Christopher R. Noto, PhD

News and Updates

12/15/15
Our work at the Arlington Archosaur Site was recently featured in a local news report from NBC5 in Dallas. Watch the 3 min feature here.

9/20/15

Over the summer I had the opportunity to study and preserve rare theropod tracks found around Lake Grapevine near Dallas, Texas. More about the discovery can be found here and here.

11/15/14
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The description of new hadrosauroid material from the Arlington Archosaur Site in Texas has just been published in the book Hadrosaurs, by Indiana University Press.

2/16/14
Keep calm

We use dermestid beetles in my lab to skeletonize animals for study. See a timelapse video of them in action on my YouTube channel.

 

Older news items can be found in the Archives

 

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I am a vertebrate paleontologist working on the taphonomy, paleoecology, and functional morphology of Mesozoic vertebrates including dinosaurs, crocodilians, mammals, and birds.

I am the principal investigator at the Arlington Archosaur Site with a position of Research Affiliate in the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas.

Currently I am an assistant professor in Biological Sciences teaching human anatomy and physiology at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Contact:
Biological Sciences
UW Parkside
900 Wood Rd., PO Box 2000

Kenosha, WI 53141

Email: noto@uwp.edu

Curriculum Vitae

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