New data uploaded - Heron tracks in mud.
Just a quick post to say that I've added a new data set to the Neoichnology resources page. It's an interesting [to me at least] area of beach sand trampled by horses (I think 2-3, but didn't see the tracks being made), heading in two directions. I recorded it for two reasons: The first is... Continue Reading →
In 2014, colleagues and I published a photogrammetric reconstruction of the Paluxy River dinosaur ‘chase sequence,’ as generated from photographs taken before and during its excavation in 1940. (Blog post here). Photogrammetry has become pretty common now; commercial and open source programs are widely being used by all kinds of people, including palaeontologists, and there are... Continue Reading →
Digitization is no longer just a novelty – it is absolutely vital to good analysis and communication of data, and it’s so easy more people should be using it. Most people reading this blog will probably know what photogrammetry is, and it’s not my aim here to discuss the method per se. Suffice to say... Continue Reading →