What is a “Well Preserved” footprint?

A somewhat belated blog post about my recent paper with Stephen Gatesy, published in JVP (If you don't have access, just drop me an email). It's one of the papers I'm most proud to have worked on, because I think it's a really interesting discussion about what we mean when we say a track is... Continue Reading →

A quick catch up on a couple of 2016 papers

I've been struggling to find the time to get blog posts out recently.  Luckily, I have a morning to do just that! Sauropod tracks First up, we have 'Digit-only sauropod pes trackways from China – evidence of swimming or a preservational phenomenon?' by Lida Xing and a number of colleagues including myself, published in Nature Scientific... Continue Reading →


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