Looking for more information? Check out the links below.
Related Dino Lab pages:
Follow us on Facebook (@DinoLabUAlberta) for up-to-date information on closures and events: facebook.com/DinoLabUAlberta/
Virtual 360° Tour: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/virtual-tours/dino-lab.html
Article on volunteering: ualberta.ca/science/dinosaurs/dino-lab.html
Palaeontology at the University of Alberta:
Are you a student at UofA? Get involved in the palaeontological community through the University of Alberta Palaeontological Society (UofAPS)!
University pages and student information:
- Dinosaur Hub: ualberta.ca/science/dinosaurs/index.html
- Dinosaurs (University of Alberta): youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkLWuDKntM8tvuVCzo2CM6T6EeG7PwE6H
- For prospective students: ualberta.ca/science/dinosaurs/study-paleontology.html
- Course catalogue: catalogue.ualberta.ca/Course/Subject?subjectCode=PALEO
Eager to expand your dinosaur knowledge? Sign up for DINO 101, a free Massive Open Online Course available through Coursera. It’s open to anyone and can be taken for academic credit by those enrolled at UofA.
- About the course: ualberta.ca/admissions-programs/online-courses/dino101/index.html
- Take the course: coursera.org/course/dino101
Looking to expand your palaeontological knowledge? Check out the Paleontology Museum in the Earth Sciences Building!
- About collections and museums: ualberta.ca/earth-sciences/facilities/collections-and-museums/index.html
- Virtual 360° Tour: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/virtual-tours/paleontology-museum.html
University of Alberta Museums pages on University palaeontological collections:
- Laboratory for Vertebrate Palaeontology (UALVP; vertebrates): ualberta.ca/museums/museum-collections/vertebrate-paleontology
- Invertebrates: ualberta.ca/museums/museum-collections/invertebrate-paleontology-collection.html
- Palaeobotany: ualberta.ca/museums/museum-collections/paleobotanical-collection.html
Learn more about our research!
Learn more about Dr. Philip J. Currie and his lab members: grad.biology.ualberta.ca/currie/
Follow Dr. Corwin Sullivan’s lab on Twitter (@AncientAnatomy): twitter.com/ancientanatomy?lang=en
Learn more about Dr. Eva Koppelhus and her research: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/contact-us/faculty-directory/eva-koppelhus
Learn more about Dr. Michael Caldwell and his research: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/contact-us/faculty-directory/michael-caldwell. For a Q&A with Dr. Caldwell, click here.
Learn more about Dr. Alison Murray’s research and lab personnel: murrayfishlab.wordpress.com/
Other useful links:
The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is a world-renowned palaeontological museum in Drumheller, Alberta: tyrrellmuseum.com/. If you’ve found a fossil, see their page on fossil laws and what to do.
Also see the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, just outside Grande Prairie, Alberta, named after our own Dr. Currie: dinomuseum.ca/
Looking for a unique camping adventure? Check out Dinosaur Provincial Park, an internationally famous park for a chance to see dinosaur fossils in the field: albertaparks.ca/parks/south/dinosaur-pp/
The Canadian Society of Vertebrate Palaeontology (CSVP) is an organization for professional and student palaeontologists in Canada and interested members of the public: csvp.ca/
Vertebrate Anatomy Morphology Palaeontology (VAMP) is an open access, peer-reviewed scientific journal affiliated with CSVP: journals.library.ualberta.ca/vamp/index.php/VAMP
The Alberta Palaeontological Society (APS) is an organization for amateur and professional palaeontologists that connects members with the professional and academic community: https://www.albertapaleo.org/