Recent work in Urban Geology

During the past several years I have been working on several urban geology projects around Nova Scotia. As a museum curator, my approach with urban geology has been to: Workshops & Urban GeoTours In October, I presented an “Urban Geology” workshop at the Atlantic Science Teachers Conference. Fifteen teachers from across the province shared their… Continue reading Recent work in Urban Geology

Updating the Quarry Map

It was in September 1997 that I first traveled to Nova Scotia to begin my study of dinosaur skeletons at Wasson Bluff. I then spent the next ten years collecting new specimens, and completed my PhD dissertation describing what is now recognized as a bone bed of sauropodomorph (long necked) dinosaurs. Now, twenty-five years later,… Continue reading Updating the Quarry Map