Here's your chance!
The UQ Vertebrate Palaeontology and Biomechanics Lab is looking for Honours and PhD students to participate in a three year ARC Discovery Project (2014–2016):
We are looking for motivated PhD and Honours students to help research the dinosaur tracks of the Broome Sandstone on the Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia. The Kimberley’s ‘dinosaur coast’ preserves what is arguably one the largest and most significant stretches of dinosaur track-sites in the world. Despite recent National Heritage listing, the majority of these tracksites are largely undocumented, such that their full scientific significance is poorly understood.
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