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Prof. Jennifer McElwain discusses how fossil plants can be used as proxies to past climates
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Dr. Melissa Grey explains why the Joggins Fossil Cliffs (Nova Scotia, Canada) are worthy of their UNESCO World Heritage status
We explore the history of palaeontological outreach with Dr Chris Manias, King's College London
The second episode in a special series around a fieldtrip to Arctic Canada
The first episode in a special series around a fieldtrip to Arctic Canada
Dr. Tiago Simões of the University of Alberta joins us in this episode to discuss his new Nature paper on the origin of squamates.
Joining us to paint a picture of the vertebrate faunas of Appalachia during the Mesozoic is Chase Brownstein, research associate at the Stamford Museum and Nature Centre.
Hot off the press, we discuss a new exceptionally-preserved specimen of Ichthyornis with Dr Daniel Field, University of Bath.
We explore the teeth of herbivores with Dr Aaron LeBlanc, University of Alberta
Dr Charlotte Brassey, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, joins us to discuss the penis bone.