Green Tea and Velociraptors
Anything from recent discoveries in the field, to more conceptual articles relating to things that I think need thinking more about.
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This was initially posted at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=600 Conserving our world’s biodiversity is currently one of the biggest challenges we face. I wrote a post recently about some of the issues palaeontologists face when trying to make our science relative to current conservation … Continue reading →
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This was initially posted at: http://www.nature.com/spoton/2013/04/social-media-for-science-outreach-a-case-study-that-social-media-thang/ as part of a series of case studies exploring how academics use social media. Jon began university life as a geologist, following this with a treacherous leap into the life sciences with a course in biodiversity … Continue reading →
This was originally posted at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=581 Dinosaurs. What springs to mind when they’re mentioned? Colossal, towering sauropods? Packs of feisty feathered fiends? Or huge herds of hadrosaurs, chomping their way across the plains of long-lost worlds? Most, including myself, will automatically … Continue reading →
This is an updated post from one I published a while back on my old blog at: http://wp.me/p22pR3-2F - as I’ve developed as a scientist, I thought it would be good to share these thoughts in the emergence of new information and … Continue reading →
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