The MSU students are back from China and this morning they filed the last story from their field study, covering discovery and analysis of dinosaur eggs, as well as learning about the geography, history and culture of the country. I hope you have enjoyed the series, and let's hope they do it again here next year.

If you want to bookmark or save the entire series, you can just save this post, as below are listed all of the posts:

MSU China Paleontology Expedition: Team Progress Update

MSU Dinosaurs: An Egg By Any Other Name…

MSU Dinosaurs: introducing the Hatching Window Team

MSU Dinosaurs: Using Taphonomy to Further Understand Clutch Arrangement

MSU Dinosaurs: deformations in eggs

MSU Dinosaurs: Team Strider – Eggshell Thickness Variance

MSU Dinosaurs: Tiantai and Fieldwork in the Rain

MSU Dinosaurs: finding eggs at the Graveyard Hills

MSU Dinosaurs: Down the Rabbit Hole We Go

MSU Dinosaurs: Coda: Beijing