On the FOSSIL Record
Episode 7: Common Misconceptions

Episode 7: Common Misconceptions

December 27, 2019

In Episode 7, Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax discuss some of the misconceptions they commonly run into as palaeontologists. 

There's also a t-shirt competition in this episode, stay tuned for details. 

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltdDeposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

Episode 6: Palaeontology and the Media

Episode 6: Palaeontology and the Media

November 24, 2019

In Episode 6, palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax discuss their impressions and experiences of the relationship between palaeontology and the media. 

For extra links and images, please check out the accompanying blog post.  

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltdDeposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

On the FOSSIL Record episode 5: Horseshoe Crabs and the Podcast Logo

On the FOSSIL Record episode 5: Horseshoe Crabs and the Podcast Logo

October 4, 2019

In episode 5, palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax discuss one of their favourite fossil groups - horseshoe crabs - and why one particular horseshoe crab was chosen to be the podcast logo. 

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltdDeposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

On the FOSSIL Record episode 4: Jurassic Park at 26

On the FOSSIL Record episode 4: Jurassic Park at 26

July 16, 2019

In episode 4, palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax decided to keep things light by talking about one of their favourite films - Jurassic Park - as it's the 26th anniversary of the film being released in UK cinemas. Prepare for some potentially controversial opinions...

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltdDeposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

Special Episode: The new dinosaur Hesperornithoides

Special Episode: The new dinosaur Hesperornithoides

July 10, 2019

In this special breaking news episode, palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax discuss the new theropod dinosaur Hesperornithoides miessleri, aka the Lori specimen, and Dean's involvement in the studyHesperornithoides is closely related to dinosaurs like Troodon and Velociraptor and has some interesting implications for the evolution of bird-flight. 

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltdDeposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

Image credit: Levi Shinkle, Wyoming Dinosaur Center. 

 

On the FOSSIL Record episode 3: Amber and Copal

On the FOSSIL Record episode 3: Amber and Copal

June 19, 2019

In episode 3, palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax discuss one of the most exceptional forms of fossil preservation, amber, and its sub-fossil form copal. 

For extra links and images, please check out the accompanying blog post.

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On the FOSSIL Record is sponsored by UKGE ltd, Deposits Magazine, and UKAFH.

On the FOSSIL Record episode 2: The Cambrian Explosion

On the FOSSIL Record episode 2: The Cambrian Explosion

May 19, 2019

Join palaeontologists Jason Sherburn and Dean Lomax as they attempt to discuss the important evolutionary event known as the Cambrian Explosion. 

The On the FOSSIL Record podcast is sponsored by UKGE, Deposits Magazine, and UKAFH

Image credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DickinsoniaCostata.jpg

On the FOSSIL Record episode 1 - Dean’s Protoichthyosaurus

On the FOSSIL Record episode 1 - Dean’s Protoichthyosaurus

February 18, 2019

In the first episode of On the FOSSIL Record, we keep things simple by talking about Dean's recently published (at the time of recording) study on Protoichthyosaurus. For a few extra links and pictures, check out our accompanying blog post here