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Christopher Noto

Christopher Noto

Kenosha, WI

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

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Published on Sep 06, 2017

A croc by any other name...

We are pleased to announce the newest species named to the growing pantheon of AAS fossils: say hello to Deltasuchus motherali! This paper has been a long time in the making, and after a lot of eff...

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Published on Jul 08, 2016

Some big news

We are just over a week into our field work this season and things are going well. There will be an update about that coming shortly. But for now I wanted to let you know about some other great ne...

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Published on May 11, 2016

What will we accomplish with your support?

Here we are, the final day of the campaign. Thanks again to all the backers who have given so generously to support this critical work we are doing at the AAS. I thought it would be best for the gr...

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Not yet. That's a bit of a hike for me. Do you have any good pictures of it you could send me?
Aug 04, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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XRD, XRF, and stable carbon isotope analysis performed by the kind folks at SMU
May 11, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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We'll add it to the list. Thanks!
May 04, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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Everyone thank you so much for making this a successful campaign! Don't forget to check out the the Lab Note "What we've found so far..." which is only for backers like you! Get the scoop on current knowledge for all the AAS fossils. Thanks again!
May 03, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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It is very important to all of us here to keep the important work he started going.
May 03, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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Thanks John!
May 02, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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Thanks so much Lance! You are always welcome at the site if you find yourself in that neck of the woods.
Apr 11, 2016
The Arlington Archosaur Site: a unique Cretaceous ecosystem and urban fossil dig
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