Last week saw the publication of a new paper by me and my colleague Angela Horner concerning the production of traces by terrestrially locomoting lungfish. Lungfish, as their name suggests, are perfectly capable of breathing air. When the body of water … Continue reading Making footprints without feet
New data uploaded – Heron tracks in mud. Continue reading Heron Tracks added to site.
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 … Continue reading New data uploaded – Horse trampled beach
Those of you visiting the site may have noticed a new menu option up top there; ‘Resources’. This is where I’m going to organise and make available data. For now, I’m making a selection of modern tracks available that include mammals, birds, and invertebrates. Such as this Goose footprint and metatarsus impression: Dinosaur tracks will follow some time in the future, as evidenced by the menu option. However, I’m not just throwing these on my own site, oh no! I am uploading zip folders containing both photographs and my own 3D reconstructions made using either VisualSFM or Photoscan (depending … Continue reading Making 3D data/photographs available Part 1: Neoichnology