Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Dinos of the Gobi Group Pix

Photo by Philip J. Currie thanks to the 10 sec. camera timer!

I'm now back in Ulaanbaatar having just finished up my stint with Phil & Eva as part of the Korean International Dinosaur Project. I'll have LOTS to post on this once I'm back in Cleveland next week including (if I can make it work) lots of QT video I shot on my pocket Nikon Coolpix -- watch for some great footage of a viper I took in one of the MANY Tarbosaurus quarries we worked.

For now, here is the group photo from August's "Dinosaurs of the Gobi" trip I was on last month.

And: hopefully the glitch that took the blog off-line for a while has now been fixed.

More soon!

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Various Gobi Pictures

The 'Singing Sands' at Hongryn Els.

Little critter tracks in the sand.

Sorting out the poached leftovers from the quarry that Nick found.

Packing up the small theropod feet from Nick's quarry in the Nemegt.

An oasis in the Gobi

Friday, September 01, 2006

The Nemegt Basin

Nick Longrich finds his first quarry in the Nemegt Fm.

One of the many poached Tarbosaurus skeletons in the Nemegt basin.

A Bighorn sheep skull in the Nemegt

Checking out some of the trackways in the Nemegt Fm.