Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sewing needle, colored pencils, clay help us measure thickness of dinosaur eggshells

Dinosaur eggshells are valuable indicators, both biologically and environmentally. For our research focus, we have decided to determine eggshell thickness in correlation to points on an eggshell and the implications that may result. Two principal problems that we encountered initially … Continue reading

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Dinosaur egg clutches not as simple as chicken eggs

Our group is looking at clutch patterns in dinosaur eggs at the Zhejiang Museum of Natural History. This data includes egg spacing, egg size, egg orientation within the clutch, and sedimentology within the eggs and the surrounding rock. Observation of … Continue reading

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