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 … Continue reading The Historical Photogrammetry Challenge – over to you!
This is kind of a duplicate of the previous post, but as the blog’s still early, I’m taking the opportunity to explore post options! The Hippo paper is now assigned volume and page numbers and officially can be found here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031018214002193 Unofficially, it can also be found here, and here. I promise this blog eventually won’t be just publicising my papers, honest! Still trying to work out a theme… Continue reading Hippo Paper out
Fossil Swimming Hippo Tracks This paper isn’t quite out yet, but it’s showing in google scholar, so I guess it’s worth putting up on my [non-promoted] blog. Matthew Bennett, at the University of Bournemouth led on this one, in which … Continue reading Fossil Swimming Hippo Tracks
This is probably my favorite video made by the press, describing the research my colleagues and I recently published in PLOS ONE. In 1941, Roland T. Bird excavated a large section of trackway, in which a large theropod and sauropod … Continue reading Historical Photogrammetry – Reconstruction of Bird’s Paluxy River Dinosaur Chase Sequence