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MSU Dinosaurs: Coda: Beijing

By Daniel Barta The MSU students are back from China, where they explored the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students were exposed [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: Down the Rabbit Hole We Go

The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be exposed to the [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: finding eggs at the Graveyard Hills

By Hannah Wilson The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: Tiantai and Fieldwork in the Rain

By Ian Underwood The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: Team Strider – Eggshell Thickness Variance

By Ian Underwood and Paul Germano The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: Using Taphonomy to Further Understand Clutch Arrangement

by Christian Heck and Hannah Wilson The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: introducing the Hatching Window Team

The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be exposed to the [...]

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MSU Dinosaurs: An Egg By Any Other Name…

The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be exposed to the [...]

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MSU China Paleontology Expedition: Team Progress Update

The MSU students are back in China, where they explore the culture, look for fossils, and study dinosaur eggs in the laboratory. Selected college students from across Montana travel to the Zhejiang Province of China on a National Science Fund program from May 17 – June 19, 2012. The students will be exposed to the [...]

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How does one measure eggshell thickness in dinosaurs?

Editor’s Note: MSU China Paleontology Expedition is a project led by Frankie D. Jackson and David J. Varricchio, professors in the Department of Earth Sciences, Dinosaur Paleontology at Montana State University and Jin Xingsheng, paleontologist and Vice Director of the Zhejiang Natural History Museum in Hangzhou, China. This is the second year this program sent [...]

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