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Dr. Steve Salisbury speaks on Australian Dinosaurs at the November DVPS Meeting
The Delaware Valley Paleontological Society
(In conjunction with the regular monthly meeting)
Presents: Dr. Steve Salisbury
Who will speak on:
"Inside Paleontology in the Outback Down Under: New discoveries of dinosaurs
and other vertebrates from the mid-Cretaceous Winton Formation of
central-western Queensland, Australia"
Steve Salisbury is a Lecturer in the School of Integrative Biology at The
University of Queensland, and the Rea Postdoctoral Fellow at the Carnegie
Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Steve studied biology and geology as an undergraduate at the University of
Sydney, receiving the Edgeworth David Award for Paleontology in 1993. He
then moved to the University of New South Wales, where he completed a 1st
Class Honours thesis on fossil crocodilians from Murgon, south-eastern
Queensland, under the supervision of Professor Mike Archer, Dean of Science
at the University of New South Wales. Subsequently, while still affiliated
with the University of New South Wales, Steve went to Germany and the UK to
complete a PhD on crocodilian locomotor evolution under Dr Eberhard 'Dino'
He returned to Australia in 2000 to pursue a life-long dream of searching
for Australian dinosaurs, a dream that was fulfilled in part during 2001
with his involvement in the discovery of Australia's largest dinosaur,
Elliot the sauropod, whose study forms a core component of his current
(Please pass this announcement on to whomever you think may be interested)
Date: Thursday, September 28, 2006
Time: 7:30 P.M.
Place: The Academy of Natural Sciences
In Philadelphia, 19th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
The Commons Room, 19th St. Entrance
(Free and open to the public. "Paleo-stuff" on display and for sale.)
Q&A and Discussion immediately following the talk
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