Palaeontologist

Some articles on palaeontologist, palaeontologists:

William Sutherland Dun
... Dun (1 July 1868 – 7 October 1934) was an Australian palaeontologist, geologist and president of the Royal Society of New South Wales ... geology and palaeontology with first-class honours and in 1893 was made assistant palaeontologist to the geological survey ... In 1899 he was appointed palaeontologist to the survey and in 1902 became lecturer in palaeontology to the university of Sydney ...
Plateosaur - Discovery and History
... Three years later German palaeontologist Hermann von Meyer designated them as the type specimen of a new genus, Plateosaurus ... longiceps, a species described by palaeontologist Otto Jaekel in 1914 but now considered a junior synonym of P. 1911 and 1932, excavations during six field seasons led by German palaeontologists Eberhard Fraas (1911–1912), Friedrich von Huene (1921–23), and finally ...
Peking Man - Discovery and Identification
... Swedish geologist Johan Gunnar Andersson and American palaeontologist Walter W ... to do is find him!" Excavation work was begun immediately by Andersson's assistant Austrian palaeontologist Otto Zdansky, who found what appeared to be a fossilised human molar ... Swedish palaeontologist Anders Birger Bohlin unearthed a tooth that fall, and Black placed it in a gold locket on his watch chain ...
Robert Etheridge, Junior
... Robert Etheridge (23 May 1847 – 4 January 1920) was a British palaeontologist who made important contributions to the Australian Museum ... in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, the only son of the palaeontologist, Robert Etheridge and his wife Martha, née Smith ... at the Royal School of Mines, London, under Thomas Huxley, and was trained as a palaeontologist by his father ...