Discovering dinosaurs in the field

I’ve already written a bit about the fieldtrip to Alberta from this Autumn that I led from Queen Mary with a team of colleagues and undergraduates where we had a great time and found some great stuff. My friend and colleague Rob Knell was with us as pseudo-official photographer and he also had video capacity with his cameras so took plenty of footage and has now edited this together to make a brief video to show off what we did. This has been put together in order to  promote the course and show future students what the trip is likely to involve, but it should be of general interest to those who have not seen Dinosaur Provincial Park firsthand and what a better idea about hunting dinosaurs.






3 Responses to “Discovering dinosaurs in the field”

  1. 1 Ellis Bowman 03/12/2014 at 5:19 am

    I think it is surprising that you can tell what kind of animal the tiny bits of teeth came from. This discovery is what I call “awesome”.

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