Jan 12, 2011

I'm giving a talk at the Royal Tyrrell Museum!!!

If you have nothing else to do this Friday the 14th at 11am and find yourself in Drumheller Alberta, why don't you pop by the Royal Tyrrell Museum for my upcoming talk on New Zealand Palaeontology.

As I know for 99% of you this will be impossible, no worries. I just thought I'd put it on the record that I'm going to be an official part of the Tyrrell's speaker series.

My talk is a general overview of New Zealand paleontology, with a particular focus on what kiwi fossils do or do not tell us about the evolutionary influences of island isolation.

For the majority of you who won't be able to make it, I'm in the works of seeing if I can record my talk and post it here. I haven't had official word back yet. So I can't make any promises.


Glendon Mellow said...

I hope it gets recorded! That's excellent, Craig!

davidmaas said...

Please do try to post at least slides of your talk.

Albertonykus said...

I have yet to visit the Tyrell Museum. Must find a way.

Hope to see the video if it's allowed!

Dinorider d'Andoandor said...

just saw the video on youtube

awesone talk!