Speakers and topics:
January 17, 2013-- Dinosaur Century: 100 years of dinosaur discoveries in NM Dr. Spencer Lucas, Chief Scientist, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. One hundred years yields thousands of fossils. Come hear the pivotal part New Mexico has played in dinosaur paleontology over the last century!
March 21, 2013 -- Cretaceous Age Dinosaur Remains from Southwestern New Mexico
George Basabilvaso, Geologist, WIPP Site . A 75 million-year-old lake, a dead duckbill dinosaur on its shore, the swash of the waves---all gave us New Mexico’s only dinosaur mummy!
April 18, 2013 -- New Mexico Tyrannosaurs: New Mexico’s top predators at the end of the Age of Dinosaurs
Dr. Tom Williamson, Curator Paleontology, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. When tyrant lizards ruled the Land of Enchantment!
May 16, 2013 -- The First Dinosaurs and the Triassic World-A New Mexican perspective on Pangea
Dr. Andrew Heckert , Associate Professor, Appalachian State University. 200 million years ago all the continents were one. Find out how New Mexico’s first dinosaurs fit into the Triassic puzzle!
June 20, 2013 -- 100 years of Collecting Dinosaurs in the San Juan Basin: New Mexico Pentaceratops, Parasaurolophus, Tyrannosaurus-Rex
Dr. Robert Sullivan, Research Associate, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. New Mexico is home to some of the most famous dinosaurs of all time. Learn the history of the paleontologists that brought these great beasts to life.
July 18, 2013 -- The latest dinosaur discoveries in the Cretaceous of the San Juan Basin
Amanda Cantrell, Student Intern, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Great discoveries are still being made in New Mexico today, as told by one of its newest dinosaur collectors.