Paleobiology & Geobiology Research Group

at Virginia Tech

Fieldwork

To investigate our hypotheses, members of the Paleobiology & Geobiology Research Group collect new data from previously known localities as well as newly discovered localities. Our localities range from near Virginia Tech to places all over the world, from close to civilization to many days from it.

Petrified wood: Petrified Forest National Park 2017
Petrified wood: Petrified Forest National Park 2017
The Triassic of Wyoming 2017
The Triassic of Wyoming 2017
A big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
A big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Finishing a big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Finishing a big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Alex Bradley collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Alex Bradley collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Collecting Triassic fossils in Wyoming 2017
Last day of fieldwork in Wyoming 2017
Last day of fieldwork in Wyoming 2017
Finished big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Finished big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
A big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
A big jacket at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Orphan Mesa, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Orphan Mesa, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Members of the vertebrate Paleobiology Group at VT (present and past) at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Members of the vertebrate Paleobiology Group at VT (present and past) at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 2017
Triassic badlands of Arizona 2017
Triassic badlands of Arizona 2017
Screen washing for small vertebrates from the Chinle Formation of Arizona 2017
Screen washing for small vertebrates from the Chinle Formation of Arizona 2017
Triassic badlands of Arizona 2017
Triassic badlands of Arizona 2017