The UFOP Online Meetings talks return in October with Argentine paleontologist Rodolfo Aníbal Coria. He is probably best known for co-describing and naming the dinosaur giants Argentinosaurus and Giganotosaurus. Respectively, those South American dinosaurs may be the largest sauropod and theropod dinosaurs to live on the planet. He is a member of the Argentine Paleontological Association, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Paleontological Society and The Explorers Club. He is currently Associated Professor and Director of the Paleontology School at the Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro, and former President of the Argentine Paleontological Association.
October 14, 7:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time.
Check out videos of our earlier Online Meetings on the UFOP YouTube channel.
Watch for notices via the Utah Friends of Paleontology Facebook group, @utahpaleo on Twitter, or via email to members signed-up for updates.
Second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM MST
New Genera of Mosasaurs from the Western Interior Seaway and the Diversification of Mosasaurinae
Jurassic Park: Fantasy or Fiction (not recorded)
In the Land of Rainbows and Unicorns: Forensic Science of a 76.4 million-year-old Tyrannosaur Mass Mortality
New Ceratopsians from Southern Larmidia
A reevaluation of Nevada’s first frog (Eorubeta nevadensis); and the utility of fossils in paleogeographic reconstructions
A Frozen Bone Sandwich Inside of a Frozen Turkey: Spilling All the Tea on what Fossil Preparation of the Kikak Tegoseak Quarry from Alaska is Actually Like
A Tale of Two Fishes: Insights into the Feeding Structure of Xiphactinus audax and Megalops atlanticus
Styxosaurus and Other Late Cretaceous Elasmosaurs
Evolution of Temperate Vegetation in North America
To Run or to Climb: Archaeopteryx Claw Function and Ecology