speaker Series 2014

Finally, a quite well done and fascinating lecture
about looking for Albertan dinosaurs is:

Dinosaurs in the Deep: The Sinking of the SS Mount
Temple by Darren Tanke, Dinosaurs in the Deep:
The 1916 Sinking of the SS Mount Temple and her
Albertan Dinosaur Cargo. Royal Tyrrell Museum
Speaker Series 2013

Related web pages are:

Dinosaurs in the Deep

It would be fun if someone could find the money
to find the Mountbtemple and possibly salvage
the dinosaur fossils that were sunk with her.


Paul H.
Received on Fri 03 Apr 2015 01:00:22 PM PDT

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