Category Archives: Prehistoric Forensics

Cold case #4. The Graveyard Shift

Read the latest cold case blog @ NCSU’s The Abstract. HERE

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Cretaceous Cold Cases #3: Duck(bill) Amuck

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Cretaceous Cold Cases #3: Duck(bill) Amuck

@ THE ABSTRACT

Taken from the blogpost:

This is the third post in a series called “Cretaceous Cold Cases” in which the science of taphonomy, or prehistoric forensics, is explained by fascinating cases from the files of Terry “Bucky” Gates, a research scientist with a joint appointment at NC State and theNorth Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

 

Cretaceous Cold Case #2, Part 1: It’s a Trap?

Cretaceous Cold Case #2, Part 1: It’s a Trap?

READ IT HERE: Cretaceous Cold Case #2, Part 1: It’s a Trap?

taken from the blog:

This is part one of the second post in a series called “Cretaceous Cold Cases” in which the science of taphonomy, or prehistoric forensics, is explained  using fascinating cases from the files of Terry “Bucky” Gates, a research scientist with a joint appointment at NC State and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Part 2 can be found here.

Follow Bucky’s new blog series: Cretaceous Cold Case

Follow Bucky’s new blog series: Cretaceous Cold Case

Cretaceous Cold Cases #1: A Case With Legs

taken from the blog:

“This is the first post in a series called “Cretaceous Cold Cases” in which the science of taphonomy, or prehistoric forensics, is explained and exemplified by fascinating cases from the files of Terry “Bucky” Gates, a research scientist with a joint appointment at NC State University and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.”