Since today is #givingTuesday and the great rush of shopping seems to be done, why not give back to the science community? Canada Helps- Cumberland Geological Association funds the educational geology […]
Today I was wondering what I should write about. I realized that although I want to share the curious world of fossils with strangers, I hadn’t yet defined fossil ‘types’ for anyone […]
For my first fossil Friday I thought I would show off some of the plentiful fossils we can find in the Greater Toronto Area just by taking a closer look […]
Canadian Paleontological Conference, 2016 Thomas E. Bolton award winner Greer Stothers
I wanted to take a day to call attention to a paper published earlier this year in the Journal of Paleontology. This paper defines two new genera of Ediacaran small fronds […]
These photographs were taken on May 2nd 2015 in Southern Ontario over two locations. I was out with a professor, his friend (and colleague), and some other students checking out […]
Very first post. I decided to that it was time to put myself out there, like many others have done before. I had been tinkering with the notion for a while. I started with uploading a handful of my paleo and nature photos to Imgur and gauging reactions. The reactions were kind and amusing. I was surprised. The internet had been such a volatile place of late. I needed a distraction from the negativity and a place to focus on my professional goals and hopefully engage with or inspire some like-minded individuals.