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My graduate research at the University of Saskatchewan is focused on understanding the depositional context of ceratopsian remains from southern Saskatchewan using trace fossils, sequence stratigraphy, and paleoecology. My undergraduate work focused on paleobiodiversity statistics from microvertebrate sites from southwest Saskatchewan. My other research interests include taphonomy, mass extinctions, and sedimentary geology.
May 2022 - present
Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum
- Paleontology Field Assistant
- I assist in paleontological field research in Alberta's Peace region, including prospecting for new fossil sites, excavating at the Pipestone Creek Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai bonebed, and perform public outreach at paleontology field sites. Additionally, I work in the preparation lab at the museum where I prepare, conserve and catalog specimens collected from the field.
April 2019 - August 2021
- I work at the T. rex Discovery Centre in Eastend, Saskatchewan. My responsibilities included facilitating guided tours and educational programs for the public and school groups. I conduct outreach for the museum at public events and volunteer in our paleontology lab for lab and fieldwork.
May 2018 - August 2018
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
- I assisted in the excavation and preparation of dinosaur fossil material near the Drumheller area of southern Alberta. I performed included mapping bonebeds, specimen identification, and educating the public with an in-gallery preparation table.
Crocodyliforms were a common component of the latest Cretaceous floodplain ecosystem in north-central United States and southwestern Canada. Borealosuchus and Brachychampsa are the best represented taxa, known from numerous specimens, some of which are complete. “Thoracosauridae”, a group of gavialoid-like crocodyliforms are extremely rare from thi...
The latest Mesozoic rocks of Chambery Coulee in southwest Saskatchewan have offered insight into the paleobiodiversity and paleoenvironment leading up to the end-Cretaceous (K-Pg) mass extinction event. The late Maastrichtian (Lancian) Frenchman Formation, coeval with the Hell Creek and Lance formations in the USA contain a mixture of fluvial-flood...