The Earthquake Dinosaurs site includes a Principle Researcher who works with collaborators to conduct the research and share educational experiences.
Principal Researcher – Dr. Tim Fedak
Dr. Fedak is vertebrate palaeontologist currently focusing on the Triassic and Jurassic vertebrates of the Bay of Fundy area, with an interest in vertebrate taphonomy (how bones are preserved in the fossil record) and 3D scanning technology. Dr. Fedak is a Research Associate of the Nova Scotia Museum.
Research Based Principles
- Scientists leading this project are members of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, and all work done here is in accordance with SVP ethics and guidelines.
- Anyone conducting field research in Nova Scotia requires an a permit from Special Places Protection Office.
The Principal Researcher is grateful for previous financial support from:
- The Jurassic Foundation
- Nova Scotia Museum Research Grant Program
- Royal Geographic Society Research Grant Program
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