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Hey everyone, The Amateur Paleontologist here - Hope you all are having a great day Haven't been here on TFF in ages, there's been quite a bit going on... First year university studies, work, life in general, Covid-19... But I've really missed the Forum, so I'm glad to be back on. I've managed to carry on with my work on the fossils from the Danish Cretaceous chalk, and I'll be posting here some updates in the next few days. Really happy to be back here, and looking forward to chatting with you guys again
The Amateur Paleontologist posted a topic in General Fossil DiscussionHey TFF Hope you're all doing well Posting here to share some bit of good news in these strange times.. Since 2011-2012, I've been really passionate about paleontology - it's just so fascinating how we can piece together our past and the past of all life on Earth... Unfortunately, paleontology isn't exactly something taught in middle school and high school, so over the past few years I'd mostly been self-teaching this science (of course with the help of this great Forum ). But here's the thing: a while ago, I finished my end-of-high school exams, where I got rather good resul
Hi everyone, I know it is a bit soon to ask, but I was wondering; if I want to do my Ph. D on the Dromaeosauridae of Liaoning Province, China - where would be a better institution to do research and write my Ph. D? The University of Alberta (Canada) or the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (Beijing, China)? Thanks for any help, Christian