A brief note on a publication

The latest edition of the open-access paleontology journal Palaeontologia Electronica was recently published, and I am happy to say that it contains my review of The Paleobiological Revolution. If you are interested in the history of science and how paleontology has changed during the past four decades, definitely check it out.

With any luck, I will be able to publish a few more contributions to the technical literature this year. I have one paper in press, another which is presently inching through the review process, a piece I just started writing up about an enormous example of Thoracosaurus neocesariensis, and there a few other ideas and projects I have planned over the next few months. Expect updates here as my research (hopefully) goes to press.

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